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Re: Snowflakes and a melting community

Posted by SLS on November 1, 2013, at 11:52:30

In reply to Re: Snowflakes and a melting community Dinah, posted by Partlycloudy on November 1, 2013, at 9:48:56

> No, I read it as Scott making a definitive statement.

PartlyCloudy, you have the freedom of mind to read anything you choose in any way you choose - even when the author states that your interpretation of his words contradicts his intended meaning.

PC wants to make a case of some sort.

Hey, PC... just exactly what is the case are you trying to make? Perhaps I will agree with it.

Me? I am trying to make the case that you are wrong in your interpretation of my words. They were meant to be affirming of your feelings that you sensed a lack of safety on Psycho-Babble. Ironic, isn't it?

* This is how it happened. There really wasn't much to it.

The following is a condensed version, but required excisions:

Condensed version:



but, go ahead. Believe you are different, and special. It's a grand illusion.



How do you define the word "special". I really don't understand your usage of this word.



Special means we don't need to be treated differently. We are genetically the same just about, to all the other people on this earth. It means that I gain nothing to be thought of as special, or to think of myself as special. I am a human.



You are in an interesting place.



I think I need to feel part of something. The human race is a start. A support circle of like minded women (IRL) is another. This place used to be a place I felt safe. Now I am ready to bolt. But I think, unless provoked, I will just go quiet.



You sound very angry. I'm sorry that you feel Psycho-Babble is no longer a safe place to be. You are probably right.



Gee, thanks for the vote of confidence.
You know where you can put it, I think.
Good bye!


Some see things as they are and ask why.
I dream of things that never were and ask why not.

- George Bernard Shaw




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