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“Bonjour Hello Buongiorno Hola”

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Several years ago I owned a one-quarter fractional of a Cessna 182. There was several problems. One is that I could not take the plane out for more than three days at a time while one of our co-owners seemed to be a day or two late when he had our plane out.
I mean, I am the type of guy that if I agree to an arrangement, I stick by it. But it seems you always have one guy who thinks he is the exception.
Oh, I took MY plane out for three weeks!!! By I am the sole owner and I can do that. I spent two weeks visiting my mom in Salina, KS and am visiting my daughter this week before I head home.
Mean while my girl friend is visiting her family. Hummm, I'm getting a little horny lately.
Rogue : " I'm getting a little horny lately"

Too much information. Just lost my breakfast.

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Is that so odd, with 40 years of magazines?
Someone like he, is just living in the cave as his calling the basement for 40 years of magazines reading in order to come up with baloney matters saying.
Or else, otherwise, he has fear for being bashed all the time for knowing nothing because he has nothing in his head by reliance on the so old 40 years stuff.
JBH wrote, just in part : " come up with baloney matters saying."

For the 10th time, please use English.
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Jacques from Ottawa wrote:
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JBH wrote, just in part : " come up with baloney matters saying."
For the 10th time, please use English.
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Someone who does not understand English and wants to talk English and about Canada all the time to me is really NUT as you.

YOU STILL DON'T KNOW HOW MUCH EMBARRASSMENT you do to yourself.
You need tougher wording so that you creep to your hiding cave, you the sicko bummer!

Yet, you still are unaware of how silly and big joke it is just by speaking on the English thing.

You come from a lowlife if you don't understand my English because that is where they all do that sorts of lowlife English as all you the ill jerk do know to speak only.

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Ooooo, the evil private sector. Why does that bother you? It does not seem to both you that trade unions have more access to the White House than any other groups but those evil corporations, why they are just ...evil.
Do you know who owns the worlds largest jet air taxi service, Net Jets? It is Obama's corporate buddy Jimmy Buffet's little brother Warren!
Yep, it is evil for GM, Ford, etc. to own private jets but it is okay for union leaders to fly around on Warren's jets!!!
Could you possibly name, with proof, one union leader flying Buffett's jets? Just one for the hell of it. Remember, you said last week you ALWAYS supply links.

Also, you claim that union leaders have more access to the White House than "evil corporations". Are you daf? Also, and as per above, supply a link proving that unions have more access to the White House than corps. Remember, you did write you always supply links. And don't tell me to "learn" how to operate Google and find it myself. You said you supplied links, do it.

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So that's why we have so many idiots as college professors!
Being a good teacher/professor does not an idiot make. You definitely did not comprehend.

What's your beef against professors? That all of them know more than you?

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1. Well, then, tell me what U.S. News reported in sept 1967. Can't? Well, you'll have to take Time's word for it;
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No, I can't as I don't save magazines for very long. But Newsweek is noted for it's liberal slant o issues.
But I do recall an issue of Newsweek from late Jul. or early Aug. 1971 as I was in Taiwan and that that edition was censored there. When I got back to Sunny South Vietnam I found that issue and there was an article about Nixon going to Red China. A cartoon had a Oriental an holding a chair fending off a tiger. The chair had "UN" on it and the man was saying,"He wants me and not the chair"!
Oh, in Taiwan I dated a college student and all she wanted to talk about was Nixon's trip. I took her to a movie theater to watch "Love Story" and the theater was huge with three balconies. 10,000 people(?).
Anyway there was no way I was going to get her into bed and the next night a met a dynamite blond teacher from Pittsburgh. I was doing real well until she found out I was only twenty years old! I guess she expected a CW2 helicopter pilot to be older.
Oh, the pilot who landed his Bell 206L in the Hudson River yesterday was only 23. I have done power off landings to the water in Bell 206Bs in training. They had fixed floats as apposed to pop-out floats.
Oh, the B206B with fixed floats could cruise at only 80 Knots as one with pop-outs could cruise at 95 kts. Also landing with floats on hard ground is uncomfortable as the airctaft kind of wallows around while you are starting or stopping the engine.

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Caesar's legions invaded Britannia (Britain) in 50 BC. To this day, no peace accord has been signed formally ending that war, meaning, according to Rogue's logic, that Rome and Britain are still in a state of war.

Read more at http://www.topix.com/forum/chicago/TC6SGHF806...
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When you TOTALLY defeat a people, the war is OVER. Saddamn Hussen did not surrender but he is dead so a surrender from him is ...... moot!
Oh, after Germany surrendered at the end of WWII, did the hostilities stop? Not totally. We had to ferret out the werewolves!
Are the Romans of Julius Caesar and Brits still at war?
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Jacques from Ottawa wrote: JBH wrote, just in part : " come up with baloney matters saying." For the 10th time, please use English.

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Your English is so bad and shallow and has no varieties.
You can't do a sentence with more than 10 verbs words with perfect grammar, and forget typos.

You are not used to comprehend some other forms of English.
As was and is, you are insufficient in English by concluding that sort of English is all you know, otherwise it is too difficult for you.

