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|SUBJECT ||Re: [hangout] Sunny Boy
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Subject: Re: [hangout] Sunny Boy
From: Ruben Safir
To: Ron Guerin
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> Well, it's like this... you didn't know it, and no one else did either, but
> it seems that no one's minding the list right now, so you could've said
> whatever you wanted.
I figured as much because Pete usually snuffs out threads before Jay is
allowed to go on rambling and rambling. Never the less, I've restained
myself anyway because it's Jim's list and that how Jim wants to run it.
This wouldn't be the only time though, over the last few months, I've
been the focus of snarls from various peoples...
> If you restrained yourself, you have my
> thanks. But I've now put the sheriff's star on my shirt and if I have
> to intervene on that list, I'll make sure everyone involved feels my
You know, I don't hate the kid. It just ticks me off the way he goes
about handling his aggression.
19 is a hard age for many people.
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