SNJ

Skien, Norway

#1411 Jul 17, 2008
Rockytopzz wrote:
The more I study Obama the more I think he does not know what he is doing. Pulling out of Iraq? Only to continue the war in Afghanistan. The war will keep on. The first time something goes wrong like Iran invading we will be right back. We're fighting Iran anyways.
He did drop the hint of affirmative action for the blacks in companies. There should be no special preference on race just merits.
He gets very upset when people make fun of him or criticize him. If he can't handle it now how is he going to handle it IF he makes President? Censorship?
Jesse Jackson called him a "N" word and wanted to cut his nutts off. A white man says that they are out the door.
People are upset especially the Liberals because they say Obama is shifting to the middle. I think Obama is lying and will say anything to get elected.
One of things Obama is upset about is all the blacks in prison. A whole lot of blacks turn Muslim while in prison. Never mind that they rape and kill more than any other race and end up in prison.
the news here today was that now - George Bush - is trying to re-establish some diplomatic connection with Iran again. The dialogue is there -would be the first time in 30 years? A start?
You know Al Qaida/Taliban: Thats Afghanistan - not that much Iraq. Afghanistan develops negatively, makes sense to escalate there now(and shooting unfortunately!)Obama is approaching some allies and their foreign policies that way, Bush is already escalating in Afghanistan. Afghanistan - will not be that much of a Dems solution only -as you perhaps think,Rocky!?

He gets angry?? He'll have to learn it the hard way then!

“Howdy”

Since: Dec 06

Mckenzie, TN

#1413 Jul 17, 2008
SNJ wrote:
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picleshawgsnout.com
Very sorry, Sir - "The page cannot be displayed
as the content develops a terrible smell,probably perishables in fermentation".
Started preparations for next summer's big barbeque session already now, have you?
LOL, I was hoping a web page would pop up.
SNJ

Skien, Norway

#1416 Jul 17, 2008
Rockytopzz wrote:
<quoted text>And what would you say to Iran when they say they want to destroy Israel?
In Dallas, Texas I read on a Topix forum about an Iranian that put his own dried feces on the produce at a grocery store.
The moment the priests and Ayatollahs try that they get blown on the sea, and they know. They're big-mouthed though, like Arabs and MidEast muslims have always been - and cowards at the end of the day (the majority of them). They are tough when they think they have the upper hand only.
I am no racist - one exception: I struggle to like Arabs....

“Howdy”

Since: Dec 06

Mckenzie, TN

#1417 Jul 17, 2008
SNJ wrote:
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the news here today was that now - George Bush - is trying to re-establish some diplomatic connection with Iran again. The dialogue is there -would be the first time in 30 years? A start?
You know Al Qaida/Taliban: Thats Afghanistan - not that much Iraq. Afghanistan develops negatively, makes sense to escalate there now(and shooting unfortunately!)Obama is approaching some allies and their foreign policies that way, Bush is already escalating in Afghanistan. Afghanistan - will not be that much of a Dems solution only -as you perhaps think,Rocky!?
He gets angry?? He'll have to learn it the hard way then!
When the President of Iran was first elected the U.S. liked him but something went wrong. But I can remember a time Saddam Hussien was our ally sort of when he was fighting Iran. Who knows? I don't.
SNJ

Skien, Norway

#1418 Jul 17, 2008
Rockytopzz wrote:
<quoted text>LOL, I was hoping a web page would pop up.
I guess you were!!

“Howdy”

Since: Dec 06

Mckenzie, TN

#1419 Jul 17, 2008
SNJ wrote:
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The moment the priests and Ayatollahs try that they get blown on the sea, and they know. They're big-mouthed though, like Arabs and MidEast muslims have always been - and cowards at the end of the day (the majority of them). They are tough when they think they have the upper hand only.
I am no racist - one exception: I struggle to like Arabs....
I think if we attack Iran they will lob their bombs over to Israel and Israel can retaliate with nuclear bombs.

“Howdy”

Since: Dec 06

Mckenzie, TN

#1420 Jul 17, 2008
SNJ wrote:
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I guess you were!!
LOL, I was highly disappointed when it did not.
Oh by the way, stop your chattering, LOL.

