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Eh, whatever. When I bump into something you wrote, I tend to turn off my brain, avoid reading and overreact.
You shouldn't just expect that everything you say is monitored and will be used against you.
There is a big difference between what you say - verbally or in private writing - and what you write in public. He wrote this in a public place, he had no reason to expect that it would be withheld from his employer if they were to come looking for it.
The opinions of the media are irrelevant and "the other guy did it too!" is no excuse.
I'm not saying it's an excuse for the behavior. I'm only asking why the punishment is different based on the consonant after the person's name. The law did not change in the interim period; yet we are making a huge deal out of the current example after having quickly brushed the previous one under the rug.
So no trial, just execution of punishment? No thought into if the emails were actually stored or not, just punishment because you dont agree with her politics?
That has been the standard approach of the GOP towards all democrats for some time now. Look at all the conspiracy nuts out there who are certain that Obama deserves immediate forceful removal from the white house sans trial over
Much like 'lie' means... I don't even know what, when related to Pudge.
It appears that "lie", when he says it, merely means "something I don't agree with". It jives well with his philosophy of himself being The One Source of True Knowledge.
Then they released Green Day. Really? Forget them. I don't want Green Day, I want Dire Straits.
They also released Metallica. Really? No, I don't want Metallica, I want Joe Satriani.
There were other specific titles where they screwed up by focusing on bands that sold out or were overrated as well, but those were two of the most egregious examples.