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PostPosted: Tue Apr 09, 2013 10:32 am 
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In actual "just breaking news"...

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At least 14 hurt in stabbing spree on Texas college campus, authorities say
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So far, no fatalities are reported. Imagine if the assailant(s) had been armed with guns.... :P :roll:


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In actual "just breaking news"...

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At least 14 hurt in stabbing spree on Texas college campus, authorities say
http://usnews.nbcnews.com/_news/2013/04 ... s-say?lite


So far, no fatalities are reported. Imagine if the assailant(s) had been armed with guns.... :P :roll:

Or armed with a pitchfork! Or a scythe! Or a K-Tel Wunda-Blenda!!
The mind boggles!

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SPACEBROTHER wrote:
In actual "just breaking news"...

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At least 14 hurt in stabbing spree on Texas college campus, authorities say
http://usnews.nbcnews.com/_news/2013/04 ... s-say?lite


So far, no fatalities are reported. Imagine if the assailant(s) had been armed with guns.... :P :roll:

Or armed with a pitchfork! Or a scythe! Or a K-Tel Wunda-Blenda!!
The mind boggles!


The assailant wasn't armed with a gun, and as a result, so far there are no casualties. Had he been armed with a gun, it would have been another Newtown or Columbine.

With those potential weapons that you mentioned, as with a knife or boxcutter, the assailant would have had to have direct physical contact or be in close proximaty with the victims. Not so with guns, where a person can literally shoot hundreds of rounds in a matter of a couple of minutes from a substantial distance into a crowd of children.


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What ever happened to putting Acid (LSD) in the water supply as a way to act out? When I was a Jr. High & High school student, every few months there'd be an Acid water scare and the hall monitors became water faucet guarders. I always volunteered for "hall duty" hoping for a freebie! Never got any and when you get older you find out the logistics of doing this stunt are close to nil. The teachers/cops who should have known better preferred the knee jerk reaction*, rather than "take a chance" that some thing like that could even be pulled off. What did they think, everyone with LSD was a dentist and this was a fluoride preparation in the water? :roll:
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*It was a scare tactic against drugs/longhair/peace/anything that wasn't status quo back in the "daze".

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Chinese Man Requires Emergency Surgery After the Swamp Eel He Stuck Up His Butt Gnaws Through His Colon

http://gawker.com/5994144/chinese-man-requires-emergency-surgery-after-the-swamp-eel-he-stuck-up-his-butt-gnaws-through-his-colon

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Jesus-fuck.

I don't ever want to know what you have to live through to reach a point where you are sticking eels up your ass. Didn't read the story. Sounds like eel abuse.

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Imagine if the assailant(s) had been armed with guns

Oh boy, just imagine! You'd probably have an orgasm. And just imagine how self righteous you could act. Thing is, it unfortunately took violence to allow you to reach your comfy, cozy little soapbox.

I'd rather hear about your own personal shortcomings and what you intend to do about them rather than all of your worthless political preaching.


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Chinese Man Requires Emergency Surgery After the Swamp Eel He Stuck Up His Butt Gnaws Through His Colon

http://gawker.com/5994144/chinese-man-requires-emergency-surgery-after-the-swamp-eel-he-stuck-up-his-butt-gnaws-through-his-colon

Funny thing is this isn't an isolated incident! One person died when friends stuck an eel up his ass. With friends like that who needs enemas? They do and quick! The other extracted eel escaped unharmed, in New Zealand. So were is it Gray_Ghost_? :shock:

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KAPT.KIIRK wrote:
Milton Bradley wrote:
Chinese Man Requires Emergency Surgery After the Swamp Eel He Stuck Up His Butt Gnaws Through His Colon

http://gawker.com/5994144/chinese-man-requires-emergency-surgery-after-the-swamp-eel-he-stuck-up-his-butt-gnaws-through-his-colon

Funny thing is this isn't an isolated incident! One person died when friends stuck an eel up his ass. With friends like that who needs enemas? They do and quick! The other extracted eel escaped unharmed, in New Zealand. So were is it Gray_Ghost_? :shock:



What the fuck is wrong with people, how do you wake up in the morning and say..." wow I have a good idea for some cheap thrills today"... :smoke:


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downer mydnyte wrote:
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Imagine if the assailant(s) had been armed with guns

Oh boy, just imagine! You'd probably have an orgasm. And just imagine how self righteous you could act. Thing is, it unfortunately took violence to allow you to reach your comfy, cozy little soapbox.

I'd rather hear about your own personal shortcomings and what you intend to do about them rather than all of your worthless political preaching.



