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Re: Rouge Ducks or Phantom Meatballs
> I have noticed something very odd. Everytime the Groop gets quiet, 2 or 3
> persons (correct English) immediately ASSUME they've been kicked. Why? Is
> there precedent for this? It goes against common sense, and, one would think,
> that since these are often the same people (or different people, my point
> still applies) that they would have learned by now that the Groop has just
> gotten quiet. It's a heuristic thing. I'm not trying to insult anyone, or
> anything, but I really want to know why this is. I think people are doing
> this just for something to say. Like I am in this message. Yep, I was bored,
> and wanted to sound arrogant.
Unfortunately, there have been numerous instances where groop members
have become mysteriously "kicked" out of groo-l.
So when it so happens that a person, middle-ager/old-timer who's had the
experience of being "kicked" out or has heard of the occurence of such,
notices no emails from the groop after a days of large volume, they
assume they have been so "kicked".
You miss a lot of threads and the same old jokes.