I've noticed threads do take on a life of their own. It's interesting how much about myself I've posted for anyone to see. I'm kind of a private person and don't normally talk about myself, but everyone here (aside from one or two) is very cool and it feels like I'm talking to old friends.<br><br>And there goes the thread in another different direction<br><br>The thread killer
I agree completely--it's easy to say something about yourself on here. At the same time, there are limits here, good limits. I made the mistake last night of going over to a board that I used to visit regularly, but left because it was so contentious, and found an thread that was just too personal--in fact, just plain disgusting. Thank the lord we don't fall into that here (or in the other places I visit regularly, TMO, MC, EM).<br><br><br><br>Great wits are sure to madness near allied.--John Dryden, "Absalom and Achitophel"
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Slip ups (before they get to print) are our biggest entertainment building ads. One ad rep wrote "burritos - hot in the ase" If it wasn't for the e. Still it looked like the a word enough to be funny. We laughed about that one.<br><br>ra_here's to the crazy ones <br>because they change things
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