Who do you support for Governor in Ohio in 2010?

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RubThatPoochzNoseInit wrote:
As far as me "lying", I can tell you are new here. Since everything I post has Canton under it, this will be easy for you. Go ahead and copy and paste anything I have posted that is a lie. Give us a direct link where all can see I am a liar, as you keep mindlessly blurting out.
Sure will, just as soon as you answer my question to my satisfaction.
As far as your repeated homophobic insults you keep adding to your posts, let me know if you need a direct link to the proven study that shows the most outspoken homophobes, like you and most of your Patriot fellas, got chubbies when shown gay porn. I think you personally would find the study very, and I do mean VERY revealing.
I doubt it. Post whatever you want. But the thing I do find interesting, is that you're insulted. You may be a little homophobic.
Also, let me know if you want to see a video of GW Bush making jokes about the WMDs they never found that our American soldiers died for. Just an all around likable chap. Then we can pop some corn and watch Tea Party darling and one of many in the party that drops Jesus's name like they're BFFs, as she wh0rz out God for a pipeline, by declaring it's "God's will" that they build it. What makes her neat is the fact that she is getting paid by oil billionaires as she taps into the same old money Conservative Bible voters that inflicted GW Bush on America for 8 years.
I love oil. I'm grateful for it, and you should be, too.

I'm not sure why you keep bringing up the American soldiers who have died in the wars. Does it truly offend you that Americans have needlessly died because of flippant and negligent politicians?
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Old Guy, haven't you read that the ice core studies, although interesting, are just guesswork? It's impossible to say how old a certain core is.
No, I haven't read that, Super Mutt, except on creation science websites. And then it always seems to be coming from someone like you, with no training in science, just an anti-science ax to grind. I really don't care about your personal opinions about science because you have repeatedly demonstrated that you are ignorant of basic facts that you should have learned in high school.

What I HAVE read is that ice core studies have a high level of reliability, and that's what makes them useful research tools. Here's a recent scientific paper that discusses these issues. I don't expect you to read it, or understand it, because I doubt you have either the inclination to read it or the intelligence to understand it.

"An accurate chronology of Dome Fuji and Vostok ice core records, with dating accuracy better than ~2 kyr, has been established for the past 400 kyr and is consistent with the Milankovitch theory for the sequence of 100-kyr climatic cycles."

http://pages-142.unibe.ch/products/newsletter...
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xxxrayted wrote:
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You are correct about scientists being wrong all the time.
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Remember the Ozone scare? It was worse than the climate change scare. We had to change our underarm deodorants and anything that contained fluorocarbons. Later they discovered that these holes were quite natural and man had little to do with making them.
Yeah, I DO remember the ozone scare. It was when "those scientists that are wrong all the time" correctly predicted that chlorofluorocarbons (CFCs) could damage the earth's ozone layer. Because of the subsequent discovery of a hole in the ozone layer, the nations of the world created the Montreal Protocol, which banned CFCs. The scientists that correctly predicted the ozone depletion received the Nobel Prize for their research.

Where do you get your misinformation from? Like Super Mutt, you make wild claims, but never offer any reputable sources for your misguided notions.

"On June 28, 1974, Sherry Rowland and Mario Molina, chemists at the University of California, Irvine, published the first scientific paper warning that human-generated chlorofluorocarbons (CFCs) could cause serious harm to Earth's protective ozone layer (Molina and Rowland, 1974). They calculated that if CFC production continued to increase at the going rate of 10%/year until 1990, then remain steady, CFCs would cause a global 5 to 7 percent ozone loss by 1995 and 30-50% loss by 2050.

They warned that the loss of ozone would significantly increase the amount of skin-damaging ultraviolet UV-B light reaching the surface, greatly increasing skin cancer and cataracts. The loss of stratospheric ozone could also significantly cool the stratosphere, potentially causing destructive climate change. Although no stratospheric ozone loss had been observed yet, CFCs should be banned, they said. At the time, the CFC industry was worth about $8 billion in the U.S., employed over 600,000 people directly, and 1.4 million people indirectly (Roan, 1989).

