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**First, that's a bit of a straw man. That poster is not the originator of the Squatty Potty thread. Your 3975 pulled post was a direct reply to a completely different person. So repeatedly posting that link has absolutely nothing to do with what you said in 3975**

Quite possibly you're right, Laura......but my post #3975 is now unavaiable for me to comment on. I'm sure your assessment is correct....but still.

Laura is completely accurate about the focus of your post 3975. But given the relevant thread and chronology, it's totally obvious. Absolutely no need for anyone to spell it out. This is such a disingenuous pretense, claiming to have no idea what you'd said in that post. It stirred up such a negative response, how could you forget. Or are there just so so many negative responses to you attacking people rather than discussing (pro or con) content that you can't keep 'em straight any longer?

**Secondly, being upset with one poster doesn't give you free rein to be vile & nasty with others.**
*Vile and Nasty*......if there was remaining evidence that I was being vile and nasty to *others*, I'd feel some sort of obligation to answer this accusation

Oh come on. The art of the disingenuous pretense again. You were accused of this at the time, and you did not hesitate to answer the accusations. But the only obligation you felt was to continue denying you'd said anything untoward and supporting your injured virtue.

And as for the supposed "tremendously appalling insult" leveled at your father by a poster you look down can you even take it seriously? If, that is, the insult was truly made. My recall is that at the time, the comment was something that you chose to interpret as implying that your father was a pedophile. And that I said to myself..."oh my goodness....there she goes again." Or perhaps it was to another one of your outrageous and unacceptable remarks. There are so many that I can't always keep 'em straight any longer.

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