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non-starter

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#87
Feb 22, 2013
 

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Good one, slewche.

Goes with your logic and limited mathematical skills.

Love your flawed logic slewche.

In the slewche's world,A = B and C = D, so A = D. Great logic on your part again slewche, but par for your aptitude.
Bushwhacker

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As you wrote-

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Feb 24, 2013
 

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non-starter wrote:
Good one, slewche.
Goes with your logic and limited mathematical skills.
Love your flawed logic slewche.
In the slewche's world,A = B and C = D, so A = D. Great logic on your part again slewche, but par for your aptitude.
I guess, the moral of your story is bYtches don't bet, they/you blather....
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#92
Feb 24, 2013
 
Bushwhacker wrote:
<quoted text>These are the poor districts suffering... Of course, you don't care. You hate poor kids... You're a wing nut hypocrite.
Which districts are suffering? What is the school district budget in those "suffering" districts? What is the spend per student in those districts? What is the academic testing vs. those districts that aren't "poor"? Oh, that's right, you don't argue based on any data or rational thought processes, you just toe the union line. Good for you, lackey.
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#93
Feb 24, 2013
 
Bushwhacked wrote:
<quoted text>I guess, the moral of your story is bYtches don't bet, they/you blather....
Good one, slewche.

Goes with your logic and limited mathematical skills.

Love your flawed logic slewche.

In the slewche's world,A = B and C = D, so A = D. Great logic on your part again slewche, but par for your aptitude.
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#94
Feb 24, 2013
 
non-starter wrote:
<quoted text>Which districts are suffering? What is the school district budget in those "suffering" districts? What is the spend per student in those districts? What is the academic testing vs. those districts that aren't "poor"? Oh, that's right, you don't argue based on any data or rational thought processes, you just toe the union line. Good for you, lackey.
The districts where the parents are involved, dummy ! Funny, you're a meddling, cheap, dumb moron, who missed THE OBVIOUS !! LMAOROTFU~! "Man", if they paid a dollar for YOUR every dumb comment, you'd be richer, THAN ME ~!!!
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#95
Feb 25, 2013
 
Bushwhacked wrote:
<quoted text>The districts where the parents are involved, dummy ! Funny, you're a meddling, cheap, dumb moron, who missed THE OBVIOUS !! LMAOROTFU~! "Man", if they paid a dollar for YOUR every dumb comment, you'd be richer, THAN ME ~!!!
What districts that the parents are involved from? Can you name the districts? Thought not. I get your slewche logic though, because the parents brought suit in conjunction with the union, they must be from disadvantaged districts. More slewchebag logic, A = B and C = D, so A = D. Good one, slewche.
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#96
Feb 25, 2013
 
Nice Alinsky attempt, but it was in YOUR POST, putz !!

If you don't believe your own post, why did you start the thread, deadhead !!

"New York's largest teachers union and several parents sued Wednesday to overturn the state's property tax cap as unconstitutional, contending it widens the gap between rich and poor districts and interferes with local control of schools."
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#97
Feb 25, 2013
 
New York's largest teachers union and several parents sued Wednesday to overturn the state's property tax cap as unconstitutional, contending it widens the gap between rich and poor districts and interferes with local control of schools."

That is the "basis" for their lawsuit, not a "fact". Try to keep up here slowlife.
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#99
Feb 25, 2013
 
If you knew they have a basis, why did you ask ....STUPID ???? "Man" is uncle TOM visiting ???
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#100
Feb 25, 2013
 
You asked a different question, but it's nice you realize they have a lawsuit which has merit. Say hello to your Uncle TOM....
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#101
Feb 25, 2013
 
non-starter wrote:
New York's largest teachers union and several parents sued Wednesday to overturn the state's property tax cap as unconstitutional, contending it widens the gap between rich and poor districts and interferes with local control of schools."
That is the "basis" for their lawsuit, not a "fact". Try to keep up here slowlife.
The FACTS are determined by the trial or hearing, please continue to be a total moron, it suits you.
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#102
Feb 25, 2013
 
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You asked a different question, but it's nice you realize they have a lawsuit which has merit. Say hello to your Uncle TOM....
Merit? That is for the judge to decide slowlife, but nice attempt to bend the reality to your fantasy world. You should really work harder on your reading comprehension, your ability wouldn't pass the fourth grade reading test, you would hold your school back.

Try this, it won't help your reading comprehension all at once, but someone with the limited understanding you have has to start somewhere.

First, review your mistakes.

Amused Slew wrote:
Is their a Aircraft plant in Mn, I don't know about ??? LMAOROTFU~! As for "junk", are you a resident of MN ?
Stupid....Maxamillion DA MORON wrote:
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"Boeing will never fly the 787..."
"All this rework may take 2+ years."
"NOT a quick fix by any means."

Then practice the correct usage.
You might want to try "there" next time.

Better English Lessons

They're/their/there
Click on the buttons until you find the correct answer

http://www.better-english.com/easier/theyre.h ...

Work on these and get back to me. Usually, before a word that begins with a vowel, we use "an" instead of "a", but that is a lesson for after you master there/their/they're.

As for an airline company in Minnesota, your question was presented as a rhetorical one. I can get you a definition of rhetorical as well, mr low integrity poster.

Let me know when you master this lesson so we can move on to others.
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#103
Feb 25, 2013
 
By your "logic", I'll take the month bet, from the day I said it would take a month....

"The battery rework will take a month or less."

My month started 2/25/13 are you accepting the 50k wager, NOW ???

COME ON TRASH MOUTH !!! LMAOROTFU~!

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