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snide comments about Jeb buying his wife jewelry Really, snide comments are out of order. Keep still and let the government tax Jeb for handing out too much sugar.
My regard for the Washington Times just tumbled. NO website should launch into video/audio without an explicit invitation from the recipient. I put the WT Lerner link in a new tab to look at it at my leisure, not at the whim of the Washington Times that decided they were going to intrude on me listening to another video on a different page. While I seldom resort to four letter expletives, one is called for now. F*** 'em! And the horse they road in on. Searching through dozens of tabs to find the one needle in a haystack that is broadcasting is an unnecessary burden they put me through. [BTW: in light of the news this week, I find myself inching closer to using expletives more . . . ah . . . liberally. Too many people need the 2x4 treatment to get their heads out of their . . . Well, enough of that for now.
It’s been a tough day. The only thing to do on a tough day is . . . . . . be happy anyway! Happy birthday, Dave in MA!
I have seen Zero quake. When his teleprompter fails.
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When it comes to whether Obama is a Christian, an atheist, or a Muslim, in my considered opinion, he is an assh*le.
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What do we do? Replace Congress because they certainly won’t impeach him.
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ch at 10:07 -- lol!
Toggle Commented 7 days ago on That Weird "Rule of Law" Thingy at JustOneMinute
possibly do you have a link? Sorry, daddy, but it is not done yet and you wouldn't want to read it -- a 20-30 page shredding of the social studies frameworks. And it was only a reference:The burdensome nature of Version 0.9 of the frameworks so weigh down teachers and students they will yearn for a simpler, more elegant model much like Ptolemy’s students sought methods better than the complex deferents and epicycles they were taught to describe retrograde planetary orbits. The frameworks need their Copernicus and Kepler. Quick! Copy boy! Get me a blue pencil! Stat!
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daddy, I just happened to write about ptolemy and Copernicus’ better idea in a piece earlier today. Coincidence?
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Loved my Life’s Little Instruction Calendar Volume XIX entry for Feb. 18th: Never let an enemy give you a haircut.
Toggle Commented Feb 19, 2015 on That Weird "Rule of Law" Thingy at JustOneMinute
exd, the second issue I raised is similar to what you say needs to be discussed.
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DrJ: I was the first to see her out of the chador. . . . The talk here of banning Muslims I find very distasteful. DrJ, I don’t think banning Muslims is the answer either. People sign on to peaceful problem resolution by their actions. To do that, I don’t mind following up on reasonable suspicion. One’s religion is not a get out of jail free card. I am more interested in the problem of chadors, etc. and the imprisoning by one person of another person by requiring specific clothing. I also wonder how best to deal with students. Does one ban chadors in school? In public? And what recourse would one relative have to defend oneself against another.
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I would think that there is a statistical pattern of filing suits that suggest the DOJ is exercising racially discriminatory tactics.
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Free speech. . . . is not a club to bludgeon people.
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That is a perspective I hadn't thought about. Really? How about when Stalin allied with Hitler against the West. How well did that go for Stalin? We’re going to partner with Shia meglomaniacs agagin Sunni meglomaniacs and think we won’t pay for it?
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So when Obama calls the German leader Angela, does that signal disrespect? Rhetorical question.
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The NYTimes takes sides with a headline presuming a stay is an assault on immigration. How disturbing that should be to any reader.
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Janet, in your follow-up letter to Beyer, suggest he please try not to misinform constituents because Bohehner DID inform the administration in advance. They just did not care to listen.
Whew! Made it to the end of the thread. HB, GUS!
We cannot kill our way out of this war. Not asking for that. Just thinning out the gene pool of those who want to kill me.
Or someone who is actually, you know, compassionate.
I will take a pass. I am worried about ISIS and Obama's refusal to fight. The Atlantic article adds interesting perspective. It makes me want to separate the two. ISIS is a distinct military and philosophical problem. Obama wants to bleed American wealth and resolve. Two separate issues that need to be dealt with.
A E H I K L M N O P U W Didn’t he play for the Cleveland Browns?
Rats!
now has 95.7 inches<9/i> A mere dusting. North of us on the Tug Hill, per Wikipedia: > snowfall totals for the Tug Hill region average more than 200 inches (16.7 ft; 5.1 m) per winter. > The Tug Hill town of Montague in Lewis County recorded the unofficial New York State 24-hour snowfall record of 77 inches (6.4 ft; 2.0 m) in January 1997. > Hooker (a hamlet in the town of Montague) holds the state record for snowfall in a single season, after accumulating 466.9 inches (38.91 ft; 11.86 m) of snow during the winter of 1976-1977. We have both the machinery to move snow and the places to put it.