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One other question that I've not seen answered:
Will this "change over" erase the archived comments? Or will people still be able to see how it was in the "old days" before the GDP decided that negative or simply non-positive comments were frowned upon?
As much as I don't want to be "that guy" when it comes to conspiracy theories and all, this really does smack of a way to limit negative comments about the county, the schools, and the government. John Adams would be proud.
Well, Jan, DavidBrown, and others, for as much as I disagreed with you, I thoroughly enjoyed our discussions and debates. However, since much of my posting happens during breaks at work, and since my work does not allow any Facebook related activities online (and I don't have a "smartphone"), I guess this is the end of the road.
Happy Holidays and whatnot...
As stated elsewhere, I like commenting here and discussing/debating with other commentators. However, my work does not allow any Facebook related activities and I mostly comment from work while on break. This is a wonderful move, GDP. You've run off many of your most prolific comment writers, all so you could be like the Huffington Post. I hope this works out for you. I'm saddened that my voice will no longer be heard here.
So for people who like to peruse the GDP website at work on their breaks or at lunch, but a work firewall prevents Facebook access, the new GDP position is just "too bad, so sad," eh?
I wouldn't be against a European (mostly German) style of interstate where the further you are to the left, the fast you can go. The farthest outside lane is the slowest and the farthest inside lane is the fastest. But, given how many Americans vote, and given the pathetic state of our educations, I don't think many drivers here would grasp the concept.
That's right, get out and "punish your enemies" and "reward" those who stand with you. (paraphrased from Barack Obama)
45 miles per hour on Peachtree Industrial Blvd?!? Who thought that was a good idea? Oh yeah, county commissioners looking for more revenue. Speed limits often do nothing but bunch up traffic, making for worse accidents when one driver screws up.
Four Americans dead at Benghazi...the IRS targetting of conservative groups...the NSA listening to everything we say...that same NSA handing information down to local jurisdictions and then teaching them how to hide where the evidence came from...and what does Mr. Robinson write about? Abu-Ghraib.
Of course, all the ones I mentioned above are "fake scandals." At least, that's what MSNBC told me. Apparently Ambassador Stevens and the others were "fake murdered." Apparently the IRS "fake targetted" conservatives.
Good for Rick Emmett. Great guy. I hope this works well for him.
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