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01.Re: Bird Controversy , (General Discussion), By: Rob Reed , To: BBlast (6/12/04, 12:01pm)
&i-&b-By the way, let me take a minute here to address the words of another LB, Larry Bird. Bird was asked in an interview for an upcoming program if the league needed more white stars. He answered yes, because it would be good for the NBA's fan base, which is comprised mostly of white Americans. I know some of my friends will say that there is something wrong or racially problematic with what Bird said, to which I reply: shutupshutupshutupshutup. First, Bird didn't bring the subject up; he answered a question. Second, to deny that white people would like to see white athletes prosper is stupid. Black people like to see blacks succeed; Latinos like to see Latinos succeed; Asians like to see Asians succeed. [That's "Asians," not "Orientals," Bill Parcells.] You would hope that we all would like to see each other succeed, but that's another question, isn't it? Third, Bird has never, to my knowledge, exploited his race for his own personal gain. Throughout the '80s, when hosannas were being written about him and fans lionized him, it would have been easy for Bird to subtly put himself out there as some Great White Hope, and to make a killing doing it. But he didn't. He played the game and frequently gave the credit not to himself, but to black teammates like Dennis Johnson and Robert Parish. No one has made less of the fact that Bird is white than Bird.-i&-b&
02.Attention..VERY important!! , (General Discussion), By: BBlast , To: All (6/25/04, 5:45am)
"There's a pretty wide variety," he said. "There are auction sites, price comparison sites and financial institutions."
03.NIPPLE PIERCING ALARM , (General Discussion), By: BBlast , To: all (7/19/04, 3:30am)
The aspiring singer, who stars in hit reality show "The Simple Life" alongside her best pal Paris Hilton, was traveling from Reno, Nev., to New York City when her nipple piercing triggered off metal detectors at a security checkpoint.
04.Re: NIPPLE PIERCING ALARM , (General Discussion), By: murphy brown , To: BBlast (7/19/04, 6:13am)
>Life" alongside her best pal Paris Hilton, was traveling from
05.Catholic Church , (General Discussion), By: murphy brown , To: All (8/20/04, 6:16am)
But a priest at a nearby parish contacted Pelly-Waldman after learning about the dilemma, volunteering to administer the sacrament using a gluten-free host.
06.Re: My Turn To Stress , (General Discussion), By: Robert Reed , To: Robert Jones (10/13/04, 1:38am)
Dont know how many dealers you have around there, but there is lots of competition around here., when you talk to these people do so with confidence, having knowlege, before comparison shopping helps, hopefully you can do the whole thing impersonally, ON THE PHONE, and know what awaits you,( having AGREED to a price), before you even walk in the door, good luck Booga, thanks for letting me "pass you on bbm" though Rub is in the "driver seat".
07.Re: blown away? Re: blown away? , (General Discussion), By: Rob Reed , To: BBlast (11/1/04, 8:00pm)
Yup. We have had absolutely extreme winds on at least two occasions in the last six and a half years. Last night and today's winds were pretty light in comparison.
08.Re: blown away?, (General Discussion), By: BBlast , To: Rob Reed (11/2/04, 5:03am)
>today's winds were pretty light in comparison.
09.Re: I must have too much time on my hands , (General Discussion), By: Rob Reed , To: BBlast (11/12/04, 10:38am )
The "Paris Hilton Sex Tape" thread.
