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Re: Re: Re: ??? ( Pitch)


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Posted by Pitch on October 04, 2004 at 16:49:43 from (66.218.13.155):

In Reply to: Re: Re: ??? ( Pitch) posted by Chad K on October 04, 2004 at 06:06:14:

Well I waited until she got home from school today and I had cooled off some and her Mother and I sat her down to talk. She admitted that she had no basis for her beliefs except for the talk from other kids (probably the same ones that badmouth the Amish neighbors). I assigned her a few extra chores and gave her a most hated lecture. Hopefully she will realize the error of her ways. They have to do community service for their civics credit so I strongly suggested to her that it would be good if she signed up for the county health clinic outreach, it does'nt start till November but it will put her into contact with a few of the late workers and some of the other less fortunate folks in the community.


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