I learned in college to have reason back-up any argument, unlike the conspiracies <br>that you three (cherrie, djstephan) embrace.<br><br>Try Again!<br>You continue to be insulting even in the midst of an apology. <br><br>That is a canned insult, just like your spitting the word "Liberals"<br>in people's faces. It's a Loaded term, designed to shut people up.<br><br><br><br><br><br>[color:green]"...or am I a butterfly that's dreaming she's a woman?"</font color=green>
_________________________ . "...or am I a butterfly dreaming she's a woman?"
LOL! What arguments has he *backed-up*? Restating you opinions without any facts proves nothing! Another one hypontized by FOX— the brain dead blind. <br><br>'Look there he is…<br><br>Satirized before he was born is it?<br><br>[color:yellow]a candle is not there to illuminate itself</font color=yellow>
I guess we revert back to politics and insults, I tried...<br><br>Celandine and Cherry, you two remind me of the PMS feminists on campus that believe every blame-America-first conspiracy, and can't take the slightest political joke, and are too serious. I'd like to call them Fembots. When Bush won, one of the Fembots was crying. I wanted to boast about the win..., but of course, I knew she would have lost it and yelled like PMS girls gone wild. <br><br>Is there medication for the wild emotion swings feminists have all the time, especially during PMS? ;-) I know there is medication for conspiracy lovers, its called ockham's razor, the scientific method, innocence before proven guilty, reason and knowledge from multiple sources of different political views not only liberal outfits like NPR or invalid internet sources. <br><br>You three (w/djstephan) should get together, and make the perfect couple. I wonder who would wear the pants in that relationship. Have a nice menage a trois . As for suggestions for your children's names, assuming you don't abort them, here's a list: Karl, Mao, Fidel, Kim Jong and Jacque.<br><br> "A rising tide lifts all boats." JFK
<blockquote><font size=1>In reply to:</font><hr><p>Celandine and Cherry, you two remind me of the PMS feminists on campus that believe every blame-America-first conspiracy, and can't take the slightest political joke, and are too serious. I'd like to call them Fembots.<p><hr></blockquote><p>Hmmm .. are you sure C & C are "fem"bots?<br><br><br><br>Perhaps sockbots.<br><br>
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<blockquote><font size=1>In reply to:</font><hr><p>common courtesy that if you are asking someone out, you do that person the honor of paying his/her way. That still works for me. If I extend the invitation, I had better be able to pay!<p><hr></blockquote><p><br>That just about sums it up, I think, Lisa. I have never considered going out on a date a financial proposition on either side. I certainly don't think that because I spend a couple of quid I deserve a pro quo, or vice versa. There's nothing more destructive to any relationship than to think of human beings as commodities. No doubt I've been suckered by some folks I've dated--but you know what, I'd rather be suckered than think I live in a commodity market of human flesh.<br><br>Of course, I've been married now for 24 years (will be 24 on July 12th), so I may be entirely out of whack. <br><br>
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Man.... Ockham needs to get with the times and get the new razors with the four blades instead of those three. <br><br>----<br>Stupidity is like nuclear power. It can be used for good or evil.... and you don't want to get any on you.
---- Stupidity is like nuclear power. It can be used for good or evil.... and you don't want to get any on you.
#150934 - 03/23/0407:31 PMRe: The mittens are off...
The Queer Eyes tell us one blade is best. And who would know better than them?<br><br>Take your time, try not to go over the same spot twice, and only shave up if you've already shaved down. <br><br>And don't forget... moisturize! I can't stress this enough, boys!<br><br>
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