Norton

Hollister, MO

#75039 Jan 12, 2013
Poos ur daddy wrote:
<quoted text>
Just a heads up--The other thread you've been posting on involves a legitimate tragedy but the person you're responding to is a looney toons troll baiting you.....
i do post a lot. Which thread were you referring to?

“this is a dark ride”

Since: Aug 10

Earth

#75040 Jan 12, 2013
Norton wrote:
<quoted text>
i do post a lot. Which thread were you referring to?
you were responding to Demons.,.

“this is a dark ride”

Since: Aug 10

Earth

#75041 Jan 12, 2013
Norton wrote:
<quoted text>
i do post a lot. Which thread were you referring to?
Just playing, look at the thread about "Alton teenager..." and review Remona's posts
SuZ

Springfield, MO

#75042 Jan 12, 2013
I think Dr., nurses , fire and rescue so forth are required to report.
See we've crossed paths.
GOP Confederacy of DUNCES

Saint Louis, MO

#75044 Jan 12, 2013
Illegal Muslim Prez wrote:
SMOKING LIBERAL CRACK
My Hood conservative experience includes real-life zombies and their victimizers, mutually addicted to the same chemical weapon deployed to further destroy the inner city.
Liberal critics whine that I pick on urban crackheads and their victimizers, crack dealers. In the spirit of fellowship, Iíll now address its political form: liberal crack.
Liberalism is the most potent form of crack known to man.
Once hooked, you sell your soul, family, earning capacity, and vote so you can get another hit of the programs they push.
The Democrat Party could be renamed the Demo-crack party for its addictive policies.
President Obama hasnít fielded policies that boost job creation, but he has boosted the number of Americans on food stamps and unemployment insurance.
Once addicted, abject fear of being cut off drives them to vote Democrat even if Satan himself is on the ballot, which is what conservatives have accused for years.
So I despise them all: sidewalk zombies, street dealers, suite dealers (program-pushing politicians), and undead voters chasing the next hit.
Smoking liberal crack, in its many forms, is the worst thing any American can do.
http://www.westernjournalism.com/smoking-libe...
Oh Uncle FAKE-vet ...please tell us another FAIRY tale ...the best one was about you serving in the military and being a patriot...you're so so funny!!!!!!!
Working tax payer

United States

#75045 Jan 13, 2013
Who the heck cares! Old hash shut up about it !

“Just a lil' humor there.....”

Since: Sep 12

OR NOT .... <[;-)

#75046 Jan 13, 2013
Norton wrote:
<quoted text>
Honestly, I think you are nuts!
CHEERS!
OMG - a Norton replying to another Norton.
**Hmmmm, and this one I agree with.**

Shocked to see you all still here.
:)

“Just a lil' humor there.....”

Since: Sep 12

OR NOT .... <[;-)

#75047 Jan 13, 2013
Working tax payer wrote:
Who the heck cares! Old hash shut up about it !
I love floaters like this comment.
No offense Working tax payer - I agree where it concerns the title of this old thread.

I do however, now have a craving for some cornbeef hash.
;~)
NAKEDHUSBANDS

Saint Louis, MO

#75048 Jan 13, 2013
PESCreate wrote:
<quoted text>
I love floaters like this comment.
No offense Working tax payer - I agree where it concerns the title of this old thread.
I do however, now have a craving for some cornbeef hash.
;~)
Nice Legs!
NAKEDhusbands

Saint Louis, MO

#75049 Jan 13, 2013
Largelanguage wrote:
I hope somebody puts a bullet in Obama's head.
Threatening the President of the United States is a class D felony under United States Code Title 18, Section 871.

The offense is punishable by five to ten years in prison,a $250,000 maximum fine, a $100 special assessment, and 3 years of supervised release.

Internet restrictions such as a prohibition on access to email have been imposed on offenders who made their threats by computer. The U.S. Sentencing Guidelines set a base offense level of 12 for sending threatening communication, but when a threat to the President is involved, a 6-level "official victim" enhancement applies.

