I've never re-posted any part of that disgusting spew of yours before (more delusional rambling from you). But since you brought it up...
Move along now, nothing to see here. ~Antonio
How only the post, and not your scale-encrusted ass, was deleted is still a mystery to me. But it shoots holes in your persistent whine that the Mods are in my pocket. If that were the case, you'd have been gone and forgotten a long time ago.
But back to the point, "Watchman"... With that post — by dragging my wife and daughters into your rant — you not only set the bar lower than it's ever been set, you established new rules of engagement betwixt thee and me. Every time you come nipping at my heels, expect a fat, rolled-up Sunday paper across your cold, wet nose.
There's something for you to watch. As our friend would say, <--- Get it, Mothra?
Edited by Antonio (05/02/1012:21 AM) Edit Reason: Forum Mom says "No!"
And just to make it clear; I don't believe that the difference in people's opinions about "gays" in the military as opposed to "homosexuals" in the military is:
"because gays are perceived as persons who happen to be happy and carefree whereas homosexuals are those who indulge in same-sex activities."
I believe it is much more likely because the word "gays" to describe a sexual orientation has lost most or all of the negative connotation it may have had for most people, while the word "homosexuals" stirs up negative feelings in people because it still has negative connotations for most people.
But that does not mean you are not entitled to your theory, km.
_________________________ We are what we repeatedly do - Aristotle
Loc: San Francisco, CA
Both of you, this nonsense stops now. I'm deleting that quote. If the original message was removed, I think it's safe to assume you shouldn't quote it- not to mention the point still stands in it's absence.
_________________________ “Creative ability is best displayed with the most basic tools."
Hate to tell you, Antonio, but when someone crosses the line with me like that, mercy is out the window. I don't get mad. I get even. Often. Got a problem with that, I'm just as happy to follow Donna out the door.
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