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post #1347 of Old 12-16-2012
TakeFive
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Re: HMS Bounty in trouble...

I suspect that now that Bountydaughter is here and has identified herself, we may see a whole lot of people trying to roll back their prior statements, and issue "clarifications" on what they actually meant, and why words like "stupid," "foolish," etc. were not meant in the way they may have been interpreted.

Let's not forget that real people with feelings read these posts, and poorly informed, broad-brush attacks on the captain are hurtful. There are a lot of uncaring, poorly informed statements in the past 135 pages. I hope you all feel good about what you have written. I've issued numerous warnings about this, and taken a lot of flak for it.

Rick S., Swarthmore, PA
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