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“On Deck”

Since: Aug 08

French Polynesia

#185223 Feb 12, 2014
Archconservative Jim Inhofe has change of heart about Democrats

WASHINGTON-- One of the most partisan Republicans in the Senate, Oklahoma's, Jim Inhofe, said that his "attitude" toward Senate Democrats has changed as a result of the outpouring of sympathy he received from colleagues after the death of his son.
Perry Inhofe, 52, was killed in a plane crash in November.
In the wake of his personal tragedy, Inhofe said, " all of a sudden all of the old barriers that were there, those things that kept us apart -- just disappear.

HuffPo, December 2013

“Bonjour Hello Buongiorno Hola”

Since: Feb 12

Ottawa

#185225 Feb 12, 2014
Corr : an example

“Bonjour Hello Buongiorno Hola”

Since: Feb 12

Ottawa

#185226 Feb 12, 2014
loose cannon wrote:
Of course, no one can top Jim Inhofe in the category of shit-for-brains.
Hmm, birthers perhaps?

“Bonjour Hello Buongiorno Hola”

Since: Feb 12

Ottawa

#185228 Feb 12, 2014
Thames barrier - called on more and more often as ocean rises...(source Antenne 2 news with BBC). Er, Rogue?

What about 60 degrees F today in Sotchi? That's Sotchi, Russia.

“On Deck”

Since: Aug 08

French Polynesia

#185234 Feb 12, 2014
Jacques,
Did you know that Rickenbacker makes their guitar bodies and necks out of Maple?
The CEO and Chairman of Rickenbacker says it is the best wood to use in the construction of electric guitars. And that Maple is a plentiful and renewable resource. That's what he said.
And they don;t have to worry about being raided by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service with guns drawn. That's what I said.

Listen, I know musical instrument makers account for using less than 1% of the wood harvested. But theirs is a very passionate industry with a very loyal and oftentimes influencial following.

I'm not much of a guitar fanatic. I find the harmonic range to be very limited and constrained in the 6-string guitar....I was just interested in the woods the different manufacturers use.
loose

“On Deck”

Since: Aug 08

French Polynesia

#185235 Feb 12, 2014
One of the hallmarks of the Rickenbacker are the sharkfin, mother-of-pearl inlays on the fretboard.
The Rickenbacker basses were a staple of 1970's Rock, and was favored by British invasion bands such as The Who and The Byrds.
Countless records were recorded with Rickenbacker stringed instruments.

Since: Oct 09

Moreno Valley, CA

#185236 Feb 13, 2014
loose cannon wrote:
Rep. Marsha Blackburn Goes To Pieces When Asked About Specifics of Obamacare Criticism
Tennessee Rep. Masrha Blackburn had difficulty defending her objections to the Affordable Care Act during a recent CNN appearance.
When anchor Carol Costello asked the Congresswoman to substantiate her claims against the federal law, Blackburn stammered something about 'peeping toms' and appeared to be at a loss for words.
The Raw Story
Gotta give it to ya on that one Loose. Marsha Blackburn is a piece of work. Talk about dazzling with bullshit, this lady is the queen. She made absolutely no sense and Costello gave her every opportunity.

Since: Oct 09

Moreno Valley, CA

#185237 Feb 13, 2014
Jacques from Ottawa wrote:
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You're right, who would ever suspect that Rogue is racist, Poppo? Indeed, Rogue is anything but, and he's proved it so many times. Why, here's and example. Just the other day, he told us about this nice BLACK family picnicking, and how clean and polite they seemed to be. Well, we know for a fact that Rogue would've made the same comment had the family been white.'Yes'", Rogue would no doubt say, "saw a WHITE family picnicking, and how clean and polite they seemed to be".
Rogue thinks all blacks live in a ghetto and Iím sure he takes cues from bill O as well. Iíll assume they both meant well. LOL

ďO'Reilly surprised "there was no difference" between Harlem restaurant and other New York restaurantsĒ
http://mediamatters.org/research/2007/09/21/o...

