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Old 11-01-2006, 12:11 PM   #41
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Choice C; the NRA and Religous right.
God bless them everyone. (With apologies to Tiny Tim).

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Re: Killing people and breaking things.
Old 11-01-2006, 12:19 PM   #42
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Re: Killing people and breaking things.

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On an aside, which group is MORE useless, the ACLU or the United Nations? I'm having a problem choosing..................
If you're a Nazi, the ACLU fought for your right to march in Skokie. If you're a Klan member, the ACLU fought for your right to keep your membership list secret.

If you're an atheist/Jew/Muslim, the ACLU fought for your right to not listen to (Christian) school-sanctioned prayer. If you were harassed by the SS, the ACLU fought for your right to protest against government policies.


I like the Bill of Rights, even if I disagree with ideas of the Klan and Nazis.
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Old 11-01-2006, 12:33 PM   #43
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If you're a Nazi, the ACLU fought for your right to march in Skokie. If you're a Klan member, the ACLU fought for your right to keep your membership list secret.

If you're an atheist/Jew/Muslim, the ACLU fought for your right to not listen to (Christian) school-sanctioned prayer. If you were harassed by the SS, the ACLU fought for your right to protest against government policies.


I like the Bill of Rights, even if I disagree with ideas of the Klan and Nazis.
Ooh....this is excellent. Just excellent! Rock-ribbed conservatives bitch about the ACLU all the time. Rush included. I think they (ACLU) are probably loaded with leftist
types, but I also think they perform a valuable service. Protecting The
Bill of Rights and the Constitution is important work. Notice I said
"protecting". Anyway, hats off to The ACLU. This is one area where Rush
Limbaugh and I part company.

JG
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Old 11-01-2006, 12:49 PM   #44
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If you're a Nazi, the ACLU fought for your right to march in Skokie.
What if you're a FemiNazi?
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Old 11-01-2006, 01:13 PM   #45
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Azanon, get to work.

I mentioned to ReWahoo, that I will probably not post
anymore on this board, however Azanon has taken me out
of semi-retirement.

Was supposed to play in a tournament this a.m. but cancelled due
to rain.

I haven't checked on the board for a while, but checked in this a.m.

Azanon has 26 posts to his credit already this a.m. (11:00 a.m. Pacific
time. He has regaled the board with his high I.Q., Rich Daddy, beautiful wife, etc. etc., and covered an amazing amount of subject matter.

Azanon, you are a Federal Beaurocrat, and I am still paying taxes, and would appreciate it if you would at least pretend that I am getting my
moneys worth. Get to work!

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Old 11-01-2006, 01:20 PM   #46
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I mentioned to ReWahoo, that I will probably not post
anymore on this board, however Azanon has taken me out
of semi-retirement.

Was supposed to play in a tournament this a.m. but cancelled due
to rain.

I haven't checked on the board for a while, but checked in this a.m.

Azanon has 26 posts to his credit already this a.m. (11:00 a.m. Pacific
time. He has regaled the board with his high I.Q., Rich Daddy, beautiful wife, etc. etc., and covered an amazing amount of subject matter.

Azanon, you are a Federal Beaurocrat, and I am still paying taxes, and would appreciate it if you would at least pretend that I am getting my
moneys worth. Get to work!

Love, Jarhead


Lets see - 18 paid days of annual leave a year, raining/cold outside.... and i'm suddenly posting a WHOLE lot today. I'll let you figure it out Jarhead. Maybe you should go back into retirement.
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Old 11-01-2006, 01:43 PM   #47
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CFB will be coming back any minute now too. I had a special way of bringing out the best in him. CFB is/was easily my toughest opponent; smart fellow.
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Re: Azanon, get to work.

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Originally Posted by Jarhead*
I mentioned to ReWahoo, that I will probably not post
anymore on this board, however Azanon has taken me out
of semi-retirement.

Was supposed to play in a tournament this a.m. but cancelled due
to rain.

I haven't checked on the board for a while, but checked in this a.m.

Azanon has 26 posts to his credit already this a.m. (11:00 a.m. Pacific
time. He has regaled the board with his high I.Q., Rich Daddy, beautiful wife, etc. etc., and covered an amazing amount of subject matter.

Azanon, you are a Federal Beaurocrat, and I am still paying taxes, and would appreciate it if you would at least pretend that I am getting my
moneys worth. Get to work!

Love, Jarhead
Welcome back............it's a gas in here..............
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Jarhead,
where you been? We need your sane voice and lengthy experience to advice our ERs. Surely you're not still po'd cause Texas won the national championship? The best team that... well you know....

We need you to tee off on some of these posts and sink some of the tough ones. Some of these posts are below par; in fact there's a lot of sand traps here. REW can be your caddie and guide you around the course. So grab a driver, knock one a mile. Watch out for those dog legs. If your putter is lucky, you'll put one in the hole.

You still winning?
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