Since: Feb 13

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#68291 Feb 20, 2013
Dunlapian wrote:
<quoted text>Ya know Linda, I'll have to take another look at the Pentagon and look for that tail. I'd also like to know what happened if anything to the tapes of cameras surrounding the Pentagon that I keep hearing from different sources disappeared right after the crash. If there are any it would help stop all these conspiracy theories. Now I'm not saying it wasn't hit by a flying object, I'd just like a little more detail, and detail is in short supply.
It was the Pentagon...you know how secretive they are and justifiably so, IMO. There were a few Congressional Staffers, one or two, in the Pentagon that morning on business and they gave some interviews, at the time, that I saw.
I have no doubt that it was real and happened just like we were told. I was glued to the TV for weeks and I saw all of it , at the time.
I didn't go to work that day to stay home and watch it...and I recorded all of the coverage for weeks afterwards, while I was at work, so I didn't miss much of it, if any of it.
I knew it was a once-in-a-Lifetime historical happening that would change our Lives forever and I didn't want to miss a minute of it, just because of the ramifications and misinformation that would be told about it, just like is happening on here. I also knew that it meant we were then at WAR, with all that entailed for American Lives and our Military.
And BTW, it was the tail of the Plane, it was at a slight angle and it was a little more than the last half sticking out of the building. maybe as much as 3/4ths sticking out. It set the Pentagon on fire, you know, but it was quickly contained and extinguished. Most of the plane was visible except for the front part. It might be on Youtube, everything else is....or you may can Google the picture and find it. I've seen it on the TV Newscasts more than once, at the time, and for a few years afterward, periodically.

Since: Feb 13

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#68292 Feb 20, 2013
TN. is mentioned in this Article and there's information you need to be aware of, for your own safety, so I highly recommend that you read it.
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"13 Governors Screwing Over The Uninsured."

Click here:
http://www.motherjones.com/mojo/2013/02/meet-...

Since: Mar 10

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#68293 Feb 20, 2013
BOO HOO wrote:
...your a idiot....
'Nuff said.
BOO HOO

Martin, TN

#68294 Feb 20, 2013
SexySasssySenior wrote:
<quoted text>
You must be a free loader
DONT THINK SO........And whos gonna pay the millions of people and billions of dollars that it would take to put your idiotic place in place you or obama
BOO HOO

Martin, TN

#68295 Feb 20, 2013
((plan))
Nuh

South Pittsburg, TN

#68298 Feb 20, 2013
Dunlapian wrote:
Hopefully today most of us can get back into some political discussions or talk about world events.
Dang. The night shift gets into topics I don't particularly care to discuss.... LOL
Overtaxed

Thorn Hill, TN

#68299 Feb 20, 2013
Unreal wrote:
<quoted text>
Or maybe it is because people are wising up to shopping at Wal-Mart... I used to buy all household supplies and some groceries there, and now I try to buy nothing there. I have made a concentrated effort to buy from local drug stores and markets.
If Wal-Mart is America "as we knew" it, I look forward to a better tomorrow...
I hope people are wising up "Unreal". Wal-Mart is a huge importer of cheap Chinese junk, and nothing has destroyed more American manufacturing jobs than Chinese imports...Combine that with the destruction of the independant retailers that were located anywhere Wal-Mart built a store, and the fact that many of their workers are paid so little that they still qualify for government assistance, and real story of this company becomes much clearer. I buy local whenever I can as well, and if I can't find something there, I stick with Sears or Kmart.
BOO HOO

Martin, TN

#68300 Feb 20, 2013
yea I missed the extra <<s>> again but they surely must be twins I can tell no difference in what I read from either// the """crew" "" all sound the same
Nuh

South Pittsburg, TN

#68301 Feb 20, 2013
OT - remember way back when...back when Sam Walton was still alive and 'Made in America' was a big part of his business plan?
Overtaxed

Thorn Hill, TN

#68302 Feb 20, 2013
Well, after reviewing last night's efforts on the thread, I see "Willard" spent a part of his night posting to his cyber girlfriend. I wonder if he had "Carol" or "Mary Ann" on his lap for that session ? Looks like an hour or two of "stimulating" conversation was had by "all"....What a joke.
Pete

Nashville, TN

#68303 Feb 20, 2013
Dunlapian wrote:
<quoted text>Well I'm glad that MG missed me with that slime and Willard is busy changing into.......on never mind. Hopefully today most of us can get back into some political discussions or talk about world events.
Pete, I truly am upset that a few bad apples have scamed you and the system, but on the other hand Corporate Managers have also ruined good workers lives.
No doubt!
Unreal

Dandridge, TN

#68304 Feb 20, 2013
BOO HOO wrote:
yea I missed the extra <<s>> again but they surely must be twins I can tell no difference in what I read from either// the """crew" "" all sound the same
Only as different as night and day...

