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    At face value, the quote is just a sociopathic version of New Hampshire's "Live Free or Die." The problem is Hitler did his best to make it reality. It's a creepy choice, but its context; pale blue fine print at the bottom of occasional postings in a plant forum, makes it pretty harmless.
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    Quote[/b] (herenorthere @ Jan. 12 2005,6:16)]At face value, the quote is just a sociopathic version of New Hampshire's "Live Free or Die." The problem is Hitler did his best to make it reality. It's a creepy choice, but its context; pale blue fine print at the bottom of occasional postings in a plant forum, makes it pretty harmless.
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    Quote Originally Posted by [b
    Quote[/b] ] pale blue fine print at the bottom of occasional postings in a plant forum
    BLUE?? I don't see any blue signatures :P
    everyone sees colors differently. my mom says gray squirrels are brown, my brother says blue birds are violet, how strange.
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    Quote[/b] ] pale blue fine print at the bottom of occasional postings in a plant forum
    BLUE?? I don't see any blue signatures :P
    everyone sees colors differently. my mom says gray squirrels are brown, my brother says blue birds are violet, how strange.
    ... its dark blue, but not bold so you cant see it that well... and maybe your family is just color blind [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/new/smile_m_32.gif[/img]

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    it looks gray to me. THIS is blue
    nah... my family is just confused LOL
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    color is subjective. kinda hard to nail anything down. believe me i do ALOT of printing and have to have a variety of colors on hand because i have 3 totally different colors of blue that 3 different customer refer to as "true blue". lighting and how yah have your monitor set will influence what colors you see on your screen. plus everyones eyes are just a lil bit different and everyones brain is ALOT different so how someone interprets color will be different from you by either a tiny amount or a whole lot(color blindness).
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    Forgive me for any attempt I made at applying a psycopaths words to weeds. In an attempt to make them apply. I will not quote contriversial people again or attempt to get attention by doing so (not that I was in the first place). If I have offended you I appoligise profusly. Obviously any reading I do in my free time should not be reflected on cp or anyother non-World War II forums. I suppose I tried to connect those two "worlds" in a vain attempt. I realise now that people in the WWII mind-set and cp mind-set are ticked off by much different things. Thanks for your time, effort, and comments

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    Did someone say they're offended? If I see that quote below a question about Sarracenias, I'm not offended. If I see it in big red letters on signs outside a synagogue, I'm offended. Context means a lot. But not everything. I caught a load of crap once for suggesting a Jewish acquaintance read Mein Kampf. The context was fine, because we were talking about how people should understand their enemies. But he loves an opportunity to grandstand in front of a large group. If you walk the fine line along the edge of controversy, you'll fall off now and then.
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