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“Bonjour Hello Buongiorno Hola”

Since: Feb 12

Ottawa

#162293 Jul 3, 2013
JBH wrote:
PROTOCOL DOES NOT HAVE TO BE DIPLOMATIC PROTOCOL during modern times.
There are also Internet, software and technology protocols and some others.
As a matter of fact, one can say, "Joe Pack protocols to his girlfriend", as it is merely to denote the meaning.
Exactly. Protocol applies to many walks of life. That does not make it a verb, poor you. And "protocol" is first and foremost a diplomatic word, later hijacked for use in other fields - nothing more normal.

Tell me, does the Webster, American dictionary, list "protocol" as a verb? NOT. Sigh.

“Bonjour Hello Buongiorno Hola”

Since: Feb 12

Ottawa

#162294 Jul 3, 2013
Justice LRS wrote:
<quoted text>
Ploops isn't known for his intelligence. Just his ignorance.
Step mom : "Ploops, kerplunk again, bad boy? OUT, but first clean it up but keep some for your birther friends. And prove to that nice Canadian name of Jacques that Saddam gave little children to his dogs to eat. Ploop and kerplunk all you want, sh*t boy, but at least stop lying. Oh, at last, your two beautiful nurse girl friends and their nobel winning medicine doctor LMAO (LRS tm reg'd) are here for your tranquilizer shot".

“Bonjour Hello Buongiorno Hola”

Since: Feb 12

Ottawa

#162295 Jul 3, 2013
Jacques from Ottawa wrote:

<quoted text>
You fit in his wallet?
Storm Warning wrote:
<quoted text>
Obama is Watching you
He's watching YOU, not me.

And I asked, you fit in his wallet?

“Bonjour Hello Buongiorno Hola”

Since: Feb 12

Ottawa

#162296 Jul 3, 2013
Rogue Scholar 05 wrote:
Jacques from Ottawa wrote:
<quoted text>
You fit in his wallet?
<quoted text>
Yep, since he is in Canada, he is not protected by OUR Constitution. If any president wants to bug anyone outside the U.S., he lawfully can unless........ they work for the U.S..
Yep, U.S. military, Dept. of State, etc. still are protected from the U.S. government even when they are in laces like Afghanistan. The other guys don't and that is why the keep them in GITMO!
Oh, GITMO is not a territory of the U.S. like the Panama Canal Zone use to be.
And how has your Constitution protected you from bugging? Allies bug enemies, enemies bug allies, allies bug allies, and allied bug allies right back. Wake up and don't mind hypocritical "outraged" bugging countries.

“Bonjour Hello Buongiorno Hola”

Since: Feb 12

Ottawa

#162297 Jul 3, 2013
Rogue Scholar 05 wrote:
It's sort of the the Jesus gun scope.
Trijicon biblical verses controversy
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Trijicon biblical verses controversy, known by the sobriquet Jesus rifles, refers to the stamping of Bible verse references (e.g. Rev21:23) onto rifle scopes manufactured by Trijicon, which bear religious inscriptions. Users and purchasers of the equipment– which included US Army, US Marines, and military units around the world– were unaware of the inscriptions. Upon discovery of the practice in 2010, controversy erupted across religious and political spectra regarding inappropriate and sacrilegious aspects.
John 8:12
King James Version (KJV)
12 Then spake Jesus again unto them, saying, I am the light of the world: he that followeth me shall not walk in darkness, but shall have the light of life.
And thus Jesus invented electricity. Take that, Edison.

“Bonjour Hello Buongiorno Hola”

Since: Feb 12

Ottawa

#162298 Jul 3, 2013
Rogue Scholar 05 wrote:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/F ile:Trijicon_rifle_scope_with_ Bible_verse.jpg
1 John 1:7
New International Version (NIV)
7 But if we walk in the light, as he is in the light, we have fellowship with one another, and the blood of Jesus, his Son, purifies us from all sin.
After electricity, Jesus invented flashlights. Take that, Ray O Vac (just guessing).
JBH

Richmond, Canada

#162299 Jul 3, 2013
Jacques from Ottawa wrote:
<quoted text>
Exactly. Protocol applies to many walks of life. That does not make it a verb, poor you. And "protocol" is first and foremost a diplomatic word, later hijacked for use in other fields - nothing more normal.
Tell me, does the Webster, American dictionary, list "protocol" as a verb? NOT. Sigh.
========

WHAT A DUMB NUT YOU ARE.

