Human Rights Survey

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Re: Human Rights Survey

Postby citizen k » 27 Jan 2010, 18:57

sandman wrote: ...poorly worded, poorly thought-out and the background was puke green...

Yeah, agreed. Just that after the other survey that went up a while ago and the seeming debacle of the TIWA meeting that I read about, I thought I'd put this one up since I know that, although perhaps young and whatnot, the person behind it is motivated to try and make a difference for all of us in a positive way. Anyway, thanks all. :wink:
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Re: Human Rights Survey

Postby kage » 31 Jan 2010, 17:14

I did it. No so bad, given I was prewarned. At least someone is trying. That is more than I can say for myself.
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