Bob: Were Boys Forced to Attend School Swim Lessons Completely Nude?

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coyote

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MaltaMon wrote:
By my standard, he's not knocked out if he returns for more. Of course, the elimination of one's hard drives alone won't make the problem go away. There is still the internet service provider and its records to contend with, as well as those of any online file backup service.
I like this response as informative with touch of humor- nice change for me who is so commonly victimized by your brutal attacks and then bullied further by Large. nice break- sorry !!
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#1222
Jan 28, 2013
 
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<quoted text> How about a stroke that leaves my fingers paralyzed?
'nuff of that sort of talk !
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MaltaMon wrote:
<quoted text> How about a stroke that leaves my fingers paralyzed?
You don't want to have a stroke that will leave your fingers paralysed.How will you be able to have a w4nk?
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Katie Mellish wrote:
<quoted text>You don't want to have a stroke that will leave your fingers paralysed.How will you be able to have a w4nk?
....Let alone wipe it after wards.
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<quoted text>....Let alone wipe it after wards.
Very nice. What a wonderful thing to say.
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coyote wrote:
you have been told, Phil ! Wow- 4 posts and about 40 lines just to "instruct" you to have a chat with your wife and kids ! Not a word about any traveling abroad- could anyone forward him some more brochures - maybe John Kerry will find use for such a worldly man - he would be a great wmd reporter.... gads, maybe he was in GW's admin.!!....
Funny you should joke about that, coyote. I cannot work in foreign policy any more for the US Government, other than as a freelance analyst... and then only if someone who knows me is still around on the inside to recommend me. I left in 2003 shortly after the Iraq War began. And even though I'd signed away my First Amendment right to public dissent to get the job--it's standard for all with a security clearance-- the promised safe channels for internal dissent never materialized in that heady, paranoid period during which bad or fake intelligence was tossed around like a football to justify the invasion. So I attended a public protest in New York, was videotaped participating, was questioned about it and was "asked" to resign. The non-disclosure agreement I'd had to sign at the start is still in effect nearly a decade after my departure. But nobody on this thread is able to identify me..(and I daresay few, if any, will believe that any of this is true.. lol. No matter) But I mention this because I thought it slightly ironic that you should mention Senator John F. Kerry, the incoming Secy of State (albeit not yet confirmed by the Senate, but his approval by that body is a foregone conclusion) and one of my heroes since I was a kid (He was co-leader of Vietnam Veterans Against the War. His moving testimony on the war to the Senate Foreign Relations Committee during that group's peaceful occupation of the National Mall in DC in May 1971 sent a chill through the Nixon White House. The quiet ceremony in which about 800 decorated Vietnam veterans lined up at the foot of the Capitol steps to literally toss back their medals awarded for their conduct in Vietnam was unprecedented and stunning. The Pentagon Papers first appeared just weeks afterward. I have met Kerry several times--first at a funeral in 1995, when I was seated with him. I also briefed him several times before he traveled, in his role as a member of that same Senate Committee on Foreign Relations, to the Middle East and to several of the former republics of the USSR, now independent. Was devastated when he lost the election so narrowly to Dubya in 2004. It came down to Ohio, where malfunctioning" voting machines and voters not appearing on lists of registrants in heavily Democratic urban districts--in Cleveland, Toledo and Columbus, principally-- which caused him to lose the state narrowly. Had he won Ohio, he'd have been President. Just irony. My career in gov't, which I had enjoyed, ended abruptly, not pleasantly. But that was nothing compared to the tragic episode that precipitated it, the needless war in Iraq. Too bad: would love to work for Kerry's State Dept as much as I'd have enjoyed working for Hillary's. Ain't gonna happen, though.(Okay.. Go ahead and post your peanuts, popcorn, and cotton candy "judgement" symbols.. Lol.. But first try me out on foreign policy if you're skeptical. It's still a passion. One day I'll determine that the US won't haul my ass into court if I publish anything on my time there after so many years. But until then, this is the only mention I shall make of it. There is comfort in knowing that my gang of antagonists likely won't believe it anyway. Right, guys?)
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Jan 28, 2013
 
