Share, "everyone"?  Why do you always appropriate and assign your own 
assumptions to "everyone?"  It removes you from accountability for yourself and 
also is highly dismissive of "everyone" else.  Are you trying to say *you* feel 
good today?  Claim it, own it.  

---In, <> wrote:

 but Judy, to me turq sounded quite happy. Anyway, I'm glad everyone is feeling 
good today. Happy Thanksgiving, if you're Canadian. Happy Victory Day if you're 
Hindu (-:

 On Sunday, October 13, 2013 11:24 AM, "authfriend@..." <authfriend@...> wrote:
   No, no, Share. That's "too" in addition to Barry, who was confused about who 
said what to whom, and who thought his comment about the pope was a real 
 Share wrote:
 > Too?! Oh, ok, Judy, sorry to hear you're feeling poorly this morning. I guess
 > that's why you did that bit of Inadvertent Irony about butting in.
 Actually it was Richard who made the comment about butting in. He wasn't 
feeling that great either when he wrote it, because the conversation in 
question wasn't between him and you, it was between Seraphita and you.
 Probably be a really good idea for you and Barry both to go back to bed (not 
necessarily together) and get some more sleep.
 On Sunday, October 13, 2013 9:46 AM, "authfriend@..." <authfriend@...> wrote: 
   Wow, Share is feeling pretty poorly this morning too.
 Share wrote:
 > Richard to Judy on Oct 2:Does every message posted to this discussion group 
 > have to turn
 > into an argument with you? Are you the new FFL moderator? > > Is it alright 
 > with you Judy, if I have a one minute conversation with Share - just one 
 > minute- 
 > without you butting in to start another fight. 
 Barry wrote: (snip) > Ahem. >  > Barry has not mentioned or interacted with 
either > of these bitches in quite some time, certainly not > during the last 
week. Thus this attempt to "get" > him and revive their long-held grudges 
against him > is completely gratuitous and out of the blue. 

 Hey, doofus, nobody was talking to you. End of story.







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