“Hereeeeee'ssss UR Pizza”

Since: May 13

Columbus, OH

#24155 Jan 19, 2014
UgottaGimmeThat wrote:
I AM pretty good at ruffling these teabagger extremist's feathers.
It's almost too easy, but thanks for noticing, Pops.
Not really...

Frankly you are fairly cliche, kind of like a sort of low rent imitation of an actual reader of Alinsky.

Keep trying though........I love what you are trying to do..........
Pops

Newport, KY

#24156 Jan 19, 2014
xxxrayted wrote:
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Then let me ask: where is this grid of his where he is able to supply all the electricity for his home? How many years of this grid investment will it take him to break even or realize a profit?
I didn't say that I agree with his timetable but I am watching his progress. But he has been off of the grid for months (he does use nat gas for hot water) but runs the stove, lights, TV, & more from solar & rechargeable batteries 24/7 even this time of year. Federal law says that an electric company MUST buy power from such & any other sources when it is offered to the power company. They install a 'reverse power meter' at their expense. IF you have a backyard windmill, or a water wheel on a river or creek or whatever, they are compelled by law to buy your power output.
As I see it, solar power is not cost effective in this day & age. But after the initial cost, my son gets NO power bill ever.
Of course any law is subject to be changed.
UgottaGimmeThat

Van Wert, OH

#24157 Jan 19, 2014
Free Pizza 4 U wrote:
<quoted text>
Not really...
Frankly you are fairly cliche, kind of like a sort of low rent imitation of an actual reader of Alinsky.
Keep trying though........I love what you are trying to do..........
Aww, thanks Pope GayDates...

Since: Aug 12

United States

#24158 Jan 19, 2014
Yet more 4th grade mentality. Very nice.

“Hereeeeee'ssss UR Pizza”

Since: May 13

Columbus, OH

#24159 Jan 19, 2014
UgottaGimmeThat wrote:
<quoted text>Aww, thanks Pope GayDates...
What????

How did gay get into the discussion?

Oh yeah Alinsky deflection......

carry on then.........
Pops

Newport, KY

#24160 Jan 19, 2014
UgottaGimmeThat wrote:
I AM pretty good at ruffling these teabagger extremist's feathers.
It's almost too easy, but thanks for noticing, Pops.
Help me to understand. Thanks for noticing that you are an imbecile or thanks for noticing that you are clueless or thanks for knowing that YOU don't know that Nike's don't fit turtles? Which is it?
Pops

Newport, KY

#24161 Jan 19, 2014
UgottaGimmeThat wrote:
I AM pretty good at ruffling these teabagger extremist's feathers.
It's almost too easy, but thanks for noticing, Pops.
You couldn't ruffle the feathers on a molting Peacock. What a putz you are with absolutely NO clue.
You are more sad than 1000 funerals. And that is sad.
You are dumber than a snorkel on a high flying goose.

Since: Aug 11

Location hidden

#24162 Jan 19, 2014
UdintBuildThat wrote:
Xxx, libertarian is going to be the way to go. But if Matt Bevins can beat McConnell in the KY senate primary we might be able to take the party back.
I wouldn't put any bets on the Republican Party either since it was founded on Progressivism and they seem to be going back to their roots and originally the Communist are the ones who supported Lincoln and the Republicans during the time of lincoln which even the Communist in 1920's knew that and why the image of lincoln was used in their backdrop on their stage at the 20th anniversary meeting of the communist party and also remember the republican party dominated the Progressive era of the 20th century.

http://chuckmanchicagonostalgia.wordpress.com...
KAT

Sabina, OH

#24163 Jan 19, 2014
xxxrayted wrote:
I'm 50 years old, and I haven't voted for a Democrat since my early 20's. However, I do see conservative values in Strickland such as the Castle Doctrine, CCW's, and the ability to possess a loaded firearm in your vehicle. He signed all bills related to this movement.
As reported by the news, we now have a record in frying the murderers that dwell in our prison system; eight so far. In my opinion, Kasich's devout religious values may hamper this advancement. I say, we should have somebody frying every single day in Ohio.
In spite of Kasich's claim that he is a pro-gun advocate, he did sign legislation banning assault weapons. On the other hand, Strickland signed bills taxing our hospitals, and created legislation that prohibited insurance companies from denying people with preexisting conditions from getting insurance which increases our healthcare premiums in Ohio.
I don't know. I'm still undecided. Strickland has done little for our state in regards to attracting jobs. Our unemployment rate is still above national average. But I do think of him when I strap on my gun, and know I have the legal right to defend myself because of Strickland.
I will probably remain undecided right up to the point I go to the voting booth. I am a conservative Republican, but it's hard to turn my back on somebody who promotes some conservative values regardless of his party.
When I think of Kasich, there are some things I just can't get out of my mind... Ohio Tax Payers furnish a beautiful Mansion for the Governor. Thousands of Dollars are paid for care and upkeep of the mansion. Kasich chose to live in his own home. Tax Payers are Paying for the care and upkeep of his home, installing a New Security System and paying his wife to clean a home she should be taking care of anyways. Don't get me wrong. I have no problem with him living in his home. I just don't think Tax Payers should pay for it and take care of it. It was his choice. He could have moved into the Furnished Mansion. Why should Tax Dollars have to pay twice? There are so many places those Tax Dollars are needed

