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From: "Gary .Wanegar"
Date: November 15, 2014 at 10:09:03 AM PST
What I got in return was banned from the site, prior to being banned I received comment from one rabid woman who had gone so far as to research me on the Internet and made public mockery of me for a life threatening accident I suffered years ago. It really seems to me that because I am a Minority in Marin I am singled out for my beliefs and my voice should not be heard. In my opinion those that make the rules here feel diversity is great,as long as it doesn't differ from their beliefs!
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