created by: Kosmik | Jan 10, 2013

Columbus, OH

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George the coward will do what if the 2nd amendment is changed?

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  • Pee in his pink frilly panties
  • Continue to talk tough on Topix only
  • He has no guns, so nothing.
  • Will start a thread to get advice from Spook
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“Larchmont's Leading Citizen”

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#41
Jan 10, 2013
 
Kosmik wrote:
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Envious of what? You're stuck in an office all day with no real work and nothing to do but post on here.
I only work when I choose to, where I choose to and with whom I choose to. Being that I only need to work a few months a year to deal with my expenses (and that's mainly due to the crash) I'm guessing once again you're projecting.
Oh, and in those few months I work, I probably make close to what you do in a year.
Talking salary shows a lack of breeding.

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Jan 10, 2013
 

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<quoted text>Let's hear about your illustrious service, Kosmik.
"Given the opportunity"? When? Because you simply demanded it?
You really are full of yourself.
Are you for real?

A true coward questions one who voluntarily served?

Getting pretty much like an elementary playground around here.

What next, are you going to threaten to have your dad beat up my dad?

It would be fun to take you to where I go for fun. You'd get a lot of 'boy, you ain't from around here, are you? Those are the same guys you claimed yesterday to be so in touch with.

But again, until you make a public post detailing true support for our military, you'll just be considered a true ingrate.

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Jan 10, 2013
 
Kosmik wrote:
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Envious of what? You're stuck in an office all day with no real work and nothing to do but post on here.
I only work when I choose to, where I choose to and with whom I choose to. Being that I only need to work a few months a year to deal with my expenses (and that's mainly due to the crash) I'm guessing once again you're projecting.
Oh, and in those few months I work, I probably make close to what you do in a year.
That work drying up for you, Kosmik?'Essential' becoming a little less 'essential?'

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Hugh Victor Thompson III wrote:
<quoted text>Talking salary shows a lack of breeding.
I've bred plenty and have wonderful offspring that I am proud of and fully support without using their life choices to bolster myself.

I think living your inflated ego and wannabe dreams vicariously through your father and your son indicates mental illness, quite possibly from inbreeding.

When will you realize my bladder is bigger?

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Jan 10, 2013
 
Hugh Victor Thompson III wrote:
<quoted text>Talking salary shows a lack of breeding.
Well, yes. According to my mother, it is very rude. As much as talking about how much you paid for something. Mother was always right.

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That was no lie. I pass it 20 to 50 times a day. I'll take a photo and post it for you.
I didn't say he had one of two anyway. I said there were several of that bust made that had gone to various contributors to some charity. That was 15 to 20 years ago. Obama had a completely different, unique one that he insultingly returned to the Queen, keeping the one like we have in our office in some far corner of the WH.
Again, for the reading and thinking impaired. You said your boss had 1 of the busts of which only 2 in the world exist. You didn't say your boss had a copy of that bust, you said he had the actual piece.

I think Reader posted a wiki link for you with the info that I had passed on, challenging your prevarication.

It always takes 3,4 or more passes for you to get from "I live in Taj Mahal" to I've seen a picture of it.

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Columbus, OH

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Jan 10, 2013
 
Seriouslady wrote:
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That was no lie. I pass it 20 to 50 times a day. I'll take a photo and post it for you.
I didn't say he had one of two anyway. I said there were several of that bust made that had gone to various contributors to some charity. That was 15 to 20 years ago. Obama had a completely different, unique one that he insultingly returned to the Queen, keeping the one like we have in our office in some far corner of the WH.
http://abcnews.go.com/blogs/politics/2012/07/...

This is how I know where you get some of your lies from.
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Seriouslady wrote:
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That was no lie. I pass it 20 to 50 times a day. I'll take a photo and post it for you.
I didn't say he had one of two anyway. I said there were several of that bust made that had gone to various contributors to some charity. That was 15 to 20 years ago. Obama had a completely different, unique one that he insultingly returned to the Queen, keeping the one like we have in our office in some far corner of the WH.
You moron, why should a bust of a foreigner sit in the office of the President of the United States of America?

The bust was a loan, it was returned to its owner and its place was taken by a bust of an AMERICAN.

I really wish you America-hating traitors would hurry up and secede like you promised.

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Seriouslady wrote:
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That work drying up for you, Kosmik?'Essential' becoming a little less 'essential?'
Nope, I constantly turn away work. Have developed quite a reputation with a couple of buddies, one an Air Force pal, in a niche that has nothing to do with the military.

My mission essential designation ended in 1987, I continued to work with D.o.D. picking up computer maintenance contracts for another few years and then went into the computer scrap business when p.c.'s started to take over.

The last year I had computers from 27 different manufacturers that I was providing field service for at one location alone.

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Kosmik wrote:
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http://abcnews.go.com/blogs/politics/2012/07/...
This is how I know where you get some of your lies from.
That's not the same bust as we have in the office.

I didn't lie.

The article you cited states that 'some Britians were offended.'

When it was returned, Obama was president-elect and it was his decision.

I don't care, let him put a big ole bust of Jeremiah Wright in his office. He has no say over what I put in mine.

You go to a lot of trouble to half way make a point and then fail.

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Nope, I constantly turn away work. Have developed quite a reputation with a couple of buddies, one an Air Force pal, in a niche that has nothing to do with the military.
My mission essential designation ended in 1987, I continued to work with D.o.D. picking up computer maintenance contracts for another few years and then went into the computer scrap business when p.c.'s started to take over.
The last year I had computers from 27 different manufacturers that I was providing field service for at one location alone.
Whoopee. Another computer geek. No wonder you have no social skills.

