typical

Providence, UT

#39391 Jun 21, 2012
Benny wrote:
<quoted text>
No you seem to be the only one who was born an ass.
As for me, the only tail I have is my Democrat donkey one.
there are two sides to every argument, but I don't have time to listen to yours monkey
go wipe your mouth
there's still a tiny bit of bullshit around your lips troll
typical

Providence, UT

#39392 Jun 21, 2012
Really Sassy wrote:
<quoted text>
You should feel Special...you & your Post is the first One in several days that made me want to post any thought of mine. Lol. I didn't want to talk to very many People on here...& you're the first one & One of the few.:+)
you're not yourself today assnoob
i noticed the improvement right away
don't believe everything you think
Shhhh...that's the sound of nobody caring what you think
Mobile_Amused

Spartanburg, SC

#39393 Jun 21, 2012
SeargentJosepiFriday wrote:
<quoted text>
Redistribution of Wealth 101
Bells Rings!:
Welcome to class; first you must understand that creating "government jobs" is not really job creation, it is simply another way to "spend collected tax dollars".
Further more; creating more "government jobs" creates more incentive to raise taxes.
I believe I know how to spend my earnings better than a massive government "Bureaucracy"...don' t you?
http://www.heritage.org/research/reports/2009...
Is not teaching our children how to read and write a "government job?" Why would anyone but the willingly ignorant oppose the creation of such jobs?
Benny

Harrogate, TN

#39394 Jun 21, 2012
typical wrote:
<quoted text>
there are two sides to every argument, but I don't have time to listen to yours monkey
go wipe your mouth
there's still a tiny bit of bullshit around your lips troll
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Are U really from Utah, as your user ID says? Then that explains it all. Pretty backwards place (in thinking... in my opinion/been there.) Beautiful place yes...but many migrated/exiled there voluntarily, because of many of your States cockeyed beliefs.
i.e.
When Joseph Smith, Jr., founder of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, and his brother Hyrum were assassinated at Carthage, Illinois, in June 1844, Brigham Young and other Mormon leaders decided to abandon Nauvoo, Illinois, and move west. Their exodus began February 4, 1846.

With the outbreak of the Mexican War, President James Knox Polk asked the Mormons for a battalion of men. Volunteers were recruited and the Mormon Battalion formed. During their famous march of 1846-1847 from Fort Leavenworth, Kansas, to San Diego, California, they forged a wagon route across the extreme Southwest. Their pay and their later explorations helped the pioneer settlers.

In April 1847 the pioneer company of Mormons was on its way from Winter Quarters, Nebraska, to Utah. The reports of Fremont and conversations with Father De Smet, a Jesuit missionary to the Indians, helped to influence their choice to head for the Great Basin. An advance party, including three African-Americans, entered Salt Lake Valley July 22, 1847, and the rest of the company on July 24. Planting and irrigating as well as exploration of the surrounding area began immediately.

Although the struggle for survival was difficult in the first years of settlement, the Mormons were better equipped by experience than many other groups to tame the harsh land. They had pioneered other settlements in the Midwest, and their communal religious faith underscored the necessity of cooperative effort. Basic industries developed rapidly, the city was laid out, and building began. Natural resources, including timber and water, were regarded as community property; and the church organization served as the first government.

Settlement of outlying areas began as soon as possible. Bountiful, Farmington, Ogden, Tooele, Provo, and Manti were settled by 1850. Immigration had swelled the population to 11,380, half of whom were farm families. The typical family of 1850 consisted of two parents in their 20s or early 30s and three children. A leader was generally chosen by church authorities to head each settlement, and others were selected to provide basic skills for the new community. Small settlements were frequently forts with log cabins arranged in a protective square.



Wagon train

Between 1847 and 1900 the Mormons founded about 500 settlements in Utah and neighboring states. At the same time, missionaries traveled worldwide, and thousands of religious converts from many cultural backgrounds made the long journey from their homelands to Utah via boat, rail, wagon train, and handcart.

The Mormon village in Utah was to a degree patterned after Joseph Smith's City of Zion, a planned community of farmers and tradesmen, with a central residential area and farms and farm buildings on the land beyond. Life in these villages centered on the day's work and church activities. Educational facilities developed slowly. Music, dance, and drama were favorite group activities.

Benny
talking with two tongues

Orlando, FL

#39395 Jun 21, 2012
Benny wrote:
<quoted text>
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Are U really from Utah, as your user ID says?
let me help you
i will shorten your posting
NO
i wish your keeper would pull you down and put up a smart person
Benny

Harrogate, TN

#39396 Jun 21, 2012
talking with two tongues wrote:
<quoted text>
let me help you
i will shorten your posting
NO
i wish your keeper would pull you down and put up a smart person
I'M MY OWN KEEPER...I say what I will and when I will thanks to our founding fathers,and my brothers and my WWI and my WWII father and uncles...uncle scientists,and chemists(who helped create the bombs "Fat Man" and "Little Boy"/In Oak Ridge,Tn.and Los Alomos of California who worked together for the creation of the two bombs.
BTW, I'm not dumb...smarter than many.

