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#190837 May 18, 2014
Jacques from Ottawa wrote:
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Rogue (scoff) Scholar : Climate and weather scientist
Qualificatons : Helicopter and small-plane pilot. Was handed weather reports by meteorologists before taking off.
Rating as a climate and weather expert : As good as his political and economic reports and predictions
And what makes you more qualified than I am?

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#190838 May 18, 2014
LRS wrote:
Say, didn't OwlGore claim that the northern polar ice cap would be gone by now? Bet all you DIMs lapped that up, too! It seems it has grown! LMAO!
Yep, and in 1975 the Libtards claimed the Earth will have run out of petroleum by 2000, in 1977 they said we would be in the middle of another Little Ice Age and that when our Earth had more than three billion people on it we would have a world famine.

The Population Bomb
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The Population Bomb is a best-selling book written by Stanford University Professor Paul R. Ehrlich and his wife, Anne Ehrlich (who was uncredited), in 1968.[1][2] It warned of the mass starvation of humans in the 1970s and 1980s due to overpopulation, as well as other major societal upheavals, and advocated immediate action to limit population growth. Fears of a "population explosion" were widespread in the 1950s and 60s, but the book and its author brought the idea to an even wider audience.[3][4] The book has been criticized since its publishing for its alarmist tone, and in recent decades for its inaccurate predictions. The Ehrlichs stand by the basic ideas in the book, stating in 2009 that "perhaps the most serious flaw in The Bomb was that it was much too optimistic about the future" and believe that it achieved their goals because "it alerted people to the importance of environmental issues and brought human numbers into the debate on the human future."
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Ehrlich writes: "I don't see how India could possibly feed two hundred million more people by 1980."[5] This view was widely held at the time, as another statement of his, later in the book: "I have yet to meet anyone familiar with the situation who thinks that India will be self-sufficient in food by 1971." In the book's 1971 edition, the latter prediction was removed, as the food situation in India suddenly improved.

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#190839 May 18, 2014
And how about those Global Warming Predictions? And Deep Throat Jacqueau thinks my predictions were off. Well his are off the chart.

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#190840 May 18, 2014
wojar wrote:
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Eli also led his team to two super bowls and several times to playoffs. Last year the Giants hand no running game, no defense, no pass protection, injured pass receivers held together by band-aids. Eli has proven what he can do with a solid receiving corps and decent pass blocking. Many times over.
Get some common sense, Rougetard.
BTW, Eli's career rating is 81.2. Bart Starr 80.5. Dan Fouts 80.2. John Elway 79.9,
LRS wrote:
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Eli can't hold a candle to Peyton.
OMAHA!
Eli Manning is over the hill. It does not matter what he did ten years ago but what can he do today. Should be put Joe Namath back on the gride iron?

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#190841 May 18, 2014
wojar wrote:
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Sterling is perfectly entitled to be a bigot. He is also perfectly entitled to reap the consequences of his statements. The NBA is a business, and what he said is bad for business. Bye bye Sterling.
But it his his team. What gives anyone the right to take his business away from him? If his black players don't want to play for him, let them find another team and then the Clippers will have no players to field a team. But I haven't heard about any of his team walking. Have you?
You Libtards are nothing more than Fascists.

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#190842 May 18, 2014
Rogue Scholar 05 wrote:
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Eli Manning had a passing rate of 69.4% in 2013. Yet he is still in the NYG team!!!
wojar wrote:
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Eli also led his team to two super bowls and several times to playoffs. Last year the Giants hand no running game, no defense, no pass protection, injured pass receivers held together by band-aids. Eli has proven what he can do with a solid receiving corps and decent pass blocking. Many times over.
Get some common sense, Rougetard.
BTW, Eli's career rating is 81.2. Bart Starr 80.5. Dan Fouts 80.2. John Elway 79.9,
Eli is a has been.

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#190843 May 18, 2014
Rogue Scholar 05 wrote:
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If 10% of our population were pedophile, would that be "the norm"? And when Tebow was out, he was being mocked!!! If a heterosexual ball player kisses his woman, is it in the news? NO! But if a Gay ball player kisses his guy, it is all over the news.
Tell us, did Oprah interview Tim Tebow much less dedicate a whole show to him? The only reason why Oprah cancelled her Gay show was because her viewers objected to it!!!
As much as you want to wish it were not the case... yes.

About 1 in 10 people are left handed... is it abnormal to be left handed? No.

About 1 in 10 people do NOT have herpes.(the non-sexual variety) is it abnormal not to have herpes? No. And I am proud to be a part of this minority.

1 in 10 people are dead wrong about who they think their biological father is.(DNA doesn't lie.)

1 in 10 people live on an island.

Catching on yet Rogue?

If one out of ten people wore big tall purple hats... would wearing a purple hat be abnormal? No...

The only difference is that YOU don't WANT it to be normal. Hence the leap to pedophiles.