Since: Aug 11

Location hidden

#24164 Jan 19, 2014
KAT wrote:
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When I think of Kasich, there are some things I just can't get out of my mind... Ohio Tax Payers furnish a beautiful Mansion for the Governor. Thousands of Dollars are paid for care and upkeep of the mansion. Kasich chose to live in his own home. Tax Payers are Paying for the care and upkeep of his home, installing a New Security System and paying his wife to clean a home she should be taking care of anyways. Don't get me wrong. I have no problem with him living in his home. I just don't think Tax Payers should pay for it and take care of it. It was his choice. He could have moved into the Furnished Mansion. Why should Tax Dollars have to pay twice? There are so many places those Tax Dollars are needed
Kasich likes liberalism too which you have confirmed.
Wait what

Dublin, OH

#24165 Jan 20, 2014
Patriot wrote:
HMMmmmmm... Ontario, Canada--Canadian National Health Care, OMG!!! Socialism!!!!!!! Socialized Medicine!!!! OMG!
OMG! These Poor Canadians Have to Pay from $60.00 a Year to $900.00 a Year for Health Insurance with NO Deductibles, and NO Co-Payments.... Canadians Go to ANY Doctor they wish to go to....
Oh Dear.... they don't even have HMO's and PPO's telling them which Doctors they can and cannot see... They don't even get to wait for service unless it is for an Elective Surgery or they are trying to see a Popular Doctor who is not taking new patients..
Zounds,,,No wonder the Republicans told us it was awful.... Good old Republicans saved us from a fate worse than death,,,,,
Funding [edit]
While Ontario receives transfer payments from the federal government of Canada to partially fund health care, OHIP is also supported by general provincial tax revenues and premiums (taxes) paid by employers and individuals. Employers are charged a payroll health care tax (with an exemption for small businesses) and residents of the province pay a health premium (introduced in 2004) as part of their income taxes.
The Ontario Health Premium (OHP) is a component of Ontario's Personal Income Tax system. The OHP is based on taxable income for a taxation year. As of May 2010, an Ontario resident with taxable income (i.e. income after subtracting allowable deductions) of $21,000 pays $60 per year. With taxable income of $22,000, the premium doubles to $120; with taxable income of $23,000, the premium is $180; with taxable income of $24,000, the premium is $240. The premium increases at a decreasing rate thereafter for taxable incomes up to $200,600, at which point the maximum premium of $900 is reached.[1]
You're not very bright, are you?

MPP presses health minister on city’s loss of thoracic cancer surgery

http://blogs.windsorstar.com/2013/10/31/natys...
Old Guy

Cincinnati, OH

#24166 Jan 20, 2014
xxxrayted wrote:
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And no, I don't buy into any of that nonsense they knew what this or that was hundreds of thousands of years ago.
I see. After asking for evidence, you simply reject the physical evidence, and call it "nonsense." Is that like when a small child puts their fingers in their ears and says "LA LA LA" in an attempt to avoid hearing something?

Some science is very difficult to understand. This is not. Ice samples from earlier eras are analyzed for their carbon dioxide content. Exactly what part of this process do you think is nonsense? The retrieving of ice cores from Antarctica? The chemical analysis used to reveal the amount of carbon dioxide in the samples?

I'm going to post a link that explains this process in simple terms. Simple enough that you could understand it, if you chose to. But I'm pretty certain that you care more about being faithful to your political views than trying to understand the truth about our changing world.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ice_core

"An ice core is a core sample that is typically removed from an ice sheet, most commonly from the polar ice caps of Antarctica, Greenland or from high mountain glaciers elsewhere. As the ice forms from the incremental build up of annual layers of snow, lower layers are older than upper, and an ice core contains ice formed over a range of years. The properties of the ice and the recrystallized inclusions within the ice can then be used to reconstruct a climatic record over the age range of the core, normally through isotopic analysis. This enables the reconstruction of local temperature records and the history of atmospheric composition.
...

The length of the record depends on the depth of the ice core and varies from a few years up to 800 kyr (800,000 years) for the EPICA core. The time resolution (i.e. the shortest time period which can be accurately distinguished) depends on the amount of annual snowfall, and reduces with depth as the ice compacts under the weight of layers accumulating on top of it. Upper layers of ice in a core correspond to a single year or sometimes a single season. Deeper into the ice the layers thin and annual layers become indistinguishable.

