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I am a descendant of Ozanie Joseph Nadeau and Marguerite Abraham. Joseph was an indentured servant from 1657 until 1662 when he was given 100 lbs of money and a 5 ache farm on the Île d'Orléans and was allowed to marry. He married Marguerite and they had three sons and so there are over 100,000 Nadeau's in North America.
In 2000 I drove to Quebec City and checked into a hotel. The next day I tried to hire a taxi to take me to the Île d'Orléans in an attempt to find out wear the farm was and no one would talk to me. The next day I faked a German speaking English and I had not trouble getting a taxi. The Quebecois hate English!!!

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I brought this up a few days ago. Turboprop aircraft are slower than jets but they are more fuel efficient. Sense the cost of fuel is high, people are buying more turboprop aircraft and fewer jets.
Piston aircraft are steady.
Economics 101

General aviation deliveries pick up despite biz jet lag / Aug 5, 2013

Daniel McCoy
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Wichita Business Journal

Deliveries of general aviation aircraft worldwide increased in the first half of 2013, up 8.9 percent to 1,014, from 931 in the first half last year.
However, according to a report from the General Aviation Manufacturers Association, deliveries of business jets dropped from 295 to 283 in the same period.
The delivery numbers were buoyed by a 70.6 percent increase in the sale of multiengine turboprops, to 58.
Deliveries of piston aircraft rose 16.1 percent to 455, and single-engine turboprops increased 3.8 percent to 218.
Total billings for all models rose 26.4 percent to $10.4 billion year over year.
GAMA says it's the first time since 2008 that industry revenues have exceeded $10 billion for the first six months of a year.

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<quoted text>I don't care what you want or think. This bill is Unconstitutional. Plain and simple. And yes, the SC was wrong! No one is fooling themselves, but many of you are being fooled! Wake up Mr. Clueless.
A Birfoon fantasizing that he knows more about the Constitution and rule if law than CJ Roberts. Will the surprises never end?

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Why do the "HAVE" to? Everyone who is Hawaiian native also understands English. This guy's name is not an Hawaiian name. He has an European-Christian name and he fully understands English. He is just a typical Libtard that wants to force people to see things his way.
I Quebec, are they bilingual? Both English and French are the official languages until you go to Quebec, then you must speak French.
I met a guy you open a print shop in Quebec. His sign was in both French and English but they demanded he remove the English from his sign. When he refused, they removed his sign. Oh, he was right next door to a Chinese restaurant which had Chinese in their sign but that was okay, but not English!
Is it possible, Rogue, that you could write the above 125 odd words and be wrong, off, on every single one of them?

Let me show you :

1. It does not matter what the guy's origin is, Hawaiian is the official language of Hawaii, it's enshrined in the Hawaiian Constitution I presume and comes under the federal bill of rights. He has every right to an Hawaiian-language test, even if he speaks perfect English. You don't abuse someone's rights just because he knows something. With you and birthers the constitution and/or the rule of law are but rags that you interpret any way you like it;

2. You make pronouncements on French-English language rights in Canada with me present here on Topix? Are you nuts? ALL signs can be bilingual in Québec so long as the French text is twice as large as the English one. This may seem silly, but in fact, it's not, as Québec, unlike Louisiana, WANTS to keep French language and culture alive and that, based on "la loi 101", is fully appropriate. That person did NOT have to remove his sign if it was properly crafted according to Québec language law. For your information, Rogue, I am perfectly bilingual, plus 2 , and when I deal with the federal AND my Ontario provincial gov't AND the city of Ottawa, they damn well better deal in French with me. And they do 90% of the time. The other 10%, I don't make a fuss, but I politely and respectfully ask for someone who can. Most Québécois have a good understanding of English by the way. And because I speak some sort of "snobbish" French and don't use slang or "franglais", the Québécois will answer me in English, lol.

Now tell me, rogue, all these bad experiences and harsh treatment in Québec, how often have you been there?