“Howdy”

Since: Dec 06

Mckenzie, TN

#1421 Jul 17, 2008
SNJ wrote:
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I guess you were!!
Did I tell you about my childhood friend I found on the internet? I spent part of my childhood in Oregon and we're e-mailing each other now. He is of right now fighting the forest fires in California. He says he is fighting the fires for 14 straight days but will have two days off after that. He'll probably have to go back.
SNJ

Skien, Norway

#1422 Jul 17, 2008
gRoUcHoS DiCk wrote:
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ferunt ferunt indians.
Your yellow tie is boring...
SNJ

Skien, Norway

#1423 Jul 17, 2008
Rockytopzz wrote:
<quoted text>I think if we attack Iran they will lob their bombs over to Israel and Israel can retaliate with nuclear bombs.
Or the other way round- Iran sends a few, before they arrive destination they've got 10 folds coming for them - and then you follow up and the hell is lose.
But they know so they just play air-gitars....
That's all they can afford.(Sensibly enough!)
SNJ

Skien, Norway

#1424 Jul 17, 2008
Rockytopzz wrote:
<quoted text>LOL, I was highly disappointed when it did not.
Oh by the way, stop your chattering, LOL.
The hawgsnouts made me nervous - I always chatter then - too...
SNJ

Skien, Norway

#1425 Jul 17, 2008
Rockytopzz wrote:
<quoted text>Did I tell you about my childhood friend I found on the internet? I spent part of my childhood in Oregon and we're e-mailing each other now. He is of right now fighting the forest fires in California. He says he is fighting the fires for 14 straight days but will have two days off after that. He'll probably have to go back.
No, but reminds me of my childhood friend (an American/son of an Air Force officer serving in Oslo /Nato North Command). He returned to the U.S after some 5-6 yrs and we lost contact. I frequently tried to find him, but in vain. Untill 2 yrs ago, searching on the internet, found his father's name - a cemetery in Denver Co. Tracked and did a (fantastic job if I may say so. Found the guy in Wyoming. Had been 4 times to Vietnam.
Now not so well. Plan to see him. When I called him 2 yrs ago "out of the blue" - almost 50 yrs after he left Norway -he was so surprized. I could feel his tears. It appeared his father must have kept my letters that long ago when he returned (parents separated on return)(long story).
Internett is just an enormous source!!!

(Sry you made me chatter again...)
boogs

Wixom, MI

#1426 Jul 17, 2008
SNJ wrote:
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No, but reminds me of my childhood friend (an American/son of an Air Force officer serving in Oslo /Nato North Command). He returned to the U.S after some 5-6 yrs and we lost contact. I frequently tried to find him, but in vain. Untill 2 yrs ago, searching on the internet, found his father's name - a cemetery in Denver Co. Tracked and did a (fantastic job if I may say so. Found the guy in Wyoming. Had been 4 times to Vietnam.
Now not so well. Plan to see him. When I called him 2 yrs ago "out of the blue" - almost 50 yrs after he left Norway -he was so surprized. I could feel his tears. It appeared his father must have kept my letters that long ago when he returned (parents separated on return)(long story).
Internett is just an enormous source!!!
(Sry you made me chatter again...)
Chatter on, I love stories like this & Rocky's....I, through the internet, have made contact with first & second cousins from my fathers side of the family....it was so exciting to speak with them. I learned alot about 2 aunts I don't ever remember seeing. I did of course but was too young to remember them.
SNJ

Skien, Norway

#1427 Jul 17, 2008
Rockytopzz wrote:
<quoted text>Did I tell you about my childhood friend I found on the internet? I spent part of my childhood in Oregon and we're e-mailing each other now. He is of right now fighting the forest fires in California. He says he is fighting the fires for 14 straight days but will have two days off after that. He'll probably have to go back.
I have a cousin in Ca, Santa Ana - she's leaving tmrw for Greece - i.e. leaving one forest fire area for another these days. Only in Greece they say having the fires under control now.
Greece (mediterranean) and Ca having similar climate and conditions - fires in summer time is rather common there too.
SNJ

Skien, Norway

#1428 Jul 17, 2008
boogs wrote:
<quoted text>Chatter on, I love stories like this & Rocky's....I, through the internet, have made contact with first & second cousins from my fathers side of the family....it was so exciting to speak with them. I learned alot about 2 aunts I don't ever remember seeing. I did of course but was too young to remember them.
Yes, boogs, Internett (like "Nokia" says:) "Connects people" !!

