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    #31

    Re: moral damage?

    Your just jealous.

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    #32

    Re: moral damage?

    Quote Originally Posted by curmudgeon View Post
    Your just jealous.

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    #33

    Re: moral damage?

    I may add, although you probably guessed, I have absolutely no allegiance to the monarchy.

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    #34

    Re: moral damage?

    Quote Originally Posted by curmudgeon View Post
    I may add, although you probably guessed, I have absolutely no allegiance to the monarchy.
    Of course. That's why I teased you with it.

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    #35

    Re: moral damage?

    As William Wallace would say...'Freedom!!'

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    #36

    Re: moral damage?

    Quote Originally Posted by curmudgeon View Post
    As William Wallace would say...'Freedom!!'
    With or without woad and a kilt?

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    #37

    Re: moral damage?

    You would have to ask Mel Gibson, but the kilt does allow a degree of freedom.


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    #38

    Re: moral damage?

    yes, Avalon, maybe I should have chosen another example, but I'm sure that even in the USA freedom of expression is acceptable as far as you do not hurt your fellow man.

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