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Is it possible, Rogue, that you could write the above 125 odd words and be wrong, off, on every single one of them?
Let me show you :
1. It does not matter what the guy's origin is, Hawaiian is the official language of Hawaii, it's enshrined in the Hawaiian Constitution I presume and comes under the federal bill of rights. He has every right to an Hawaiian-language test, even if he speaks perfect English. You don't abuse someone's rights just because he knows something. With you and birthers the constitution and/or the rule of law are but rags that you interpret any way you like it;
2. You make pronouncements on French-English language rights in Canada with me present here on Topix? Are you nuts? ALL signs can be bilingual in Québec so long as the French text is twice as large as the English one. This may seem silly, but in fact, it's not, as Québec, unlike Louisiana, WANTS to keep French language and culture alive and that, based on "la loi 101", is fully appropriate. That person did NOT have to remove his sign if it was properly crafted according to Québec language law. For your information, Rogue, I am perfectly bilingual, plus 2 , and when I deal with the federal AND my Ontario provincial gov't AND the city of Ottawa, they damn well better deal in French with me. And they do 90% of the time. The other 10%, I don't make a fuss, but I politely and respectfully ask for someone who can. Most Québécois have a good understanding of English by the way. And because I speak some sort of "snobbish" French and don't use slang or "franglais", the Québécois will answer me in English, lol.
Now tell me, rogue, all these bad experiences and harsh treatment in Québec, how often have you been there?
Why does the French have to be twice the size of the English if both languages are recognized in Canada? What a hypocrite you Libtards are and you are two stupid to no it.
Oh, I have been to Quebec only once and that was my last time. They are ruder than the Parisians are!

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I am a descendant of Ozanie Joseph Nadeau and Marguerite Abraham. Joseph was an indentured servant from 1657 until 1662 when he was given 100 lbs of money and a 5 ache farm on the Île d'Orléans and was allowed to marry. He married Marguerite and they had three sons and so there are over 100,000 Nadeau's in North America.
In 2000 I drove to Quebec City and checked into a hotel. The next day I tried to hire a taxi to take me to the Île d'Orléans in an attempt to find out wear the farm was and no one would talk to me. The next day I faked a German speaking English and I had not trouble getting a taxi. The Quebecois hate English!!!
Either you made that one up or it was the exception that proved the rule.

I was in Québec city in May, and twice last year. It was strange as in restaurants and public places, almost all one could hear through the din of conversation was English, so touristy Québec city is. And strange, as in Mont Tremblant last month, not a single complaint about too much French or too little English, or of arrogance.

You've been how often again?

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Why does the French have to be twice the size of the English if both languages are recognized in Canada? What a hypocrite you Libtards are and you are two stupid to no it.
Oh, I have been to Quebec only once and that was my last time. They are ruder than the Parisians are!
I explained that first sentence of yours. Re-read the explanation. And I will add that the province of Québec has unique and special language charter rights under the constitution. And even though I am not Québécois, I agree with them.

So you've been once and that paints it for every one of the 8 million Québécois , and forever at that?'Nuff said.

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Well it looks like Jimmy Buffets old brother Warren's company is doing well. Warren ownes the world largest jet air taxi company in the world.
Yep, Warren is just another Limousine Liberal!!!

New planes, reduced competition help NetJets’ earnings By Steve Wartenberg
The Columbus Dispatch Tuesday August 6, 2013 2:19 AM

The second-quarter earnings news from the company led by billionaire Warren Buffett shows that, in the first six months of this year, NetJets “experienced increased sales of fractional aircraft shares and its earnings increased primarily due to improved flight-operations margins, fractional-sales margins and reduced net financing costs.”Observers say the new planes being added to its fleet and diminished competition in its industry have helped.

The company is in the early stages of a fleet upgrade that is expected to include the purchase of 670 aircraft for$17.6 billion over 10 years.

CEO Jordan Hansell was not available for comment yesterday.

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Why does the French have to be twice the size of the English if both languages are recognized in Canada? What a hypocrite you Libtards are and you are two stupid to no it.
Oh, I have been to Quebec only once and that was my last time. They are ruder than the Parisians are!
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I explained that first sentence of yours. Re-read the explanation. And I will add that the province of Québec has unique and special language charter rights under the constitution. And even though I am not Québécois, I agree with them.
So you've been once and that paints it for every one of the 8 million Québécois , and forever at that?'Nuff said.
Yep, Libtards always want exception for their special need! Tell us why they need to have French twice the size of the English? Are they all near sighted? No, they HATE English people.
Don't forget, I am half-Canadian heritage!!!