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<quoted text> Read the post, Lord Douchebag. I said that my contact at Scotland Yard had several days off that week due to the holidays. Never said the "police" were not working or that I believed they weren't. Now, this is a wonderful example of just how easily you lie. And you tell coyote to look, but nobody expects him to correct you. You are on a mission, albeit one with its roots in vindictiveness and mendacity. Carry on. The source of this lying effort, namely you, and the quality of the audience to whom it is directed render it harmless.
And your contact is the only one who is capable of taking your statement?
Or maybe you were simply boasting about your connections which seems to me to sum you up?
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<quoted text> Funny you should joke about that, coyote. I cannot work in foreign policy any more for the US Government, other than as a freelance analyst... and then only if someone who knows me is still around on the inside to recommend me. I left in 2003 shortly after the Iraq War began. And even though I'd signed away my First Amendment right to public dissent to get the job--it's standard for all with a security clearance-- the promised safe channels for internal dissent never materialized in that heady, paranoid period during which bad or fake intelligence was tossed around like a football to justify the invasion. So I attended a public protest in New York, was videotaped participating, was questioned about it and was "asked" to resign. The non-disclosure agreement I'd had to sign at the start is still in effect nearly a decade after my departure. But nobody on this thread is able to identify me..(and I daresay few, if any, will believe that any of this is true.. lol. No matter) But I mention this because I thought it slightly ironic that you should mention Senator John F. Kerry, the incoming Secy of State (albeit not yet confirmed by the Senate, but his approval by that body is a foregone conclusion) and one of my heroes since I was a kid (He was co-leader of Vietnam Veterans Against the War. His moving testimony on the war to the Senate Foreign Relations Committee during that group's peaceful occupation of the National Mall in DC in May 1971 sent a chill through the Nixon White House. The quiet ceremony in which about 800 decorated Vietnam veterans lined up at the foot of the Capitol steps to literally toss back their medals awarded for their conduct in Vietnam was unprecedented and stunning. The Pentagon Papers first appeared just weeks afterward. I have met Kerry several times--first at a funeral in 1995, when I was seated with him. I also briefed him several times before he traveled, in his role as a member of that same Senate Committee on Foreign Relations, to the Middle East and to several of the former republics of the USSR, now independent. Was devastated when he lost the election so narrowly to Dubya in 2004. It came down to Ohio, where malfunctioning" voting machines and voters not appearing on lists of registrants in heavily Democratic urban districts--in Cleveland, Toledo and Columbus, principally-- which caused him to lose the state narrowly. Had he won Ohio, he'd have been President. Just irony. My career in gov't, which I had enjoyed, ended abruptly, not pleasantly. But that was nothing compared to the tragic episode that precipitated it, the needless war in Iraq. Too bad: would love to work for Kerry's State Dept as much as I'd have enjoyed working for Hillary's. Ain't gonna happen, though.(Okay.. Go ahead and post your peanuts, popcorn, and cotton candy "judgement" symbols.. Lol.. But first try me out on foreign policy if you're skeptical. It's still a passion. One day I'll determine that the US won't haul my ass into court if I publish anything on my time there after so many years. But until then, this is the only mention I shall make of it. There is comfort in knowing that my gang of antagonists likely won't believe it anyway. Right, guys?)
No, they just couldn't care less.
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Katie Mellish wrote:
<quoted text>You don't want to have a stroke that will leave your fingers paralysed.How will you be able to have a w4nk?
Yes, he is rather in love with himself.
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Phil wrote:
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And your contact is the only one who is capable of taking your statement?
Or maybe you were simply boasting about your connections which seems to me to sum you up?
Lost BOY?
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MaltaMon wrote:
<quoted text> Very nice. What a wonderful thing to say.
Lol xxxx.
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Phil wrote:
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No, they just couldn't care less.
Atta boy!! Lol.
MaltaMon

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come on guys. post the peanuts, cotton candy, popcorn, and mean yellow faces. get those judgments in and posted before it is too late
coyote

