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Justice LRS

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Jul 26, 2013
 
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1. That is not a rebuttal/
2. If Play Justice knew how to use Google he would have known that A. Morissette has posted on topix previously.
Somehow Mr. Liars in his paranoia, complicated with autism, believes that if he has not seen someone post previously it fits into his delusions.
Sad.
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Wow! For someone who is in paradise with his true love, you sure find plenty of time to post on Topix. Just as you always have. LMAO! Live it up FableBoy!
Oh, "PAY UP SUCKA"! LMAO
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Jul 26, 2013
 
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How so? The autistic twit must first understand irony before he can understand how it was applied by Morissette.
Not surprising as Mr. Play Justice comprehends neither metaphor nor inference.
At least Mr. Play Justice does understand how to construct a non sequitur.
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O toofless wunda speaks! Unfortunately, once again, he says nothing of substance. Zero. Kind of like him. LMAO!

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Jul 26, 2013
 
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Army agrees to pay Halliburton $2 billion for imaginary work
The U.S. Army agreed to pay Halliburtonís KBR subsidiary nearly $2 billion for work that nobody can prove ever took place. The work was allegedly performed in Iraq and Kuwait under the Armyís LOGCAP contract, awarded to KBR in 2001 via competitive bidding.
Under LOGCAP, KBR is responsible for military logistics, which includes feeding the troops, transporting military supplies, constructing military housing and offices, and maintaining laundry facilities. KBR is reimbursed by the Pentagon for its costs, then paid a fee of one to three percent of those costs. So far, KBR has received $6.4 billion for work under LOGCAP.
Army auditors determined last year that 43 percent of the $4.5 billion requested by Halliburton under LOGCAP could not be verified under normal accounting procedures.
http://www.bcrevolution.ca/halliburton.htm
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Halliburton charged with selling nuclear technology to Iran
http://tinyurl.com/d6tbcj
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v =O0giXvhEWMoXX
US Senators question Halliburton Selling Nuclear Technology to Iran
Do you know what a "COR" is? It is a Contracting Officer Representative! And guess what? I did that for four and a half years while I was in the Army. Do not blame KBR or Halliburton just because the COR has his head in the wrong place.
As I recall several CORs where court martialled for several reason. Yet neither KBR nor Halliburton have been have had any large criminal complains against them.

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Jul 26, 2013
 
Justice LRS wrote:
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Wow! For someone who is in paradise with his true love, you sure find plenty of time to post on Topix. Just as you always have. LMAO! Live it up FableBoy!
Oh, "PAY UP SUCKA"! LMAO
I'm on vacation. If there is anything I have it's plenty of time. BTW, we had a great time this morning after we woke up. However, at age 61, I cannot go 24 hours a day in the sack no matter how cute she is.

Most of my time is actually spent studying music theory, going to market, cooking dinner and teaching g/f French, Italian, Indian, Chinese, and German cuisine. I also spend time on Facebook and LinkedIn. Somehow because I have time on my vacation way out in the jungle it means to Mr. non sequitur that I must not really be on vacation. That's par for the course.
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Jul 26, 2013
 
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One small abrasion, no more than a quarter-inch in size on TMís left ring finger below the knuckle does not suggest anything Rogue, nor does the baby scratches on Zís head suggest his life was threatened in any way.
If youíre suggesting itís a fair proposition that a full grown man bring his nine to a kidís fistfight even when the kid is spotting him 50 pounds and 12 years prime then so be it. I suppose next youíll be saying the kid was a werewolf and no doubt had to be destroyed.
Yep, if someone threatens you with bodily harm or worse, you have the right to stop them. If you go up to someone and begin beating them, guess what, you can shoot them dead! The court reached the correct verdict. Now, GET OVER IT!

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Jul 26, 2013
 
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How the Bush administration let North Korea get nukes.
On Oct. 4, 2002, officials from the U.S. State Department flew to Pyongyang, the capital of North Korea, and confronted Kim Jong-il's foreign ministry with evidence that Kim had acquired centrifuges for processing highly enriched uranium, which could be used for building nuclear weapons. To the Americans' surprise, the North Koreans conceded. It was an unsettling revelation, coming just as the Bush administration was gearing up for a confrontation with Iraq. This new threat wasn't imminent; processing uranium is a tedious task; Kim Jong-il was almost certainly years away from grinding enough of the stuff to make an atomic bomb.
http://www.washingtonmonthly.com/features/200...
They started their nuke program while .... Clinton was in office!!!
Oh, in the early 1940s we developed two different types of nuclear bombs using two different isotopes and we did it in just three years using 1940s technology.
Iran and North Korea even while stealing technology are still having problems doing that!!!
Oh, do you know what city is just 20-30 miles south of the Korean DMZ? Seoul! Do you know what the population of the greater Seoul area is? 25.6 Million people!!! Now the problem is once a country has nukes, what do you do then? Risk 25.6 million lives?!?
Oh, we also consult with the S. Koreans and the Japanese as they have the most to lose if war breaks out on the Korean Peninsula.
I am simply amazed as you at your shortsightedness.