http://youtu.be/PIPfNFdXqI8
typical

Providence, UT

#39397 Jun 21, 2012
Benny wrote:
<quoted text>
I'M MY OWN KEEPER...I say what I will and when I will thanks to our founding fathers,and my brothers and my WWI and my WWII father and uncles...uncle scientists,and chemists(who helped create the bombs "Fat Man" and "Little Boy"/In Oak Ridge,Tn.and Los Alomos of California who worked together for the creation of the two bombs.
BTW, I'm not dumb...smarter than many.
http://youtu.be/PIPfNFdXqI8
http://bit.ly/Lftxj4
^^^^^^^^^
please refer to posting #55195
Dunlapian

Dunlap, TN

#39398 Jun 21, 2012
Belmont hill Mitt wrote:
<quoted text>
bush said some nice things about muslims as well.
that is was a religion "of peace"
I guess you were out that day.
It's called "selective listening",.........I use it with my wife!

“This wont hurt, much”

Since: May 12

Palo Alto, CA.

#39400 Jun 21, 2012
SeargentJosepiFriday wrote:
<quoted text>
Redistribution of Wealth 101
Bells Rings!:
Welcome to class; first you must understand that creating "government jobs" is not really job creation, it is simply another way to "spend collected tax dollars".
Further more; creating more "government jobs" creates more incentive to raise taxes.
I believe I know how to spend my earnings better than a massive government "Bureaucracy"...don' t you?
http://www.heritage.org/research/reports/2009...
Anyone else hear all crickets?...
the silence is almost deafening...
Dunlapian

Dunlap, TN

#39401 Jun 21, 2012
Belmont hill Mitt wrote:
<quoted text>
Are you serious???
you have a plan to loot your community??
wow what a upstanding citizen you are!!
that is one part of my emergency plan that I skipped!!
and it makes me realize, you are not that mature.
if you are that concerned with an apocolyse??
why do you live ANYWHERE near a major metropolitain area??
if you are prepared than youd be like me.
I live hundreds of miles from any major metropolitain area (even thouugh I grew up right next to a big one)
with a good water source and decent weather in the winter.
what do you have???
flat land(no high ground)or do you live on a river bluff??
isnt it like minus 30 there in the winter???
these things matter.....I have a clear shot at the highway and 1000 feet of dirt road... before my gate.
can you describe your scene??
BhM, these guy's are not B-S,ing. I have seen it for myself, in Eastern Tn.
I have also seen it before, back in the 60's during the Cuban missle crises. I remember back then they waisted a lot of money and time for nothing.
They don't even know rule #1.......keep a low profile.
But around where I live they show me everything they have(and they have a lot) and what they are going to do, ect. ect. They just can't keep their mouth shut.
lluB gnittihS feihC

United States

#39403 Jun 21, 2012
talking with two tongues wrote:
<quoted text>
let me help you
i will shorten your posting
NO
i wish your keeper would pull you down and put up a smart person
Hello my cousin from NY, "Wild Turkey Dance" ceremony coming up soon!and mass quantities of Killian's Red (what else would a Chief drink?)

"Give'em the BIRD!" I'm on the warpath now!
http://www.wildturkey.com/

Since: Oct 11

Location hidden

#39405 Jun 21, 2012
Belmont hill Mitt wrote:
<quoted text>
you cant possibly survive in our society, be sucessful, and live EVERY afternoon and night, like it were your last.
if everybody did that every day???
this society would come to a grinding halt!!
I agree you shouldnt worry too much about what comes next, as it is beyond our control.
I thought the same thing when I read that post. For some People, that would mean "partying" 24/7...that's a very good way to shorten your Life, though, & bring on what those Religious Fanatics seemt to live for, the end of their Life. So, whatever 'floats your boat", just don't try to force it on me!
Dunlapian

Dunlap, TN

#39407 Jun 21, 2012
Vet wrote:
<quoted text>
Hey, D., I bet you don't tell your wife that.
No, she told me that!

Since: Oct 11

Location hidden

#39408 Jun 21, 2012
Benny wrote:
<quoted text>
I'M MY OWN KEEPER...I say what I will and when I will thanks to our founding fathers,and my brothers and my WWI and my WWII father and uncles...uncle scientists,and chemists(who helped create the bombs "Fat Man" and "Little Boy"/In Oak Ridge,Tn.and Los Alomos of California who worked together for the creation of the two bombs.
BTW, I'm not dumb...smarter than many.
http://youtu.be/PIPfNFdXqI8
Good afternoon, Benny. I figured out a long time ago that you weren't a "Dummy", but I haven't quite figured out yet, if you can be trusted. I've had enough Tricks & Games, I don't want any more...EVER, from anybody!
Dunlapian

