Hi there,
Sara Aboulafia
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hi…thank you for taking the time to reply…I appreciate that…..I had already checked out jay’s post……having come to the same conclusions myself.

regarding the use of the 80's feminist buzz-word Hysterical…I had not forgotten how pervasive and offensive political correctness was …..

you would say that’s good revolutionary technique…I will say the bad taste that left still ligers…..it was offensive then and continues to be so today……

having survived 75 years, i have a fair-sized suitcase full of life experience…. .

and, damn, I used the wrong word…..jay’s use of the term “raw anger” is no doubt much more acceptable….my use of That word generated more energy

based on the amount of copy created in rebuttal….. proves it got the reaction it was supposed to…..

if “raw anger”…i.e. screaming in a person’s face like a 3-year old…..proved the tactic’s effectiveness……so did my use of the word hysterical…..

just like the raw anger, it created a situation that lessened the message by generating a knee-jerk reaction in reply, to the detriment of reasoned assessment…….in exactly he same way, for exactly the same reason…..

so, having made my point, i would like to thank you for your help……..

really:… your reply helps greatly by expanding my understanding of how millennials think… I had fun……I like the way you write…..you have a gift..

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