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Jul 26, 2013
 
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O toofless wunda speaks! Unfortunately, once again, he says nothing of substance. Zero. Kind of like him. LMAO!
It flew right over his head. How sad for the little autistic twit.

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How so? The autistic twit must first understand irony before he can understand how it was applied by Morissette.
Not surprising as Mr. Play Justice comprehends neither metaphor nor inference.
At least Mr. Play Justice does understand how to construct a non sequitur.[/QUOTE]

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The CIA provided a stream of accurate reports to the Reagan / Bush administration that Pakistanís Dr. Abdul Qadeer Khan was making nuclear weapons-grade uranium throughout the 1980ís. Reagan / Bush did absolutely nothing to stop it because Pakistani ISI was helping Usama bin Laden, al Qaeda, and Taliban to oust the Soviets out of Afghanistan. The Russians wanted to control Afghanistan for future oil and gas pipelines from the Caspian Sea Oil and Gas Region.
Now fast forward to October 2001, CIA questioned two senior Pakistani scientists Sultan Bashiruddin Mahmood and Chaudry Abdul Majid and they said Pro-Taliban feelings extend beyond the Pakistani Army, the ISI, it is right into Pakistanís nuclear-weapons laboratories. Dr. A.Q. Khan confessed that he helped with the Pakistani government assistance, to sell nuclear technology to Libya, North Korea, Iran, and Malaysia. These Pakistani nuclear scientists have close ties to radical Islamic terrorists groups.
George ďIgnorant Iraqi OilĒ Bush did not do anything about Pakistanís government selling nuclear technology to Libya, North Korea, Iran, and Malaysia. The CIA had 100% proof of this and George ďIncompetentĒ Bush came out publicly with the truth on October 16, 2002, only 5 days after the Congress voted for Military Force against Iraq. Ignorant Bush also sold F-16 aircraft to Pakistan.
Yes, they were enriching .... reactor grade uranium. They did not have the equipment to enrich it before that.
Again, stop reading comic books written by Libtards as they have no idea what they are talking about!

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Have you wondered why the only injuries on TM were to his hands from hitting some thing? TM was no the one with a broken nose, cuts on his head and a wet back with grass clippings.
Here in Florida you do not have to wait until someone starts hitting you to defend yourself. And you can use deadly force it you are in a reasonable fear of serious bodily harm or death.
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One small abrasion, no more than a quarter-inch in size on TMís left ring finger below the knuckle does not suggest anything Rogue, nor does the baby scratches on Zís head suggest his life was threatened in any way.
If youíre suggesting itís a fair proposition that a full grown man bring his nine to a kidís fistfight even when the kid is spotting him 50 pounds and 12 years prime then so be it. I suppose next youíll be saying the kid was a werewolf and no doubt had to be destroyed.
But you can not prove that he reasonably thought he was in great bodily damage or death and the benefit of a doubt is HIS!!!
And what evidence do you have there was a "fist fight"? NONE!!! All evidence indicates TM ASSAULTED GZ!!!
Oh, I fell from four feet and my head landed on concrete and I had NO CUTS but I did have a concision and spent three days in the hospital!
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Too funny! If Romper had half a clue he wouldn't need to ask why A. M. found a Birfoon blathering about someone not willing to accept reality to be ironic
Of course, if Romper had half a clue he wouldn't be a Birfoon in the first place
I see that yellow streak down your back is now twice as wide. You must have been cowering down again! Ah, had to save your azz by offering to buy the guy a drink, huh? LMAO! It is your style. LMAO!

