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JaR
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      09-11-2006
On Mon, 11 Sep 2006 10:12:35 -0700, BD cast into the ether:

> First off, hind-sight is 20/20.


And second-off: We are assuming that the report is real, and verifiable,
and not just the maunderings of some individual with an ulterior motive.

This phrase just doesn't ring true, for example: "I was in charge of a
platoon that consists of machine gunners and missile men."

I can't for the life of me imagine a Marine SSgt using that phraseology.
Although, to be fair, things may have changed since I was in the military.
Perhaps one of the younger vets could comment. Jtyc? You were a "missile
man" no?

Consider the source.

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      09-11-2006
Now wait a minute Half-Bee,

You obviously have no understanding of military tactics nor of practical
applications. If we drop, nay LAUNCHED beer kegs very little damage would be
caused... maybe a roof would have to br retarred or you might kill one or two
bad guys. You would also destroy a very valuable keg of beer (Of course you
would make their women clean up, but that is really not of significance).
That is just not an efficient attack.

On the other hand if we passed a law that said that the female flight crew
on all airliners entering North American airspace was required to let their
hair down and go topless, it would prevent the real fanatics from getting
onto the plane because of course it is against their faith to see naked
women. We would also have all of your beer kegs left over which would have
to be served, so serving it on the airplane would combine with the naked
stewardesses for a real party animal, and put anyone on the plane in too good
a mood to blow anything up!

Of course there is the problem of those fanatics on our soil already and the
solution for that would be to form a rotation of the (pretty) women in every
major city so that on any given day a quarter of the (again pretty) women
walking around would be naked. This would force the fanatics to flee our
lands for the safety of the repressive cultures they so embrace.

This would not work for the colder climes, so I propose we all move south of
the Mason Dixon line and leave the frigid north to be developed as a giant
chain of ski resorts which we would visit for recreation, and which the
fanatics would not attack because how can you be miserable in a ski resort?

Problem of fanatical muslim terrorism solved, Quad Erat Demonstratum.

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"BD" wrote:

> >>Did you see what kpg ((E-Mail Removed)) graced us with in

> Xns983B7A7DF9B05ipostthereforeiam@127.0.0.1?<<
> > As Montreal MCT once said in microsoft.public.cert.exam.mcse
> >
> >> I agree that the western way of life is alien to
> >> islamic ideology. That does not mean that one will have to destroy
> >> the other. It is unfortunate that some (the louder) Muslim clerics
> >> misinterpret the Koran and incite violence and jihad. It is vital
> >> that moderate muslims speak up against them, but they are afraid -
> >> and for good reason.

> >
> >
> > Exactly - but the clerics are silent (excpet when they preach jihad).
> >
> > Fear is an effective means of control. Although I tend to think it
> > is doomed to failure, once way to start the process would be to have
> > a free Iraq - governed by an elected body - represenative of the three
> > major factions. Rule of Law - what a concept - but GW just gets
> > laughed at and ridiculed. I'm still waiting for a better idea.
> >
> > Anyone?
> >
> >
> > kpg
> >

> Drop Beer Kegs!!
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      09-11-2006
>>Did you see what JaR ((E-Mail Removed)) graced us with in
http://www.velocityreviews.com/forums/(E-Mail Removed)?<<
> On Mon, 11 Sep 2006 10:12:35 -0700, BD cast into the ether:
>
>> First off, hind-sight is 20/20.

>
> And second-off: We are assuming that the report is real, and
> verifiable, and not just the maunderings of some individual with an
> ulterior motive.
>

Glad you pointed that out. I was pretty much just giving him the benefit of the
doubt as to it's authenticity.

> This phrase just doesn't ring true, for example: "I was in charge of a
> platoon that consists of machine gunners and missile men."
>

That kinda stuck out at me too, but then I was in the Navy. We only transported
the Marines, but were never out in the field with them.

> I can't for the life of me imagine a Marine SSgt using that
> phraseology. Although, to be fair, things may have changed since I
> was in the military. Perhaps one of the younger vets could comment.
> Jtyc? You were a "missile man" no?
>
> Consider the source.
>


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      09-11-2006
That's all fine and dandy, but what MAN in his right mind would accept to take a
faith that forbids them to look at (pretty) nekid wimin?

I still think dropping beer kegs would be much easier, let them fight over the
tap (kill eachother if they may), then the drunk winner gets to chill out and
watch the fireworks.

