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Friday, November 29, 2013

If they work for the government, they would not lie to us, would they?

64 comments:

  1. Teresita RedingerThu Nov 28, 12:19:00 PM EST
    Somehow I never associated the word "happy" with any Jewish shindig. One doesn't wish a Jewish friend a "happy" day of atonement, for instance, and Hanukkah was about the victory of a fundamentalist sect (Maccabean Revolt) over the secularism of the Hellenized Jews, who LIKED their gymnasiums and not having to slice that perfectly good cowl of skin off. The equivalent today would be the leader of al Qaeda decreeing a festival of lights in Syria to mark the fall of Assad and the reign of sharia law throughout the country.

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    1. Once again Ms T words show us her hatreds.

      Her issue aint JUST settlements or aid. She's an anti-semite.

      She believes and says that Israel is not a valid nation, that Jews should have no rights there.

      An anti-semite if ever there was one.

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    2. I don't care about settlements, my issue is just aid. I was thinking a good way to curtail the aid was to charge a million dollars per new house over the Green Line, ten million per hotel. Kind of like Monopoly. Why not, since the money comes from Chinese Bank anyway.

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    3. Nonsense. If your issue were about aid? You would not post day after day anti-Semitic, anti-jewish, anti-Israel crap.

      You talk about AID?

      Bullshit.

      Happy Hanukah, as for the Green Line? Shove it up your ass. It aint a border. And the Temple Mount? Western Wall? Are liberated Israeli lands. Don't like it?

      Cram it.

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    4. Now I got WiO well and truly spun up. That's what I do.

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    5. I aint spun up...

      Dont kid yourself.

      It's folks like you that actually validate my thoughts.

      Thanks...

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    6. It's actually fun to tell an anti-semite like you the truth.

      You are entitled to your beliefs, your opinions and even your hatreds.

      But what you are not entitled to is to try your genocidal crap on us without a fight.

      NEVER AGAIN

      Jerusalem is united, Israeli and liberated!

      Happy Hanukkah

      and kiss my ASS if that bother's you in any way shape or form...

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  2. "The equivalent today would be the leader of al Qaeda decreeing a festival of lights in Syria to mark the fall of Assad and the reign of sharia law throughout the country."

    Can anyone wonder what drugs Teresita Redinger is on to make such a statement?

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    1. Chocolate is a sacrament for Linux gals.

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    2. "The equivalent today would be the leader of al Qaeda decreeing a festival of lights in Syria to mark the fall of Assad and the reign of sharia law throughout the country."


      The only thing I could say would be? "teresita you ignorant slut"

      Stupid, ignorant, anti-semetic, crude and mean. So right back at you.

      I just wonder how many American sailors she has killed by faulty workmanship on those torpedoes.

      Cause she sure as shit aint that smart.

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  3. Hannukah is called the "Festival of Lights". It is the celebration of a miracle: a synagogue had only enough oil to keep the eternal flame, the light that sits over the cabinet that holds the Torah, going for one day. A miracle happened and it burned for 8 days. Sure Bobby Zero, and they just "found" the Book of Deuteronomy under a couch cushion too. Miraculous.

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  4. It's the thing I don't like about Miss T.

    She is a Flip huk huk when it comes to religion, the Jews, the Bible.

    Other that that she has a lot of good points, humor, etc.

    bob

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    1. We're doing a re-fi to pay for a sewer line replacement, so I don't need any of your shit too Bob.

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    2. Teresita RedingerFri Nov 29, 04:23:00 PM EST
      Hannukah is called the "Festival of Lights". It is the celebration of a miracle: a synagogue had only enough oil to keep the eternal flame, the light that sits over the cabinet that holds the Torah, going for one day. A miracle happened and it burned for 8 days. Sure Bobby Zero, and they just "found" the Book of Deuteronomy under a couch cushion too. Miraculous.

      Ms T claims people (including me) call her an anti-semite for disagreeing with foreign aid. The above comment shows once again why she is just a simple anti-semite.

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  5. Bob, she is just another in bred third worlder looking for some one to look down on.

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    1. So am I saying I'm better than the idjits who can't figure out how to log into Google? Yes I am.

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    2. I have told you, hunny buns, it is my daughter's hands.

      And she is lazy as hell, except about the horse.

      I am concerned with my niece these days.

      bob

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    3. why can you not do it yourself? Does she button up your pants for you as well?

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    4. Teresita RedingerFri Nov 29, 04:23:00 PM EST
      Hannukah is called the "Festival of Lights". It is the celebration of a miracle: a synagogue had only enough oil to keep the eternal flame

      Yo bitch....

      It was the TEMPLE not a "synagogue" for someone who is so impressed with how smart you are you make really amateurish errors all the time...

      Seriously you are one dumb broad....

