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Original post made by m on Sep 12, 2009

I really, really have thought a lot about this forum. I have laughed, been disgusted, enjoyed and intertwined with its conversations. Now, could it be that Pleasantonians are using this forum as a means of gaining a social "it", you know, the "there" in there is no there there. Pleasanton is not a vibrant social community unless you have kids in school that play soccer, football or band. I'm beginning to think this is our way of "teething" our way into social aptitude. You know, being more than the milquetoast commuters that my friends say we are. I hope so. But, then again, what's wrong with white bread sandwiches with the crust cut off? ... (a quote from a local doctor describing Pleasanton so don't blame me)

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Posted by M, a resident of Downtown
on Sep 14, 2009 at 9:45 pm

Hello again little m. you could be right. I do not like white bread with the crusts cut off. Is that so wrong? Is there room for no crusts and crusts alike in our little town? I think I will ask the screamers over on Main next time they kindly remind me that I am in fact going to hell as they would seem to thing they have the answers, so maybe they would know. Yet I have a suspicion that I will be damned to hell for liking crust.

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