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    M Richardson - You told robertvandeusen to remove his phone number from his post (which he did) but you quoted his original post with the number still in there.


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    I am totally gonna prank call that dude now. Thanks for point that out Mets.
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    I would have to say my parents and wrestling:

    Mother died when i was 16 from cancer but she taught me how to be a good person and throughout her fight with cancer she was always up beat and wouldn't let it get her down. She lost the fight but she taught me never to give up and make the most out of what you got.

    My father is a person who never gave up on me and pushed me to be the best in what ever i wanted to do. He came from a poor family and put himself through college and law school. I could go on and on.

    Wrestling: gave me purpose, discipline, and the determination to fight!! My coaches were great.

    This is a topic that I could go on and on about

  4. #22

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    Quote Originally Posted by MetsFan View Post
    M Richardson - You told robertvandeusen to remove his phone number from his post (which he did) but you quoted his original post with the number still in there.
    Uh, Duh!

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    Quote Originally Posted by robertvandeusen View Post
    I have two brothers I have never met named Kurt and Kris VanDeusen. They may not even know I exist.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RYou View Post
    Like most works of fiction, it takes real situations then makes assumptions, professes slanted conclusions and morphs them into purported reality. Rod Serling was the master, Moore is a wannbe.

    http://www.davekopel.org/terror/59Deceits.pdf
    So, when you were watching his films, where did you see him use these techniques. Again, I'm an honest man and not a relative of Moore's, so I'd love to know where he is inaccurate.
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