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Posted by Two If By Tea
19 Feb 2015, 8:44 am

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Karl » 19 Feb 2015 5:59 am wrote:
Well I'm in a REAL PINCH here :die:

MaMa sez She wants her basement back and I gotta MOVE OUT :rofl:

MaMa assures me that she LOVES ME and is doing this because she Loves me :wah:

Well I dunno where I'm gonna go or what I'm goona do maybe I could stay at the Rescue Mission for awhile :omg:

I suppose this day was coming eventually and MaMa was more than fair giving me almost 30 years to get my shit together but I wasted all that time smoking pot and posting on the internet. :loco:

Well hopefully someday I can get back on my feet


You have been living in your mom's basement for 30 years and you still haven't got your shit together?....Absolutely pathetic!
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Posted by Str8tEdge
19 Feb 2015, 9:34 am

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Well, this thread just turned gay as hell.
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Posted by GailyBee
19 Feb 2015, 9:22 am

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There is no debate about what the dulledge did.

He posted an individual's HIV status on a public chatboard. It mattered not that it was also posted on another site--or so he claims.

What matters is that the dulledge is a medical professional--or so he claims--and as such, should have NEVER posted anything about anyone else's medical situation.

Never. Ever.

He showed no--NO--professionalism at all by doing this.

There isn't anything else to say.



Now. Someone let the cat out and let's get back to the new stuff, instead of this tired rerun. :\
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Posted by Str8tEdge
19 Feb 2015, 9:48 am

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GailyBee » 19 Feb 2015 8:22 am wrote:
There is no debate about what the dulledge did.

He posted an individual's HIV status on a public chatboard. It mattered not that it was also posted on another site--or so he claims.

What matters is that the dulledge is a medical professional--or so he claims--and as such, should have NEVER posted anything about anyone else's medical situation.

Never. Ever.

He showed no--NO--professionalism at all by doing this.

There isn't anything else to say.


Now. Someone let the cat out and let's get back to the new stuff, instead of this tired rerun. :\


No, chuck posted Aaron's HIV status after Aaron himself made his HIV status public knowledge.

Nice try though. I'll give you a B- for the obvious attempt at character assassination.
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20 Feb 2015, 3:21 pm

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Cannonpointer » 20 Feb 2015 10:41 am wrote:
RichClem » 20 Feb 2015 10:03 am wrote:
What do liberals think is really unfair? Appraising the results of the more extreme versions of Socialism and their obvious failure. :clap:

The Greeks are quickly sending their money abroad to be held in Euros, in fear that Greece will be forced to leave the Eurozone and forcibly convert everyone's money into drachmas.
As bad as things are in Greece, they might get even worse.



The greeks are capitalist, queer.


Only to psychotics.

Capitalism is best described as economic freedom.

Greece’s economic freedom score is 54.0, making its economy the 130th freest in the 2015 Index. Its score has declined by 1.7 points since last year due to a substantial deterioration in the control of government spending and smaller declines in business freedom, labor freedom, and fiscal freedom. Greece is ranked 40th out of 43 countries in the Europe region, and its overall score is below the world and regional averages.

Since 2011, Greece’s economic freedom has declined by 6.3 points, with scores falling in seven of the 10 measured categories. Once ranked in the “moderately free” category, Greece is now considered “mostly unfree.” With the 10th largest score decline in the 2015 Index, Greece has recorded its lowest economic freedom score ever this year.
http://www.heritage.org/index/country/greece


You don;t get to pretend that singapore - which owns the means of production - is capitalist, AND pretend that greece is soshulilest.

One lie at a time, faggot.


You don't get to pretend that the least free aspects of Singapore represent the country in balanced perspective.


One psychotic lie at a time, psycho.
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Posted by Str8tEdge
22 Oct 2014, 6:13 pm

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Brattle Street » 22 Oct 2014 5:28 pm wrote:
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Coincidentally, that also happens to be the number of times you've REFUSED to state WHY you added my father to a post about the FDA and corruption.


