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There you go, Martha, a change just for you. Pic of my daughter "helping" me pick strawberries.
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Re: Are the political threads more hostile?
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That's sweet. Thanks.
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There you go, Martha, a change just for you. Pic of my daughter "helping" me pick strawberries.
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Is it just me or have the political threads suddenly become a lot more hostile? There were plenty of angry rants in past months but the past few days have seemed a bit out of control. Hopefully it is just a little post election catharsis. I value the exchange of ideas and can usually weed through the dick-head stuff to get at the gems but lately...
I don't read the threads on politics but decided to express myself. With all the spitting forums available to rehash over and over and over to exhaustion the attack points and name calling of the elections it seems a pity that this site is going the way of the trashy political sites. But, of course, as long as the titles are indicative of the content, I can just not open them.
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