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RE: Deadliest Day For U.S. In Iraq War

Thu Jan 27, 2005 5:44 am

"RSmith - can you say Bullshit . . . cause that's what this line is . . . pure and simple. . . . scare tactic by Mr. Flip Flop and the other Dumocrats "


Hmmmmm.......where are we going to get the needed troops to fight in Iran later this year???????certianly not from the collition of the willing.......But then again since BUSHCO is about PROFIT like Iraq Rummy will plan on doing that on the CHEAP.

Not a scare tactic....Iran was in the NEWS last week but as always you on the Right forget to soon.
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RE: Deadliest Day For U.S. In Iraq War

Thu Jan 27, 2005 5:49 am

where are we going to get the needed troops to fight in Iran later this year

RSmith - can you say Bullshit (again) . . . cause that's what this line is . . . pure and simple. . . .

Captoveur: The draft proposal was shot down in the House and the Senate, not even the sponsors of the bill voted for it. I thought that would put that issue to bed but I guess not.

Capt, you've got to consider the source . . . doesn't matter what RSmith says, he's like an ex-girlfriend of mine, if he ain't bitchin' he ain't happy . . . doesn't matter if it's right, real, made up, or whatever . . . he'll grow up one of these days . . . . maybe . . . .

I'd not repond at all to his lunacy except it's a slow day at work, gives me a chuckle and something to do.

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RE: Deadliest Day For U.S. In Iraq War

Thu Jan 27, 2005 5:49 am

Wow Rsmith has an inside source that has told us there WILL be a war with Iran.

We tried diplomacy with Iraq for 12 years, we will probably give Iran every bit as long.

Amazing how quickly he forgets how well things are going in Afghanistan, but then again that doesn't make the news much. Rsmith, you really need to watch something other than Faux news.
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RE: Deadliest Day For U.S. In Iraq War

Thu Jan 27, 2005 5:54 am

You just know as soon as Randy starts a topic it well never stay on track  Smile
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RE: Deadliest Day For U.S. In Iraq War

Thu Jan 27, 2005 5:54 am

"he forgets how well things are going in Afghanistan,"

Nah I havent forgot.........they Just like us are being led by a PUPPET.....Bush is Cheneys(PNAC) puppet and Karzid is the USA Puppet.....and in Iraq Allawi is the USAs puppet to.

When do we get OBL.......Never Ill Bet.
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RE: Deadliest Day For U.S. In Iraq War

Thu Jan 27, 2005 5:56 am

Holy crap....Rsmith just got dogged by Kaz.....dude, that hurts. I don't ever see her participating here, and even she is tired of his posts.
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RE: Deadliest Day For U.S. In Iraq War

Thu Jan 27, 2005 5:57 am

Nah I havent forgot.........they Just like us are being led by a PUPPET.....Bush is Cheneys(PNAC) puppet and Karzid is the USA Puppet.....and in Iraq Allawi is the USAs puppet to.

And what do puppets have to do with us doing well in Afghanistan?

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RE: Deadliest Day For U.S. In Iraq War

Thu Jan 27, 2005 5:58 am

While I am not a supporter for the the war/occupation in Iraq, the USA is stuck there for the forseeable future. Withdrawal would give a win to terrorists, but not withdrawing keeps USA forces as targets. The terrible loss of 39 lives, in what some late reports suggest was due to weather conditions, is a tragedy no matter what the situation. It is believed these soldiers were on their way to a mission to either patrol the oil pipelines to Jordan or to protected the border areas from insurgants sneaking in. I would love to see on TV around the world the arrival of the 31 flag draped coffins of these soldiers at Dover AFB, with Bush in attendance, to honor them and to note the continuing USA human costs of this war front.
 
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RE: Deadliest Day For U.S. In Iraq War

Thu Jan 27, 2005 6:00 am

Holy crap....Rsmith just got dogged by Kaz.....dude, that hurts. I don't ever see her participating here, and even she is tired of his posts.

Tired of his posts yes ....... but the bashing is great to read  Big thumbs up
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rsmith6621a
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RE: Deadliest Day For U.S. In Iraq War

Thu Jan 27, 2005 6:07 am

PilotKaz Said....You just know as soon as Randy starts a topic it well never stay on track

Thank you for helping to do exactly that....get it off track....Also for your insightful observation.

