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Posted by Leesa on July 4, 2003 20:45:38 UTC

You started it. I'm not letting you finish it. What do you want Mike? An apology from me for actually treating Richard with THE SAME RESPECT HE TREATS ME WITH?

Your right. Oh you're so right! I'm so sorry I actually conversed with your hated rival. In pleasant terms no less. How DARE I! Obviously, it was a direct attack on YOU (even though you were never mentioned) and we both are conspiring against you just because we have nothing better to do. I mean, you'd have to be a complete moron not to get THAT!

Does the phrase:"Get over yourself" mean anything to you Mike? Honestly, nobody cares. Go ahead. Bring up every statement I've ever made against you in an attempt to rally the forum against me. See what happens.

Boy, you're a piece work. Just TRY to act like I've slung more sludge at you than you have at me.

A worm? You don't even know what that means, do you? You never went and found out. Alright, allow me to explain. A "worm" in Pink-Floydian terms, is a person who can't stand someone else acting differently than the norm. In the end of The Wall cd, the song called The Trial, the worms accuse the main character of "showing feeling. Showing feeling of an almost human nature. This will not do." They try him and in the end, they convict him. They tear down the wall and they leave him "banging his head on some other bugger's wall". I think you fit the description of "worm" quite perfectly. You cannot accept anything outside of your box.

But nice try though.


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