RE: Wade's last week's phrase of the day...

From: Lawrence DeBivort (
Date: Mon Nov 19 2001 - 13:37:20 GMT

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    > I think this is a clever con - take a nice middle class kid (raised for
    > years 'on the farm') and dump it in a room full of drugs booze and eager
    > members of the opposite sex for a bit and I bet 85% (the return rate)
    > turns out to be the chance they'll get badly burned by the experience of
    > 'freedom'. "Gee take me back to the simple (if slightly dull) life that
    > I understand and am not afraid of, so I can rationalise my avoidance of
    > *that* scary nightmare that wasn't half as much fun close up"...

    Chris, I'm afraid the programme you watched was long on fantasy and short on
    facts. Where in the world did you see this???


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