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fulurum The future of Mudcat. What do YOU think? (81* d) RE: The future of Mudcat. What do YOU think? 12 Jan 00


i think mudcat will be aound for a long time. I was listening to a psychologist on a television show one night and she made the interesting statement that the family who doesn't fight is really the dysfunctional family. I come from a family of six kids,and i learned early on in life that we weren't, nor wanted to be all the same.The world wasn't going to be centered around me. Mom and dad never really got involved in our disagreements, nor did they allow them to get to out of control. Eventually we all learned what the words opinion and compromise meant. Now that we are older, (in our 30s and 40's) we still argue from time to time, but we know when to stop before it goes to far. We live in a country full of people who have left other countries because of some kind of oppression. They now enjoy freedom of speech, and the freedom to go on mudcat to express thier opinions, and most, not all, of the people here know that they have the obligation of decency if they are going to express thier opinion here or anywhere else for that matter. As long as we keep the decent side of ourselves showing in the b.s. section, and more importantly , the music side of this in full swing, mudcat should survive as long as we do. Well thats my opinion. Sorry its so long winded. And you konw what they say, We put the fun in dysFUNctional. PEACE

fulrum


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