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To Pale scalloped potatoes are fries with nacho cheese sauce smothering them.

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Pale Rider wrote:
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I listen to music, but not the kind you listen too Tip. What does this have to do with George Zimmerman Case?
You can't hear music of any kind for all the drumstick-gnawing resounding in your ears.
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TonyD2 wrote:
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Makin' up shit to fit a narrative. You cannot provide one scintilla of evidence that he wasn't heading back to is truck.
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You can SAY that, but not PROVE it.
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Doesn't matter the actual extent of his injuries, only what Zimmerman thought the extent might have been.
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There were grass stains on the back of his clothes.
And no, "pure speculation" is you claiming that Zimmerman continued to follow Martin, something for which there is absolutely zero evidence.
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The people who really matter disagreed with you.
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Again, totally irrelevant.
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Why can't people like you refrain from making up shit when you have no proof? That was the prosecution's problem. They had to assume things to make their narrative work, and they could not prove the things they assumed.
I never said it could be proven. Also, the defence lawyers said many things there was not a smidgeon of proof. None zilch, nada. Those women, were never in a fight. They had no ezperience, no knowledge.

What would you do, if someone knocked you down? Then jumped on you. You weighed over 200 pounds, you were near say 29-32 years old, the very prime of life in maturity and strength, verses a boy still maturing. Would you lie on the ground? Or would the adrenalin kick in, if there was the slightest thought, you might die. I would guess 90 out 100 would get up and run, or teach the kid a lesson, one of those two things.

A person that knew enough about the law, and the laws of Florida. Knew enough of how the Policeman would react, would do what Zimmerman did. That percentage would be very low. It takes a person, that doesn't regard life very highly. One that doesn't have much religious training or beliefs.

A man that carries a gun, has to have a certain amount of being a pure coward, or a bully, most likely one of those two. Anyone that is told to call the Police as a watchman, and they carry a gun on their person, it doesn't matter if they had a permit to carry it in every state in America. Any group of citizens that hire someone that carries a deadly weapon, is asking for it. A call to the Police Department, is all that is necessay, nothing else, nothing, let the Police handle it, they are trained, not a neighborhood watchman. A watchman in this case that clearly got away with murder.
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TonyD2 wrote:
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Makin' up shit to fit a narrative. You cannot provide one scintilla of evidence that he wasn't heading back to is truck.
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You can SAY that, but not PROVE it.
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Doesn't matter the actual extent of his injuries, only what Zimmerman thought the extent might have been.
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There were grass stains on the back of his clothes.
And no, "pure speculation" is you claiming that Zimmerman continued to follow Martin, something for which there is absolutely zero evidence.
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The people who really matter disagreed with you.
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Again, totally irrelevant.
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Why can't people like you refrain from making up shit when you have no proof? That was the prosecution's problem. They had to assume things to make their narrative work, and they could not prove the things they assumed.
You cannot provide one scintilla of evidence that he wasn't heading back to is truck.

The real question, why was he out of his truck?

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Pale Rider wrote:
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The real question, why was he out of his truck?
Why are you on Topix?

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Pale Rider wrote:
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The real question, why was he out of his truck?
Let me put that another way: Why are you on COLUMBUS Topix?

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And, further, why the hell is she still babbling about Trayvon.
The rest of the world has moved on.
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TonyD2 wrote:
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Makin' up shit to fit a narrative. You cannot provide one scintilla of evidence that he wasn't heading back to is truck.
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You can SAY that, but not PROVE it.
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Doesn't matter the actual extent of his injuries, only what Zimmerman thought the extent might have been.
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There were grass stains on the back of his clothes.
And no, "pure speculation" is you claiming that Zimmerman continued to follow Martin, something for which there is absolutely zero evidence.
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The people who really matter disagreed with you.
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Again, totally irrelevant.
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Why can't people like you refrain from making up shit when you have no proof? That was the prosecution's problem. They had to assume things to make their narrative work, and they could not prove the things they assumed.
The people who really matter disagreed with you.

That is true on here. The majority didn't agree with me, that Obama would win reelection.

There are millions across America that were not happy with the jury verdict. The same with other trials, namely the O. J. Simpson verdict.

Most everyone agrees the prosecution team, and their parade of witnesses was horrible. After all of the time they had, there was no excuse for their poor effort.

The defence team were polished, and convincing. If you ever was on a jury, it seems one side tells the truth, the other lies. But in this case, there was only one side, and he didn't take the stand. Bottom line, he may be free, but he is a murderer.
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And, further, why the hell is she still babbling about Trayvon.
The rest of the world has moved on.
You are on here babbling aren't you?

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Pale Rider wrote:
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The people who really matter disagreed with you.
No, Fry Queen...the jury and the majority of the American people agree with us that Zimmerman was not guilty of anything. Get over it.

