Message - Re: Has Society In General Become Anti-social?

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Posted by  Rog the Dodge on April 05, 2003 at 08:55:23:

In Reply to:  Re: Has Society In General Become Anti-social? posted by Barry in NJ on April 05, 2003 at 07:58:01:

Welcome to the good ole US of Paranoia.

That you can begin a string on the question of whether society in general is anti-social and end up with a diatribe against anyone who's not like you, that is, exactly like you, and who is, by consequence and your definition, a terrorist and be unaware of the complete lack of self-criticism, never mind logic, inherent in your position, beggars belief.

Just what is this exclusive society that you're after? It seems that it must bolster and reflect your every opinion. If it comes down it, it's attitudes like yours that are the prime cause of anti-social behaviour at the personal, local and national level.

I think the answer to your original question is that Barry in NJ, in particular, has become, or maybe always was, anti-social. Wise up.

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