Critics and skeptics--primarily industry spokespeople and scientists from conservative think tanks--immediately attacked the theory. Despite the fact that Molina and Rowland's theory had wide support in the scientific community, a handful of skeptics, their voices greatly amplified by the public relations machines of powerful corporations and politicians sympathetic to them, succeeded in delaying imposition of controls on CFCs for many years. However, the stunning discovery of the Antarctic ozone hole in 1985 proved the skeptics wrong. Human-generated CFCs were indeed destroying Earth's protective ozone layer. In fact, the ozone depletion was far worse than Molina and Roland had predicted. No one had imagined that ozone depletions like the 50% losses being observed by 1987 over Antarctica were possible so soon. Despite the continued opposition of many of the skeptics, the Montreal Protocol, an international agreement to phase out ozone-destroying chemicals, was hurriedly approved in 1987 to address the threat."

"Molina and Rowland were awarded the Nobel Prize in 1995. The citation from the Nobel committee credited them with helping to deliver the Earth from a potential environmental disaster."

http://www.wunderground.com/resources/climate...
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Super Mutt wrote:
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You're in good company. The founders put everything, including their lives, on the line for freedom, and many of them lost it all. They did it not just for themselves, but for future generations.
Hopefully things will get straightened out before it's too late, but if not, give me liberty or give me death.
you hit on a point.......deeds for future generations.

The Democratic party is full speed taking future generations future from them, and guaranteeing 3rd world status.

when the fantasy is over.....who is picking up the 17 trillion and growing tab?

if everything owned by everyone was sold in the USA.....we can't pay the tab.
Climate Change

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Is "Old Guy" the copy/paste champion or what?
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xxxrayted wrote:
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You are correct about scientists being wrong all the time. I remember when they said we were having unusual amounts of forest fires and it's totally unnatural. Later they discovered that forest fires are natures way of rejuvenating the forest. Afterwards, they would still put out the fires to save homes and whatnot, but the government restarted them again under more controlled conditions.
Remember the Ozone scare? It was worse than the climate change scare. We had to change our underarm deodorants and anything that contained fluorocarbons. Later they discovered that these holes were quite natural and man had little to do with making them. Every time lightning strikes the earth, it creates more ozone.
I think there are a lot of us that enjoy fear. After all, why do we drive to the movie theater and watch a horror flick or go to haunted houses during October? Why do we travel so far to amusement parks and hop on the highest most scariest roller coaster? I'm 53 years old now, and I can't recall a time in my life where the forces were not trying to scare you into something. If it's not the bird flu, it's aliens from outer space. If it's not aliens from outer space, it's ghosts, if it's not ghosts, it's rising or lowering of the ocean, if it's not the rising and lowering of the ocean, it's worldwide droughts, if not that, it's global warming now climate change.
I always picture our country in about a hundred or so years from now. The teacher will be teaching her children how in the early 2,000's, man thought he could control the climate, and the class bursts out in laughter as we did when our teachers taught us that primitive man thought the earth was flat, and if you go to far, you'll fall off.
You drive a fricking truck for a living and claim all scientists are wrong all of the time. You have a serious delusional problem. I have seen many a highly paid white-collar workers that have a ton more education than you, have to FALL BACK to truck driving to support their families after being caught up in downsizing. I know a lot of tradesmen in my craft that carry a CDL to FALL BACK on when work slows down. Almost anybody can drive a truck and it's far from a glamorous way to make a living and don't take a whole lot of edumication either. How many times are you allowed to flunk the test that they let you keep trying at? Last I heard it was quite a few times. If you hang yourself with a rope enough times, you tend how to learn to do it better each time.
Republican 101