When you FINALLY admit you attacked the FDA by insinuating it's a corrupt government agency like my father who did research for the FDA his entire life and I, you will then have the answer you are looking for, DUMBASS. :LOL: :LOL: :LOL:


the answer is in having the vomit nurse stand behind his words.
the vomit nurse continues his dodging
This is troll Crap diversion number 4.

this is the assertion made by the vomit nurse:
"babbles- I was for the FDA before I was against it!"


he refuses to defend that contention and will wiggle and run to the ends of the earth before he will admit that he is unable to defend that contention. He blurted idiocy and refuses to take responsibility for it. For some reason he still thinks he can outsmart me with troll crap. He will never be able to. He doesn't have the brains for it. For some reason he thinks that dreaming up some unrelated crap will serve as his required diversion, and that it is not obvious.

vomit nurse refuses to admit that he has NO DEFENSE for his asinine assertion as his ego demands. Ever single patient in the facility where he works, and every single relative of those patients should be privy to his childish decision making disaster.


Speaking of unproven assertions, you going to take a crack at proving my corruption there, sparky? :LOL: :LOL: :LOL: :LOL: :LOL: :LOL: Or the insinuation I learned it from my father? :huh:

Let me guess..... You're the ONLY one on the anonymous internet that can throw around baseless accusations... :rofl: :rofl: :rofl:
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Posted by Str8tEdge
21 Feb 2015, 9:15 am

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greatnpowerfuloz » 21 Feb 2015 7:56 am wrote:
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They fucked up 20% of the total forms. :rofl: :rofl: :rofl: That's pretty fucked up, nanny stater.


Yeah, it is. The major difference between a government fuck up and a private one is motivation and intent. Private companies fuck up on purpose to fuck customers out of more money. An error when rolling out a new procedure over malicious billing trickery? I'll give the incompetent bunglers another chance.


/yawn

1. Private business tends to actually PAY for their fuck ups, unlike the government.

2. You'd give the government another chance if they killed your mom cause you're a nanny stater and that's what nanny staters do.
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Posted by Rebel
21 Feb 2015, 10:04 am

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And the rethuglicans continue their treasonous efforts to turn the United States of America into a third-world oligarchy.
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Posted by nefarious101
21 Feb 2015, 11:15 am

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Mark Lindberg » 21 Feb 2015 9:58 am wrote:
Politics Without Honor
by Washington Post Editorial Board 2-20-15

The latest attacks on Mr. Obama say more about the attackers than about the President

A NOTABLE moment of the 2008 presidential campaign came when Republican nominee John McCain faced down at a rally some of the more vitriolic haters of Barack Obama, who were shouting that the Democrat was a “terrorist” and an “Arab.”

“No, ma’am,” Mr. McCain said. “He’s a decent family man [and] citizen that I just happen to have disagreements with on fundamental issues, and that’s what this campaign’s all about . . .

“We want to fight, and I will fight,” the candidate continued. “But I will be respectful. I admire Senator Obama and his accomplishments, and I will respect him.”

You might hope that such lessons in character wouldn’t need to be relearned, but if so you would be disappointed. At a private dinner Wednesday for Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker, a likely candidate for the 2016 GOP presidential nomination, former New York mayor Rudy Giuliani said:“I do not believe that the president loves America. He doesn’t love you. And he doesn’t love me. He wasn’t brought up the way you were brought up and I was brought up, through love of this country.”

Mr. Giuliani has dived off the deep end before, so there was nothing all that surprising in his latest poison. But as Post columnist Dana Milbank points out, his remarks presented an early test of character for Mr. Walker, and Mr. Walker failed spectacularly. At the dinner, the governor said nothing. Even the next morning, having had a night to ponder, Mr. Walker chose not to lift himself out of the Giuliani sewer. “The mayor can speak for himself. I’m not going to comment on what the president thinks or not. He can speak for himself as well,” Mr. Walker said on CNBC. “I’ll tell you, I love America, and I think there are plenty of people — Democrat, Republican, independent, everyone in between — who love this country.”

Mr. Walker likes to present himself as a man of courage, based on his record in Wisconsin, but maybe facing down public-sector unions doesn’t tell you all that much about the bravery of a Republican governor. On two occasions in recent days, he has proved himself incapable of saying basic truths that might offend some of his potential voters:
First, that evolution is real, and second, that an honorable politician criticizes his opponent’s policies, not his patriotism. Sen. Marco Rubio (R-Fla.) showed his understanding of that principle Friday when he said, “I believe the president loves America. His ideas are bad.”