You finally decided to speak English (sort of), and made a post I agreed with (sort of), but only because you thread geniuses choose to attack the poster instead of the message.

Bless your heart - maybe Obamacare will cover glasses for you ;)
Overtaxed

Thorn Hill, TN

#68305 Feb 20, 2013
SexySassySenior wrote:
TN. is mentioned in this Article and there's information you need to be aware of, for your own safety, so I highly recommend that you read it.
----------
"13 Governors Screwing Over The Uninsured."
Click here:
http://www.motherjones.com/mojo/2013/02/meet-...
Good morning Linda ! I have an idea that these governors will yield to the inevitable as Hospitals and providers in ther states begin to pressure them. Some hospitals take a huge hit caring for the uninsured, and having them enrolled in expanded Medicaid will slow that bleeding tremendously, which will improve their bottom line. In today's America, we all know that the bottom line is THE driver of political action.
There is another action that could be taken in this expansion. Some states including ours, have left creating the exchanges to the Federal Govt. Since the Medicaid expansion is paid for 100% by the Federal Govt. for the first three years, there is nothing stopping the Feds from expanding the rolls through the exchanges unilaterally.
Pete

Nashville, TN

#68306 Feb 20, 2013
Overtaxed wrote:
<quoted text> I hope people are wising up "Unreal". Wal-Mart is a huge importer of cheap Chinese junk, and nothing has destroyed more American manufacturing jobs than Chinese imports...Combine that with the destruction of the independant retailers that were located anywhere Wal-Mart built a store, and the fact that many of their workers are paid so little that they still qualify for government assistance, and real story of this company becomes much clearer. I buy local whenever I can as well, and if I can't find something there, I stick with Sears or Kmart.
OT, I'm now your biggest fan! I couldn't agree with you more on this! I am one of those independent retailers.
BOO HOO

Martin, TN

#68307 Feb 20, 2013
Overtaxed wrote:
Well, after reviewing last night's efforts on the thread, I see "Willard" spent a part of his night posting to his cyber girlfriend. I wonder if he had "Carol" or "Mary Ann" on his lap for that session ? Looks like an hour or two of "stimulating" conversation was had by "all"....What a joke.
And what does you and the""crews B.S. have to do with<<Who do you support for Governor in Tennessee in ,,2010??>> O it must be CHATTY HENS talkin huh..........WHAT A JOKE
Overtaxed

Thorn Hill, TN

#68308 Feb 20, 2013
Nuh wrote:
OT - remember way back when...back when Sam Walton was still alive and 'Made in America' was a big part of his business plan?
Yes I do, and at that time I had a great respect for Mr. Sam's company. Sadly, those days are gone and I would drive 30 miles out of my way to keep from trading at Wal-Mart.
Goodbye

United States

#68309 Feb 20, 2013
Unreal wrote:
<quoted text>
Or maybe it is because people are wising up to shopping at Wal-Mart... I used to buy all household supplies and some groceries there, and now I try to buy nothing there. I have made a concentrated effort to buy from local drug stores and markets.
If Wal-Mart is America "as we knew" it, I look forward to a better tomorrow...
I seldom shop at WalMart, but that was not my point. Sorry you misses it!
Overtaxed

Thorn Hill, TN

#68310 Feb 20, 2013
Pete wrote:
<quoted text>
OT, I'm now your biggest fan! I couldn't agree with you more on this! I am one of those independent retailers.
That being the case, I have a new respect for you as well. I have had some close friends in the retail trade DESTROYED by Wal-Mart, not because they were poor businessmen but because they could not buy the volume necessary to demand their own price, could not negotiate 90 days net, could not sell shelf space, could not sell for a year or two below cost, and were unwilling to keep their employees at minimum wage and uninsured forever. Anyone who can survive in competition with Wal-Mart deserves a standing ovation !
BOO HOO

Martin, TN

#68311 Feb 20, 2013
Unreal wrote:
<quoted text>
Only as different as night and day...
You finally decided to speak English (sort of), and made a post I agreed with (sort of), but only because you thread geniuses choose to attack the poster instead of the message.
Bless your heart - maybe Obamacare will cover glasses for you ;)
Go back and argue with the fence post some more cause I (sort of) don't give a dam what you think...... is this clear enough for you or do I need to dumb it down more.
Pete

Nashville, TN

#68312 Feb 20, 2013
Overtaxed wrote:
<quoted text> Yes I do, and at that time I had a great respect for Mr. Sam's company. Sadly, those days are gone and I would drive 30 miles out of my way to keep from trading at Wal-Mart.
Part of the problem is caused by us though, i.e. the American consumer. We will only pay the lowest price. For example, let's say a retailer is selling shovels. They have one model made in China and will only last about 6 months and is kind of flimsy. However, it is only $20. They have another model made in the U.S., very sturdy and will last a very long time, but it sells for $25. Which one do you think sells the best? I see this scenario every day. Nobody worries about the quality of what they purchase until after they buy it.

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