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“Emil StaaarBuck Goes 2 Kennett”

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#56046 Jun 19, 2012
Bill wrote:
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This is a great article and so true of the rightwingers. What a hate filled people they are. I am forwarding this message to everyone on my email list. Thanks Ruth.
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Hello Bill
I just now discovered your Comment from yesterday. I appreciate your interest in that sites pages of information. The "weird" or "odd" thing about my finding that site and the interesting content is as follows:

I use Google quite a bit and I am convinced that their search software is either "GENIOUS INSPIRED" or "GOD INSPIRED" because so many times I am completely taken aback by what some of my searches will lead me to..., case in point:

When I did that Google search yesterday I searched for the phrase "your lack of response speaks volumes"... I wished to find out where the phrase came from, its origin before I used the phrase over on the National Political Forum called "Barack Obama, our next President"...

My intended use of the phrase has no bearing on my amazement of that Google search though, what did amaze me was WHY Google pointed me TO that site when I could not even FIND one mention of the words "response" or "speaks volumes" etc. I looked and looked for the SEARCH/reference phrase but never did find one reference BUT I did become very interested in WHAT the site pages revealed about our current political condition of the GOP Political Part and all of the dangers of the hate that is now being fostered upon us by the rightwingers/Tea party/PPP goons!

I am wondering if the Google search engine "keeps up with" previous search requests that one makes and actually leads to answers that pertain to previous accumulative Google Searches???

This kind of thing/behavior of the Google Search feature has happened many times and I am wondering if we have "Search histories/patterns" that Google somehow 'stores' for future searches that we may make in the future???

Anyway, I am very interested in the HOW(s) of just WHY that sites pages came up when it was something else,(at that moment), that I wanted to/needed to find...

Glad that you found the article interesting and also happy that you will be passing that sites article to others...

