The Family (Or most of them)

The Family (Or most of them)
The Family

June 14, 2010

It's our own Tianenman Square

Earlier today, I tried accessing a friend's Facebook site. Not blog. A note came on the screen saying my reqest for that site was going through some kind of filter. I never could access that site.

Isn't this becoming just a LITTLE bit like what happened in Tianenman Square in China?

Bring it on.

You will just hasten the dissappearance of so many. Must not be making enough money.

10 comments:

  1. Yes, it certainly seems odd at best, arbitrary or downright dictatorial.I've seen some pretty raunchy pics on magazines in public bookstores.

    But there is always good news in Blogworld, too. You're back on form! ;-)

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  2. Dinah: One thing Blogger CAN'T take away is the BRILLIANT friends I've met on here, including you, girl!

    They're taking a perfectly good and established method of communicating ideas and annihilating it. They is GOOGLE.

    And that almost rhymes with CRUEL.

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  3. it's all so strange, isn't it? but what's so insane to me is that we're not the droids they're looking for, sugar! xoxoxo

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  4. Savannah: In the Strange but True category...they can't just arbitrarily rip away a form of enjoyment gor us. It's like a commitment. They have to keep their end of the bargain. We didn't sign anything and neiter did they saying they'd do whatever to maintain things the way they were, but neither did we sign on saying they could or would bugger off whenever they felt like it. It's like a marriage.

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  5. Anonymous3:49 PM

    Ah yes, but we know how a lot of marriages end . . .
    Ellisabeth

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  6. Yes, they do, Lis. largely because of young and wrong choices. But it is OK to make wrong choices early in life. You can fix mistaked later. And there are ALWAYS mistakes.

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  7. If they think that censorship will ensure silence, they are greatly mistaken! Nothing fires people up more than an entity trying to take away their right to speak freely! Censorship has led to revolutions and the birth of new nations!

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  8. ErosWings: Ha! Hear, hear! But for the people who own it, who seem to have little conscience, it's more about countng their nickels and dimes and pennies...

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  9. Who knew Google would be Big Brother II?

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  10. Pamela...hope Washington -- if you're still in the geat northwest -- is treating you right. Thanks for your words and support in this Orwellian age.

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