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RiversideRedneck wrote:
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Liar. I never threatened you.
You're just a humorless shit.
Yes you have and you have even apologised for it you lying toad, you have also claimed it was a joke

Just because it was a couple of weeks ago does not make it go away.

Sorry if my humour does not run to getting off when you claim you put people in your sights and then complain that your sights were out of alignment. Nope not even remotely funny as has been indicated by the majority of posters who have commented on your sad attempt at christian humour.

You are just a violent christian

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ChristineM wrote:
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Nope I claimed to have linked to “for the most part pro gun sites” so stop your pathetic lying.
Nope, I am making a logical conclusion based on the ability of children to get into places they are not supposed to get. Don’t pretend it does not happen just because you like your gun, try googling “child shot by accident”.
No matter how you attempt to obfuscate (look it up), I have said that war was the driving force for gun invention, for the most part guns were designed to kill in war. I have repeatedly mentioned who the majority of guns were designed for, i.e. the military and police. So are you saying that guns designed for the military are designed to shoot at cardboard targets? Or is it that you have nothing to argue with?
Ahh nope I was using invariably to mean, regularly, customarily as shown in my thesaurus but I see you are absolutely correct. I apologise for the confusion caused by my choice of word.
No period involved, if that trajectory ends in a human target as it’s designed for then it can kill
War was not the driving force for their invention. Scientific and technological curiosity was. Until the modern era where the military industrial complex, read military and science community, work together to bring forth new weaponry, the military never adopted weapons until they were tired and true on the civilian side. They were rather old fashioned. They were playing for keeps. An example is this below. You go with what you know when you are dealing with thousands of men fighting each other.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pike_%28weapon%2...

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Dave Nelson wrote:
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Sigh...
My love, you are missing one particular understanding or perspective in your personalized application of your beloved E=mc2.
From your perspective of this transfer of that energy you see yourself as a strong woman no one is going to fool or walk on again, and you summon up all your intellectual capability to achieve that goal of setting them straight. Because of this focus of your tremendous energies you therefore miss the perspectives of others. Those that are the focus of your energy beams see you as a fire breathing dragon, while those on the side looking on see you as a raving lunatic.
But I am sure you are sweet and affectionate to those that agree with you totally.
Nope I see myself as a strong woman because I am a strong woman that will not lie down at your whim and say, ohh a man, please screw me.

So what you are saying here is that I miss the whole goddidiit by magic approach because I am too intelligent to be that gullible and this upsets you and goes against your normal expectations because you are unable to step over the hurdle put in front of you by your parents and preacher when you are a child.

Fair enough.
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Guns don't kill people.

Dangerously delusional godbots with guns kill people.

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ChristineM wrote:
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Yes you have and you have even apologised for it you lying toad, you have also claimed it was a joke
Just because it was a couple of weeks ago does not make it go away.
Sorry if my humour does not run to getting off when you claim you put people in your sights and then complain that your sights were out of alignment. Nope not even remotely funny as has been indicated by the majority of posters who have commented on your sad attempt at christian humour.
You are just a violent christian
No religion in your discussion, eh?

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KittenKoder wrote:
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Um, lots of things get delivered online, like computers, video game systems and accessories, food, medical supplies, tobacco products, clothing, shoes, make up ..... are you really that computer illiterate?
Not a one of them gets delivered online unless they are digital files. All others are ordered, and then all the cars, trucks, maybe bicycles, and airplanes are set into motion.

Here is the difference between going to the store and having it delivered. The store is a warehouse that takes a lot less transportation to get it from the factory to the end user. Ordering online adds layers to the system.

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ChristineM wrote:
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Nope I see myself as a strong woman because I am a strong woman that will not lie down at your whim and say, ohh a man, please screw me.
So what you are saying here is that I miss the whole goddidiit by magic approach because I am too intelligent to be that gullible and this upsets you and goes against your normal expectations because you are unable to step over the hurdle put in front of you by your parents and preacher when you are a child.
Fair enough.
I think you demonstrated what I said quite well there. Thank you.

“I Am No One Else”

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Dave Nelson wrote:
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Not a one of them gets delivered online unless they are digital files. All others are ordered, and then all the cars, trucks, maybe bicycles, and airplanes are set into motion.
Here is the difference between going to the store and having it delivered. The store is a warehouse that takes a lot less transportation to get it from the factory to the end user. Ordering online adds layers to the system.
Okay, so the only time you ever read anything literal is when you want to try to be funny. Yeah, fail on your part.

You order them online, they get delivered via FedEx, UPS, or USPS (in the US).

There, specific enough for your miniscule mind?

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ChristineM wrote:

Nope I claimed to have linked to “for the most part pro gun sites” so stop your pathetic lying.
Well since about.com and pbs.org are neither pro-gun, anti-gun or neutral-gun sites it seem as though YOU are the one lying.
Nope, I am making a logical conclusion based on the ability of children to get into places they are not supposed to get. Don’t pretend it does not happen just because you like your gun, try googling “child shot by accident”.
That's a stretch. See of you can find a child that was killed by a gun because they got behind the cardboard target while someone else was shooting.

Good luck!
No matter how you attempt to obfuscate (look it up), I have said that war was the driving force for gun invention, for the most part guns were designed to kill in war. I have repeatedly mentioned who the majority of guns were designed for, i.e. the military and police. So are you saying that guns designed for the military are designed to shoot at cardboard targets? Or is it that you have nothing to argue with?
No. I'm saying the same thing I've said all along, that guns are designed to launch a projectile at high velocity on an intended trajectory.
Ahh nope I was using invariably to mean, regularly, customarily as shown in my thesaurus but I see you are absolutely correct. I apologise for the confusion caused by my choice of word.
Then it's you that needs to "look it up".