>>Did you see what Montreal MCT ((E-Mail Removed))

graced us with in (E-Mail Removed)?<<
> Now wait a minute Half-Bee,
>
> You obviously have no understanding of military tactics nor of
> practical applications. If we drop, nay LAUNCHED beer kegs very
> little damage would be caused... maybe a roof would have to br
> retarred or you might kill one or two bad guys. You would also
> destroy a very valuable keg of beer (Of course you would make their
> women clean up, but that is really not of significance). That is just
> not an efficient attack.
>
> On the other hand if we passed a law that said that the female flight
> crew on all airliners entering North American airspace was required
> to let their hair down and go topless, it would prevent the real
> fanatics from getting onto the plane because of course it is against
> their faith to see naked women. We would also have all of your beer
> kegs left over which would have to be served, so serving it on the
> airplane would combine with the naked stewardesses for a real party
> animal, and put anyone on the plane in too good a mood to blow
> anything up!
>
> Of course there is the problem of those fanatics on our soil already
> and the solution for that would be to form a rotation of the (pretty)
> women in every major city so that on any given day a quarter of the
> (again pretty) women walking around would be naked. This would force
> the fanatics to flee our lands for the safety of the repressive
> cultures they so embrace.
>
> This would not work for the colder climes, so I propose we all move
> south of the Mason Dixon line and leave the frigid north to be
> developed as a giant chain of ski resorts which we would visit for
> recreation, and which the fanatics would not attack because how can
> you be miserable in a ski resort?
>
> Problem of fanatical muslim terrorism solved, Quad Erat Demonstratum.
>
> M
>
>
>
>>>> Did you see what kpg ((E-Mail Removed)) graced us with in

>> Xns983B7A7DF9B05ipostthereforeiam@127.0.0.1?<<
>>> As Montreal MCT once said in microsoft.public.cert.exam.mcse
>>>
>>>> I agree that the western way of life is alien to
>>>> islamic ideology. That does not mean that one will have to destroy
>>>> the other. It is unfortunate that some (the louder) Muslim clerics
>>>> misinterpret the Koran and incite violence and jihad. It is vital
>>>> that moderate muslims speak up against them, but they are afraid -
>>>> and for good reason.
>>>
>>>
>>> Exactly - but the clerics are silent (excpet when they preach
>>> jihad).
>>>
>>> Fear is an effective means of control. Although I tend to think it
>>> is doomed to failure, once way to start the process would be to have
>>> a free Iraq - governed by an elected body - represenative of the
>>> three major factions. Rule of Law - what a concept - but GW just
>>> gets laughed at and ridiculed. I'm still waiting for a better idea.
>>>
>>> Anyone?
>>>
>>>
>>> kpg
>>>

>> Drop Beer Kegs!!
>> --
>> BD
>> MCNGP #51
>> -- MCNGP.com - You know IT!?
>> -- www.CertGuard.com; www.SWPPM.com


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      09-11-2006
well said

53

"Neil" <guess!!!@gmail.com> wrote in message
news:Xns983B58E5DB886neilmcsegmailcom@207.46.248.1 6...
> did you hear "Go Bless The Free World" <(E-Mail Removed)>
> say in news:(E-Mail Removed):
>
>> May we look forward to a day when Islam is but a cursed memory
>> confined to annals of history, in the same way as we look at evils of
>> past like National Socialism & Communism.

>
> <sarcasm>
> Yeah, that's not the slightest bit inflamitory.
> </sarcasm>
>
> far too many innocent people of all races and religions perished 5 years
> ago to have simplistic solutions applied to a far more complex problem.
> This was not an issue with Islam, this was a problem with terrorism. So
> long as governments and religious leaders (of any kind) promote or even
> condone terrorism as a means to an end, they are to be condemned.
>
> It's 8:44 here, if you will excuse me I have memories to hold...
>
> --
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      09-11-2006
american will not bow for international law. why?
americans should be sceptical to what the leaders are telling them.
i'm not saying us is made up by war criminals, just informing you that the
truth you know might not be identical to everyone else's version.
just my preliminary thoughts.
i'll know more in thirty years time.

53

<BD> wrote in message news:(E-Mail Removed)...
>>>Did you see what James ((E-Mail Removed)) graced us with in

> %(E-Mail Removed)?<<
>
>> And I think the problem will never go away, as long as America has
>> soldiers in other countries, killing inocent people, causing more
>> people to hate America...these people then grow up to become
>> terrorists, and attack the states. The states then goes and kills
>> more inocent people, causing more people to hate the states....its an
>> endless loop!
>>

> What is all this talk about "killing innocent people"??? Never....NOT
> ONCE....in
> the HISTORY of the United States Military has ANY Servicemen EVER killed
> an
> innocent person and not been prosecuted for it. If you can PROVE it, then
> please
> do.
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      09-11-2006
"Thor" <(E-Mail Removed)> wrote in message
news:(E-Mail Removed)...
> american will not bow for international law. why?
> americans should be sceptical to what the leaders are telling them.
> i'm not saying us is made up by war criminals, just informing you that the
> truth you know might not be identical to everyone else's version.
> just my preliminary thoughts.
> i'll know more in thirty years time.


I don't care how much you all try to suck me into this, I am NOT taking
anyone's bait, no matter how stinky it is.

Damn... I just posted a reply.

Where's that cancel button?