Tough shit Rogue. Your opinions don't dictate (much less reflect) reality.

I would be willing to wager my left arm that 1 in 10 men HAVE (through the magic of internet porn) seen a woman under the age of 18 have sex and NOT immediately shut it off. Whether they know it or not.

For the SECOND time Rogue... Tebow was never once mocked for being Christian.(I am sure there are some pissed of Broncos fans who ridiculed him for waking up in the morning on youtube.)

Tebow was mocked for falling on his knees in prayer upon completion of the most menial tasks. Which is exactly why people started ""Tebowing" all over the internet.

Get your check cashed... Tebow the bank.
Take a leak... Tebow the bathroom.
Credit card not declined.... Tebow the gas station.

This page will show you good examples of Tebowing and that Tim was totally involved in the joke.

A page or two of these pics will help you "get it".

http://tebowing.com/tagged/topten

Oprah does anything she wants to. Why ask me?

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#190844 May 18, 2014
Jacques from Ottawa wrote:
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Rogue : JFK jr was a poor pilot, took unnecessary chances. Deserved to die along with his two passengers. I'll bet he sure learned his lesson.
Rogue, you have no idea what an "intellectual" person is. I'll give you a hint. He/she is someone who knows a lot of stuff and appreciates finer, not necessarily, rich, things. And most of all, he/she never labels his/herself "intellectual". They don't need to. We know.In your case, though, that you are anything but "intellectual" plus, devoid of any common sense whatsoever.
JFK Jr.'s ego was larger than his skills. All pilots have egos but knowing what your skill level keeps you alive.
Oh, his passengers "Deserved to die"? You're a sickeau!!!
Oh, I have taught five medical doctors how to fly. The sixth one I refused to solo.
BTW, the average truck driver has far more commonsense than the average motorist. And that is why our AT FAULT ACCIDENT RATE is one tenth that of you amateurs.
Do you know what percentage of big truck accidents are alcohol related? About a forth. But it is not the sober truck drivers that are causing those accident.

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#190845 May 18, 2014
loose cannon wrote:
So what. If you've seen one football game, you have seen them.
It takes those ninnies three hours to play a one hour game.
They spend more time with the clock stopped than with time ticking.
The Bomb
The Blitz
The Hail Mary
The TIme Out
It is not a very intellectual sport
Yawn.......
Yes... it has testosterone induced vocabulary. It is a sport for men.
It is also played on a "Gridiron"

Football is filled with clock stoppage. It is part of the game. Managing the clock correctly is very important if you wish to win.

Dumb asses don't do very well. You have a lot of responsibilities that change according to play calling. You have to learn code breaking just to understand where you are to line up from the huddle.

They don't call it rocket science for nothing.

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#190846 May 18, 2014
Oh, I am center row, third from the right.
http://www.vhpadata.org/wocpics/70-19b2.jpg
The Tac Officer CW2 Johnson was KIA in Vietnam two years later.

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#190847 May 18, 2014
Frank wrote:
<quoted text> " inflation caused by the government is not." "Inflation is not caused by the govt." I didn't say that inflation is caused by the government, there would be inflation with out government. Government policies and regulation contribute to inflation. In some cases there are government policies and regulation that control supply --- and demand. We would be better off if the government tried to control inflation instead of supply and demand.
Sorry I misread.

We agree on the above.

The govt can not control inflation because they don't control the money supply.

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#190848 May 18, 2014
wojar wrote:
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Hmm, saying things on the phone is not an action? Really? Issuing an order or demand to another person over the phone is not an action? If not mob bosses would be immune to prosecution by ordering a hit over the phone.
What law did he break?
You need to break a law to be held responsible for your actions? Really?
So a guy can call his boss a whole bunch of offensive names, but if he doesn't break a law he cannot be fired (held responsible for his actions)?
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My "godfather" was the head of a railroad/waste management mafia.
(To qualify that statement.. Mom was from one of those huge Catholic Italian families. He was in jail shortly after I was born, I had only ever seen him twice... both at funerals he was released for.)

The police had an unfortunate man set him up for something small. They put him in jail.

He had no idea that police had developed technology to listen to your phone calls yet.

He ordered this unfortunate man eliminated from a prison phone.

Then they had him... for good.

The unfortunate man... Well, he was unfortunate.

They found him in a local lake they drained the next year.

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#190849 May 18, 2014
Rogue Scholar 05 wrote:
Oh, I am center row, third from the right.
http://www.vhpadata.org/wocpics/70-19b2.jpg
The Tac Officer CW2 Johnson was KIA in Vietnam two years later.
Very cool Rogue.

For heavens sake don't do that anywhere else.

There are bastards out there.

