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“Chasing Chunky's Chicks”

Since: Jun 11

Jackson Hole

#726 Jul 13, 2011
water_nymph wrote:
And if that wasn't enough:
''If we took away the minimum wage -- if conceivably it was gone -- we could potentially virtually wipe out unemployment completely because we would be able to offer jobs at whatever level.''
—Michele Bachmann, Jan. 2005
(Soooo, if we did away with minimum wage we could offer dishwashers Congressional pay and benefits?)
''[Pelosi] is committed to her global warming fanaticism to the point where she has said she has even said she is trying to save the planet. We all know that someone did that 2,000 years ago.''
—Rep. Michele Bachmann, Oct. 2008
(Guess she doesn't realize that nature is not religious.)
''I want people in Minnesota armed and dangerous on this issue of the energy tax because we need to fight back. Thomas Jefferson told us 'having a revolution every now and then is a good thing,' and the people -- we the people -- are going to have to fight back hard if we're not going to lose our country.''
—Rep. Michele Bachmann, March 2009
( Is she going to put out a target list on the internet like Palin did?)
''I just take the Bible for what it is, I guess, and recognize that I am not a scientist, not trained to be a scientist. I'm not a deep thinker on all of this. I wish I was. I wish I was more knowledgeable, but I'm not a scientist.''
—Michele Bachmann, September 2003
(No kidding.)
''That's why people need to continue to go to the town halls, continue to melt the phone lines of their liberal members of Congress, and let them know, under no certain circumstances will I give the government control over my body and my health care decisions.''
—Rep. Michele Bachmann (R-MN), a pro-lifer who completely missed the irony of using the same slogan as the pro-choice movement in arguing against health care reform
(This from the woman who wants to ban abortion forever)
''I think if we give Glenn Beck the numbers, he can solve this [the national debt].''
—Rep. Michele Bachmann, Feb. 2011
(Yeah, lets give the figures to Glenn Beck and let him run them through his fundamentalist brain. Yes! 2 + 2 DOES equal 5!)
'It is horrific to know that in the African American community, 50 percent of all African American pregnancies in the United States end in abortion, 50 percent. That is a genocide of African Americans of the United States. It should not be. There are Americans all across this country who would love to adopt African American babies, but they can't because 50 percent of all African American pregnancies today are ending in abortion.''
—Rep. Michele Bachmann, Feb. 2009
(Yet there are hundreds of thousands of African American babies who need adopting and are waiting for some of these people to step up and do so.)
This is only the tip of the iceberg that is Michelle Bachmann.
I thought no one could be worse than Palin. I was wrong.
Unbelievable! But she likes Glenn Beck! Does she know he's a former radio DJ turned Mormon nut case? That guy will say and do anything for a buck.

“Pillars of Creation....”

Since: Jan 11

Into this world we're thrown

#727 Jul 13, 2011
Chunky Punky wrote:
<quoted text>
Yes!
You missed something!
You brought up Corel. Hedy LAmARR'S LIKENESS WAS ON ALL THE BOXES!!!!!
http://www.lycos.com/info/hedy-lamarr--corel-...
LOL.........All the boxes except mine, I just checked, but thats interesting.........

“Trolls are Clueless”

Since: Dec 07

Aptos, California

#728 Jul 13, 2011
water_nymph wrote:
And if that wasn't enough:
''If we took away the minimum wage -- if conceivably it was gone -- we could potentially virtually wipe out unemployment completely because we would be able to offer jobs at whatever level.''
—Michele Bachmann, Jan. 2005
(Soooo, if we did away with minimum wage we could offer dishwashers Congressional pay and benefits?)
''[Pelosi] is committed to her global warming fanaticism to the point where she has said she has even said she is trying to save the planet. We all know that someone did that 2,000 years ago.''
—Rep. Michele Bachmann, Oct. 2008
(Guess she doesn't realize that nature is not religious.)
''I want people in Minnesota armed and dangerous on this issue of the energy tax because we need to fight back. Thomas Jefferson told us 'having a revolution every now and then is a good thing,' and the people -- we the people -- are going to have to fight back hard if we're not going to lose our country.''
—Rep. Michele Bachmann, March 2009
( Is she going to put out a target list on the internet like Palin did?)
''I just take the Bible for what it is, I guess, and recognize that I am not a scientist, not trained to be a scientist. I'm not a deep thinker on all of this. I wish I was. I wish I was more knowledgeable, but I'm not a scientist.''
—Michele Bachmann, September 2003
(No kidding.)
''That's why people need to continue to go to the town halls, continue to melt the phone lines of their liberal members of Congress, and let them know, under no certain circumstances will I give the government control over my body and my health care decisions.''
—Rep. Michele Bachmann (R-MN), a pro-lifer who completely missed the irony of using the same slogan as the pro-choice movement in arguing against health care reform
(This from the woman who wants to ban abortion forever)
''I think if we give Glenn Beck the numbers, he can solve this [the national debt].''
—Rep. Michele Bachmann, Feb. 2011
(Yeah, lets give the figures to Glenn Beck and let him run them through his fundamentalist brain. Yes! 2 + 2 DOES equal 5!)
'It is horrific to know that in the African American community, 50 percent of all African American pregnancies in the United States end in abortion, 50 percent. That is a genocide of African Americans of the United States. It should not be. There are Americans all across this country who would love to adopt African American babies, but they can't because 50 percent of all African American pregnancies today are ending in abortion.''
—Rep. Michele Bachmann, Feb. 2009
(Yet there are hundreds of thousands of African American babies who need adopting and are waiting for some of these people to step up and do so.)
This is only the tip of the iceberg that is Michelle Bachmann.
I thought no one could be worse than Palin. I was wrong.
I'm not a scientist, I'm not a scientist, she says....