10.Re: San Gabriel Canyon Bridges Out , (General Discussion), By: Larry Levy , To: BBlast (1/14/05, 9:33am)
Things are not too great for the 135 residents of Follow's Camp. No food, electricty by generators, no way in or out. Lots different from being stuck in Big Bear, which is NYC in comparison to Follow's Camp :)
11.The End must be near............. , (General Discussion), By: Dr. Rub , To: All (1/14/05, 7:02pm )
Earthquakes,hurricanes,tsunamis,flooding,volcanos,mudslides,global warming,heat waves,blizzards,heavy rains,tornados,fighting in the middle east,political party bashing, political verbal warfare, disappearing social security, steroids in baseball, Micheal Jackson malesting children, murder trials, drug trafficing, brawls at sporting events, pornogaphy at sporting events(ie Janet Jackson in the Super Bowl), Dan Rather-gate, national deficit, nationwide obesity, welfare, famine, poverty, homosexuality, saddamy, controversial elections, racism, reverse racism, Howard Dean & "the Scream", celebrity boxing, political propaganda, biased media coverage, Red Sox winning World Series(although that was a good thing),NHL lockout, the BCS in college football(not a good thing), reality TV, gay marriage, frivilous lawsuits, the Paris Hilton tapes, terrorism, 9-11, male Hooters waitresses? UGH! plastic surgery, botocks, fat pills, perscription medications, increasing insurance rates & premiums, telemarketers, religious warfare, trying to ban the word Christmas!(give me a freakin break), teacher & student sex, Micheal Moore vs. Mel Gibson, W. vs. Kerry, Martha Stewart in jail, anthrax, unibombers, suicide bombers, incurable diseases, WMDs?, processed foods, fastfood heart attacks, insane technology, Liberal Hollywood, Kobe vs Shaq, East Coast bias, computer viruses, healthcare cost, morality, Bill Cosby(refreshing), Bill Clinton & Monica Lewinsky, Bill Maher(YUCK!), Ricky Williams(marajuana over football), the Yankees existance(UGH!!!) Coke vs. Pepsi, Mad Cow disease, HIV, gays in the military, abortion, gas & oil prices, Bin Laden, Suddam, Barbara Striesand(however the hell you spell it, 2 thumbs way down!) hip hop thugs, bling bling, wannabe playas, trailor park trash, crystal meth, prostitution, crack whores, corked bats(that could have 2 meanings), cloning, stem cell research, Uncle Sam, Steinbrenner(Please just go to hell!) I can go on & on! The End is near!
12.Re: San Gabriel Canyon Bridges Out , (General Discussion), By: BBlast , To: Larry Levy (1/15/05, 3:41am)
>comparison to Follow's Camp :)
13.We'll always have Paris.... , (General Discussion), By: BBlast , To: All (3/2/05, 5:53am)
14.Jackson Trial , (General Discussion), By: BBlast , To: All (3/8/05, 7:29am)
During the family's first visit to Neverland in 2000, the boy said, Jackson and an aide showed him and his brother pornography on the Internet while the pop star's young children, Paris Michael and Prince, slept on his bed.
15.Another Day in the life 'of Whacko Jacko' , (General Discussion), By: Robert Reed , To: all (3/11/05, 1:22am )
Where I went to school, it was a "comparison", of who was a "Roundhead, Puritan, ( circumsized), as opposed to being a Cavalier, a colourful comparison related (for non historians), of the English Civil War, 1649, Puritans, (Cromwell) V King, Charles 1 Stuart, he lost his head, (not his Penis>, the one above his shoulders" and Throne.
16.O'K, lets give Everyone a 50 cal, then upgrade to a Howitzer, if they show responsibility!. , (General Discussion), By: Robert Reed , To: All (6/6/05, 10:43pm )
However 4.4 (in a city fighting terrorism), pales in comparison to D.C.
17.Re: A Woman Who Can Shift My Gears! , (General Discussion), By: BBlast , To: Robert Jones (6/13/05, 5:52am)
Being out here in LaLa Land, we often see celebrities doing thier daily thing. As much as I love to see a gal like Danika Patrick, I don't like to put too much into it because none of us really "knows" her. We see her pics and her driving and love to see her in a skimpy outfit..but she could be the world's biggest bitch, or the world's nicest person...we have no idea, just the notions that WE put on someone like that. She's a picture and an image to us. Comparisons COULD be made to someone like Paris Hilton except that Ms. Patrick actually has a talent and skill....
18.2012 SUMMER GAMES AWARDED TO LONDON , (General Discussion), By: saundrabeach , To: ALL (7/6/05, 9:19am)
They beat out Paris, New York, Moscow to name a few.. Tony Blair's charisma and efforts may have really swung the decision.
19.Re: Top Ten Most Attractive Female Celebs , (General Discussion), By: BBlast , To: Robert Jones (7/25/05, 5:45am)
First, I could care less about celebrity status, a la Paris Hilton type of person. To me, talent is the most beautiful thing of all and that may not come across as "beauty" to some, but then..it IS the eye of the beholder eh?
