OPINION

Richards: SPEECH Express yourself civilly

Posted 1/23/23

Yes, there will always be problems with neighbors and people, but aren’t we more civilized enough to be able to talk with each other and come to a mutual agreement on what to do without violence or vulgar language?

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OPINION

Richards: SPEECH Express yourself civilly

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Yes, there will always be problems with neighbors and people, but aren’t we more civilized enough to be able to talk with each other and come to a mutual agreement on what to do without violence or vulgar language?

Those two things just show your immaturity and at your 70s, 80s and 90s you should have learned better conduct. That’s what separates us from the animals.

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