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Israeli troops begin Gaza pullout as Hamas declares cease-fire

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Israeli troops began withdrawing from the Gaza Strip on Sunday after Hamas declared a cease-fire, setting the stage for intensified international efforts to arrange a durable truce after a 22-day war against ...

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#68921 Apr 2, 2013
TRD wrote:
<quoted text>Huh?
I can't butcher that one! LOLOLOLOL

TRD

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#68922 Apr 3, 2013
Cheftell wrote:
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I can't butcher that one! LOLOLOLOL
Can't or won't?:)

Yumpin Yimminy

“Yee vizz”

Since: Dec 12

Central Connecticut

#68923 Apr 3, 2013
Anybody have any cheese? LOL

Yumpin Yimminy

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Since: Dec 12

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#68924 Apr 3, 2013
TRD wrote:
<quoted text>Can't or won't?:)
Remember in grammar school when the teacher left the room and the class erupted into mass spitball wars and flying books? When the teacher came back, there was always an volunteer eraser clapper who raised their hand to report those unruly classmates? Don't you miss those days? It was never a male because those after school walk-a- abouts were never any fun.

TRD

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#68925 Apr 3, 2013
Yumpin Yimminy wrote:
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Remember in grammar school when the teacher left the room and the class erupted into mass spitball wars and flying books? When the teacher came back, there was always an volunteer eraser clapper who raised their hand to report those unruly classmates? Don't you miss those days? It was never a male because those after school walk-a- abouts were never any fun.
It's a dirty job but somebody has to do it.

I had a grade school teacher once that had me completely wrapped around her finger. They shouldn't let women that hot teach adolescent boys. By way of confession, I went on to work on the vice-principal's goon squad in high school. We'd patrol the halls and parking lots and broke up fights, rapes, robberies...the fun stuff. He recruited us off the football team, mostly linemen so you'd have to have been suicidal to resist.

Good times.(sigh)

Yumpin Yimminy

“Yee vizz”

Since: Dec 12

Central Connecticut

#68926 Apr 3, 2013
TRD wrote:
<quoted text>It's a dirty job but somebody has to do it.
I had a grade school teacher once that had me completely wrapped around her finger. They shouldn't let women that hot teach adolescent boys. By way of confession, I went on to work on the vice-principal's goon squad in high school. We'd patrol the halls and parking lots and broke up fights, rapes, robberies...the fun stuff. He recruited us off the football team, mostly linemen so you'd have to have been suicidal to resist.
Good times.(sigh)
Oh yes, adolescent school wood. Good times.

Hey, are you following this? Morsi's people? The second clip is hilarious.

http://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/worldview...

Stewart gives Morsi the full "Daily Show" treatment, first by pointing out the hypocrisy of the charges; Morsi himself has insulted religion, calling for “hatred toward those Zionists and Jews.” He then looks directly into the camera to lecture the Egyptian president.

“So Bassem Youssef pokes fun at your hat and your lack of promised democratic reforms,” Stewart says.“What are you worried about? You’re the president of Egypt, you have an army. He has puns and a show, you have tanks and planes — we should know, we still have the receipts. Look, silencing a comedian doesn’t qualify you to be president of Egypt, just president of NBC.” He adds,“When you are actually powerful, you don’t need to be petty.”

Yumpin Yimminy

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#68927 Apr 3, 2013
http://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/in-the-lo...

>That provocative tweet clearly didn’t sit well with Morsi. His official account tweeted back:“It’s inappropriate for a diplomatic mission to engage in such negative political propaganda”.
The U.S. embassy appears to have responded to Morsi’s message by temporarily shutting down its Twitter account. Foreign Policy says that the State Department urged the embassy to put it back online for fear of having it “appear as if the U.S. is caving to the online pressure.”

And when the embassy account did re-emerge a little while later, the recent offending tweets had been removed.

Morsi, too, appeared to have deleted the tweet questioning the embassy’s original tweet.
Got it?<

See? Even the great ones get their "offending" posts deleted> Mommy! Bwaaaaaaaaaaaaa Ha Ha Ha

TRD

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#68928 Apr 3, 2013
Yumpin Yimminy wrote:
<quoted text>
Oh yes, adolescent school wood. Good times.
Hey, are you following this? Morsi's people? The second clip is hilarious.
http://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/worldview...
Stewart gives Morsi the full "Daily Show" treatment, first by pointing out the hypocrisy of the charges; Morsi himself has insulted religion, calling for “hatred toward those Zionists and Jews.” He then looks directly into the camera to lecture the Egyptian president.
“So Bassem Youssef pokes fun at your hat and your lack of promised democratic reforms,” Stewart says.“What are you worried about? You’re the president of Egypt, you have an army. He has puns and a show, you have tanks and planes — we should know, we still have the receipts. Look, silencing a comedian doesn’t qualify you to be president of Egypt, just president of NBC.” He adds,“When you are actually powerful, you don’t need to be petty.”
I watched it Monday night at 11 pm...the Daily Show is where I get all my news. I also watched the night Bassem Youssef appeared on the show, he's got a great sense of humor for a doctor.

