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May 06, 2010 – Comments (12)

Ahminejad made me laugh.  I almost fell out of my chair.  First, he's right in that we did support Bin Laden. Second, he so easily makes Stepho look like a pompous bootlicking fool that it really made me happy.

Ahminejad may be a crook, but he's Iran's problem.  Establishment loving subhumans like Stephonapolous are our problem. 

David in Qatar

 

 

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#1) On May 06, 2010 at 3:58 AM, DaretothREdux (41.93) wrote:

ROFLMAO!!!!!!!!

Dare

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#2) On May 06, 2010 at 6:14 AM, angusthermopylae (38.67) wrote:

I heard* he was in Canada!

 

 

 

 

*For a specific meaning of "heard" from someone.**

**Who may or may not have been me talking to my cat.***

***My cat was offering bin Laden's GPS coordinates for sale.

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#3) On May 06, 2010 at 8:20 AM, ralphmachio (25.13) wrote:

He's on Jeckyll Island, sippin Mai tais with Papa Bush and Cheney! 

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#4) On May 06, 2010 at 8:52 AM, catoismymotor (39.43) wrote:

Ahminejad may be an jerk, but that was some good stuff. And since it was at the expense of Georgie that is the cherry on top.

Thanks for the video, David

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#5) On May 06, 2010 at 9:57 AM, whereaminow (21.88) wrote:

I should spell his name right.  It's Ahmadinejad.

I know that he is a bad person. He's a thief.  So I have no intention of defending him.

But I will say this, I have been living among Muslims for 5 of the past 9 years, and they are the gentlest, most peaceful people I have ever met.  Their leaders are scum, just like ours, but this NeoCon idea that all Muslims are evil is just fantasy meant to scare Americans.

Besides, the NeoCons have literally been wrong about everything, so there's that.

Now, for fun.  Here's a Muslim hater that at least makes me laugh:

David in Qatar

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#6) On May 06, 2010 at 10:28 AM, whereaminow (21.88) wrote:

Gestapo Cop of the Day

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#7) On May 06, 2010 at 10:40 AM, DarkToast (46.74) wrote:

Great link, I am tempted to exploit the rec bug.

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#8) On May 06, 2010 at 12:17 PM, kdakota630 (29.59) wrote:

Interesting border clip.  Too bad there was no video, or some context behind it.

I've never had an experience like that myself, but I've had a couple of rude border people to deal with.  One particularly memorable one was with an older female guard (usually the worst to deal with) who took issue with the fact that I spent an entire weekend at a 3-day fitness expo (The Arnold Classic for those who know what I'm talking about) instead of just one day, despite the fact that I am in the industry, and it's a 6-hour drive one-way to get there.

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#9) On May 07, 2010 at 4:45 AM, 20PercentPM (< 20) wrote:

David,

 IRT #5 – “But I will say this, I have been living among Muslims for 5 of the past 9 years, and they are the gentlest, most peaceful people I have ever met.” 

That was not the thought running through my head today when I saw a Pakistani threaten to hit a Filipina over the head with his shoe, which is a great insult for Muslims. All she did is tell him to have some respect and not cut in front of her and 10 other people in the line to weigh vegetables at the store. He called her “filipina rubbish”. Unfortunately for him she spoke Arabic and told him where he could put his vegetables! LOL

 

20% in Qatar

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#10) On May 07, 2010 at 5:11 AM, whereaminow (21.88) wrote:

20PercentPM,

I didn't say they weren't rude.  I grew up in Chicago.  The violence there versus the complete lack of violence here.....  No contest bro.

David in Qatar

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#11) On May 10, 2010 at 11:37 AM, nzsvz9 (< 20) wrote:

David,

I've crossed the US/Canada border many many times. Several times I've come across the guard like this one who wants to make "little regimental commander".

Most of the time they're asking if you bought anything or have anything illegal with you (guns going into Canada - and fruit or soil going into the US). They are looking for money for personal import/export and banned goods, and arrests alway look good on the report to your superiors.

The guard was not respectful and the over-reacted, and the guy in the video was expressing his dissatisfaction with the wrong person - the guard. I don't want a police state either - but both parties here were not being respectful.

Next time I'm at the border I'll be sure not to back away from the guard, since I would not want to assault him, or obstruct justice. Way, way, out of line.

Here's the part I don't get:

Would you believe 3 Terrorists a day crossing at the port of Buffalo ... I find that hard to believe.

Would you believe a roaming group of banditos looking for drywall work? ... I find that hard to believe.

Would you believe a boy scout troop with pocket knives? ... I find that hard to believe.

How about a nun with a ruler and a mean disposition?

Known as control agent nzsvz9

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#12) On May 12, 2010 at 7:08 AM, shineholding (< 20) wrote:

He is a good leader.. I think his idea are  good...

Acai Berry Trim and Detox

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