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State of Florida

Charlotte, NC

#48 Aug 4, 2013
waco1909 wrote:
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Gramatically incorrect old boy.
(that I am not) anything else? Of all the bloched language you find on Topix, you pick out this one minor flaw?
State of Florida

Charlotte, NC

#49 Aug 4, 2013
Boo wrote:
<quoted text>Don't like children that much and who ask you?
Oh, I'm sorry. Does one have to ask permission on Topix? I should have paid better attention to the rules.

Get him, Waco. It is.... Who ASKED (past tense) you? Isn't he grammatically incorrect in this post?
Boo

Lenoir, NC

#50 Aug 4, 2013
State of Florida wrote:
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Oh, I'm sorry. Does one have to ask permission on Topix? I should have paid better attention to the rules.
Get him, Waco. It is.... Who ASKED (past tense) you? Isn't he grammatically incorrect in this post?
Don't care, wasn't talking to him or you. My dialogue was directed to someone else. If you have an ax to grind with "Waco" chat it up with him. Your two cents you can keep.
TSF

Fayetteville, NC

#51 Aug 4, 2013
Right. I want to end ALL social programs, starting with welfare to the rich. I am tired of them mooching off us taxpayers. I do not believe ALL republikans are stupid, just the working republikans who vote consistently against their own interests, education being the main one. There are reasons rich republikans want the working ones to remain ignorant. It is a proven fact that a child's interpersonal relationship with the teacher is a major factor in learning. That is why it is counterproductive to load teachers up with 30 to 40 students per class. The teacher hardly has time to learn their names, much less establish any kind of rapport with individual students. Other than the observation that working class republikans hate public education, the rational for that hate completely escapes me. The only explanation I can imagine is that generally, republikans are ignorant mental midgets..
There is nothing wrong with being motivated to make money. Money is what it takes to be comfortable in today's world. Otherwise you have to eat snowballs , berries and sleep on a rock.
Not fun.
waco1909 wrote:
<quoted text>Half right, I believe that a teacher has to motivate a student. It's hard work for everyone, I had a 7th grade teacher that to this day I think of her. Plainly, she made learning fun. I looked forward to going to her class, on the other hand, I had a teacher that I knew, could care less if I was breathing air. The US gov. has made it easier to get something for nothing. It's the new model. You say Republicans are money driven, can't be stupid and make money. Finance, law, medical, even politics requires a little smarts. Social programs promote "getting something for nothing".
State of Florida

Charlotte, NC

#52 Aug 4, 2013
Boo wrote:
<quoted text>Don't care, wasn't talking to him or you. My dialogue was directed to someone else. If you have an ax to grind with "Waco" chat it up with him. Your two cents you can keep.
I have no ax to grind with you, but it was my post that you highlighted for reply. That is why I thought you were talking to me. How could I know it was someone else? No big deal.
Boo

Lenoir, NC

#53 Aug 5, 2013
State of Florida wrote:
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I have no ax to grind with you, but it was my post that you highlighted for reply. That is why I thought you were talking to me. How could I know it was someone else? No big deal.
You are nuts, I am not Waco there pal. Think what you may, but you are wrong.
waco1909

Lenoir, NC

#54 Aug 5, 2013
State of Florida wrote:
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(that I am not) anything else? Of all the bloched language you find on Topix, you pick out this one minor flaw?
Did you mean"botched"? I find it reprehensible when people can`t properly express themselves.Currently I am on a computer,a computer several different people here at work use.I will next respond to you on my private computer,which will exhibit my avatar.
State of Florida

Huntersville, NC

#55 Aug 5, 2013
waco1909 wrote:
<quoted text>Did you mean"botched"? I find it reprehensible when people can`t properly express themselves.Currently I am on a computer,a computer several different people here at work use.I will next respond to you on my private computer,which will exhibit my avatar.
Now we are even. I find your self superiority to be reprehensible, particularly your need to correct me when others have made similar mistakes that you make no note of. You are only pissed off due to our disagreements on the Zimmerman case. You can't let it go. Your sense of unfairness and self superiority are notable character flaws that I am sure has led to failure in your personal life. I am basing this on others that I have known that act in your manner. If you do not currently receive therapy, now would be a good time to begin. Now, if it's over, it's over. Make a final jab and let's move on. I don't want to waste my time going back and forth with you. I do have a life.
State of Florida

Huntersville, NC

#56 Aug 5, 2013
Boo wrote:
<quoted text>You are nuts, I am not Waco there pal. Think what you may, but you are wrong.
Just move on with something substantial. It's over.

“Smarter Than You”

Since: May 12

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#57 Aug 5, 2013
Know what I mean?

