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Cool! Then 'schizophrenics' is also a verb, as in "JBH schizophrenics his English on Topix."
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What is the trial fuss by addicting to that sort of Protocol thing of not being able to get over it?
ENOUGH IS ENOUGH.
AGAIN, as the dictionary does not have everything in full to reflect for usage of everyday life speaking (the word is SOMETIMES), SOMETIMES, the same WORDS ARE USED as NOUNS, VERBS AND/OR ADJECTIVES occasionally.

As you may not find the word "go" AS a noun or adjective in the dictionary, sometimes people say, "Mary is a go-getter), then go is not used as verb in so speaking.

Protocol does not necessarily have to be a diplomatic protocol nowadays, as there are Kyoto Protocol, Internet mail Protocol, other software and non-technology protocols.

When, SOMETIMES people say," Joe Beamba protocols to his girlfriend and not his parents and Obama", that means he extends courtesy to his girlfriend with respect, but not his parents nor Obama.
Joe Beamba would rather give a lavished dinner and extravagant treatment to his girlfriend than Obama. Unlike others, he would not respect, meet Obama but reject him,
As you don't recognize this, some people will accept it and do the same sometimes.

You appear to like and adore those others' words like BTW, etc.,(but that is not the convention wording which is confused, people think it is BMW cars) as whether meeting grammar or not by your accepting them with no saying of any of them, but they are not SLANGS either.

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When there are thousands making comments here on different Topix topics, go to take a look at them and talk about their English and yours.

As the problem is not only that you are hanged up with the one word protocol and English, instead of looking at the subject, comment or standpoint whether you agree or not, you are crying out loud all the time for nothing.

If you disagree on the opinion or comment, say why you disagree and present your argument.

You have never been able to demonstrate something in your writings (even they are of bad syntax and grammar as long as they illustrate any subjects.)

Examples are, to write something of a paragraph or half a page on:

Is the world going to the right direction--being full of snooping, to target terrorists, criminals or traitors?
Is there a world energy shortage?
Is there really global warming or climate change crisis?
Does UN meet the global public sentiments?
What is the insurance industry linkage to health care system?
What countries will have better economies in the next few years?

Again, on and on on these above subjects, if you just illustrate your views and standpoints with some paragraphs and pages, the interests are to see your views first, rather than going about to pick on your English, even there are minor typos and poor grammar showing.

You are one who is full of unrealistic fantasy by not being able to show yourself to prove anything first
Your fallacy is just too extreme, expecting that people would talk trivials, from your making useless nuisance all day long.

How on earth people would not take you as the universal dumb nut?

You are indeed the biggest universal stupid fool on the planet in so showing.

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PROVE YOURSELF, OR ELSE YOU ARE TO BLAME YOURSELF.
GIVE A TRY, SO THAT you can feel better.
OTHERWISE, PEOPLE WILL SAY YOU ARE VERY BAD FOR NEVER BEING ABLE TO PRESENT ANYTHING.

Examples are, to write something of a paragraph or half a page on:

Is the world going in the right direction--being full of snooping, to target terrorists, criminals or traitors?
Is there a world energy shortage?
Is there really global warming or climate change crisis?
Does UN meet the global public sentiments?
What is the insurance industry linkage to health care system?
What countries will have better economies in the next few years?

Again, on and on, on these above subjects, if you just illustrate your views and standpoints with some paragraphs and pages, the interests are to see your views first, rather than going about to pick on your English, even there are minor typos and poor grammar showing.

You are one who is full of unrealistic fantasy by not being able to show yourself to prove anything first
Your fallacy is just too extreme, expecting that people would talk trivials, from your making useless nuisance all day long.

How on earth people would not take you as the universal dumb nut?

You are indeed the biggest universal stupid fool on the planet in so showing.

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Jul 4, 2013
 
I wonder how he feels about $17 Trillion? It has been less that five years since he made that statement. I wonder what he would say if a Republican had been in the White House?
Rogue

Paul Krugman: Hey, Let's Not Get "Hysterical" Over $9 Trillion Deficit
Not so bad, at least compared to what it was during the biggest military conflict in world history.

Posted by: Clay Waters
8/25/2009 3:25:47 PM

Columnist-economist-Obama-enab ler Paul Krugman thinks the $9 trillion deficit the White House is projecting over the next 10 years (a figure worse than expected) is actually not so bad, at least in the context of World War II.

