In America, atheists are still in the...

In America, atheists are still in the closet

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#47945 Mar 31, 2013
barefoot2626 wrote:
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I don't have time for your diatribe, do try to make your point, my time has value.
Yours... not so much.
The fact you are here on this thread proves you a following me, dingus.
Why you want to embarrass yourself to another audience is beyond me but I don't spend much time trying to figure out why you would post things that are so very stupid.
Stupid is as stupid does?
you time isn't valuable or you wouldn't be posting lies & nonsense one right after another here on Topix besides you are embarrassing yourself with nonsense and lies you post daily and now making crazy accusations and The fact has been proven that you are here on this thread proves you a following me, dingus.

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#47946 Mar 31, 2013
Anonymous of Indy wrote:
<quoted text>you time isn't valuable .
It is more valuable than yours, dear, but I have the ability to multitask.

Right now, for example, I am waiting for the thin set to dry.

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#47947 Mar 31, 2013
Anonymous of Indy wrote:
The fact has been proven that you are here on this thread proves you a following me, dingus.
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Really?

When was your first post on this thread, AnalOrifice?

Why are you posting links on other threads to come here, Shug?
SupaAFC

Leven, UK

#47948 Mar 31, 2013
barefoot2626 wrote:
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It's almost as Barefoot told you he doesn't answer loaded questions and you are surprised because he keeps his word.
What I know is that you simply do not answer questions because you do not actually have any answers.
barefoot2626 wrote:
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And we all know your word is worthless- as we saw you bristished out of a bet.
Only that you, Mr "Quotes Exactly", have never got round to showing where a bet was agreed.

You are lying every time you post this - and everybody knows.
barefoot2626 wrote:
<quoted text>Those of us who can read know that Barefoot 'answered' this question on this thread before SuperFAG asked it.
I agree with the parenthesis used with answered considering that you did not answer the question in your own black-or-white terms.

You demand people answer your question with either yes or no - nobody is allowed to elaborate. Yet when I ask:

Is the United States a republic, yes or no?

You go silent.

You post an average of 70-80 posts on this forum, daily. It should not be hard for you to type a two or three letter word.

But that's right - as you have already stated, you do not answer "loaded" questions.

You do not answer any questions.

Because Barefoot has no substance to his arguments.
barefoot2626 wrote:
<quoted text>Of course, Barefoot could ask SuperFAG to bet on it but we all know SuperFAG word isn't worth the sh!t that someone scrapes off his shoes before he walks into the house.

As SuperFAG has already britished out of the last bet.
Encyclopaedia Britannica, anyone?

I asked:

Why is it so important to you that Britain has to be a monarchy?

Manchild's non-answer:
barefoot2626 wrote:
<quoted text>Britain?

The United KING_dom is a monarchy. The sun rises in the east.

You are a coward and your word is worthless. You are British.

But I repeat myself.
We can tick "arguing for the sake of arguing".
barefoot2626 wrote:
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I picked on what you said exactly and posted your exact quote and I jammed the exact quote up your azz, and we both know if were in the same pub, it would not be figurative.
You picked on a scrap, a smidget of a post, to avoid the argument.
When are you going to be ready to actually debate the facts instead of hiding behind words?
barefoot2626 wrote:
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Is the United KING_dom a monarchy, yes or no?
Is the United States a republic, yes or no?
barefoot2626 wrote:
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Does the Queen appoint the prime minister- exactly as I said- yes or no?
Does the Electoral College elect the President? Yes or no?
barefoot2626 wrote:
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Does 'unanimous' mean everyone, SuperFAG: because I say it does.
Going for the pawn, ignoring the King.
barefoot2626 wrote:
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Funny how every single time it comes up, when yes or no questions are asked, I am correct, and you are left crying.
Funny how when we play your own game you refuse to answer them on the grounds of them being "loaded questions".

Yet you expect others to play by your double standard.
barefoot2626 wrote:
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Is the United KING_dom a monarchy, yes or no?
It's a yes or no question and that is the totality of the argument.
Is the United States a republic, yes or no?

It's a yes or no question and that is the totality of the argument.

Barefoot goes silent. Barefoot runs from his own questions. He cowers in fear in the face of his own rules being used against him.

And everybody knows why.

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#47949 Mar 31, 2013
barefoot2626 wrote:
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It is more valuable than yours, dear, but I have the ability to multitask.
Right now, for example, I am waiting for the thin set to dry.
whatever, post some more B.S. which all it is.

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#47950 Mar 31, 2013
SupaAFC wrote:
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What I know is that you simply do not answer questions because you do not actually have any answers.
<quoted text>
Only that you, Mr "Quotes Exactly", have never got round to showing where a bet was agreed.
You are lying every time you post this - and everybody knows.
<quoted text>
I agree with the parenthesis used with answered considering that you did not answer the question in your own black-or-white terms.
You demand people answer your question with either yes or no - nobody is allowed to elaborate. Yet when I ask:
Is the United States a republic, yes or no?
You go silent.
You post an average of 70-80 posts on this forum, daily. It should not be hard for you to type a two or three letter word.
But that's right - as you have already stated, you do not answer "loaded" questions.
You do not answer any questions.
Because Barefoot has no substance to his arguments.
<quoted text>
Encyclopaedia Britannica, anyone?
I asked:
Why is it so important to you that Britain has to be a monarchy?
Manchild's non-answer:
<quoted text>
We can tick "arguing for the sake of arguing".
<quoted text>
You picked on a scrap, a smidget of a post, to avoid the argument.
When are you going to be ready to actually debate the facts instead of hiding behind words?
<quoted text>
Is the United States a republic, yes or no?
<quoted text>
Does the Electoral College elect the President? Yes or no?
<quoted text>
Going for the pawn, ignoring the King.
<quoted text>
Funny how when we play your own game you refuse to answer them on the grounds of them being "loaded questions".
Yet you expect others to play by your double standard.
<quoted text>
Is the United States a republic, yes or no?
It's a yes or no question and that is the totality of the argument.
Barefoot goes silent. Barefoot runs from his own questions. He cowers in fear in the face of his own rules being used against him.
And everybody knows why.
good post of showing all the B.S. posted by barefoot2626

