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That is what I call speaking the language of you liberals.
How do you keep from punching yourself in the face, seriously?

At least you would come out in a tie in one first fight.

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Show me the forensic proof of OBL's death first.
And the moon landing was shot on a Hollywood film studio.

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I guess people didn't mind the ordinance.
Of course, it has nothing to do with the gun ordinance:

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Kennesaw has continued the Georgia tradition of being business-friendly. Georgia consistently ranks in the top ten states for business no matter who is doing the ranking. Kennesaw combines the tax advantages of living in Georgia with the networking advantages of living in a small community where you can really start to get to know your neighbors.
Kennesaw is close enough to Atlanta to commute, but more affordable. Money Magazine ranked Georgia as one of the six states with the highest rates of new business start-ups per CNNMoney. Many of those start-ups are begun by recent graduates of Atlanta and Atlanta area universities. If you were a recent Emory University graduate who just started a business and needed a place to live and raise a family, would you choose to stay in Atlanta, or would you move to someplace like Kennesaw? According to the cost of living calculator at Best Places, Kennesaw’s overall cost of living is about six percent below that of Atlanta, while housing is 17% less expensive in Kennesaw. Add a carpool to the equation and Kennesaw just might be the key factor supporting an Atlanta entrepreneur who is just getting started. That’s not to say that Atlanta isn’t an affordable city – in fact, it’s one of the most affordable cities in the country to live in. But Kennesaw is even more affordable – and that is a little like finding gold, especially when you find it in a town that also has so much else going for it.
Kennesaw is consciously family-friendly. In fact, Family Circle magazine has designated it one of the ten most family-friendly cities in the country. Almost half of households have children living at home. As you might expect in a town that gets named in a national publication as family-friendly, the schools here are excellent. Not only are the schools academically excellent, but they are racially diverse, as they should be if we expect to prepare students to be culturally literate in the 21st century. Cobb County schools do not have a racial majority of any one ethnic group — in 2009 the Cobb County School District reported that students were 47% white, 30% black, 14% Hispanic, five percent Asian and four percent multi-racial or American Indian.(Cobb County School District, 2008 Annual Report)
Adults in Kennesaw, like their offspring, are well-educated. While 85% of the adult population nationally have completed a high school diploma, 93% of Kennesaw adults have. And although only 28% of U.S. adults have graduated from college, slightly over 40% of adults in Kennesaw have. It doesn’t hurt that Kennesaw is a university town itself!
Kennesaw is designed for walking. It isn’t necessary to get in the car to do every errand. Many people even manage to walk to work. This, too, makes Kennesaw a family-friendly place to live in the 21st century. According to the Centers for Disease Control, about 33% of U.S. adults and 17% of children are obese — not just overweight, but obese. Georgia is not much better, with a 30% obesity rate statewide.(Centers for Disease Control,“Overweight and Obesity.” According to the President’s Council on Physical Fitness and Sports, walking 30 minutes a day, five or more days per week, can radically improve fitness levels. In Kennesaw, if you live 15 minutes from work or school, you’ve got it covered.
Kennesaw takes pride in its appearance. Ordinances here require architecture to be based on 19th-century styles, to match the town’s history (it has been here since before the Civil War). Even the lampposts and benches must match. Kennesaw has been designated a Preserve America Community, an honor granted to communities that not only preserve their historic heritage but use it as a stepping stone toward economic revitalization.

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Mar 22, 2013
 
milwaukee69 wrote:
<quoted text>Thanks for responding to my post that wasn't directed to you.

33,000 gun-totin', rootin'-tootin' socialists, eh?

Must be all Obama supporters.

Damn socialists.
You're welcome. Again, its not like you ever respond to posts not intended for you, right?(sarcasm, for those that can't recognize it)
I guess they decided to fight fire with fire.

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You're welcome. Again, its not like you ever respond to posts not intended for you, right?(sarcasm, for those that can't recognize it)
I guess they decided to fight fire with fire.
Yeah, but I never get thanked.

Who? The damn socialists? Damn Kennesaw freeloaders!!!

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<quoted text>How do you keep from punching yourself in the face, seriously?

At least you would come out in a tie in one first fight.
Projecting again bearpoot?

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<quoted text>Of course, it has nothing to do with the gun ordinance:

