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Jacques Ottawa

Toronto, Canada

#132533 Dec 10, 2012
Jacques Ottawa wrote:
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What'd I tell ya, Poppo? The bum invents, the bum is challenged, the bum tells you to do his leg work. Oh, Poppo, did you see his election-day predictions that I re-posted? And did you see his response? Scroll forward, ha ha, instead of hiding in shame, he shouts blowhard eptiteths. Birther lying trash
Poppo wrote:
<quoted text>
They all made pretty tall predictions before the election. Romney was leading everywhere according to them. They had that same feeling they get before every court hearing until their balloon gets pricked.
Well, you know, Poppo, shortly after Novembr 6, I mentioned LRS's election predictions and how prematurely triumphant they were. He challenged me to show him said boasts and predictions. I did. His reaction ? Ballistic. Such is birfoostan. I did love the way he totally lost it yesterday, though. But , enough is enough,'cuz I have this feeling, like it's no longer fun to constantly best a child or a moron. So unless he really pleads for it, I'm gonna let him slither along and ignore him.
Jacques Ottawa

Toronto, Canada

#132534 Dec 10, 2012
Rogue Scholar 05 wrote:
Rogue Scholar 05 wrote:
They found out why Mitt Romney lost the election!
Romney said, "When I'm elected, I will put Americans back to work.
And 51% of the Americans said, "Foock that!"
<quoted text>
Typical Libtardian Logic.
Re-read your post most carefully, Rogue. YOU said 51% replied "Foock that". Well, don't you agree, it's clear, that 51%dont want to go back to work.
Jacques Ottawa

Toronto, Canada

#132535 Dec 10, 2012
Rogue Scholar 05 wrote:
<quoted text>
The new president of Egypt has sacked the military leadership and the new military leadership are all aligned with the Muslim Brotherhood. IMHO we should cut off funding to their military.
Wait. Who are these hundreds of thousands of Egyptians in the street? Should we not give them some encouragement? And, as Poppo wrote, has the agreement with Israel been broken? Has Egypt threatened Israel? Good thing you're not in charge. Wait.
ronone

Pittsburgh, PA

#132536 Dec 10, 2012
youtube.com/watch... …Obama should be impeached,however does someone know how we do this?
Impeach Obama...

Since: May 10

Location hidden

#132537 Dec 10, 2012
Oh, the friend who sent this to me is an Okie and he is a retired Army CW5. Just in case you don't know, Generals may talk to God, but God will talk to Chief Warrant Officers.

His name was Bubba, he was from Oklahoma and he needed a loan, so he walked into a bank in New York City and asked for the loan officer. He told the loan officer that he was going to Paris for an International Redneck Festival for two weeks and needed to borrow $5,000 and that he was not a depositor of the bank. The bank officer told him that the bank would need some form of security for the loan, so the Redneck handed over the keys to a new Ferrari. The car was parked on the street in front of the bank. The Redneck produced the title and everything checked out. The loan officer agreed to hold the car as collateral for the loan and apologized for having to charge 12% interest.

Later, the bank's president and its officers all enjoyed a good laugh at the Redneck from the South for using a $250,000 Ferrari as collateral for a $5,000 loan. An employee of the bank then drove the Ferrari into the bank's private underground garage and parked it.

Two weeks later, the Redneck returned, repaid the $5,000 and the interest of $23.07. The loan officer said, "Sir, we are very happy to have had your business, and this transaction has worked out very nicely, but we are a little puzzled. While you were away, we checked you out on Dunn & Bradstreet and found that you are a Distinguished Alumni from the University of Oklahoma, a highly sophisticated investor and multi-millionaire with real estate and financial interests all over the world. Your investments include a large number of wind turbines around Sweetwater, Texas. What puzzles us is why would you bother to borrow $5,000?"

The good 'ole boy replied, "Where else in New York City can I park my car for two weeks for only $23.07 and expect it to be there when I return?"

Keep an eye on those southern boys ... Just because we talk funny does not mean we're stupid!

