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|May-16-12|| ||PinnedPiece: <me: The U.S. isn't any more safe from goevernment predation nowadays than your average Venezuela or Argentina.
There are many examples, in case you think I'm once again going extremist exaggeration route.
Look at GM. They should have had an orderly bankruptcy and reorganization that allowed the investors to get something back. They got nothing. Obama's appointed arbiters and new GM chief cut extraordinary deals that cut the Unions in AS OWNERS!!!--UNHEARD OF--and made government a managing partner. Investors stripped bare.
AND Check this out:
[Member of Investigative Panel To Oil Companies]: <"this liberal will be all about ... [brain freeze] taking over, and the government running all your companies.">
Maxine Waters is typical of a growing number of legislators elected by the uninformed public (See Diceman's post above for how the voter is left stupid for easy manipulation)---AS STUPID AS SHE IS, she speaks for many and may (who knows) triumph through court action or legislation or some new trick. Tea Partiers would never allow such a thing and are universally condemned.
Message to Producers: Get out of the U.S. if you want to succeed, or even just want to keep what you have.
(See France for progressive model for AmLibs)
AND check out what is happening to coal-generated electrical plants on the East Coast. Companies forced out of business by Govt. (Govt seizing power through the threats of global warming, in order to pass the energy wand to well-controlled and now-dependent alternate* energy producers).
etc etc. Who wants to build a manufacturing plant in a country where the elected leader has vowed to make energy prohibitively expensive?
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*that is, undependable.
|May-16-12|| ||diceman: <gezafan: The way the media lies about the Trayvon Martin case is appalling.
One of the ways they lie is to always show pictures of Martin when he was 12, making it look as if Zimmerman was in an altercation with a child.
Martin was a six foot three football player not a 12 year old child.>|
Yeah, Im six foot four,and was surprised he was my size.
|May-16-12|| ||galdur: I think pipi is totally losing it. Never have I claimed that those tower collapsed faster than gravity. When you have to resort to such fabrications, not to mention other personal attacks what does it say about your credibility and ability to identify arguments?|
Those towers crumbled to dust in mid-air. They fell through themselves virtually without resistance. According to the official story this was a gravity driven event. So, the vastly redundant reinforcement of the buildings was pretty much useless. It simply does not pass the smell test of basic physics.
|May-16-12|| ||OhioChessFan: <aw: I don't know if you've ever read Kurt Vonnegut's first -- and in my opinion, best -- novel, _Player Piano_, but you are singing to his tune. >|
No. I'll check it out.
<Writing in the late 1940s, he basically argued that automation would cause mass unemployment. But it hasn't.>
I don't know what it's caused. I am pretty confident it's caused an inexplicable divergence between increased productivity and stagnant wages. I think some of the current unemployment is tech driven, maybe 2% (I understand that implies I believe structural unemployment has increased 2% from historical norms) but I can't imagine there's any way to determine that. I also expect to find in a few years that much of what we are experiencing is frictional unemployment.
|May-16-12|| ||diceman: <FSR:
<CAMDEN, N.J. -- Wal-Mart is being sued for $1 million by a man who claims he was traumatized by a racist comment made over an intercom at a southern New Jersey store two years ago.>
Did he look like he could be Obamas son?
|May-16-12|| ||galdur: This official 9/11 stuff is straight out of Hollywood. A 757 airliner hit the wall of the Penatgon feet off the ground at a whopping 530 miles per hour. Bruce Willis must have been at the wheel. There was a tremendous explosion and the aircraft basically disintegrated. Yeah right.|
|May-16-12|| ||PinnedPiece: <galdur: This official 9/11 stuff is straight out of Hollywood. A 757 airliner hit the wall of the Penatgon feet off the ground at a whopping 530 miles per hour.>|
Lie upon lie. Every fact you have is bullshipped. It hit the ground in front of the building, as photographs show. There are remains of cowling on the grass. It bounced into the building while breaking up. You don't know what the hell you are talking about and won't be corrected b y the actual facts. It wasn't going the speed your source says. You have no facts that are solid and convincing. You have been played a solid fool and can't break out of your mindset.
Nothing you post has any credibility.
|May-16-12|| ||diceman: <galdur: I think pipi is totally losing it. Never have I claimed that those tower collapsed faster than gravity.>|
Wow, maybe pinned is the goad-er instead
of the goad-ee? :):):)
|May-16-12|| ||galdur: pipi, you havenīt been paying attention and you donīt read too well which is the norm for you. I referenced earlier the official 9/11 report where they claimed that the airliner hit the wall of the Pentagon at 530 miles per hour. The sources were TSA and NTSB.|
|May-16-12|| ||PinnedPiece: <galdur: Those towers crumbled to dust in mid-air. They fell through themselves virtually without resistance. >|
Incorrect, and I have provided the links and the VISUAL EVIDENCE that conclusively prove your parrotted remarks are stupidly wrong. Repeating defeated lies over and over will not restore them. And by repeating the same falsehoods over and over, YOU PROVIDE the material for every personal attack on you I have delivered. If you won't acknowledge the actual RECORDED EVENT but insist on lies, what other way is there to describe you?
The video evidence shows material falling faster than the collapsing top of the building, and the cloud of debris emphasizes the differential collapsing of interior vs interior, but your assinine websites can't handle the truth and neither can you if your little screwy fables are to survive.