20.Re: Top Ten Most Attractive Female Celebs , (General Discussion), By: Larry Levy , To: BBlast (7/25/05, 9:59am)
Supposedly...though I am not sure it is in Poor Richard's Almanac :) I can confirm that during my research on Franklin for a term paper back at CSUN, he did say he liked older women because, "They are so greatful". Also, he and Thomas Jefferson reportedly shared and supported a woman in Paris.
21.Re: Top Ten Most Attractive Female Celebs , (General Discussion), By: murphy brown , To: Larry Levy (7/25/05, 1:10pm)
>reportedly shared and supported a woman in Paris.
22.Re: Top Ten Most Attractive Female Celebs , (General Discussion), By: Larry Levy , To: murphy brown (7/25/05, 4:03pm)
>>reportedly shared and supported a woman in Paris.
23.Re: Top Ten Most Attractive Female Celebs , (General Discussion), By: murphy brown , To: Larry Levy (7/25/05, 7:28pm)
>>>reportedly shared and supported a woman in Paris.
24.Re: Top Ten Most Attractive Female Celebs , (General Discussion), By: Thomas Canty , To: BBlast (7/26/05, 2:23am)
>First, I could care less about celebrity status, a la Paris
25.Re: A Couple More Pics From Today , (General Discussion), By: BBlast , To: Robert Jones (8/30/05, 6:26am)
As a comparison, could you take those same shots on a "nice" day, so we can see the difference?
26.An email from a Katrina Survivor , (General Discussion), By: Larry Levy , To: All (9/2/05, 9:49pm)
We are alive and well, we are in Houston at Denise's brothers house. Thank God for Kyle and his family, it would have been a lot harder to find a place to stay if not for them. I have found out by a good friend that went back home and with the use of satellite photos that the house is in good shape no flooding maybe some minor wind damage. I live in St.Charles Parish and have heard the lights and water is back on, I am waiting for the go ahead from parish government to go back in.
27.253 MPH! , (General Discussion), By: Robert Jones , To: All (12/10/05, 3:06pm)
This, the fastest production car in the world, is broad and low, an enameled ellipse in a spiffy two-tone paint scheme. By comparison, its now-vanquished supercar rivals, such as the Ferrari Enzo and McLaren F1, are all edges and blades and angles, like F-16 fighter planes or Japanese stunt kites.
28.Paris Hilton needs a Geography Class , (General Discussion), By: Larry Levy , To: All (1/20/06, 9:35am)
29.Re: Paris Hilton needs a Geography Class , (General Discussion), By: Thomas Canty , To: Larry Levy (1/20/06, 9:45am)
30.Re: Paris Hilton needs a Geography Class , (General Discussion), By: saundrabeach , To: Thomas Canty (1/20/06, 1:05pm)
31.Re: Paris Hilton needs a Geography Class , (General Discussion), By: Larry Levy , To: Thomas Canty (1/20/06, 1:33pm)
32.Re: Paris Hilton needs a Geography Class , (General Discussion), By: Thomas Canty , To: Larry Levy (1/21/06, 3:52am)
33.Re: Paris Hilton needs a Geography Class , (General Discussion), By: BBlast , To: Thomas Canty (1/21/06, 6:09am)
34.Re: Paris Hilton needs a Geography Class , (General Discussion), By: BBlast , To: Larry Levy (1/21/06, 6:11am)
35.Re: Paris Hilton needs a Geography Class , (General Discussion), By: murphy brown , To: Larry Levy (1/21/06, 7:50am)
36.Re: Paris Hilton needs a Geography Class , (General Discussion), By: murphy brown , To: Thomas Canty (1/21/06, 7:51am)
37.Re: Paris Hilton needs a Geography Class , (General Discussion), By: Dr. Rub , To: Larry Levy (1/21/06, 8:32am)
38.Re: Paris Hilton needs a Geography Class , (General Discussion), By: Larry Levy , To: Thomas Canty (1/21/06, 10:42am)
39.Re: Paris Hilton needs a Geography Class , (General Discussion), By: BestLight , To: Dr. Rub (1/21/06, 2:22pm)
40.Re: Paris Hilton needs a Geography Class , (General Discussion), By: Dr. Rub , To: BestLight (1/21/06, 3:15pm)
41.Re: Paris Hilton needs a Geography Class , (General Discussion), By: Robert Jones , To: Thomas Canty (1/21/06, 11:12pm)
42.Re: Paris Hilton needs a Geography Class , (General Discussion), By: Thomas Canty , To: BBlast (1/22/06, 1:08am)
43.Re: Paris Hilton needs a Geography Class , (General Discussion), By: Thomas Canty , To: Larry Levy (1/22/06, 1:18am)
44.Re: Paris Hilton needs a Geography Class , (General Discussion), By: BBlast , To: BestLight (1/22/06, 7:32am)
45.Re: Paris Hilton needs a Geography Class , (General Discussion), By: Thomas Canty , To: BBlast (1/22/06, 10:53am)
46.Some of our bravest soldiers... , (General Discussion), By: Thomas Canty , To: All (1/30/06, 8:47am )
"Yeah, yeah... I got shot square in the bottom and they gave me the Cross for securing a hot spot about halfway up Suribachi. Bad thing about getting shot up on a mountain is guys getting shot hauling you down. But, Johnny, at Iwo I served under the bravest man I ever knew... We both got the cross the same day, but what he did for his Cross made mine look cheap in comparison. That dumb guy actually stood up on Red beach and directed his troops to move forward and get the hell off the beach. Bullets flying by, with mortar rounds landing everywhere and he stood there as the main target of gunfire so that he could get his men to safety. He did this on more than one occasion because his men's safety was more important than his own life.
