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Re: Re: Re: a question about this saloon


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Posted by Clipper on February 29, 2004 at 17:48:15 from (68.118.176.144):

In Reply to: Re: Re: a question about this saloon posted by Ron,ar on February 29, 2004 at 17:24:38:


Ron's question:
My question is why is one set of ideas (the saloon) tolerated/encouraged on this site and religious hetoric/beliefs discouraged?

Ron...best I can do for you on that specific question is suggest you do a poll here with THAT specific question. Maybe the Saloon was acceptable because everybody there was in control of what was going on and what they were doing....with current day politics/religion it may seem that we the common folk have little or no control over the direction these issues are going in.


Clipper: who has now confused the heck out of himself.....I'll ping ya my snail-mail addy and pay fer shipping of a bottle of yer homade hooch when yer ready!


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