Maybe YOU should try some,<br>A little fertilizer may help grow some hair to add to that bad comb-over.<br><br> SEE? I told you I have a sense of humor! <br><br><br><br>[color:green]"...or am I a butterfly that's dreaming she's a woman?"</font color=green>
The world is at war, and people beating people over the head <br>day in and day out ...trying to convince them to vote again to <br>join in the carnage is simply no laughing matter.<br><br>If you think it is, then you should seek help.<br><br>You say MY POV? ...what about YOURS?<br>This neo-fascist POV is obviously to your liking,<br>so the rest of us should just shut up and take it?<br><br>Or suffer the WRATH OF STEVE!!!<br><br>If we don't, we have no sense of humor. OH NO!!!!! NOT THAT!!!!!<br>or we're sick? or stupid, or whatever the menu of the day is?<br><br>GEEZE! All of you should REALLY give it a rest!<br><br><br><br><br><br><br><br>[color:green]"...or am I a butterfly that's dreaming she's a woman?"</font color=green>
<blockquote><font size=1>In reply to:</font><hr><p><blockquote><h2>[color:red]Twenty-Five Rules of Disinformation</font color=red></h2> <br> 1. Hear no evil, see no evil, speak no evil <br> 2. Become incredulous and indignant <br> 3. Create rumor mongers <br> 4. Use a straw man <br> 5. Sidetrack opponents w name calling, ridicule <br> 6. Hit and Run <br> 7. Question motives <br> 8. Invoke authority <br> 9. Play Dumb <br>10. Associate opponent charges with old news <br>11. Establish and rely upon fall-back positions <br>12. Enigmas have no solution <br>13. Alice in Wonderland Logic <br>14. Demand complete solutions <br>15. Fit the facts to alternate conclusions <br>16. Vanish evidence and witnesses <br>17. Change the subject <br>18. Emotionalize, Antagonize, and Goad <br>19. Ignore facts, demand impossible proofs <br>20. False evidence <br>21. Call a Grand Jury, Special Prosecutor <br>22. Manufacture a new truth <br>23. Create bigger distractions <br>24. Silence critics <br>25. Vanish <br><h2>Eight Traits of The Disinformationalist</h2> <br> 1. Avoidance <br> 2. Selectivity <br> 3. Coincidental <br> 4. Teamwork <br> 5. Anti-conspiratorial <br> 6. Artificial Emotions <br> 7. Inconsistent <br> 8. Newly Discovered : Time Constant </blockquote><p><hr></blockquote><p>In which Celandine perfectly decribes the MCF. Good job, C!<br><br><br><br>****************<br><br>
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#175886 - 07/01/0409:52 PMRe: 25 Rules of Disinformation
IMHO: Anyone who takes themselves as seriously as you does not possess a sense of humor. Anyone who gets as defensive as you do over a little ribbing does not have a sense of humor. Anyone who rages as incessantly as you do has no funny bone. And anyone who hemorrhages like you do if a post doesn't precisely align with your thread is taking themselves way too seriously. Oops, back the beginning! <br><br>BTW, lady, I don't even have enough hair for a comb-over, so try again to show me how hilarious you are. <br><br>
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She set's 'em up and you just knock 'em down, huh Steve? Why do you bother to open her threads, surely you have better things to do? Why not take a pass?<br><br>Besides didn't I hear you dispensing that kind of advice to us all when we're confronted with threads we disliked and instead you insist on lo-jacking this thread?<br><br><br>[color:red]I am not John Kerry and I made this ad.</font color=red>
<blockquote><font size=1>In reply to:</font><hr><p>2.) Don't stand to windward<br><p><hr></blockquote><p>Shouldn't that be leeward? Windward is upwind of, leeward is downwind of. I believe I'd rather be to the windward size of the p!sser.<br><br><br><br><br>
_________________________ Old farts, the hidden caulk of civilization. Jim Atkinson
#175890 - 07/01/0411:20 PMRe: 3 Rules of Engagement in a P!ssing Contest
It's my smug sarcasm-ism-itis. <br><br>I've never expressed any displeasure with these threads (though I've recorded my disagreement w/the originator's POV—as is my right). It ain't up to me — or any of us — who posts what. And in fact, I do avoid many threads that I don't care for.<br><br>The only one "lo-jacking" this thread (and others) is the author herself. Ignoring my attempt at a little levity in this instance would have preempted any further exchange on the spot — I'm not generally in the habit of replying to myself over and over again. But when the remarks get flat out nasty — yes, you better believe I'll knock 'em down as fast as they can be set up — until I get nailed or bored, which ever comes first. Right or wrong, my prerogative. So, with all due respect, I'll decide for myself which threads to ignore — as will you, I'm sure.<br><br>
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