There is nothing to debate but your sanity.
|May-16-12|| ||diceman: <PinnedPiece:
Nothing you post has any credibility.>
and whats our presidents excuse?
|May-16-12|| ||OhioChessFan: <Wow, maybe pinned is the goad-er instead of the goad-ee?>|
|May-16-12|| ||galdur: <diceman> Something tells me that my credibility here is several paygrades above that of pipi. |
There are major problems with official stories which is a major feature of one-party systems. There is severe demand for political correctness, another clue. There is increasing control to defend the public against constant external threats. Sometimes Eurasia is an ally and sometimes an enemy. Goldstein is finally officially dead after having been killed eleven times but there are other equally potent Hitler-Stalin-al-CIAduh foes in caves somewhere. These are signs of a reactionary system, one that is always on the defensive.
|May-16-12|| ||galdur: RE: 450 million .40 caliber hollow point rounds. This is pretty serious stuff. Why would the domestic security system purchase this? Usually ammunition is purchased to be used, right? They most certainly are up to their ears and then some in other ammo already. It probably isnīt politically correct to discuss these issues.|
|May-16-12|| ||diceman: <galdur: RE: 450 million .40 caliber hollow point rounds. This is pretty serious stuff. Why would the domestic security system purchase this? Usually ammunition is purchased to be used, right? They most certainly are up to their ears and then some in other ammo already. It probably isnīt politically correct to discuss these issues.>|
Well remember, they overspend, they probably needed 10 bullets
and ordered 450 million.
|May-16-12|| ||PinnedPiece: <galdur: <diceman> Something tells me that my credibility here is several paygrades above that of pipi. >|
Ditch that something, quick, its another source of lies.
|May-16-12|| ||galdur: <diceman> Yeah, maybe itīs a scam like those $700 hammers. Still, you need to consider what facilitates all these scams in the first place. You know, something is always threatening the mighty empire. So you have the national security state. It began in post WW2 when the traumatic state of the Great Depression was still fresh in the mind of U.S. policymakers. They were determined to never again suffer that. To understand this policy you need to look at Trumanīs Executive Orders and diverse amendments. Americans are very fast and efficient and interestingly enough Eisenhower warned about the Military Industrial Complex just a decade later in his farewell speech.|
|May-16-12|| ||galdur: pipi, one more contentless post and I will never again be aware of you being here. Unless someone quotes you which will most likely remain a very rare occurrance.|
|May-16-12|| ||PinnedPiece: ===WARNING: BANKRUPT SOCIALISTS===
What a mess.
Greeks pulling money out of banks, ECB locking up funds. I can't wait until the Democrats in power have wreaked equal damage to the U.S.
Obamacare is a great start.
Now calculated by the same CBO to be <twice the cost originally estimated> based on the original half-truths provided by Harry Reid and Nancy Pelosi.
You only do this in a recession when your main aim is to destroy first in order to rebuild on the ruins. No wonder Rush Limbaugh said in the first weeks of Obama presidency; "I hope he fails."
|May-16-12|| ||PinnedPiece: Yet another unbelievably fantastic technology opening up, making a vast new territory of possibilities for creative entrepreneurs:|
<Led by researchers at Brown University, the Department of Veterans Affairs, and Massachusetts General Hospital, the study--known as BrainGate--utilized a device called the BrainGate Neural Interface System, implanted directly into the motor cortex of the participants. Wired to a bank of computers, the system was then able to decode their brain's neural signals for movement and translate them into robotic movement. "This work is a critical step," John Donoghue, the neuroscientist who developed BrainGate, said in a statement announcing the research, "toward realizing the long-term goal of creating a neurotechnology that will restore movement, control, and independence to people with paralysis or limb loss." >
I doubt the technology will be limited to that realm. For sure it won't put people out of work: it very well may create whole new categories of jobs.
This is AVATAR-type technology on the way, folks.
btw Avatar 2 to be released in 2015:
For "real": http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iwLd... (???)
|May-16-12|| ||galdur: When the fight is for god and country, bills are not to be questioned. Maybe the inventory gets buried sometimes if the atmosphere isnīt right for terror and war scams. Warehouse capacity isnīt infinite. On the other hand if you have infinite and profitable wars on fraudulent pretenses how do you maintain the scams? The supply of the excessively gullible is likely to go down. Your adventures will be taken apart which will make any maintaining scams impossible. It will be a very defensive situation. You will most likely stock up on extreme firepower to try to avoid being hanged.|
|May-16-12|| ||galdur: Of course as pipi is concerned I should bear in mind that those attacks are most likely a cry for attention. I learned this in high school to some advantage as females were concerned. Itīs an intriguing person that somehow doesnīt fit the usual approach. Iīm sure you get the general picture.|
|May-16-12|| ||kb2ct: |
Yes the Greeks are running for the Grexit.
|May-16-12|| ||Jim Bartle: "Of course as pipi is concerned I should bear in mind that those attacks are most likely a cry for attention. I learned this in high school to some advantage as females were concerned. Itīs an intriguing person that somehow doesnīt fit the usual approach. Iīm sure you get the general picture."|
Give us a break, galdur.
|May-16-12|| ||Colonel Mortimer: When American Dream was alive, they had Steve Job, Johnny Cash and Bob Hope.|
And now there is no job, no cash and no hope.
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