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Category: Developing World
6 comments6 Feb 2004 @ 11:25 by jmarc : thanks for the article bruce
...and please don't even think of "moving your discussions and observations to some other network where you might find more kindred spirits, who would be more inclined to support you for fulfilling communications". In fact, i'd say a need for a doubling of your efforts here is indicated by such above remarks,no?
6 Feb 2004 @ 11:38 by Bruce Kodish @184.108.40.206 : Istvan's disinvitation
Istvan is not in any position to enforce his disinvitation, as far as I know.
If he doesn't like what he reads on my blog, then he can make his comments (as long as they remain somewhat civil, I won't delete them).
Or he can choose not to read my stuff.
What is necessary for civilization to advance is a question that is up for grabs.
Thanks for your encouragement, Joseph.
6 Feb 2004 @ 12:05 by jazzolog : Nin Is The Turning Point
Please reply with scriptural context.
6 Feb 2004 @ 15:39 by istvan : Frankly i am not dis-appointed, nor appo
inted, and thanks for all your advice which I heed by not participating in the forseeable future.
6 Feb 2004 @ 18:16 by scotty : Crikey !
If any more comments dissapear from this thread then it'll have to have a minus instead of a number !!!!
Who's stealing the comments ?????????????
6 Feb 2004 @ 18:57 by Bruce @220.127.116.11 : Don't Look At Me
I didn't do it.
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