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Kennesaw has continued the Georgia tradition of being business-friendly. Georgia consistently ranks in the top ten states for business no matter who is doing the ranking. Kennesaw combines the tax advantages of living in Georgia with the networking advantages of living in a small community where you can really start to get to know your neighbors.
Kennesaw is close enough to Atlanta to commute, but more affordable. Money Magazine ranked Georgia as one of the six states with the highest rates of new business start-ups per CNNMoney. Many of those start-ups are begun by recent graduates of Atlanta and Atlanta area universities. If you were a recent Emory University graduate who just started a business and needed a place to live and raise a family, would you choose to stay in Atlanta, or would you move to someplace like Kennesaw? According to the cost of living calculator at Best Places, Kennesaw’s overall cost of living is about six percent below that of Atlanta, while housing is 17% less expensive in Kennesaw. Add a carpool to the equation and Kennesaw just might be the key factor supporting an Atlanta entrepreneur who is just getting started. That’s not to say that Atlanta isn’t an affordable city – in fact, it’s one of the most affordable cities in the country to live in. But Kennesaw is even more affordable – and that is a little like finding gold, especially when you find it in a town that also has so much else going for it.
Kennesaw is consciously family-friendly. In fact, Family Circle magazine has designated it one of the ten most family-friendly cities in the country. Almost half of households have children living at home. As you might expect in a town that gets named in a national publication as family-friendly, the schools here are excellent. Not only are the schools academically excellent, but they are racially diverse, as they should be if we expect to prepare students to be culturally literate in the 21st century. Cobb County schools do not have a racial majority of any one ethnic group — in 2009 the Cobb County School District reported that students were 47% white, 30% black, 14% Hispanic, five percent Asian and four percent multi-racial or American Indian.(Cobb County School District, 2008 Annual Report)
Adults in Kennesaw, like their offspring, are well-educated. While 85% of the adult population nationally have completed a high school diploma, 93% of Kennesaw adults have. And although only 28% of U.S. adults have graduated from college, slightly over 40% of adults in Kennesaw have. It doesnÂ’t hurt that Kennesaw is a university town itself!
Kennesaw is designed for walking. It isn’t necessary to get in the car to do every errand. Many people even manage to walk to work. This, too, makes Kennesaw a family-friendly place to live in the 21st century. According to the Centers for Disease Control, about 33% of U.S. adults and 17% of children are obese — not just overweight, but obese. Georgia is not much better, with a 30% obesity rate statewide.(Centers for Disease Control,“Overweight and Obesity.” According to the President’s Council on Physical Fitness and Sports, walking 30 minutes a day, five or more days per week, can radically improve fitness levels. In Kennesaw, if you live 15 minutes from work or school, you’ve got it covered.
Kennesaw takes pride in its appearance. Ordinances here require architecture to be based on 19th-century styles, to match the townÂ’s history (it has been here since before the Civil War). Even the lampposts and benches must match. Kennesaw has been designated a Preserve America Community, an honor granted to communities that not only preserve their historic heritage but use it as a stepping stone toward economic revitalization.
Ok, so the people who didn't mind the ordinance opened businesses there.

What a shocker.(sarcasm)

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Force Majeure wrote:
<quoted text>"Liberals"? Oh, you ignorant Americans. You really should stop using words you don't understand.
Maybe if you hadn't run away years ago, you would know leftists call THEMSELVES Liberals. I just saw a bumper sticker a few days ago that said Liberal and proud of it! O and Joe 2012.
You really should worry about your own country, but that's not going to happen.

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milwaukee69 wrote:
<quoted text>Yeah, but I never get thanked.

Who? The damn socialists? Damn Kennesaw freeloaders!!!
Lol. Thank you. Feel better?

I know, damn people joining your cause! Right?( Sarcasm )

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Lol. Thank you. Feel better?
I know, damn people joining your cause! Right?( Sarcasm )
And to top it off, those damn Kennesaw socialists don't know the meaning of consecutive...bastards.

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Dr-Sniper wrote:
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Projecting again bearpoot?
Not at all, Dr-Dumbazz.

You tell us 25 years... get caught for being the m/f c/s liar you are and change it to 25 years 'over a period of time'. You insist a city block is under an acre... and when proved (again) you are full of cr@p... you insist you don't mean every city block is under an acre, but you know of a city block somewhere in the US that is under an acre...

Happy to be here to prove you to be the liar you are and if you have problems punching yourself in the face, Dumbazz, next time you are in town...

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Dr-Sniper wrote:
Ok, so the people who didn't mind the ordinance opened businesses there.
People don't care and half don't own weapons.

It was and is and has always been a PR stunt.

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milwaukee69 wrote:
<quoted text>And to top it off, those damn Kennesaw socialists don't know the meaning of consecutive...bastards.
Projecting too m69?

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Dr-Sniper wrote:
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Projecting too m69?
But I bet all those damn gun-totin' Kennesaw socialist bastards know how many acres are in a city block!!!

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<quoted text>Not at all, Dr-Dumbazz.

You tell us 25 years... get caught for being the m/f c/s liar you are and change it to 25 years 'over a period of time'. You insist a city block is under an acre... and when proved (again) you are full of cr@p... you insist you don't mean every city block is under an acre, but you know of a city block somewhere in the US that is under an acre...

Happy to be here to prove you to be the liar you are and if you have problems punching yourself in the face, Dumbazz, next time you are in town...
I didn't post the 25 year statement dipshit. I simply pointed out that all you liberals were assuming it was 25 consecutive years, when that was not what was stated.
Yes I did make a mistake on the size of a city block, however, I was a hell of a lot closer using 1 acre than M69 which used 25000 acres.

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<quoted text>People don't care and half don't own weapons.

It was and is and has always been a PR stunt.
Prove half don't own weapons! You pulled that number out of your stinky ass.

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Dr-Sniper wrote:
Prove half don't own weapons!
Disprove it.

Tell us: how big is a city block?

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Dr-Sniper wrote:
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I didn't post the 25 year statement dipshit.
Ya did.

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Dr-Sniper wrote:
I was a hell of a lot closer using 1 acre
Less than an acre and we all know you can't quote to save your azz.

And here we are several days later and as you may recall I called you on it minutes after you posted it.

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