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  • Julie

    Great words & wisdom!

    Hope you follow up with a blog on how to trace the IP address on a mean comment w/ phony address… 😉

  • Frank Viola

    Vienna . . . yes indeed! Thx. :-)

  • zilch

    Thanks, Frank. But seriously- this kind of stuff, or the atheistic equivalent, is ubiquitous. Even though we atheists are right and you theists are wrong, at least we should treat one another nicely.

    Drop me a line if you’re ever in Vienna, and lunch is on me.

    cheers, zilch

  • Frank Viola

    Glad the post was of help to you. That’s what we’re here for. 😉

  • zilch

    Thanks for the great tips, Frank- they’ll work just fine for atheists too! I can’t wait to try them out!

  • rvs

    #8 made me laugh out loud, and it reminded me of the scene in Pulp Fiction where Travolta admits that he is thinking about what to say next, not listening carefully to the person, during the conversation.