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Re: my original post to Phoenix

Frances C wrote:
> It doesn't sound so unforgivably hostile to me.  One should be able to
> say what one thinks, otherwise of what use is a robin?  Why in the
> world would anyone want to subject  himself/herself to this sort of
> domination?  Perhaps, Gerry, if you were properly
> humble you would be allowed to stay.
> Frances

I'm visualizing Gerry groveling to Carolyn..."lemme stay, oh, great
wielder of the Robin axe...I ain't done nuthin' but ask a question".  
  Carolyn's reply (visualize her with a Grim Reaper's scythe, and
similar clothing) "NO! You have proven you have the ability to think for
yourself. You have shown a tendency toward loving your right to free
speech. You must be axed."
  Of course, in reality, I know Gerry doesn't want to be there if it
means censoring her thoughts. :)

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