I don't envy the countries that are going through this upheaval, they had to get awfully bad to get the people fired-up enough to fight wars over their situations. Morsi was supposed to be the guy that brought Egypt back to traditional values but it turns out the first thing he did as a successful candidate was do all he could to consolidate his power...just like his predecessor did. I guess that's a tradition in Egypt now, oldest play in the Arab book and they fell for it again (and again).

Yumpin Yimminy

“Yee vizz”

Since: Dec 12

Central Connecticut

#68929 Apr 3, 2013
TRD wrote:
<quoted text>I watched it Monday night at 11 pm...the Daily Show is where I get all my news. I also watched the night Bassem Youssef appeared on the show, he's got a great sense of humor for a doctor.
I don't envy the countries that are going through this upheaval, they had to get awfully bad to get the people fired-up enough to fight wars over their situations. Morsi was supposed to be the guy that brought Egypt back to traditional values but it turns out the first thing he did as a successful candidate was do all he could to consolidate his power...just like his predecessor did. I guess that's a tradition in Egypt now, oldest play in the Arab book and they fell for it again (and again).
The scary part is that to consolidate power, all you have to do is cater to the Jew haters, which are all of them. Like that fat N. Korean dictator, they might just make a mistake and over-estimate their military capabilities. Looks like a reduced fat version of 1967 all over again.

TRD

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#68930 Apr 3, 2013
Yumpin Yimminy wrote:
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The scary part is that to consolidate power, all you have to do is cater to the Jew haters, which are all of them. Like that fat N. Korean dictator, they might just make a mistake and over-estimate their military capabilities. Looks like a reduced fat version of 1967 all over again.
I actually feel pretty good about all the dipwads in the news lately. No matter how bad my life may get, theirs will always suck worse. Guaranteed.(how bad did it have to get for Egypt to start letting Shiite Iranians in?)
Uzi

Herzliya, Israel

#68931 Apr 4, 2013
TRD wrote:
<quoted text>I actually feel pretty good about all the dipwads in the news lately. No matter how bad my life may get, theirs will always suck worse. Guaranteed.(how bad did it have to get for Egypt to start letting Shiite Iranians in?)
How bad??? In a 67 documentary there were 30 million muslims in Egypt, not enough food education etc etc....now jump to 2013 and now we have 70 million muslims, still the not enough anything etc etc, UN predicts that in another 20 years there will be 110 million. 40% still can not read or write, islam is great .....for the retarded of the world. Looks like that the best idea would be instead of chopping the clits off young girls they should chop off the boys dicks for 20-30 years. Assholes. Obama get your $$$$ ready, you gonna need a lot of $$$ to keep them Muslim Bros in power or in another word, the US is getting another 70-80 million people on welfare. Grey the hitler jr must be happy. We all know islam is great......

TRD

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#68932 Apr 4, 2013
Uzi wrote:
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How bad??? In a 67 documentary there were 30 million muslims in Egypt, not enough food education etc etc....now jump to 2013 and now we have 70 million muslims, still the not enough anything etc etc, UN predicts that in another 20 years there will be 110 million. 40% still can not read or write, islam is great .....for the retarded of the world. Looks like that the best idea would be instead of chopping the clits off young girls they should chop off the boys dicks for 20-30 years. Assholes. Obama get your $$$$ ready, you gonna need a lot of $$$ to keep them Muslim Bros in power or in another word, the US is getting another 70-80 million people on welfare. Grey the hitler jr must be happy. We all know islam is great......
You mean waiting until they are 13 before circumcising them isn't gruesome enough? They have to have a total smecklectomy? Ana's right, you're just mean ;)

Yumpin Yimminy

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Since: Dec 12

Central Connecticut

#68933 Apr 4, 2013
TRD wrote:
<quoted text>You mean waiting until they are 13 before circumcising them isn't gruesome enough? They have to have a total smecklectomy? Ana's right, you're just mean ;)
At 22 yrs old it wasn't brutal, at all. It was, in fact, an erotic healing process. There was a can of spray that stifled the morning woody and after two cans, you're good to go. Morning muster without those tighty whiteys was challenging when that strange heat meets heat occurs. People look ay you funny moon walking backwards to the Line Shack. Yuk Yuk

TRD

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#68935 Apr 4, 2013
Yumpin Yimminy wrote:
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At 22 yrs old it wasn't brutal, at all. It was, in fact, an erotic healing process. There was a can of spray that stifled the morning woody and after two cans, you're good to go. Morning muster without those tighty whiteys was challenging when that strange heat meets heat occurs. People look ay you funny moon walking backwards to the Line Shack. Yuk Yuk
Was there a local anesthetic involved? In the Muslim versions I've seen it's pretty much you, an old bearded guy and a knife that resembles an old straight razor. There's one video that shows a mass circumcision where the boys stand in line waiting their turn. How'd you like to watch the one before yours? I'd post the youtube link but I wouldn't want to violate anyone's delicate sensibilities.