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#47951 Mar 31, 2013
SupaAFC wrote:
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What I know is that you simply do not answer questions because
Because you only asked loaded question, SuperFAG and after I have pulled down your panties and kicked you squarely in in shriveled nutsack.

Is the United King_dom a monarchy, yes or no?

Putting aside you have already britished out of a bet.

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#47952 Mar 31, 2013
SupaAFC wrote:
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What I know is that you simply do not answer questions because you do not actually have any answers.
PS: you should also be well away of the fact I do not answer questions that I have already answered fifty times.

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#47953 Mar 31, 2013
Anonymous of Indy wrote:
<quoted text>whatever, post
Now AnalOrifice, I am sure you want to prove that you are right here and I am wrong.

Show us where you posted ahead of me.

It may be there.

Because it sure is going to look like you are full of cr@p- like SuperFAG- and stuck moving the goalpost for another year.

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#47954 Mar 31, 2013
Anonymous of Indy wrote:
<quoted text>good post of showing all the B.S. posted by barefoot2626
Still waiting for you to prove your statement that I am following you here, AnalyOrifice.

The only time SuperFAG can prove anything I "said" was wrong is when he "quotes" me, proclaiming that it is what I meant to say, and proves what he says I meant to say was wrong.

I on the other hand simply point to EXACTLY what he says and proves (with sources) that he is full of [email protected]

You know, like when you come here and announce that the tea party is "left" even though it is part of the Republican party and GOP members think they are too far right even for the GOP.

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#47955 Mar 31, 2013
barefoot2626 wrote:
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Still waiting for you to prove your statement that I am following you here, AnalyOrifice.
The only time SuperFAG can prove anything I "said" was wrong is when he "quotes" me, proclaiming that it is what I meant to say, and proves what he says I meant to say was wrong.
I on the other hand simply point to EXACTLY what he says and proves (with sources) that he is full of [email protected]
You know, like when you come here and announce that the tea party is "left" even though it is part of the Republican party and GOP members think they are too far right even for the GOP.
right here is proof just more B.S. posted.

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#47956 Mar 31, 2013
Anonymous of Indy wrote:
<quoted text>right here is proof just more B.S. posted.
yeah... proof.

Do show us all how I am following you when it seems obvious to everyone that it is the other way around.

Are you counting other aliases?

I have just the one, dear.

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#47957 Mar 31, 2013
Anonymous of Indy wrote:
...The fact has been proven that you are here on this thread proves you a following me, dingus.
Show us, AnalyofOrifice.

“Sweden more democratic thanUSA”

Since: Jun 12

Södertälje, Sweden

#47958 Mar 31, 2013
USA = Republic and less democratic than South Korea,Mauritius,Uruguay,Czech Republic,United Kingdom,Malta,Germany,Ireland, Austria,Luxembourg,The Netherlands,Finland,Canada,Swi tzerland,Australia,New Zealand,Denmark,Iceland,Sweden ,Norway,

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/03/21/demo...

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#47959 Mar 31, 2013
Mikko wrote:
USA = Republic and less democratic
~stomp stomp stomp~

KINGdom of Sweden = monarchy.

English language.

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#47960 Mar 31, 2013
barefoot2626 wrote:
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yeah... proof.
Do show us all how I am following you when it seems obvious to everyone that it is the other way around.
Are you counting other aliases?
I have just the one, dear.
I doubt that.

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#47961 Mar 31, 2013
Anonymous of Indy wrote:
<quoted text>I doubt that.
Don't care, Shug, but you can show everyone here where you posted before I posted and that I am following you around.

I'd bet you money but then I know your type: I'd prove it and you would just british out of the bet.

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#47962 Mar 31, 2013
barefoot2626 wrote:
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Don't care, Shug, but you can show everyone here where you posted before I posted and that I am following you around.
I'd bet you money but then I know your type: I'd prove it and you would just british out of the bet.
we know your type too compulsive liars

“Sweden more democratic thanUSA”

Since: Jun 12

Södertälje, Sweden

#47963 Apr 1, 2013
barefoot2626 wrote:
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~stomp stomp stomp~
KINGdom of Sweden = monarchy.
English language.
still stomping like a three year old child
monarchies can be democracies
don't know why you write that so i counter with swedish language.

“Sweden more democratic thanUSA”

Since: Jun 12

Södertälje, Sweden

#47964 Apr 1, 2013
USA = Republic and less democratic than South Korea,Mauritius,Uruguay,Czech Republic,United Kingdom,Malta,Germany,Ireland, Austria,Luxembourg,The Netherlands,Finland,Canada,Swi tzerland,Australia,New Zealand,Denmark,Iceland,Sweden ,Norway, and barefoot is screaming like a little child and stomping

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