From: Mossingen <>
Subject: Re: BillB is right
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From: "Mossingen" <>
Subject: Re: BillB is right
Date: Thu, 8 Mar 2018 15:18:49 -0600
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"BillB"  wrote in message

On Thursday, March 8, 2018 at 8:36:01 AM UTC-8, Mossingen wrote:

> Going off half-cocked with outrage without knowing all the facts?  He sure
> did.

>I'm sure you can give plenty of examples of that ever happening.

How about when paul posts a link to a video of a black guy advocating 
violence against white people, says that it's racist, you don’t actually 
bother to watch the video, yet you sure are outraged that someone might 
suggest that a black person in South Africa can say things that are racist. 
Does that count as an example?