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#1463 Nov 14, 2013
sONE wrote:
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They are part of the Mexican people. They dont fight for change, they care for themselves and want their poor to be dealt with by the US and in the US. But regular US people, also harmed by globalist policies, are supposed to feel responsible, and if we dont, we are racist. pfffft.
USA is responsible. USA corporations, and racists like you.

I have seen this extensively. The white population of California, collectively, keeps Mexicans down.

And you can only ignore the facts about corporations' role in this. As long as you ignore the facts, you are irrelevant and don't expect your concerns to be taken seriously.

Those globalist policies are screwing people everywhere, and pertinent to this discussion, both Mexican and USA workers. Your natural allies, if you actually have the concerns you express, are the Mexican people. If you can't see that, then you're the enemy, by your own choice.

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#1464 Nov 14, 2013
aisling--- wrote:
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That's exactly is, sONE. What's even more telling is that they blame themselves. They actually believe that they owe them something/that they are entitled. That they are to blame for being too strict. It's insanity and exactly how a country commits suicide.
Good question as to how it happened. On a side note of sorts, I came across the following video. Granted that I'm not big on conspiracy theories but it's interesting what the woman being interviewed states w/respect to our education system/socialism/Marxism/the breaking down of society.
http://youtu.be/tqq3aduX4k0
Wow, she is a real insider, so to speak, as a daughter and granddaughter of those members. All those people in politics, media and education for a century or more, with the ever increasing influence in education and mind conditioning. And the NEA influence from behind the scenes. So interesting and scary.Scary because it seems to be working with ever increasing accuracy before our eyes. She seems very credible.

Thanks for the link, Aisling.
yop

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#1465 Nov 14, 2013
attai1 wrote:
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Sure sir this one is beyond "reason".
That being said their whitey silliness is quite entertaining sometimes.
Just like the KKK barmaid and her perpetual "fiance" :-)
a whiteboi
<their whitey silliness>:what a racist quotation mate.
are you sure you're a white dude?then you should be silly too

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#1466 Nov 14, 2013
Walls of Jericho wrote:
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Some people just spend their money wrong, yes.
You miss the point, which is that even the poor here in the USA (and other rich countries) are living high on the hog from the labor of 3rd world sweatshop and plantation workers.

There is nothing wrong with them having a flush toilet, cellphone or car.

As for spending money wrongly, what about the spoiled affluent pigs surrounded by pointless luxuries?

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#1467 Nov 14, 2013
aisling--- wrote:
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Of course you're waving one while you're wearing that hood pulled over your head.
COWARD.
He also waves the flag of Israel, so maybe you two can still be good friends?

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#1468 Nov 14, 2013
aisling--- wrote:
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The point was that people are so afraid of being deemed a "racist" at all costs.
You seem to LOVE being a racist. You revel in it. You wallow in it.

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#1469 Nov 14, 2013
sONE wrote:
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You know, I think people on the left, who describe themselves as liberal or leftists have a brain that is wired a certain way , a way in which they only understand what I call leftist speak. If a person does not express their views in a very narrow manner, then the leftist cannot understand anything they say and automatically call them racist.
Lame excuse... in fact you're irrational and blinded by bigotry.

You are obviously a racist, and a fascist as well. That makes you a traitor.

I do not advocate that traitors such as you be allowed oxygen.

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#1470 Nov 14, 2013
Ish Tov wrote:
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USA is responsible. USA corporations, and racists like you.
I have seen this extensively. The white population of California, collectively, keeps Mexicans down.
And you can only ignore the facts about corporations' role in this. As long as you ignore the facts, you are irrelevant and don't expect your concerns to be taken seriously.
Those globalist policies are screwing people everywhere, and pertinent to this discussion, both Mexican and USA workers. Your natural allies, if you actually have the concerns you express, are the Mexican people. If you can't see that, then you're the enemy, by your own choice.
Good gawd. You are a broken record. Most Whites are leaving California. Yes, I know globalist policies are screwing us all. Thats
why we should all fight them where we are. Everyone cant run to the US and Europe. We have our own struggles.

