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Jenn
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      12-31-2010
吵hw不f wrote:
> Jenn wrote:


>>
>>> Voting is just an activity to keep people thinking that their
>>> "choice" matters.


>> On some level I would agree, but I also have no cause to complain if
>> I don't
>> vote.. so I do what I can and DO vote.


> You could do moar. But it involves blogging or "civil disobediance".


I've done some of that in the past, but right now the free time isn't what
I'd like it to be...

>>> Obama was pre-selected as a safe option that
>>> wouldnt threaten the Pentagons plans. His major campain donor?
>>> Goldman Sachs and Wall Street.
>>> FYI


>> Again .. not something I would disagree with .....



> So then there is no *real* choice. Only the *appearance* of choice.
> Much like the right for you to choose between Coke or Pepsi. The net
> effect is the same: carbonated sugar water.


I have choices, just have to concentrate on the more demanding ones for
right now.


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攸hw不f
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      12-31-2010
Eagle <(E-Mail Removed)> pinched out a steaming pile
of<ifj8le$2vj$(E-Mail Removed)-september.org>:

>
>Suc<SLAP>


not interested in any cybersex from you, doapy.

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Jim Zambelli
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      12-31-2010

"Aardvark" <(E-Mail Removed)> wrote in message
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> On Fri, 31 Dec 2010 00:39:53 +0000, ~BD~ wrote:
>
>> Eagle wrote:
>>> 吵hw不f formulated the question :
>>>
>>>
>>>>> Gee, what nerve
>>>>
>>>> Get <kerchunk>
>>>
>>> You are boring me.

>>
>> Go easy, Dave Eagle - he's just a boi! ;_)

>
> Who has infinitely more political knowledge and insight than Eagle.
>


Now that's funny!!!! I'll say one thing along those lines:
He's got his left-wing playbook down pat. Jim


 
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Jim Zambelli
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      12-31-2010

"吵hw不f" <(E-Mail Removed)> wrote in message
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> Jenn wrote:
>> 吵hw不f wrote:
>>> In message <ifgd0u$ir4$(E-Mail Removed)-september.org>, "Jenn"

>> pondered
>>
>>>>> Do you use Medicare by any chance? Do you vote?

>>
>>
>>>> nope ... don't use Medicare .... Yes, I do vote.

>>
>>> Will you in future use it?

>>
>> <shrugs> I have no idea what the future holds.
>>
>>> Voting is just an activity to keep people thinking that their
>>> "choice" matters.

>>
>> On some level I would agree, but I also have no cause to complain if I
>> don't
>> vote.. so I do what I can and DO vote.
>>

> You could do moar. But it involves blogging or "civil disobediance".
>
>>
>>> Obama was pre-selected as a safe option that
>>> wouldnt threaten the Pentagons plans. His major campain donor?
>>> Goldman Sachs and Wall Street.
>>> FYI

>>
>> Again .. not something I would disagree with .....
>>

> So then there is no *real* choice. Only the *appearance* of choice. Much
> like the right for you to choose between Coke or Pepsi. The net effect
> is the same: carbonated sugar water.


Not exactly ... there is the something called "taste," which you apparently
lack. Jim


 
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      12-31-2010
In article <4d1e21f9$(E-Mail Removed)-privat.org>, "Bullwinkle" <(E-Mail Removed)>
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> Now that is funny coming from an obama supporter.


an yet you keep sniffin his ass
 
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Ferd Berfle
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      12-31-2010

"~BD~" <~BD~@nomail.afraid.com> wrote in message
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> Dustin wrote:
>> ~BD~<~BD~@nomail.afraid.com> wrote in
>> news:(E-Mail Removed):
>>
>>> Aardvark wrote:
>>>> On Wed, 29 Dec 2010 22:01:24 +0000, ~BD~ wrote:
>>>
>>> [....]
>>>
>>>>> Margaret Thatcher once observed that the trouble with socialism
>>>>> is that eventually you run out of other peoples money.
>>>>>
>>>>
>>>> There's nothing more satisfying than to know that she has
>>>> Alzheimer's. Apparently in her lucid moments she realises that
>>>> Denis is dead and grieves all over again, every time.
>>>>
>>>> Karma's a real bitch.
>>>
>>> You (or your children) will get *your* just deserts. Mark my words!

>>
>> Is that a threat, David?