AGAIN, in today's everyday life in terms of modern-day speech, that is the way people talk in that way sometimes.

For example, you may not find that the dictionary defines the word save used as a noun.

But sometimes when people talk about things in general these days, save is indeed used as a noun.

THE example of save used a NOUN too is as: Joe Balona went surfing and met a big shark biting his legs tearing to the condition of (legs) almost gone, doctors and surgeons after attending Joe Balona, say there is NO SAVE (used as NOUN) of the legs--in other words, Joe Balona cannot walk again because the doctors cannot save (used as VERB) HIS LEGS.

DOCTORS suggest condition is so and that legs have to be cut off, to be replaced with artificial legs (like many of the injured coming back form Iraq war) in order to walk again.

It is all the same for protocol AND save in todays way of talks.

Since: May 10

Location hidden

#162300 Jul 3, 2013
Jacques from Ottawa wrote:
<quoted text>
After electricity, Jesus invented flashlights. Take that, Ray O Vac (just guessing).
Metaphorically speaking! Is Obama YOUR light?
JBH

Richmond, Canada

#162301 Jul 3, 2013
Of course everyone knows what that is (AND UNDERSTOOD)--just leave out a word "BAD" in typing:

DOCTORS suggest condition is so BAD and that legs have to be cut off, to be replaced with artificial legs (like many of the injured coming back form Iraq war) in order to walk again.

It is all the same for protocol AND save in today's way of talks.

“Bonjour Hello Buongiorno Hola”

Since: Feb 12

Ottawa

#162302 Jul 3, 2013
JBH wrote:
<quoted text>
========
WHAT A DUMB NUT YOU ARE.
AGAIN, in today's everyday life in terms of modern-day speech, that is the way people talk in that way sometimes.
For example, you may not find that the dictionary defines the word save used as a noun.
But sometimes when people talk about things in general these days, save is indeed used as a noun.
THE example of save used a NOUN too is as: Joe Balona went surfing and met a big shark biting his legs tearing to the condition of (legs) almost gone, doctors and surgeons after attending Joe Balona, say there is NO SAVE (used as NOUN) of the legs--in other words, Joe Balona cannot walk again because the doctors cannot save (used as VERB) HIS LEGS.
DOCTORS suggest condition is so and that legs have to be cut off, to be replaced with artificial legs (like many of the injured coming back form Iraq war) in order to walk again.
It is all the same for protocol AND save in todays way of talks.
Ahhh, Justice LRS's new-found bosom buddy, JDH. Birds of a feather fly together as the old saying goes. So much for the newly reconstituted Stooges. We now have two new ones. Who shall be the third? Search is on, birther ranks are thoroughly examined, have to find the dumbest with the hardest forehead to better absorb Moe's repeated and funny blows. Any volunteers?

So, "protocol" is now a verb. How about "idiot" as a new verb? Example : "JBH" idiots himself once more, thereby out-idioting many other applicants to the birther fraternity. JBH will idiot himself further by founding the Canadian affiliate of birthers, thereby idioting tens of Canadian birthers. LMAO (LRS tm reg'd).

“Bonjour Hello Buongiorno Hola”

Since: Feb 12

Ottawa

#162303 Jul 3, 2013
Rogue Scholar 05 wrote:
<quoted text>
Metaphorically speaking! Is Obama YOUR light?
Impossible. He's black, no? But I hear he's polite, clean, and keeps a tidy White House and yard.

Since: May 10

Location hidden

#162304 Jul 3, 2013
Sixty scientists call
on Harper to revisit
the science of global warming

April 15, 2006

An open letter to Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper:

Dear Prime Minister:

As accredited experts in climate and related scientific disciplines, we are writing to propose that balanced, comprehensive public-consultation sessions be held so as to examine the scientific foundation of the federal government's climate-change plans. This would be entirely consistent with your recent commitment to conduct a review of the Kyoto Protocol. Although many of us made the same suggestion to then-prime ministers Martin and Chrétien, neither responded, and, to date, no formal, independent climate-science review has been conducted in Canada. Much of the billions of dollars earmarked for implementation of the protocol in Canada will be squandered, without a proper assessment of recent developments in climate science.

