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Subj: The point of the original post was not quite what you thought it meant...
Posted: Sun Apr 08, 2007 at 01:17:59 pm EDT
Reply Subj: So, did you wave as the point of the original post went zooming past?
Posted: Sat Apr 07, 2007 at 10:30:36 am EDT
> > And the Anti-Reg side did nothing wrong.
> Maybe it's just me, but the original post looked like a conversation about the laundry list of things done wrong by "law-abiding" side and not a solicitation for yet another "who's right and who's wrong" thread.
Yeah a laundry list of what the side that poster didnt "like" did wrong. This poster has more then once made it clear which SIDE he liked better.
Were his words biased? Yes.
Did his personal dislike's come thgrough? Yes.
Did he also make a post about all the laws the anti-reg side broke? No.
It was clearly another attempt to bash the pro-reg side of things...just look at how many posts showed up declaring the pro-regs side as evil...and so the poster got what he wanted...another shot fired at the pro-reg side...just not as blatant as most posts.
> But that's just how I read it, and I've been wrong countless times before and certain to continue the trend.
Just look a reply or 2 down...pro-reg is EVIL...thats all we want to talk about...and any pro-reggers just see there side as doing no wrong. Which if anythign is the complete opposite.
Those who are pro-reg tend to be like me and say both sides did some serious bad stuff....BOTH. But I go with pro-reg because at least I agree with their goals.
The anti-reg side constantly point at the bad things pro-reggers did but ignore what their side did or claim it is "justified".
Both sides have come out of this smelling like poop.
Marvel should probably NEVER have let things get to this point.
But it's done...and those who dont like things are as usual the loudest...sales will determine if they made a good move or not.
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