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“On Deck”

Since: Aug 08

French Polynesia

#199442 Thursday Aug 28
Jacques,
You know what soot is.
Soot is a fine black powdery or flakey substance resultant from incomplete combustion.
O'Hare airport has to be one of the most inconsiderate neighbors imaginable.

Since: Oct 08

Location hidden

#199443 Thursday Aug 28
loose cannon wrote:
Jacques,
I know some people who live fairly close to O'Hare and they have told me that oftentimes they have an accumulation of soot from jet exhaust all over their cars and patio furniture and other stuff that is kept outdoors.
I had family that lived within twelve miles of O'Hare. When they purchased the home they did a study of the air traffic patterns in and out of the airport. The house was not located on any air traffic patterns. People must do their own homework when buying a home in any location.

“On Deck”

Since: Aug 08

French Polynesia

#199444 Thursday Aug 28
Jacques,
Let there be no mistake. O'Hare airport gives hundreds of thousands of people the shaft all day, every day.

“Bonjour Hello Buongiorno Hola”

Since: Feb 12

Ottawa

#199445 Thursday Aug 28
Chicagoan by Birth wrote:
<quoted text>
I had family that lived within twelve miles of O'Hare. When they purchased the home they did a study of the air traffic patterns in and out of the airport. The house was not located on any air traffic patterns. People must do their own homework when buying a home in any location.
Totally in agreement. I have to ask Loose when he settled near O'Hare. Did he not know the consequences of living near a major airport?

We have the same problem here in Ottawa. Our airport's been around since 1938. At that time, there were farms surrounding the airport but that's it. I can understand that the first home buyers could not foresee the airport's expansion but would you believe that TODAY, the airport is being ringed with new housing --- why are they doing this and why the hell's our city allowing it? I can just hear the new home owners complaining about the noise the moment they move in.
xox

United States

#199446 Thursday Aug 28
Jacques from Ottawa wrote:
<quoted text>
You're welcome, but that does not change the fact that we welcome more illegals per capita than you do. But this is not a game of who welcomes more or less, it's just the way it is and I think we both need to show compassion.
Our border is long and unguarded and you have no idea how many illegals we get crossing said border - many of them from Central America, Caribbean, and Mexico who have transited through the US . Our law clearly states that no matter who or what you are, once you set one toe into Canada, the process to accept or reject you is a full 5 years during which time illegal alien is not allowed to seek or accept work and lives totally off my tax dollars. I think the process drags on much too long, but then, like you, we have immigration lawyers, specialists in the matter who take advantage of every small legal wording in the immigration act and go from one low court level all the way to the supreme court, which explains the 5-year delay. Once told to leave after final judgement, most of them don't as we do not follow them around.
Anyhoo, and if we think we are badly off, even rich as we are, think of Jordan with those hundreds of thousands of Syrian and Iraqi refugees...
I didn't know about the 5 years wait. Last time I was in B.C. and Ontario, I asked the locals how the process worked to become a citizen and was told you had to be clear of any criminal convictions have resources to take care of yourself & family($100K) before considered for citizenship because Canada did not want you to be a drain on it's citizens or the Canadian system.

I agree with your opinion on Jordan and King Hussein is a friend to the West and what have we done to assist him in this crisis? Nothing that I'm aware of.

“Bonjour Hello Buongiorno Hola”

Since: Feb 12

Ottawa

#199447 Thursday Aug 28
xox wrote:
<quoted text>
I didn't know about the 5 years wait. Last time I was in B.C. and Ontario, I asked the locals how the process worked to become a citizen and was told you had to be clear of any criminal convictions have resources to take care of yourself & family($100K) before considered for citizenship because Canada did not want you to be a drain on it's citizens or the Canadian system.
I agree with your opinion on Jordan and King Hussein is a friend to the West and what have we done to assist him in this crisis? Nothing that I'm aware of.
Take it from me, it's minimum 5 years and is fully adhered to. We have Rwandan war criminals still hanging around who came in illegally though they've been here 10 years+. They're still exhausting every conceivable venue. I'm in favour of giving asylum to bona fide refugees who will obey our laws, respect our customs and culture, as one cannot imagine the despair that anyone to take such risks. But criminals? Out. They should not spend one day here.

