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Of the 12 listed Gods of this place; only one has demonstrate the caprice, malevolence and shear demogodic gall to do it.

If I am wrong, I will wholeheartedly and sincerely apologise. But, as always, it willl take some form of proof, not just 'his-word-for-it', to convince me I am wrong.

That will undoubtably come acroos as a high degree of arogance, but when you are right most of the time -- as I tend to be -- when, for that minority of occasions when I am wrong, the accusation of such comes without proof, it is hard to acknowledge.

I seek not to have any say beyond one-man, one vote, in the running of this place, and have no aspirations for any position of authority; but I do challenge that the personal caprice of a single individual is suffice to render the opinons and preferences of all other monks, great and new completely inconsequential.

If you have an opnion, you have a right to a voice. Do not let it be suppressed by one, egotistical, manical, self-promotional old-git, who's only claim-to-fame is he found this place before you did.

Upvote this node, and exercise your perrogative.


In reply to Re^2: Plea for upvotes. by Buk
in thread Plea for upvotes. by Buk

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