Observational evidence does not support today's computer climate models, so there is little reason to trust model predictions of the future. Yet, this is precisely what the United Nations did in creating and promoting Kyoto, and still does in the alarmist forecasts on which Canada's climate policies are based. Even if the climate models were realistic, the environmental impact of Canada delaying implementation of Kyoto or other greenhouse-gas reduction schemes, pending completion of consultations, would be insignificant. Directing your government to convene balanced, open hearings as soon as possible would be a most prudent and responsible course of action.

While the confident pronouncements of scientifically unqualified environmental groups may provide for sensational headlines, they are no basis for mature policy formulation. The study of global climate change is, as you have said, an "emerging science," one that is perhaps the most complex ever tackled. It may be many years yet before we properly understand the Earth's climate system. Nevertheless, significant advances have been made since the Protocol was created, many of which are taking us away from a concern about increasing greenhouse gases. If, back in the mid-1990s, we knew what we know today about climate, Kyoto would almost certainly not exist, because we would have concluded it was not necessary.

We appreciate the difficulty any government has ,formulating sensible science-based policy, when the loudest voices always seem to be pushing in the opposite direction. However, by convening open, unbiased consultations, Canadians will be permitted to hear from experts on both sides of the debate in the climate-science community. When the public comes to understand that there is no "consensus" among climate scientists about the relative importance of the various causes of global climate change, the government will be in a far better position to develop plans that reflect reality, and so benefit both the environment and the economy..
.......continue
http://www.restoringamerica.org/60_scientists...

“Bonjour Hello Buongiorno Hola”

Since: Feb 12

Ottawa

#162305 Jul 3, 2013
P§: But if he knew his place, he'd be the butler or driver or gardener, ALWAYS using the back entrance. And Mitt would be president. Instead, Obama is president and Mitt pumps his own gas LMAO (LRS tm reg'd).

Little story : Oh, I had many colleagues when I worked. Ralph was a nice guy, black, but always knew his place, ansd exceptionally for a black person, never shirked work. So clean, so polite. I liked Pandit, this funny brown-skinned guy from India, got real friendly with him but that stopped when he asked to date my daughter. Who did he think he was, us? Mohamad was okay, ha ha, boy, had him taste my lunch, told him it was veal, should've seen the look on his face after he swallowed it, when I told him it was pork. Almost threw up his whole lunch. SO FUNNY, God, how the guys and I laughed. Then this Jewish guy, man, what a worker, made us all look like lazy bastards, but we soon fixed him, told him his son had just eloped with a Syrian Moslem gay man, THE LOOK ON HIS FACE. Hysterical.

I tell ya, man, we had the best group. It proves that it always works when you have a well-integrated work force.

Since: May 10

Location hidden

#162306 Jul 3, 2013
Rogue Scholar 05 wrote:
<quoted text>
Yep, since he is in Canada, he is not protected by OUR Constitution. If any president wants to bug anyone outside the U.S., he lawfully can unless........ they work for the U.S..
Yep, U.S. military, Dept. of State, etc. still are protected from the U.S. government even when they are in laces like Afghanistan. The other guys don't and that is why the keep them in GITMO!
Oh, GITMO is not a territory of the U.S. like the Panama Canal Zone use to be.
Jacques from Ottawa wrote:
<quoted text>
And how has your Constitution protected you from bugging? Allies bug enemies, enemies bug allies, allies bug allies, and allied bug allies right back. Wake up and don't mind hypocritical "outraged" bugging countries.
You missed reading the word "lawfully"! We all know that to Obama, laws only count if he agrees with them!
JBH

Richmond, Canada

#162307 Jul 3, 2013
Jacques from Ottawa wrote:
<quoted text>
Ahhh, Justice LRS's new-found bosom buddy, JDH. Birds of a feather fly together as the old saying goes. So much for the newly reconstituted Stooges. We now have two new ones. Who shall be the third? Search is on, birther ranks are thoroughly examined, have to find the dumbest with the hardest forehead to better absorb Moe's repeated and funny blows. Any volunteers?
So, "protocol" is now a verb. How about "idiot" as a new verb? Example : "JBH" idiots himself once more, thereby out-idioting many other applicants to the birther fraternity. JBH will idiot himself further by founding the Canadian affiliate of birthers, thereby idioting tens of Canadian birthers. LMAO (LRS tm reg'd).
=====

WHEN PEOPLE TELL YOU HOW THINGS ARE AS SUCH, AS NOT HOW YOU THINK a lot of times, that you are the stupid idiot indeed.