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#1471 Nov 14, 2013
Walls of Jericho wrote:
Why not dump your car and television, so you do not have to buy junk food everyday? Television is crap anyway, and you can use a bicycle or just take a walk... And the FAT problem is solved.
Not only the FAT problem is going to be solved, you will have more happiness as well. Television turns you into a zombie and a car makes you lazy...
I simply don't understand those people who use a car for something that's not far away. Just ride a damn bike, lol. But all in all, people on bicycles rule the streets here. That's good.
Hi Jericho :)

Well, I have a car, but I do walk to places that I can, and walk and hike just for the exercise and pleasure of it, and also ride a bike quite a bit.

I am working on getting rid of the TV, but it has been a slow process. I still like some movies, documentaries, oldies shows, dramas. etc. and would miss them at times. I dont think I saturate myself with junk TV. Most so called reality shows I have never watched.

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#1472 Nov 14, 2013
Ish Tov wrote:
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Lame excuse... in fact you're irrational and blinded by bigotry.
You are obviously a racist, and a fascist as well. That makes you a traitor.
I do not advocate that traitors such as you be allowed oxygen.
Yeah, yeah, blah, blah.
yop

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#1473 Nov 14, 2013
Ish Tov wrote:
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You miss the point, which is that even the poor here in the USA (and other rich countries) are living high on the hog from the labor of 3rd world sweatshop and plantation workers.
There is nothing wrong with them having a flush toilet, cellphone or car.
As for spending money wrongly, what about the spoiled affluent pigs surrounded by pointless luxuries?
You can find spoiled &affluent pigs surrounded by pointless luxuries even in the 3rd world countries.Actually,the places where there is an extrem poverty imply that there is extrem rich spoiled pigs as well.

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#1474 Nov 14, 2013
Ish Tov wrote:
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You miss the point, which is that even the poor here in the USA (and other rich countries) are living high on the hog from the labor of 3rd world sweatshop and plantation workers.
You're right, my bad.
Ish Tov wrote:
There is nothing wrong with them having a flush toilet, cellphone or car.
Well, I have a very old cellphone myself. I don't have a touch screen and internet on it and so on. And I don't own a car... If I had a car, I would only use it when I really needed it.

Yes, I might come over as a cheap guy. I know.
Ish Tov wrote:
As for spending money wrongly, what about the spoiled affluent pigs surrounded by pointless luxuries?
It's crazy indeed.

“Shadows- corner of hospital”

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#1475 Nov 14, 2013
sONE wrote:
<quoted text>Would I want to meet Stephen King? Yes, yes, a thousand times YES! I cant tell you how thrilled I would be if you could arrange that!

He is a long time favorite of mine also. I read his early books at a young age too, more like at the age of 9 or 10. I saw the movies at a really young as well. I believe Pet Semetary was the first Stephen King book that I read. Personally, I prefer his earlier books, maybe because they were ones that I read and re read first, and the first adult books of this genre that I read. Carrie may be my favorite S. King book of all. Yes, I see what you mean about his understanding of womens issues, emotions, etc. in Carrie. He is an AMAZING writer, a legend.

Im so sorry that you have a migraine, but glad to hear that you feel better now. Ive suffered with that myself, and fortunately it has been a very long time now since I have suffered with one. Do you experience them often?

Well, now Im even more excited. I know its not a done deal, but just the possibility is very exciting. Thank you so much for offering to try and arrange it. If you are able to arrange it, I will bring numerous books to have autographed, including some that my mom has had for decades. She will be jealous.
*Wicked*!!(Honestly, that's the best word to pick out of my NE vocabulary,-LoL-!) I have *always* wanted a reason to do that again, anyway.:D I'm so *happy* that you love Stephen King!

~lotsa hair flippin' goin' on here!~

I'll get *right* on it. I'm going to call my future father-in-law *tonight* about it.(I already call him "Dad"-- we have a really great relationship; I call my actual dad "Daddy"-- always have and always will!)
yop

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#1476 Nov 14, 2013
Ish Tov wrote:
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You seem to LOVE being a racist. You revel in it. You wallow in it.
What you say about islam is not wrong,i must admit.
But the way you talk about muslims show that you are a racist too.
But nevermind,everybody is more or less racist.Yet racism must be punished when it becomes an extrem pathologic behavior that can lead to insecurity like KKK or alqaida pro-islamism,or far right sionism for instance.

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#1477 Nov 14, 2013
sONE wrote:
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Good gawd. You are a broken record. Most Whites are leaving California. Yes, I know globalist policies are screwing us all. Thats
why we should all fight them where we are. Everyone cant run to the US and Europe. We have our own struggles.
Your struggle is obviously to maintain your white privilege, and white supremacy.

