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(NT) (NT) Perhaps also disappointed. :-)
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disappointed ,

that she may feel like a used Kleenex, tossed aside by the Liberals once she's been USED

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Or maybe, just maybe.....

....the photo was taken before the book signing was scheduled to begin and they just hadn't let anyone into the tent yet?

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Wouldn't she then look excited,

anticipating the humungous adoring crowds?

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The AP ...

... et.al. would have been too quick to "correct" this if they had. Not too many showed up for her protest either. Maybe now she can get the help she needs.

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what a frickin' joke

yeah mediaconglomerates are liberal.you dont believe that yourself evei.

deimos still roflhao

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Deimos can laugh all he wants ...

... if you can't see liberal media bias enabling the destruction of Sheehan, I can't help you.

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(NT) (NT) what a joke you are
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Hold on, D.S. !!!

You complained that Tony's post offended you because of it's language.

Yet you feel free to use "frickin", so your use of it shows you are no stranger to a lexicon of substitutes for words that offend you.

Though you imply that street words have no place in your life, you show by the "you are a joke" that using words to be insulting to others passes your muster.

Tony gave a warning re: his link as to language. He did not post profanity. You say it violated the TOS of CNet. FYI, insults (and your was unprovoked) are a violation of the TOS.

I could have deleted your post, but opted to let it stand in order to provide clarification for you.

Angeline
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So that's the only problem with this post?

Looks like a personal attack to me.

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It is, but you should be proud...

considering the source of the attack.

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Forgive me for...

... using "insulting" rather than "attacking".

So that makes my post lacking due to my choice of words.

So I apologize for having made the error in judgment.

Angeline
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take a pill

you and cindy could get a group discount at drs

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dont you have

vicodin stocked up?

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i wish as my constant back pain

is a killer

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you can fool some of the

people some times
seems people are waking up to what it is in realityHappy

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I'm surprised they didn't

have some of the press pose as sympathizers for better photo ops.

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(NT) (NT) Or bus in "professionals"
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It could be that the new

laws that were put into place specifically to discourage huge gatherings that were there previously are working.

Dan

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(NT) (NT) Change the venue to have better results
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(NT) (NT) disneyland?
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(NT) (NT) lol you should attend and support her

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