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OUtbound

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Astute Observer wrote:
<quoted text> Cockstuffed.
She has a nice smile, but I wouldn't interpret that as cockstuffed. Why don't you show us all what that looks like, seeing as you seem so familiar with it.
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Nov 17, 2012
 
OUtbound wrote:
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You forgot Woodrow Wilson.
And FDR.
Eristotle

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ttt wrote:
<quoted text>Whats wrong with america? to much time watching FOX news.
Got a problem with "Freedom of Speech"?...Article One of the Bill of Rights?(erroneously referred to as The First Admendment)...The Constitution?

Do people, in your opinion, also spend too much time watching MSNBC?
Asterisk

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DavidM,

If you watch the main stream media (ABC, CBS, CNN, NBC, etc.) it is easy to get discouraged about the state of the world. They constantly cover for Obama and glorify the things that are really wrong with humanity (Kardashians, athletes, reality TV starts, etc.).

But, there is still good in the world. Since I turned off the above mentioned networks and began looking for my own news, I ahve found many great things happening out there that I wish would get covered by "journalists."

You mentioned Katrina. Did you know that Biloxi, MS was actually hit harder than New Orleans? But if you go to Biloxi now, you would see a community that has rebuilt itself. But what do we hear about New Orleans, "They are still reeling and slowly recovering with the help of FEMA."

How about today with "SuperStorm" Sandy? Power is still out all over the place in New York and New Jersey. People are cold and hungry. Groups of FEMA workers are being seen sitting in restaurants taking breaks for hours at a time while the people they allegedly went there to help are freezing and starving. And nobody is blaming Obama like they did Bush after Katrina. Yet, if you look hard enough, will see charity organizations that have worked twice as hard and brought twice as much food and aid to the people who suffered in that storm. There are good people in this world. Good things are still happening. People still do love and help each other here.

The biggest problem is that the media doesn't pay any attention to them. They would rather tell us who tweeted what and how good does Obama look as he travels to Myannmar.

A message to everyone, get yourself out of that system. Look for your own news.
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Nov 20, 2012
 

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Asterisk wrote:
DavidM,
If you watch the main stream media (ABC, CBS, CNN, NBC, etc.) it is easy to get discouraged about the state of the world. They constantly cover for Obama and glorify the things that are really wrong with humanity (Kardashians, athletes, reality TV starts, etc.).
But, there is still good in the world. Since I turned off the above mentioned networks and began looking for my own news, I ahve found many great things happening out there that I wish would get covered by "journalists."
You mentioned Katrina. Did you know that Biloxi, MS was actually hit harder than New Orleans? But if you go to Biloxi now, you would see a community that has rebuilt itself. But what do we hear about New Orleans, "They are still reeling and slowly recovering with the help of FEMA."
How about today with "SuperStorm" Sandy? Power is still out all over the place in New York and New Jersey. People are cold and hungry. Groups of FEMA workers are being seen sitting in restaurants taking breaks for hours at a time while the people they allegedly went there to help are freezing and starving. And nobody is blaming Obama like they did Bush after Katrina. Yet, if you look hard enough, will see charity organizations that have worked twice as hard and brought twice as much food and aid to the people who suffered in that storm. There are good people in this world. Good things are still happening. People still do love and help each other here.
The biggest problem is that the media doesn't pay any attention to them. They would rather tell us who tweeted what and how good does Obama look as he travels to Myannmar.
A message to everyone, get yourself out of that system. Look for your own news.
Excellent post! Throw your Tv's out and find out whats really going on!
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Nov 20, 2012
 

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Asterisk wrote:
DavidM,
If you watch the main stream media (ABC, CBS, CNN, NBC, etc.) it is easy to get discouraged about the state of the world. They constantly cover for Obama and glorify the things that are really wrong with humanity (Kardashians, athletes, reality TV starts, etc.).
But, there is still good in the world. Since I turned off the above mentioned networks and began looking for my own news, I ahve found many great things happening out there that I wish would get covered by "journalists."
You mentioned Katrina. Did you know that Biloxi, MS was actually hit harder than New Orleans? But if you go to Biloxi now, you would see a community that has rebuilt itself. But what do we hear about New Orleans, "They are still reeling and slowly recovering with the help of FEMA."
How about today with "SuperStorm" Sandy? Power is still out all over the place in New York and New Jersey. People are cold and hungry. Groups of FEMA workers are being seen sitting in restaurants taking breaks for hours at a time while the people they allegedly went there to help are freezing and starving. And nobody is blaming Obama like they did Bush after Katrina. Yet, if you look hard enough, will see charity organizations that have worked twice as hard and brought twice as much food and aid to the people who suffered in that storm. There are good people in this world. Good things are still happening. People still do love and help each other here.
The biggest problem is that the media doesn't pay any attention to them. They would rather tell us who tweeted what and how good does Obama look as he travels to Myannmar.
A message to everyone, get yourself out of that system. Look for your own news.
Wake Up!
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Outstanding Post wrote:
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Excellent post! Throw your Tv's out and find out whats really going on!
Stupid!
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<quoted text> Wake Up!
I have woken up. It is those who rely on the networks to give them their news who are still asleep.
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<quoted text>Stupid!
GFY stuffed shirt richard cranium
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Outstanding Post wrote:
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GFY stuffed shirt richard cranium
Get back on your meds.
dognes

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Nov 25, 2012
 
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Nov 26, 2012
 

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OUtbound wrote:
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She has a nice smile, but I wouldn't interpret that as cockstuffed. Why don't you show us all what that looks like, seeing as you seem so familiar with it.
You should ask your mom. I hear she is more than vaguely well versed in the practice.

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