Moreover, "an upward departure may be warranted due to the potential disruption of the governmental function." Further enhancements can apply if the offender evidenced an intent to carry out the threat (6-level enhancement); made more than two threats (2-level enhancement); caused substantial disruption of public, governmental, or business functions or services (4-level enhancement); or created a substantial risk of inciting others to harm federal officials (2-level enhancement).

Since each 6-level increase approximately doubles the Guidelines sentencing range, it is not particularly rare for an offender who threatens the President to receive a sentence at or near the maximum, especially if he has a criminal history and/or does not qualify for a reduction for acceptance of responsibility.

There is a 4-level decrease available for a threat involving a "single instance evidencing little or no deliberation", which would usually apply to spur-of-the-moment verbal threats.

The maximum penalty for threatening a United States judge or a Federal law enforcement officer is 10 years imprisonment ó double the maximum penalty for threatening the President.

You need to get a REALLY good defense laywer...I doubt you have any money...so you'll be in jail, and you deserve to be!

“this is a dark ride”

Since: Aug 10

Earth

#75050 Jan 13, 2013
LargeLanguage may be investigated by Secret Service....
Illegal Muslim Prez

Ozark, MO

#75051 Jan 13, 2013
THE BATTLE OF ATHENS TENN 1946
This is where we may be headed. Tyrannical government will not be tolerated by "We the People". The 2nd Amendment is non negotiable.

This iz one of those moveez that you don't see all the time and is very hard to find. Although a movie the was an true account dated back in 1946. The event is sometimes cited by firearms ownership advocates as an example of the value of the Second Amendment in combating tyranny.

The primary election was held on August 1. To intimidate voters, Mansfield brought in some 200 armed "deputies." GI poll-watchers were beaten almost at once. At about 3 p.m., Tom Gillespie, an African- American voter was told by a sheriff's deputy that he could not vote. Despite being beaten, Gillespie persisted. The enraged deputy shot him. The gunshot drew a crowd. Rumors spread that Gillespie had been shot in the back; he later recovered. Other deputies detained ex-GI poll-watchers in a polling place, as that made the ballot counting "public." A crowd gathered. Sheriff Mansfield told his deputies to disperse the crowd. When the two ex-GIs smashed a big window and escaped, the crowd surged forward. The deputies, with guns drawn, formed a tight half-circle around the front of the polling place. One deputy, "his gun raised high...shouted:'If you sons of bitches cross this street I'll kill you!'"

Mansfield took the ballot boxes to the jail for counting. The deputies seemed to fear immediate attack by the "people who had just liberated Europe and the South Pacific from two of the most powerful war machines in human history"

Short of firearms and ammunition, the GIs scoured the county to find them. By borrowing keys to the National Guard and State Guard armories, they got three M1 Garand rifles, five .45 semi-automatic pistols and 24 British Enfield rifles. The armories were nearly empty after the war's end. By 8 p.m. a group of GIs and "local boys" headed for the jail but left the back door unguarded to give the jail's defenders an easy way out.

Three GIs alerting passersby to danger were fired on from the jail. Two GIs were wounded. Other GIs returned fire.

Firing subsided after 30 minutes; ammunition ran low and night had fallen. Thick brick walls shielded those inside the jail. Absent radios, the GIs' rifle fire was uncoordinated. "From the hillside fire rose and fell in disorganized cascades. More than anything else, people were simply shooting at the jail"

Several who ventured into the street in front of the jail were wounded. One man inside the jail was badly hurt; he recovered. Most sheriff's deputies wanted to hunker down and await rescue. Governor McCord mobilized the State Guard, perhaps to scare the GIs into withdrawing. The State Guard never went to Athens. McCord may have feared that Guard units filled with ex-GIs might not fire on other ex-GIs.

At about 2 a.m. on August 2, the GIs forced the issue. Men from Meigs County threw dynamite sticks and damaged the jail's porch. The panicked deputies surrendered. GIs quickly secured the building. Paul Cantrell faded into the night, having almost been shot by a GI who knew him, but whose .45 pistol had jammed. Mansfield's deputies were kept overnight in jail for their own safety. Calm soon returned. The GIs posted guards. The rifles borrowed from the armory were cleaned and returned before sunup.