I don't believe I 'know' you/know of you prior to yesterday/today but in case you are new here, welcome to the forum!

~~~Ruth aka "Ruth Chambers Holt" aka "The Steel Butterfly"

“No such thing as ABIODARWINISM”

Since: Jan 11

No ABIODARWINISTS either!

#56048 Jun 19, 2012
RU4reel wrote:
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Dan - they have got a point don't they? We need to stop helping so many of the lazy asses that think handouts is where its at. Maybe some of these do gooders that have lived here and know this as their home should help us prevent more coming in illegally?
Sure, it is considering 26 year olds as children and adult children living at home. I don't know what the hell you are talking about.

“No such thing as ABIODARWINISM”

Since: Jan 11

No ABIODARWINISTS either!

#56050 Jun 19, 2012
Jim wrote:
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Are the two people you quoted the same person? Their posts and posting styles sure do sound a lot alike. Same goes for this Dan guy. I don't want to waste my time replying to multiple posts if they are all from the same person. Not to mention Dan sounnds like every other brain dead Obamazombie on this site with his bullcrap about how things were under a person who isnt President and isn't running for President because he thinks it excuses and gives good reason why Obama has failed for 4 years and should get 4 more years to fail even more.
Who would have guessed that "Jim" (wink) would start coming up with this nonsense about multiple posters. He is claiming to post on here for a while then acting like he has not posted on here for too long. Which is it moron?

Obama hasn't failed for the last four years and George W. Bush was the worst president this country has had since the Civil War. If the Republican moron neocons hadn't nearly desrtoyed us financially, we wouldn't need someone to fix the problems they created during the Bush Reign of Terror.

Speaking of one poster pretending to be about 100 different posters, we had a guy on here that did that. He was a complete moron and I ran his butt off. The loser is probably still obsessing somewhere about how he is going to sneak back on. He is from your area Jim. What the hell is wrong with that part of the state? Is it the meth problem?

“Humor is the best medicine!!”

Since: Oct 09

Show-Me-State

#56051 Jun 19, 2012
Yellow Dawg Democrat wrote:
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No wonder you hate the Affordable Care Act so much! As you just pointed out, it does so much good. I am sure you would like an act which would do less good, eh? Vote Republican, and you will get it. Republicans claim that they are going to gut the Affordable Care Act, and then replace bits of it slowly.
Yeah ... SLOWLY! Like NEVER!
But Romney had a very similar plan in his state.

The preventive care issue is huge as is expanding provider roles but making deals with drug companies smells.

“KC's Son got a Meal Ticket!”

Since: Sep 09

Now the basement is clean!

#56052 Jun 19, 2012
KeelysMom wrote:
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But Romney had a very similar plan in his state.
The preventive care issue is huge as is expanding provider roles but making deals with drug companies smells.
Yes. "RomneyCare" is quite similar to "ObamaCare." So why does Romney want to overturn "ObamaCare"?

Oh! Because the Republicans did not ever have a chance to provide inputs when "ObamaCare" was being drafted! ROFL! Not more than 1000 chances, including at least one special appeal by President Obama to meet with the Republicans, and to obtain Republican input. The president was just laughed off. It was abundantly clear that the Republicans were never going to cooperate to obtain any sort of a meaningful solution to the bad healthcare situation in the US.

Many Republicans, over the past years, have deplored the US healthcare situation, and offered "solutions." In fact, Newt Gingrich offered his solution, WHICH INCLUDED THE INDIVIDUAL MANDATE. Gingrich stated that an "individual mandate" would be necessary for broadly-expanded healthcare reform to work.

How quickly they forgot when they got out on the campaign trail and needed assistance from what has become the regressive Neo-CON Republican National Committee.

Former president Clinton has written that the Republicans fought so hard against his proposed healthcare reform because the Republicans knew that, if the US got an improved healthcare reform system under the Democrats, the REPUBLICANS WOULD BE DOOMED AS A POLITICAL PARTY!

This does not have to do with "healthcare" -- it has to do with the very POLITICAL SURVIVAL of the Republican Party, which has become expert in reactionary foot-dragging-in-lockstep to prevent any significant legislation from being passed on President Obama's "watch."

Rush Limbaugh said it loudly, and up-front -- he WANTS President Obama to fail! And thereby the US economic system to fail, and thereby Rush's "ditto-heads" to fail! Rush still has it up on his website:

http://www.rushlimbaugh.com/daily/2009/01/16/...
Politics

Willow Springs, MO

#56053 Jun 19, 2012
Are what ruined this country! To many people wanting to have something to pat their self on the back about because they have changed a rule or created one when indeed they don't have to follow them anyway!

Since: Feb 11

Columbia, MO

#56055 Jun 19, 2012
It has been observed in the animal kindgom that some microorganisms can influence behavior in their hosts. The single-celled protozoan Toxoplasmosis gondii has been shown to make rats less frightened of cats and perhaps even cause them to be drawn to the smell of cats’ urine. This makes the rat more likely to be eaten by a cat, whose digestive tract is a necessary stop in the organism’s reproductive cycle.

