GUNS: Misrepresentation of Previous Messages (was Re: The recent election)

From: Joe Dees (
Date: Fri Feb 23 2001 - 17:29:53 MST

('binary' encoding is not supported, stored as-is) >Date: Fri, 23 Feb 2001 13:13:35 -0500
>From: Harvey Newstrom <>
>At 6:44am -0800 2/23/01, Brian D Williams wrote:
>>From: "Joe Dees" <>
>>>And George W. would have demanded the guns his father bought, and
>>>then not shown up for the duel, and insisted that he had (kinda
>>>like the national guard). And we all know who's snort snot would
>>>be found on the barrels.
>>I'm going to call the lists attention to this post.
>>If all hell breaks loose again, remember who started it.
>>As for Mr dees <PLONK>
>You said you wanted to call attention to this post, so you got it.
>In reviewing the actual posting from Joe Dees, I find that you have
>misrepresented the history. Mike Lorrey actually introduced the
>topic of guns. Joe Dees was responding to Mike's earlier message.
>Joe's original message made it abundantly clear that he was
>responding to a previous post. He quoted Mike Lorrey's words and
>then gave his response. When you wanted to draw attention to Joe's
>post, you quoted it out of context. You edited out Mike's earlier
>words, left only Joe's words, and then claimed that Joe started it.
>This simply did not happen the way you presented it. Your editing of
>the previous post left out critical details that would have
>contradicted your claim. Both your claim and your edited quotation
>misrepresent the true sequence of events. Please be more careful in
>the future.
As I said before, these dogma zombies in thrall to their master memes will say and do anything to serve their ruling doctrines. This just further proves it. I forgot to metion, though that if the two dueled, George W would've gotten his cousin the town crier to call the duel for him before a shot had been fired, and then his brother Jeb would've shot Al Gore from behind a palm tree.

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