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On 6/16/2010 2:34 PM, Dan Goldstein wrote:
> I disagree. People occasionally post humor on the list, but most of it
> allows for a variety of personal opinions and backgrounds. I can't
> remember the last time someone posted anything as inappropriate as this.
A humorous piece about a writing-based threaded discussion does not
belong on a list provided for writing-based threaded discussions? That
is very interesting... er, in my opinion.
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