George

Charleston, WV

#47951 Apr 26, 2014
bacon hater wrote:
<quoted text>
Come on George. Get us another Birthers on Benghazi story. Your constant squirming is getting old. Say something dumb, get blown up for it, squirm away from it, then... uh... rinse, repeat.
And the devil President Blackenstein can't take your brilliant advice and pretend like nothing is happening with Russia. That was Bush's plan. And here all this time I thought you and my bag of hammers were brighter than him. Woops.
Yeah I would try and change the subject if I was you also. Problem is we all saw once again what a dishonest person you are and now later when you deny it, I again have the PROOF, something you always conveniently lack.
liar George

United States

#47952 Apr 26, 2014
George wrote:
<quoted text>Yeah I would try and change the subject if I was you also. Problem is we all saw once again what a dishonest person you are and now later when you deny it, I again have the PROOF, something you always conveniently lack.
who saw? George you are really ate up with it.I would have to say I have never seen such a liar And delusional person in my life.
George

Charleston, WV

#47953 Apr 26, 2014
fitness-guru wrote:
i put fracking causes earthquakes right up there with global warming causes avalanches. were doomed !
I probably would have agreed with you until I experienced and earthquake here in WV. Craziest thing ever. And after it happened I wsa researching it a little and seems all over the world in places that never had earthquakes in recorded history have had many of them since they started fracking.

“Comfort the afflicted”

Since: May 13

Afflict the comfortable

#47954 Apr 26, 2014
George wrote:
<quoted text>I probably would have agreed with you until I experienced and earthquake here in WV. Craziest thing ever. And after it happened I wsa researching it a little and seems all over the world in places that never had earthquakes in recorded history have had many of them since they started fracking.
West Virginia has always experienced earthquakes. Where are the places that "never had" Earthquakes?

I think you're talking about this one.

http://www.rsvlts.com/2012/08/23/one-year-ago...
Well Duh

Ashburn, VA

#47955 Apr 26, 2014
liar George wrote:
<quoted text> who saw? George you are really ate up with it.I would have to say I have never seen such a liar And delusional person in my life.
Well that is your opinion on George. But Bacon is also in that mold for which you have George in, if not more. The debate on global warming is something I stay out of. It is like the religious debates. Do not know who is right and both sides have their proof and adament about their position.
George

Charleston, WV

#47956 Apr 26, 2014
liar George wrote:
<quoted text> who saw? George you are really ate up with it.I would have to say I have never seen such a liar And delusional person in my life.
YOu can play dumb all you want(well, maybe not play) but it is all right there in black and white for all to see. And yes I dont think I have seen such a delusional pathological liar in my life either.
George

Charleston, WV

#47957 Apr 26, 2014
Well Duh wrote:
<quoted text> Well that is your opinion on George. But Bacon is also in that mold for which you have George in, if not more.
If not more? LOL Are you saying that I am a liar? I have never been shown to have lied on here, EVER. Not once. That is because since I do not lie, it would be impossible. You can never win a debate on lies and it kills all your future credibility, but some people are slow learners and their mental illness make them unable to control their habitual lying.

“Comfort the afflicted”

Since: May 13

Afflict the comfortable

#47958 Apr 26, 2014
Well Duh wrote:
<quoted text> Well that is your opinion on George. But Bacon is also in that mold for which you have George in, if not more. The debate on global warming is something I stay out of. It is like the religious debates. Do not know who is right and both sides have their proof and adament about their position.
There is no proof in science. Proof is in mathematics. Global warming (also known as climate change to everyone in the world but George) has evidence to support it it. The science deniers just won't look at it because either their paychecks depend upon not acknowledging it (Judith Curry) or they're dumb (George). And there has never been a shred of evidence in the history of the world to support the supernatural beliefs of religion. Never. Nothing. Ever.