That reminds me of Richard Nixon saying I'm not a crook.

I guess the only difference is she is actually telling the truth.

“YO BOO”

Since: Sep 07

land of BOO

#729 Jul 13, 2011
It reminds me of when Bubba Clintn the horny hick lied like a dog to the American people... I never lost my load on that that little fat girls blue dress... that lying bastard...
Lost In Transition

Covington, LA

#730 Jul 13, 2011
indigochild wrote:
<quoted text>I did not but there were articles about it all over the Internet. I think it is interesting to note the increase of 'science fiction' movies and TV series about 'aliens' ever since that first radio broadcast of the Martian invasion in 'War of the Worlds'. According to polls, between 50-80% believe in intelligent life from beyond.(including some past presidents)
Many years ago while traveling with my parents on the open roads at night, I saw a fast moving object that looked like the six on a domino. At my urgent pleas, my dad pulled over to see what I was screaming about. It flew across the sky at great speed because my dad said he wasn't aware of anything that could fly that fast. My dad, who was a pilot, said the govt. was probably testing a new aircraft because it was of unknown technology to him. He was an expert on anything that would fly. He also said it could be the Gemini so who knows for sure. I don't know if the Gemini was rectangular with six pulsating lights on it or not because it looked more like a lighted barge than a space capsule.
Hey, IC. Long time no see. How have you been?

“Live Love Laugh”

Since: Aug 07

Rings of Saturn Emporium

#731 Jul 13, 2011
Chunky Punky wrote:
<quoted text>
Unbelievable! But she likes Glenn Beck! Does she know he's a former radio DJ turned Mormon nut case? That guy will say and do anything for a buck.
Evidently she finds it very intelligent to be a radio DJ.

“Live Love Laugh”

Since: Aug 07

Rings of Saturn Emporium

#732 Jul 13, 2011
T-Town Clown wrote:
It reminds me of when Bubba Clintn the horny hick lied like a dog to the American people... I never lost my load on that that little fat girls blue dress... that lying bastard...
Well, it was stupid for sure. But I have never known anyone yet who would tell the truth unless made to do so. And...he was a born-again Christian so he knew he was already forgiven.

“I See.”

Since: Aug 10

Minneapolis

#733 Jul 13, 2011
Chunky Punky wrote:
<quoted text>Scary! So do you believe there are demons among us?
Evil exists in many forms. Evil people are particularly dangerous because they can seduce the unsuspecting. I've seen evil and I've known evil people. Satanic worship is in most communities, in some cases Satanic Churches- there are two within a few miles of my house. They openly worship Satan and recruit new members. But they are not to be confused with the paranormal or supernatural, in my opinion.
CG Jung the psychoanalyst has written much about the paranormal. His Red Book was written during a period of his life when he thought he was going mad. If you can afford it, Jung's Red Book is an exploration of
the unconscious and its affect on human behavior.

“I See.”

Since: Aug 10

Minneapolis

#734 Jul 13, 2011
water_nymph wrote:
<quoted text> Well, it was stupid for sure. But I have never known anyone yet who would tell the truth unless made to do so. And...he was a born-again Christian so he knew he was already forgiven.
I disagree w_n. You and I don't need to be made to tell the truth, as we know it. The venue where we share our thoughts might not be in front of millions of drooling schmucks who want every sordid detail.
How are you doing?

“Chasing Chunky's Chicks”

Since: Jun 11

Jackson Hole

#735 Jul 13, 2011
iMonk wrote:
<quoted text>
Evil exists in many forms. Evil people are particularly dangerous because they can seduce the unsuspecting. I've seen evil and I've known evil people. Satanic worship is in most communities, in some cases Satanic Churches- there are two within a few miles of my house. They openly worship Satan and recruit new members. But they are not to be confused with the paranormal or supernatural, in my opinion.
CG Jung the psychoanalyst has written much about the paranormal. His Red Book was written during a period of his life when he thought he was going mad. If you can afford it, Jung's Red Book is an exploration of
the unconscious and its affect on human behavior.
Thank you for the recommend !

