Did you vote today?

Did you vote today?

Created by Rick on Jun 8, 2010

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Since: Dec 10

Kansas City Ks.

#31055 Jul 6, 2014
Tropical Reviewer wrote:
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No, but they warn us about it in Leviticus

Don't they warn you about baring false witness as well.

Seem to me a bit hypocritical saying your going to church in one post and accusing some one of F#cking goats in the next.

By the way, what the status on your draft card after you joined the USAF in 1965?
Tropical Reviewer

Jonesboro, AR

#31056 Jul 6, 2014
BARNEYII wrote:
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Don't they warn you about baring false witness as well.
Seem to me a bit hypocritical saying your going to church in one post and accusing some one of F#cking goats in the next.
By the way, what the status on your draft card after you joined the USAF in 1965?
I accused you of nothing I wondered about the possibility. Didn't say I joined in '65, I told you where I was. You haven't answered a single one of my questions yet, you've made my point, but you've answered no questions. Yes, I bet you're not much of a chess player.
Tropical Reviewer

Jonesboro, AR

#31057 Jul 6, 2014
And you're still wearing out those judge buttons. I liked it better when you and your alter egos congratulated each other, nothing like a cyber high five or an electronic pat on the back. And how many second languages do we have?
Tropical Reviewer

Jonesboro, AR

#31058 Jul 6, 2014
BARNEYII wrote:
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Don't they warn you about baring false witness as well.
Seem to me a bit hypocritical saying your going to church in one post and accusing some one of F#cking goats in the next.
By the way, what the status on your draft card after you joined the USAF in 1965?
And just because you do it, you would not be un clothing false witnesses, you would not want to bear false witness. Probably like your Greek fantasy and you knew that all along, right?

Since: Dec 10

Kansas City Ks.

#31059 Jul 6, 2014
BARNEYII wrote:
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Don't they warn you about baring false witness as well.
Seem to me a bit hypocritical saying your going to church in one post and accusing some one of F#cking goats in the next.
By the way, what the status on your draft card after you joined the USAF in 1965?
If you are telling the truth about being USAF Vet like me, you will know exactly what your draft status was after joining the AF.

Could be you are telling the truth, that would fit the profile of a coward quite well.

In 1965 the draft was going strong, boots hitting the ground in South Vietnam and the USAF seemed a pretty safe place to be to avoid getting drafted into the Army where 88% of the Army draftees were infantry riflemen and accounted for over half of Army deaths.
Tropical Reviewer

Jonesboro, AR

#31060 Jul 6, 2014
BARNEYII wrote:
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If you are telling the truth about being USAF Vet like me, you will know exactly what your draft status was after joining the AF.
Could be you are telling the truth, that would fit the profile of a coward quite well.
In 1965 the draft was going strong, boots hitting the ground in South Vietnam and the USAF seemed a pretty safe place to be to avoid getting drafted into the Army where 88% of the Army draftees were infantry riflemen and accounted for over half of Army deaths.
Are you saying you became an Air Force ver to avoid getting drafted into the army where 88% of the draftees were infantry riflemen and accounted for over half of Army deaths. You're not the hero we thought you were. Oh, yeah, you didn't go any place.

Since: Dec 10

Kansas City Ks.

#31061 Jul 6, 2014
Tropical Reviewer wrote:
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And just because you do it, you would not be un clothing false witnesses, you would not want to bear false witness. Probably like your Greek fantasy and you knew that all along, right?
Being I am not a Bear, I won't be "bearing" any thing, I have NO reservations about baring your stupidity to the world.

Now you should be proud of that, BC if it were not for me using you as a cheap source of entertainmen tB/C no one else on here really pays you any attention.

Let's give it a try, and see what happens, what do you say?

Safe bet to say you will be discoursing with new folks with far away IP,s, if do any at all"

As you have told me, that I-Pad changes IP's every time you go into a different room.

Since: Dec 10

Kansas City Ks.