Some scientists, like Jaroslav Flegr, who was profiled in the Atlantic in March of this year, have theorized that Toxo can have a similar effect in humans, producing the “crazy cat lady” effect, wherein people become inured to the stench of cat wastes. Flegr, who is himself infected with Toxo, has shown that people carrying the disease suffer from slower reaction times and impaired judgment. Men who are infected with Toxo were shown to be more introverted, suspicious of other people’s motives and less concerned with others’ perceptions of them. Infected women, on the other hand, were more “outgoing, trusting, image-conscious, and rule-abiding than uninfected women.”

http://www.rawstory.com/rs/2012/06/19/studies...
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I was right again:

http://www.dailykos.com/story/2010/05/22/8688...
Mr Politics

United States

#56059 Jun 19, 2012
The problem with affordable healthcare is the corruption that goes along with it. Hospitals charge a lot more when the patient has issurance.
Then the issurance companies charge more and leaves a lot of people not being able to afford coverage.

“KC's Son got a Meal Ticket!”

Since: Sep 09

Now the basement is clean!

#56061 Jun 19, 2012
Politics wrote:
Are what ruined this country! To many people wanting to have something to pat their self on the back about because they have changed a rule or created one when indeed they don't have to follow them anyway!
Thanks ever so much for your input.

“KC's Son got a Meal Ticket!”

Since: Sep 09

Now the basement is clean!

#56062 Jun 19, 2012
1Watt Hermit wrote:
It has been observed in the animal kindgom that some microorganisms can influence behavior in their hosts. The single-celled protozoan Toxoplasmosis gondii has been shown to make rats less frightened of cats and perhaps even cause them to be drawn to the smell of cats’ urine. This makes the rat more likely to be eaten by a cat, whose digestive tract is a necessary stop in the organism’s reproductive cycle.
Some scientists, like Jaroslav Flegr, who was profiled in the Atlantic in March of this year, have theorized that Toxo can have a similar effect in humans, producing the “crazy cat lady” effect, wherein people become inured to the stench of cat wastes. Flegr, who is himself infected with Toxo, has shown that people carrying the disease suffer from slower reaction times and impaired judgment. Men who are infected with Toxo were shown to be more introverted, suspicious of other people’s motives and less concerned with others’ perceptions of them. Infected women, on the other hand, were more “outgoing, trusting, image-conscious, and rule-abiding than uninfected women.”
http://www.rawstory.com/rs/2012/06/19/studies...
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I was right again:
http://www.dailykos.com/story/2010/05/22/8688...
The linked cartoon ("Bambi meets Godzilla") in your DailyKos link reminds me a bit of another of my old favorites: "Alien Song -- I will Survive."

“KC's Son got a Meal Ticket!”

Since: Sep 09

Now the basement is clean!

#56063 Jun 19, 2012
Mr Politics wrote:
The problem with affordable healthcare is the corruption that goes along with it. Hospitals charge a lot more when the patient has issurance.
Then the issurance companies charge more and leaves a lot of people not being able to afford coverage.
Thanks again ever so much for your input. Have you ever considered running for city council?
Sure

Kissee Mills, MO

#56064 Jun 19, 2012
Yellow Dawg Democrat wrote:
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Yes. "RomneyCare" is quite similar to "ObamaCare." So why does Romney want to overturn "ObamaCare"?
Oh! Because the Republicans did not ever have a chance to provide inputs when "ObamaCare" was being drafted! ROFL! Not more than 1000 chances, including at least one special appeal by President Obama to meet with the Republicans, and to obtain Republican input. The president was just laughed off. It was abundantly clear that the Republicans were never going to cooperate to obtain any sort of a meaningful solution to the bad healthcare situation in the US.
Many Republicans, over the past years, have deplored the US healthcare situation, and offered "solutions." In fact, Newt Gingrich offered his solution, WHICH INCLUDED THE INDIVIDUAL MANDATE. Gingrich stated that an "individual mandate" would be necessary for broadly-expanded healthcare reform to work.
How quickly they forgot when they got out on the campaign trail and needed assistance from what has become the regressive Neo-CON Republican National Committee.
Former president Clinton has written that the Republicans fought so hard against his proposed healthcare reform because the Republicans knew that, if the US got an improved healthcare reform system under the Democrats, the REPUBLICANS WOULD BE DOOMED AS A POLITICAL PARTY!
This does not have to do with "healthcare" -- it has to do with the very POLITICAL SURVIVAL of the Republican Party, which has become expert in reactionary foot-dragging-in-lockstep to prevent any significant legislation from being passed on President Obama's "watch."
Rush Limbaugh said it loudly, and up-front -- he WANTS President Obama to fail! And thereby the US economic system to fail, and thereby Rush's "ditto-heads" to fail! Rush still has it up on his website:
http://www.rushlimbaugh.com/daily/2009/01/16/...
Well, Rush will have his wish come true. It's been manifesting since late 2009! OBOMBhead the failing food stamp president! What a sweet tag to have put by OBOMBhead's name in the history books! LMAO
Sure

Kissee Mills, MO

#56065 Jun 19, 2012
Yellow Dawg Democrat wrote:
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Thanks again ever so much for your input. Have you ever considered running for city council?
He is very accurate. Obviously you haven't tried paying cash for medical services or prescriptions. There is a HUGE markup if billed to an insurance policy. I have one prescription medication for acid reflux. My insurance will pay $125/month for it. I asked about cash price, and it is $27.50/month. I pay cash! Yes, health care needs to be reformed, but not the OBOMBhead way!
Sure

Kissee Mills, MO

#56066 Jun 19, 2012
Mr Politics wrote:
The problem with affordable healthcare is the corruption that goes along with it. Hospitals charge a lot more when the patient has issurance.
