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Date Posted: 17:27:40 14/04/07 Sat
Author: Loved one's death: not casual imo
Subject: I'm not making a joke of them and I did not intend to sound like I was. How can you not be appalled at this question, asked in such a casual "hey guys" manner, the same way you'd ask about a feis or a new wig style. If I knew the person, especially very well, it would be very upsetting to read. I have personal experience with this, relating to a death in my family several years ago...
In reply to: !!!!!! 's message, "I think that is very unfair. This person was only asking a question. Who gives you the right to make a joke of them??..." on 16:51:24 14/04/07 Sat

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