I also must stick to the wild eyed "wishes" of the committee. (wink wink Knod Knod Knod)
Knight Knight Knight!
Bric-a-Brac, I am sorry, I must stick to the wishes of the committee.
Given the circumstances, Vlad, with all due respect, that just didn't happen.
By the way, there is an article on this website about a man that was wrongly accused by police, and the evidence that he was wrongly accused is well founded, plentiful, and overwhelming. I believe you can relate to his predicament. I remember the morning I bailed you out. The only question you had for me was "How did that bicycle pump get there?." After I explained to you that what the police were saying made no sense, you seemed to relax a bit, and were able to enjoy your tiger meat and dodo egg breakfast.
By the way, did you figure out that AT&T Ad? You remember, the "Data-Free" Ad? I'll explain it again if you need for me to do so, but just remember, they don't mean to say "information free".
Bric-a-Brac, I am sorry, the others asked that you not be told about the other meetings.
I understand this anxiety all too well. My mother in law pressured me and my husband to go to church with them. I told my husband I was not going but this created tension with my husband because even though he didn't want to go either, he thought I was making it a big deal. So I decided to attend to keep the peace but it was a very long hour. I ended up going to the bathroom and staying there longer than necessary to avoid a gathering that made no sense to me... But I was happy to see my mother in law so pleased that we joined them. Then they invited us to breakfast as sort of a prize for going and I changed any religious subject as much as I could... She suspects that we are atheists but we never come out to avoid any attempts from their side to change our ways. I can still manage to attend services like for Christmas or weddings because I do enjoy getting together with family..... After that they she said that we should all go at least once a month..... But me and my husband both agreed we weren't.... We respected them but we also have to respect ourselves and unfortunately we don't expect the same respect from their part... Telling them would hurt their feelings too...
I am certain that the CIA had a lot to do with the design and implementation of the internet. But then, you knew that already, didn't you. In fact you've said exactly that back in 2014. The tool seems to be performing it's function exactly as designed. I never saw God at any of the meetings, and God was never mentioned.
Bric-a brac, thank you for your learned opinion. America has nothing to worry about, Thank God for the internet.
Actually, Vlad, I was really talking about Cambria Count, PA, just like I said, and how it has flipped from 70/30 Democrat over Republican just 10 years ago, to a 70/30 Republican over Democrat. I think it is because the Democrats threw the proletariat under the bus.
I understand that you and Warren Buffett are big buds and all, so perhaps you should do as he asked and go protest a pipeline so that his trucks and trains investment can continue to do well carrying oil. Make sure to take a case or two of Pepsi when you go.
Bric-a-brac, of course you are referring to the Johnstown flood. Where was DHS then? Chasing space aliens in Altoona and we all KNOW they were in Roswell.
@ a friend,
I think you mean to say Cambria County, PA.
Excellent point Bric-a-Brac, the goons in Tbilisi need to stand down and nature take its course. It will all be over soon.
I think a more important question is why the obama administration had the DHS hack the State of Georgia election.
OK OK, so the government is sealing off the borders to non Trump business partners. Let's not jump to conclusions. And you know white supremacists did all right for this country for many years. So if we lose tens of thousands of non productive Americans to the repeal of the ACA, isn't this an over all savings? There has been more Change to this country in the first week of Trump than in all 8 years of Obama. Don't be so picky.
@CL - Careful, or I'll pull out my 'NYET!', and I assure you, it's a big one.
Well hack yes, well schooled regurgitatant. Who, by the way, is dead.
My innuendo and anecdote comes from University professors and researchers who grew up in and were educated by the Soviet state, visit there regularly, and teach here what too few Americans can. Lovely people.
You might want to get that pfft checked out, it might be taken for a foreign word, and we are seeing where that can lead.
Hack-driven? If you consider William F. Buckley, Jr. to be a hack, then there is little intellectual honesty in you at all. The rest of your response is innuendo and anecdote, not facts. Pfft!
I expect more from you than that, CL.
OK make that 3 questions. Why would a hack driven periodical like the NR be added to the muddy mix.
The paucity of any source with integrity surrounding this story is a greater problem than another pee soaked mattress in Russia.
I am even more concerned with a tangential issue regarding the description of the educational system in the ole CCCP from a couple of educators I know from that system. It seems that there are millions of teenage computer hacks upping their game as only bored teens can, sponsored by a system that places as much importance in a good education as we seem to with football or the feckless pursuit of fame.
This article in the National Review answers some of your questions, Bruce:
Brichy don't need to read nuthin, The truth wells up inside him like a gas station hot dog! Yaaay!
A Monarch; remains. 13 of them, Nick.
If it's blood you want, go, get ya some. Don't come back (and you won't).
And, still, not even close to the point I made with my first point in my first post. So, this is all you. You did this. It's just you. And Bloodlust. Nothing new under this sun.
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