YOUTUBE:
General Sherman

Saint Louis, MO

#75052 Jan 13, 2013
Illegal Muslim Prez wrote:
THE BATTLE OF ATHENS TENN 1946
This is where we may be headed. Tyrannical government will not be tolerated by "We the People". The 2nd Amendment is non negotiable.
This iz one of those moveez that you don't see all the time and is very hard to find. Although a movie the was an true account dated back in 1946. The event is sometimes cited by firearms ownership advocates as an example of the value of the Second Amendment in combating tyranny.
The primary election was held on August 1. To intimidate voters, Mansfield brought in some 200 armed "deputies." GI poll-watchers were beaten almost at once. At about 3 p.m., Tom Gillespie, an African- American voter was told by a sheriff's deputy that he could not vote. Despite being beaten, Gillespie persisted. The enraged deputy shot him. The gunshot drew a crowd. Rumors spread that Gillespie had been shot in the back; he later recovered. Other deputies detained ex-GI poll-watchers in a polling place, as that made the ballot counting "public." A crowd gathered. Sheriff Mansfield told his deputies to disperse the crowd. When the two ex-GIs smashed a big window and escaped, the crowd surged forward. The deputies, with guns drawn, formed a tight half-circle around the front of the polling place. One deputy, "his gun raised high...shouted:'If you sons of bitches cross this street I'll kill you!'"
Mansfield took the ballot boxes to the jail for counting. The deputies seemed to fear immediate attack by the "people who had just liberated Europe and the South Pacific from two of the most powerful war machines in human history"
Short of firearms and ammunition, the GIs scoured the county to find them. By borrowing keys to the National Guard and State Guard armories, they got three M1 Garand rifles, five .45 semi-automatic pistols and 24 British Enfield rifles. The armories were nearly empty after the war's end. By 8 p.m. a group of GIs and "local boys" headed for the jail but left the back door unguarded to give the jail's defenders an easy way out.
Three GIs alerting passersby to danger were fired on from the jail. Two GIs were wounded. Other GIs returned fire.
Firing subsided after 30 minutes; ammunition ran low and night had fallen. Thick brick walls shielded those inside the jail. Absent radios, the GIs' rifle fire was uncoordinated. "From the hillside fire rose and fell in disorganized cascades. More than anything else, people were simply shooting at the jail"
Several who ventured into the street in front of the jail were wounded. One man inside the jail was badly hurt; he recovered. Most sheriff's deputies wanted to hunker down and await rescue. Governor McCord mobilized the State Guard, perhaps to scare the GIs into withdrawing. The State Guard never went to Athens. McCord may have feared that Guard units filled with ex-GIs might not fire on other ex-GIs.
At about 2 a.m. on August 2, the GIs forced the issue. Men from Meigs County threw dynamite sticks and damaged the jail's porch. The panicked deputies surrendered. GIs quickly secured the building. Paul Cantrell faded into the night, having almost been shot by a GI who knew him, but whose .45 pistol had jammed. Mansfield's deputies were kept overnight in jail for their own safety. Calm soon returned. The GIs posted guards. The rifles borrowed from the armory were cleaned and returned before sunup.
YOUTUBE: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v =T9tUQxsrQGwXX
I love the smell of Burning Red State Trailer Homes in the morning!

“On Nov. 4 -- NO Tea Party”

Since: Sep 09

Say "NO" to TeaPub Elephants!

#75053 Jan 13, 2013
Illegal Muslim Prez wrote:
... Liberalism is the most potent form of crack known to man. Once hooked, you sell your soul, family, earning capacity, and vote so you can get another hit of the programs they push.
The Democrat Party could be renamed the Demo-crack party for its addictive policies....
Ah, hahahahahahahaha! That's really some funny goofy sh*t!_8-)

Wanna talk about Oxycontin?

“On Nov. 4 -- NO Tea Party”

Since: Sep 09

Say "NO" to TeaPub Elephants!