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Since: Feb 12

Ottawa

#185238 Feb 13, 2014
Poppo wrote:
<quoted text>
Rogue thinks all blacks live in a ghetto and Iím sure he takes cues from bill O as well. Iíll assume they both meant well. LOL
ďO'Reilly surprised "there was no difference" between Harlem restaurant and other New York restaurantsĒ
http://mediamatters.org/research/2007/09/21/o...
OMG, just listened to and read the transcript, re the above link you supplied. This guy O'Reilly should be dubbed "the Rogue Scholar of the airwaves". Incredible!

“Facts trump speculation”

Since: Dec 08

Bristol, CT

#185239 Feb 13, 2014
Rogue Scholar 05 wrote:
<quoted text>
Yep, his 27th ILLEGAL altering of the Affordable Care Act. What gives ANY president the authority to change ANY law?
Just sayin' it's illegal doesn't make it so.

Delaying Parts of Obamacare:'Blatantly Illegal' or Routine Adjustment?

"The announcement describes the postponed requirements as "ACA mandatory" -- i.e., not discretionary or subject to indefinite waiver. On July 9, Assistant Treasury Secretary Mark Mazur added, in a letter to House Energy and Commerce Committee Chair Fred Upton, that the Department expects to publish proposed rules implementing the relevant provisions "this summer, after a dialogue with stakeholders." In effect, the Administration explains the delay as a sensible adjustment to phase-in enforcement, not a refusal to enforce."

"In fact, applicable judicial precedent places such timing adjustments well within the Executive Branch's lawful discretion. To be sure, the federal Administrative Procedure Act authorizes federal courts to compel agencies to initiate statutorily required actions that have been "unreasonably delayed." But courts have found delays to be unreasonable only in rare cases where, unlike this one, inaction had lasted for several years, and the recalcitrant agency could offer neither a persuasive excuse nor a credible end to its dithering."

"the Supreme Court has declined to intervene. As held by former Chief Justice William Rehnquist in a leading case on this subject, Heckler v. Chaney, courts must respect an agency's presumptively superior grasp of 'the many variables involved in the proper ordering of its priorities.' "

http://tinyurl.com/n2ka23o

“On Deck”

Since: Aug 08

French Polynesia

#185240 Feb 13, 2014
Jacques,
John Lennon of Beatles fame was particularly fond of the Rickenbacker 6-string guitar.

I'm just saying that Gibson is FOS when they claims they need Madagascar Rosewood for their fretboards.
Mother-of-pearl inlays found on most guitar fretboards would ruin the harmonic nuances of the instrument.
The allure of endangered species on the fretboards of electric guitars is purely cosmetic, is what I am sayin'. I think I have satisfactorily proven my point. It has been well thought out and researched and which is based on facts as well as decades of experience as an accomplished and classically trained musician.
loose

“Facts trump speculation”

Since: Dec 08

Bristol, CT

#185246 Feb 13, 2014
My business receipts have experienced a significant uptick in the last two months. The economy seems to be getting better.

“Bonjour Hello Buongiorno Hola”

Since: Feb 12

Ottawa

#185247 Feb 13, 2014
wojar wrote:
My business receipts have experienced a significant uptick in the last two months. The economy seems to be getting better.
You're right, though the Repubs will tell you it's not so. Remarkably, the economy has improved in spite of constant opposition to anything dems or Obama propose, right up to defaulting. Unemployment stands at 6.6%, surpassing Canada's numbers. Sure, the real number is higher than 6.6%, that's no secret, but nonetheless can be compared to previous years' numbers under any president as all of them have used the same statistical procedures. Trade deficit is down, and employers are hiring. Oh sure, the U.S. is not out of the woods by any means - no country except Qatar is, I guess. But you're right, economy IS getting better. And if it continues, that's good news for you guys as well as the rest of the world.

“On Deck”

Since: Aug 08

French Polynesia

#185248 Feb 13, 2014
Jacques,
So anyway, I find the guitar boring as a stand-alone instrument.
I have an Ibanez acoustic, but I haven;t played it in years. It's made in Japan.
The piano is much more versatile. I have a Kawai grand. It's made in Japan too.
Mine was made in the '60's, and I had a technician tell me one time that the early models like mine are nicer because of wood they were using back then on the soundboard is not so commonplace anymore.
I imagine it's old-growth Sitka spruce from Alaska, but I'm not positive.

