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t4styf3tus

[This message was deleted for inappropriate language. No racist, sexist or homophobic language in my comments, people. Seriously. Here are the rules.]

Josh.

Right. You're defeating the American right to free speech here. Someone writes their opinions down and you feel it's your duty to use profanity and insult them? I don't particularly agree with the points made in the content you cited, but no less, why is it so necessary to personally insult the author of the aforementioned content? Please, get your hate off the internet. Stating your opinion about the author's view is one thing. To assault the author with names is another.

tony

comment deleted for pointlessness and stupidity. Come on, people, can't any of you muster an argument?

feminist

I think i want to sniff your undies, explore your bedroom. Even fondle with your breasts while your asleep.

claire

fondle "with" my breasts while my what is asleep? jesus, you people can't argue, you can't construct a grammatical sentence, you can't even spell. no wonder you're relegated to breaking into buildings and hoping you don't get caught at it.

rob

comment deleted because of name calling. i think this guy is the one i'm criticizing in the post, but i can't be bothered to go look his website up. sigh.

claire

well, no one has anything interesting to say about this post so i'm closing down comments. just a hint, all you white boys who think breaking and entering is cool: if all you have to say to someone who is criticizing you is "fuck you" and other, similarly articulate, abuse, then you're essentially *admitting* that you're the one whose back is against the wall, ethically speaking, and you need to look to yourself.

please don't submit comments about this post on other posts or I will post your IP addresses.

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