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Posted by Michael W. Pearson on June 7, 2002 05:19:55 UTC

Neat MIM

David Carradine was later in a movie
Trouble in Mind, and seems kinda different message
so anyway, the beauty of a TV script is that it actually works out the way the writers want.

In real life, I have observed persons taking offense at someone's bland facial expression
when that person was just hoping they would not be singled out for further abuse. I cannot say it was in the heart of the victim that attracted the abuse.
Yeah, MIM...I don't see you doing it, but you do not seem to have a big ego about attending some big name school or something. Some folks are more spoiled brats than others...they take more offense than others when their illusions about their greatness of mind are exposed by
a little honest work and no ill will.

I wouldn't mind having been shown up more often. I caught a few of my own mistakes in logic but it would seem more conceited to correct them than to let it be I guess...since nobody indicated they read much anyway. I'm supposed to be working on correspondence with someone else who's real neat to talk with...
Good wishes from

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