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    Re: is it acceptable to require people to take off their shoes to enter your house

    Quote Originally Posted by Glinda View Post
    What bull****. Numerous people have mentioned not wanting crap tracked into their houses. *I* made the same argument and your response was snotty, assholish insults.

    Hypocrite. Liar.
    You're effectively tracking mud into this forum

    Yes, I will often skip over posts who are specifically quoting someone other than myself. Sometimes I read everything, fishing for something to respond to, sometimes I focus on a specific line of conversation, often I will pass over posts by certain members regardless of the topic....sometimes I don't. It all depends on what I feel like doing in a given moment.

    Apparently I didn't see ludahai's post. So what?
    Last edited by Jerry; 01-06-10 at 02:12 PM.

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    Re: is it acceptable to require people to take off their shoes to enter your house

    Moderator's Warning:
    is it acceptable to require people to take off their shoes to enter your houseIf people can't discuss the topic civilly, I'll show them the door in this thread, with or without shoes on.
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    rolleyes Re: is it acceptable to require people to take off their shoes to enter your house

    Quote Originally Posted by Jerry View Post
    I will often skip over posts who are specifically quoting someone other than myself. Sometimes I read everything, fishing for something to respond to, sometimes I focus on a specific line of conversation, often I will pass over posts by certain members regardless of the topic....sometimes I don't. It all depends on what I feel like doing in a given moment.

    Apparently I didn't see ludahai's post. So what?
    Apparently you didn't read 90% of the posts in this thread.

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    Re: is it acceptable to require people to take off their shoes to enter your house

    Quote Originally Posted by Glinda View Post
    Apparently you didn't read 90% of the posts in this thread.
    More like 80%....

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    Re: is it acceptable to require people to take off their shoes to enter your house

    The shoe throwing has started, I feel like Bush at a Bagdad news conference.

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    Re: is it acceptable to require people to take off their shoes to enter your house

    He dodged them, though!
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    It has happened before, but there is nothing to compare it to now.
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    Re: is it acceptable to require people to take off their shoes to enter your house

    Quote Originally Posted by Tucker Case View Post
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    is it acceptable to require people to take off their shoes to enter your houseIf people can't discuss the topic civilly, I'll show them the door in this thread, with or without shoes on.
    You clever bastard.
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    Re: is it acceptable to require people to take off their shoes to enter your house

    I find it humorous, the arguments people get in, about "good manners"
    "Don't be particular bout nothin, but the company you keep"

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    Re: is it acceptable to require people to take off their shoes to enter your house

    Quote Originally Posted by sazerac View Post
    If Miss Manners doesn't approve of asking guests to remove their shoes then that really settles it for me.

    Being rude means making people feel uncomfortable. The fact that it is your house and your rules does not change that.
    Miss Manners needs to go to a Keg party or something!
    ~Following My Own Flow~

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    Re: is it acceptable to require people to take off their shoes to enter your house

    Depends on the house rules, when in Rome do as the Romans do.

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