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  1. #1
    Justin
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    Since Larry thinks I need to grow up for answering questions, stop
    provoking people, etc., I thought I'd look to him to set an example.
    Here's what I found:My slant on this R/Justin/Phillipe/Everyone/Anyone/No
    One Discussion... A) O/SirisB) JustinC) PhillipeD) EveryoneE) AnyoneF) No
    oneG) Other (Choose one, or more, of the above) A) isB) isn'tC) might beD)
    might not beE) other (Choose one, or more, of the above) A) rightB) wrongC)
    other(Choose one, or more, of the above)A) some of the time.B) none of the
    time.C) all of the time.D) other.(Choose one, or more, of the above)LarryAND
    Jeez, Phillipe, with the maturity that you present in this newsgroup,one
    figures that you're about 12 years old.AND Nice if you're 10, but,
    otherwise, not very impressive.LarryAND >I posted this once, but you
    apparently didn't read it, so I have to post it>again:>Immature, boorish,
    perhaps bigoted people were making fun of Phillipe's name.>Phillipe
    responded just as millions of American immigrants and their descendants>have
    done for generations: He came up with an Americanized name that
    people>would find more difficult to make fun of.>Changing one's name--and
    thereby giving up one's identity, in a certain>psychological sense--is
    painful but sometimes necessary in the face of others'>immaturity,
    stupidity, and bigotry. Both my parents had to change theirs.



    You need to get your facts straight, before posting.

    LarryANDwest wrote:
    >
    > A veteran firefighter has been arrested after being caught
    > more than 20 times on videotape inside a Staten Island restaurant, helping
    > himself to a late night snack of expensive food and wine -- in the buff.


    Who gives a ****!

    LarryANDHoly ****! Talk about a run-on sentence! LarryANDHoly
    ****!LarryANDHoly ****!Larry(different post)James Nipper wrote:
    >
    > It has been well-established here and elsewhere that rebate schemes are
    > inherently scams. They may work a certain percentage of the time, even a
    > majority of the time, but there is no logical justification for them
    > whatsoever.
    >
    > Rational thinking can lead to one and only one conclusion:
    >
    > If a seller wishes to sell you his product for a lower or a discounted
    > price, he will give you that price at the point of sale. Offering

    to
    > give you a better price "at a later time, just not now honey" is a
    > scam, and is not made in good faith. This truism holds true even if
    > rebates work for "most" of the time.
    >
    > A scam is a scam is a scam.


    Rational thinking can lead to one and only one conclusion:

    You're an idiot, James.

    Say goodnight, Gracie.

    LarryANDCentral wrote:
    >
    > <snip>
    >
    > Any comments are welcomed.


    You're an idiot.

    LarryMy conclusion: Larry thinks everyone is named Gracie and he has a man
    crush on Phillipe. Now, is that mature enough for ya, Lar?





    See More: Some great examples of mature posts by Lawrence Glasser




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    Rod
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    Re: Some great examples of mature posts by Lawrence Glasser

    *PLONK* (sp?) heh
    less crap to wade through.

    Justin wrote:
    > Since Larry thinks I need to grow up for answering questions, stop
    > provoking people, etc., I thought I'd look to him to set an example.
    > Here's what I found:My slant on this
    > R/Justin/Phillipe/Everyone/Anyone/No One Discussion... A) O/SirisB)
    > JustinC) PhillipeD) EveryoneE) AnyoneF) No oneG) Other (Choose one,
    > or more, of the above) A) isB) isn'tC) might beD) might not beE)
    > other (Choose one, or more, of the above) A) rightB) wrongC)
    > other(Choose one, or more, of the above)A) some of the time.B) none
    > of the time.C) all of the time.D) other.(Choose one, or more, of the
    > above)LarryAND Jeez, Phillipe, with the maturity that you present in
    > this newsgroup,one figures that you're about 12 years old.AND Nice if
    > you're 10, but, otherwise, not very impressive.LarryAND >I posted
    > this once, but you apparently didn't read it, so I have to post
    > it>again:>Immature, boorish, perhaps bigoted people were making fun
    > of Phillipe's name.>Phillipe responded just as millions of American
    > immigrants and their descendants>have done for generations: He came
    > up with an Americanized name that people>would find more difficult to
    > make fun of.>Changing one's name--and thereby giving up one's
    > identity, in a certain>psychological sense--is painful but sometimes
    > necessary in the face of others'>immaturity, stupidity, and bigotry.
    > Both my parents had to change theirs.
    >
    >
    >
    > You need to get your facts straight, before posting.
    >
    > LarryANDwest wrote:
    >>
    >> A veteran firefighter has been arrested after being caught
    >> more than 20 times on videotape inside a Staten Island restaurant,
    >> helping himself to a late night snack of expensive food and wine --
    >> in the buff.

    >
    > Who gives a ****!
    >
    > LarryANDHoly ****! Talk about a run-on sentence! LarryANDHoly
    > ****!LarryANDHoly ****!Larry(different post)James Nipper wrote:
    >>
    >> It has been well-established here and elsewhere that rebate schemes
    >> are inherently scams. They may work a certain percentage of the
    >> time, even a majority of the time, but there is no logical
    >> justification for them whatsoever.
    >>
    >> Rational thinking can lead to one and only one conclusion:
    >>
    >> If a seller wishes to sell you his product for a lower or a
    >> discounted price, he will give you that price at the point of
    >> sale. Offering to give you a better price "at a later time,
    >> just not now honey" is a scam, and is not made in good faith.
    >> This truism holds true even if rebates work for "most" of the
    >> time.
    >>
    >> A scam is a scam is a scam.

    >
    > Rational thinking can lead to one and only one conclusion:
    >
    > You're an idiot, James.
    >
    > Say goodnight, Gracie.
    >
    > LarryANDCentral wrote:
    >>
    >> <snip>
    >>
    >> Any comments are welcomed.

    >
    > You're an idiot.
    >
    > LarryMy conclusion: Larry thinks everyone is named Gracie and he has
    > a man crush on Phillipe. Now, is that mature enough for ya, Lar?






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