Gauging by many of your posts, I'd think you were the one with the eels gnawing through your asshole.

I fully realise that it's chumps like you who are incapable of accepting certain inconvenient realities. My guess is that you have never been in a single situation involving gun violence in your entire life. I have. I've been here. I've seen first hand what morons with guns do, as well as morons who aren't responsible enough to possess them.

When you've had loaded guns pointed at your face, or one of your love ones gets mowed down by one, then you might have something of relevence to add to the subject of the gun related conversation. Otherwise, your just another wannabe sheltered douchebag who believes the same corporate sponsored propaganda and sales pitch that you preach to others about.

Don't believe for a minute that the gun industry isn't behind and funding the pro-gun corporate propaganda, and the polititians they buy off. Your no different than the other people you say are on soapboxes. Your psuedo dissenter bullshit is nothing but the same bullshit you bitch about, without the mirror.

You may now remove your butt eel.


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ExxonMobil gets safety award while cleaning up spill

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The ExxonMobil Corp. has been honored with a “Green Cross of Safety” medal, bestowed as the oil giant was cleaning up thousands of barrels of heavy Canadian oil spilled by a pipeline rupture onto the streets and backyards of a small town in Arkansas.

ExxonMobil was hit with a $5 million lawsuit Monday by residents of Mayflower, Ark., who said in their filing: “This Arkansas class action lawsuit involves the worst crude oil and tar sands spill in Arkansas history.” The suit estimates that up to 20,000 barrels spilled: ExxonMobil has estimated the spill at 3,500 to 5,000 barrels.

The mess in Arkansas didn’t stop ExxonMobil Chairman/CEO Rex W. Tillertson from accepting accolades from the National Safety Council. “It is an honor to receive this medal on behalf of the men and women of ExxonMobil,” said a proud Tillertson. “We hold this award in high esteem because it recognizes the deep commitment of our company and our people to a culture of safety.”

ExxonMobil is a sensitive oil giant. It waged a 15-year battle against a $5 billion punitive damages award from the 1989 Exxon Valdez oil spill in Alaska, eventually reducing the award to $500 million. Lawyers from the Los Angeles firm of O’Melveny & Myers argued at a federal appellate court hearing in Seattle that Exxon had suffered enough and paid out enough already.

The National Safety Council, on whose board sits an ExxonMobil vice president, commended the oil giant for its “leadership and comprehensive commitment to safety excellence. In bestowing the Green Cross of Safety, it said:

“ExxonMobil distinguished itself over a period of years for outstanding achievements in workplace safety, community service, environmental stewardship and responsible citizenship.”

The recent Arkansas rupture, a 2-3″ gash in the 65-year-old Pegasus Pipeline, hit a town of 2,200 about 20 miles north of Little Rock. It forced evacuation of homes. ExxonMobil put a lid — literally — on news coverage. A no-fly zone was established over the spill. Journalists were barred from the school where ExxonMobil and state officials were meeting with local residents.

In a reassuring letter to residents of Mayflower, ExxonMobil promised to pay cleanup costs and said: “Although you may smell an odor, current air quality readings are below levels likely to cause health effects.”

ExxonMobil is still living down a 2011 oil spill into the Yellowstone River in Montana. The spill fouled 70 miles of riverbank and killed all manner of aquatic life. Investigators from the U.S. Department of Transportation found that a 46-minute delay in cutting off the flow of oil substantially worsened environmental damage from the spill.

The Department of Transportation fined ExxonMobil $1.7 million over the Yellowstone River spill. It was a proverbial drop in the bucket for a company that made $41.1 billion in profits for 2011.

President Obama is facing a decision as to whether to approve construction of the 1,700-mile Keystone Pipeline, which would carry heavy oil from Alberta’s tar sands project in northern Canada to refineries along America’s Gulf Coast.

Environmentalists oppose the pipeline. Oil industry groups have flooded Cable TV airwaves with spots in which a sleek, pants-suited model extolls the safety of America’s vast network of underground pipelines.

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It's pathetic that, even in this day and age, that big business, like the oil industry, the gun industry and the banks are above the law. A byproduct of deregulation.

There's too many to list, but in almost every case, the businesses responsible get away with it...

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_in ... _disasters

Anybody remember the Bhopal Union Carbide disaster?


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ExxonMobil gets safety award while cleaning up spill

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I suppose its better than more destruction while cleaning up. Wait. If I read that whole thing am I gonna find out thats what it was... better close my eyes and keep bling-blonging, bling blong blingblong, blingblongblingblongblingblonglalalalalalalalalalala

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It's pathetic that, even in this day and age, that big business, like the oil industry, the gun industry and the banks are above the law. A byproduct of deregulation.