47.Re: Comments , (General Discussion), By: Larry Levy , To: BBlast (2/16/06, 9:25am)
Perhaps this comes out of the thinking that China will become the world economic leader in the next several years? Since their government spends so much on arms, that could pose a problem. As far as comparisons to Nazi Germany are concerned, I don't see much of a comparison beyond the fact they are both totalitarian dictatorships, though China has realized their future lies in a more western economy.
48.Hilton to play Mother Teresa?????????? , (General Discussion), By: Larry Levy , To: All (2/16/06, 1:22pm)
"Socialite Paris Hilton has reportedly been asked to play celebrated humanitarian Mother Teresa in a movie biopic. Indian director T. Rajeevnath has contacted the hotel heiress about taking the lead role in his new film, which will chronicle the late nun's life. He tells MTV.co.uk, "My agents in California have contacted Paris Hilton. Although there are several actresses willing to play the role of Mother Teresa, the most widely respected and loved person, the history of the actress who is finally chosen for the role would have to be analyzed thoroughly before she is chosen."'
49.Re: WHAT?? , (General Discussion), By: BestLight , To: murphy brown (2/17/06, 8:37am)
Maybe if Paris is unavailable to do the Mother Teresa biopic, this lady could step in...
50.Re: WHAT?? , (General Discussion), By: Rob Reed , To: BestLight (2/17/06, 1:08pm)
>Maybe if Paris is unavailable to do the Mother Teresa biopic,
51.Re: Comments , (General Discussion), By: Rob Reed , To: BBlast (2/17/06, 1:13pm)
But, I think the Nazi comparison falls more in line with Smith and the other drafters of this proposal. The law seeks to curtail a U.S. business' ability to deal with another country that has a different ideology than our own.
52.Re: SHOCKING! , (General Discussion), By: Rob Reed , To: saundrabeach (3/1/06, 1:24pm)
Don't think this comes close to a comparison of what happened here.
53.Gotta watch for Paris! , (General Discussion), By: BBlast , To: All (4/24/06, 10:01am)
54.Re: Gotta watch for Paris! , (General Discussion), By: Larry Levy , To: BBlast (4/24/06, 11:38am)
55.Re: Gotta watch for Paris! , (General Discussion), By: vicki , To: Larry Levy (4/24/06, 2:25pm)
56.Re: Gotta watch for Paris! , (General Discussion), By: Larry Levy , To: vicki (4/24/06, 3:22pm)
57.Re: Gotta watch for Paris! , (General Discussion), By: Thomas Canty , To: vicki (4/25/06, 3:57am)
58.Re: Gotta watch for Paris! , (General Discussion), By: BBlast , To: Larry Levy (4/25/06, 5:14am)
59.Re: Gotta watch for Paris! , (General Discussion), By: BestLight , To: BBlast (4/25/06, 6:17am)
60.Re: Gotta watch for Paris! , (General Discussion), By: BBlast , To: BestLight (4/25/06, 9:57am)
61.Hilton confuses name of video game , (General Discussion), By: Larry Levy , To: All (5/14/06, 3:14pm)
"Socialite Paris Hilton shocked fans at the launch of her new videogame when she referred to the product by the wrong name. Jewel Jam, which can be played on a cellphone, is made by videogame maker Gameloft - who are set to create an entire series of Paris Hilton games. But the company was left red-faced last night when their celebrity endorser appeared totally clueless at the Los Angeles Convention Center for the Electronic Entertainment Expo. Hilton, who arrived late, said, "I'm really excited to have my new video game, Diamondquest. Thank you all for coming, and you can download the game."