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Here is another group of Libtards. Hey guys, it is an Aircraft Carrier, not a "flat-top destroyer"!!!
Sure it is to small for conventional jet fighter planes to operate off of but it is the size of WWII AIRCRAFT CARRIERS!!!
Liberals think if they call it something different, it will become what they call it. Like the Affordable Care Act which is anything but affordable!!!

Japan unveils largest warship since World War II
Eric Talmadge, Associated Press 6 hours ago

YOKOHAMA, Japan (AP)-- Japan on Tuesday unveiled its biggest warship since World War II, a huge flat-top destroyer that has raised eyebrows in China and elsewhere because it bears a strong resemblance to a conventional aircraft carrier.

The ship, which has a flight deck that is nearly 250 meters (820 feet) long, is designed to carry up to 14 helicopters. Japanese officials say it will be used in national defense — particularly in anti-submarine warfare and border-area surveillance missions — and to bolster the nation's ability to transport personnel and supplies in response to large-scale natural disasters, like the devastating earthquake and tsunami in 2011.

Though the ship — dubbed "Izumo" — has been in the works since 2009, its unveiling comes as Japan and China are locked in a dispute over several small islands located between southern Japan and Taiwan. For months, ships from both countries have been conducting patrols around the isles, called the Senkaku in Japan and the Diaoyutai in China.

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Here is a picture of Japan's other, small, helicopter "destroyer" next to an American USS Geo. Washington class carrier.

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I am a descendant of Ozanie Joseph Nadeau and Marguerite Abraham. Joseph was an indentured servant from 1657 until 1662 when he was given 100 lbs of money and a 5 ache farm on the Île d'Orléans and was allowed to marry. He married Marguerite and they had three sons and so there are over 100,000 Nadeau's in North America.
In 2000 I drove to Quebec City and checked into a hotel. The next day I tried to hire a taxi to take me to the Île d'Orléans in an attempt to find out wear the farm was and no one would talk to me. The next day I faked a German speaking English and I had not trouble getting a taxi. The Quebecois hate English!!!
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Either you made that one up or it was the exception that proved the rule.
I was in Québec city in May, and twice last year. It was strange as in restaurants and public places, almost all one could hear through the din of conversation was English, so touristy Québec city is. And strange, as in Mont Tremblant last month, not a single complaint about too much French or too little English, or of arrogance.
You've been how often again?
Well, who were the people speaking English? I don't mind people speaking French anywhere but in Quebec they resented me because I did not know enough French. Only when I pretended to be a German, did they accept my English!
Oh, when I went to Paris I use to use my German and for the very same reason. French people, except for the Normandy area, seem to hate Americans!

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Well it looks like Jimmy Buffets old brother Warren's company is doing well. Warren ownes the world largest jet air taxi company in the world.
Yep, Warren is just another Limousine Liberal!!!
New planes, reduced competition help NetJets’ earnings By Steve Wartenberg
The Columbus Dispatch Tuesday August 6, 2013 2:19 AM
The second-quarter earnings news from the company led by billionaire Warren Buffett shows that, in the first six months of this year, NetJets “experienced increased sales of fractional aircraft shares and its earnings increased primarily due to improved flight-operations margins, fractional-sales margins and reduced net financing costs.”Observers say the new planes being added to its fleet and diminished competition in its industry have helped.
The company is in the early stages of a fleet upgrade that is expected to include the purchase of 670 aircraft for$17.6 billion over 10 years.
CEO Jordan Hansell was not available for comment yesterday.
http://www.dispatch.com/content/stories/busin...
Why do you keep after Warren Buffett like that? He is , I think, fairly up front with what he does, cripes, has even suggested a big tax hike for people like him , much to the horror of his rich colleagues.

Told you before, Buffett is not a liberal-type limousine guy. Last I knew, he still drives himself to work in a 10 yr old car and lives with his wife in the same modest bungalow they moved in when they married. He now flies business class at the urging of his peers, aometimes uses NetJet's airplanes. Up to 1 years ago, guy flew coach.

He built a company that benefits shareholders, no funny stuff. There is nothing wrong getting rich if you pay your fair share of taxes, which he does yet he wants to pay more, along with Gates. He gave over $50 billion to a charitable trust, and he and Gates have literally wiped out yellow fever and smallpox in developing countries. I'm sure the guy's no angel in business, but what exactly do you have against him?