You mean it's a by-product of the socialistic policies embedded within the particular type of Mixed Economy that we live in that ALLOWS Corporatism's stranglehold over Government and the markets... :roll:

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I fully realise that it's chumps like you....



In order for your posts to have meaning you must be, at least occasionally, willing to have your mind changed. I am always willing to learn and change my mind. Are you?

Those are pretty big leaps you are taking. Wild speculation based on your own inability to comprehend my posts. All this time you spend hating is time wasted that could have been spent in pursuit of joy. You can't understand me too quickly. I'm nothing you imagine. My stance is solid. Your shallow and superficial remarks about me (claiming I fall for the same corporate propaganda I denounce..ha!) should be reconsidered after digesting the following FACTS.
1. I don't particularly like guns.
2. Fuck the NRA. I don't believe a word they say.
3. ( and this is a big one): I have been on the wrong end of a gun but it doesn't make me any more qualified to stand up for my beliefs.
4. I don't think that you are worthy of making decisions for other adults. If they wanna play with guns they should be allowed. When you start making decisions for other people, that's when you are wrong.
5. I voted for Obama in 2008 and left it blank in 2012.

Now what? You can't get political with me because my stance has nothing to do with a political party. I have none. It's about human emotion.
I'm very careful (most of the time) to state my own feelings and not speculate about what other people feel. You could be more careful.

Basically: I can't be wrong if I am simply expressing a personal feeling. I can't be a hypocrite when I'm simply relating what I've seen in real, actual life. It's called witnessing. I'm not wrong when I tell you that I don't think you should take away guns from strangers. That's how I feel. And I will stand up for my feelings.

I feel more threatened by your mentality than I do by guns. You can't deny me that. You are an oppressor in this issue. You think you are worthy of removing something that you didn't create.



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asshole.

chumps

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wannabe sheltered douchebag

psuedo dissenter


You're very combative for an anti gun advocate.


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edited twice for comic relief...

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SPACEBROTHER wrote:
It's pathetic that, even in this day and age, that big business, like the oil industry, the gun industry and the banks are above the law. A byproduct of deregulation.


You mean it's a by-product of the socialistic policies embedded within the particular type of Mixed Economy that we live in that ALLOWS Corporatism's stranglehold over Government and the markets... :roll:



No...I mean it's the blatant deregulation of the industries that have massive environmental disasters, or create a system of usary that allows them to get away with things us little folk would go to prison for.

What YOU mean is that corporations are people, and corporations hate Socialism because it cuts into profit margins...or maybe your almost saying that, because the absolutism of almost is pretty much the basis of everything you say.


Incidently...Almost only counts in horseshoes and hand grenades...


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downer mydnyte wrote:
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I fully realise that it's chumps like you....



In order for your posts to have meaning you must be, at least occasionally, willing to have your mind changed. I am always willing to learn and change my mind. Are you?
I've been around long enough and have seen enough first hand to solidify my views on most issues I discuss, and I back up and stand behind everything I say. On ther occasions where my views change, I state it.

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Those are pretty big leaps you are taking.
Leaps of what?

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Wild speculation based on your own inability to comprehend my posts.
Your posts are pretty simplistic in a black and white way, mostly white from what I gather.

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All this time you spend hating is time wasted that could have been spent in pursuit of joy. You can't understand me too quickly. I'm nothing you imagine. My stance is solid.


1. I can spend my time doing whatever the fuck I want. If you don't like it, ignore it.
2. Based on your posts here, I get the jist of where you're coming from.

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Your shallow and superficial remarks about me (claiming I fall for the same corporate propaganda I denounce..ha!) should be reconsidered after digesting the following FACTS.

So are you claiming that corporations don't spoon feed counter propaganda to those gullible enough to fall for every conspiracy theory attack potential competition and/or downplay their true motives? (key word gullible)

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1. I don't particularly like guns.
2. Fuck the NRA. I don't believe a word they say.
3. ( and this is a big one): I have been on the wrong end of a gun but it doesn't make me any more qualified to stand up for my beliefs.
4. I don't think that you are worthy of making decisions for other adults. If they wanna play with guns they should be allowed. When you start making decisions for other people, that's when you are wrong.
5. I voted for Obama in 2008 and left it blank in 2012.


