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Re: dirty jokes on the open

  • Subject: Re: dirty jokes on the open
  • From: "Sam" <samk52@earthlink.net>
  • Date: Sat, 7 Jul 2001 16:09:35 -0400

There's a lot of difference when there are children involved.  I'm sure you
want your children stumbling on to these, if you have any.
Sam I Am

> Everyone,
>     What is the difference between what that gal from Illinois sent to
> list in the not too distant past; Re: gays in the boy scouts, all of the
> political crap that was sent to the open last fall and the dirty jokes????
> Last fall there were weeks of political-only discussions on the open. Many
> chimed in and said that there were no rules and that you could post
> you wanted. (that is how I understood the replies). Now, all-of-a-sudden,
> there are rules?????
>     It seems to me some off-topic stuff is alright (regardless of the
> topic), but some is not. There needs to be some consistency. Either all or
> none. What is it going to be????????
> Bob????
> (I expect Bob to have some snide comment since I don't regularly
> to the open. That should not make any - ANY - difference. Whether you
> contribute daily or tend to lurk - all should be treated equally. We are
> here to learn about HOSTAS, after all).
> Mike Derksen
> Bloomington, MN. USA
> USDA Zone 4a; Sunset Zone 43
> greenthumb@att.net
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