Any reader of this page knows that we find plenty to criticize in Mr. Obama’s foreign policy. But the questions about his patriotism that emerge from a venomous stew of racism, xenophobia and echo-chamber cable television chatter are ludicrous and say a great deal more about the critics than about the object of their criticism. It was particularly pathetic to see Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal (R), another would-be president, scrambling to steal some of the spotlight of Mr. Walker’s cowardice by issuing a statement titled, “Gov. Jindal Refuses to Condemn Mayor Giuliani.” The only response to that can be, who cares?

We have entered what will be a long and often acrimonious campaign season. Let’s hope voters will find at least some candidates in both parties who can meet the McCain standard of common decency and common sense.

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I wonder how many conservatives here will side with Walker's, Guliani's and Jindal's incivility. Where in heck are the real leaders hiding?


Oh the outrage of it all. We should flail ourselves against the kitchen floor in an emotional fit of extasy so intense that one is carried beyond rational thought and self-control
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Posted by Str8tEdge
21 Feb 2015, 6:26 pm

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Cannonpointer » 21 Feb 2015 5:22 pm wrote:
Str8tEdge » 21 Feb 2015 5:20 pm wrote:

I'm sure you'll support your position 100% no matter how ridiculous it is or out of touch with scientific evidence and review. Kind of like claiming colloidal silver cures ebola. :rofl: :rofl: :rofl: :rofl: :rofl: :rofl: :rofl: :rofl: :rofl: :rofl: :rofl: :rofl: :rofl:


Piling on clem when he's down is cold, even for the guy that outed SAaron's HV status, devry.


Making baseless claims and bearing false witness against others is cold. You should change your name to Mr. Dry Ice.
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Posted by Vegas
22 Feb 2015, 9:26 pm

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Technocrat » 22 Feb 2015 7:50 pm wrote:

I completely destroyed you in the other thread so badly, you started babbling and drooling until you collected the paltry shreds of dignity enough to run run away to make another. :clap: :rofl:

lololololololololololololol


:rofl: :rofl: :rofl: :rofl: :rofl: :rofl: Delusions of grandeur. No my friend. I ended you on both discussions. I schooled you. I first caught you in your liberal tactics, from then on you became more and more desperate. I have an idea for you. Next time you even try to debate someone like me whose IQ towers over yours, you need to put down the lib tactics and pick up the logic skills. Otherwise, you don't stand a chance against me. I proved that in both discussions. Now run away little child.
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Posted by danobivins
24 Feb 2015, 10:05 am

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Somewhere, out there in the world, someplace, there,s a group of meanies hurting people.
This is so upsetting.
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25 Feb 2015, 9:33 am

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Misty » 24 Feb 2015 11:14 pm wrote:
golfboy » 24 Feb 2015 9:04 pm wrote:
Yes, Liberals Are Less Patriotic


Patriotism is loving your country enough to criticize it when it's wrong.
Nationalism is loving your country too much to admit its mistakes.
Liberals are patriots. Cons are nationalists.


Some conservatives are nationalists who are somewhat blind to our mistakes. Most are not.

Most liberals are delusional and/or hopelessly one-sided in their criticisms of the country's mistakes and non-mistakes.


The US is the moral light of the world, and honest liberals go absolutely bonkers when we make that claim.
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25 Feb 2015, 9:35 am

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Misty » 24 Feb 2015 11:14 pm wrote:
Liberals are patriots.


Given the evidence, that's mostly false.

And liberals are far, far less patriotic than conservatives are.


Anyone with eyes can see that.
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Posted by Str8tEdge
25 Feb 2015, 9:38 pm

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Liberals think 3 year old's have the cognitive ability to reason like adults. :LOL: :LOL: :LOL:

More like liberals have the cognitive ability of 3 year old's......

There are large periods of time in childhood where the only thing a child can understand is if you do THIS(inappropriate behavior), you're gonna get THIS(an ass whuppin).

Failure to physically discipline children when it's all they understand, leads to bratty fucking entitlement kids who want to commit suicide because liberal mommy took their new Iphone 6 away.

The OP linked junk science that REEKS of confirmation bias.
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Posted by Str8tEdge
25 Feb 2015, 8:45 pm

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five0pd310 » 25 Feb 2015 7:43 pm wrote:
Annoyed Liberall » 25 Feb 2015 6:42 pm wrote:

Is a hand print on the face of a 16 year old considered and injury? What does an injury involve?

