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machiner
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0 posted 09-21-2004 11:19 PM       View Profile for machiner   Email machiner   Edit/Delete Message      Find Poems   Click to visit machiner's Home Page   View IP for machiner

Hi all -- I haven't posted a poem here in about a year -- don't feel poetic.  I was looking over some old cd-roms I had saved and came across a conversation between myself and PKH ( I have replaced his name with his initials). I was pretty mad at people calling for WAR -- calling for killing and more death - so I announced myself on this forum with a vivid description of "death by .45" I'd seen it. I know what death looks like.

PKH could see that I was talking about far more than that and we had a conversation for a while.

I think this is a good forum to post our string. I still feel the same - would probably even choose the exact same words as I did in 10/01.

It's a long read, not sure if I ever saved the whole thread -- If anyone cares I'll look on some other cd's...I may have the whole thing.

Happy evolution, machiner

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