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  6. Well, maybe she will crawl up on one of them Flip huk huk crosses one of the these fine Fridays and prove she is New Testament Gal.

    bob

    :)

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    1. I doubt it though, she was a Taoist for awhile, and they don't do that shit.

      bob

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      She is a Flip huk huk when it comes to religion, the Jews, the Bible.


      Bob, you are one of the dumbest s.o.b.'s I've ever met.

      The other day, to 'prove' you weren't a racist, you offered as evidence the fact, that you had to go to google to find a word to insult a Filipino. Now that you have it, you throw it around like a three year old that has just learned how to say shit.

      How dumb do they grow them in Idaho? Are they all like you or are you like that big pumpkin, the mutant, the one they always show at the state fair?

      .

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    3. He not only showed up, he was dragooned into a pumpkin throwing contest.

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    4. :)

      We be dumb fat yellow pumpkins out here.

      When we don't know what to call a brownie fucking machine we look it up.

      :)

      bob

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    5. She called me a PECKERWOOD!!!!

      And a NORTH IDAHO NAZI!!!!

      When really all I am is a fucking fascist farmer!

      bob

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    6. Quirk, indeed a moron for needing to go to Google when he should have already learned it from me.

      Although here in our true Multicultural Paradise, "Flip" is a term of endearment, esp for the younger set.

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    7. "Flip can also stand for "fine looking island people/person."

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    8. Or, for the self-righteous that imagine themselves to be heros and cultural warriors:

      Flip is a degrading racial slur for people of Filipino descent. It was used way back in the day to mean "Fucking Little Island People" The one`s who use it are just so stupid that they don`t know they`re own culture`s history. So please get it straight.

      FLIP is degrading to Filipinos, but most are being stupid and calling themselves that.

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    9. Bob ain't Filipino, just stupid.

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  7. I'll never forget how happy I was when I saw my missus walking down the aisle towards me..............

    My heart was beating fast and the excitement was unbearable.

    It seemed to take an age, but eventually there she was, standing beside me.

    I gave her a loving smile and said,


    "Get that trolley over here love. They're doing 3 cartons of Beer, for the price of 2."

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    1. For Ellen and Portia, "Going down the aisle" has a WHOLE different meaning.

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    2. You see? Sick lesbian references...

      Disgusting

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    3. What's that mean Miss T, coming down the aisle?

      I'm just a farm boy and I don't get it.

      bob

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    4. Going, not coming, Bob.
      That comes later.

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    5. Bob, that isn't wedding cake on their faces. Get it?

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  8. PRESIDENTIAL: Obama refers to 'tea-baggers' in letter to grade school teacher...

    USA extends oil sanctions waivers...

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    You know who here claim their guy can do no wrong.

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    1. In his letter to the President, Ritter expressed deep concern that the Affordable Care Act was a law that “caused such a ­divisive, derisive and toxic environment.”
      Ritter said that he wrote to the President with great trepidation because he feared “retribution.” He asserted, “The reality is that any citizen that disagrees with your administration is targeted and ridiculed.” Moreover, Ritter begged the President to, “Do the right thing not the political thing. Suggest a bill that Americans can support.”
      Ritter went on to accuse the President of making fun of "tea-baggers” and blamed White House Press Secretary Jay Carney for ridiculing Sarah Palin, noting that it was “beneath the dignity of the White House” to engage in this kind of political targeting.

      Obama defended himself, writing, “I... appreciate your concern about the toxic political environment right now. I do have to challenge you, though, on the notion that any citizen that disagrees with me has been 'targeted and ridiculed' or that I have 'made fun' of tea-baggers.”

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    2. Yep, those IRS Audits and Freezes before the last election harmed no one.

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  9. Mall mayhem...
    Suspected shoplifter shot after dragging cop through KOHL's parking lot...
    Brawls...
    Woman uses stun gun in shopping fight...
    Man stabbed over parking spot...
    Shopper Kicked Out Of WALMART For Filming Fight...
    Man shot walking home with big screen...
    Shoppers Trampled In Race For $49 Tablet...
    SALVATION ARMY kettles stolen...
    REPORT: Profit margins jump for sales 'hoax'...

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    1. Anybody else remember when Christmas Presents were mainly for kids?

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    2. I do

      Good Times.

      *******

      My ordered copy of the Inner Reaches of Out Space by Joe Campbell has arrived from Mondazzis Books.

      It contains the picture of the Pollen Path sand painting that my niece and I are going to have weaved in New Mexico

      I will type out Joe's explanation of this marvelous work of art as soon as I am rested.

      The basic mythology come from India.

      bob

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    3. But just how it came from India we do not know.

      A true mystery lurks here.

      bob

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    4. F...... Bob, don't even know that all Injuns are Fambly.

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    5. He's in Terminal Spiritual Descent.