Yes, Jordan and its king, Abdullah, is a great and trusted friend of the West. Both the U.S. and Canada and are indeed sending aid to help with the refugees, but it's not enough. I'm worried, as ISIS combatants and terrorists is approaching the Jordanian border and who knows, what with more than half of Jordan's population being displaced Palestinians, what may happen. We need to put more resources into Jordan, as we are not likely to find a better and neutral Arab ally than Abdullah.
LRS

Shreveport, LA

#199448 Thursday Aug 28
Jacques from Ottawa wrote:
<quoted text>
Ahhh, birther poetry from the resident intellectual : "Now, scratch your azzhole, smell your finger". This, from the crude oaf who invented "switch" where he puts one finger up his nose, another up his ass and switches. LMAO (LRS-Dale tm reg'd)
Here you are LIAR. Ignorant fool.
LRS

Shreveport, LA

#199449 Thursday Aug 28
I think we should launch a full-scale offensive against ISIS and any country aiding or providing safe harbor to these scumbags. Take them all out.

“Bonjour Hello Buongiorno Hola”

Since: Feb 12

Ottawa

#199450 Thursday Aug 28
LRS wrote:
<quoted text>
Here you are LIAR. Ignorant fool.
Er, hmm, the post you're referring to was a day, if not two, ago. Molasses-like response? You had to think of one for over 24 hours and this is what you come up with, Curly?

So, I'm a liar, even though, see below, I copied your "prose" word for word?, namely "Now, scratch your azzhole, smell your finger" :

Jacques from Ottawa wrote:
<quoted text>
Ahhh, birther poetry from the resident intellectual : "Now, scratch your azzhole, smell your finger". This, from the crude oaf who invented "switch" where he puts one finger up his nose, another up his ass and switches. LMAO (LRS-Dale tm reg'd)

I almost feel sorry for you. Were you not such an oafish boor, I would.
LRS

Shreveport, LA

#199451 Thursday Aug 28
Jacques from Ottawa wrote:
<quoted text>
Er, hmm, the post you're referring to was a day, if not two, ago. Molasses-like response? You had to think of one for over 24 hours and this is what you come up with, Curly?
So, I'm a liar, even though, see below, I copied your "prose" word for word?, namely "Now, scratch your azzhole, smell your finger" :
Jacques from Ottawa wrote:
<quoted text>
Ahhh, birther poetry from the resident intellectual : "Now, scratch your azzhole, smell your finger". This, from the crude oaf who invented "switch" where he puts one finger up his nose, another up his ass and switches. LMAO (LRS-Dale tm reg'd)
I almost feel sorry for you. Were you not such an oafish boor, I would.
Yea, I think it was all of three pages back. And, it proved my point. Liar. Next contestant! The rest of your post is truly a waste of cyberspace. Pretty much like you, liar. Next! Remove this imbecile from my sight! LMAO @ JacqWad

You're 100% BS and lies! And, a very tiny man.
xox

United States

#199453 Thursday Aug 28
Jacques from Ottawa wrote:
<quoted text>
Take it from me, it's minimum 5 years and is fully adhered to. We have Rwandan war criminals still hanging around who came in illegally though they've been here 10 years+. They're still exhausting every conceivable venue. I'm in favour of giving asylum to bona fide refugees who will obey our laws, respect our customs and culture, as one cannot imagine the despair that anyone to take such risks. But criminals? Out. They should not spend one day here.
Yes, Jordan and its king, Abdullah, is a great and trusted friend of the West. Both the U.S. and Canada and are indeed sending aid to help with the refugees, but it's not enough. I'm worried, as ISIS combatants and terrorists is approaching the Jordanian border and who knows, what with more than half of Jordan's population being displaced Palestinians, what may happen. We need to put more resources into Jordan, as we are not likely to find a better and neutral Arab ally than Abdullah.
I even like Abdullah's father he was an interesting man I enjoyed watching any interview he gave a thoughtful man in a part of the world that didn't share his open mindedness. I remember once watching the King show his stable of horses to a visiting dignitary beautiful animals much like the quality that Saudi Royal Family owns.