“On Deck”

Since: Aug 08

French Polynesia

#185256 Feb 14, 2014
Jacques,
What I am getting at is music instruction, and how it takes often takes a back seat in education.
Back when I was a kid, very few of my classmates were doing what I did. It was all private lessons for the most part. What they did in the public schools was almost comical, although they tried.
From what I understand now, many if not most of those public school programs, along with art, have been drastically cut or eliminated entirely.
But we still had gym class, as they still do. That was a complete waste of time, as far as I am concerned.
The dreaded gym class. We had co-ed when I was in high school.
One of the activities they had us do was square dancing.
Can you believe it? Square dancing in PE class.
What a waste of valuable time.

Since: May 10

Location hidden

#185257 Feb 14, 2014
Mmmm, bi9rds getting stuck in sticky tar = BAD but birds getting fried in flight = GOOD!!! Love them Libtards

This is what the world's largest solar plant looks like when it's catching rays
By Jacob Kastrenakes on February 13, 2014

The Wall Street Journal reports that its more than 300,000 mirrors have been scorching birds that fly through their path, and the Associated Press reports that local protected tortoises had to be relocated during the plant's construction.
http://www.theverge.com/2014/2/13/5408686/iva...

Since: May 10

Location hidden

#185258 Feb 14, 2014
loose cannon wrote:
Jacques,
What I am getting at is music instruction, and how it takes often takes a back seat in education.
Back when I was a kid, very few of my classmates were doing what I did. It was all private lessons for the most part. What they did in the public schools was almost comical, although they tried.
From what I understand now, many if not most of those public school programs, along with art, have been drastically cut or eliminated entirely.
But we still had gym class, as they still do. That was a complete waste of time, as far as I am concerned.
The dreaded gym class. We had co-ed when I was in high school.
One of the activities they had us do was square dancing.
Can you believe it? Square dancing in PE class.
What a waste of valuable time.
New York's a lonely town

Since: May 10

Location hidden

#185259 Feb 14, 2014
wojar wrote:
My business receipts have experienced a significant uptick in the last two months. The economy seems to be getting better.
Do you work for the IRS?
Libtardian Logic, "I'm doing well so everyone else is"! I wonder what our black folks with a 12% unemployment rate think about that???

Black Unemployment Rises to 12.1 percent
Posted by: Dvon Posted date: February 11, 2014

At 12.1 percent the Black unemployment rate is nearly double the national unemployment rate of 6.6 percent. The unemployment rate for Black men over 20 years old jumped from 11.5 percent in December 2013 to 12 percent in January,.....
http://thewestsidegazette.com/black-unemploym...

“Facts trump speculation”

Since: Dec 08

Bristol, CT

#185262 Feb 14, 2014
Rogue Scholar 05 wrote:
<quoted text>
Do you work for the IRS?
Libtardian Logic, "I'm doing well so everyone else is"! I wonder what our black folks with a 12% unemployment rate think about that???
Black Unemployment Rises to 12.1 percent
Posted by: Dvon Posted date: February 11, 2014
At 12.1 percent the Black unemployment rate is nearly double the national unemployment rate of 6.6 percent. The unemployment rate for Black men over 20 years old jumped from 11.5 percent in December 2013 to 12 percent in January,.....
http://thewestsidegazette.com/black-unemploym...
Typicaly Rougetardian lack of reasoning and reading comprehension. I said my receipts have improved which is consistent with an improving economy. Last time I checked unemployment is down, businesses are doing better, and the economy is improving. Somehow Rouge reads that to mean "everyone is doing better including young black men."

Grow up Rouge.
wojar wrote:
My business receipts have experienced a significant uptick in the last two months. The economy seems to be getting better.

Since: May 10

Location hidden

#185265 Feb 14, 2014
wojar wrote:
<quoted text>
Typicaly Rougetardian lack of reasoning and reading comprehension. I said my receipts have improved which is consistent with an improving economy. Last time I checked unemployment is down, businesses are doing better, and the economy is improving. Somehow Rouge reads that to mean "everyone is doing better including young black men."
Grow up Rouge.
<quoted text>
I checked last week and the Labor Participation rate is at a 35 year high. About the same as when Obama's mentor Jimmy "The Peanut Man" Carter was in the White House! I wonder what the U6 Unemployment rate is for blacks?

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