You can actually thank the following.....

Captoveur
ANCFlyer
L188
Newwark777
KROC

They are the masters at POST De-Railing
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RE: Deadliest Day For U.S. In Iraq War

Thu Jan 27, 2005 6:10 am

Thank you for helping to do exactly that....get it off track....Also for your insightful observation.

Who said I didn't want it off track? Big grin

I will thank the following for making this topic a good read:

Captoveur
ANCFlyer
L188
Newwark777
KROC

Well done guys!  Big thumbs up
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RE: Deadliest Day For U.S. In Iraq War

Thu Jan 27, 2005 6:10 am

Rsmith,
Pot, Kettle, Black.

Any thread you go into you instantly turn into a Bush-Bashfest, you can take the most innocent thread on earth and make it all about how awful Bush is. Get over it, he won the election. We are fighting a less than popular war, and there is nothing you can do about either of these things. Take your prozac, go rub one out and get on with your life.

I notice Falcon84 isn't on your list. He has derailed this thread as much as anyone.

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RE: Deadliest Day For U.S. In Iraq War

Thu Jan 27, 2005 6:15 am

 Laugh out loud  Laugh out loud LMFAO - Smith, you crack me up!

You open a post talking about a tragic day for the US Marine Corp and before you can get through the end of your second paragraph you're talking WMD; third paragraph, OIL; fourth paragraph, Iraqi elections.

You continue to rant and spew and drift in Reply 39 with Exit Plan. And again in Reply 45 with the Draft. And yet still in reply 50 about Iran. And in reply 54 you zip on over to Afghanistan. Now exactly who's de-railing what?

You crack me up . . . thanks for the entertainment this afternoon . . .

PilotKaz: will thank the following for making this topic a good read:

No sweat, happy to be of assistance  Big thumbs up




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RE: Deadliest Day For U.S. In Iraq War

Thu Jan 27, 2005 6:24 am

ANCFlyer........You To Crack Me Up

Like a typical BAK you are you consider a reply to the previous thread throwning the thread off track.........Putting a bottle of fragrence in your post is throwing the topic off tract......

I guess you've never heard of flow?????
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RE: Deadliest Day For U.S. In Iraq War

Thu Jan 27, 2005 6:28 am

Was this thread ever on-track? I never knew you actually took these threads seriously.  Laugh out loud

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RE: Deadliest Day For U.S. In Iraq War

Thu Jan 27, 2005 6:28 am

Rsmith what's the point in keeping the thread on topic?

Its the same shit most of the time, Bush this, Bush, That blah blah blah and repeating yourself gets old....

If there is a rank higher than obsession you get it!
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RE: Deadliest Day For U.S. In Iraq War

Thu Jan 27, 2005 6:31 am

I think Rsmith is almost at pancake-bunny-head level.  Smile



Damn I love that picture.  Laugh out loud

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RE: Deadliest Day For U.S. In Iraq War

Thu Jan 27, 2005 6:31 am

To . . . should be Too

thread . . . probably meant to write "post" but too busy fuming to realize it.

tract . . . should be "track"

Now that elementary school is out . . .

To whom were you responding in this thread when you brought up the Draft?

To whom were you responding in this thread when you responded regarding Iran?

I'm just trying to follow your logic, RSmith . . . perhaps I'll better understand your obsession with Bush-Bashing . . . allow me to further enjoy my afternoon entertainment.
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RE: Deadliest Day For U.S. In Iraq War

Thu Jan 27, 2005 6:33 am

To . . . should be Too

thread . . . probably meant to write "post" but too busy fuming to realize it.

tract . . . should be "track"


... and Newark doesn't have two W's.  Laugh out loud

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RE: Deadliest Day For U.S. In Iraq War

Thu Jan 27, 2005 6:37 am

Its To bad you don't hold your King BUSH to the same standard you hold members here.........

Bush is the most illiterate President this nations has ever had.
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RE: Deadliest Day For U.S. In Iraq War

Thu Jan 27, 2005 6:39 am

Bush is the most illiterate President this nations has ever had.

