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No, Please Don't Kick Them ... Feets Is Fo' Dancin'!

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Posted by M.W.Pearson on November 20, 2002 17:36:56 UTC

If you kick someone in cyberspace it is metaphorical and that is okay. Gosh, I just
realized it might appear I said to kick Bruce
but I meant that metaphorically.

J. Ray wrote:
"And if and when I get to the Other Side, and Someone sits in Judgement of Me, I'll be submitting My own evaluation of "Them", whatever "Them" means. I just hope I can get My foot high enough to kick His Nuts right out His A-hole."

I think,J . Ray, that your level of discourse is high enough that your best strategy will be to remain polite and friendly with those on the "Other Side." I am sure you will
be able to convince them of the merits of your
position, given enough time and exchanges of ideas. There will be plenty of time !

By the way, have you seen that Adam Sandler movie where he is a son of the Devil and his Mom is an angel in Heaven? Just ask at the movie store.
Adam Sandler can be very annoying but this is
almost a "must see" movie for free-thinkers with
a penchant for entertainment.
See ya

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