“Comfort the afflicted”

Since: May 13

Afflict the comfortable

#47959 Apr 26, 2014
George wrote:
<quoted text>If not more? LOL Are you saying that I am a liar? I have never been shown to have lied on here, EVER. Not once. That is because since I do not lie, it would be impossible. You can never win a debate on lies and it kills all your future credibility, but some people are slow learners and their mental illness make them unable to control their habitual lying.
Ain't that sum bullshyitt. Funniest thing I have ever read on Topix.
Well Duh

Ashburn, VA

#47960 Apr 26, 2014
George.......never said that you lie. I said that was his opinion. Plus if he was calling you one then he should also see Bacon the same. My, you are being sensative. It has effected your reading. You and Bacon have your conflicting articles on global warming and both are passionate within both stances. Obama is a different story due to the facts and evidence he has provided and Bacon defends him.
liar George

United States

#47961 Apr 26, 2014
George wrote:
<quoted text>If not more? LOL Are you saying that I am a liar? I have never been shown to have lied on here, EVER. Not once. That is because since I do not lie, it would be impossible. You can never win a debate on lies and it kills all your future credibility, but some people are slow learners and their mental illness make them unable to control their habitual lying.
we know George that is why we continue to tell you to take your medications!!!
George

Charleston, WV

#47962 Apr 26, 2014
Well Duh wrote:
George.......never said that you lie. I said that was his opinion. Plus if he was calling you one then he should also see Bacon the same. My, you are being sensative. It has effected your reading. You and Bacon have your conflicting articles on global warming and both are passionate within both stances. Obama is a different story due to the facts and evidence he has provided and Bacon defends him.
No worries, I was just asking. I also added LOL to show I wasnt upset, just curious. Global warming and talk of religion are just attempted distractions to keep the focus off the continued failures of our dear leader. We need to keep the focus on him if we stand a chance of correcting his mistakes in the future.
George

Charleston, WV

#47963 Apr 26, 2014
Speaking of Obamas blunders, now he is arming terrorists in Syria with shoulder fired missiles capable of downing a plane and anti-tank rockets. What could possibly go wrong? I guess it will be all Bushs fault when these terrorist use these US supplied weapons to kill our own troops or down a passenger plane.

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After years of grinding civil war, the Syrian battlefield has seen a wide array of weapons employed by the rebel factions fighting Assad. From antiquated World War II rifles to homemade mortars, the rebels have used everything at their disposal, but recently the appearance of American anti-tank weapons in the northern town of Heesh has many wondering if the United States is finally about to supply the rebels with the heavy weapons, including shoulder fired MANPADs, needed to counter Assadís mechanized and airborne forces.

“Comfort the afflicted”

Since: May 13

Afflict the comfortable

#47964 Apr 26, 2014
George wrote:
<quoted text>No worries, I was just asking. I also added LOL to show I wasnt upset, just curious. Global warming and talk of religion are just attempted distractions to keep the focus off the continued failures of our dear leader. We need to keep the focus on him if we stand a chance of correcting his mistakes in the future.
We won't get a chance to correct his mistakes. The drug war will never end and he already pardoned the war criminals.

“Comfort the afflicted”

Since: May 13

Afflict the comfortable

#47965 Apr 26, 2014
Hey George, serious question. I know you may hate it, but it is a fact that coal is a declining contributor to US energy production. Between the mountaintop removal that destroys mountains forever and buries the forests in the adjacent valleys and the intense volume of toxins created - arsenic and mercury are amazingly high - it is on its way out. I'm not even talking about it being the world's largest-ever known contributor of water and air pollution or the $90 billion in healthcare cost increases, just the catastrophes that it creates while being mined. Do you think that natural gas is a smart "bridge fuel" or stopgap to use while we phase out coal over the next 50 years? I think you know I am a quasi-environmentalist and think any fossil fuel use is just the perpetuation of failure and ignorance, so you should consider this an honest question. Should we be developing our gas resources as much as we are? If not, what should be using to fill in the void that will be left by ending coal use?

“Comfort the afflicted”

Since: May 13

Afflict the comfortable

#47966 Apr 26, 2014
George wrote:
Speaking of Obamas blunders, now he is arming terrorists in Syria with shoulder fired missiles capable of downing a plane and anti-tank rockets. What could possibly go wrong? I guess it will be all Bushs fault when these terrorist use these US supplied weapons to kill our own troops or down a passenger plane.
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After years of grinding civil war, the Syrian battlefield has seen a wide array of weapons employed by the rebel factions fighting Assad. From antiquated World War II rifles to homemade mortars, the rebels have used everything at their disposal, but recently the appearance of American anti-tank weapons in the northern town of Heesh has many wondering if the United States is finally about to supply the rebels with the heavy weapons, including shoulder fired MANPADs, needed to counter Assadís mechanized and airborne forces.
Hahaha. Hilarious. So this isn't George's work, but I don't think he expects anyone to believe he can write with such coherency. Not total plagiarism, but far from ethical use of someone's copyrighted material. It comes from the Daily Beast, in case anyone wanted to read the whole story instead of George's edited version.

http://www.thedailybeast.com/articles/2014/04...