You don't make any sense in whatever you say, but you do seem to have a poor sensory organ in your attitude.

Jac fool the dumb idiot, you go to see a doctor and get some new medication, don't bother people any more and sleep in your cave again.

“Bonjour Hello Buongiorno Hola”

Since: Feb 12

Ottawa

#162308 Jul 3, 2013
Rogue Scholar 05 wrote:
Sixty scientists call
on Harper to revisit
the science of global warming
April 15, 2006
An open letter to Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper:
Dear Prime Minister:
As accredited experts in climate and related scientific disciplines, we are writing to propose that balanced, comprehensive public-consultation sessions be held so as to examine the scientific foundation of the federal government's climate-change plans. This would be entirely consistent with your recent commitment to conduct a review of the Kyoto Protocol. Although many of us made the same suggestion to then-prime ministers Martin and Chrétien, neither responded, and, to date, no formal, independent climate-science review has been conducted in Canada. Much of the billions of dollars earmarked for implementation of the protocol in Canada will be squandered, without a proper assessment of recent developments in climate science.
Observational evidence does not support today's computer climate models, so there is little reason to trust model predictions of the future. Yet, this is precisely what the United Nations did in creating and promoting Kyoto, and still does in the alarmist forecasts on which Canada's climate policies are based. Even if the climate models were realistic, the environmental impact of Canada delaying implementation of Kyoto or other greenhouse-gas reduction schemes, pending completion of consultations, would be insignificant. Directing your government to convene balanced, open hearings as soon as possible would be a most prudent and responsible course of action.
While the confident pronouncements of scientifically unqualified environmental groups may provide for sensational headlines, they are no basis for mature policy formulation. The study of global climate change is, as you have said, an "emerging science," one that is perhaps the most complex ever tackled. It may be many years yet before we properly understand the Earth's climate system. Nevertheless, significant advances have been made since the Protocol was created, many of which are taking us away from a concern about increasing greenhouse gases. If, back in the mid-1990s, we knew what we know today about climate, Kyoto would almost certainly not exist, because we would have concluded it was not necessary.
We appreciate the difficulty any government has ,formulating sensible science-based policy, when the loudest voices always seem to be pushing in the opposite direction. However, by convening open, unbiased consultations, Canadians will be permitted to hear from experts on both sides of the debate in the climate-science community. When the public comes to understand that there is no "consensus" among climate scientists about the relative importance of the various causes of global climate change, the government will be in a far better position to develop plans that reflect reality, and so benefit both the environment and the economy..
.......continue
http://www.restoringamerica.org/60_scientists...
Of the 60, only 20 are Canadian. Other 40 originate from many countries. Strange, of the 1000s of scientists in Canada, they could only find 10. Of the millions of scientists worldwide, they could only find 40 to sign this letter, a "DOH" letter as Prime Minister Harper is pro-industry, pro-oil, pro-pollution and has not ONE plan to clean up the environment. What a bunch of clueless nitwits. Do you think, Rogue, if I checked the CVs, of all these so-called scientists, I may find a tie or two to oil companies here and there?

Since: May 10

Location hidden

#162309 Jul 3, 2013
Yep, the bishop's dad was an Army helicopter pilot who flew two tours in Sunny South Vietnam.

Msgr. Edward J. Weisenburger appointed 11th bishop of Salina Diocese

Salina — Monday morning brought news for which parishioners in the Diocese of Salina had been waiting more than a year: They had a new bishop.

Pope Benedict XVI appointed Msgr. Edward Weisenburger, vicar general of the Archdiocese of Oklahoma City, to be the 11th bishop of Salina.

He is the first bishop in the 125-year history of the diocese to have lived previously in the diocese, and his Kansas connection was one of the first things he shared during a Monday afternoon press conference at the Chancery.

“Even though this is a new and surprising turn in my life, it’ also very much a homecoming. So I feel very blessed to be called to come here,” he said.