Besides, you are not an intelligent person.

You are so dumb by telling English from all you know as you are not an English specialist nor a professor.

You have not experienced enough in the English in the real practice like in work or others alike in business, no matter how much you have read.

You take those who talk in English here as the real major English or accuracy.

You think they have very good English here on Topix. When they don't understand others' writings, simply they are just like you, who will fail in English class alone.

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No, I can't as I don't save magazines for very long. But Newsweek is noted for it's liberal slant o issues.
But I do recall an issue of Newsweek from late Jul. or early Aug. 1971 as I was in Taiwan and that that edition was censored there. When I got back to Sunny South Vietnam I found that issue and there was an article about Nixon going to Red China. A cartoon had a Oriental an holding a chair fending off a tiger. The chair had "UN" on it and the man was saying,"He wants me and not the chair"!
Oh, in Taiwan I dated a college student and all she wanted to talk about was Nixon's trip. I took her to a movie theater to watch "Love Story" and the theater was huge with three balconies. 10,000 people(?).
Anyway there was no way I was going to get her into bed and the next night a met a dynamite blond teacher from Pittsburgh. I was doing real well until she found out I was only twenty years old! I guess she expected a CW2 helicopter pilot to be older.
Oh, the pilot who landed his Bell 206L in the Hudson River yesterday was only 23. I have done power off landings to the water in Bell 206Bs in training. They had fixed floats as apposed to pop-out floats.
Oh, the B206B with fixed floats could cruise at only 80 Knots as one with pop-outs could cruise at 95 kts. Also landing with floats on hard ground is uncomfortable as the airctaft kind of wallows around while you are starting or stopping the engine.
Rogue : "But Newsweek is noted for it's liberal slant o issues."

It was TIME, Rogue, TIME magazine. Pay attention. Did Time harbour a very liberal slant in 1976?

Frankly now, don't you think you're just rambling on and on? So irrelevant.

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Oh, in the Summer of 1972 I did the re-certification of the OH-58 as the Army models where having problems with a harmonic vibration between the rotors and the tail.
The rotor blades on the OH-38 where non-symmetrical 35 foot blades and the Bell 206 has symmetrical 33 blades. The tail on the OH-58 was also slightly longer.
Anyway we had an OH-58 lose it's tail in flight, both pilots killed, after they got into pylon whirl during a power off landing. I would like to get into all the aerodynamics involved but even most helicopter pilots would have hard time understanding and it would probably take me two weeks teaching helicopter aerodynamics until we would get to that subject. But not many pilots even want to see the video as rotor blades are not suppose to do that. In fact, most people would stop flying helicopters if they saw that video!

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Rogue Scholar 05 wrote: When you TOTALLY defeat a people, the war is OVER. Saddamn Hussen did not surrender but he is dead so a surrender from him is ...... moot! Oh, after Germany surrendered at the end of WWII, did the hostilities stop? Not totally. We had to ferret out the werewolves!
Read more at http://www.topix.com/forum/who/barack-obama/T...
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Are the Romans of Julius Caesar and Brits still at war?
I don't know. What do you think?

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War does not determine who is right - only who is left.
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<quoted text>Tsk, tsk! I do believe Mr. KKK is throwing a tantrum! Get after it little man! Ain't he cute dancing about! Look at the lil feller go! LMAO!
Tantrum? Hardly. Just recalling how Romper stomped his feet, chanted incoherently and ran home.

So any new Birfoon fables to cling to or are you just going to cling to the known failures?

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Being a good teacher/professor does not an idiot make. You definitely did not comprehend.
What's your beef against professors? That all of them know more than you?
My beef with Liberal professors is that if you disagree with them, you fail. This compares to a Conservative professor, who will only tell you were you logic has failed. But he will give you a good grade if you argued your case well.

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Air Force Academy says "no thanks to Biden."



Air Force Academy Commencement 2013
Friday, May 31, 2013

Good friends of ours from here in Elizabethtown , KY just got back home from a visit to the Air Force Academy , in Colorado Springs where they attended the commencement exercises of the graduating class of 2013.

In fact John's grandson was one of the graduates and John, being a retired US Army officer was able to swear in his grandson as a brand spanking new US Air Force 2Lt.

What an honor that must have been for John and his family, but that's not the real story nor is it the historic significance of the 2013 commencement celebration.

You see 2013 is the first Air Force graduation on record that has occurred under a Sequester created by a non functioning Congress and an unyielding Obama Administration.

Due to operating under this Sequester the ceremonies proceeded as follows:

President Obama regretfully declined the kind invitation of the Commandant of the Air Force Academy to be speak to the graduates and their families on the occasion of their graduation saying he was committed to addressing the graduates at West Point .

Instead it was established that Vice President Biden was free and he would come to Colorado Springs .

And, as to the request for the usual fly-over by the US Air Force Thunderbirds that was declined again due to the Sequester.

After consultation with his chain of command the Commandant of the Air Force Academy notified the White House that due to the Sequester cancelling the traditional fly-over of the Thunderbirds that he was confident that the nation didn't need the added $1 million + expense to fly Air Force 2, of any configuration or model, and the added expense of the Secret Service and their entourage required when the Vice President traveled.


