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Lou's reply to Dr. Hsiung Dr. Bob

Posted by Lou Pilder on December 14, 2004, at 7:01:35

In reply to Re: Lou's request, posted by Dr. Bob on December 14, 2004, at 1:39:03

> > I am requesting that you write to me if I have equal treatment as the other poster in question and be free to write numerous posts that you say have the potential to put down those of other faiths and be asked to rephrase rather than be evicted from here. If I am granted that type of equal treatment, then I could feel welcome here as being an equal to the other posters here.
> I'm sorry if you feel I'm treating you unfairly. I've been thinking there's a difference between posting something directly and linking to it...
> Bob

Dr. Hsiung,
I your reply to me above, you write that[...I've been thinking there's a difference between posting something directly and linking to it...].
In the statements in question thatwere posted in the link such as,[...concerning the dwindling of the jews..And after they had slain the Messiah...] and, [...after they dwindled in unbelief they became a dark, and loathsome and filthy people, full of idleness and all manner of abominations...], the poster's post writes that those statements are the official ones of the church of the Latter Day Saints which is also referred to as the Mormon Church. Is this not a quote? And is it not in your FAQ that ,[ not...even if you are quoting someone else...]?
Lou Pilder




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