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danobivins » 19 Nov 2015 9:57 am » wrote:WTF izzat? I asked for a link. This bad link is referencing when the Jews got their asses handed to them by the Italians.

The destruction of the temple was the beginning of reformed Judaism. No more sacrifices of animals, no more burned offerings, no more Jewish State.
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danobivins » 15 Oct 2015 2:32 pm » wrote:
No way you could make 45k a yr, you're incapable of doing really simple math or reading carefully.
I made a hell of a lot more than 45k without ever having to add, subtract, or read. What's your point? Are you saying that education is directly correlative to income?

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danobivins » 15 Oct 2015 2:32 pm » wrote: No way you could make 45k a yr, you're incapable of doing really simple math or reading carefully.
He's a skilled master with an a card in a trade union.

I agree that his math skills are sketchy - but he's actually downplaying his income. That, or the poor bastard's math skills are **** him. :LOL:
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danobivins » 15 Oct 2015 12:07 pm » wrote:Public schools outperform private ones in teaching our kids math.
The top tax rate should be 60%, and it should kick in at 250k. No business or house type deductions.
Everyone making less than 30k should be exempt. All tips should be exempt.
So you think that my $45,000 a year salary should be cut down to $18,000? Why is it that the only idea you have is raping the middle class?

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danobivins » 31 Jan 2015 1:06 pm » wrote:Maybe Maher,s Israel fetish is based on career survival.
Hey, I,d go and give him a partial pass if he attacked all religions with equal mendacity, but he seems to give Judaism a pass and singles out Islam as worse than all the rest.
And I,ve never seen him lay into Israel in the past ten yrs, when there,s tonnes of opportunities.
This sums up the religion issue for me, it,s from the onion, but I think it,s the best thing they ever did.

http://www.theonion.com/articles/god-an ... -rule,222/
Yeah, virtually all of the **** that christians get **** for are right out of the torah - but no one dares to speak against the folks who still call the torah their law. Christians say that Chrsit fulfilled the law - that the law is a curse - that Christ's mission was to free us from the law. And Christ's gospel - the red letters - requires the parsing of a fanatical date rapist to find anything that a flower-haired hippie would find objectionable.

Yet, somehow, Bill manages to demonize Christians and run like a little ******* from hebrews. Don't get me wrong. I feel for homie. Nigga wants to work, ya feel me? But if you ain't got the balls to **** with the jews, then have the class to lay off ALL religions. Stand ip or sit down - we need to know where the seat goes, *******.

Now, I gotta check that Onion article. :)
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danobivins » 31 Jan 2015 2:29 pm » wrote: There are 2 schools of thought. No one denies that Christianity survived because of emporer Constantine. The question is, did he really see a apparition of the cross in the sky and the message *carry this and you will win your upcoming battle* (he did, on both counts) OR did he simply take the heat off Christianity (at that time a Jewish cult) and back it because all the educated citizens were Christians and he didn,t want to purge all the public offices, which would,ve been expensive and pissed off the population, since Christians occupied virtually all the bueurocracy (sic) positions requiring math, reading and writing.
I,m going with the latter.
Yeah. Either way, Christianity grew out of a governmental totalitarian power trip, while all other forms of religion were persecuted. Not unlike some of the tactics attempted by the "Christian" right these days, though I don't think their tactics are anywhere as successful as Constantine's massive state terrorism.
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danobivins » 31 Jan 2015 9:43 am » wrote:
I have a new found respect for Michael sheuer. A sinking respect for Maher. Hopefully, Maher will re-examine his beliefs.
Damn you!

Put Bivens on, you scoundrel! :D

Well done, my son. Good on ya. Standards. They're what separate the wheat from the crackers. Well, something.
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danobivins » 12 Jan 2015 9:25 am » wrote:Carter grew the economy much greater than Reagan.
Another anti-reality psychotic babbling in complete ignorance. :\

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danobivins » 31 Dec 2014 11:06 am » wrote:There was no *Reagan boom*. The cons live in a fantasy world of psychobabble.k
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danobivins » 31 Dec 2014 10:03 am » wrote:Let,s see.
A failed Hollywood actor that never had a hit movie...
Or a naval officer/nuclear physicist/successful businessman that negotiated a peace between Israel and the Arabs an got us out of a recession and is today one of the most revered ex-presidents?

Hmmmm. :D
Yeah, Carter is respected as, hint, hint, EX-president.


But he was a horrific failure in office.

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danobivins » 17 Dec 2014 1:13 pm » wrote:I thought it was 13T? Laffin.
You need to read, moonbat. I said Obama's NEW debt. It was $10 when he took office, it's now $18?
Can you do math?
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Cannonpointer » 15 Oct 2014 10:46 am » wrote:Facts suck when you're a progressive.
Technocrat » 04 Sep 2014 12:15 pm » wrote: British invented English, you know.
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danobivins » 13 Nov 2014 9:25 am » wrote:Poor goofboy. Too ignorant to debate, too stupid to shutup.
That will be $1 for copyright infringement.
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golfboy » 18 Jun 2014 12:23 pm » wrote: This is a simple question, with a simple answer. Their actions determine if they are a good guy, or bad guy.
golfboy » 19 Jun 2014 4:06 pm » wrote: Yes. That's exactly what you have to do.
Unless of course you want to reimpose profiling.
danobivins » 25 Jun 2014 7:08 pm » wrote:I guess courtrooms shouldn't ban people from carrying guns in cuz that would be "profiling".
What about the Capitol Building? Why aren't people allowed to bring guns in there?
If, according to Golfboy, I have no other choice but to sit in a restaurant and wonder if I'm going to get shot any minute, why doesn't that also apply to members of Congress?
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danobivins » 15 May 2014 7:27 pm » wrote:
Ahhh..a self-aware ****. :rofl:
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