You are on the wrong side.

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#1478 Nov 14, 2013
sONE wrote:
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Hi Jericho :)
Hello sONE.
sONE wrote:
Well, I have a car, but I do walk to places that I can, and walk and hike just for the exercise and pleasure of it, and also ride a bike quite a bit.
Since when do you have a driver license? That's new to me. You are also a married woman now, right?

Anyway, it's good you are doing these other things as well. Driving and/or sitting in a car all day is not really healthy and personal. Sometimes it is good to get on your bike or take a walk to smell the nature and just talk to and make contact with random people.
sONE wrote:
I am working on getting rid of the TV, but it has been a slow process. I still like some movies, documentaries, oldies shows, dramas. etc. and would miss them at times.
If I have to watch something, I use my laptop. You can find every single thing you want or need. Much more useful than the daily propaganda on television.

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#1479 Nov 14, 2013
yop wrote:
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You can find spoiled &affluent pigs surrounded by pointless luxuries even in the 3rd world countries.Actually,the places where there is an extrem poverty imply that there is extrem rich spoiled pigs as well.
This is true.

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#1480 Nov 14, 2013
yop wrote:
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What you say about islam is not wrong,i must admit.
But the way you talk about muslims show that you are a racist too.
But nevermind,everybody is more or less racist.Yet racism must be punished when it becomes an extrem pathologic behavior that can lead to insecurity like KKK or alqaida pro-islamism,or far right sionism for instance.
Wrong. Moslems aren't a race.

I speak of jihadis. If a moderate Moslem wishes to live in peace and not go jihadi on everyone, then I have no problem with them.

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#1481 Nov 14, 2013
Lady Greensleeves wrote:
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*Wicked*!!(Honestly, that's the best word to pick out of my NE vocabulary,-LoL-!) I have *always* wanted a reason to do that again, anyway.:D I'm so *happy* that you love Stephen King!
~lotsa hair flippin' goin' on here!~
I'll get *right* on it. I'm going to call my future father-in-law *tonight* about it.(I already call him "Dad"-- we have a really great relationship; I call my actual dad "Daddy"-- always have and always will!)
Wicked indeed!!! Yay!*doing my happy dance, and flipping my hair*

THANK YOU, Lady Greensleeves! I told my husband that meeting Stephen King is a possibility and he is happy too :)

My husbands father had died before we met, so I only have a mother in law, Mama Gayle. My father is Daddy to me too. He is a sweetheart.

I hope you are feeling better.

Thanks again, so much.

“Shadows- corner of hospital”

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#1482 Nov 14, 2013
sONE wrote:
<quoted text>Would I want to meet Stephen King? Yes, yes, a thousand times YES! I cant tell you how thrilled I would be if you could arrange that!

He is a long time favorite of mine also. I read his early books at a young age too, more like at the age of 9 or 10. I saw the movies at a really young as well. I believe Pet Semetary was the first Stephen King book that I read. Personally, I prefer his earlier books, maybe because they were ones that I read and re read first, and the first adult books of this genre that I read. Carrie may be my favorite S. King book of all. Yes, I see what you mean about his understanding of womens issues, emotions, etc. in Carrie. He is an AMAZING writer, a legend.

Im so sorry that you have a migraine, but glad to hear that you feel better now. Ive suffered with that myself, and fortunately it has been a very long time now since I have suffered with one. Do you experience them often?

Well, now Im even more excited. I know its not a done deal, but just the possibility is very exciting. Thank you so much for offering to try and arrange it. If you are able to arrange it, I will bring numerous books to have autographed, including some that my mom has had for decades. She will be jealous.
Oh... migraines. In my excitement, I skipped that part.:)

I get them less often now than I did when I was a teenager, and still in my early 20s. I was a passenger in a very bad car accident when I was 16, which kickstarted the migraines. My Mom has migraines, too. About 20 years ago, she leaned into a broken kitchen chair and whacked her head against the wall. I hit my head in that car accident. Neither of us had migraine headaches before either of us had a trauma to the head.:/ It's one of the common ways that latent migraines can start, though.

When did you begin experiencing migraines? I'm sorry that you ever had them.:( I hope that you never have one again. They're *really* awful. I've had completely debilitating ones.

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