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Re: Gardenweb web site

>     Bob the only one who "needs" the childish games is the person that goes
>to the extreme lengths to create the environment to control. The sad thing
>really is the mass of individuals that are happy with the situation and
>thrive in the midst of it all. Sadder still are those that defend such a
>situation and deem it a "good thing"

                                                    Jim Towle
 It may be all they know. Actually, dictatorships aren't so bad as long as it's the other guy/gal that gets the short end of the stick! :-) That's how it works, just close your eyes and hope it won't be you. Childish games like that are about "winning"-----You set the rules and then change them if somebody else looks like they might win.

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