Oh, and his company NetJet's business is making private flying available for those who can't afford to rent or lease one full-time, which in fact democratizes private jet flying. I've heard that in some cases, renting one of those jets will often cost the same thing or a little more than business class, but think of the reduction in red tape, check-in, security, transfers etc. Seems like a good idea to me. Thanks to NetJet, those tycoons from Chrysler and GM would not have had to be accused of coming to Washington begging for billions minutes after getting off their private jets. And thank you from Bombardier for the 75+ plane order.

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Oh goody, Obama is gonna arrest those evil doers! Just send in the FBI and arrest them?!?
Ah, you need to send in the Navy! The Navy SEALs. Right after you bomb their compound!!!

First criminal charges filed in Benghazi attack
By THE WASHINGTON TIMES Tuesday, August 6, 2013

Federal prosecutors have filed the first charges in the Benghazi terror attack against Ahmed Khattalah, the leader of a Libyan militia believed to be responsible for the Sept. 11, 2012, consulate attack that killed four Americans.
The charges are under seal, CNN first reported.

SPECIAL COVERAGE: Benghazi Attack Under Microscope
Ambassador Christopher Stevens and three others were killed in the attack, which the Obama administration first downplayed as a demonstration gone awry — rather than a planned attack.

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Why does the French have to be twice the size of the English if both languages are recognized in Canada? What a hypocrite you Libtards are and you are two stupid to no it.
Oh, I have been to Quebec only once and that was my last time. They are ruder than the Parisians are!<quoted text>
Yep, Libtards always want exception for their special need! Tell us why they need to have French twice the size of the English? Are they all near sighted? No, they HATE English people.
Don't forget, I am half-Canadian heritage!!!
All French language and cultural rights the Québécois have were approved by the 9 other provinces which in total are 95% Anglophone. French language rights are enshrined in the Constitution which you don't respect, as per Hawaiian in Hawaii.

Québécois are not French any more than Nadeau is French. The French can be found mostly in France. You say they hate the "English". Wrong. You have judged 8.5 million people based one single visit. You use that word "bigot" like you'd like to use your guns on Blacks, Arabs and Latinos. Don't you think it applies to your definition of Québécois?

Best you know what you're talking about when you think you wax eloquently on matters you know zilch about.

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Here is another group of Libtards. Hey guys, it is an Aircraft Carrier, not a "flat-top destroyer"!!!
Sure it is to small for conventional jet fighter planes to operate off of but it is the size of WWII AIRCRAFT CARRIERS!!!
Liberals think if they call it something different, it will become what they call it. Like the Affordable Care Act which is anything but affordable!!!
Japan unveils largest warship since World War II
Eric Talmadge, Associated Press 6 hours ago
YOKOHAMA, Japan (AP)-- Japan on Tuesday unveiled its biggest warship since World War II, a huge flat-top destroyer that has raised eyebrows in China and elsewhere because it bears a strong resemblance to a conventional aircraft carrier.
The ship, which has a flight deck that is nearly 250 meters (820 feet) long, is designed to carry up to 14 helicopters. Japanese officials say it will be used in national defense — particularly in anti-submarine warfare and border-area surveillance missions — and to bolster the nation's ability to transport personnel and supplies in response to large-scale natural disasters, like the devastating earthquake and tsunami in 2011.
Though the ship — dubbed "Izumo" — has been in the works since 2009, its unveiling comes as Japan and China are locked in a dispute over several small islands located between southern Japan and Taiwan. For months, ships from both countries have been conducting patrols around the isles, called the Senkaku in Japan and the Diaoyutai in China.
http://news.yahoo.com/japan-unveils-largest-w...
Again you reveal your total ignorance of things political, treaties, things foreign and "language".

Japan pledged not to develop anything but a domestic military after WWII. This they did on their own volition.

Things are heating up now in Asia and many surrounding countries are staking claims on oil and mineral rights that Japan also covets. Add North Korea as a menace. As it cannot truly re-arm, Japan has increased its squadrons of F-15s, foir example, patrol aircraft, etc, claiming they need more for the country's protection. Now it's an aircraft carrier called a flat top destroyer. The Japanese know darn well the difference between a carrier and a destroyer. But they are calling it that so as not to be accused of building and floating an aircraft carrier which otherwise would clearly violate its pledge on re-armament. I believe that article is also enshrined in their Constitution which was approved by Gen McArthur and President Truman.