An ice core from the right site can be used to reconstruct an uninterrupted and detailed climate record extending over hundreds of thousands of years, providing information on a wide variety of aspects of climate at each point in time. It is the simultaneity of these properties recorded in the ice that makes ice cores such a powerful tool in paleoclimate research."
UgottaGimmeThat

Van Wert, OH

#24167 Jan 20, 2014
Oops, here's me posting before work, just like I do several times a week. I guess we can just add that to the long list of things XXX is completely WRONG about.:-)

You desperate inbred teatards should really work on your scatterbrained insults. So far, I'm a fourth grader in pajamas who read Rules for Radicals, lives in a basement, doesn't have a job, gets free Obamaphones, and is a baby killing commie.

Oh, and hey Poops, when you're feebly attempting to insult someone's intelligence online, try NOT to compare them to the smartest person on the forum...

Roflmao!!!

Since: Aug 12

United States

#24168 Jan 20, 2014
KAT wrote:
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When I think of Kasich, there are some things I just can't get out of my mind... Ohio Tax Payers furnish a beautiful Mansion for the Governor. Thousands of Dollars are paid for care and upkeep of the mansion. Kasich chose to live in his own home. Tax Payers are Paying for the care and upkeep of his home, installing a New Security System and paying his wife to clean a home she should be taking care of anyways. Don't get me wrong. I have no problem with him living in his home. I just don't think Tax Payers should pay for it and take care of it. It was his choice. He could have moved into the Furnished Mansion. Why should Tax Dollars have to pay twice? There are so many places those Tax Dollars are needed
You gotta be shitten me... have you heard how many millions the Obamas have wasted?????
woo-boy

Waverly, OH

#24169 Jan 20, 2014
UdintBuildThat wrote:
<quoted text>
You gotta be shitten me... have you heard how many millions the Obamas have wasted?????
In the same time period POTUS vacations:

Obama- 15 trips 96 days total
Bush- 58 trips 349 days total
Do the math,if you can.
Reality Speaks

Columbus, OH

#24170 Jan 20, 2014
woo-boy wrote:
<quoted text>In the same time period POTUS vacations:
Obama- 15 trips 96 days total
Bush- 58 trips 349 days total
Do the math,if you can.
pull your head out of your azz......we see through your chit.

Bush went to his ranch where it is set up as remote office. Putin visited Bush ranch on business. So did many other leaders. Bush preferred that environment over DC, and felt other world leaders more comfortable not being in the spotlight.

Your spin and childish tactics to fail to cover the most inept POTUS in history have failed again. Obama is a disgrace, and so are you.
Canton

Canton, OH

#24171 Jan 20, 2014
xxxrayted wrote:
<quoted text>
Please post a credible site that demonstrates oil companies blocked alternative energy.
The one thing about oil is it sells itself. Nobody needs to rig the game to sell oil. If the US went to some magical alternative fuel, Europe would be happy to take our oil, so would Japan, China and a host of other consumers.
Nobody on the right is against alternative fuel either. Find an alternative fuel that's just as reliable, just as powerful, just as economical as the fuel we currently use, and we'll be on the same bandwagon with you.
Tell you what. Google oil companies block alternative energy, then you can pick from which of the many sites you consider a viable source.
Canton

Canton, OH

#24172 Jan 20, 2014
Free Pizza 4 U wrote:
<quoted text>
I see......
You are prepared to drag the world back into a stone age agrarian society....
I guess the BILLIONS who die as a result of that don't concern you.
Oddly the folks you disdain (the very rich) will be the only survivors.
Oh please. You rightwingers are such conniving drama queens. You asked how we would ever survive without fossil fuels and I answered, the same way we did for thousands of years. Now it's twisted into ..."You wanna drag us back into the stone age!" Could you possibly be any lamer? Give yourself a break and I'll let you know when you have what it takes to roll with the big dogs
Canton

Canton, OH

#24173 Jan 20, 2014
Oh, and those powdered wig rich boy sissies would be the first to go if the sh1t ever hit the fan. Ask the hundreds of thousands of urban youth with AK-47s, what they think about it. Thanks NRA!
Canton

Canton, OH

#24174 Jan 20, 2014
Pops wrote:
<quoted text> This son lives in Fairfield OH, another is at Point Mugu CA in the navy for the last 10 1/2 yrs & another is going to NKU & finishing his undergraduate studies.
3 sons, 3 states, 3 different roads. Individuals all.
Careful Pops. You stated a fact and that drives the Tea Baggers crazy. Be ready to be questioned on something you already know is common knowledge. Then ask yourself why truck drivers and hand me down farmers are suddenly attacking your son's solar panels.

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