Re: Beatles and Rules
Aug 17, 1996 04:39 PM
by Dr. A.M.Bain
In message <960817223907_72723.2375_FHP32-1@CompuServe.COM>, "Ann E.
Bermingham" <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes
>Chuck the Heretic:
>>It is very hard to practice tolerance when one is getting violently ill, but
>>the concept is not without merit.
>>On the other hand, when one has the opportunity to annoy people, one should
>Ah, yes. It makes perfect logic. One can annoy people at every opportunity and
>then they can can enjoy the pleasure of breaking the rules, lose their tolerance
>and violently punch out your lights. : - )
>-Ann E. Bermingham
Good job you aren't at an LCC meeting - that's *your* promotion gone up
in flames ... (well it would be if they respected women in the church).
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