62.Re: Hilton confuses name of video game , (General Discussion), By: BBlast , To: Larry Levy (5/15/06, 4:23am)
>"Socialite Paris Hilton shocked fans at the launch of her new
63.Re: OK, SO I HAVE TOO MUCH TIME ON MY HANDS...QUIZ , (General Discussion), By: Larry Levy , To: saundrabeach (5/20/06, 10:54am)
Paris Hilton's dog. :)
64.Re: OK, SO I HAVE TOO MUCH TIME ON MY HANDS...QUIZ , (General Discussion), By: Thomas Canty , To: Larry Levy (5/21/06, 5:01am)
>Paris Hilton's dog. :)
65.Re: OK, SO I HAVE TOO MUCH TIME ON MY HANDS...QUIZ , (General Discussion), By: Larry Levy , To: Thomas Canty (5/21/06, 9:57am)
>>Paris Hilton's dog. :)
66.Al Zarqawi , (General Discussion), By: Robert Jones , To: All (6/8/06, 9:47pm)
I do not celebrate Zarqawi's death. The taking of a man's life is a serious thing even in war time and as an American citizen I condoned and hold of a share of the guilt in this action. Zarqawi certainly earned his fate and was deserving of his end. I see him as a world criminal and as an evil doer who was behind some of the worst crimes and atrocities against humanity since and perhaps equal to those of the Nazis. There can be no more vile a comparison than that in my mind. Zarqawi's testament to his life's accomplishment is to be compared to the most vile products of humanity
67.Re: Hookers and Horseshoes , (General Discussion), By: BBlast , To: murphy brown (7/11/06, 6:52am)
Now THAT has humor! Compare a religious icon to a cartoon! Is there a piano being drop out of a tall building in that comparison, somewhere? :0
68.Re: Hookers and Horseshoes , (General Discussion), By: murphy brown , To: BBlast (7/11/06, 11:52am)
>comparison, somewhere? :0
69.Would YOU Eat Cloned Meat? , (General Discussion), By: saundrabeach , To: ALL (1/2/07, 9:48am)
We are the culture of biological change for the sake of ego. What was that commercial tag line for G.E. years ago? "Better living through science." And wait until Madison Avenue gets a hold of the cloning thing. Don't you know that if the "in" look is, say Paris Hilton, that thousands upon thousands of cloned Paris Hiltons will be created in labs all over the world? That all by itself is a really scary thought and should give us all pause.
70.Mayor Murder? Mysterious , (General Discussion), By: saundrabeach , To: ALL (1/6/07, 1:07pm)
"This is the South, so of course everybody's going to say it was some white guy shooting a black guy," said Dr. Terry Welke, the Calcasieu Parish coroner who ruled that Washington killed himself.
71.Mad Dogs And Englishmen go out in the Noon Day Sun... , (General Discussion), By: saundrabeach , To: ALL (1/23/07, 10:23am)
Ultra high-end property prices in London are the most expensive in the world, with some recent sales hitting $5,900 per square foot - making the Cadogan Place studio a bargain by comparison, according to research published last year by CB Richard Ellis Group Inc.
72.Priest goes Beserk , (General Discussion), By: saundrabeach , To: ALL (1/31/07, 4:32pm)
A Priest has gone beserk here in Vegas this week. It seems he asked a parishioner who also is the singer at his church if she was ready to go to heaven a week ago. Didn't report what she answered, but a couple of days ago, he came up behind her and started hitting her with a green wine bottle (don't know if it was communion wine or red or white) he then began groping her in a unsuitable manner and then she started praying out loud.
