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« on: April 28, 2009, 10:45:22 AM »
Quote from: "RedWrestler"
I just think that its funny that a gay guy was judging how hot girls are. WTF?


Another thing, What happen to the World Peace question? When did we start judging miss america on if she thinks fagits are ok?
earmuffs!!

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Off-Topic / Re: Last Word
« on: April 28, 2009, 10:34:35 AM »
I'm no King.

Word

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« on: April 28, 2009, 10:16:37 AM »
Quote from: "Jimmy the Gent"
Quote from: "AKHvywght"
Ya'lls crazy.

She answered the question like an idiot.  She had the balls to say how she really felt, which is admirable, and I tend to do the same thing. 

However, as MISS AMERICA representing our country, you have to be more diplomatic than that.

I actually think gay guys are good as judges to these contests because they are less subject to the girls Jedi mind tricks(by which I mean boobies).
hey AK,

Gay marriage is illegal in 46 states in the U.S.  Her saying marriage is between a man and a woman IS representing America did you ever think of it that way?

How should she have answered it which would have satisfied both sides of the debate?

How do you support both sides of the abortion debate at the same time?  Duh.

There was only ONE appropriate answer that would have satisfied the judges and you know it.  How is THAT representing America?
There are a lot more intelligible things she could have said.

"I think that gay marriage is a topic that should be determined by individual churches, and I think it is inappropriate that the topic has become political."

"My stance on gay marriage is that the states should decide for themselves whether or not to allow it."

I'm glad she said what she thinks, but the penalty for honesty is losing.  Fair trade.

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« on: April 28, 2009, 09:57:24 AM »
Quote from: "Hammerlock3"
why does this topic have such legs.
The dark cultural trainwreck of hottie/douchey commingling deserves our mocking on all levels.  Poking fun at douche-scrotes and the hotties who love them is a moral and religious imperative.

A douchebag is not defined as simply a series of hand gestures, facial expressions, overly gelled hair or a giant Jesus bling around the neck. A douchebag is a state of mind. It is a place where men go to become scrote. Where machismo mixes with testosterone to form a foul cocktail of rank sewage that smells vaguely of cheap cologne.

In the small towns and backwoods of America, our young people see what's happening across the nation. And they say to themselves, "Why not here?"

Witness Jebediah.




He doesn't have the means to purchase a ridiculous Ed Hardy shirt. Nor sculpt intricate facial pube formations.  Yet his desire to douche is evident.  

This topic has legs because this is a true pandemic.  Unlike the so called swine flue, this infection is affecting millions and reeking havoc on the spirit, morality, and dignity of our country.  It's too late for washing our hands and covering our mouths when we cough.  This virus has mutated into a plethora of forms and is resistant to most known treatments.  Humiliation can work on some strains of the virus, and furthermore, may help to quarantine infected individuals.  If we can isolate the infected until their symptoms clear, or they die, we still have a chance to stop this thing.

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« on: April 28, 2009, 09:38:38 AM »
Ya'lls crazy.

She answered the question like an idiot.  She had the balls to say how she really felt, which is admirable, and I tend to do the same thing.  

However, as MISS AMERICA representing our country, you have to be more diplomatic than that.

I actually think gay guys are good as judges to these contests because they are less subject to the girls Jedi mind tricks(by which I mean boobies).

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Off-Topic / Re: Last Word
« on: April 27, 2009, 06:31:30 PM »
word

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« on: April 27, 2009, 06:30:11 PM »
Quote from: "ViseGrip"
Quote from: "AKHvywght"
The swastika represents a far more hateful brand of totalitarianism. It has continued to be a symbol even after WWII embraced by hate groups.

In fact, it seems to me that the hammer and sickle get a bad rap mostly because the methods of the swastika were embraced, in order to bring about the revolution and maintain power, rather than staying true to the fundamentals of the hammer and sickle's conception. 

The hammer and sickle were paraded as a symbol for one thing, while in practice the swastika may have been more appropriate to represent the realities of what was happening.
The methods actually were entirely different.

The Nazis used direct murder (ie the gas chambers etc.) and the Communists to a great degree employed purposeful starvation (ie the Collectivization, the Gulags and Great Leap Forward).

Granted the motivation of the communists may have been altruistically slightly more palatable (relatively speaking only) but the end results give them the Genocide Championship hands down.

Discuss
The Swastika still holds as a potent symbol for hatred.  It still has meaning because of the Aryan connection.

The Hammer and Sickle does not hold the same power that it used to.  

Besides which, is it that we all have been undereducated in the atrocities of the USSR, or is it that you were subject to a lot of cold war propaganda and are living in the past.  

The eagle and the stars and stripes joined forces with the hammer and sickle to stop the swastika in the second world war.  I think that's a big part of the reason that the swastika is considered worse as well.

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« on: April 27, 2009, 05:03:53 PM »
Douchebag Pole-lickers


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« on: April 27, 2009, 02:38:29 PM »
Does it run on rice wine?

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« on: April 27, 2009, 02:36:30 PM »
The swastika represents a far more hateful brand of totalitarianism. It has continued to be a symbol even after WWII embraced by hate groups.

In fact, it seems to me that the hammer and sickle get a bad rap mostly because the methods of the swastika were embraced, in order to bring about the revolution and maintain power, rather than staying true to the fundamentals of the hammer and sickle's conception.  

The hammer and sickle were paraded as a symbol for one thing, while in practice the swastika may have been more appropriate to represent the realities of what was happening.

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« on: April 27, 2009, 02:28:57 PM »
Quote from: "Jointdoc55"
Quote from: "AKHvywght"
Quote from: "Tubalard"
The question is whether a few months of vigilante action would rid the US of the filth?
no.

Filth is relative.

If you allowed vigilance, you would created fragmentation and warlordism.  

You'd probably have a place where everyone who doesn't think like you do is killed off.  I'd have a zone where we killed off anyone who doesn't agree with me..etc.
Mark this day down in your calendar kids.  I actually agree with AKHwt here.
MARK THIS DAY!!!

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Off-Topic / Re: Last Word
« on: April 27, 2009, 02:24:51 PM »
word

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Off-Topic / Re: Last Word
« on: April 27, 2009, 10:36:09 AM »
Word

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« on: April 27, 2009, 10:04:44 AM »
Quote from: "Tubalard"
The question is whether a few months of vigilante action would rid the US of the filth?
no.

Filth is relative.

If you allowed vigilance, you would created fragmentation and warlordism.  

You'd probably have a place where everyone who doesn't think like you do is killed off.  I'd have a zone where we killed off anyone who doesn't agree with me..etc.

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« on: April 27, 2009, 10:01:28 AM »
Quote from: "Cougar1"
But, I agree that people who want to take risky drugs should be able to with the proper waivers, and I think that drug companies should have the abilty to opt out of the FDA approval process, but if they do that then they be open to unlimited liability.

Agreed on the taking risky drugs with waivers. "Unlimited liability". That's one of the other problems we have that contributes to the high cost of doing business. Is there another country on the planet that allows for the types of settlements we do? Totally disagree with that. I know people that have just shut down their businesses and retired prematurely to avoid the risks of outrageous lawsuits. Noone is benefitted by that.
I totally agree with this.  

This is a burden for every industry in our country though, not just the pharmaceuticals.

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