Jacques Ottawa

Toronto, Canada

#132538 Dec 10, 2012
Rogue Scholar 05 wrote:
Oh, the friend who sent this to me is an Okie and he is a retired Army CW5. Just in case you don't know, Generals may talk to God, but God will talk to Chief Warrant Officers.
His name was Bubba, he was from Oklahoma and he needed a loan, so he walked into a bank in New York City and asked for the loan officer. He told the loan officer that he was going to Paris for an International Redneck Festival for two weeks and needed to borrow $5,000 and that he was not a depositor of the bank. The bank officer told him that the bank would need some form of security for the loan, so the Redneck handed over the keys to a new Ferrari. The car was parked on the street in front of the bank. The Redneck produced the title and everything checked out. The loan officer agreed to hold the car as collateral for the loan and apologized for having to charge 12% interest.
Later, the bank's president and its officers all enjoyed a good laugh at the Redneck from the South for using a $250,000 Ferrari as collateral for a $5,000 loan. An employee of the bank then drove the Ferrari into the bank's private underground garage and parked it.
Two weeks later, the Redneck returned, repaid the $5,000 and the interest of $23.07. The loan officer said, "Sir, we are very happy to have had your business, and this transaction has worked out very nicely, but we are a little puzzled. While you were away, we checked you out on Dunn & Bradstreet and found that you are a Distinguished Alumni from the University of Oklahoma, a highly sophisticated investor and multi-millionaire with real estate and financial interests all over the world. Your investments include a large number of wind turbines around Sweetwater, Texas. What puzzles us is why would you bother to borrow $5,000?"
The good 'ole boy replied, "Where else in New York City can I park my car for two weeks for only $23.07 and expect it to be there when I return?"
Keep an eye on those southern boys ... Just because we talk funny does not mean we're stupid!
Good one, at long last, though I think, not sure, I've seen it here before. Worth repeating, however. And the interest at $23.07 for 2 weeks is correct to the penny.

Since: May 10

Location hidden

#132539 Dec 10, 2012
The European Commission has just announced an agreement whereby English will be the official language of the European Union rather than German, which was the other possibility.

As part of the negotiations, the British Government conceded that English spelling had some room for improvement and has accepted a 5- year phase-in plan that would become known as "Euro-English".
In the first year, "s" will replace the soft "c".. Sertainly, this will make the sivil servants jump with joy. The hard "c" will be dropped in favour of "k". This should klear up konfusion, and keyboards kan have one less letter.

There will be growing publik enthusiasm in the sekond year when the troublesome "ph" will be replaced with "f".. This will make words like fotograf 20% shorter.

In the 3rd year, publik akseptanse of the new spelling kan be expekted to reach the stage where more komplikated changes are possible.

Governments will enkourage the removal of double letters which have always ben a deterent to akurate speling.

Also, al wil agre that the horibl mes of the silent "e" in the languag is disgrasful and it should go away.

By the 4th yer people wil be reseptiv to steps such as replasing "th" with "z" and "w" with "v".

During ze fifz yer, ze unesesary "o" kan be dropd from vords kontaining "ou" and after ziz fifz yer, ve vil hav a reil sensi bl riten styl.

Zer vil be no mor trubl or difikultis and evrivun vil find it ezi TU understand ech oza. Ze drem of a united urop vil finali kum tru.

Und efter ze fifz yer, ve vil al be speking German like zey vunted in ze forst plas.

If zis mad you smil, pleas pas on to oza pepl.










Jacques Ottawa

Toronto, Canada

#132540 Dec 10, 2012
Rogue Scholar 05 wrote:
<quoted text>
The new president of Egypt has sacked the military leadership and the new military leadership are all aligned with the Muslim Brotherhood. IMHO we should cut off funding to their military.
I thought the military leadership had already been sacked two or three months ago, no?

Don't worry, all Morsi needs to do is go too far with his constitution and the army will come right back - not that this will improve the situation in many ways, but the army's against a Moslem theocracy, so that alone is an improvement.

Since: May 10

Location hidden

#132541 Dec 10, 2012
ORIGIN OF THE WORD AVIATOR

This explains it all. Aviators come from a long line of a secret society, formed around one thousand years ago. They are warriors, and here is the proof! Ground pounders can read it and weep!

A little known fact is the origin of the word, "Aviator." In the immortal words of Johnny Carson: "I did not know that."

