twilight zone analogy

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/And_When_the_Sky_Was_Opened
A Twilight Zone episode was about astronauts returning to earth, with one by one, they disappearing, with nobody even remembering they ever even existed.
The same just happened on this site----a few minutes ago.
The second, of two lynch-zimmerman type liberal threads....disappeared, after I and a few others dared to disagree with the origonal, liberal, poster, that Mr. Zimmerman was....the devil, the devil!
The two threads never existed----try to prove otherwise.
I quit news sites cause of such ok-censorship, and I'm ready to do the same here, with everything I ever posted no doubt being erased.  Better on the blood pressure to just accept liberal censorship, instead of fighting it.
 
 
 

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TroJanThunder
TroJanThunder

That sort of thing drives me nuts too. I thought it best for MY bp to keep my opines to myself about some things except with ppl I know are more reasonable.


But I truly am shocked that it seems like 99% of the people want to lynch Zimmerman and Paula Deen too!

I was so damn angry about it for a couple of days last week I thought I would just close my doors and windows for the rest of my life because I obviously don\'t have a place in this society!

Was going to go ride my horse but decided I would be better off keeping to myself for a couple of days. SO! I stayed home and made pickles!
penntucky
penntucky

Pickles are good, though high in sodium.

I just took a 2nd aspirin, to calm down.

Political debates are ok---but outright censorship, and then from liberals who claim they are morally superior cause only THEY believe in freedom of speech...

There\'s also a Twilight Zone episode involving a woman riding her horse at a gallop---to outrace her own self from the past/future!

all in need right now is some theremin music.;)
TroJanThunder
TroJanThunder

Well Maybe I will try that tomorrow!!!!!
TroJanThunder
TroJanThunder

I remember an episode of TZ where a man was left alone in the world and dropped by a library. He was so happy he could read all he wanted then he broke his glasses. That kind of haunted me.
penntucky
penntucky

yes, that episode starred burgess meridth

i have lots of time to read books now, but cheap, and offbeat, books are not as available as they once were, and my eyesite isn\'t as good.
penntucky
penntucky

thanks to somebody on this site, who shall remain nameless, for reminding me of the title of my thread that disappeared from a political group here: \"liberals closing threads when they dont agree\" The nameless friend even thought it was ironic that the thread disappeared hours after I started it.

oooo---eee-oohh theremin music.