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Mason
Feb 1 2009, 05:58 PM
ElvisDiMera
Feb 1 2009, 05:41 PM
This isn't personal. It's business.
Why does it have to be either or? Why isn't it possible that it's both?

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Nelson likes to make things up to try to stir things up.


How do you know he made it up? Were you there when he spoke to his source?
In all honesty, this is the sort of thing that's pretty hard to substantiate, at least unless we hear from the parties involved. I will agree that "Hate" is a strong word. They COULD have said "Drake and Dee had difficulty getting along" or something to that effect. Or, "sources at the set say that Dee was difficult to get along with " or "Drake was difficult to get along with". This still doesn't make it true, but it sounds a little more, well..............journalistic. Just my opinion. The word "hate" is bound to stir up hard feelings, as we well saw on this board. If he was willing to use that word, he should have been willing to admit people weren't going to agree with him and would get pretty heated. As it is, it turned into a bashing fest from BOTH sides involved.
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