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I can’t imagine why anyone would downvote that, @4Jah2me—I really can’t. I mean, there is hardly anything that is controversial.

For that matter, it is beyond me why anyone would downvote anything. 

When I make a comment that takes a shot at some villain (as this one does not) it is understood that he is not going to like it.

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33 minutes ago, TrueTomHarley said:

I can’t imagine why anyone would downvote that, @4Jah2me—I really can’t. I mean, there is hardly anything that is controversial.

For that matter, it is beyond me why anyone would downvote anything. 

When I make a comment that takes a shot at some villain (as this one does not) it is understood that he is not going to like it.

Just for the pure stupid length of it all My Harley.  I only read half. It has no real benefit to any of us. 

It's just like reading a kids bedtime story when we need real important spiritual FACTS. 

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