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flogging the topic
there must be more engaging activities for freewheeling
civil libertarian types who have little more experience
in life than keeping the lawnmover of their mind
constantly roving over the little growths generated
by decaying gray matter...
bethatasitmay, there is ample evidence to show how,
as below, that beyond racism, classism, and other
phenomenon of social fact, people are often just
plain mean... possibly because they get some little
rush out of it. It is not the behavior of a great
person, though... but a person who sees themselves
as so low that they must try to find someone to
put beneath them... like the philosophy of the
militia groups, who, because they largely represent
the white underclass, must use what they claim
to be literal interpretation of biblical sources
to remain on the top of the heap by claiming
may i suggest going home and beating your wife
and/or kicking your dog as an alternate activity?
and to hell with social propriety, man, if that's
what you really need to do... or use Palmetta
and her five friends instead - would be more healthy
for everyone involved...
On Tue, 11 Jul 1995 RVY101@URIACC.URI.EDU wrote:
> There is a Roadkill bulletin board on Prodigy under the Harley topic
> under motorcycles. Participants are generally physically challenged
> in some way, perhaps from a motorcycle accident. I suppose this could
> also apply to mentally challenged victims of the welfare system.
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