In a defensive Monday evening blog post, "How big is $9 trillion?" Krugman explained:
There’s been some hysteria about the administration’s new estimate that the cumulative deficit will be $9 trillion over the next decade. Don’t get me wrong: this is bad. But it’s being treated as an inconceivable sum, far beyond anything that could possibly be handled. And it isn’t.
He engaged in some wishful thinking about growth under Obama:
What you have to bear in mind is that the economy -- and hence the federal tax base -- is enormous, too. Right now GDP is around $14 trillion. If economic growth averages 2.5% a year, which has been the norm, and inflation is 2% a year, which is the target (and which the bond market seems to believe), GDP will be around $22 trillion a decade from now. So we’re talking about adding debt that’s equal to around 40% of GDP.
Right now, federal debt is about 50% of GDP. So even if we do run these deficits, federal debt as a share of GDP will be substantially less than it was at the end of World War II.
Hmm. If you have to reach back to World War II to make your point that things are really not so grim, how "not so grim" could they really be?
Krugman's happy talk garnered some pushback in his blog's normally floridly praiseworthy comments section. "Drewfuss" cracked wise:
So this recession hasn’t racked up as much debt as our huge participation in the biggest military conflict in history.
Excellent.

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Now what is interesting about this graph about our sun's activity is NOT the peaks but the valleys. Please note that between the mid 1950s and late 1990s. Now look at about 2007! Does 2007 look more like 1901 and 1913?

http://science.nasa.gov/media/medialibrary/20...

I know, I know, Libtards think that evil mankind is more powerful than our Sun!

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But is it [the sun] supposed to be this quiet? In 2008, the sun set the following records:

A 50-year low in solar wind pressure: Measurements by the Ulysses spacecraft reveal a 20% drop in solar wind pressure since the mid-1990s—the lowest point since such measurements began in the 1960s. The solar wind helps keep galactic cosmic rays out of the inner solar system. With the solar wind flagging, more cosmic rays are permitted to enter, resulting in increased health hazards for astronauts. Weaker solar wind also means fewer geomagnetic storms and auroras on Earth.
A 12-year low in solar "irradiance": Careful measurements by several NASA spacecraft show that the sun's brightness has dropped by 0.02% at visible wavelengths and 6% at extreme UV wavelengths since the solar minimum of 1996. The changes so far are not enough to reverse the course of global warming, but there are some other significant side-effects: Earth's upper atmosphere is heated less by the sun and it is therefore less "puffed up." Satellites in low Earth orbit experience less atmospheric drag, extending their operational lifetimes. Unfortunately, space junk also remains longer in Earth orbit, increasing hazards to spacecraft and satellites.

A 55-year low in solar radio emissions: After World War II, astronomers began keeping records of the sun's brightness at radio wavelengths. Records of 10.7 cm flux extend back all the way to the early 1950s. Radio telescopes are now recording the dimmest "radio sun" since 1955: plot. Some researchers believe that the lessening of radio emissions is an indication of weakness in the sun's global magnetic field. No one is certain, however, because the source of these long-monitored radio emissions is not fully understood.
All these lows have sparked a debate about whether the ongoing minimum is "weird", "extreme" or just an overdue "market correction" following a string of unusually intense solar maxima.
"Since the Space Age began in the 1950s, solar activity has been generally high," notes Hathaway. "Five of the ten most intense solar cycles on record have occurred in the last 50 years. We're just not used to this kind of deep calm."
Deep calm was fairly common a hundred years ago. The solar minima of 1901 and 1913, for instance, were even longer than the one we're experiencing now. To match those minima in terms of depth and longevity, the current minimum will have to last at least another year.
In a way, the calm is exciting, says Pesnell. "For the first time in history, we're getting to see what a deep solar minimum is really like." A fleet of spacecraft including the Solar and Heliospheric Observatory (SOHO), the twin STEREO probes, the five THEMIS probes, Hinode, ACE, Wind, TRACE, AIM, TIMED, Geotail and others are studying the sun and its effects on Earth 24/7 using technology that didn't exist 100 years ago. Their measurements of solar wind, cosmic rays, irradiance and magnetic fields show that solar minimum is much more interesting and profound than anyone expected.