Phu Khen (pronounced Foo Ken) 1169-? is considered by some to be the most under-recognized military officer in history. Many have never heard of his contributions to modern military warfare. The mission of this secret society is to bring honor to the name of Phu Khen.

A 'Khen' was a subordinate to a 'Khan'(pronounced 'konn') in the military structure of the Mongol hordes. Khan is Turkish for leader. Most know of the great Genghis Khan, but little has been written of his chain of command.

Khen is also of Turkish origin. Although there is not a word in English that adequately conveys the meaning. Roughly translated, it means, "One who will do the impossible, while appearing unprepared and complaining constantly."

Phu Khen was one of ten Khens that headed the divisions, or groups of hordes, as they were known, of the Mongol Army serving under Genghis Khan. His abilities came to light during the Mongols' raids on the Turkistan city of Bohicaroo. Bohicans were fierce warriors and the city was well fortified. The entire city was protected by huge walls and the hordes were at a standoff with the Bohicans. Bohicaroo was well-stocked and it would be difficult to wait them out. Genghis Khan assembled his Khens and ordered each of them to develop a plan for penetrating the defenses of Bohicaroo.

Operation Achieve Victory (AV) was born. All 10 divisions of Khens submitted their plan. Afte reviewing AV plans 1 thru 7 and finding them all unworkable or ridiculous, Genghis Khan was understandably upset.

It was with much perspiration that Phu Khen submitted his idea, which came to be known as AV 8. Upon seeing AV 8, Genghis was convinced this was the perfect plan and gave his immediate approval. The plan was beautifully simple. Phu Khen would arm his hordes to the teeth, load them into catapults, and hurl them over the wall. The losses were expected to be high, but hey, hordes were cheap! Those that survived the flight would engage the enemy in combat. Those that did not? Well, surely their flailing bodies would cause some damage.

The plan worked and the Bohicans were defeated. From that day on, whenever the Mongol Army encountered an insurmountable enemy, Genghis Khan would give the order, "Send some of Phu Khen's AV 8-ers."

This is believed, though not by anyone outside our secret society, to be the true origin of the word Aviator (AV 8-er).

Phu Khen's AV 8-ers were understandably an unruly mob, not likely to be socially acceptable. Many were heavy drinkers and insomniacs. But when nothing else would do, you could always count on an AV 8-er. A Phu Khen Aviator. Denied, perhaps rightfully so, his place in history, Phu Khen has been, nonetheless, immortalized in prose.

As the great poet Norman Lear never once said:
"There once was a man named Phu Khen, Whose breakfast was whiskey and gin. When e'er he'd fly, he'd give a mighty war cry: Bend over, here it comes again."

Consider it an honor to be a Phu Khen Aviator. Wear the mantle proudly, but speak of it cautiously. It is not always popular to be one of us.

You hear mystical references, often hushed whispers, to 'those Phu Khen Aviators.' Do not let these things bother you. As with any secret society, we go largely misunderstood, prohibited by our apathy from explaining ourselves.

You are expected to always live down to the reputation of the Phu Khen Aviator... a reputation cultivated for centuries, undaunted by scorn or ridicule, unhindered by progress. So drink up, be crude, sleep late, urinate in public, and get the job done.

When others are offended, you can revel in the knowledge that YOU are a PHU KHEN AVIATOR!


Since: May 10

Location hidden

#132542 Dec 10, 2012
Jacques Ottawa wrote:
<quoted text>
Good one, at long last, though I think, not sure, I've seen it here before. Worth repeating, however. And the interest at $23.07 for 2 weeks is correct to the penny.
My friend worked his way through college in the late 1960's working for Aero Commander where is also helped build Arnold Palmer's AC 560F plane.
http://www.abpic.co.uk/photo/1039378/
Arnold has been flying Cessna Citation business jets for decades now but if you ever see a plane who's N-number ends with "AP", it is probably, or was, one of Arny's planes.
The last I heard Arny has over 18,000 total flying time which for a non-commercial pilot is almost unheard of.

Since: May 10

Location hidden

#132543 Dec 10, 2012
For those of you who do not know, to be a pilot flying commercial passenger planes you must have a Class-1 FAA flight physical which means you can not be over 60 years old. But as long as you can pass a Class-2, you can fly non-passenger commercial aircraft. But who wants to fly rubber dog-shit out of China?
none shadowreports posts

Huntley, IL

#132544 Dec 10, 2012
It seems to me it's too late and is now a mute point.