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So just cancel the initial request for a speaker from the White House for the commencement.

So the commencement went off as planned sans representation from the Obama Administration.

It looked like this:

The featured speaker was an Under Secretary of the Air Force, who is a decorated Vietnam veteran.

The Secretary flew back and forth from Andrews AFB to Peterson AFB In Colorado Springs on routine training flight conducted by the Air Force thus costing the American tax payers nothing.

John tells me that there were nearly as many Air Force General Officers in attendance as there were family members.

He thinks a dozen or more 4 Star General, three or four times as many 2 and 3 Stars an untold number of 1 Star Generals.

And, of course countless Colonels and below.

Most of these officers were themselves alumni of the Air Force Academy and wanted nothing less than to present a perfect program for the graduating class.

Since the Congress and the Obama Administration could not see fit to allow for a fly-over by the Thunderbirds, a number of the senior generals took matters into their own hands.

And so, when the speeches, the hats were all thrown into the air, and all the family hugs were all made and it became time for the fly-over a roar of engines was detected from the West of the air strip and parade grounds there at the facility and everyone was treated to a fly-over by the Confederate Air Force.

Looking up they saw all kinds of vintage aircraft from B-17s B-24s, B-25s, P-38s, P-51s and others all represented by manufactures such Corsairs, Grumman, Lockheed and Boeing who still provide parts availability for these aircraft, and flown by our hero's from prior conflicts that still see fit to stay active for services such as this.


It was a wonderful experience for all who were there.

I am sure you will join me in offering a salute to these serving officers who saw fit not to rob the 2013 graduating class of their day of celebration, and to our hero's who flew the planes for this worthy occasion and oh yes to the many private donors who pitched in and covered the expenses involved in bringing these aircraft in to Colorado Springs from various locations across the country.



LADIES AND GENTLEMEN, WE SALUTE YOU

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Jacques from Ottawa wrote: JBH wrote, just in part : " come up with baloney matters saying." For the 10th time, please use English.

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From the above, you sound like you are learning English and can't figure out which is which.

Typing is different from writing.

Unless one is a specialized as a typist, the more one writes, usually there may be typing errors, but that does not reflect the level of English.

So A TYPIST DOES NOT HAVE TO WRITE BUT TYPE PERFECTLY FOR OTHERS, AND THAT WOULD TELL NOTHING OF ENGLISH OF THE TYPIST and only the typing.

SO THE FEWER words ONE WRITES, there are less mistakes, like "How goes about it?"
But that does not reflect the proving of the English standard.
You take it as such of less typos with fewer words would be the better English.

But how would an English professor test the class of English skills?

Obviously he/she would require an essay of a minimum of 300 words or more.

You can't do a sentence with more than 10 verbs, with perfect grammar, and forget typos.

You are the MOST STUPID NUT.
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Whatever that name jac fool comes up with is full of degenerate filth, about English and Canada.

This is just speaking, which should be understood---You can't do a sentence with more than 10 verbs, with perfect grammar, and forget typos.

But if one would present in writing like in business, one would put it as--You can't compose a sentence with more than 10 verbs.

Just shut up bimbo, by talking English as that shows useless nature as he is the bum fuss of such a dumb hooligan NUT like you, FOR you have no head and don't know much about Canada either by MAKING NUISANCE to talk about CANADA too.

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Because of Sequester the Thunderbirds did not perform at the graduation. But they had a show anyway.

2013 United States Air Force Academy Graduation - Flyover by
http://www.youtube.com/watch...

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Frank wrote:
<quoted text>The people that live in that gated community would not have made Zimmerman a block watch captain if they didn't think they needed block watch. Just the fact that there was a person dedicated to block watch was reason enough for Zimmerman to be diligent in his duties. The police had been called to The Retreat over four hundred times in the year preceding this incident. Twin Lakes residents were very aware of the many break in attempts and feared that liberty and property were in danger,hence the need for a block watch coordinator. Over zealous would be to close off the entire community to the public or to assign curfews. Looking out for the well being of the tenants is honorable. If you hired a security guard at the mall and all he did was sleep, you would fire him or her. Why did Obama say the if he had a son,he would look like Tryvon,did Tryvon have big ears?
You speak in circles Frank! Testimony by the president of the homeowners association (who is actually elected by the homeowners) testified that it was in fact Zimmerman’s idea to start neighborhood watch program and the association itself had absolutely nothing to do with it; nor was Zimmerman’s watch program associated with any nationally organized program.

“The president of the homeowners association for the community where the shooting took place testified that he didn't think a neighborhood watch program was needed and that Zimmerman was in charge of the community's program from the very beginning.

Donald O'Brien stressed that the homeowners association had nothing to do with the neighborhood watch program but that he did attend a meeting to start it. Residents were told to "stay away" from suspicious people and call police, O'Brien said”
http://www.usatoday.com/story/news/2013/06/25...

The homeowners now probably wish they never heard of GZ as that huge pay off settlement will no doubt increase their dues substantially.

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