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Will the Manchester Maniac return to N.y.to toss salads legally?

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ZCs

Brooklyn, NY

#1 Jul 5, 2011
The Manchester Maniac is tossing salads in Manchester legally so it is only right the she-he return to New York and toss salads now that is legal.
ZCs

Brooklyn, NY

#2 Jul 5, 2011
Broke back Mountain Boy,

With all your might and with all power, How many Hillbilly Mafia members can you toss salads for in A Hour?
Dr Spock

Manchester, NH

#3 Jul 6, 2011
ZCs ur projecting,,,BTW how is that gay wedding thing with you and ILAL going? Have you picked out your prison/honeymoon attire?
ZCs

Brooklyn, NY

#4 Jul 16, 2011
ILAL came and put A smack down on those ignorant Hillbillies and they are now officialy on the RUN.
Dr Phil

Manchester, NH

#5 Jul 16, 2011
mmm more homosexual postings from ZCS

ZCS is the self proclaimed expert on evrything gay.

ZCS knows the names of all the gay porn stars, all the gay wedlock laws in each and every state, ZCS knows all the prson lingo for homosexual acitivity,.... ZCS is a gay man looking for new partners in sodomy,,, it sounds to me as if ZCS is having problems with ILAL
Aunt Jemima

Manchester, NH

#6 Aug 6, 2011
ZCS you is a mistake of nature!
bigtool

Bergenfield, NJ

#7 Aug 7, 2011
keep all tacos out of the country in fact send all ni----'s back to the mother county--africa
ILAL

New York, NY

#8 Sep 16, 2011
ZCs wrote:
ILAL came and put A smack down on those ignorant Hillbillies and they are now officialy on the RUN.
That Manchester, N.H. poster who basically chimps out, imitates screen names and replies to himself on these forums is so stupid that it takes him 2 hours to watch '60 Minutes'

LOL!!!!!!!!!!
ZCs

Brooklyn, NY

#10 Nov 25, 2011
ILAL wrote:
<quoted text>
That Manchester, N.H. poster who basically chimps out, imitates screen names and replies to himself on these forums is so stupid that it takes him 2 hours to watch '60 Minutes'
LOL!!!!!!!!!!
Johnny may be falling down on the job.

Whether they like it or not, Republican presidential candidates are joining New Hampshire's intensifying gay marriage debate.

State lawmakers plan in the coming weeks to take up a measure to repeal the law allowing same-sex couples to wed and a vote is expected at some point in January the same month as New Hampshire holds the nation's first Republican presidential primary contest.

Already, candidates have been put on the spot over the divisive hot-button social issue when most, if not all, would rather be talking about the economy, voters' No. 1 concern.

The impending focus on gay marriage carries risk for several of White House contenders including former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney, Texas Gov. Rick Perry and former businessman Herman Cain whose inconsistencies on the topic are well documented. The GOP candidates' increasingly vocal support for "traditional marriage" also threatens to alienate a growing number of younger Republicans and independents here who support legal recognition of same-sex couples. That note of divisiveness could bode poorly for the eventual GOP nominee come the general election.

Even so, the Republican candidates aren't shying away from the topic as they run for the nomination of a GOP dominated by conservatives and pushed further to the right by the tea party over the last few years.

"As conservatives, we believe in the sanctity of life, we believe in the sanctity of traditional marriage, and I applaud those legislators in New Hampshire who are working to defend marriage between one man and one woman realizing that children need to be raised in a loving home by a mother and a father," Perry told a New Hampshire audience recently, becoming the latest contender to address gay marriage directly.

While the issue hasn't yet become a regular talking point on the campaign trail, most Republican candidates declare support for the effort to repeal the law. And groups like the National Organization for Marriage hope to force the presidential contenders to publicly embrace the repeal.

"We will be using all the tools at our disposal to lobby the New Hampshire legislature and the broader population," said Christopher Plante, regional director for the National Organization for Marriage. "One of those tools is the echo chamber of presidential candidates continuing to show their support of marriage as defined by one man and one woman."

Plante concedes that for some candidates, "there has been an evolution on a number of fronts" on this issue.

