You should reconsider. News groups are a public, unmoderated raw feed
of peoples views. It allows people to vent, ask questions - even the
ones no one wants asked. Right start kaos of input. Many people pent
up their emotions, but here, let it rip.
Part of why some can't deal with it is that you will hear others
contrarian views. Part of what makes it good. And intollerance to free
speach does not work here. Politically correct sheeples really should
not enter, or at least know their views are not shared. Ditto
contrarians and whatever.
Me, I use it as therapy to blow steam right back at where it came from,
GM....and the corruption behind it. My views don't have to be yours,
rationalize a response better than Kike Hunter and we will enjoy the
verbal joust. Or if it isn't your cup of tea, skip over...
Have we become such a herd of sheeples we can't view others opinions
with acceptance yet still disagree.... my have we socially deteriorated
as a species. Is our animal rat instinct my way or you I don't want to
hear you, just exterminate you...
Mike Hunter certainly has this problem. Doesn't even own a GM, not sure
if he ever did.
Mike Hunter, your turn: (pet rat)
I have in the past owned dozers of most every one of the domestics as well
as dozens of German and Jap imports. Currently my preference has been for
FMC vehicles, because they cost me thousands of dollars less to buy and
hundreds of dollars less to maintain, than the Lexus' is was buying
Tom, I have only read only some of your posts in this NG, since I am fairly
new to this NG. However, some of what you posted, I did find good reading!
Please, don't go! I have found that, after many, many years of reading NG's,
if the good ones go, then the NG starts to fail, the trolls take over,
eventually killing it. I have seen many good NG's die, and would hate to see
another one go dead. I'm not saying that you, alone, are keeping this NG
alive, but you do help. If you must go, then so be it, but remember that you
will be missed.
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