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Climate Change wrote:
Is "Old Guy" the copy/paste champion or what?
They're called facts. Check em out sometime, when you're not too busy sniffing Stupor Mutt's a ss in teabagger fantasyland...
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Is "Old Guy" the copy/paste champion or what?
The guy is sharp. try proving him wrong with a reputable argument. Good luck.
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Republican 101 wrote:
<quoted text>They're called facts. Check em out sometime, when you're not too busy sniffing Stupor Mutt's a ss in teabagger fantasyland...
Did you even understand the gist of that? And how in the world did you equate it with tea bags and dogs?
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Super Mutt wrote:
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Sure will, just as soon as you answer my question to my satisfaction.
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I doubt it. Post whatever you want. But the thing I do find interesting, is that you're insulted. You may be a little homophobic.
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I love oil. I'm grateful for it, and you should be, too.
I'm not sure why you keep bringing up the American soldiers who have died in the wars. Does it truly offend you that Americans have needlessly died because of flippant and negligent politicians?
Yes it does truly offend real AMERICANS that our soldiers have have died because of flippant and negligent neo-cons. You just showed the true color of cowards such as yourself with such a stupid, ignorant statement. Go dance alongside the draft dodging fool idiots that you seem to bow down to. Don't forget the tin-foil and pointed white hats you wear at any given moment according what mood hit's you at that moment.
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Climate Change wrote:
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Did you even understand the gist of that? And how in the world did you equate it with tea bags and dogs?
W T F?!?
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Republican 101 wrote:
<quoted text>W T F?!?
Exactly what I was thinking.

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Old Guy wrote:
No, I haven't read that, Super Mutt, except on creation science websites. And then it always seems to be coming from someone like you, with no training in science, just an anti-science ax to grind. I really don't care about your personal opinions about science because you have repeatedly demonstrated that you are ignorant of basic facts that you should have learned in high school.
What I HAVE read is that ice core studies have a high level of reliability, and that's what makes them useful research tools. Here's a recent scientific paper that discusses these issues. I don't expect you to read it, or understand it, because I doubt you have either the inclination to read it or the intelligence to understand it.
"An accurate chronology of Dome Fuji and Vostok ice core records, with dating accuracy better than ~2 kyr, has been established for the past 400 kyr and is consistent with the Milankovitch theory for the sequence of 100-kyr climatic cycles."
http://pages-142.unibe.ch/products/newsletter...
Honestly, Old Guy, I don't know what your problem is with simple science and commonsense. Did you read the article you linked to? In the first paragraph:

"In order to understand further the roles of both orbital and greenhouse gas forcings on climate changes, and to test Milankovitch forcing as the driver for the 100-kyr cycles seen in the ice core proxies, one would need paleoclimate chronologies with accuracy better than ~2 kyr"

The rest of the article was peppered with "may be" and "could have". Those aren't words people use when they can prove something.

Below is a link to an article on a GOVERNMENT website, which talks about the inaccuracies of ice core testing. Ignore, if you think the govt has a creation science agenda.
http://www.ncdc.noaa.gov/paleo/reports/triest...

It talks about exactly what I said before. There was no real-time data collected long ago, so scientists haven't been able to date, for certain, the layers of the cores.

Now, the following is another one of my opinions, so be prepared to disregard it ... something to consider is that, if there were previous episodes of warming, and layers of ice melted, the core-dating process would be further complicated. Just a thought.

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woo-boy wrote:
Yes it does truly offend real AMERICANS that our soldiers have have died because of flippant and negligent neo-cons. You just showed the true color of cowards such as yourself with such a stupid, ignorant statement. Go dance alongside the draft dodging fool idiots that you seem to bow down to. Don't forget the tin-foil and pointed white hats you wear at any given moment according what mood hit's you at that moment.
Just wondering why the only dead Americans you seem to care about are the ones from the Bush era.

Are you aware that 3 out of every 4 Americans who have been killed in Afghanistan have died during Obama's reign?
http://www.examiner.com/article/over-70-of-u-...