 
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      09-11-2006
>>Did you see what Thor ((E-Mail Removed)) graced us with in
(E-Mail Removed)?<<
> american will not bow for international law. why?
> americans should be sceptical to what the leaders are telling them.
> i'm not saying us is made up by war criminals, just informing you
> that the truth you know might not be identical to everyone else's
> version.
> just my preliminary thoughts.
> i'll know more in thirty years time.
>
> 53
>

We are above the law, haven't you realized that yet?

Actually, many of the US Citizens are sceptical. Those are the people that have
not been, are not, and will not ever join the US Military.

There is no truth in the world that has never been distorted or twisted to the
point where it is truthful to all. It cannot happen, everyone sees the truth in
their own eyes, even if it is a lie.

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      09-11-2006
I didn't want to bring it up, but you asked what man in his right mind...
well they also don't drink beer.

(insert image of Homer Simpson grabbing the sides of his head, shrieking,
and running out of the room to make sure there's still beer in the fridge)

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"BD" wrote:

> That's all fine and dandy, but what MAN in his right mind would accept to take a
> faith that forbids them to look at (pretty) nekid wimin?
>
> I still think dropping beer kegs would be much easier, let them fight over the
> tap (kill eachother if they may), then the drunk winner gets to chill out and
> watch the fireworks.
>
> >>Did you see what Montreal MCT ((E-Mail Removed))

> graced us with in (E-Mail Removed)?<<
> > Now wait a minute Half-Bee,
> >
> > You obviously have no understanding of military tactics nor of
> > practical applications. If we drop, nay LAUNCHED beer kegs very
> > little damage would be caused... maybe a roof would have to br
> > retarred or you might kill one or two bad guys. You would also
> > destroy a very valuable keg of beer (Of course you would make their
> > women clean up, but that is really not of significance). That is just
> > not an efficient attack.
> >
> > On the other hand if we passed a law that said that the female flight
> > crew on all airliners entering North American airspace was required
> > to let their hair down and go topless, it would prevent the real
> > fanatics from getting onto the plane because of course it is against
> > their faith to see naked women. We would also have all of your beer
> > kegs left over which would have to be served, so serving it on the
> > airplane would combine with the naked stewardesses for a real party
> > animal, and put anyone on the plane in too good a mood to blow
> > anything up!
> >
> > Of course there is the problem of those fanatics on our soil already
> > and the solution for that would be to form a rotation of the (pretty)
> > women in every major city so that on any given day a quarter of the
> > (again pretty) women walking around would be naked. This would force
> > the fanatics to flee our lands for the safety of the repressive
> > cultures they so embrace.
> >
> > This would not work for the colder climes, so I propose we all move
> > south of the Mason Dixon line and leave the frigid north to be
> > developed as a giant chain of ski resorts which we would visit for
> > recreation, and which the fanatics would not attack because how can
> > you be miserable in a ski resort?
> >
> > Problem of fanatical muslim terrorism solved, Quad Erat Demonstratum.
> >
> > M
> >
> >
> >
> >>>> Did you see what kpg ((E-Mail Removed)) graced us with in
> >> Xns983B7A7DF9B05ipostthereforeiam@127.0.0.1?<<
> >>> As Montreal MCT once said in microsoft.public.cert.exam.mcse
> >>>
> >>>> I agree that the western way of life is alien to
> >>>> islamic ideology. That does not mean that one will have to destroy
> >>>> the other. It is unfortunate that some (the louder) Muslim clerics
> >>>> misinterpret the Koran and incite violence and jihad. It is vital
> >>>> that moderate muslims speak up against them, but they are afraid -
> >>>> and for good reason.
> >>>
> >>>
> >>> Exactly - but the clerics are silent (excpet when they preach
> >>> jihad).
> >>>
> >>> Fear is an effective means of control. Although I tend to think it
> >>> is doomed to failure, once way to start the process would be to have
> >>> a free Iraq - governed by an elected body - represenative of the
> >>> three major factions. Rule of Law - what a concept - but GW just
> >>> gets laughed at and ridiculed. I'm still waiting for a better idea.
> >>>
> >>> Anyone?
> >>>
> >>>
> >>> kpg
> >>>
> >> Drop Beer Kegs!!
> >> --
> >> BD
> >> MCNGP #51
> >> -- MCNGP.com - You know IT!?
> >> -- www.CertGuard.com; www.SWPPM.com

>
> --
> BD
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      09-11-2006
On Mon, 11 Sep 2006 11:43:55 -0700, BD cast into the ether:

> Actually, many of the US Citizens are sceptical. Those are the people
> that have not been, are not, and will not ever join the US Military.
>
>

Wrong.

In fact, my experiences in the US Army lead me to be more sceptical of the
administration's goals, not less.

> There is no truth in the world that has never been distorted or

twisted
> to the point where it is truthful to all. It cannot happen, everyone
> sees the truth in their own eyes, even if it is a lie.


True, dat.

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