Dunlap, TN

#39409 Jun 21, 2012
Benny wrote:
<quoted text>
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Are U really from Utah, as your user ID says? Then that explains it all. Pretty backwards place (in thinking... in my opinion/been there.) Beautiful place yes...but many migrated/exiled there voluntarily, because of many of your States cockeyed beliefs.
i.e.
When Joseph Smith, Jr., founder of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, and his brother Hyrum were assassinated at Carthage, Illinois, in June 1844, Brigham Young and other Mormon leaders decided to abandon Nauvoo, Illinois, and move west. Their exodus began February 4, 1846.
With the outbreak of the Mexican War, President James Knox Polk asked the Mormons for a battalion of men. Volunteers were recruited and the Mormon Battalion formed. During their famous march of 1846-1847 from Fort Leavenworth, Kansas, to San Diego, California, they forged a wagon route across the extreme Southwest. Their pay and their later explorations helped the pioneer settlers.
In April 1847 the pioneer company of Mormons was on its way from Winter Quarters, Nebraska, to Utah. The reports of Fremont and conversations with Father De Smet, a Jesuit missionary to the Indians, helped to influence their choice to head for the Great Basin. An advance party, including three African-Americans, entered Salt Lake Valley July 22, 1847, and the rest of the company on July 24. Planting and irrigating as well as exploration of the surrounding area began immediately.
Although the struggle for survival was difficult in the first years of settlement, the Mormons were better equipped by experience than many other groups to tame the harsh land. They had pioneered other settlements in the Midwest, and their communal religious faith underscored the necessity of cooperative effort. Basic industries developed rapidly, the city was laid out, and building began. Natural resources, including timber and water, were regarded as community property; and the church organization served as the first government.
Settlement of outlying areas began as soon as possible. Bountiful, Farmington, Ogden, Tooele, Provo, and Manti were settled by 1850. Immigration had swelled the population to 11,380, half of whom were farm families. The typical family of 1850 consisted of two parents in their 20s or early 30s and three children. A leader was generally chosen by church authorities to head each settlement, and others were selected to provide basic skills for the new community. Small settlements were frequently forts with log cabins arranged in a protective square.
Wagon train
Between 1847 and 1900 the Mormons founded about 500 settlements in Utah and neighboring states. At the same time, missionaries traveled worldwide, and thousands of religious converts from many cultural backgrounds made the long journey from their homelands to Utah via boat, rail, wagon train, and handcart.
The Mormon village in Utah was to a degree patterned after Joseph Smith's City of Zion, a planned community of farmers and tradesmen, with a central residential area and farms and farm buildings on the land beyond. Life in these villages centered on the day's work and church activities. Educational facilities developed slowly. Music, dance, and drama were favorite group activities.
Benny
Benny, your right Utah is a very beautiful place. They have this one place that is so beautiful that you can go and spend a full day having a pinic, right in the middle of a lush green meadow.
This same lush green meadow back on 9/11 1857 the Mormons slaughted a whole wagon train of fine American Christians. It was called the "Mountain Meadow Massacre".

Since: Oct 11

Location hidden

#39410 Jun 21, 2012
SeargentJosepiFriday wrote:
<quoted text>
Anyone else hear all crickets?...
the silence is almost deafening...
SJF, I'm not ignoring you, it just took awhile for me to answer you.:)
I don't really think that I would want to live in a World where everybody is fighting for their survival, literally...a Jungle, essentially! This Country is more like that now, than it's ever been before in my Lifetime & I don't like it!
Just out of curiousity, if you've got canned goods stored...you do know that stuff won't keep forever, so do you rotate it or what do you do?

Since: Oct 11

Location hidden

#39411 Jun 21, 2012
Dunlapian wrote:
<quoted text>It's called "selective listening",.........I use it with my wife!
I thought ALL Men used that...most of them are Experts at it! Lol!

It's that Male "BOX" brain thing, they've got going on! When you find one that REALLY listens...& responds, then you know you've got a "Winner" & a "Keeper". Dunlapian, I know what you did...like all Men, when they're trying to get a woman, you hung onto every word & responded right on cue...until she fell in Love with you & then, you relaxed & let that "Box" thing take over. Lol!
Dulapian

Dunlap, TN

#39412 Jun 21, 2012
SeargentJosepiFriday wrote:
<quoted text>
Redistribution of Wealth 101
Bells Rings!:
Welcome to class; first you must understand that creating "government jobs" is not really job creation, it is simply another way to "spend collected tax dollars".
Further more; creating more "government jobs" creates more incentive to raise taxes.
I believe I know how to spend my earnings better than a massive government "Bureaucracy"...don' t you?
http://www.heritage.org/research/reports/2009...
Yeah, that dang Socialist FDR, used the C.C.C.(goverment jobs) to help build the Great Smoky Mountain National Park, that I'll be going to this weekend.
Dulapian

Dunlap, TN

#39413 Jun 21, 2012
Really Sassy wrote:
<quoted text>
I thought ALL Men used that...most of them are Experts at it! Lol!
It's that Male "BOX" brain thing, they've got going on! When you find one that REALLY listens...& responds, then you know you've got a "Winner" & a "Keeper". Dunlapian, I know what you did...like all Men, when they're trying to get a woman, you hung onto every word & responded right on cue...until she fell in Love with you & then, you relaxed & let that "Box" thing take over. Lol!
Sassy, you are so right.......now I'm off to my next box.

Since: Oct 11

Location hidden

#39414 Jun 21, 2012
If any of you don't know what I'm talking about with the, "Men's Brain Box" thing, here's a video to catch you up! LOL!

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