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<quoted text> Funny you should joke about that, coyote. I cannot work in foreign policy any more for the US Government, other than as a freelance analyst... and then only if someone who knows me is still around on the inside to recommend me. I left in 2003 shortly after the Iraq War began. And even though I'd signed away my First Amendment right to public dissent to get the job--it's standard for all with a security clearance-- the promised safe channels for internal dissent never materialized in that heady, paranoid period during which bad or fake intelligence was tossed around like a football to justify the invasion. So I attended a public protest in New York, was videotaped participating, was questioned about it and was "asked" to resign. The non-disclosure agreement I'd had to sign at the start is still in effect nearly a decade after my departure. But nobody on this thread is able to identify me..(and I daresay few, if any, will believe that any of this is true.. lol. No matter) But I mention this because I thought it slightly ironic that you should mention Senator John F. Kerry, the incoming Secy of State (albeit not yet confirmed by the Senate, but his approval by that body is a foregone conclusion) and one of my heroes since I was a kid (He was co-leader of Vietnam Veterans Against the War. His moving testimony on the war to the Senate Foreign Relations Committee during that group's peaceful occupation of the National Mall in DC in May 1971 sent a chill through the Nixon White House. The quiet ceremony in which about 800 decorated Vietnam veterans lined up at the foot of the Capitol steps to literally toss back their medals awarded for their conduct in Vietnam was unprecedented and stunning. The Pentagon Papers first appeared just weeks afterward. I have met Kerry several times--first at a funeral in 1995, when I was seated with him. I also briefed him several times before he traveled, in his role as a member of that same Senate Committee on Foreign Relations, to the Middle East and to several of the former republics of the USSR, now independent. Was devastated when he lost the election so narrowly to Dubya in 2004. It came down to Ohio, where malfunctioning" voting machines and voters not appearing on lists of registrants in heavily Democratic urban districts--in Cleveland, Toledo and Columbus, principally-- which caused him to lose the state narrowly. Had he won Ohio, he'd have been President. Just irony. My career in gov't, which I had enjoyed, ended abruptly, not pleasantly. But that was nothing compared to the tragic episode that precipitated it, the needless war in Iraq. Too bad: would love to work for Kerry's State Dept as much as I'd have enjoyed working for Hillary's. Ain't gonna happen, though.(Okay.. Go ahead and post your peanuts, popcorn, and cotton candy "judgement" symbols.. Lol.. But first try me out on foreign policy if you're skeptical. It's still a passion. One day I'll determine that the US won't haul my ass into court if I publish anything on my time there after so many years. But until then, this is the only mention I shall make of it. There is comfort in knowing that my gang of antagonists likely won't believe it anyway. Right, guys?)
I renege what you refer to as a joke. Truly enjoyed this #1226 and would love to have op for you to critique my thots from Afgh., Iraq, IRAN, Libya,Syria, Mali- on western propaganda and Canada's switch from peacekeeper to war monger. Thanks for info re Kerry- another dynamic person thrown at the turmoil so trust he can bring some posi. I forget the title but couple years ago I read the story of interaction and behind the door happenings with Terry Waite and (you know)--- scary stuff !! gotta run !
coyote

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Jan 29, 2013
 
MM- thanks for #1226-- have sent 1-2 lengthy replies but they are not getting thru--- maybe in future-- good stuff !! INTERESTING to me at least....
MaltaMon

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Jan 29, 2013
 
coyote wrote:
MM- thanks for #1226-- have sent 1-2 lengthy replies but they are not getting thru--- maybe in future-- good stuff !! INTERESTING to me at least....
okay. The numbers are different on my account. I am only up to 1163. Don't know where all the others are if you've got sixty more. Duplicates,perhaps? Anyway I'll look for your msgs. Glad for the civility.
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Jan 29, 2013
 
Someones being civil.
WTF!
This has got to stop!!
We'll be getting a bad name.
MaltaMon

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Kerry was a war hero. He volunteered for two deployments, bravely, and single-handedly (and in defiance of Navy protocol which requires that a captain never leave his ship) saved his boat and his crew from certain annihilation by leaping of its bow, while it was moving, to take out a young VC guerilla about to fire off a grenade launcher at them. The Bush Administration neo-con "chicken hawks"--the warmongering contemporaries of KerryKerry who had wilfully dodged the draft during the Vietnam era (Dick Cheney alone obtained FIVE deferments, and of course, Dubya's dad, "Poppy" Bush, then RNC chairman and UN Ambassador utonder Nixon, arranged for Junior toto serve out the war as a hard--partying, drug-abusing absentee pilot in the National Guard), cynically and amorally fictionalized Kerry's war record to characterize him as a coward. The tactic was known as "swift-boating", a reference to the type of river-patrol vessel that Kerry had commanded. In that wartime atmosphere of post-9/11 politically engineered fear-mongering, the lavishly-financed swiftboat campaign worked.
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Hate to say it, but when it comes to well financed campaigns to instill fear of an impending threat where none exists, the average American voter is as gullible as a kid recruited to become a suicide bomber. And, thus convinced to vote against their own best interests, almost as blindly self-destructive.
coyote

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Jan 29, 2013
 
You can make that statement and I sure will not argue it. I do not think it is unique to the USA or even the recent 50 years-- I sometimes sift through a large book which follows world events from 1901 on and(I will call it propaganda) it is mind boggling the manipulations created to cause havoc for the innocent and power for the greedy. Churchill, FDR, Lenin, Mussolini etc. etc. In the end the good guy wins and the evil guy loses, when in fact each opposing force had the same motivation. Not well said but maybe you can follow my thinking. Actually, I just left a meeting in a bit of a crank so my excuse for this illiterate post is my anxiety is still a bit elevated.

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