Are you aware that the blood, sweat, and tears of our soldiers to liberate Iraq has been for nothing under the cowardly, profoundly-ignorant leadership of the Commie In Chief?
http://www.washingtonpost.com/world/al-qaeda-...

Instead of al-qaeda being on the pathway to defeat, as Obama claimed, it is actually growing at an alarming rate.
http://www.usatoday.com/story/news/world/2014...

And then there's the "phony" Benghazi scandal. That darn thing just won't go away, will it?

I don't necessarily agree with how Bush handled the wars, but what do you propose we do about that now? Obama is in charge. How about you stop being a drone and take a look at what your dumocrat president is doing. The lives of Americans now are just as important as the ones during Bush's terms.

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Realty Speaks wrote:
you hit on a point.......deeds for future generations.
The Democratic party is full speed taking future generations future from them, and guaranteeing 3rd world status.
when the fantasy is over.....who is picking up the 17 trillion and growing tab?
if everything owned by everyone was sold in the USA.....we can't pay the tab.
Agreed. I'm middle age now, and have had my opportunities to chase my dreams. Whatever happens to me from this point on doesn't matter much. But it's difficult for me to accept that my children and grandchildren will live in servitude, when they were born into such a great and promising country. Totally unnecessary.
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Super Mutt wrote:
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Sure will, just as soon as you answer my question to my satisfaction.
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I doubt it. Post whatever you want. But the thing I do find interesting, is that you're insulted. You may be a little homophobic.
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I love oil. I'm grateful for it, and you should be, too.
I'm not sure why you keep bringing up the American soldiers who have died in the wars. Does it truly offend you that Americans have needlessly died because of flippant and negligent politicians?
Name something Obama did that equals lying to Congress and sending our troops off to die in an unfounded war, while the vice president's company makes millions and millions of dollars off of it. You are a stammering clown that can't get used to the idea that nobody wants to play your little God told me to invade games anymore, in this modern society. Now pretend that you just want the Muslims to be liberated, or some other absolute nonsense. You are a liar, you can't back up anything you say and a HUGE red VOID should be stamped across your forehead, so us REAL Americans know to keep the toddlers away from you.
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Super Mutt wrote:
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Just wondering why the only dead Americans you seem to care about are the ones from the Bush era.
Are you aware that 3 out of every 4 Americans who have been killed in Afghanistan have died during Obama's reign?
http://www.examiner.com/article/over-70-of-u-...
Are you aware that the blood, sweat, and tears of our soldiers to liberate Iraq has been for nothing under the cowardly, profoundly-ignorant leadership of the Commie In Chief?
http://www.washingtonpost.com/world/al-qaeda-...
Instead of al-qaeda being on the pathway to defeat, as Obama claimed, it is actually growing at an alarming rate.
http://www.usatoday.com/story/news/world/2014...
And then there's the "phony" Benghazi scandal. That darn thing just won't go away, will it?
I don't necessarily agree with how Bush handled the wars, but what do you propose we do about that now? Obama is in charge. How about you stop being a drone and take a look at what your dumocrat president is doing. The lives of Americans now are just as important as the ones during Bush's terms.
"Commie in Chief"? Are you talking about that "Conservative Hero" Putin again?
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Darn those facts. If only you could burn them at the stake, like how you guys used to roll. Not that the Christians "noble" act of murdering over a hundred thousand innocent women in Europe wasn't effective. We certainly don't see any "witches" or "werewolves" walking around since then. Praise Jesus! They have been "liberated".
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You know...science stuff.

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RubThatPoochzNoseInit wrote:
Darn those facts. If only you could burn them at the stake, like how you guys used to roll. Not that the Christians "noble" act of murdering over a hundred thousand innocent women in Europe wasn't effective. We certainly don't see any "witches" or "werewolves" walking around since then. Praise Jesus! They have been "liberated".
When did that happen exactly?

I wonder how many unborn babies the liberals will slaughter today? Truly a noble cause, abortion.

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