>
> Threat?
>
> WTF???
>
> I don't make threats Dustin. That was a *promise*!
>
> Read here:
>
> The sins of the father shall be visited upon the son a thousand times. Of
> all the false echoes and random bits and pieces of broken verse and
> mangled axioms that were sunk into my head long ago by an Episcopal Sunday
> school teacher, this one was far and away the most ominous. I'm confident
> that some version of the line found its way into a Clint Eastwood movie or
> two, and was muttered grimly by Clint immediately after hawking out a
> black stream of tobacco juice, and just prior to putting a bullet between
> somebody's eyes. The sins of the father... good God. I have lain awake a
> few nights thinking about that one. My own father is a good and just man
> but he does have a dark side, not so dark as some but darker than others.
> I was never privy to all his misdeeds, but from the stories he told, his
> had been a wild and reckless youth. Maybe some payback was coming my way
> and I didn't even know it.
>
> And since I became a father myself, it has certainly crossed my mind a few
> times that the karmic residue and spiritual echoes that pass from father
> to son are nicked and scarred by every wrong turn and error of judgment
> the father has made. Think of it. The average American male, if he is like
> me, has committed a long list of earthly sins by the time he passes
> thirty. He has suffered weaknesses of the flesh. He has coveted. He has
> experimented with chemicals. He has lost his way and dabbled in mayhem and
> debauchery, not to mention run the gamut of the big seven: Pride,
> Gluttony, Sloth, Envy... but full disclosure is not the point. What
> matters is the child's perception of sin, and how it's formed.
>
> This seeped into my thoughts again the other day, when my eight-year-old
> son asked me what I wanted for Father's Day, a holiday that always smacked
> of bullshit to me, particularly the giving of neckties and aftershave. It
> struck me that maybe I ought to consider what I leave behind for my kid,
> other than a legacy of vice and transgression. I sat down to give the
> notion a sober mulling over and realized I could not rightly say from
> whence that line came, and in what context. Turns out it was Exodus 20:5,
> in sort of a preamble the Lord gave Moses before handing down the Ten
> Commandments. According to my King James edition, "...I the Lord thy God
> am a jealous God, visiting the iniquity of the fathers upon their children
> unto the third and fourth generation of them that hate me." And it was
> just nine chapters earlier that God essentially put out a contract on
> every first-born child in Egypt, and this after a nightmare plague of
> locusts. The Lord was wrathful in those days and made no bones about it.
>
> Don't mistake me. I love the Bible, and never tire of reading it. There's
> fantastic and disturbing stuff in there and, as a writer, every time I
> flip through the good book I come away with a handful of nasty story
> ideas. And I feel like I have a pretty healthy relationship with God as I
> understand him, but I have trouble defending his actions in those early
> books, and it seems beyond crazy to me that video games are slapped with a
> parental advisory but the book of Exodus is taught in Sunday school to
> small, impressionable children who are still learning to untangle the
> images of Santa Claus and God and John Lennon and their own fathers in
> their heads.
>
> More here: http://www.willchristopherbaer.com/sinsOfTheFather.php
>
>>> Britain *has* no money!

>>
>> If it wasn't for us across the pond; you wouldn't even have the britain
>> you have now. Good thing you couldn't kick our asses when we decided we
>> weren't going to pay your taxes anymore. You needed us to help you out
>> of a jam in ww2.

>
> Aardvark's answered this for me!
>
> I don't think Aardie mentioned, though, that Britain has only recently
> repaid the final debt payment to the USA for money borrowed to pay for the
> UK's expenditure during WWII !!!
>
> <q/p>
>
> The last payment was made on 29 December 2006 for the sum of about $83m
> (45.5m), the 29th being the last working day of the year. The final
> payment was actually six years late, the British Government having
> suspended payments due in the years 1956, 1957, 1964, 1965, 1968 and 1976
> because the exchange rates were seen as impractical.
>
> After this final payment Britain's Economic Secretary to the Treasury, Ed
> Balls, formally thanked the US for its wartime support.
>
> <q>
>
> Ref: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Anglo-American_loan
>



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Eagle
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      12-31-2010
攸hw不f wrote on 12/30/2010 :
> no <kerchunk>


Go play with your buddies, woofy. I am bored with you.

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Because those that matter... don't mind...
And those that mind... don't matter..
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      12-31-2010
Jim Zambelli pretended :
> "Aardvark" <(E-Mail Removed)> wrote in message
> news:J_9To.305$(E-Mail Removed)2...
>> On Fri, 31 Dec 2010 00:39:53 +0000, ~BD~ wrote:
>>
>>> Eagle wrote:
>>>> 吵hw不f formulated the question :
>>>>
>>>>
>>>>>> Gee, what nerve
>>>>>
>>>>> Get <kerchunk>
>>>>
>>>> You are boring me.
>>>
>>> Go easy, Dave Eagle - he's just a boi! ;_)

>>
>> Who has infinitely more political knowledge and insight than Eagle.
>>

>
> Now that's funny!!!! I'll say one thing along those lines:
> He's got his left-wing playbook down pat. Jim


Jim,
The Aardvark was ok in my book at one time, but now He has switched
from what I saw as a fun and informative poster, to just another boring
socialist. He can't even post with me because He has me in His "bit
bin", which is a cowards way of conducting themselves in a public forum
such as SE.
Oh well, such is life.

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Because those that matter... don't mind...
And those that mind... don't matter..
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      12-31-2010
~BD~ brought next idea :
> Eagle wrote:
>> Jim Zambelli pretended :
>>> "Aardvark" <(E-Mail Removed)> wrote in message
>>> news:J_9To.305$(E-Mail Removed)2...
>>>> On Fri, 31 Dec 2010 00:39:53 +0000, ~BD~ wrote:
>>>>
>>>>> Eagle wrote:
>>>>>> 吵hw不f formulated the question :
>>>>>>
>>>>>>
>>>>>>>> Gee, what nerve
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>> Get <kerchunk>
>>>>>>
>>>>>> You are boring me.
>>>>>
>>>>> Go easy, Dave Eagle - he's just a boi! ;_)
>>>>
>>>> Who has infinitely more political knowledge and insight than Eagle.
>>>>
>>>
>>> Now that's funny!!!! I'll say one thing along those lines:
>>> He's got his left-wing playbook down pat. Jim

>>
>> Jim,
>> The Aardvark was ok in my book at one time, but now He has switched from
>> what I saw as a fun and informative poster, to just another boring
>> socialist. He can't even post with me because He has me in His "bit
>> bin", which is a cowards way of conducting themselves in a public forum
>> such as SE.
>> Oh well, such is life.
>>

>
> http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Napoleon_complex


Ya think? lol

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Because those that matter... don't mind...
And those that mind... don't matter..
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      01-01-2011
On Fri, 31 Dec 2010 20:50:39 +0000, ~BD~ wrote:

> Ferd Berfle wrote:
> [....]
>>
>> http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/uk_news/magazine/4757181.stm
>>
>>

> There's much to be learned on S-E!


Americans know only what their corporate masters tell them.

S-E is only a small portion of their information input.

They generally ignore the lot, anyway.


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