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Hilary alllllll the way

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(NT) Political?
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Surely not ...

I'm SURE he was referring to someone like Hilary Duff since political posts are not allowed. A moderator would NEVER break that rule.

Also, note the spelling. I believe Ms Clinton spells it 'Hillary'.

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Yes...

also a narrow win in New Hampshire is far from "all the way." Maybe best to leave American politics to the Americans.

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(NT) It's about Hilary Duff!
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*BLUSH*........she may be a few decades younger than me

but anyone who looks like her and can put out an album as good as Metamorphosis is a BIG "10" in my books!


jonah "oh to be young again" jones

Happy

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That's OK!

I just bought a DVD of a movie starring a British actor geared toward those of my grandchildren's age (if they weren't not already grown). He is MANY decades younger than I am. Happy

Angeline
Speakeasy Moderator

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Edwards if flaky and half baked...

Edwards is flaky and half baked. But I don't mind, I still love those pies after 30 minutes in the oven. I bought one the last time I went to the store.

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ya' pleased to see me or.......

is that a lump of arrogance i see boosting your ego?

#leave American politics to the Americans#?????

sheesh!


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Arrogance?

Talk about the pot calling the kettle black!


Nice bait.

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yes, arrogance!

you live in a country whose president is possibly one of the most 'powerful' men in the Western world and you think that it's "only for americans" to discuss the politics of the way you choose him/her?...

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AND...WHERE is the President today?

In another country.

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Let me remind you...

1) We are NOT supposed to discuss politics here, yet you are admitting doing so, in spite of the silly "Hilary Duff" nonsense. YOU are a Moderator and should follow the rules.

2 As a Moderator it is not your role to cheer on a particular candidate in an election, especially one in a country that is not your own.You should at least try to maintain the illusion that SE is non-biased.

3)By your many actions over the months you have shown yourself to be extremely arrogant, and thus are in NO position to accuse anyone else.

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1) who exactly is admitting to what? is it my fault you don't like Ms Duff

2)as me i can cheer on whoever i wish in any election, and especially in the upcoming elections in the US (for the very reason i stated above)

last, but not least:
3)#By your many actions over the months you have shown yourself to be extremely arrogant, and thus are in NO position to accuse anyone else#

*deleted* so i'll just say, "set your own house in order, then lecture me about what a Mod should/should not do"

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Over the top.......

Sir Edmund....Thanks for the memories.

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