I think this one takes the cake! Calling the kettle black, etc., etc. And the image I get when I think of a "king bush" is just hilarious.  Smile

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RE: Deadliest Day For U.S. In Iraq War

Thu Jan 27, 2005 6:40 am

Its To bad you don't hold your King BUSH to the same standard you hold members here.........

Lesson 1: Bush is not a king. he is a President.

Lesson 2: you need to take the Hint we dont care  Smile.


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RE: Deadliest Day For U.S. In Iraq War

Thu Jan 27, 2005 6:43 am

I have no idea where this thread came from or where it is going. So here is my favorite part of Eurotrip.

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RE: Deadliest Day For U.S. In Iraq War

Thu Jan 27, 2005 6:46 am

I personally think this scene is better.  Big grin



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RE: Deadliest Day For U.S. In Iraq War

Thu Jan 27, 2005 6:53 am

Iv never seen Eurotrip, and I don't think I will be either  Smile
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RE: Deadliest Day For U.S. In Iraq War

Thu Jan 27, 2005 7:06 am

Rsmith,

Ever seen one of those Nature documentaries where a piece of meat is on a hook and thrown into shark filled waters, into which the sharks initiate a feeding frenzy, completely annihilating the piece of meat into smithereens before being consumed, bones and all....

My point?

1. YOU are the piece of meat.
2. We are the sharks.
3. What's left of YOU, the piece of meat, is NOTHING, just
like the respect given to you by us here on the Forum.
NONE!

TS



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RE: Deadliest Day For U.S. In Iraq War

Thu Jan 27, 2005 7:07 am

ANC, smaj...I have tried and tried with this guy, but I am afraid I have failed to be of any assistance with Rsmiths grammar or spelling. It looks like we have to have the Spell Check conversation again.

Rsmith....if You are going to call President Bush stupid, you really need to work on your own spelling and grammar, or you completely undercut your own credibility. BTW, most things I read from President Bush are spelled correctly. Can you provide proof of his illiteracy, or are you blowing smoke on further baseless allegations?

BTW, why aren't I on that list of thread derailers?

Pilotkaz....that movie was sort of funny to some of us, but I would bet that European women would not see the humor.
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RE: Deadliest Day For U.S. In Iraq War

Thu Jan 27, 2005 7:12 am

She would probably see the humor in parts of it.. Unless she is a Manchester United fan.
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RE: Deadliest Day For U.S. In Iraq War

Thu Jan 27, 2005 7:13 am

Iv never seen Eurotrip, and I don't think I will be either

Haha, it's not that bad (well, sorta). Kind of weird, though, since I still think of that actress as Harriet the Spy.


(and yes, that is Rosie O'Donnell in the mirror)

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RE: Deadliest Day For U.S. In Iraq War

Thu Jan 27, 2005 7:18 am

DL021 . . . he does provide for a great source of entertainment though doesn't he . . .

Sure made my afternoon go quickly!

Thanks Smith!
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RE: Deadliest Day For U.S. In Iraq War

Thu Jan 27, 2005 7:19 am

She would probably see the humor in parts of it.. Unless she is a Manchester United fan.

Manchester United? Isn't that something to do with football soccer? Because if it is I have NO idea  Smile
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RE: Deadliest Day For U.S. In Iraq War

Thu Jan 27, 2005 7:22 am

Pilot kaz,

Is it called football, or futbol, on your island?

TS
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RE: Deadliest Day For U.S. In Iraq War

Thu Jan 27, 2005 7:24 am

Isn't futbol what soccer is called in Spanish?

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RE: Deadliest Day For U.S. In Iraq War

Thu Jan 27, 2005 7:24 am

Is it called football, or futbol, on your island?

I'm female I would not know  Smile is it when guys get excited about running around in mud kicking a ball of some sort?  Smile
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RE: Deadliest Day For U.S. In Iraq War

Thu Jan 27, 2005 7:25 am

Kaz....We do that stuff all over for the same reasons.

1. Chicks dig scars.

2. We get arrested for doing that stuff in bars.

3. Its that or starting wars every week.

To answer your question from earlier, there is a subplot in the movie with Vinnie Jones leading some soccer hooligans to France and Italy to support their club. Their club is ManU.