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JBH wrote:
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What is wrong with you?
Are there problems in your life?
What is the trial fuss by addicting to that sort of Protocol thing of not being able to get over it?
ENOUGH IS ENOUGH.
AGAIN, as the dictionary does not have everything in full to reflect for usage of everyday life speaking (the word is SOMETIMES), SOMETIMES, the same WORDS ARE USED NOUNS, VERBS AND/OR ADJECTIVES occasionally.
As you may not find the word "go" AS a noun or adjective in the dictionary, sometimes people say, "Mary is a go-getter), then go is not used as verb in so speaking.
Protocol does not necessarily have to be a diplomatic protocol nowadays, as there are Kyoto Protocol, Internet mail Protocol, other software and non-technology protocols.
When, SOMETIMES people say," Joe Beamba protocols to his girlfriend and not his parents and Obama", that means he extends courtesy to his girlfriend with respect, but not his parents nor Obama. Joe Beamba would rather give a lavished dinner and extravagant treatment to his girlfriend than Obama. Unlike others, he would not respect, meet Obama but reject him,
As you don't recognize this, some people will accept it and do the same sometimes. You appear to like and adore those others' words like BTW,(but hat is not the convention wording which is confused people think it is BMW cars) etc., as whether meeting grammar or not by accepting them with no saying of any of them, but they are not SLANGS either. JUST ON SLANGS, IT IS A HUGE ARENA, while those who don't know such even question if is English. Slangs are not necessarily Shakespeare slangs these days, but commonly known to those who do know and understand well, depending on who they are.
But you are no English specialist in North America.
What here is referred to, is basically for those who have been around with sufficient exposure to realize in the speaking dilemma.
Face it, you are INCAPABLE of writing anything effectively, succinctly, adroitly, efficiently or with any of the elements of style. Check out Strunck & White sometime.
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Cool! Then 'schizophrenics' is also a verb, as in "JBH schizophrenics his English on Topix."

“Bonjour Hello Buongiorno Hola”

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Every child should be able to identify a squirrel's turd when they see one.
les they mistake it for you.

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Oh how nice. I like the way Libtards teach their children.
Pro-Abortion Protester Has Young Girl Hold Sign:
“If I Wanted The Government In My Womb,
I Would F*** A Senator!”
http://www.redflagnews.com/headlines/pro-abor...
Is it any worse than sporting a child sporting a machine gun on his t-shirt?

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Jul 4, 2013
 
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They were confused and did not understand that they needed to answer the motion...
http://www.orlytaitzesq.com/...
Confused? Is this the same Orly Taitz who lost to an empty chair?

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Happy Birthday America!
Happy Birthday United States OF America.
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It is everybody's world, as you would give protocol (in this case, it is a noun) to the queen to meet with , while others would not but eject her.
Nope, protocol is what one follows in order to show respect.

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Jacques,
I got the inside scoop on Jesse J. yesterday.
The buzz in the law enforcement community is that Jr. is singing to the Feds and that is the cause for delay in sentencing.
They are in the dark too, just like everyone else, but they think that his wife Sandi might get probation in order to keep their family intact while he serves prison time.
They seem to think something big is happening and that some shady politicians are quaking in their boots for fear of what he might reveal about their criminal activities involving betrayal of the public trust.
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Jacques,
They're not sure who, but the name Richard Daley, among others, has been kicked around some.

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JBH wrote:
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What is wrong with you?
Are there problems in your life?
What is the trial fuss by addicting to that sort of Protocol thing of not being able to get over it?
ENOUGH IS ENOUGH.
AGAIN, as the dictionary does not have everything in full to reflect for usage of everyday life speaking (the word is SOMETIMES), SOMETIMES, the same WORDS ARE USED NOUNS, VERBS AND/OR ADJECTIVES occasionally.
As you may not find the word "go" AS a noun or adjective in the dictionary, sometimes people say, "Mary is a go-getter), then go is not used as verb in so speaking.
Protocol does not necessarily have to be a diplomatic protocol nowadays, as there are Kyoto Protocol, Internet mail Protocol, other software and non-technology protocols.
When, SOMETIMES people say," Joe Beamba protocols to his girlfriend and not his parents and Obama", that means he extends courtesy to his girlfriend with respect, but not his parents nor Obama. Joe Beamba would rather give a lavished dinner and extravagant treatment to his girlfriend than Obama. Unlike others, he would not respect, meet Obama but reject him,
As you don't recognize this, some people will accept it and do the same sometimes. You appear to like and adore those others' words like BTW,(but hat is not the convention wording which is confused people think it is BMW cars) etc., as whether meeting grammar or not by accepting them with no saying of any of them, but they are not SLANGS either. JUST ON SLANGS, IT IS A HUGE ARENA, while those who don't know such even question if is English. Slangs are not necessarily Shakespeare slangs these days, but commonly known to those who do know and understand well, depending on who they are.
But you are no English specialist in North America.
What here is referred to, is basically for those who have been around with sufficient exposure to realize in the speaking dilemma.
wojar wrote:
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Face it, you are INCAPABLE of writing anything effectively, succinctly, adroitly, efficiently or with any of the elements of style. Check out Shucking & Jiving sometime.
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What Wojo be sayin', iffin' yo not written in Ebonics, yo is stew ped.

