Dances with Wolves (1990)

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    There are 80 replies in this Thread. The last Post () by Hawkswill.

    • Re: Classic Movie Westerns - Dances with Wolves (1990)

      Mornin' Keith, (in my part of the world),

      Not quite sure what you meant by "Peridot under moderation and has been for some time". But, I DO believe that Peridot, or Ramona, is a female, LOL.
      I don't believe I asked for an explanation of the board decisions, but maybe that is not what you meant. I simply thought that Mona might have PMed RK, as I wrote in my post...RK, not a Mod....to perhaps work out with him the post in question. Thought I read that somewhere we should try to work out your differences.............probably just made it up in my mind.
      I was confused by your post...thought everyone knew Peridot was Ramona and a big fan of Richard Boone and Leonard Nimoy. Anyway, still confused, but I don't suppose it matters. Glad her post was left as it sparked a most interesting conversatation between her and Russ, Tennessean. Nice to see that sort of thing. Learned a great deal from it.
      Thanks for your post, confusing to "dumber than a rock me", as it was.
      The Other Keith

      ethanedwards wrote:

      Whilst we do not have to explain board decisions,
      Peridot is under moderation on this forum, and has been for some time.
      I believe he is aware of that!
      As the only Mod available most of the time,
      it is therefore left to me to approve his posts.
      There was no requirement for a PM to a Mod.
      However, should he have done, I am sure
      he would have received a 'nice answer'!
    • Re: Classic Movie Westerns - Dances with Wolves (1990)

      ethanedwards wrote:

      Whilst we do not have to explain board decisions,
      Peridot is under moderation on this forum, and has been for some time.
      I believe he is aware of that!
      As the only Mod available most of the time,
      it is therefore left to me to approve his posts.
      There was no requirement for a PM to a Mod.
      However, should he have done, I am sure
      he would have received a 'nice answer'!



      :wink_smile: She is well aware of that, and that's fine. :rose: She thought everyone was moderated at this board. If that's not the case for all on the board, it's a surprise to her, but it's certainly acceptable. She is always on her best behaviour everywhere, and hopes that you will forgive her speaking of herself in the third person just this once. :embaressed_smile:

      Lady Manners is always watching, you see.
      We're burning moonlight.
    • Re: Classic Movie Westerns - Dances with Wolves (1990)

      Americans like most peoples ancestors have done things in the past they would rather forget, no nation or state is perfect and the founding of most contains some blood shed and incidents that are unsavory. To suggest otherwise would be extremely ignorant. Too simply define something as anti-american is too simplistic and does not take into account all the facets that make up the nation, as I am sure to be American means many things too many different people and that most of the members here hold dear such values.

      The post was edited 1 time, last by The Irish Duke ().

    • Re: Classic Movie Westerns - Dances with Wolves (1990)

      Peridot wrote:

      :wink_smile: She is well aware of that, and that's fine. :rose: She thought everyone was moderated at this board. If that's not the case for all on the board, it's a surprise to her, but it's certainly acceptable. She is always on her best behaviour everywhere, and hopes that you will forgive her speaking of herself in the third person just this once. :embaressed_smile:

      Lady Manners is always watching, you see.

      I have approved your posts as you have posted,
      but could not, after several attempts, alter the general moderation settings!
      However as you know, the moderation is now lifted.
      Thank you for your support.
      Best Wishes
      Keith
      London- England

      The post was edited 2 times, last by ethanedwards ().

    • Re: Classic Movie Westerns - Dances with Wolves (1990)

      Was almost finished answering this Irish when it disappeared...DANG.
      Anyway, I was one of the ones who PMed RK, and he answered me in a short period of time. He is unabashedly patriotic and loves his country. Anyway, he meant nothing derogatory and he certainly DID start off a most interesting conversation full of info I had not been previously aware of. Most enlightening conversation between Peridot and Tennessean. If you haven't read it, suggest you do. Here is the link where it all begins:
      dukewayne.com/showthread.php?p=117821#post117821 If Peridot's post doesn't show up where Keith said he "approved it", just click on it. Oh, one thing interesting, I am it seems a great deal of American Indians actually prefer the term Indian to Native American. And, as my aunt lived in Brunswick, Ga, I am most familiar with the shell mounds and the use of them to pave roads a while back. Also, read RK's post later on. He is a good guy, I believe.
      Last day of GW! New choice out tonight! Hope yall like it. Big responsibility trying to choose something that lasts a whole month! Couldn't get one with Ward that wasn't a western....not that would hold up to intense conversation which is what I hope we will have. CYA later Irish! Keith


      The Irish Duke wrote:

      Americans like most peoples ancestors have done things in the past they would rather forget, no nation or state is perfect and the founding of most contains some blood shed and incidents that are unsavory. To suggest otherwise would be extremely ignorant. Too simply define something as anti-american is too simplistic and does not take into account all the facets that make up the nation, as I am sure to be American means many things too many different people and that most of the members here hold dear such values.