Since: May 10

Location hidden

#132545 Dec 10, 2012
Just in case you do not know what a Areo Commander Srike Commander is they were built form the early 1950's well into the 1970's.
And if you don't know who Bob Hover is, he is a legion in his own time. Gen. Doolittle said he was the best stick and rudder pilot he had ever met.

Interesting story.
http://www.youtube.com/watch...
He retired about a decade ago but apparently he is still kicking.

Since: May 10

Location hidden

#132546 Dec 10, 2012
Rogue Scholar 05 wrote:
<quoted text>
The new president of Egypt has sacked the military leadership and the new military leadership are all aligned with the Muslim Brotherhood. IMHO we should cut off funding to their military.
Jacques Ottawa wrote:
<quoted text>
I thought the military leadership had already been sacked two or three months ago, no?
Don't worry, all Morsi needs to do is go too far with his constitution and the army will come right back - not that this will improve the situation in many ways, but the army's against a Moslem theocracy, so that alone is an improvement.
I don't know about the Army hanging in there. They have probably purged anyone who is not part of the Muslim Brotherhood.
LRS

Shreveport, LA

#132547 Dec 10, 2012
Jacques Ottawa wrote:
Jacques Ottawa wrote:
<quoted text>
What'd I tell ya, Poppo? The bum invents, the bum is challenged, the bum tells you to do his leg work. Oh, Poppo, did you see his election-day predictions that I re-posted? And did you see his response? Scroll forward, ha ha, instead of hiding in shame, he shouts blowhard eptiteths. Birther lying trash
<quoted text>
Well, you know, Poppo, shortly after Novembr 6, I mentioned LRS's election predictions and how prematurely triumphant they were. He challenged me to show him said boasts and predictions. I did. His reaction ? Ballistic. Such is birfoostan. I did love the way he totally lost it yesterday, though. But , enough is enough,'cuz I have this feeling, like it's no longer fun to constantly best a child or a moron. So unless he really pleads for it, I'm gonna let him slither along and ignore him.
Who lost it Lunasquid? You did. When? Friday night! And it was HILARIOUS! And you're right, I'm not doing your legwork, lazyazz. What, do you feel ENTITLED to someone doing your legwork? LMAO!!! Stark raving lunatic running like a scalded azz ape! LMAO!!!

“ad maiora nati sumus ”

Since: Sep 09

Justice Scalia is an Oxymoron

#132549 Dec 10, 2012
Rogue Scholar 05 wrote:
Absent any amendments to Article II Section 1 Clause 4, the natural born Citizen requirement is still the supreme Law of the Land. The Founding Fathers were very careful in their wording of the Constitution. The words “natural born Citizen” are used only once and that is when the Founding Fathers were discussing the qualifications to hold the highest office of Government. The historical thread from Vattel thru the first Naturalization Law to Chief Justice Morrison Waite’s 1874 Supreme Court opinion is consistent. Each one identifies the requirement that the parents must be citizens in order for their child to be natural born. President
Courts have recognized that the drafters of the constitution of whom most were lawyers were influenced by the principles and history of the common law that we inherited from the English.“The principles and history of the common law were well known to the framers of the Constitution and the members of the First Congress; it was from that system that their terminology was derived; and the provisions of the Constitution and contemporaneous legislation must be interpreted accordingly.” Southern Pacific Co. v. Jensen, 244 US 205, 230 (1917)(Pitney, J. dissenting); See also Smith v. Alabama, 124 U. S. 465, 478 (1888)(“The interpretation of the Constitution of the United States is necessarily influenced by the fact that its provisions are framed in the language of the English common law, and are to be read in the light of its history.”)

Since the drafters of the Constitution wrote it in the language of the English common law then according to statutory construction that unless otherwise defined in the Constitution, words are to be taken at their ordinary and contemporary meaning.“ A fundamental canon of statutory construction is that, unless otherwise defined, words will be interpreted as taking their ordinary, contemporary, common meaning.” Perrin v. United States, 444 US 37,42 (1979).

