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The U.S. Supreme Court will consider Friday whether to take up a lawsuit challenging President-elect Barack Obama 's U.S. citizenship, a continuation of a New Jersey case embraced by some opponents of Obama's ...

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Rogue Scholar 05 wrote:
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But Hitler was a Fascist which is a Socialist form of BIG GOVERNMENT. The only difference between Facism and Soviet Communism is that under Fascism you can own your own business and home ..... so long as you agree with everything they want to do! Just what Obama exposes!
Reality Rogue...it's just a click away...

Hostile to liberal democracy, socialism, and communism, fascist movements share certain common features, including the veneration of the state, a devotion to a strong leader, and an emphasis on ultranationalism and militarism. Fascism views political violence, war, and imperialism as a means to achieve national rejuvenation[3][6][7][8] and asserts that stronger nations have the right to obtain land and resources by displacing weaker nations.[9]

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Jacques from Ottawa wrote:
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More and more obsessed with colour, are you? Does it allow you to even sleep? Do you picture bah bah black jumping sheep to lull you to sleep?
Only if he can imaging them doing it for free...under penalty of whatever he does to punish sheep.

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You wake up on wrong side of bed. Go back on vacation. Maybe you find chicken little to pork.
Funny that you'd mention vacation. So many Americans were vacationing at the hotel where we stayed. One bus-full and many cars with assorted US states. And funny, and remember, this is "rude and not-nice" Québec, pretty much everyone seemed to be having a splendid time. And funnier still, so many Americans and English-speaking Canadian guests, hotel staff would automatically address me in English -(what, they speak English in Québec?)---which for me was frustrating to say the least.

Tell us again about your bad experiences in Québec, Rogue, and what it is they did to you.

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Scrutiny wrote:
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Only if he can imaging them doing it for free...under penalty of whatever he does to punish sheep.
And the black sheep best be clean and polite.

I'll never eat lamb again.
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Fabricated scandals will always have a very short shelf life Frank. I’m sure you think it’s a scandal Obama is president but that don’t make it one.
Well I don't know about that Poppo. Seems you birthers have kept this birther scandal alive now on 4 1/2 years with no end in sight.
And before you say you're not a birther I want to correct you.
You have been feeding into this scandal just like the rest of the birthers. Takes two to tango and all that. Long live scandals! eh'
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Jacques from Ottawa wrote:
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"White bastard", I suppose, is not okay, but never as bad as "black bastard" and if you don't see and understand the difference between the two, then I truly feel sorry for you.
Tell us,'O Child of Knowledge, how is "black bastard" any different or any worse than "white bastard"? Careful where you step!

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Rogue Scholar 05 wrote:
Girl friend is finished cleaning up. Good night all.
Hey Rogue, just wondering, do you use a trans-dermal patch or do you use some other dosage form? Low T can also lead to degeneration of the heart muscle among other undesirable problems so it's not just good for improving your bedroom time.

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You do know that Pope Benedict XVI was put in a Concentration Camp because he would not join the Hitler Youth, don't you?!?(he turned 18 just as the war was ending) Sure it was not the same type of Concentration Camps the Jews were sent to, but it was a CC just the same.
In addition to 6 mil Jews the Nazi also slaughtered 3 million Poles. My mom workded for the Church in NYC after the war finding homes for orphaned Polish children. I heard many many horrible stories. One little Polish girl at age 5 was allowed to live. The Nazis forced her to slam the door shut on her family in the combination gas chamber/oven.

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loose cannon wrote:
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The following may, or may not, be of interest to you.
"The radiologic signs of cervical anterior subluxation are subtle. Even when recognized the injury may not be considered significant. However, anterior subluxation is the most unstable of cervical spine injuries..."
Did you know 5 + 4 = 8, 2 + 3 = 4, and 3 + 4 = 6?

Where is this true?

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Justice LRS wrote:
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Tell us,'O Child of Knowledge, how is "black bastard" any different or any worse than "white bastard"? Careful where you step!
Darn, too late, stepped onto a patch of sh*t. You.

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loose cannon wrote:
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The following may, or may not, be of interest to you.
"The radiologic signs of cervical anterior subluxation are subtle. Even when recognized the injury may not be considered significant. However, anterior subluxation is the most unstable of cervical spine injuries..."
Hmmmm. When doing sit ups I always feel and hear a substantial "clunk" in my back. Perhaps subluxation is why I have sciatica as well as bursitis of the hip (for over 40 years)?(With calcium deposit on the greater trochanter.)

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Wojar,
What kind of stupid question is that?
My point is that the immediate and primary concern of medical staff for people who have undergone head trauma yet are still conscious and talkative is very often the stabilization of the cervical spine. Even in instances where there is no point tenderness or complaints of pain.
Do your own math homework from now on.
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<quoted text>Most of the people in this country ignore the 32 Obama scandals of just the past few years.
Breaking News!
Latest "scandal" from the White House!
Obama forgot to pick up a poo while walking the family dog.

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Fox news will get right on it!

That's 33 scandals now!

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Wojar,
There is a big difference between chronic low back pain and acute head and neck trauma.
I can't help you with anything chronic or imaginary.
Do you know what "joint mice" are?
Maybe that something to take into consideration.
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Wojar,
In all seriousness, you may have some bone spurring going on.
Especially since you mention an accumulation of calcium deposits on the surface of the greater trochant.
It comes with age with some people.
A lateral lumbar spine film would give you a definite answer in regard to bone spurs of the lower vertabrae.
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loose cannon wrote:
Wojar,
What kind of stupid question is that?
My point is that the immediate and primary concern of medical staff for people who have undergone head trauma yet are still conscious and talkative is very often the stabilization of the cervical spine. Even in instances where there is no point tenderness or complaints of pain.
Do your own math homework from now on.
loose
I **knew** that answer was coming.

The question pertained to music theory.

If you add intervals, third and fifth, you get a seventh.

If you add a third and fourth, you get a sixth.

3 + 5 = 7 and 3 + 4 = 6.

E.g. Ascending from C to G is a perfect fifth. From G to B is a major third. Ascending from C to B is major seventh: 5 + 3 = 7.

I thought you played the piano?

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loose cannon wrote:
Wojar,
There is a big difference between chronic low back pain and acute head and neck trauma.
I can't help you with anything chronic or imaginary.
Do you know what "joint mice" are?
Maybe that something to take into consideration.
loose
The head of orthopedics at Milwaukee County General Hospital made the diagnosis based on radiological and other evidence so I doubt it is imaginary.

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loose cannon wrote:
Wojar,
In all seriousness, you may have some bone spurring going on.
Especially since you mention an accumulation of calcium deposits on the surface of the greater trochant.
It comes with age with some people.
A lateral lumbar spine film would give you a definite answer in regard to bone spurs of the lower vertabrae.
loose
Thanks. Although I had it since age 28. After I quit running it improved substantially when I switched to bicycling. Two years ago after ~3 decades of bicycling I started running again and now the pain is unbearable. BTW, I'm back to bicycling again.
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Jacques from Ottawa wrote:
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Darn, too late, stepped onto a patch of sh*t. You.
I didn't think you'd want to explain. BSer.

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