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Date Posted: 13:26:55 05/22/07 Tue
Author: Cycling Newbee
Subject: Re: Where do DPF user go when site is down ?
In reply to: AG2AIR 's message, "Re: Where do DPF user go when site is down ?" on 13:19:42 05/22/07 Tue

>>>If you want balanced views of the Landis case and the
>>>site is down, where do you go... not TBV methinks ?
>>Well, why don't you go to the hearing itself, get it
>>straight from the horse's mouth and come up with your
>>own conclusions? See, nobody else's views will really
>>be "balanced." Everybody has their own preconceived
>>notions at this point wouldn't you say?
>Perhaps you are right, but we can't all fit into the
>room and what I meant is hearing opinions from either
>side-- the balance coming from one pro-Innocent view
>saying a pro Landis comment, then the a rebuttal from
>an pro-guilty standpoint said by another... out of
>these comments, if they do not get too childish and
>extreme, there are points made for either side with
>merit-- it is entertaining, insightful and educative.
>Also, you know, this whole message board debating is
>an interesting case study in beliefs and how you
>protect them. I find that fascinating.

Ah, so you are saying you actually enjoy the debate and banter and that this is what you are looking for, which of course you would not get on tbv. I see what you are saying. Hearing both side's perspectives and thoughts can certainly help us draw our own conclusions. At the very least, it definitely provides some good entertainment. :p

Btw, I was suggesting you pull the hearing up to view on line . . . not travel to attend in person. :o)

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