It does not make football fans look very smart. Or cognizant of modern dental theory or personal hygiene.

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RE: Deadliest Day For U.S. In Iraq War

Thu Jan 27, 2005 7:27 am

I bet Smithy is reading this with great interest Big grin
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RE: Deadliest Day For U.S. In Iraq War

Thu Jan 27, 2005 7:32 am

For those who haven't seen it, here's the trailer. Good stuff.  Big thumbs up

http://www.apple.com/trailers/dreamworks/eurotrip.html

BTW If you couldn't guess, the guy opening bottles with his eyes is one of the British soccer hooligans.  Big grin

Harry

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RE: Deadliest Day For U.S. In Iraq War

Thu Jan 27, 2005 7:34 am

Then there is the horny Italian pervert on the train. Some wierd stuff going on at the Vatican. The German girl's little brother giving himself a hitler-stache and goose-stepping.. It is full of all kinds of non-pc humor. I highly doubt they even bothered to release it in Europe since it really just hits on a bunch of stereotypes for cheap laughs. Needless to say I laughed my ass off the first time I saw it but would not reccomend seeing it twice.

Scotty doesn't Know Big grin

I wonder if they released Goldmember in the Netherlands. They made a lot of fun of the Dutch, maybe they changed the target country or maybe Europeans are just thicker skinned than crybaby America would be if someone released something similar over here.

To continue the Rsmith mocking, here is another great moment in movie history

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RE: Deadliest Day For U.S. In Iraq War

Thu Jan 27, 2005 7:35 am

Does he even know what that is?
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RE: Deadliest Day For U.S. In Iraq War

Thu Jan 27, 2005 7:41 am

Does he even know what that is?

What, the succulent arse being shoved up in the air? I hope he knows what that is.  Big grin

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pilot kaz
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RE: Deadliest Day For U.S. In Iraq War

Thu Jan 27, 2005 7:43 am

Oh yes Bush has one too, so he must know ,my mistake.......  Big grin
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RE: Deadliest Day For U.S. In Iraq War

Thu Jan 27, 2005 7:48 am

Since this is an aviation board... What type of airplane are they on? The airline should be pretty obvious...

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RE: Deadliest Day For U.S. In Iraq War

Thu Jan 27, 2005 7:50 am

Michael Douglas sure knows what that is....Rsmith might not.

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RE: Deadliest Day For U.S. In Iraq War

Thu Jan 27, 2005 7:50 am

Speaking of butts and bushes, this applies to Rsmith:



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RE: Deadliest Day For U.S. In Iraq War

Thu Jan 27, 2005 7:53 am

In response to Newark's post Rsmith was seen getting ready to leave the bowling alley.

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RE: Deadliest Day For U.S. In Iraq War

Thu Jan 27, 2005 7:53 am

Captoveur,

Has to be a Cessna 172 from AF.  Smile

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Thu Jan 27, 2005 8:02 am

Has to be LH, so I was thinking this is probably this plane.  Big grin


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RE: Deadliest Day For U.S. In Iraq War

Thu Jan 27, 2005 8:10 am

Rsmith,
This is honestly becoming ridiculous. You post an anti-Bush, anti-republican post nearly every single day, and it gets you nowhere. You have a respect rating of the following:
zero(english)
nul(dutch)
null(norweigan)
§ß§à§Ý§î(russian)
cero(spanish)
z¨¦ro(french)

And a few synonyms for zero:
aught, blank, bottom, cipher, duck egg, goose egg, insignificancy, love, lowest point, nada, nadir, naught, nil, nix, nobody, nonentity, nothing, nought, nullity, oblivion, ought, rock bottom, scratch, shutout, void, zilch, zip, zot


Maybe you should go somewhere else where daily anti-bush rants are appreciated, or hang it with your peers in France.

Thank you!


 
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RE: Deadliest Day For U.S. In Iraq War

Thu Jan 27, 2005 8:10 am

There's actually a tie for the deadliest day for the US in the Iraq war: The day Bush was elected the first time, and the day he was elected the second time....
 
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RE: Deadliest Day For U.S. In Iraq War

Thu Jan 27, 2005 8:16 am

Uh oh, someone wrote a serious post on the topic. I don't think I know what to do.  Laugh out loud

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