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Real Name: Mike Piper

PostPosted: Thu Nov 10, 2016 9:35 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Well I guess the screed above just goes to show that one doesn't have to have a very strong grasp of grammar or syntax to be in the antique business. (In fairness, the original posting, that is the object of so much ire, ain't exactly Pulitzer material either.) Nor do you have to possess even the semblance of a thick skin, apparently.

Perhaps somebody needs to examine the nature of the word "Public" when used in the contexts of "PUBLIC SITE" and "public forum". Wasn't the original sublimity of the internet based on the possibility that now anybody could say anything without censorship or restriction?

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