73.Survivors Remember Hindenburg's Fiery End , (General Discussion), By: saundrabeach , To: ALL (5/6/07, 3:13pm)
Deadly Tornado Destroys Kansas TownMystery of Mercury's Core CrackedJet With 114 Aboard Crashes in CameroonSix-Legged Calf Born on Nebraska FarmParis Hilton Sentenced to 45 Days in JailThe historical society planned a private 70th anniversary memorial service Sunday at the crash site in Lakehurst, about 40 miles east of Philadelphia.
74.Same Sex Fairy Tale Weddings To Be Included at Disneyland Theme Parks , (General Discussion), By: saundrabeach , To: ALL (5/11/07, 6:11am )
http://www.JewishWorldReview.com | That high pitched humming sound you hear is coming from Walt Disney's grave as he spins faster than Paris Hilton's overpriced attorneys attempting to plead her case.
75.Origin of Mother's Day , (General Discussion), By: saundrabeach , To: All (5/12/07, 6:46pm )
&box-Mother's Day celebrations can be traced back to the spring celebrations of ancient Greece in honor of Rhea, wife of Cronus and the Mother of the Gods and goddesses. In Rome Mother's Day-like festival was dedicated to the worship of Cybele, another mother goddess. Ceremonies in her honor began some 250 years before Christ was born. This Roman religious celebration was known as Hilaria and it lasted for three days. Some say the ceremonies in honor of Cybele were adopted by the early church to venerate the Mother of Christ, Mary. Others believe the Mother Church was substituted for mother goddess and custom began to dictate that a person visit the church of his/her baptism on this day. People attended the mother church of their parish, laden with offerings.
76.Reading This Should Stop Your Hunger For Fast Food , (General Discussion), By: saundrabeach , To: ALL (5/29/07, 6:21pm )
Burger King's marketing is more geared towards the hungry man in comparison to the healthier image McDonald's tries to show. With all three "value meals" around the same price, I'd like to see what marketing plan Burger King will counter with.-box&
77.Paris Released Because of ILLNESS! , (General Discussion), By: saundrabeach , To: All (6/7/07, 12:37pm)
78.Paris Released Because of ILLNESS! , (General Discussion), By: saundrabeach , To: All (6/7/07, 12:40pm)
79.From Free Bird to Jailbird?, (General Discussion), By: saundrabeach , To: saundrabeach (6/8/07, 11:10am)
Paris Hilton in Peril of Going Back to Jail
80.Re: From Free Bird to Jailbird?, (General Discussion), By: saundrabeach , To: saundrabeach (6/8/07, 11:17am)
Paris Back to the Big House?
81.Re: Paris Back In Jail , (General Discussion), By: saundrabeach , To: saundrabeach (6/8/07, 1:26pm)
82.Re: Paris Back In Jail , (General Discussion), By: Larry Levy , To: saundrabeach (6/8/07, 2:53pm)
83.Baby Einstein: Not so smart after all , (General Discussion), By: Marie Reed , To: All (8/7/07, 11:33am)
As far as Christakis and his colleagues can determine, the only thing that baby videos are doing is producing a generation of overstimulated kids. "There is an assumption that stimulation is good, so more is better," he says. "But that's not true; there is such a thing as overstimulation." His group has found that the more television children watch, the shorter their attention spans later in life. "Their minds come to expect a high level of stimulation, and view that as normal," says Christakis, "and by comparison, reality is boring."
84.Re: From another list , (Politics, Government & Law), By: VolodyAnarchist , To: VolodyAnarchist (4/25/03, 6:59am)
On your comment about Charles Manson, i say that was a great call. What you have just done is said that you don't actually have to put a bullet in somebody's head, you can still be responsible for that person's death (since CM didn't actually fisically kill anyone). And that of course brings up a comparison between him and GWB. And after that comparison Manson looks like an angel to me. If i would have to chose between 100 Mansons or one Bush i chose the former.
85.Navajo Teen Denied Feather at Graduation , (Politics, Government & Law), By: VolodyAnarchist , To: myself (7/28/03, 12:29am)
Heather and her mother, Julia, are enraged over the comparison
86.Good, although a little misleading news about Hacktivists , (Politics, Government & Law), By: VolodyAnarchist , To: All (8/3/03, 11:49pm)
researching hacktivism. "Comparisons are made with the land enclosure
87.Re: ACLU To The Rescue , (Politics, Government & Law), By: Rob Reed , To: Guest14127 (IP: 69.105.59.84) (9/1/04, 11:40am)
I am willing to bet even my Dad would agree on this: Any soldier who served in Vietnam for a single day has more of a right than anyone to protest that or any war. To my knowledge, Kerry never sat in a Vietcong gun turret, so the comparison doesn't sit well with me at all. In fact, for Kerry to take the position he did at the time he did in our Nation's capital (where he was not likely to get much support)... he should be considered a Patriot -- a hero.
