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  •  Re: Popcorn should be banned (none)
    If you haven't already done so, why not admonish him for his breach of etiquette?  I would think that would do the trick.  It seems a lot more powerful when such criticism comes from you rather than from Mike S or anyone else.

    "If we don't get Iraq right in time," fretted one National Security Council official, "we could lose the election."

    by jg on Thu Nov 27, 2003 at 11:19:18 PM PST

    •  Re: Popcorn should be banned (none)
      It's really hard to imagine this is a breach of ettiquite. He's posting diary topics that fish for negative comments, then re-posting those comments on Kerry's blog (and possibly others) with the intent of inflaming anti-kos sentiment by kerry blogsters.

      There was a spurt of this activity on the dean blog with edwards a while back. It's a relatively sophisticated way of breaking up discussion, and it's unlikely that it's accidental.

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      by Outlandish Josh on Fri Nov 28, 2003 at 04:32:38 AM PST

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      •  Re: Popcorn should be banned (none)
        In terms of breach of etiquette I was thinking of only the behavior I observed yesterday of posting basically the same diary entry again and again.

        "If we don't get Iraq right in time," fretted one National Security Council official, "we could lose the election."

        by jg on Fri Nov 28, 2003 at 05:03:59 AM PST

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