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Anecdote wrote:
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You moron, why should a bust of a foreigner sit in the office of the President of the United States of America?
The bust was a loan, it was returned to its owner and its place was taken by a bust of an AMERICAN.
I really wish you America-hating traitors would hurry up and secede like you promised.
I'm not a traitor, who are you to judge? I don't hate America and I'm not going anywhere.

Mostly, to your chagrin, I'm not a moron.

Another empty thread.
Duke for Mayor

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Jan 11, 2013
 
Kosmik wrote:
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Laws against personal choices, as in sex, gambling, drugs etc... run counter to having a free society. The laws against such are nearly impossible to enforce without government violating our rights. They have to conduct entrapment stings and the like, in other words they have to commit a crime to find a crime. Our law enforcement committing crime is blatantly anti-freedom.
So you don't like to gamble, don't. Don't like abortion, don't have one. Don't care for drugs, avoid them. What someone else is doing in the privacy of their home or with their doctor is none of yours or my business.
They discovered that all efforts to one point had failed so they merely keep going to the next step. i.e. taking away liberties or violating freedoms to enforce the unenforceable.
If we did away with the laws, there'd be little to no money issue to even be discussing. And there'd be lot's of room in the jails to keep real criminals.
You're mistaken on several points. I would agree that the effects upon society of certain drugs, such as marijuana, are relatively innocuous. However, if you have ever had the pleasure of dealing with or observing the lives of the children of those who regularly use meth, heroin, or crack, you might be able to discern that different drugs pose varying degrees of threats to the welfare of those least able to protect themselves. In those instances, the state is obligated to act. Regulation and criminalization of dangerous drugs such as meth, crack, and heroin serve those purposes. Even the users would tell you, its not good for their parenting abilities.

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Seriouslady wrote:
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Well, yes. According to my mother, it is very rude. As much as talking about how much you paid for something. Mother was always right.
Is your mother the Queen?

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Seriouslady wrote:
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That's not the same bust as we have in the office.
I didn't lie.
The article you cited states that 'some Britians were offended.'
When it was returned, Obama was president-elect and it was his decision.
I don't care, let him put a big ole bust of Jeremiah Wright in his office. He has no say over what I put in mine.
You go to a lot of trouble to half way make a point and then fail.
So let's review, first off, there was no Churchill bust controversy to begin with, just Charles Krauthammer blowing smoke and stirring easily manipulated people like you.

Second, your boss doesn't have either of the two existing busts.

That would equal 'liar, liar, pants on fire'

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Duke for Mayor wrote:
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You're mistaken on several points. I would agree that the effects upon society of certain drugs, such as marijuana, are relatively innocuous. However, if you have ever had the pleasure of dealing with or observing the lives of the children of those who regularly use meth, heroin, or crack, you might be able to discern that different drugs pose varying degrees of threats to the welfare of those least able to protect themselves. In those instances, the state is obligated to act. Regulation and criminalization of dangerous drugs such as meth, crack, and heroin serve those purposes. Even the users would tell you, its not good for their parenting abilities.
woof
Just look across the ocean at the Netherlands and how their policy of non-criminalization works. Use goes down, addicts are willing to enter rehab programs as interdiction money is redirected.

The very same effects you state from meth, crack or heroin are also present in the homes of alcoholics. Why allow that and nothing else?

When a country takes a reasonable approach to such a subject, they are then able to honestly deliver public service announcements. With criminalization they are forced to lean on hyperbole.

I don't favor drug use in general but that's a separate issue from the jails and courts. Strip away all of the ills that the laws have created and directly deal with the issue of man desiring to alter his state consciousness.

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Karl Monday wrote:
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Free societies are not natural, nature abhors a vacuum.
For someone who complains about Wall Street and likes gun control, you have an unusual definition of "free".
Rights don't come without responsibilities.
Contrary to popular belief you do not own yourself.
Um, Wall St., the bankers and the reckless insurance investors committed gigantic larceny against the public. That's criminal. Just looking at HSBC and AIG and the problems they've created delivers no freedom for the individual. The liberty to be robbed by governmental sanction to the wealthy isn't what our framers had in mind.

Lying, cheating and stealing are not guaranteed liberties. You can do any or all but there are laws against them that aren't being enforced. Too big to fail and too big to prosecute are the signs that liberty needs to be guaranteed for the bottom. The more effect a corporation has on the overall economy, the larger their responsibility to the public.

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Seriouslady wrote:
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Whoopee. Another computer geek. No wonder you have no social skills.
Lying is a 'good' social skill? Or responding to someone who confronts your lie with 'F.U.' is tactful. Upside down is your world.

It always takes you several revisions to get from what you first state to what is probably closer to the truth. My father taught me that when a story always changes, it's probably not very true.

The funniest part is that you think you're smart enough to get away with your falsehoods.

“Where did I put my tiara?”

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Jan 11, 2013
 
Seriouslady wrote:
This is the most juvenile thread I've seen on any Topix locale ever.
Ask Kosmik's opinion about the threads/polls I start...
Duke for Mayor

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Kosmik wrote:
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Just look across the ocean at the Netherlands and how their policy of non-criminalization works. Use goes down, addicts are willing to enter rehab programs as interdiction money is redirected.
The very same effects you state from meth, crack or heroin are also present in the homes of alcoholics. Why allow that and nothing else?
When a country takes a reasonable approach to such a subject, they are then able to honestly deliver public service announcements. With criminalization they are forced to lean on hyperbole.
I don't favor drug use in general but that's a separate issue from the jails and courts. Strip away all of the ills that the laws have created and directly deal with the issue of man desiring to alter his state consciousness.
You may wish to research gedoogbeleid a little more. Drug laws and policy in the Netherlands are not quite what you seem to believe they are.

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