Back to our other topic on illegals and the criminal element we have illegals here that have murdered, raped US citizens are thrown out of the country and return to do more crime. I don't understand how they could let them go after such horrendous crimes but alas that is the case.

“Facts trump speculation”

Since: Dec 08

RationalState

#199454 Thursday Aug 28
LRS wrote:
<quoted text>
You just said it yourself, twit! Your "OPINION"! Is there anybody in there? Just nod if you can hear me. Nut! So, one's "title" determines what one's opinion is worth? LMAO!!! You haven't got the sense the good Lord gave a screwdriver. I wouldn't give you a wooden nickel for your opinion, on any matter. And, keep dreaming lil man, one day a nurse may actually look in your general direction! LMAO! Unleash the "WOWEE ZOWEE" on her! Oh, make sure those sock suspenders are pulled up good and tight! ROTFLMAO!!!
Romper, all opinions are not created equal. Too bad, sonny.

BTW, my patent opinions are written under the authority of the federal government pursuant to international treaty, and related US laws and regulations. Indeed, some countries accept my opinions as legally binding although there are typically advisory. In any event, Romper's opinion carries no weight at all.

I have also provided affidavits to prosecutors, at their request, regarding certain biomedical matters, as a recognized expert. If Romper thinks that an expert opinion carries thee same weight as an illiterate imbecile's, it simply proves that Romper is incompetent.

wojar wrote:
<quoted text>
Romper is totally ignorant of how things work in the real world. My opinions which written with qualifications as a Ph. D. scientist and registered patent practitioner, admitted to practice before the Patent Bar, have a certain GRAVITAS. Similarly, an opinion about someone's health from a Medical Doctor carries more weight than the opinion of a cab driver. Similarly, the legal opinion of an Attorney General carries more weight than that of a car mechanic.
Similarly, the opinion of a REASONABLE PERSON carries more weight than that of a delusional twit who needs to get his butt wiped by a nursemaid.
<quoted text>

“Facts trump speculation”

Since: Dec 08

RationalState

#199455 Thursday Aug 28
BTW, Romper, I am legally entitled to write patentability opinions, and other opinions related to patent matters because of my qualifications and legal standing.

Qualifications and legal standing do count in the real world where opinions are concerned.

“Bonjour Hello Buongiorno Hola”

Since: Feb 12

Ottawa

#199456 Thursday Aug 28
LRS wrote:
<quoted text>
Yea, I think it was all of three pages back. And, it proved my point. Liar. Next contestant! The rest of your post is truly a waste of cyberspace. Pretty much like you, liar. Next! Remove this imbecile from my sight! LMAO @ JacqWad
You're 100% BS and lies! And, a very tiny man.
Did you write : ""Now, scratch your azzhole, smell your finger" :"? Just answer yes or no. Once you've answered "yes", please inform me forthwith how I lied about it. Grazie tante.

“Bonjour Hello Buongiorno Hola”

Since: Feb 12

Ottawa

#199457 Thursday Aug 28
xox wrote:
<quoted text>
I even like Abdullah's father he was an interesting man I enjoyed watching any interview he gave a thoughtful man in a part of the world that didn't share his open mindedness. I remember once watching the King show his stable of horses to a visiting dignitary beautiful animals much like the quality that Saudi Royal Family owns.
Back to our other topic on illegals and the criminal element we have illegals here that have murdered, raped US citizens are thrown out of the country and return to do more crime. I don't understand how they could let them go after such horrendous crimes but alas that is the case.
Yes, King Hussein was a thoughtful, modern, tolerant man. He was small, almost tiny, but he looked the part, and in person, almost magnetic. He led his country intelligently, knowingly riding the fence, chose his heir wisely and not from within the immediate line of succession. He piloted his own 707, was a very worldly and cultured man.

