For God's sake, Judy get some rest.  This has been an active day for you.  Too 
active, I think.  Make a pot of chamomile and pick up that book you've been 
meaning to read. You'll get through this, and tomorrow is another day, and you 
can start off fresh.   

 I'll try hard not to antagonize you by offering a difference of opinion.

 Easy does it dear.
 ---In, <authfriend@...> wrote :

 Stevie-poo and anon_alias/yogi_dude/etc. are welcome to keep on being uncivil 
and insulting and telling lies. 

 I'm bowing out of the nasty little hell they've created for themselves. Hope 
they continue to enjoy it, but I'm no longer going to participate. There are 
decent human beings here to talk to.



 ---In, <authfriend@...> wrote :

 No, you're lying. Steve told three lies in a row. (Not the first time, 



 ---In, <> wrote :

 Steve didn't lie - you owe him an apology.

---In, <authfriend@...> wrote :

 I tell the truth (and expose liars). Beyond that, I don't worry about "grace." 

 ---In, <> wrote :

 You have no grace in a debate, win or lose. 

 You could have at least acknowledged that the Sri Sri gets down and his hands 
and knees to perform the Sun Salutation. You could have read the article where 
Time Magazine blames Bill Clinton for the Great Recession. 

 You could do a lot of things, but you are very ungraceful in a debate. 

 And, that's the truth.

---In, <authfriend@...> wrote :

 Wrong. Why do you keep lying about this? And BTW, as you know, I never said a 
word one way or the other about Clinton and bank deregulation. That was another 
one of your lies.

 ---In, <> wrote :

 Nope. You lied about the steps in the Sun Salutation and I told the truth.

---In, <authfriend@...> wrote :

 Nope, you've got it backwards. I told the truth; you did not. (You rarely do.)
 ---In, <> wrote :

 The truth is subjective, but you lost out on both counts, but not with grace.

---In, <authfriend@...> wrote :

 For some strange reason, anon_alias/yogi_dude/etc. will not tell the truth if 
he can possibly help it. 

 ---In, <> wrote :

 For some strange reason, she will never admit that she is wrong about 
something, whether it's the steps in the Sun Salutation or that Bill Clinton 
signed into law bank deregulation. Go figure.
---In, <steve.sundur@...> wrote :

 I enjoyed Charlie Sheen's rants immensely.  Sure some of it was sexist, but I 
eschew so much political correctness that I found much of it refreshing, so no 
apologies there. 

 Winning with grace is where it's at, and unfortunately, Judy, you lose out on 
both counts.  (-:


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