I am open to that way of thinking. But, I don't understabd the reasoning behind it.

How does it make sense to teach not to hit by hitting?

You know how many women get involved with abusive men because they are used to being hit by their dad?


If you touch a hot stove you burn the shit out of your hand and you never touch it again, right? You learn not to burn yourself by being burned. Same thing with spanking and it works just as well with a lot of children.

A hand print on the face of a 16 year old? I guess i would have to know what the situation was that began it. Is it an injury? Technically, yes. Did the 16 year old earn it by hitting mom first? Was Dad just drunk and decided to smack the kiddos around? Just depends.


Physical discipline is the ONLY thing that works during the period of childhood where children are incapable of reasoning.

Idiots treating 3 year olds like adults are what's filling up our acute psych wards. :LOL:
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Annoyed Liberall » 25 Feb 2015 6:12 pm wrote:
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I gave you another for pointing it out. Keep your junk science out of other people's raising of their children.

The MAIN reason why children are so unruly, disrespectful and downright rude these days is not enough swats on the ass.

Link?


Sure. After you take a few human development courses so you'll be able to understand how stupid it is to claim spanking children isn't needed when they lack the cognitive ability to reason. :LOL: :LOL: :LOL: :LOL:
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Annoyed Liberall » 25 Feb 2015 6:06 pm wrote:
I see Str8 gave me a reddie.
No surprise he is in favor of smacking kids around.
I am sure the ones in the nut ward all strapped down are easy pickings.


I gave you another for pointing it out. Keep your junk science out of other people's raising of their children.

The MAIN reason why children are so unruly, disrespectful and downright rude these days is not enough swats on the ass.
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Annoyed Liberall » 25 Feb 2015 9:47 am wrote:
Spanking children can have long term effects.
Once you hit a child, you have lost control.

This is an opinion piece, but it links to the study being discussed.
http://www.cnn.com/2013/10/22/opinion/m ... index.html

http://healthland.time.com/2011/06/28/w ... your-kids/
Children who are spanked occasionally are not thought to be significantly impacted later on, but those who are spanked regularly are more likely to have behavior problems that may escalate into antisocial behavior. They may also be at greater risk for anxiety disorders or depression and ultimately may be more likely to engage in domestic violence and child abuse as adults.


http://abcnews.go.com/Health/spanking-k ... d=16695697

Childhood punishments such as spanking, slapping, and hitting – even in the absence of full-scale maltreatment – are associated with an increased risk of mental disorders in adulthood, researchers reported.
Adults who reported such punishments in their childhood had a greater risk of mood disorders, anxiety disorders, alcohol and drug abuse dependence, and several personality disorders, according to Tracie Afifi, PhD, of the University of Manitoba in Winnipeg, and colleagues.
Up to 7 percent of some adult disorders can be attributed to "harsh physical punishment" in childhood, Afifi and colleagues reported online in Pediatrics.


http://www.cbsnews.com/news/spanking-yo ... -by-age-9/
Spanking may leave a lasting impact on children, well past their initial punishment.
Children who were spanked often early in life by their mothers were more likely to be aggressive later in childhood compared to kids who weren't spanked at all, a study published in Pediatrics on Oct. 21 concluded. Being spanked by dads was also linked to vocabulary and language problems in kids.
"These effects are long-lasting. They aren't just short-term problems that wash out over time. And the effects were stronger for those who were spanked more than twice a week," co-author Michael MacKenzie, an associate professor at the Columbia University School of Social Work in New York, told HealthDay.


Crock of shit backed by junk science from a bunch of pussified progressives.

The long term affects of disciplining children when they are MENTALLY INCAPABLE of REASONING like an adult, is respectful, mindful, pleasant children.

You can ALWAYS tell progressive parents by how their kids act at the grocery store.
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Posted by GailyBee
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What this thread 'proves' ( :blink: ) is that 'cons' are judgmental and hateful.

That's all. Period.

There isn't anything here that 'proves' Liberals are less patriotic than anyone else. Not one thing.

This thread is an example of paranoia and small-mindedness--and not by the Liberals who have posted here.

You have fallen into the schoolyard vortex of mob mentality and it does not flatter you or show you to be more patriotic than the Liberals.

It shows you to be petty and grasping and afraid.

What a shame...
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