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post #11 of Old 11-08-2012
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Re: The Emotions Over The Bounty Tragedy

Originally Posted by wingNwing View Post
And here we are again. In my opinion this got nasty because certain SailNetters seem to have a vested interest in PROVING to the rest of us, again and again ad nauseum, their opinion of 100% fault and blame.
Goodness, Wing. I find this entirely unfair. I'm not trying to prove anything to you, nor did I assign 100% fault and blame. The context of what happened is necessary to explain the emotional question from the OP.

A vested interest? How could you say that?

Since this is a discussion about the emotion of this event, is there not more confrontation (capitals letters) in your reply?

Let's just be friends. I don't get why we can't all express our opinion on the subject without being ridiculed.

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