Moreover, if the use of words in the Constitution have a common law meaning then the courts must infer the incorporation of this common law meaning unless the language of the Constitution compels a different meaning.”[G]uided by the principle that where words are employed in a statute which had at the time a well-known meaning at common law or in the law of this country they are presumed to have been used in that sense unless the context compels to the contrary.” Standard Oil Co. of NJ v. United Sates, 221 US 1, 59 (1911)

Furthermore, if words were created not by positive law but rather by judicially created concept then any interpretation of those words other than their common law meaning must be specific and clear. "The normal rule of statutory construction is that if Congress intends for legislation to change the interpretation of a judicially created concept, it makes that intent specific." Stillians v. Iowa, 843 F.2d 276, 280 (8th Cir.1988)(quoting Midlantic Nat'l Bank v. New Jersey Dep't of Envtl. Protection, 474 U.S. 494, 106 S.Ct. 755, 88 L.Ed.2d 859 (1986)). Thus, it is proper to consider that Congress acts with knowledge of existing law, and that "absent a clear manifestation of contrary intent, a newly-enacted or revised statute is presumed to be harmonious with existing law and its judicial construction." Johnson v. First Nat'l Bank of Montevideo, 719 F.2d 270, 277 (8th Cir.1983), cert. denied, 465 U.S. 1012, 104 S.Ct. 1015, 79 L.Ed.2d 245 (1984). Estate of Wood v. CIR, 909 F. 2d 1155,1160 (8th Cir. 1990)

In other words, If drafters of the Constitution used words in the Constitution that have a common law meaning then it is PRESUMED that drafters intended common law application of the words UNLESS there is language in the Constitution that intended a contrary interpretation of the words.

Since: May 10

Location hidden

#132550 Dec 10, 2012
none shadowreports posts wrote:
It seems to me it's too late and is now a mute point.
My opinion is different than your's is.
Do you know a 73 y/o man has just been convicted of a murder that was committed in 1957 when he was just 18 y/o? Should he not have prosecuted him because the murder happened so many years ago?
http://www.rivercountry1017.com/A-Former-Illi...

“ad maiora nati sumus ”

Since: Sep 09

Justice Scalia is an Oxymoron

#132551 Dec 10, 2012
It was Blackstone's influence and not Vattel's influence that was the source of the natural born citizen term in the Constitution.
Blackstone wrote in his Commentaries the following:
The first and most obvious division of the people is into aliens and natural-born subjects. Natural-born subjects are such as are born within the dominions of the crown of England, that is, within the ligeance, or as it is generally called, the allegiance of the king; and aliens, such as are born out of it.(Commentaries of the Laws of England (1765)

Blackstone further noted the difference between Civil Law and Common Law regarding children born of aliens in England:
The children of aliens, born here in England, are, generally speaking, natural-born subjects, and entitled to all the privileges of such. In which the constitution of France differs from ours; for there, by their jus albinatus, if a child be born of foreign parents, it is an alien. Id.

As such, Blackstone recognized and affirmed Chief Justice Lord Coke's opinion in Calvin's Case in 1608 that children born of aliens within the dominions of England were natural born subjects.

The court in Smith v. Alabama, 124 U. S. 465, 478 (1888) stated in clear and concise language the common law's influence in the Constitution: "The interpretation of the Constitution of the United States is necessarily influenced by the fact that its provisions are framed in the language of the English common law, and are to be read in the light of its history."

Vattel's "Law of Nations" in which he described the Civil Law's concept of citizenship that only natural born citizens are born to citizens of a country; nevertheless, Vattel himself acknowledged the difference between CIVIL LAW and English COMMON LAW regarding natural born citizenship when he wrote in Law of Nations: "Finally, there are countries, such as England, in which the mere fact of birth within the country naturalizes the children of an alien.”

The Constitution does not defined Natural Born Citizen. As such, when language in a statute does not define a common law term, courts are “guided by the principle that where words are employed in a statute which had at the time a well-known meaning at common law or in the law of this country they are presumed to have been used in that sense unless the context compels to the contrary.” Standard Oil Co. of NJ v. United Sates, 221 US 1, 59 (1911)

That at the time of the drafting of the Constitution Blackstone’s Commentaries including his definition of natural born subjects was available to the founding fathers. Justice Stone observed:“It is noteworthy that Blackstone's Commentaries, more read in America before the Revolution than any other law book.” CJ Hendry Co. v. Moore, 318 US 133 , 151-152 (1943).

