--- In FairfieldLife@yahoogroups.com, "authfriend" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> Laughing at someone is always an attack,
> virtually by definition.  As I've noted
> several times, however, that doesn't mean
> that the person laughed at *feels* attacked.
> You're conflating the perspective of the
> attacker with the perspective of the target
> of the attack.  It's entirely possible to
> recognize that someone has attacked you
> without feeling victimized by the attack,
> you see.

I love it.  Judy wants to play the victim and
claim that she is one while at the same time
claiming that she doesn't feel like a victim.

It's really difficult NOT to laugh at her...  :-)

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