#31062 Jul 6, 2014
Tropical Reviewer wrote:
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Are you saying you became an Air Force ver to avoid getting drafted into the army where 88% of the draftees were infantry riflemen and accounted for over half of Army deaths. You're not the hero we thought you were. Oh, yeah, you didn't go any place.
Not at all, I joined because I damn well felt like it.

You see the draft ended on Jan. 27, 1973, I joined the AF after the draft ended.

Any more questions- I sure hope so!

Since: Dec 10

Kansas City Ks.

#31063 Jul 6, 2014
Tropical Reviewer wrote:
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I accused you of nothing I wondered about the possibility. Didn't say I joined in '65, I told you where I was. You haven't answered a single one of my questions yet, you've made my point, but you've answered no questions. Yes, I bet you're not much of a chess player
Trick question Goober, your draft status would have been the same after joining regardless of what year you joined.

Check Mate

Since: Dec 10

Kansas City Ks.

#31064 Jul 6, 2014
Tropical Reviewer wrote:
And you're still wearing out those judge buttons. I liked it better when you and your alter egos congratulated each other, nothing like a cyber high five or an electronic pat on the back. And how many second languages do we have?
Just one more thing before I go.

The I Phone 4S from which I post still lacks the application to judge post.

Don't believe me, just pick one and try it.
Tropical Reviewer

Jonesboro, AR

#31065 Jul 6, 2014
BARNEYII wrote:
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Trick question Goober, your draft status would have been the same after joining regardless of what year you joined.
Check Mate
Wonder Boy, you keep saying that I joined the service in 65, I keep correcting you. So you avoided the service until the fighting had stopped, then when it was safe you signed up. You're not much of a hero.
Tropical Reviewer

Jonesboro, AR

#31066 Jul 6, 2014
BARNEYII wrote:
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Being I am not a Bear, I won't be "bearing" any thing, I have NO reservations about baring your stupidity to the world.
Now you should be proud of that, BC if it were not for me using you as a cheap source of entertainmen tB/C no one else on here really pays you any attention.
Let's give it a try, and see what happens, what do you say?
Safe bet to say you will be discoursing with new folks with far away IP,s, if do any at all"
As you have told me, that I-Pad changes IP's every time you go into a different room.
Changes every time I change rooms, I have world's most complex router, hard to believe that a $70 router from Netgear would be so technologically advanced. Every post I've made has jonesboro listed. I will admit I'm entertaining, most people do, but cheap, idiotic p, a dullard, that is left to you. We are waiting for you to make anyone look stupid, I'm sure you can, but with your intellect it would be an accident. The only errors you've pointed out so far are spelling and punctuation and I doubt if you'll get much of a following in your quest to find work with that.
Tropical Reviewer

Jonesboro, AR

#31067 Jul 6, 2014
BARNEYII wrote:
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If you are telling the truth about being USAF Vet like me, you will know exactly what your draft status was after joining the AF.
Could be you are telling the truth, that would fit the profile of a coward quite well.
In 1965 the draft was going strong, boots hitting the ground in South Vietnam and the USAF seemed a pretty safe place to be to avoid getting drafted into the Army where 88% of the Army draftees were infantry riflemen and accounted for over half of Army deaths.
Several of the pilots that were at the 32nd FIS were trained to fly aircraft other than the F-102's, went to Nam and were shot down. I hate that you feel that a person that had a cupcake assignment was a coward. What did you do in the war Daddy?
Tropical Reviewer

Jonesboro, AR

#31068 Jul 6, 2014
BARNEYII wrote:
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Just one more thing before I go.
The I Phone 4S from which I post still lacks the application to judge post.
Don't believe me, just pick one and try it.
If you can make my router change ip addresses, you must be a wizard with an iPhone.

Since: Dec 10

Kansas City Ks.