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#190850 May 18, 2014
loose cannon wrote:
You know Poppo, strange as it may seem, some of those doctors actually capitalize and promote sports related injuries when they open sports medicine clinics.
And a lot of those football players run around thinking having arthroscopic knee surgery is something to be proud of.
Or that a torn ACL is something fun.
Loose, they don't think it is cool. No one does. If you have experienced this first hand I would suggest someone may have been wearing a mask.

It is the bell that 95% of the time signals you will never walk on the field again.

It is a contact sport and the players know what can happen if they aren't careful.

There ARE catastrophic injuries in football. But they are very rare. The equipment is well designed, and it is pounded into your head from 6th grade..." NEVER lead with your head."

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#190851 May 18, 2014
wojar wrote:
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I must agree. I had a great time playing football in high school and college. My only regret was seeing an opposing player break his neck and suffer life-long quadriplegia.
That sucks.

It happens. It isn't common. Most of us have seen people get hurt... but they are back soon. I broke my tibia in a game and was back for playoffs in 6 weeks.(Outstanding level of care you get being a young athlete.)

They told my coach they were going to give me a cast and I was done for the year. No wrestling... no discus... no pole vault.

When they left he said "Hell with that." (First time I had heard him come close to cursing.)

He called in a specialist from Pittsburgh, surgery next day. I was put in an immobilizer, walking in 6 days with some help. Functioned okay at 3 weeks... 100% in 6 weeks.

Those asshole sports medicine guys with there stretchy bands and therapy pools are who I have to thank for that.

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#190852 May 18, 2014
LRS wrote:
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Eli can't hold a candle to Peyton.
OMAHA!
Eli has more rings. And it is even permissible to mention him in the same breath as his brother. Not the case with Tebow.

Nobody holds a candle to Peyton. Peyton is the yardstick by which you measure how shitty the rest of them are.

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#190853 May 18, 2014
Scrutiny wrote:
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Eli has more rings. And it is even permissible to mention him in the same breath as his brother. Not the case with Tebow.
Nobody holds a candle to Peyton. Peyton is the yardstick by which you measure how shitty the rest of them are.
But what if Tebow had been allowed to stay in the NBA?

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#190854 May 18, 2014
wojar wrote:
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Sterling is perfectly entitled to be a bigot. He is also perfectly entitled to reap the consequences of his statements. The NBA is a business, and what he said is bad for business. Bye bye Sterling.
So is Al Charlatan, Jessy Jackboy, Eric Helder, etc.

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#190855 May 18, 2014
The Man in the doorway
By Michael Ryerson

They came in low and hot, close to the trees and dropped their tail in a flare, rocked forward and we raced for the open doorways. This was always the worst for us, we couldnt hear anything and our backs were turned to the tree line. The best you could hope for was a sign on the face of the man in the doorway, leaning out waiting to help with a tug or to lay down some lead. Sometimes you could glance quickly at his face and pick up a clue as to what was about to happen. We would pitch ourselves in headfirst and tumble against the scuffed riveted aluminum, grab for a handhold and will that son-of-a-bitch into the air.
Sometimes the deck was slick with blood or worse, sometimes something had been left in the shadows under the web seats, sometimes they landed in a shallow river to wash them out. Sometimes they were late, sometimes...they were parked in some other LZ with their rotors turning a lazy arc, a ghost crew strapped in once too often, motionless, waiting for their own lift, their own bags, once too often into the margins.
The getting on and the getting off were the worst for us but this was all he knew, the man in the doorway, he was always standing there in the noise, watching, urging...swinging out with his gun, grabbing the black plastic and heaving, leaning out and spitting, spitting the taste away, as though it would go away...
They came in low and hot, close to the trees and dropped their tail in a flare, rocked forward and began to kick the boxes out, bouncing against the skids, piling up on each other, food and water, and bullets...a thousand pounds of Cs, warm water and rounds, 7.62mm, half a ton of life and death. And when the deck was clear, we would pile the bags, swing them against their weight and throw them through the doorway, his doorway, onto his deck and nod and hed speak into that little mic and theyd go nose down and lift into their last flight, their last extraction. Sometimes hed raise a thumb or perhaps a fist or sometimes just a sly, knowing smile, knowing we were staying and he was going but also knowing hed be back, hed be back in a blink, standing in the swirling noise and the rotor wash, back to let us rush through his door and skid across his deck and will that son-of-a-bitch into the air.
They came in low and hot, close to the trees and dropped their tail in a flare, rocked forward, kicked out the boxes and slipped the litter across the deck and sometimes hed lean down and hold the IV and brush the dirt off of a bloodless face, or hold back the flailing arms and the tears, a thumbs-up to the right seat and youre only minutes away from the white sheets and the saws and the plasma.
They came in low and hot, close to the trees and dropped their tail in a flare, rocked forward and wed never hear that sound again without feeling our stomachs go just a bit weightless, listen just a bit closer for the gunfire and look up for the man in the doorway.

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#190856 May 18, 2014
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