Another Kansas connection: His archbishop for the past year was his predecessor here. Oklahoma City Archbishop Paul Coakley was appointed to head the archdiocese in December 2010 after serving six years as bishop of Salina.

“I am very happy that the Holy Father has chosen such a fine priest to serve as bishop of Salina,” Archbishop Coakley said Monday afternoon.“Msgr. Weisenburger has been an outstanding priest, a very capable administrator and, most of all, a good pastor.

“Salina is getting one of our very best,” he continued.“I will miss him greatly but am consoled that the Diocese of Salina, which holds a very special place in my heart, will be very well-served.”

Bishop-elect Weisenburger, 51, lived in Hays when he was 4 years old and again when he was 7. His mother, the former Asella “Sally” Walters, was born and raised in nearby Catharine, and his parents met in Hays.

When his father, Edward, an Army helicopter pilot, twice was sent to the Vietnam War,“he relocated his wife and family to Hays where he knew his family would be safe and secure,” he explained.
Learn to Read

Indianapolis, IN

#162310 Jul 3, 2013
Justice LRS wrote:
<quoted text>Hey Dipshyt, this is a U.S. Politics Forum. Can you not read? LMAO, you're still carrying on about the election? No wonder you can't progress. LMAO!
And a Chicago Tribune Forum, and an Obama Forum, and an Election News Forum, and I suspect multiple other labels referencing one word or another across the globe. Topix tags to as many search terms and cross references as it can - welcome to the World Wide Web

“Bonjour Hello Buongiorno Hola”

Since: Feb 12

Ottawa

#162312 Jul 3, 2013
Rogue Scholar 05 wrote:
Rogue Scholar 05 wrote:
<quoted text>
Yep, since he is in Canada, he is not protected by OUR Constitution. If any president wants to bug anyone outside the U.S., he lawfully can unless........ they work for the U.S..
Yep, U.S. military, Dept. of State, etc. still are protected from the U.S. government even when they are in laces like Afghanistan. The other guys don't and that is why the keep them in GITMO!
Oh, GITMO is not a territory of the U.S. like the Panama Canal Zone use to be.
<quoted text>
You missed reading the word "lawfully"! We all know that to Obama, laws only count if he agrees with them!
Spying on citizens was not started by Obama, you know it, they know it, we know it. However, expanding something that already mocks the Constitution is not the smartest move Obama ever made.

“Bonjour Hello Buongiorno Hola”

Since: Feb 12

Ottawa

#162313 Jul 3, 2013
Rogue Scholar 05 wrote:
Yep, the bishop's dad was an Army helicopter pilot who flew two tours in Sunny South Vietnam.
Msgr. Edward J. Weisenburger appointed 11th bishop of Salina Diocese
Salina — Monday morning brought news for which parishioners in the Diocese of Salina had been waiting more than a year: They had a new bishop.
Pope Benedict XVI appointed Msgr. Edward Weisenburger, vicar general of the Archdiocese of Oklahoma City, to be the 11th bishop of Salina.
He is the first bishop in the 125-year history of the diocese to have lived previously in the diocese, and his Kansas connection was one of the first things he shared during a Monday afternoon press conference at the Chancery.
“Even though this is a new and surprising turn in my life, it’ also very much a homecoming. So I feel very blessed to be called to come here,” he said.
Another Kansas connection: His archbishop for the past year was his predecessor here. Oklahoma City Archbishop Paul Coakley was appointed to head the archdiocese in December 2010 after serving six years as bishop of Salina.
“I am very happy that the Holy Father has chosen such a fine priest to serve as bishop of Salina,” Archbishop Coakley said Monday afternoon.“Msgr. Weisenburger has been an outstanding priest, a very capable administrator and, most of all, a good pastor.
“Salina is getting one of our very best,” he continued.“I will miss him greatly but am consoled that the Diocese of Salina, which holds a very special place in my heart, will be very well-served.”
Bishop-elect Weisenburger, 51, lived in Hays when he was 4 years old and again when he was 7. His mother, the former Asella “Sally” Walters, was born and raised in nearby Catharine, and his parents met in Hays.
When his father, Edward, an Army helicopter pilot, twice was sent to the Vietnam War,“he relocated his wife and family to Hays where he knew his family would be safe and secure,” he explained.
Pope Benedict XVI ? Do we have another schism in the church, reformation? Oh oh.

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