88.Re: Kerry and his Valor , (Politics, Government & Law), By: Robert Reed , To: Shon Wells (9/15/04, 10:17pm)
There is no doubt that war decorations, perhaps in comparison to W.W.2 were given out far more liberally in Vietnam, then again it was a war mostly fought without "front lines" and with a lack of support from the homeland, unlike W.W.2 an extra medal or two went a long way to boosting morale.
89.Re: Kerry and his Valor , (Politics, Government & Law), By: Rob Reed , To: Shon Wells (9/17/04, 2:11pm )
Regarding Kerry's visit with the Vietcong in 1971, Paris, France, I offer you this exchange from Kerry's Congressional testimony, shortly after:
90.Re: Kerry and his Valor , (Politics, Government & Law), By: Robert Reed , To: Rob Reed (9/18/04, 10:40pm)
>Regarding Kerry's visit with the Vietcong in 1971, Paris,
91.Free Press , (Politics, Government & Law), By: BBlast , To: all (10/30/04, 6:03am)
PARIS HILTON!!
92.Re: Free Press , (Politics, Government & Law), By: Larry Levy , To: BBlast (10/30/04, 3:00pm)
Well Paris looks better in a short skirt than Kerry does.
93.Re: Free Press , (Politics, Government & Law), By: BBlast , To: Larry Levy (10/31/04, 5:24am)
>Well Paris looks better in a short skirt than Kerry does.
94.Re: Free Press , (Politics, Government & Law), By: Larry Levy , To: BBlast (10/31/04, 9:55am)
>>Well Paris looks better in a short skirt than Kerry does.
95.Re: Free Press , (Politics, Government & Law), By: Thomas Canty , To: Larry Levy (10/31/04, 6:08pm)
>>>Well Paris looks better in a short skirt than Kerry does.
96.Re: Free Press , (Politics, Government & Law), By: Rob Reed , To: Thomas Canty (10/31/04, 10:07pm)
>I don't find Paris the least bit attractive.
97.Re: Free Press , (Politics, Government & Law), By: BBlast , To: Larry Levy (11/1/04, 4:47am)
>>>Well Paris looks better in a short skirt than Kerry does.
98.Re: Free Press , (Politics, Government & Law), By: BBlast , To: Thomas Canty (11/1/04, 4:50am)
>>>>Well Paris looks better in a short skirt than Kerry does.
99.Re: Free Press , (Politics, Government & Law), By: murphy brown , To: Thomas Canty (11/1/04, 6:17am)
>>>>Well Paris looks better in a short skirt than Kerry does.
100.Re: Free Press , (Politics, Government & Law), By: murphy brown , To: Rob Reed (11/1/04, 6:19am)
>>I don't find Paris the least bit attractive.
101.Re: Free Press , (Politics, Government & Law), By: Larry Levy , To: Thomas Canty (11/1/04, 10:56am)
>I don't find Paris the least bit attractive.
102.Re: Free Press , (Politics, Government & Law), By: BBlast , To: murphy brown (11/2/04, 5:07am)
>>>>>Well Paris looks better in a short skirt than Kerry does.
103.Re: Republican Logic , (Politics, Government & Law), By: Rob Reed , To: Shon Wells (11/2/04, 3:06pm )
I disagree. The comparison is of two political fruits who each made a mistake under similar circumstances. One is forgiven... the other is crucified. And, the one being forgiven is the one who caused more damage.
104.Why Kerry lost the election in my opinion. , (Politics, Government & Law), By: Dr. Rub , To: All (11/3/04, 10:41pm )
This whole election was based mainly on morality. Iraq, the war, the national debt, jobs, the economy, healthcare, you name it, were all important, but secondary in comparison. There will be many that argue, " Well, where's the separation of church & state?" I can't answer that, but many many Americans, for whatever reason felt that the issue of morality was & is very very important. Kerry needed to somehow indentify with the south better & he failed to do so. I'm sure Kerry has morals & probably has faith in God or some sort of religion, but that perception by many wasn't there. Bush has always been very open about his faith in God or a higher being & people in the south, no matter your color or gender consider that very very important, atleast for those of us that believe in God or a higher being & are religious.
