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New Rule…

on February 13, 2012

…there are no rules!  no rules

I can understand everyone’s confusion in my attempt to run this  site like the other sites.  I also understood Meesh’s point of view about setting down some rules.  However, the problem with rules are that they are too confining and confusing.

Let’s try it this way:

As of today, I’d like to make this our hangout and replace Sinclair Watch back to it’s investigative mode.

I’d like to hear from everyone (if at all possible before I make this final.  🙂

Thanks for hangin’ in there guys.

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14 responses to “New Rule…

  1. tjtaygee says:

    Please don’t bring out the ruler 😦 As a male, I’m afraid of not measuing-“up”, so to speak…

  2. tjtaygee says:

    gah – no edit 😦

  3. democratista says:

    Sounds good to me. Can’t we just hang here and chat like at the Regulator, about Sinliar or whatever else we want to share?

  4. badpoet says:

    Fine with me, too.

  5. tjtaygee says:

    no, demo, that sounds too much like a rule.

    you can do whatever you want here, or not do whatever you want here.

    no. rules.

  6. LongTimeLurker says:

    Just watched Whitney’s funeral on MSNBC. It was boss. And it was sad. Really liked one of the points of the sermon – that the Bible is like a car owner’s manual for the operation of your life. It doesn’t tell you who to let into your car or where to go. It merely gives you general rules of operation that help to maximize life’s performance. I guess the same applies to other religious doctrine.

    It was a smart political move of Gov. Christie to be there and fly the Jersey flags at half mast, too. His presence at the funeral will definitely helps him with his African American constituents.

    And the whole thing – so live – so unrehearsed – was extremely revealing of what African Americans call “Soul”. Anybody there or who watched it on t.v. benefitted from it.

    Aretha should have been there no matter what her condition.

  7. kstreet607 says:

    Really liked one of the points of the sermon – that the Bible is like a car owner’s manual for the operation of your life. It doesn’t tell you who to let into your car or where to go. It merely gives you general rules of operation that help to maximize life’s performance. I guess the same applies to other religious doctrine.

    I like that analogy. I am one who always thought the Bible was a compilation of lessons in morality…allegorical so to speak.

    I am not one who takes the Bible literally, but I respect many of the books written there.

    Yet, the analogy you just cited comes closest to what I believe. So, cool.

  8. JackBlack says:

    Hello all. Just stopping in to say hey *waves*

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