Romney was the Massachusetts governor when his state legalized gay marriage. The Romney administration, as directed by the courts, granted nearly 200 same-sex marriage requests for gay and lesbian couples in 2005.
ZCs gay expertise

Manchester, NH

#11 Nov 25, 2011
ZCs demonstrates once again that he is the expert on all things homosexual,,... gay marriage and gay sex acts,,.. ZCS is thw owrld expert on these things
ZCs gay expertise

Manchester, NH

#12 Nov 26, 2011
ZCs wrote:
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Johnny may be falling down on the job.
Whether they like it or not, Republican presidential candidates are joining New Hampshire's intensifying gay marriage debate.
State lawmakers plan in the coming weeks to take up a measure to repeal the law allowing same-sex couples to wed and a vote is expected at some point in January the same month as New Hampshire holds the nation's first Republican presidential primary contest.
Already, candidates have been put on the spot over the divisive hot-button social issue when most, if not all, would rather be talking about the economy, voters' No. 1 concern.
The impending focus on gay marriage carries risk for several of White House contenders including former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney, Texas Gov. Rick Perry and former businessman Herman Cain whose inconsistencies on the topic are well documented. The GOP candidates' increasingly vocal support for "traditional marriage" also threatens to alienate a growing number of younger Republicans and independents here who support legal recognition of same-sex couples. That note of divisiveness could bode poorly for the eventual GOP nominee come the general election.
Even so, the Republican candidates aren't shying away from the topic as they run for the nomination of a GOP dominated by conservatives and pushed further to the right by the tea party over the last few years.
"As conservatives, we believe in the sanctity of life, we believe in the sanctity of traditional marriage, and I applaud those legislators in New Hampshire who are working to defend marriage between one man and one woman realizing that children need to be raised in a loving home by a mother and a father," Perry told a New Hampshire audience recently, becoming the latest contender to address gay marriage directly.
While the issue hasn't yet become a regular talking point on the campaign trail, most Republican candidates declare support for the effort to repeal the law. And groups like the National Organization for Marriage hope to force the presidential contenders to publicly embrace the repeal.
"We will be using all the tools at our disposal to lobby the New Hampshire legislature and the broader population," said Christopher Plante, regional director for the National Organization for Marriage. "One of those tools is the echo chamber of presidential candidates continuing to show their support of marriage as defined by one man and one woman."
Plante concedes that for some candidates, "there has been an evolution on a number of fronts" on this issue.
Romney was the Massachusetts governor when his state legalized gay marriage. The Romney administration, as directed by the courts, granted nearly 200 same-sex marriage requests for gay and lesbian couples in 2005.
Most people have normal hobbies,.. ZCs tracks all things pertaining to homsexuality and gay sex acts,,... what does this tell us about ZCs?
The Honky Tonk Man

Brooklyn, NY

#13 Dec 22, 2011
Manchester, Happy Hanukah to you and all your

hillbilly scumbags!!
Zcs gaylife expert

Manchester, NH

#15 Dec 22, 2011
The Honky Tonk Man wrote:
Manchester, Happy Hanukah to you and all your
hillbilly scumbags!!
ZCS! Happy Kwanza to you and your prison butt buddies!... BTW I am not Jewish and hillbillies do not live in New England!,,,,, Stick to your specialities such as all things homosexual!
ZCs

Brooklyn, NY

#16 Dec 23, 2011
Zcs gaylife expert wrote:
<quoted text>ZCS! Happy Kwanza to you and your prison butt buddies!... BTW I am not Jewish and hillbillies do not live in New England!,,,,, Stick to your specialities such as all things homosexual!
You really should consider an anger management course in

between tossing salads.
Zcs gaylife expert

Manchester, NH

#17 Dec 23, 2011
ZCs wrote:
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You really should consider an anger management course in
between tossing salads.
you seem fixated on tossing saladsand "kockslingng",,... did you learn about anything else in prison? I bet u were a natural!
ZCs

United States

#18 Dec 26, 2011
Zcs gaylife expert wrote:
<quoted text>ZCS! Happy Kwanza to you and your prison butt buddies!... BTW I am not Jewish and hillbillies do not live in New England!,,,,, Stick to your specialities such as all things homosexual!
it is true, all of what you say is true!
ILAL

United States

#19 Dec 26, 2011
ZCS I love you so much!
ILAL

United States

#20 Dec 26, 2011
ILAL wrote:
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That Manchester, N.H. poster who basically chimps out, imitates screen names and replies to himself on these forums is so stupid that it takes him 2 hours to watch '60 Minutes'
LOL!!!!!!!!!!
oh sweetums,,... we both know he is right,,... u needs to get anger management like da judge done said,... if u cnat control your temper,,... i will not let u suckmydik
ZCS

United States

#21 Dec 26, 2011
noooo,,... please dont do that to me ILAL
the real truth

Brooklyn, NY

#26 Jun 18, 2012
The Honky Tonk Man wrote:
Manchester, Happy Hanukah to you and all your
hillbilly scumbags!!
This post is funny as well as the name of this forum.
What's even funnier is the dopey, doofus dork replying to himself while screen name impersonating.

LOL!!!!!!!!!!

That doofus, geekboy nerd is in bad need of his Ritalin.

LOL!!!!!!!!!!

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