Then the issurance companies charge more and leaves a lot of people not being able to afford coverage.
EXACTLY!!

Since: Feb 11

Columbia, MO

#56067 Jun 19, 2012
Former National Security Advisor Condoleezza Rice has taken credit for the drone program that the Bush administration ignored.“Things like working to get an armed Predator that actually turned out to be extraordinarily important, working to get a strategy that would allow us to get better cooperation from Pakistan and from the Central Asians,” she said in 2006.“We were not left a comprehensive strategy to fight al-Qaida.” Rice claimed that the Bush administration continued the Clinton administration’s counterterrorism policies, a claim the documents disprove.“If the administration wanted to get it done, I’m sure they could have gotten it done,” says Elias-Sanborn.

Many of the documents publicize for the first time what was first made clear in the 9/11 Commission: The White House received a truly remarkable amount of warnings that al-Qaida was trying to attack the United States. From June to September 2001, a full seven CIA Senior Intelligence Briefs detailed that attacks were imminent, an incredible amount of information from one intelligence agency. One from June called “Bin-Ladin and Associates Making Near-Term Threats” writes that “[redacted] expects Usama Bin Laden to launch multiple attacks over the coming days.” The famous August brief called “Bin Ladin Determined to Strike the US” is included.“Al-Qai’da members, including some US citizens, have resided in or travelled to the US for years, and the group apparently maintains a support structure here,” it says. During the entire month of August, President Bush was on vacation at his ranch in Texas — which tied with one of Richard Nixon’s as the longest vacation ever taken by a president. CIA Director George Tenet has said he didn’t speak to Bush once that month, describing the president as being “on leave.” Bush did not hold a Principals’ meeting on terrorism until September 4, 2001, having downgraded the meetings to a deputies’ meeting, which then-counterterrorism czar Richard Clarke has repeatedly said slowed down anti-Bin Laden efforts “enormously, by months.”

For all the information the documents reveal, one huge matter is conspicuously absent: torture. There are nearly 50 CIA documents relating to such matters as the interrogation of 9/11 mastermind Khalid Sheikh Mohammed and the intelligence gleaned from him, and yet “none of them were declassified at all,” notes Elias-Sanborn.“Certainly, the CIA has a stake in revealing what they did,” and they clearly do not want to reveal their complicity in war crimes.

One last thing is worth mentioning from the documents published today: Anyone with any doubt that the Israeli-Palestinian conflict is dangerous to the United States is contradicting U.S. intelligence.“Violence between Israelis and the Palestinians, moreover is making Sunni extremists more willing to participate in attacks against US or Israeli interests,” the CIA wrote in February 2001. It is not the only piece of information revealed by the new documents that will be deeply uncomfortable for the Bush administration and hawks across the country.

http://www.salon.com/2012/06/19/new_nsa_docs_...

Hell yeah, lets vote in another clueless MBA president.
Sure

Kissee Mills, MO

#56069 Jun 19, 2012
Watching OBOMBhead talk in Mexico right now. He is lost without a teleprompter! LMAO So far he is still stumbling on the FIRST part of the question! LMAO
Sure

Kissee Mills, MO

#56070 Jun 19, 2012
In other words, HELL YES I am concerned about getting re-elected. Why do you think I am lying my A$$ off to you idiots? Oh OBOMBhead....he is sure a dandy....NOT! LMAO

“KC's Son got a Meal Ticket!”

Since: Sep 09

Now the basement is clean!

#56071 Jun 19, 2012
1Watt Hermit wrote:
It has been observed in the animal kindgom that some microorganisms can influence behavior in their hosts. The single-celled protozoan Toxoplasmosis gondii has been shown to make rats less frightened of cats and perhaps even cause them to be drawn to the smell of cats’ urine. This makes the rat more likely to be eaten by a cat, whose digestive tract is a necessary stop in the organism’s reproductive cycle....
One parasite which I find fascinating is a trematode which enters an ant's body, and ultimately takes over the ant's navigation system. At night, the parasite forces the ant to climb to the highest tip of a blade of grass, to optimize the possibility that the ant will be ingested by a cow grazing the grass. If the "mission" fails the first night, the ant is forced back to its colony and is forced out on another "mission" on subsequent days.

When a cow eats the ant, the trematode becomes part of the cow manure and is eaten by snails, which eject the trematodes in slime balls which are in turn eaten by the host ants again. Thus, the cow is a necessary part of the life cycle of the trematode, which is named "Dicrocoelium dentriticum." Search the following article for this latter name:

http://bioteaching.wordpress.com/2010/06/12/p...
Sure

Kissee Mills, MO

#56072 Jun 19, 2012
I used to think OBOMBhead was just a couple cards away from a full deck, but now I am CONVINCED he is 52 cards away from a full deck. However, he still keeps the jokers!

“KC's Son got a Meal Ticket!”

Since: Sep 09

Now the basement is clean!

#56074 Jun 19, 2012
Sure wrote:
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Well, Rush will have his wish come true. It's been manifesting since late 2009! OBOMBhead the failing food stamp president! What a sweet tag to have put by OBOMBhead's name in the history books! LMAO
Should President Obama lost the November election, you can be assured that it will be a "Fluke"! ROFL! Get it? "Fluke"! You remember -- the student who single-handedly shut Limbaugh down!(If you need the statistics, I would be more than willing to look them up!_8-)

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