George, you love to present other peoples' criticisms of Obama's foreign policy. But you never say what he SHOULD be doing. You're like a tea bagger on the ACA. You cry about hating it, then when asked what we should do to make it better, you say you hate it again. This isn't how adults operate. You want war with Syria, or do you? You want war with Iran, or do you? You want us to pretend Russia isn't doing anything wrong - that you've been clear about. These aren't foreign policy opinions. They're children's quotes about the recess bully.
George

Ashford, WV

#47967 Apr 26, 2014
bacon hater wrote:
Hey George, serious question. I know you may hate it, but it is a fact that coal is a declining contributor to US energy production. Between the mountaintop removal that destroys mountains forever and buries the forests in the adjacent valleys and the intense volume of toxins created - arsenic and mercury are amazingly high - it is on its way out. I'm not even talking about it being the world's largest-ever known contributor of water and air pollution or the $90 billion in healthcare cost increases, just the catastrophes that it creates while being mined. Do you think that natural gas is a smart "bridge fuel" or stopgap to use while we phase out coal over the next 50 years? I think you know I am a quasi-environmentalist and think any fossil fuel use is just the perpetuation of failure and ignorance, so you should consider this an honest question. Should we be developing our gas resources as much as we are? If not, what should be using to fill in the void that will be left by ending coal use?
Yes we should be developing our gas resources as much as possible. Coal is on the way out, but we dont really have an alternative yet. We both want the same thing in the end, clean, cheap, plentiful energy, but I dont think people like you are realistic about the realities of being dependent on fossil fuels until that alternative is created. Coal must remain because right now we NEED it to meet our needs. If we could produce the energy we needed from unicorn farts, I would support the ending of coal at a rapid pace. The more energy we can produce on our own is less we need to purchase from terrorist camel herders who hate us. Our dependence on foreign oil has provided the very financial resources our enemies needed. Much of the oil we and other nations buy funds the very terrorists we seek to destroy.
liar George

United States

#47968 Apr 26, 2014
(tune of jeopardy playing )
George

Ashford, WV

#47969 Apr 26, 2014
bacon hater wrote:
<quoted text>
Hahaha. Hilarious. So this isn't George's work, but I don't think he expects anyone to believe he can write with such coherency. Not total plagiarism, but far from ethical use of someone's copyrighted material. It comes from the Daily Beast, in case anyone wanted to read the whole story instead of George's edited version.
http://www.thedailybeast.com/articles/2014/04...
George, you love to present other peoples' criticisms of Obama's foreign policy. But you never say what he SHOULD be doing. You're like a tea bagger on the ACA. You cry about hating it, then when asked what we should do to make it better, you say you hate it again. This isn't how adults operate. You want war with Syria, or do you? You want war with Iran, or do you? You want us to pretend Russia isn't doing anything wrong - that you've been clear about. These aren't foreign policy opinions. They're children's quotes about the recess bully.
Even though you were shown to be attempting to deceive and wrong you will still argue til your last breath. Just like John, no rational person would think that was his or my own words, which is needed to be labeled for "plagiarism". A posting of a news story to provide the evidence you demanded, as John did, is not plagiarism. It is just another one of your games to distract and manipulate the conversation away from what you dont want.

And as far as Obama goes.What he should do is obvious and I think my point was clear. We should not be arming terrorists. DUH. The reason you are throwing a fit over imaginary "plagiarism" is because you want to attack the sources as a distraction from what the issue and/or article is about. You cant dispute the issues so you attack the source, just like here.
George

Ashford, WV

#47970 Apr 26, 2014
liar George wrote:
(tune of jeopardy playing )
So desperate for attention and wanting to participate in the adult conversations but incapable of the maturity and intellect it requires.

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