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  10. Louisiana Construction Jobs Are Surging, With The State Having The Third-Highest Increase In The Country

    The Past 12 Months. The surge of growth in Louisiana fueled by several development projects has the state's construction employment on the rise. According to the Associated General Contractors of America, Louisiana saw an 8.3 percent rise in construction employment between October 2012 and October 2013.

    Louisiana had the third-highest increase in the country, adding 10,700 construction jobs in the last 12 months.

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  11. How much equipment did Bush get the Iranians to give up (none) and why wasn't Deuce's Conga Line all over that?

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    1. Reuters -- Americans back a newly brokered nuclear deal with Iran
      by a 2-to-1 margin and are very wary of the United States resorting to
      military action against Tehran even if the historic diplomatic effort falls
      through, a Reuters/Ipsos poll showed on Tuesday.

      According to the Reuters/Ipsos survey, 44 percent of Americans
      support the interim deal reached between Iran and six world powers
      in Geneva last weekend, and 22 percent oppose it.

      While indicating little trust among Americans toward Iranian intentions,
      the survey also underscored a strong desire to avoid new U.S. military
      entanglements after long, costly wars in Iraq and Afghanistan.

      Even if the Iran deal fails, 49 percent want the United States to then
      increase sanctions and 31 percent think it should launch further diplomacy.

      Only 20 percent want U.S. military force to be used against Iran.

      65 percent of those polled agreed that the United States "should not
      become involved in any military action in the Middle East unless America
      is directly threatened." Only 21 percent disagreed with the statement.

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  12. You are all a bunch of dumb fucks not not worth dealing with but I will do my duty thankless later.

    I am going back to snoring now.

    bob

    bob

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    1. Hey, Quirk and I are just kidders.

      Or he mostly is, maybe.

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  13. "Wait, Look at this" Umatilla Jack saiid,

    It was a text message.

    Hamdoon blew the smoke from his lungs, siighed and looked across the sea to Crete.

    We were in Sicily by the shore.

    The text read:

    "Please forgive. Mariia expensive. Got jog as OvamaCare navigator...Q"

    .......





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    1. Then it said "got job.....big lotta blow doming your wa:

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    2. That was the last we have heard from Quirk

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  14. .

    Many of us have argued for the reintroduction of the DRAFT. The idea is impractical and politically impossible right now but there would be a number of benefits that could be derived from the change in policy. The two most important, IMO, would derive from the fact that most American families would be affected by it. There would be a shared sense of duty that could help rebuild a cohesiveness in the country that has been lost. Just as important it would help raise the recognition that war isn't just a video game played by others.

    Dana Milbank seems to agree.

    http://www.washingtonpost.com/opinions/dana-milbank-restore-conscription-restore-america/2013/11/29/8d5f7ef8-5935-11e3-8304-caf30787c0a9_story.html

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    1. You get shitbirds when you draft em, how's that for social engineering. The military we have now is all-volunteer and works just fine.

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      A difference of opinion, then.

      The military may work fine, in your opinion, but what about the country?

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  15. WiO,
    My exchange with Rufus Stolen Valor had the purposes of proving him a liar and a welfare recipient through VA. I have known about the welfare angle for a long time and decided this was the time to expose him. It took two days, but it was worth it.

    Each and every month, Rufus Stolen Valor receives from Uncle Sam a check for doing two things: a) not being damaged in support of the United States and b) failing to make a living. You see, many years ago Congress authorized VA to become a covert dispenser of welfare. Indeed, the majority of folk using the VA system and getting small pensions have no more right to them than some gal in Philly with a batch of kids and high blood pressure from weighing 400 lbs. or a wino or drug abuser.

    So, the next time the guy gives you grief about your views on the Obama system or anything else having to do with the economy, remind him that he is an old man who made bad life’s choices and is on the government dole rather than the street.

    As for as the Marine Corps, I really do not care that some E-4 doubts it. For my service I receive compensation, not a pension. I get it and every single health care service possible because I was damaged in support of the US and am rewarded by a grateful nation. I cry when I leave my government subsidized home all the way to the bank in my VA funded vehicle. And I cried a river when each of my two children received almost $40,000 to go to school under Chapter 35. And I moan every time I use an AAFES facility wherever I happen to be and leave with a full tank of government subsidized gas.

    But my friend, I earned it. 93% of my buddies earned only a headstone.

    Truth be told, desert rat is of the same stripe.

    The only thing that troubled me came at the end of the exchange. Earlier the guy admitted having STDs. Then, he asks me to say in Vietnamese, “come here little girl”. That was Freudian and nauseating.

    Since this is my last outing in Little Berlin, feel free to contact me via my personal email.

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    1. ALLEN: "Israelis are well versed in history and Obama will not be the first emperor to get a face full of Jewish spit. Israel cannot win a war conventionally with the US. But we don't need to, because we can destroy your civilization."

      Good riddance, pal.

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