Who do you support for U.S. Senate in...
Rob

Denver, CO

#38539 Mar 17, 2013
It's better than what you flakes keep spewing over and over again. My observation you apparently like when some poster gets under your skin. You bask in the attention. I find that sick. Unhealthy. Lack of morals for one self. A little education can do you some good.
Rob

Denver, CO

#38540 Mar 17, 2013
waco1909 wrote:
<quoted text> ARE YOU insane? Or do you just travel from forum to forum with old trivia that everybody already knows? Did you know, that if every mountain in Colorado was stacked one on top of the other, the total height would be taller than a mouses ass?
I won't stoop to your level dude with the "ARE YOU insane"? Noticed your on here twelve hours a day basking in the glory of fake posters using other peoples names. Now ask your self ARE YOU insane? I rest my case. Next time I'll skip over you.

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Since: May 12

Houston

#38541 Mar 17, 2013
Rob wrote:
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I won't stoop to your level dude with the "ARE YOU insane"? Noticed your on here twelve hours a day basking in the glory of fake posters using other peoples names. Now ask your self ARE YOU insane? I rest my case. Next time I'll skip over you.
You pay a lot of attention to me.I'm no fake poster.There are a lot of fake posters using my moniker.So what? If you weren't so sensitive, you would have noticed that my post to you was facetious.What do you care anyway? Just another person doesn't have the balls to sign in, ace.

Since: Sep 12

Location hidden

#38542 Mar 17, 2013
Rob wrote:
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I won't stoop to your level dude with the "ARE YOU insane"? Noticed your on here twelve hours a day basking in the glory of fake posters using other peoples names. Now ask your self ARE YOU insane? I rest my case. Next time I'll skip over you.
Yet, here you are, doing exactly what you chastise someone else. It's like you MUST respond, it's like "righting a wrong". The truth is, after awhile, some people will not take the "verbal bullying" anymore. As posted on here before, there are laws against that and it seems topix chooses to ignore the vile statements posted on here. So, we are left on our own. It's strange though when I first join the "party" here it was a great forum. Now, not so much.

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Since: May 12

Houston

#38543 Mar 17, 2013
Rob wrote:
It's better than what you flakes keep spewing over and over again. My observation you apparently like when some poster gets under your skin. You bask in the attention. I find that sick. Unhealthy. Lack of morals for one self. A little education can do you some good.
I made you mad, now everyone on this forum is a"flake".Chill. What does" lack of morals for one self"mean, by the way? Flunk grammar old boy? No one can match me for factual information.EVERYBODY is good at something, even old waco.Try not to take this Topix thing so seriously, its a pleasant diversion at best.

Since: Sep 12

Location hidden

#38544 Mar 17, 2013
Allen wrote:
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He should have served the bastards cornpone, potlikker, and collard greens. Then explained, that this meal was due to budget cuts. Could you just imagine the looks on their faces? Lmao. How many of them do you think would have sat down to a meal like that, without complaining?
The President wouldn't even eat lobster, what will it take to make that man happy? Rhubarb pie, not blueberry?

Since: Sep 12

Location hidden

#38545 Mar 17, 2013
Rob wrote:
The safest spot on earth is 700 miles from us in Colorado. It is a super secure military command center called NORAD. There in the Rockies under Cheyenne mountain a mile deep in the granite corridors, is the heart of Americas missile defense center. The main entrance to the complex is approximately 1/3 of a mile from the North Portal via a tunnel which leads to a pair of steel blast doors each weighing 25 tons. Behind the 25 ton blast doors is a steel building complex built within a 4.5 acre grid of excavated chambers and tunnels and surrounded by 2,000 feet of granite. Excavation began for the new NORAD combat operations center in Cheyenne mountain in may 1961.
The excavation was nearly complete one year later. Built at the height of the cold war and able to with stand any bomb blast, chemical or biological weapon. It is self sustaining for those inside for two years but only if you can get there before any attacks.
BTW, what is the reason for this post?