105.Re: Michael Jackson verdict , (Politics, Government & Law), By: Rob Reed , To: Chris Reed (6/13/05, 3:10pm )
The reality, though, is that the comparison is faulty. To compare this case with OJ, Nicole's and Ron's ghost would have had to testify to provide direct testimony.
106.Re: Dick Durben , (Politics, Government & Law), By: Rob Reed , To: Shon Wells (6/20/05, 11:43am)
By Thursday, conservatives’ anger at what they portrayed as a comparison between the U.S. and some of history’s most murderous regimes was boiling.-quote&
107.Re: Dick Durben , (Politics, Government & Law), By: Chris Reed , To: Shon Wells (6/29/05, 1:26pm)
"The audacity of some Members to stand up and say, How dare you break this rule, it is the equivalent of Adolf Hitler in 1942 saying: I'm in Paris, how dare you invade me, how dare you bomb my city. It's mine."
108.France Again , (Politics, Government & Law), By: Shon Wells , To: All (9/22/05, 2:41pm)
PARIS - France announced financial incentives Thursday for parents to have a third child, hoping to boost its fertility rate by helping people to better juggle the demands of work and family life.
109.Re: : Legal rights or not! / Robert's writing! , (Politics, Government & Law), By: Dr. Rub , To: saundrabeach (4/3/06, 11:31pm )
I read Robert's post. Wow! Very interesting! My mind is numb! Robert has a way of articulation that is just simply incredible. I often wonder sometimes how he is able just to sit down & make these long posts. He has often told me that it just sometimes comes to him in his dreams at night, like some kind of revelation. Maybe he just has moments of total clarity. I don't know. He is so full of thoughts & articulation that it just makes his posts seem effortless, yet amazing. I don't mean to say he doesn't put forth effort. I just mean he makes it look so damn easy. I sometimes think he is an articulative genious. So much so that if I read one of his posts, regardless of the subject, I don't feel worthy of responding. And if I did respond, it just pails in comparison, almost making the response irrelavent. Admittedly, some of the stuff he posts or writes about, it just doesn't interest me, but I usually read it anyway just to appreciate his writing skills, his articulation, his vocabulary, the flow & naturality of his writing. Robert should seriously write some books. He definately has the skills, the thought process, the articulation, & probably almost everything else that it takes to be a serious & professional writer.
110.Is Paris 'Shagging' the Sherriff' , (Politics, Government & Law), By: Robert Reed , To: All (6/8/07, 12:30am )
111.Re: Is Paris 'Shagging' the Sherriff' , (Politics, Government & Law), By: Larry Levy , To: Robert Reed (6/8/07, 9:59am)
112.Re: Is Paris 'Shagging' the Sherriff' , (Politics, Government & Law), By: Thomas Canty , To: Robert Reed (6/8/07, 10:25am)
113.Re: Is Paris 'Shagging' the Sherriff' , (Politics, Government & Law), By: Larry Levy , To: Thomas Canty (6/8/07, 2:55pm)
114.Re: Is Paris 'Shagging' the Sherriff' , (Politics, Government & Law), By: Thomas Canty , To: Larry Levy (6/9/07, 1:21am)
115.Re: Is Paris 'Shagging' the Sherriff' , (Politics, Government & Law), By: Larry Levy , To: Thomas Canty (6/9/07, 9:47am)
116.Re: Is Paris 'Shagging' the Sherriff' , (Politics, Government & Law), By: Thomas Canty , To: Larry Levy (6/9/07, 11:40am)
117.Re: Is Paris 'Shagging' the Sherriff' , (Politics, Government & Law), By: Larry Levy , To: Thomas Canty (6/9/07, 3:34pm)
118.Re: Is Paris 'Shagging' the Sherriff' , (Politics, Government & Law), By: Robert Reed , To: Thomas Canty (6/10/07, 12:29am )
119.Re: Is Paris 'Shagging' the Sherriff' , (Politics, Government & Law), By: Robert Reed , To: Larry Levy (6/10/07, 5:10am)
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