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posted by RightWingExtremist

In reply to: Cyberbullying 101 »

November 15, 2012

Just let me make one thing clear. I came here last year with no intention to make enemies. In some instances as is the case with SNOOPY, the enemies made themselves. I am impressed that this person would have the guts to apologize for what he did.

@SNOOPY:

Don't take this the wrong way, but I always take apologies with a grain of salt. I will accept your apology, however. It has never been in my nature as a Christian to harbor grudges, the Bible tells me that I am supposed to forgive infinitely. I hope you hit the world with a new perspective on life. Such as that life is not confined to the boundaries of an internet forum. And one should not feel compelled to attack someone so viciously because of a political disagreement, calling people while impersonating someone else is a crime. Mailing someone a harassing letter is harassment. You got away with both. So, now that you've had your wake up call, fare thee well. Life isn't worth it.

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