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"it's about time we begin to unlock customers and let them have what they want and need, wherever and whenever they choose to have it delivered."

Amen to that.

Steve:

I closed the comments on that post for this very reason. It was never a Kramer vs. Kramer issue.

I've observed many a time throughout my life that if the lie is in the question the conversation cannot take place.

Conversation is about meeting each other out in the space beyond right doing and wrong doing. Let's not hold our values or anything else as weapons. We each speak about ourselves with our behavior and actions.

I am very annoyed by the Lewis Green trolling of your post on top she-bloggers.

Other women on Twitter agree: he's a patriarchal pig, against whom I have launched total blogocombat assault vectors.

Defending you and women's perfect right to band together as marginalized group.

Who TF does he think he is to bully you with guilt tripping? The ugly ignorant troll.

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