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Pale Rider wrote:
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You are on here babbling aren't you?
Absolutely not.
Babbling is your domain.

babble, v.

:to talk idly, irrationally, excessively, or foolishly
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The George Zimmerman Case has dominated Columbus Topix since Apr 6, 2013. It hasn't gone away, and most likely will still be a hot topic for a few more days.

However, if you look back, most of it is name calling BS, over and over, by the same people day after day.

There is one rat that followed me here from a Topix I was on in Kentucky. He followed me to Cincinnati Topix. All of which is OK. He is a prime example of being on for years, never once having a topic that received 10 replies. Over and over, he says the same thing. His name is Neutral Party. Of which not a one you know, neither do I. Except, you could put inside a thimble his brain, for all the good it does him.

The Butler #1 at the BOX OFFICE. Mr. Know it all, you got that one wrong. Jane Fonda still has it. She played a Republican.
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Diamond Eugene wrote:
<quoted text>No, Fry Queen...the jury and the majority of the American people agree with us that Zimmerman was not guilty of anything. Get over it.
A majority of the American people agree with you? Really?

http://www.cbsnews.com/8301-250_162-57595046/...

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Pale Rider wrote:
The George Zimmerman Case has dominated
The Butler #1 at the BOX OFFICE. Mr. Know it all, you got that one wrong. Jane Fonda still has it. She played a Republican.
Fiction always does well at the box office:

Did the Allens' son die in the Vietnam War?

No. In the movie, the Gaines' youngest son Charlie (Elijah Kelley) dies in Vietnam, requiring Cecil to maintain his composure and poise while confronting Nixon. When comparing The Butler movie fiction vs. fact, we discovered that in real life, Eugene and Helene Allen's only son, Charles, did in fact serve in Vietnam, but he did not die there. He returned home and became an investigator with the State Department (The Washington Post).

Is the eldest son in the movie, Louis Gaines, based on a real person?

No. During our research into The Butler true story, we quickly learned that the Louis Gaines character, portrayed by actor David Oyelowo, is entirely fictional, as is the subplot involving the character. This includes Louis joining the Freedom Riders and the Black Panthers, and the rift that develops between Cecil and his son as a result. In real life, Eugene and Helene Allen only had one son, not two.

Was the real Gloria Gaines an alcoholic?

No. Although this aspect of the character may have provided fodder for Oprah Winfrey to sink her acting chops into, the real Gloria Gains, Helene Allen, was not an alcoholic, nor did she contemplate an extra-marital affair.-DailyBulletin.com

Is the movie accurate in depicting President Ronald Reagan as being racist?

No. The Butler movie depicts President Ronald Reagan (Alan Rickman) stating that he will refuse to impose sanctions against South Africa for its racist policies. The true story behind The Butler movie reveals that the situation was much more complex than Lee Daniel's film makes it appear. At the time, America was entangled in the Cold War with the Soviet Union and their communist allies. South Africa was the only country on the African continent that held a strong anti-communist position. Reagan's hesitation to issue sanctions arose in part because he did not want to disrupt America's anti-communist alliance with the country, not because he thought apartheid in South Africa was okay. The sanctions would have also impacted the least affluent in the country first, who were mainly the blacks there.
http://www.historyvshollywood.com/reelfaces/t...

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Che Reagan Christ wrote:
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A majority of the American people agree with you? Really?
http://www.cbsnews.com/8301-250_162-57595046/...
Racist blacks at 84% disapproval...imagine that.
Remember the "decent black/rest of the tribe" ratio? 80-20...it's almost always right.
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Diamond Eugene wrote:
<quoted text>Racist blacks at 84% disapproval...imagine that.
Remember the "decent black/rest of the tribe" ratio? 80-20...it's almost always right.
Whatever your rationalization, it doesn't change the fact that your are incorrect in asserting that a majority of Americans agree with you on the Zimmerman verdict. I guess that only matters if the truth means anything to you.

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Diamond Eugene wrote:
<quoted text>Why are you on Topix?
To help people like you old man.

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Che Reagan Christ wrote:
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Whatever your rationalization, it doesn't change the fact that your are incorrect in asserting that a majority of Americans agree with you on the Zimmerman verdict. I guess that only matters if the truth means anything to you.
Third Worlders are not Americans. Of the First World population here, a majority do agree with George regarding Zimmerman.
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-The-Artist- wrote:
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Third Worlders are not Americans. Of the First World population here, a majority do agree with George regarding Zimmerman.
Do you really think your opinion on that matters?
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Diamond Eugene wrote:
<quoted text>No, Fry Queen...the jury and the majority of the American people agree with us that Zimmerman was not guilty of anything. Get over it.
Prove that old man. You can't go by the Republicans on here. They don't agree only with each other.

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