Yumpin Yimminy

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Since: Dec 12

Central Connecticut

#68936 Apr 4, 2013
TRD wrote:
<quoted text>Was there a local anesthetic involved? In the Muslim versions I've seen it's pretty much you, an old bearded guy and a knife that resembles an old straight razor. There's one video that shows a mass circumcision where the boys stand in line waiting their turn. How'd you like to watch the one before yours? I'd post the youtube link but I wouldn't want to violate anyone's delicate sensibilities.
Yup. North south east and west behind the hidden helmet. 32 dis solvable circumference stitches. What a joyous occasion. A beautiful blue eyed female surgeon chastised me for requesting an additional 6" as part of the procedure. Through her surgical mask, she said "Watch it Sailor". I was thrilled.

Yumpin Yimminy

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Since: Dec 12

Central Connecticut

#68937 Apr 4, 2013
TRD wrote:
<quoted text>Was there a local anesthetic involved? In the Muslim versions I've seen it's pretty much you, an old bearded guy and a knife that resembles an old straight razor. There's one video that shows a mass circumcision where the boys stand in line waiting their turn. How'd you like to watch the one before yours? I'd post the youtube link but I wouldn't want to violate anyone's delicate sensibilities.
Okay, back to that fat 29 yr old N. Korean Eric Cartman. Think he's gonna do it? Or is the media going gaga over his new rhetoric? What if? I'm just saying. Is China gonna sit by while we devastate this neighbor vermin? Do we finally get to call China's bluff, too? Do we stick our finger up Putin's asz? Is all this a prelude to dealing with Iran. So many questions. So little time. Do you think they got their balls because of the current administration? Or, was it just time to do some serious asz kicking? No restraints. I mean, can we do it with all this defense cutting?

TRD

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#68938 Apr 4, 2013
Yumpin Yimminy wrote:
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Yup. North south east and west behind the hidden helmet. 32 dis solvable circumference stitches. What a joyous occasion. A beautiful blue eyed female surgeon chastised me for requesting an additional 6" as part of the procedure. Through her surgical mask, she said "Watch it Sailor". I was thrilled.
I'm glad you enjoyed it. Many people might think it's strange but they don't know you like I do.

I don't have any problem with the male genital mutilation part but I think doing it as a newborn has it's obvious benefits. I don't have any recollection of my brit but I distinctly remember my Bar Mitzvah at thirteen. Considering how much Mogen David concord grape I consumed that's really saying something.

TRD

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#68939 Apr 4, 2013
Yumpin Yimminy wrote:
<quoted text>
Okay, back to that fat 29 yr old N. Korean Eric Cartman. Think he's gonna do it? Or is the media going gaga over his new rhetoric? What if? I'm just saying. Is China gonna sit by while we devastate this neighbor vermin? Do we finally get to call China's bluff, too? Do we stick our finger up Putin's asz? Is all this a prelude to dealing with Iran. So many questions. So little time. Do you think they got their balls because of the current administration? Or, was it just time to do some serious asz kicking? No restraints. I mean, can we do it with all this defense cutting?
No.

(no, he won't do it...WE can still do anything we want)

His bluffoonery is intended for internal consumption in the land of one TV channel. He had to show his peeps what a pimp he is to come out of the old man's shadow. Mission accomplished, they see him as having stood up to the US. What they didn't see and will never know about are the B-2 flybys or the visiting F-22 wing or the subs and their radioactive gifts. We wasted our time with them.

Yumpin Yimminy

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Since: Dec 12

Central Connecticut

#68940 Apr 4, 2013
TRD wrote:
<quoted text>No.
(no, he won't do it...WE can still do anything we want)
His bluffoonery is intended for internal consumption in the land of one TV channel. He had to show his peeps what a pimp he is to come out of the old man's shadow. Mission accomplished, they see him as having stood up to the US. What they didn't see and will never know about are the B-2 flybys or the visiting F-22 wing or the subs and their radioactive gifts. We wasted our time with them.
I hope you're right. But, you'll be out to sea. Guam won't be ready for 2-3 weeks.

TRD

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#68941 Apr 4, 2013
Yumpin Yimminy wrote:
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I hope you're right. But, you'll be out to sea. Guam won't be ready for 2-3 weeks.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v =ie5-LrulBGkXX
I'm not sure I'm right but I know you're wrong. Guam is going to be the icing. There already is a THAAD battery in Hawaii and the Navy already has Aegis assets in place off the Korean coast. That's not counting what we have in Japan let alone what Japan themselves bring to the party.

Kim most likely won't do it but if he does shoot first it will be one of the last things he ever does.

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