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A stunning experience

February 9, 2013

I had a stunning experience....

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TempeAz

Mar-04-13 11:21 AM

I have to admire the editor's wicked sense of humor. He publishes these letters to make the morons on the right look stupider than they already do.At first I thought it was because he was equally moronic, but now I know he's giving them enough rope to hang themselves.

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TempeAz

Mar-04-13 10:52 AM

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bryan48

Feb-09-13 7:51 PM

Which grad class was I sleeping through when I missed such an educated and insightful discussion on communism?

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rick424

Feb-09-13 4:09 PM

51% of the population is women. Is Bobbie trying to tell us something?? The letter writer is a woman.

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Bufftrev1

Feb-09-13 1:26 PM

Do you think the author of this letter knows Ida Temple? I'm betting yes..

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LaughIn

Feb-09-13 1:21 PM

Stephanie, sounds more like a phone call for a home invasion skeemer. Yes, some people set themselves up for trouble; hook, line and sinker.

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CHayes

Feb-09-13 11:45 AM

Hey boobie, I wonder if that super secret database contains the name of Andrew Breitbart's assassin, because we all know how bizarre it is for an overweight, 40 something rage junkie, who's systolic pressure probably lived permanently north of 200, to drop dead.

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CHayes

Feb-09-13 11:36 AM

“The President has put in place an organization with the kind of database that no one has ever seen before in life,” Representative Maxine Waters told Roland Martin on Monday..."

How horrifying little boobie! A private campaign database, that probably contains shockingly private information like what issues interest particular voters, when's the best time to call, and how much time/money people donated to the Presidents campaign.

Maybe the Romney campaign could have preserved info like this, had their entire GOTV.package that was designed by idiots, and for idiots, not completely collapsed on election day.

You're toast in 2016. You're toast.in 2020. And after that, the demographic shifts happening in our country will ensure you're toast in general. All's list, your only option is suicide. I'd recommend hanging, as if you use a gun, it will just be coopted to build support for the Great Confiscation of 2013.

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Billtown101

Feb-09-13 11:13 AM

There are people who believe the email from the Crown Prince of Bugabuga, Nigeria has an offer they can't refuse; and there are probably an equal number of pathological liars who tell tales, just to get attention... which one is the letter writer?

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Class144

Feb-09-13 10:40 AM

"I had a stunning experience. One day I got a phone call from a physician's office demanding to know how many people are in my home and what the income is!" - Stephanie Crayton

Steph, don’t worry. Your physician was just updating his Hippocratic Oath. The part that says: "I will prescribe regimens for the good of my patients according to my ability and my judgment and never do harm to anyone."

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spike2

Feb-09-13 10:10 AM

Has anyone else ever received a phone call from a Dr. asking for this type of info? Has anyone ever had their Dr. directly ask your household income? Answering these questions on the telephone is just stupid.Your Doc will give you forms at your appt. If a Doc needs updated info, you will be provided forms at your appointment. This person is ridiculous or very stupid. If you got an e-mail asking for personal info, would you respond?

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MrShaman

Feb-09-13 9:30 AM

"Simple, Stephanie - don't answer the phone and talk to people you don't know. It's like when we were little and warned of not talking to strangers." - CaveFelem

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You're assuming (of course) that Stephanie isn't "little", presently.

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MrShaman

Feb-09-13 9:22 AM

"I had a stunning experience. One day I got a phone call from a physician's office demanding to know how many people are in my home and what the income is!" - Stephanie Crayton

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...And, you believed that, huh...that you were (actually) getting a call from a physician's office????

My guess is...you were "Teabagged"; i.e. hoaxed, for political-purposes. I'm also guessing the caller KNEW you were desperately-waiting for that "button" to be "pushed"; that you were (very-willingly) "vulnerable" to such a call.

I'm ALSO guessing (and, think it's MORE likely) that such an event never took place. You can hear such call-in fantasies, on Porky Limbaugh's comedy-show, all the time!!

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JerryfromRI

Feb-09-13 8:47 AM

Is there any proof Obama is NOT a time traveler? Where is Glenn Beck, he'll jump all over this one.

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gavinf56

Feb-09-13 7:52 AM

JMHO, but I would hope that Ms. Crayton would fail the background check when trying to purchase a rifle or hand gun.

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CaveFelem

Feb-09-13 7:52 AM

Simple, Stephanie - don't answer the phone and talk to people you don't know. It's like when we were little and warned of not talking to strangers.

If you don't have caller ID, go to a thrift store and buy an answering machine, and wait for whoever calls to start speaking before you pick up.

This way, you won't be tricked into answering personal questions by telemarketers or scammers.

As for the time traveling, you've been watching too much Dr. Who.

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CHayes

Feb-09-13 7:25 AM

Time traveling now is it? Just when you think the attacks can't get any crazier

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Premier

Feb-09-13 6:22 AM

Yeah, that sounds a little far fetched.

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ToTEXASfromPA

Feb-09-13 6:06 AM

Stephanie, I don't think it was Obamacare. It was probably a prank.

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Don521

Feb-09-13 5:40 AM

Just hang up the phone it was Fox anyway.

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JustSomeGuy

Feb-09-13 4:39 AM

Oh Stephanie thanks for writing again, especially this part:"He is a dictator (socialist) classic communism as he travels in time." I, for one, welcome our time-traveling overlord!

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