1. Good! One thing you and I agree on.
2. Another point we agree on!
3. It should have been a wake up call for you. You, like me, are lucky to be alive.
4. (a point where we differ) Everybody is worthy, and even more importantly, responsible, for making decisions that have life and death related impacts on others, willfully and unwillfully. How many more Newtowns, Columbines and Aurora's have to happen, because so many people are incapable of making the right decisions? This is precisely the point I make regarding a corporations counter propaganda that you are obviously falling for.
5. Those were your choices.

downer mydnyte wrote:
Now what? You can't get political with me because my stance has nothing to do with a political party. I have none. It's about human emotion.
I'm very careful (most of the time) to state my own feelings and not speculate about what other people feel. You could be more careful.


I don't speculate what others feel, but I do openly point out where and when they express their feelings that are obviously wrong.

Perhaps I unfairly called you a few things that were a little over reactionary, and for that I apologise. Obviously, I'm passionate about my views.

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Basically: I can't be wrong if I am simply expressing a personal feeling. I can't be a hypocrite when I'm simply relating what I've seen in real, actual life. It's called witnessing. I'm not wrong when I tell you that I don't think you should take away guns from strangers. That's how I feel. And I will stand up for my feelings.
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Where you are wrong, is that some people should never be allowed access to guns, whether it's because they are irresponsible, or if they have physically violent motives towards others. There's a big difference between saying "you can't take away my guns", to saying. "come to my neighborhood, and we'll see just how many gun barrels fit into my mouth" (hence pedro2).

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I feel more threatened by your mentality than I do by guns. You can't deny me that. You are an oppressor in this issue. You think you are worthy of removing something that you didn't create.


1. I'll take the mentality commentary as a compliment. If you feel threatened by my mentality, then obviously, I have a superior mentality to yours. (I'm half joking about this comment, for obvious reasons - I'll let you interpret which half. :mrgreen: )
2. I don't think I'm worthy of removing somethinmg I didn't create...I know we are all worthy of removing something that is unnecessary and causes harm and misery for so many people. It's our duty as human beings...and, in fact, unless you are a souless monster. As a species, most of us have evolved far enough to know right from wrong.




Ultimately, you made a few points that show me that you aren't completely hopeless, and with that, I'll make an effort to be a little less blunt and straightforward when addressing you.


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Don't start again, Spacey. There's a perfectly fine gun control topic in What's Zappaning. Take your spewing there.

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Disco Boy wrote:
tweedle-dumb wrote:
It's pathetic that, even in this day and age, that big business, like the oil industry, the gun industry and the banks are above the law. A byproduct of deregulation.


You mean it's a by-product of the socialistic policies embedded within the particular type of Mixed Economy that we live in that ALLOWS Corporatism's stranglehold over Government and the markets... :roll:



No...I mean it's the blatant deregulation of the industries that have massive environmental disasters, or create a system of usary that allows them to get away with things us little folk would go to prison for.

What YOU mean is that corporations are people, and corporations hate Socialism because it cuts into profit margins...or maybe your almost saying that, because the absolutism of almost is pretty much the basis of everything you say.


Nowhere did I refer to my above statements as "almost", nor do most of my statements include "almost."

Anyway, you STILL don't get it, do ya?! Let's go over this FACT again:

The socialistic policies embedded within the particular type of Mixed Economy that we live in ALLOWS Corporatism's stranglehold over Government and the markets (by greasing, coddling, bailing out, etc.). Whereas, Capitalist Economies do NOT allow these types of activities. :roll:

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Don't start again, Spacey. There's a perfectly fine gun control topic in What's Zappaning. Take your spewing there.

New food problems: Spanish dog has been found in beef products.

Is that like a Spanish Fly in your drink? How'd they know the dog was from Spain? :?

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No, it's the nature of Government to disfavor "mixed economies" and socialism because they save their cash whoredom for those who can make the highest bids on them -- corporations.
"Capitalism?" I've never seen it, don't know what it is and find its theoreticians laughable.
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Everybody, except Almost Boy gets it. He doesn't even almost get it. :lol:


The corporations buy off the polititians, the polititians roll back the regulations and place those with the corpororate interests in the regulatory commitee's and/or other people on their payroll who is favorable to the corporations, and the corporations get away with it, whether it's the banks, the energy industry, the gun/weapons industry and so on and so forth.


Here's one example that is currentlt in the news...
http://www.reuters.com/article/2013/04/ ... PI20130411


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...and Democrats are against that?


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Which sides do you think have the reputation of regulation, versus deregulation? Do you really need it spelled out for you? This subject has been discussed in depth here in several threads.

Apparently you don't almost get it either.


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