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    05-18-2019, 07:30 PM
    SELL? Even the retards known as "Canadians" would demand payment to take Chicago off our hands. Nobody is that stupid.
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    05-18-2019, 07:25 PM
    Smart universities interested in producing graduates that were actually worth more than the price of a cardboard match would do well to dispense with SATs altogether. They'd take responsibility for their admissions. They would also likely get the attention of the handful of smart parents that remain... the one's who actually want their offspring to become not just adults, though that in itself would be a grand improvement over current fare, but ones who were capable of navigating a life nominally worth living. Americans have been sold more bills of goods than can be counted. Their steadfast bent to do the hook, line, and sinker deal leaves me feeling they deserve every degradation they receive. Most fail to rise even to despicably.
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    05-18-2019, 07:02 PM
    Have I missed something, or have we no business in Venezuela? I seem to recall some far worse things having gone on in Rwanda, yet I recall no hand wringing about the horrors there that make Venezuela look like a circle jerk.
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    05-11-2019, 02:32 PM
    As I sit here at ORD waiting to board, I realize that not only am I blaak, I am a Lay/Gesbian. I want muh rites.
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    05-10-2019, 03:53 PM
    osan started a thread Away awhile. in Open Discussion
    My father died on 5/8 and I will be traveling to Europe to settle his affairs. Dunno when I return, but probably not too long.
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    05-02-2019, 05:42 PM
    Wrong on all counts, I am afraid. And I am not a Republican. You apparently don't know the first thing about what I want, so I will put it in a single word - I want to be free. That means having others keeping their noses out of my business until such time as I commit and actual crime, firing up a giant spliff on the courthouse steps not being one of those. What some of you are missing is a thing called "reality". Normative ideals are great. Then there is the real world that varies and wanders greatly from our ideals of people being cool, rejecting dickheadedness. That is the world with which we must deal if we are serious about changing things for what we believe to be the better. Cry about and hate Trump all you want. Like it or not, he's the president. Are his strings being pulled by some nefarious cadre? Possibly. It was certainly the case with Obammy and nearly every president since Lincoln, so it's not far fetched to think it of Trump. But why, then, all the political theater? That makes little sense in practical terms when the same apparent goals could be achieved with far less risky devices... unless of course this is all experimentation. Perhaps Theye want to test the waters to see how stupidly compliant the people are. There are a hundred possible strategies at work here and we could expend years in speculation. I am will to remain on the fence regarding Trump. He's done some good things, but has yet to deliver on his biggest promise of draining the swamp. If Hillary, Bammy, and so on end up in cages or, preferably, on the end of the lynchman's rope, I will be more inclined to trust him a mite, but even then it could all be subterfuge pursuant to all manner of goals and objectives. If you have decided that Trump is in fact the enemy, then you stand before a choice to lay down or fight. If you choose nappy time, then own it without apology and be clear that you will be laying down. But if you choose otherwise, then why are you not acting? Why wait? There is, after all, no ally in the Oval Office.
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    05-02-2019, 04:58 PM
    It is a possibility that should not be dismissed.
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    05-01-2019, 08:08 PM
    What are these useless weapons? Dildo canon? What do you mean by "economically useless" weapons? Are they militarily useless? Pardon my confusion.
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    05-01-2019, 08:04 PM
    What are you peddling here? I ask because my response was very obviously not a simple "yes". I made my position clear, yet you seem to have missed it entirely. It would seem I am unable to help you.
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    05-01-2019, 07:56 PM
    Well, the assessment of those moves predicates on one's assumptions about our role in the world. While I am one of those Eville™ isolationists, there are valid arguments for certain interventions - doesn't mean the are the right moves, but given assumptions, they are indeed valid. In fact, I have had this discussion more than once with my ultra-genius little brother who, until recently, was perhaps the penultimate 21st century spy. He makes the emotionally appealing argument that bringing other nations to freedom and rule of law is not a bad thing. While ideally I agree, the positive reality seems to have been less along the lines of success. However, having spent years in Eye-Rack and Aghanistan, he is quick to point out that the realities there are not quite as the media report. Were my little bro to tell me water was no longer wet, I would be strongly inclined to believe him. So there's just a little extra data for you, for what it may be worth. Who is "Donnell"? As for the "butt boys", come now; the people making the decisions know precisely what they are doing and why. To paint them as incompetent is to largely let them off the hook for the things they do. That is a grave error, IMO. It's just like calling people like Pelosi, Obammy and AOC "stupid". Well, OK, perhaps AOC, but the rest are not. They are stoopid, but not stupid. To ill-assess them in this way is to effectively absolve them of responsibility. After all, how can you hold a stupid man accountable if he has not the intellect to know what he does? But a stoopid man, one who possesses the intellect but chooses stupidity as a matter of will, most certainly can be held to account - he has no excuse and it is arguable that being stoopid is actually an aggravating factor in assessing the truer nature of his perfidies. Little to nothing to do with Trump. Remember the fate of the last president to attempt to expose the Fed? Brains all over the back seat of that nice open limo. In a world where some people would kill you for the $2 in your wallet, what do you think the big-dog global bankers will do to preserve their near-hegemonic hold on God's balls?
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    05-01-2019, 07:14 PM
    What is he doing to undermine the Saudis? I have no knowledge of this.