Since: Sep 12

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#58 Aug 5, 2013
Isn't it great when people TELL you what you should do on a forum, especially when you disagree? Maybe, sometimes they should heed their own advice.

“Smarter Than You”

Since: May 12

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#59 Aug 5, 2013
State of Florida wrote:
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Now we are even. I find your self superiority to be reprehensible, particularly your need to correct me when others have made similar mistakes that you make no note of. You are only pissed off due to our disagreements on the Zimmerman case. You can't let it go. Your sense of unfairness and self superiority are notable character flaws that I am sure has led to failure in your personal life. I am basing this on others that I have known that act in your manner. If you do not currently receive therapy, now would be a good time to begin. Now, if it's over, it's over. Make a final jab and let's move on. I don't want to waste my time going back and forth with you. I do have a life.
Actually I like correcting someone who thinks he (or she) is smarter than everybody else.I will take your comments on my many"flaws"with a grain of salt.I'm doing very well with my personal life, thanks for your interest.

“Smarter Than You”

Since: May 12

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#60 Aug 5, 2013
State, since you're such a smart pseudo- intellectual democrat, I hold you to a higher standard when it comes to spelling, compared to others.
State of Florida

Huntersville, NC

#61 Aug 5, 2013
waco1909 wrote:
State, since you're such a smart pseudo- intellectual democrat, I hold you to a higher standard when it comes to spelling, compared to others.
You are right. Maintain that standard, Hank.
waco1909

Lenoir, NC

#62 Aug 5, 2013
State of Florida wrote:
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You are right. Maintain that standard, Hank.
I will,Allen.

“Smarter Than You”

Since: May 12

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#65 Aug 21, 2013
David523 wrote:
A rather strong relationship can be found among the Obama Administration, Egypt and the Muslim Brotherhood. Re-enforces the reason for the lack of support in Benghazi.
If you don’t understand the links and available influence then you’ll never understand the lack of support.
ISLAMIST INFILTRATION OF THE OBAMA ADMINISTRATION
http://www.discoverthenetworks.org/viewSubCat...
Gee, you think?
say what?

Lenoir, NC

#66 Aug 21, 2013
David523 wrote:
A rather strong relationship can be found among the Obama Administration, Egypt and the Muslim Brotherhood. Re-enforces the reason for the lack of support in Benghazi.
If you donÂ’t understand the links and available influence then youÂ’ll never understand the lack of support.

ISLAMIST INFILTRATION OF THE OBAMA ADMINISTRATION

http://www.discoverthenetworks.org/viewSubCat...
Egypt is a confusing issue on the surface, we want the dictator out. We and Al Qaida basically work together on this, which should be the first clue we have a problem. News elections put brotherhood in, we ignore it in name of democracy, now brotherhood is out and we cut off funding to Egypt . How hard is that to figure out.? Benghazi was coveted up not for that event but to cover the chain of events leading to it, mainly a weapons deal, the CIA screwed up. Pakistan now arrest their old prime minister after many years, Egypt's old leader is miraculously healed and being freed. Libya is bother hood controlled, Omar is dead even though he had not bothered us for years. Saudis and UAE turn against in support of Egypt, Iran, who the hell knows the true story and Syria is untouchable by the US because china and Russia say so or that county would have fallen. So where is this leading, the US is replacing or allowing replacement of the entire middle east and northern Asia to fall under Islamic law. Why? Who really knows, but these are not independent actions but rather one well oil machine. Of course oil is the answer but who is really pulling the strings? It a bigger event that just the US and what is the ultimate goal and outcome?
say what?

Lenoir, NC

#67 Aug 21, 2013
[QUOTE who="say what?"]<quoted text>Egypt is a confusing issue on the surface, we want the dictator out. We and Al Qaida basically work together on this, which should be the first clue we have a problem. News elections put brotherhood in, we ignore it in name of democracy, now brotherhood is out and we cut off funding to Egypt . How hard is that to figure out.? Benghazi was coveted up not for that event but to cover the chain of events leading to it, mainly a weapons deal, the CIA screwed up. Pakistan now arrest their old prime minister after many years, Egypt's old leader is miraculously healed and being freed. Libya is bother hood controlled, Omar is dead even though he had not bothered us for years. Saudis and UAE turn against in support of Egypt, Iran, who the hell knows the true story and Syria is untouchable by the US because china and Russia say so or that county would have fallen. So where is this leading, the US is replacing or allowing replacement of the entire middle east and northern Asia to fall under Islamic law. Why? Who really knows, but these are not independent actions but rather one well oil machine. Of course oil is the answer but who is really pulling the strings? It a bigger event that just the US and what is the ultimate goal and outcome?[/QUOTE]
Sorry for the typos, damn autocorrect. Lol.

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