“Chasing Chunky's Chicks”

Since: Jun 11

Jackson Hole

#736 Jul 13, 2011
I ordered a book Indigo Child recommended called Journey of the Souls. One of the reviews at Amazon said it was the best book ever. Thanks IC!

“There's a feeling I get...”

Since: Jun 11

...when I look to the West

#737 Jul 13, 2011
Sorceress Kaitlin wrote:
<quoted text>
Oh, crap. I thought you asked, "How *old* are you lady K?"
Old enough to get my eyes checked for reading glasses, I guess.
Apparently :) You keeping well?

“There's a feeling I get...”

Since: Jun 11

...when I look to the West

#738 Jul 13, 2011
Rider on the Storm wrote:
<quoted text>
I didnt know that, thats very eye opening..........
I know. It's hard to imagine the attrocities and lifestyle up in Africa, even from my vantage point.

“Proverbs 12:16”

Since: Jun 11

Location hidden

#739 Jul 14, 2011
Here is one for you guys to think about:
The two major quakes the world has experienced threw the earth off it's axis (by a very small fraction albeit) could there be any long term effects from this? Also, I never knew this would even be possible...wow

“There's a feeling I get...”

Since: Jun 11

...when I look to the West

#740 Jul 14, 2011
EMS Servant wrote:
Here is one for you guys to think about:
The two major quakes the world has experienced threw the earth off it's axis (by a very small fraction albeit) could there be any long term effects from this? Also, I never knew this would even be possible...wow
Short answer: No. The quakes, powerful as they were, are not on a scale big enough to significantly interupt the earth's movement. Think of it as throwing a firecracker at an uncoming truck: According to all the laws of motion, the firecracker DOES influence the truck's path of motion, but on a scale too small to measure (i.e. The truck still hits you).

But yes. Physically possible to throw the earth off it's axis, or out of orbit? Certainly yes. Just need a force big enough

“Listen to the sounds”

Since: Feb 09

of your own extinction......

#741 Jul 14, 2011
EMS Servant wrote:
Here is one for you guys to think about:
The two major quakes the world has experienced threw the earth off it's axis (by a very small fraction albeit) could there be any long term effects from this? Also, I never knew this would even be possible...wow
The axis provides us with seasons. So altering the earth's would result in changing the severity of the seasons. Summer's may be hotter, or cooler. Winters may be colder, or warmer. That of course depends on how great the change in axis is. I haven't been following this axis change issue from earthquakes, so I'm not sure of the magnitude.

“There's a feeling I get...”

Since: Jun 11

...when I look to the West

#742 Jul 14, 2011
True Truth wrote:
<quoted text>
The axis provides us with seasons. So altering the earth's would result in changing the severity of the seasons. Summer's may be hotter, or cooler. Winters may be colder, or warmer. That of course depends on how great the change in axis is. I haven't been following this axis change issue from earthquakes, so I'm not sure of the magnitude.
Well, it's winter and NOT raining in Cape Town. Maybe we got shifted!:D

“How You Treat Me”

Since: May 10

Determines How I Treat You

#743 Jul 14, 2011
Double Fine wrote:
<quoted text>
Apparently :) You keeping well?
Yeah, I'm staggering along. Reading all these comments about Bachman, Obama, and Palin; makes me want to sit out this next election. Obama's gotta go, but there's no real alternative. Election year here always reminds me of an episode of South Park: "Who are you gonna vote for, Stan--the douchebag or the turd sandwich?" "I'm voting for the turd sandwich." "But how can you do that? We're buds, aren't we?" "Dude--your candidate is a douchebag."

I think Mark Twain was right when he said, "Don't vote, it only encourages them."

“How You Treat Me”

Since: May 10

Determines How I Treat You

#744 Jul 14, 2011
EMS Servant wrote:
Here is one for you guys to think about:
The two major quakes the world has experienced threw the earth off it's axis (by a very small fraction albeit) could there be any long term effects from this? Also, I never knew this would even be possible...wow
No doubt it's happened before, and we're still all here.

“Pillars of Creation....”

Since: Jan 11

Into this world we're thrown

#745 Jul 14, 2011
Sorceress Kaitlin wrote:
<quoted text>
I think Mark Twain was right when he said, "Don't vote, it only encourages them."
LMAO..........I hadnt heard that one before.

It would have been fun to sit with ole Sam on a porch overlooking the Mississippi and chat for an afternoon and evening........

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