We have the same problems with the criminal elements. And yes, once evicted, they manage to come back. Just look at the length of our borders and coasts. How can they not if they are intent on coming back?
LRS

Shreveport, LA

#199458 Thursday Aug 28
wojar wrote:
<quoted text>
Romper, all opinions are not created equal. Too bad, sonny.
BTW, my patent opinions are written under the authority of the federal government pursuant to international treaty, and related US laws and regulations. Indeed, some countries accept my opinions as legally binding although there are typically advisory. In any event, Romper's opinion carries no weight at all.
I have also provided affidavits to prosecutors, at their request, regarding certain biomedical matters, as a recognized expert. If Romper thinks that an expert opinion carries thee same weight as an illiterate imbecile's, it simply proves that Romper is incompetent.
<quoted text>
Oh, there are plenty of batshyt crazy professionals around. Take you for example. You probably also think that time spent on Earth, means you grow in mind. Sorry lil man, it doesn't. Nor does a title reflect the worth of one's opinion. Sorry again, DumbDick.
LRS

Shreveport, LA

#199459 Thursday Aug 28
wojar wrote:
BTW, Romper, I am legally entitled to write patentability opinions, and other opinions related to patent matters because of my qualifications and legal standing.
Qualifications and legal standing do count in the real world where opinions are concerned.
Please, spare us the, look at me, look at me! None of the above means your worth a crap at what you do. Merely words on a screen. Now, if you'd like to prove it, just let me know. Otherwise, you're a mouth and nothing more.

“Facts trump speculation”

Since: Dec 08

RationalState

#199460 Thursday Aug 28
Poppo wrote:
<quoted text>
Still pedaling that same fantasy and making us laugh long time GB?
Tacky's problem is the only takers are suitable for the funny farm.

“Facts trump speculation”

Since: Dec 08

RationalState

#199461 Thursday Aug 28
LRS wrote:
<quoted text>
Oh, there are plenty of batshyt crazy professionals around. Take you for example. You probably also think that time spent on Earth, means you grow in mind. Sorry lil man, it doesn't. Nor does a title reflect the worth of one's opinion. Sorry again, DumbDick.
If Romper thinks that changes the truth that expert opinions are worth more than ignorant opinions, he is sadly out of touch with reality. Next time he needs a butt wipe, he can go cry it out with his nursemaid.
wojar wrote:
<quoted text>
Romper, all opinions are not created equal. Too bad, sonny.
BTW, my patent opinions are written under the authority of the federal government pursuant to international treaty, and related US laws and regulations. Indeed, some countries accept my opinions as legally binding although there are typically advisory. In any event, Romper's opinion carries no weight at all.
I have also provided affidavits to prosecutors, at their request, regarding certain biomedical matters, as a recognized expert. If Romper thinks that an expert opinion carries thee same weight as an illiterate imbecile's, it simply proves that Romper is incompetent.

“Facts trump speculation”

Since: Dec 08

RationalState

#199462 Thursday Aug 28
LRS wrote:
<quoted text>
Please, spare us the, look at me, look at me! None of the above means your worth a crap at what you do. Merely words on a screen. Now, if you'd like to prove it, just let me know. Otherwise, you're a mouth and nothing more.
When my clients receive a Notice of Allowance, and then receive venture capital, they know what it's worth.

When a Board of Directors decides whether to go ahead or nix a project depending on my OPINION, it doesn't matter what Romper thinks.

When the Department of the Navy rates the technical and legal merits of my research and opinion as "excellent" it doesn't matter what Romper thinks.

Sorry Romper, your opinion is worth ZERO.
wojar wrote:
BTW, Romper, I am legally entitled to write patentability opinions, and other opinions related to patent matters because of my qualifications and legal standing.
Qualifications and legal standing do count in the real world where opinions are concerned.

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