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    05-01-2019, 07:11 PM
    Ronbo, you cannot seriously assert that $4/gal gasoline in CA (I'm ASSuming it must be stoopid-as-the-Cortex CA - do correct me if I am mistaken). Look to your scumbag local state government. WV has some of the higher gas prices here in the east and I paid just over $2/gal day before yesterday, down from $2.75 a week ago, and about 25% of that is tax, if not more. I understand your ire - I'd be pissed about $4/gal gasoline as well, but for Pete's sake man, don't lose your reason over it. Hate Trump all you please, but at least have the sense and decency not to blame him for things that are not of his making. How'd you like it if your local prosecutor decided the body of the missing child from ca. your 'hood that was found that was defiled and partially consumed was YOUR fault, and was able and willing to get people to testify to that effect? I would bet lots of money I don't have that you'd not find that at all acceptable, so why do it to Trump? Blame hime for things he owns - dandy good and you have my full agreement for what nothing that is worth. But this? Not cool. Much as I despise Obama and his horde-cadre of functionally subhuman filth, I would not accuse him of things for which he is not to blame. What is the point in it? To vent? I can vent my disgust in other ways, like pointing out that he married a man with a 12" cock (one inch shy of Hillary's epic 13" flaccidity. :) ). Har Har Har... Seriously, not a good move, in my utterly worthless opinion.
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    05-01-2019, 05:04 PM
    Not applicable. We want our things. Without oil, there is virtually none of that, including food and medicine. We have a choice to make, there being no such thing as having the cake and eating it too. What's it going to be? Have your moral outrage if it please you, but don't be a hypocrite. Stop using all the things that our relationship with the filthy Saudis provides.
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    05-01-2019, 05:01 PM
    Hey, if you want to dive into open warfare, I'm game. However, if we are not ready to go whole hog into armed revolt against everything that ails us, to be the strong men that such an endeavor would require of us if success is the goal, then we need to chill the fuck out and try to extricate ourselves through a more subtle strategy. Want your oil? Deal with those who have it. We cannot have it both ways, especially with the likes of the Saudis. The Muslims are not going to come around to our way of thinking. Therefore, we either deal with them, or kill them. That's a whole lot of killing. Have we the stomach for it? If not, then leave Trump alone to do his thing. Can't be any worse than anything the Clinton would have done.
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    05-01-2019, 03:06 PM
    Valid points, but what is appropriate in terms of perception? Trump is playing a role. He has little choice. He could take the high road, drop a 150Kt nuke on Mecca, everyone says "YAY!", and then the economy starts to slip, only this time for real. That's just one possibility. There is so much that could backfire, thanks to the entanglements to which we have become enslaved, all brought to us by the globalist vermin whose hands are now well placed around our throats. I am the first to acknowledge that we are deeply screwed, but calling for Trump's head for playing a role he cannot reject without terrible costs that we are not ready to pay, is not a particularly good response, either. It seems the Donald is making the best of a shit situation. We're in up to our eyeballs with the good-for-nothing Saudis. I would also remind that what they do with their own is really none of our business. We want their petroleum w so we find ourselves in bed with flea-ridden sand-fleas. I don't say not to care or to remain silent, but I would advise some circumspection prior to deciding that POTUS needs to be lead-impeached.
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    04-21-2019, 09:16 AM
    Is it? Surely the carcass could sit for centuries, largely unchanged. But do the Frogs have the will to rebuild it? Is the Frog government interested, Macron's talk notwithstanding? Perhaps... perhaps not. Those dingleberries are capable of anything. I can as easily see the Frogs selling it for a mosque. More easily, in fact. It would be just the poke in the eye to the French people that the Frogs might enjoy delivering. French politics as shelled out by the Frogs is about unquestioning obedience in the face of any outrage heaped upon the suckers, after all.
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    04-21-2019, 09:02 AM
    Have you nothing better to do than occupy your time in this manner?
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    04-21-2019, 08:59 AM
    This is in no way surprising. These projects are not undertaken by just anyone who hangs a shingle that says "Restorations R Us". These companies are generally very well experienced and the protocols for doing such work are now very well developed and understood. The claim that this was an "accident" is thin and anemic as the devil. It doesn't track at all with reality. Also, I cannot begin to imagine that such a company does not carry super-heavy insurance. The Frog government would not allow anyone to even approach without it. T he thing to watch for, then, is whether the Frogs attempt to make a cliam against the restoration organization. I am willing to bet you will see no such attempt because the moment they do, the insurance investigators will be on it like stink on rice. If the scene is tainted, the insurers will decline for that reason. If they find arson, same result. The LAST thing the Frog "authorities" want is for the truth to emerge. That much is plain. What is not yet clear is how far they are willing to ride the lies and deceit pursuant to the "accident" story. I wonder if sinking Notre Dame will prove sufficient incentive to break the Frogs' heads out of their brie-lined sphincters. I doubt it, but look forward to being proved wrong.
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    04-21-2019, 07:42 AM
    That is yet to be seen. Limestone does NOT tolerate heat well at all. Chances are at least fair that a very large proportion of the stone will have to be replaced. That will cost BILLIONS. Not one billion, but many. The cost of the stock alone will be huge. Cutting the stones stands to represent herniating labor expenses. I am friends with who is perhaps the single best stone mason on the planet, Nick Fairplay. See his work here: Nicholas Fairplay, Master Stone Carverhttps://fairplaystonecarver.com/ Ask HIM how long and how many people it will take to replace the façade work, tracery, etc. Macron is an ignorant jerkoff - he said he'd have it done in 5 years. We will be lucky to get it done in 50. Note that anything physically low that is ruined means everything above it must be removed. The one bit of the structure that is almost certainly intact is the granite structure beneath the limetone. That's the real structure. The limestone is just the fancy bit, but without it the cathedral is not a cathedral. Oh, and dismantling the stonework is delicate proceedings, and $$$$$$$$$$. This is a huge undertaking.
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    04-21-2019, 07:29 AM
    What does that even mean? Such über-FAIL here... "approve of genocide"... appeal to emotion FAIL. Try again prease.
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by osan on 03-25-2017 at 07:19 AM
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