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There is a young pagan woman who owns a dance school in the CSRA, at which she offers instruction in pole-dancing for fitness. I wish to make it clear that this practice does not appeal to the reason of the pagan community of Augusta.

Robert Bruce Carstarphen Jr.

Augusta

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wribbs
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wribbs 04/18/12 - 06:02 am
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I was hoping someone from the

I was hoping someone from the pagan community was going to come out and clarify that for us. Thanks!

agustinian
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agustinian 04/18/12 - 06:55 am
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Nice recruiting letter, where

Nice recruiting letter, where do I sign up to become a pagan?

agrit
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agrit 04/18/12 - 07:43 am
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So you have to be a pagan to

So you have to be a pagan to be a pole dancer? Or you can't be a pagen and pole dance? What does pole dancing have to do with paganism? I'm so confused. :-(

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Bizkit 04/18/12 - 10:51 pm
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So he said he thinks she is

So he said he thinks she is pagan and I presume he must be speaking for pagans too. So is his point that she is a pagan and he is a pagan and no one cares about pole dancing for fitness? Or. She is a pagan and because she is a pagan she likes to pole dance for fitness? Or. She pole dances for fitness, and pagans find this unreasonable or reprhensible. Must be a slow day for letters. Jeez. Maybe we need some kinda test before you can write a letter to the editor. Photo ID is the obvious answer. Fits perfect with this letter-doesn't it.

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LordDover 04/25/12 - 03:03 pm
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"There is a young pagan woman

"There is a young pagan woman who owns a dance school in the CSRA, at which she offers instruction in pole-dancing for fitness."
Of the three (of which I know) "dance schools" in the CSRA that teach "pole-dancing", two of them are owned by non-pagan females, and the third is owned by a male. So, unless "Robert Bruce Carstarphen, Jr." knows of a fourth "dance school in the CSRA" that teaches "pole-dancing", this is already proven to be false, and therefore prosecutable (by all three pole schools) slander. Augusta Chronicle can also be held accountable for letting this (potentially) erroneous slander to be posted on their website and leave it there for more than seven days without fact-checking. So, other than the studios located on Washington Road, Wheeler Road, and Milledgeville Road; I welcome/dare "Robert" to let us know where this fourth studio exists.

"I wish to make it clear that this practice does not appeal to the reason of the pagan community of Augusta."
It seems like he is saying that he (and possibly more than just him) feels as though teaching pole-dancing is not acceptable within the Augusta pagan community. Uh... okay, fine; so it's not acceptable in the Augusta pagan community to teach pole-dancing. Who the #$% cares other than those in the Augusta pagan community who might actually agree with "Robert"? Nothing against the Augusta pagan community, but couldn't you have posted this on the Augusta pagan community's forum instead of the Augusta Chronicle; since literally the only people this letter/post affects is the Augusta pagan community and to whomever they might be referring?

Unlike "Robert", I welcome any comments to my e-mail address: lord_dover@rocketmail.com

Ben Hunt

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