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Jacques,
They're not sure who, but the name Richard Daley, among others, has been kicked around some.
Didn't Richard Daley have to testify last year in one of those waterboarding civil lawsuits? I know, the Huff Post will not mention the word "weatherboarding", and neither will the rest of the LSM, but we know what form of torture the Shitcago PD were accuse of using against BLACK men.
Yep, you black people only thing Democrats like you when in fact all they do i s pander your votes and then throw you a few peanuts.

Daley To Answer Questions During Police Torture Trial
04/10/12 02:05 PM ET

CHICAGO -- Former Chicago Mayor Richard M. Daley has agreed to answer questions under oath about allegations that he was part of a conspiracy to cover up police torture decades ago, attorneys said Tuesday.

Daley and City Hall had fought for years to keep him from being brought before lawyers suing the city on behalf of men who say they were tortured by former Chicago Police Cmdr. Jon Burge or detectives under his command in the 1970s and the 1980s.

Daley was Cook County state's attorney for much of the 1980s and became mayor in 1989.

At a federal hearing Tuesday, the city relented and agreed to make Daley available for questioning by the lawyers, said Flint Taylor, who represents a former inmate suing the city over the allegations. No date has been set.
http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/04/10/dale...

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And here is another one and again they will not use the word "weatherboard". Why? Is it because it was done by Democrats against African-Americans?!?
But ya know, the LSM did not mind mentioning waterboarding when G.W. was president but Bush was not forcing people into false confessions and then throwing in Prison for life!!!

Wrongfully convicted man asks judge to force Daley to testify
BY KIM JANSSEN Federal Courts Reporter January 31, 2013

Lawyers for a wrongfully convicted man who spent 21 years behind bars for a murder he didn’t commit are asking a federal judge to force former Mayor Richard M. Daley to testify in a lawsuit against the City of Chicago and disgraced Chicago Police Cmdr. Jon Burge.

Ronald Kitchen — released from prison in 2009 after his conviction was overturned — wants Daley to testify about what he knew and when about alleged torturing of African-American suspects under Burge. Daley was Cook County state’s attorney when prosecutors pushed for the death penalty against Kitchen.
http://www.suntimes.com/news/17930442-418/wro...

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But so long as they settle out of court, Daley doesn't have to testify about the WATERBOARDING of African-Americans by the Democrat controlled Shitcago PD!!!

Chicago Police Torture Victims Win Settlement, But Former Mayor Won’t Testify
By Aviva Shen on Jul 24, 2012

The city of Chicago is preparing to pay out more than $5 million to former inmate Michael Tillman, one of 110 alleged African American victims of police torture under long-time police commander Jon Burge. Tillman spent more than two decades in prison for the 1986 rape and murder of a South Side woman, which he confessed to after detectives repeatedly beat him with a phone book, suffocated him with a typewriter cover, poured soda up his nose, threatened him with a gun, and burned him with a cigarette lighter.
The Finance Committee also called for a $1.8 million payment to David Fauntleroy, who was tortured into confessing to a 1983 murder that landed him a prison sentence of 25 years.
http://thinkprogress.org/justice/2012/07/24/5...
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Jul 4, 2013
 
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<quoted text>Incorrect. This is merely a thread in the U.S. Politics Forum. Do try and understand where you are. You're dismissed.
Still wrong Romper. What a shock.

May I suggest http://m.topix.com/topix/faq#find_news

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And what is sad is that the black people on this forum will not comment on these waterboarding tortured confessions from African-Americans. They have sold their souls to the DNC!
Wa da matta Wojo and Poopo? Does this not bother you!!! Methinks you is just some Judas goats.
Rogue

City settles two Burge torture cases, Daley need not testify Posted: Jul 23, 2012

CHICAGO (Sun-Times Media Wire)-
Chicago taxpayers will pay $7.17 million to compensate two more victims of police torture committed under the watch of convicted former Area 2 commander Jon Burge — and former Mayor Richard M. Daley won't have to testify — after a City Council committee signed off Monday on settlements with two men.
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Attorney Flint Taylor, who represented Taylor, said he's disappointed he won't get to question Daley, who was Cook County state's attorney before being elected mayor.

But he said, "I don't think Daley is off the hook completely here….He remains a central figure in the torture scandal and potential witness in the remaining cases….The evidence that we would have confronted him about still remains, and that is there for all to see and for other lawyers in other cases to use. I don't think Daley's name will ever be removed from the pantheon of conspirators in the Burge torture cases."

Read more: http://www.myfoxchicago.com/story/19091761/jo...

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