“Howdy”

Since: Dec 06

Mckenzie, TN

#1429 Jul 17, 2008
SNJ wrote:
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No, but reminds me of my childhood friend (an American/son of an Air Force officer serving in Oslo /Nato North Command). He returned to the U.S after some 5-6 yrs and we lost contact. I frequently tried to find him, but in vain. Untill 2 yrs ago, searching on the internet, found his father's name - a cemetery in Denver Co. Tracked and did a (fantastic job if I may say so. Found the guy in Wyoming. Had been 4 times to Vietnam.
Now not so well. Plan to see him. When I called him 2 yrs ago "out of the blue" - almost 50 yrs after he left Norway -he was so surprized. I could feel his tears. It appeared his father must have kept my letters that long ago when he returned (parents separated on return)(long story).
Internett is just an enormous source!!!
(Sry you made me chatter again...)
I would love to go to Canyonville, Oregon to a park that I could camp out at for a vacation. It has the South Umpqua river flowing by it, just sit on my lawn chair with my friend, sip beer and remember all the good times we had as a kid. I have lots of storys about Canyonville, my friend is hearing them all because he has forgotten but is remembering. Like the time we rode the rapids of the South Umpqua and went diving for lures for resale for the people who camped out at the park. Mountains are very big out there.

“Howdy”

Since: Dec 06

Mckenzie, TN

#1430 Jul 17, 2008
SNJ wrote:
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No, but reminds me of my childhood friend (an American/son of an Air Force officer serving in Oslo /Nato North Command). He returned to the U.S after some 5-6 yrs and we lost contact. I frequently tried to find him, but in vain. Untill 2 yrs ago, searching on the internet, found his father's name - a cemetery in Denver Co. Tracked and did a (fantastic job if I may say so. Found the guy in Wyoming. Had been 4 times to Vietnam.
Now not so well. Plan to see him. When I called him 2 yrs ago "out of the blue" - almost 50 yrs after he left Norway -he was so surprized. I could feel his tears. It appeared his father must have kept my letters that long ago when he returned (parents separated on return)(long story).
Internett is just an enormous source!!!
(Sry you made me chatter again...)
I need to ask my friend in Oregon if he can look up another friend of mine in Canyonville. All of us kids would chip in .25 cents a piece and he would moon people out the back window of the school bus.
I'm sure glad I never did things like that.

“Howdy”

Since: Dec 06

Mckenzie, TN

#1431 Jul 17, 2008
SNJ wrote:
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Yes, boogs, Internett (like "Nokia" says:) "Connects people" !!
But cannot always believe what is written. One time on a Topix forum somebody written that we were being invaded by Mexico, I mean a full fledged invasion from the military. It looked like it came from a reputable source. A whole lot of people freaked and believed it.
SNJ

Skien, Norway

#1432 Jul 17, 2008
Rockytopzz wrote:
<quoted text>But cannot always believe what is written. One time on a Topix forum somebody written that we were being invaded by Mexico, I mean a full fledged invasion from the military. It looked like it came from a reputable source. A whole lot of people freaked and believed it.
HOLD YOUR FIRE!!!
You know, you'd rather ban some parts of Hollywood -
Would make a considerable improvement to the mental health in general in America. You just scare the shit out of EACH OTHER!!
Mexicans invading? I thought you were veterans in that game!? Quietly and humbly they have invaded you already long ago and made your "Made in USA"-articles competitive in the export markets..(lol).
SNJ

Skien, Norway

#1433 Jul 17, 2008
Rockytopzz wrote:
<quoted text>I need to ask my friend in Oregon if he can look up another friend of mine in Canyonville. All of us kids would chip in .25 cents a piece and he would moon people out the back window of the school bus.
I'm sure glad I never did things like that.
( "moon someone out the back window" ....????)

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