Invariably:
adj.
Not changing or subject to change; constant.

http://www.thefreedictionary.com/_/dict.aspx...

So no, a person that gets shot does NOT invariably die.
No period involved, if that trajectory ends in a human target as it’s designed for then it can kill
Sure it can, but do can a spoon.

So then by your version of logic, whatever can be used to kill is designed to kill...

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KittenKoder wrote:
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Okay, so the only time you ever read anything literal is when you want to try to be funny. Yeah, fail on your part.
You order them online, they get delivered via FedEx, UPS, or USPS (in the US).
There, specific enough for your miniscule mind?
Track your packages and see how many hops they make. Those are made by planes, semis, and various delivery vehicles. They are also usually sorted and routed by automation, which can require quite a bit of energy expenditure.

That is a great system for manufacturers and distributors of many products. Keeps their inventory, and thus taxes, down, and lessens risks of overproduction, and thus selling at a lot less profit margin. However, all products go the same route in general, thus your per item cost will be higher than the bulk rates you get through something like a WalMart distribution system.

Those delivery services follow schedules, product or no product. Store distributors do it on an as needed basis to maintain stock, and the total cost, and wear and tear on roads, and fuel consumption will be less overall.

The biggest difference is who drives to pick it up. You drive to the store when you need it, and you can pick up several other items on the same trip. Those services have a vehicle on the road on a route you may be on that day or not.

That lipstick you ordered online costs more to deliver than at Walmart. Any price difference is the savings from the aforementioned reduced inventory, and middleman costs. Those online companies drop ship items oftentimes from the manufacturer or first level distributor.

You live in a city where the population and thus distribution via services like that can be more economical and less traffic generating. Suburbs and rural are a different ball game.

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Dave Nelson wrote:
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The failure is in you to understand them.
Every single human being is born with the need and desire to bond with other life, be it human or pet.
Energy transfer. That is what happens when a switch is thrown.
Even dim bulbs extinguish when there is nothing to fire them up.
So you would say the same about priests, nuns and monks, right?

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Oooh!!

10 judgits negative for me, and 10 positive for KK.

Interesting. We have 10 all of the exact same mind. or we have one with lots of multiple accounts.

Interesting.

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ChristineM wrote:
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Yes you have and you have even apologised for it you lying toad, you have also claimed it was a joke
Just because it was a couple of weeks ago does not make it go away.
Sorry if my humour does not run to getting off when you claim you put people in your sights and then complain that your sights were out of alignment. Nope not even remotely funny as has been indicated by the majority of posters who have commented on your sad attempt at christian humour.
You are just a violent christian
I didn't claim it was a joke, I explained that it was a joke.

A joke to which you didn't take as bring funny, but insulting. That's why I apologized.

I did not apologize for threatening you because I did not threaten you.

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Dave Nelson wrote:
Oooh!!
10 judgits negative for me, and 10 positive for KK.
Interesting. We have 10 all of the exact same mind. or we have one with lots of multiple accounts.
Interesting.
Or else and the most likely scenario is that it's a Topix glitch.

Multiple accounts used from the same computer won't result in one person being able to judge a post more than once if the multiple accounts are linked to a single ISP address.

It's happened before- many judgits for just one post. I wouldn't read too much into it if I were you.

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OCB wrote:
<quoted text>Or else and the most likely scenario is that it's a Topix glitch.
Multiple accounts used from the same computer won't result in one person being able to judge a post more than once if the multiple accounts are linked to a single ISP address.
It's happened before- many judgits for just one post. I wouldn't read too much into it if I were you.
I'm not so sure about that. I believe they work off cookies, which are a per account basis. You can post as several different accounts from one, or two, computers. Add in virtualization and you can get some interesting posts.

But perhaps you know that.

You were saying that is just the janitor behind that curtain?

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OCB wrote:
<quoted text>Or else and the most likely scenario is that it's a Topix glitch.
Multiple accounts used from the same computer won't result in one person being able to judge a post more than once if the multiple accounts are linked to a single ISP address.
It's happened before- many judgits for just one post. I wouldn't read too much into it if I were you.
I don't even bother with those stupid things. I think people like to feel like they're part of something, like "liking" something on YouTube or the book face.

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OCB wrote:
<quoted text>So you would say the same about priests, nuns and monks, right?
I believe they are classified as humans by science.

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RiversideRedneck wrote:
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I don't even bother with those stupid things. I think people like to feel like they're part of something, like "liking" something on YouTube or the book face.
Kinda cute. You can watch the numbers grow as we post. Someone must be very busy switching screens.

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Dave Nelson wrote:
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I believe they are classified as humans by science.
Such sophomoric attempts at wit and sarcasm, Dave.

Actually, my question to you: So you would say the same about priests, nuns and monks, right?

That question was actually in response to the following exchange:

KittenKoder wrote:
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Sorry, I don't believe in marriage ... or dating for that matter.

You responded with your post #630468:

"Then you will wither away. Conservation of mass and energy.

Your thought processes will deteriorate due to lack of input and the accompanying processing of it. Your central processor loses purpose.

An injured beast crawling into a hole to die."

So to repeat my question, then you would say the same about priests, nuns and monks, right?

OCB

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Dave Nelson wrote:
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I'm not so sure about that. I believe they work off cookies, which are a per account basis. You can post as several different accounts from one, or two, computers. Add in virtualization and you can get some interesting posts.
But perhaps you know that.
You were saying that is just the janitor behind that curtain?
WhatEVER, Dave.

If you wanna think that someone is sitting with 10 computers in front of them going from machine to machine to judge posts as many times as possible, enjoy such a fruitless waste of energy and what is such silly speculation.

And no....Topix works off ISP addresses anyway.

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