You know, if you weren't as dumb as a pile of dogshyt, you wouldn't be an ignorant, left-wing loon!
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It flew right over his head. How sad for the little autistic twit.
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This coming from the bonehead who is being played like a cheap guitar! "PAY UP SUCKA"! Moronic mental midget. LMAO! So, how much has she conned you out of so far? LMAO!!!!!!!!1

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OpenSecrets.org is a loony-tooney-lefty site. Anytime I see "non-profit, nonpartisan research" I know that!!!
Oh, they want people to think they are mainstream but OpenSecrets.org is a s loon-tooney-lefty as they come.

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The Center for Responsive Politics (CRP) is a non-profit, nonpartisan research group based in Washington, D.C. that tracks the effects of money and lobbying on elections and public policy. It maintains a public online database of its information.

Their database OpenSecrets.org allows users to track federal campaign contributions and lobbying, by lobbying firms, individual lobbyists, industry, federal agency, and bills. Other resources include the personal financial disclosures of all members of the U.S. Congress, the president, and top members of the administration. Users can also search by ZIP codes to learn how their neighbors are allocating their political contributions.

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I'm on vacation. If there is anything I have it's plenty of time. BTW, we had a great time this morning after we woke up. However, at age 61, I cannot go 24 hours a day in the sack no matter how cute she is.
Most of my time is actually spent studying music theory, going to market, cooking dinner and teaching g/f French, Italian, Indian, Chinese, and German cuisine. I also spend time on Facebook and LinkedIn. Somehow because I have time on my vacation way out in the jungle it means to Mr. non sequitur that I must not really be on vacation. That's par for the course.
A vacation is anything that is different and revitalizes you. Since I don't like big cities, I like to go to a big city during a weekend and things are more laid back. I do to rural areas and tourist areas in the middle of the week.
I would rater do Las Vegas on a Tuesday through a Thursday than on a gawd damned three-day weekend! Labor Day, Memorial Day, etc. are the worst times to go to Vegas, Reno, Disney World any popular beach etc.

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Girl friend is finished cleaning up. Good night all.
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<quoted text>I see that yellow streak down your back is now twice as wide. You must have been cowering down again! Ah, had to save your azz by offering to buy the guy a drink, huh? LMAO! It is your style. LMAO!

You know, if you weren't as dumb as a pile of dogshyt, you wouldn't be an ignorant, left-wing loon!
Poor puss boi still clinging to his fables. After advertising your ignorance about everything you decide to hit repeat? Poor Romper. The most ignorant of all Birfoons

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Great article! The Fascist no doubt are already here and seem to be damned proud off it.

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Yep, if someone threatens you with bodily harm or worse, you have the right to stop them. If you go up to someone and begin beating them, guess what, you can shoot them dead! The court reached the correct verdict. Now, GET OVER IT!
Does that apply to five and ten year olds as well Mr. Liars? The kid could have killed me with that bicycle or that screaming doll could have done permanent damage to my ears sort of thing?
Justice LRS

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Does that apply to five and ten year olds as well Mr. Liars? The kid could have killed me with that bicycle or that screaming doll could have done permanent damage to my ears sort of thing?
Many of these kids are gang members the day they are born, you moron. Are you going to trust a ten year old with a 45 in his hand? I'm not.

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I can blame the teacher unions. Several years ago I ran into a high school science teacher and I did my shtick about dihydrogen monoxide poisoning and she did not get it. When I explained it to her she said, "I'm a science teacher and not a chemistry teacher'!!!
Oh, he is a product of our intercity school system.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v =zkAAFdHbgb0XX
A friend of mine was given a citation for excellence by Mayor Bloomberg because her kids scored so highly on the standardised tests to determine their grade levels (many were above their grade levels). The next thing she received was a notice that she could be terminated if she did not follow the NYC schools curriculum for her grade level. How ridiculous is that? I agree that the teachers' unions are a problem but they are just one of many affecting our substandard educational programs. I sometimes wonder if it isn't designed to keep the populace stupid and under control (and I am NO conspiracy theorist).

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There are worse things than war. And, making a profit is not a crime.
And you do know what the Romans said about war? "The prevent war, be prepared for war". The reason why the Japanese attacked Pearl Harbor was they knew they could get away with it as were not prepared.
Do you know ho the air craft carrier, the USS John Stennis", is named after and why? If it was not for him, we probably would have lost WWII!
You idiotically wrote : "The reason why the Japanese attacked Pearl Harbor was they knew they could get away with it as were not prepared."

They did? So they won WW2?

PS : All they did was destroy obsolete battle wagons. No carriers. The only sad and horrible thing about Pearl harbor was the loss of so many lives.

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