#31069 Jul 6, 2014
Tropical Reviewer wrote:
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Wonder Boy, you keep saying that I joined the service in 65, I keep correcting you. So you avoided the service until the fighting had stopped, then when it was safe you signed up. You're not much of a hero.
WRONG again oh educated one, I waited till I was 17 years old and talked my parents into sighing for me so I could join.

BTW, what part of that post do you not understand?

I made it pretty clear what year you joined was irrelevant.

Any true Veteran would have know in a instant what their classification was after they joined.

Since: Dec 10

Kansas City Ks.

#31070 Jul 6, 2014
Tropical Reviewer wrote:
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Wonder Boy, you keep saying that I joined the service in 65, I keep correcting you. So you avoided the service until the fighting had stopped, then when it was safe you signed up. You're not much of a hero
Just not much on math or history are you ole post graduate degree holding Feller?

For one thing I Just told you I joined post 1973.

And two- Direct U.S. military involvement ended on 15 August 1973 as a result of the ...
&#8206;Fall of Saigon.

Just keep opening that mouth and inserting your foot in it.
Tropical Reviewer

Jonesboro, AR

#31071 Jul 6, 2014
BARNEYII wrote:
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WRONG again oh educated one, I waited till I was 17 years old and talked my parents into sighing for me so I could join.
BTW, what part of that post do you not understand?
I made it pretty clear what year you joined was irrelevant.
Any true Veteran would have know in a instant what their classification was after they joined.
And I keep telling you that I'm not answering any of your questions until you start answering mine. You seem to believe that you make all the rules and anyone who does not obey you can be called names or whatever you choose. Anyone that grew up in the 50's and 60's was well aware of 1-A, probably one of the biggest incentives for Air Force and Navy Recruitment. Most of your questions could be answered by anybody that has lived in the last forty years. I'm beginning to wonder why you don't know any better questions. Where did you attend basic, same place as everybody else since the forties? Where you were stationed? Why did you not take advantage of the education opportunities that the military afforded? Come on Barney, you must have answer occasionally

Since: Dec 10

Kansas City Ks.

#31072 Jul 6, 2014
Tropical Reviewer wrote:
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And I keep telling you that I'm not answering any of your questions until you start answering mine. You seem to believe that you make all the rules and anyone who does not obey you can be called names or whatever you choose. Anyone that grew up in the 50's and 60's was well aware of 1-A, probably one of the biggest incentives for Air Force and Navy Recruitment. Most of your questions could be answered by anybody that has lived in the last forty years. I'm beginning to wonder why you don't know any better questions. Where did you attend basic, same place as everybody else since the forties? Where you were stationed? Why did you not take advantage of the education opportunities that the military afforded? Come on Barney, you must have answer occasionally

LMFAO you know you were an I-w, now we both know what you were, shall we tell the world what that stands for?

Since: Dec 10

Kansas City Ks.

#31073 Jul 6, 2014
Tropical Reviewer wrote:
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And I keep telling you that I'm not answering any of your questions until you start answering mine. You seem to believe that you make all the rules and anyone who does not obey you can be called names or whatever you choose. Anyone that grew up in the 50's and 60's was well aware of 1-A, probably one of the biggest incentives for Air Force and Navy Recruitment. Most of your questions could be answered by anybody that has lived in the last forty years. I'm beginning to wonder why you don't know any better questions. Where did you attend basic, same place as everybody else since the forties? Where you were stationed? Why did you not take advantage of the education opportunities that the military afforded? Come on Barney, you must have answer occasionally

BTW fake Veteran, your status could not have been an I-A after you had already enlisited.
Tropical Reviewer

Jonesboro, AR

#31074 Jul 6, 2014
BARNEYII wrote:
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LMFAO you know you were an I-w, now we both know what you were, shall we tell the world what that stands for?
And you got a section 8. Answer some questions. Oh yeah, civilian doing things for the benefit of the country, but no, was not. You joined at 17, the AF needed short order cooks that bad? I thought greasing wheel bearings on 102's was demeaning.

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