Since: Sep 12

Location hidden

#38546 Mar 17, 2013
The main setting of Stargate SG-1, the fictional Stargate Command (SGC) at the (real) Cheyenne Mountain Air Force Station near Colorado Springs, Colorado, was filmed at stage 5 of The Bridge Studios.[31] Martin Wood filmed half a dozen stock shots of the real Cheyenne Mountain complex for use in the series approximately ten days before the premiere of the pilot episode. Although these shots wore out over the years, the producers did not film new shots until the beginning of season 9, thinking that Stargate SG-1 would be cancelled after each current year.[35][36] By then, visitor questions and fan theories about the existence of a Stargate at the real Cheyenne Mountain complex had become so common that Cheyenne Mountain had installed a seemingly high-security door labeled "Stargate Command" for one of their storage rooms holding brooms and detergent.[37]Hollywood carries clout.

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Since: May 12

Houston

#38547 Mar 17, 2013
emlu wrote:
<quoted text>BTW, what is the reason for this post?
There's the real mystery.However, James Arness used a Colt single action army replica on"Gunsmoke", with a seven and a half inch barrel.This was unusual, as the"bad guys"usually used the longer barreled guns back then in movies and TV, but in this case Arness was the one using the longer gun.Well , since we were just throwing aimless facts around,I thought I'd get in on this.

Since: Sep 12

Location hidden

#38548 Mar 17, 2013
"Turn about is fair play" I love it, makes the playing field level. Judge away, seems you can make some people do anything. Knee-jerk/predictable.
TSF

Angier, NC

#38550 Mar 17, 2013
Good idea. After they finished their blow out from the collard greens, one flush would end the republikan pestilence.
Allen wrote:
<quoted text>
He should have served the bastards cornpone, potlikker, and collard greens. Then explained, that this meal was due to budget cuts. Could you just imagine the looks on their faces? Lmao. How many of them do you think would have sat down to a meal like that, without complaining?

“Vote”

Since: May 12

Houston

#38551 Mar 17, 2013
TSF wrote:
Good idea. After they finished their blow out from the collard greens, one flush would end the republikan pestilence.
<quoted text>
I guess we're lucky this isn't 1820, somebody might challenge you to a duel.
TSF

Angier, NC

#38552 Mar 17, 2013
My pleasure if its a republikan challenger. An opportunity to make the world a better place.
waco1909 wrote:
<quoted text> I guess we're lucky this isn't 1820, somebody might challenge you to a duel.

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Since: May 12

Houston

#38553 Mar 17, 2013
TSF wrote:
My pleasure if its a republikan challenger. An opportunity to make the world a better place.
<quoted text>
I hope it hasn't come to that.If politics is THAT partisan, we're all in trouble.
Allen

Robbins, NC

#38554 Mar 17, 2013
emlu wrote:
<quoted text>The President wouldn't even eat lobster, what will it take to make that man happy? Rhubarb pie, not blueberry?
Don't blame him. Imo, lobster and scallops are like chewing a sponge, lol. As far as the pie, heck give me rhubarb and strawberry over blueberry any day.

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Since: May 12

Houston

#38555 Mar 17, 2013
Allen wrote:
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Don't blame him. Imo, lobster and scallops are like chewing a sponge, lol. As far as the pie, heck give me rhubarb and strawberry over blueberry any day.
What kind of psycho doesn't like blueberry pie?
Allen

Robbins, NC

#38556 Mar 17, 2013
waco1909 wrote:
<quoted text> What kind of psycho doesn't like blueberry pie?
You are a psycho. Now just where in my post did you hear, I don't like blueberry pie? The word "over" in that post represents choice. Meaning if I had a choice between the two, I would choose rhubarb. Wtf?

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Since: May 12

Houston

#38557 Mar 17, 2013
Allen wrote:
<quoted text>
You are a psycho. Now just where in my post did you hear, I don't like blueberry pie? The word "over" in that post represents choice. Meaning if I had a choice between the two, I would choose rhubarb. Wf?
My, my aren't we"serious"! Did you have your sense of humor excised at birth? Calling you a"psycho"because you prefer one pie over another, is s ridiculous overstatement, for the purpose of humor.jeeze.

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Since: May 12

Houston

#38558 Mar 17, 2013
Yes folks, I actually meant that Allen was psychotic, for preferring one pie over another, and should be placed in an institution for the criminally insane for the duration of her life.Good grief!

“Arch Nemisis of Democrats”

Since: Jun 12

Location hidden

#38559 Mar 17, 2013
waco1909 wrote:
<quoted text> I hope it hasn't come to that.If politics is THAT partisan, we're all in trouble.
Guess TSF has never heard of the BRAS method.

Breath, Relax, Aim, Squeeze.

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