Stay out of foreign politics, Rogue, not your bag. Come to think of it, neither is US politics for that matter LMAO (LRS tm reg'd).

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You see, even monkeys know when it is not fair. And you expect people to work hard so Obama can give your money to some lazy azzed monkey!

Two Monkeys Were Paid Unequally: Excerpt from Frans de Waal'
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Here is another group of Libtards. Hey guys, it is an Aircraft Carrier, not a "flat-top destroyer"!!!
Sure it is to small for conventional jet fighter planes to operate off of but it is the size of WWII AIRCRAFT CARRIERS!!!
Liberals think if they call it something different, it will become what they call it. Like the Affordable Care Act which is anything but affordable!!!
Japan unveils largest warship since World War II
Eric Talmadge, Associated Press 6 hours ago
YOKOHAMA, Japan (AP)-- Japan on Tuesday unveiled its biggest warship since World War II, a huge flat-top destroyer that has raised eyebrows in China and elsewhere because it bears a strong resemblance to a conventional aircraft carrier.
The ship, which has a flight deck that is nearly 250 meters (820 feet) long, is designed to carry up to 14 helicopters. Japanese officials say it will be used in national defense — particularly in anti-submarine warfare and border-area surveillance missions — and to bolster the nation's ability to transport personnel and supplies in response to large-scale natural disasters, like the devastating earthquake and tsunami in 2011.
Though the ship — dubbed "Izumo" — has been in the works since 2009, its unveiling comes as Japan and China are locked in a dispute over several small islands located between southern Japan and Taiwan. For months, ships from both countries have been conducting patrols around the isles, called the Senkaku in Japan and the Diaoyutai in China.
http://news.yahoo.com/japan-unveils-largest-w ...
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Again you reveal your total ignorance of things political, treaties, things foreign and "language".
Japan pledged not to develop anything but a domestic military after WWII. This they did on their own volition.
Things are heating up now in Asia and many surrounding countries are staking claims on oil and mineral rights that Japan also covets. Add North Korea as a menace. As it cannot truly re-arm, Japan has increased its squadrons of F-15s, foir example, patrol aircraft, etc, claiming they need more for the country's protection. Now it's an aircraft carrier called a flat top destroyer. The Japanese know darn well the difference between a carrier and a destroyer. But they are calling it that so as not to be accused of building and floating an aircraft carrier which otherwise would clearly violate its pledge on re-armament. I believe that article is also enshrined in their Constitution which was approved by Gen McArthur and President Truman.
Stay out of foreign politics, Rogue, not your bag. Come to think of it, neither is US politics for that matter LMAO (LRS tm reg'd).
Well, I know at least as much as you do on political subjects and far more than you do about military subjects. My point being calling the Sun the Moon will not make it the Moon.
And aircraft carrier is NOT a destroyer! If their law says they should not have any ship larger than a destroyer but they need a larger ship that has a different mission, just change the friggin' law!
Tell me, does the U.S. have a "destroyer that weighs 19,000+ tons? NO!!! The Arleigh Burks weigh less than half that weight.
And Arleigh Burk can carry only TWO H-60 Seahawks whereas the Japanese "flat-top destroyers" can carry 14 helicopters (I am sure they are talking about medium sized helicopters like our Seahawks).

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Oh, in 1963 when I was twelve years old I could tell you all about the YOH-4, YOH-5 and the YOH-6. Yes, all saw all three of them side by side and I knew that they all had Allison 250 engines.
In 1968 I knew all about the YUH-60, YUH-61, YCH-62, YAH-63 and the YAH-64 and I knew that the GE T70 engines was going in all of them (except for the YCH-62 which would have had Allison T701 engines)
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Boeing_XCH-...
Oh, the only YCH-62 air-frame was at the Army Aviation Museum at Fort Rucker until about fifteen years ago when the "post commander" had it destroyed. And when Boeing and Congress found out, he got his butt kicked!
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Last time I checked the law passed constitutional muster. Mr. Play Justice is the ignorant fool. Play Law doesn't count.
Yes, wouldn't you love to know how much it took to buy him off? What's your running debit now? LMAO! I'm not the one who has been conned over and over! LMAO! That in itself tells us all we need to know about you.

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