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#62 Apr 21, 2013
-Clayton Bigsby wrote:
<quoted text>Everything I posted about you is the truth. You can't escape it by claiming victim status.
No, George, it is not.

And I am not about to engage with you on a debate on my personal feelings and beliefs, let alone a lot of personal details that you think you know.

Apparently you have good reason to stay hidden behind your computer screen.

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#63 Apr 21, 2013
But, of course...I forgot...
Your kind are incited to hatred by cartoons.

-Clayton Bigsby

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#64 Apr 21, 2013
Duke for Mayor wrote:
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Read it again then wonder boy. Mark-Paco understood it.
woof
The same way an owner understands his incontinent, blind, forgetful dog.

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#65 Apr 21, 2013
-Clayton Bigsby wrote:
<quoted text>Wait'll you get to know her as we have over the years. She came out a while back and declared that we deserved the attacks of 9/11.
Biggest lie George has ever told-- and that's saying some thing.
Anonymous

Bucyrus, OH

#66 Apr 21, 2013
FKA Reader wrote:
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Yes, the video released by the FBI does all of that.
Then some wise guy photoshopped that image into the crowd behind the 8 year old victim. Serves no purpose but to elicit an emotional response. Hardly the most noble of many actions seen this week--most far more helpful.
He was walking away from the bag which, coincidentally, is what law enforcement said happened.
Anonymous

Bucyrus, OH

#67 Apr 21, 2013
FKA Reader wrote:
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And you find the reality insufficient and go on to support dishonesty in the form of photoshopped images designed to incite hatred.
I don't call that the high road.
Speaking of the high road, what is your source for the photoshopping?

-Clayton Bigsby

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#68 Apr 21, 2013
FKA Reader wrote:
<quoted text>
No, George, it is not.
And I am not about to engage with you on a debate on my personal feelings and beliefs, let alone a lot of personal details that you think you know.
Apparently you have good reason to stay hidden behind your computer screen.
It's the truth and it's well known. Now what about your hasty retreat from Dick's because you and your daughter felt threatened?

-Clayton Bigsby

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#70 Apr 21, 2013
FKA Reader wrote:
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Biggest lie George has ever told-- and that's saying some thing.
Keep digging that hole, Reader. You said it and you ran away from the forum for months after everyone beat the crap out of you here.
YOU. SAID. IT.

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#71 Apr 21, 2013
Wait what wrote:
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I can't think of anyone who isn't reacting to this. Granted, too much disinformation always comes out in the beginning but it tore at everyone's heartstrings. Or I thought so, anyway.
SL says gun owners are happy. But I think she is just confused.

I agree--this has torn at everyone, even a number of folks related to the bombers.

I don't see any point in trying to portray others as heartless, or trying to divide the country into camps over whether their reactions are the right ones. To the extent that this might be regarded as a test, it is the people who ran to help the injured who should be lauded, and those who responded to FBI calls for information. I also credit those who did not rush to judgment when little was known, as well as those who will be sifted through the evidence of these young men's lives.

Beneath the violence is a war of ideas and identities that must be recognized before there can be any triumph.

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#72 Apr 21, 2013
FKA Reader wrote:
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SL says gun owners are happy. But I think she is just confused.
I agree--this has torn at everyone, even a number of folks related to the bombers.
I don't see any point in trying to portray others as heartless, or trying to divide the country into camps over whether their reactions are the right ones. To the extent that this might be regarded as a test, it is the people who ran to help the injured who should be lauded, and those who responded to FBI calls for information. I also credit those who did not rush to judgment when little was known, as well as those who will be sifted through the evidence of these young men's lives.
Beneath the violence is a war of ideas and identities that must be recognized before there can be any triumph.
Upon hearing of a bombing, every single sane, informed American assumed the perpetrator was a Muslim.

And every single sane, informed American was right.
As usual.

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#73 Apr 21, 2013
-tip- wrote:
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Good Lord, woman.
It's not a photo that incites hatred.
It's a bombing and loss of lives.
What was the point of creating it, then?

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#74 Apr 21, 2013
Anonymous wrote:
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Speaking of the high road, what is your source for the photoshopping?
George posted an unattributed photo with an inflammatory headline. This photo was not included in those released by the FBI, although the image of the bomber looks like it was lifted from the FBI video. As someone else pointed out the shadows around the bomber don't match the rest.

Over all, put it in the category of too good to be true.

Then ask yourself why someone would go to that kind of trouble?

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#75 Apr 21, 2013
FKA Reader wrote:
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What was the point of creating it, then?
Where is your evidence that it was "created"?

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#76 Apr 21, 2013
-Clayton Bigsby wrote:
<quoted text>It's the truth and it's well known. Now what about your hasty retreat from Dick's because you and your daughter felt threatened?
Again, George, you lie. Your method is to include some shards of truth and then recreate the story to meet your needs.

You having some kind of problem at home you need to compensate for?

You have been on a real tear this week.

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#77 Apr 21, 2013
FKA Reader wrote:
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George posted an unattributed photo with an inflammatory headline. This photo was not included in those released by the FBI, although the image of the bomber looks like it was lifted from the FBI video. As someone else pointed out the shadows around the bomber don't match the rest.
Over all, put it in the category of too good to be true.
Then ask yourself why someone would go to that kind of trouble?
In other words, you have exactly zero evidence.
And you will go to any length to discredit evidence against Muslim terrorists.

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#78 Apr 21, 2013
-Clayton Bigsby wrote:
<quoted text>Keep digging that hole, Reader. You said it and you ran away from the forum for months after everyone beat the crap out of you here.
YOU. SAID. IT.
George, it's really getting old and we've been through this way too many times.

You can't prove it because it didn't happen the way you want people to believe.

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#81 Apr 21, 2013
-tip- wrote:
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Upon hearing of a bombing, every single sane, informed American assumed the perpetrator was a Muslim.
And every single sane, informed American was right.
As usual.
My first thought was North Korea.

Rational law enforcers don't make assumptions-- they look for evidence.

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#82 Apr 21, 2013
FKA Reader wrote:
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Again, George, you lie. Your method is to include some shards of truth and then recreate the story to meet your needs.
You having some kind of problem at home you need to compensate for?
You have been on a real tear this week.
Reader, to say that the USA "may or may not have deserved 9/11" is the equivalent of one's claim to be agnostic.

One who claims to be agnostic is just an atheist without the balls to plainly admit it.
Your statement regarding 9/11 indicates you are an America-hater without the balls to plainly admit it.

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#84 Apr 21, 2013
FKA Reader wrote:
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My first thought was North Korea.
Rational law enforcers don't make assumptions-- they look for evidence.
North Korea? LOL. They're into missiles, not IEDs.
And LOL at "rational law enforcers"...experienced law enforcement personnel rely on their experience, which leads them to draw conclusions they then prove with evidence.

Unlike your Trayvon Martin fantasy.
Anonymous

Bucyrus, OH

#85 Apr 21, 2013
FKA Reader wrote:
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My first thought was North Korea.
Rational law enforcers don't make assumptions-- they look for evidence.
That doesn't even make sense. North Korea is getting ready to test a nuclear device which requires our forces being on alert. How the hell does that equate to what happened in Boston?

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