Sunday, October 19, 2008

Bob on Joe

1 comment:

  1. Bob makes an excellent point. Whenever the question of pseudonymity comes up, I'll just ask people to remember how the MainScream Media tore Joe a new one.

    If I'm ever able to bring up an issue that resonates with the public, I would have to expect someone to try to get me fired over it, or worse yet, strike out violently against me or my family.


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