Similarly, the court in United States v. Green, 140 F. Supp. 117, 120 (SD NY 1956) noted:“ Blackstone, whose Commentaries probably did much to influence the thinking of American lawyers at and before the time of the framing of the Federal Constitution.”

As such, it is inconceivable for the framers of the Constitution to "import" a foreign idea of citizenship based on the bloodline of fathers and not based on the Jus Soli doctrine as enunciated by Lord Coke in Calvin’s Case and reaffirmed by Blackstone in his Commentaries whose books were required readings by lawyers in colonial America.

Since: May 10

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#132552 Dec 10, 2012
Rogue Scholar 05 wrote:
Abse
Atticus Tiberius Finch wrote:
<quoted text>
Courts have recognized that the drafters of the constitution of whom most were lawyers were influenced by the principles and history of the common law that we inherited from the English.“The principles and history of the common law were well known to the framers of the Constitution and the members of the First Congress; it was from that system that their terminology was derived; and the provisions of the Constitution and contemporaneous legislation must be interpreted accordingly.” Southern Pacific Co. v. Jensen, 244 US 205, 230 (1917)(Pitney, J. dissenting); See also Smith v. Alabama, 124 U. S. 465, 478 (1888)(“The interpretation of the Constitution of the United States is necessarily influenced by the fact that its provisions are framed in the language of the English common law, and are to be read in the light of its history.”)
Since the drafters of the Constitution wrote it in the language of the English common law then according to statutory construction that unless otherwise defined in the Constitution, words are to be taken at their ordinary and contemporary meaning.“ A fundamental canon of statutory construction is that, unless otherwise defined, words will be interpreted as taking their ordinary, contemporary, common meaning.” Perrin v. United States, 444 US 37,42 (1979).
Moreover, if the use of words in the Constitution have a common law meaning then the courts must infer the incorporation of this common law meaning unless the language of the Constitution compels a different meaning.”[G]uided by the principle that where words are employed in a statute which had at the time a well-known meaning at common law or in the law of this country they are presumed to have been used in that sense unless the context compels to the contrary.” Standard Oil Co. of NJ v. United Sates, 221 US 1, 59 (1911)
Furthermore, if words were created not by positive law but rather by judicially created concept then any interpretation of those words other than their common law meaning must be specific and clear. "The normal rule of statutory construction is that if Congress intends for legislation to change the interpretation of a judicially created concept, it makes that intent specific." Stillians v. Iowa, 843 F.2d 276, 280 (8th Cir.1988)(quoting Midlantic Nat'l Bank v. New Jersey Dep't of Envtl. Protection, 474 U.S. 494, 106 S.Ct. 755, 88 L.Ed.2d 859 (1986)). Thus, it is proper to consider that Congress acts with knowledge of existing law, and that "absent a clear manifestation of contrary intent, a newly-enacted or revised statute is presumed to be harmonious with existing law and its judicial construction." Johnson v. First Nat'l Bank of Montevideo, 719 F.2d 270, 277 (8th Cir.1983), cert. denied, 465 U.S. 1012, 104 S.Ct. 1015, 79 L.Ed.2d 245 (1984). Estate of Wood v. CIR, 909 F. 2d 1155,1160 (8th Cir. 1990)
In other words, If drafters of the Constitution used words in the Constitution that have a common law meaning then it is PRESUMED that drafters intended common law application of the words UNLESS there is language in the Constitution that intended a contrary interpretation of the words.
And that point was addressed in the portion YOU deleted!
Jacques Ottawa

Toronto, Canada

#132555 Dec 10, 2012
Rogue Scholar 05 wrote:
Rogue Scholar 05 wrote:
<quoted text>
The new president of Egypt has sacked the military leadership and the new military leadership are all aligned with the Muslim Brotherhood. IMHO we should cut off funding to their military.
<quoted text>
I don't know about the Army hanging in there. They have probably purged anyone who is not part of the Muslim Brotherhood.
No. The army is still pretty independent and will probably step it if Morsi enacts Sharia. The old guard that resigned a while back is still in the shadows, still yields much influence.

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