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Posted by Rachel on October 29, 2000 at 07:03:42:

In Reply to: Re: Rice Rocket National Anthem posted by What you don't want to be reminded of,,, on October 28, 2000 at 19:16:28:

Recently I was working in comedy and we covered extensively what was offensive and derisive vs. what was funny.

Although everyone is different, they taught us that the major point is what is in your heart will show.

If you are not a racist or homophobe (whatever), if you say something "funny", it will generally be taken as funny, but if you say something derisive like that and you mean it, that will be clear, and not funny or appropriate.

But... this is a Message Board and not a comedy club, so it's much easier to misunderstand.

Then again, it is Netiquette to actually READ a Message Board for a while before you post, and if you do, you will see many posts from Robert (even below on this page a post from Robert mentioning the S2000s who are accompanying him to POC event in a week or so) about the many events he coordinates inviting all sorts of cars and people.

If anything, he is the single most inclusive and open leader and friend to car enthusiasts.

As far as the size of his winkie, although I have no personal knowlege, your fascination with his winkie and the size of the winkies of Porsche drivers in general speaks volumes...


yo, like... why guys with small, dinkie-winkies drive a Porsche-ee. Could the fact you purchased a Boxter "S" mean there's even more to the sad story...?

Word up! Don't dis, Foo!





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