#75054 Jan 13, 2013
Poos ur daddy wrote:
<quoted text>
Speaking of the World Trade Center -- you might want to look into how Building #7 fell without a plane hitting it.... just sayin
Don't confuse "Norton." I agree. Building 7 was interesting.

“On Nov. 4 -- NO Tea Party”

Since: Sep 09

Say "NO" to TeaPub Elephants!

#75055 Jan 13, 2013
PESCreate wrote:
<quoted text>
OMG - a Norton replying to another Norton.
**Hmmmm, and this one I agree with.**
Shocked to see you all still here.
:)
"Norton" is a bit schizophrenic.

We are not all here, for many reasons. 1) We never were, 2) The biggest loser, "Smifville," hasn't had the courage to show back up again since his ridiculous predictions about the election were SO WRONG, 3) "StrongProudConservative " at least showed up for a few weeks, took his drubbing and moved on, 4) "Sir Traveler" finally got embarrassed about his inordinate interest in young girls and skittered away.

Good to see you back!
bea

United States

#75056 Jan 13, 2013
I see they found someone else to bash and smash. Careful preachers and easy beleivers......you may be next on the hot forum!

“The strength of science is”

Since: Jan 11

founded in facts.

#75057 Jan 13, 2013
PESCreate wrote:
<quoted text>
OMG - a Norton replying to another Norton.
**Hmmmm, and this one I agree with.**
Shocked to see you all still here.
:)
It might be an actual sign of the apocalypse.

Not here as often as I used to be, but here alive and well. Fake Vet is still avoiding looking for work by posting his ravings here. Norton is still trying to give Christianity a bad name by spreading his fascist version of it on here and an old poster has come back under new names for another round of butt kickings because he didn't get enough before.

Just like old times.
Largelanguage

Rhyl, UK

#75058 Jan 13, 2013
Norton wrote:
<quoted text>
Buddhism (I checked the spelling, I was right the first time) is the philosphy and the religion. The Buddha (not his name, his title) was the philosopher. At no point did Buddha ever ascend to godhood.
Seriously, you can't be this ignorant.
A religion without a diety? The fifth Buddha will return will he? A diety!

“The strength of science is”

Since: Jan 11

founded in facts.

#75059 Jan 13, 2013
NAKEDhusbands wrote:
<quoted text>
Threatening the President of the United States is a class D felony under United States Code Title 18, Section 871.
The offense is punishable by five to ten years in prison,a $250,000 maximum fine, a $100 special assessment, and 3 years of supervised release.
Internet restrictions such as a prohibition on access to email have been imposed on offenders who made their threats by computer. The U.S. Sentencing Guidelines set a base offense level of 12 for sending threatening communication, but when a threat to the President is involved, a 6-level "official victim" enhancement applies.
Moreover, "an upward departure may be warranted due to the potential disruption of the governmental function." Further enhancements can apply if the offender evidenced an intent to carry out the threat (6-level enhancement); made more than two threats (2-level enhancement); caused substantial disruption of public, governmental, or business functions or services (4-level enhancement); or created a substantial risk of inciting others to harm federal officials (2-level enhancement).
Since each 6-level increase approximately doubles the Guidelines sentencing range, it is not particularly rare for an offender who threatens the President to receive a sentence at or near the maximum, especially if he has a criminal history and/or does not qualify for a reduction for acceptance of responsibility.
There is a 4-level decrease available for a threat involving a "single instance evidencing little or no deliberation", which would usually apply to spur-of-the-moment verbal threats.
The maximum penalty for threatening a United States judge or a Federal law enforcement officer is 10 years imprisonment ó double the maximum penalty for threatening the President.
You need to get a REALLY good defense laywer...I doubt you have any money...so you'll be in jail, and you deserve to be!
Dan Mortinsane finally went too far did he. It was only a matter of time. He likes to threaten people physically on here. The FBI will have fun reading his insane posts under all his different names and piecing it all back together.

They probably already have a file for him now that I think about it. Probably have one on Fake Vet too.

Not surprised at all.

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