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How much will it take for you to shut the fuck up and never post here again Mis Raz'r Jib? That was fun.

One of the few things you posted I agree with.  It is however the only (legal) entity that has the power to send people with guns to bend you to it's will.

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57 minutes ago, MR.CLEAN said:

Good commas!  I knew you could.

Note that Warbird has failed to place a period after etc.

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1 minute ago, d'ranger said:

Warbird missing a period doesn't surprise me.

I don't even steep that low.  And I am a lawyer.  It definitely reflects badly on the one who goes low.  This is anarchy, please keep it to the highest level.

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Just now, hasher said:

I don't even steep that low.  And I am a lawyer.  It definitely reflects badly on the one who goes low.  This is anarchy, please keep it to the highest level.

It's stoop, not steep. I could give a rat's ass about my reputation here and in conclusion Warbird deserves zero respect, courtesy or slack cut.

Besides, it was clever in a moronic nutter way.

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5 minutes ago, hasher said:

I don't even steep that low.  And I am a lawyer.  It definitely reflects badly on the one who goes low.  This is anarchy, please keep it to the highest level.

Steep?

Never mind.  d' caught it, too.

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1 minute ago, Bus Driver said:

Steep?

steep

 verb
steeped; steeping; steeps

Definition of steep (Entry 3 of 4)

transitive verb

1: to soak in a liquid at a temperature under the boiling point (as for softening, bleaching, or extracting an essence)
2: to cover with or plunge into a liquid (as in bathing, rinsing, or soaking)
3: to saturate with or subject thoroughly to (some strong or pervading influence)practices steeped in tradition

intransitive verb

: to undergo the process of soaking in a liquid
 
I will be the first to say that I am not perfect.  Perhaps it was okay.
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1 minute ago, MR.CLEAN said:

I thought it was a bloody teabag joke

Forgiveness is the essence of life.  May our hearts know how to forgive. 

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4 hours ago, hasher said:
4 hours ago, Bus Driver said:

Steep?

steep

 verb
steeped; steeping; steeps

Definition of steep (Entry 3 of 4)

transitive verb

1: to soak in a liquid at a temperature under the boiling point (as for softening, bleaching, or extracting an essence)
2: to cover with or plunge into a liquid (as in bathing, rinsing, or soaking)
3: to saturate with or subject thoroughly to (some strong or pervading influence)practices steeped in tradition

intransitive verb

: to undergo the process of soaking in a liquid
 
I will be the first to say that I am not perfect.  Perhaps it was okay.

My dear maternal grandmother, Anna Finn, taught me all about the proper way to steep a cup of tea.

 

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Now I have to go to sleep with visions of fertile war eggs  dancing in my wee little head......

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How about this AOC bit of hypocrisy from your clip 

We are committed to policies that make American lives better and we’re actually talking about something substantive, we’re not calling anyone names,” AOC said. She continued, “People say ‘Tea Party of the left’ and I find this phrase very interesting…because the grounding of the Tea Party was xenophobia, the underpinnings of white supremacy…”

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3 hours ago, The Joker said:

How about this AOC bit of hypocrisy from your clip 

We are committed to policies that make American lives better and we’re actually talking about something substantive, we’re not calling anyone names,” AOC said. She continued, “People say ‘Tea Party of the left’ and I find this phrase very interesting…because the grounding of the Tea Party was xenophobia, the underpinnings of white supremacy…”

Facts is facts. She's right.

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5 hours ago, The Joker said:

How about this AOC bit of hypocrisy from your clip 

We are committed to policies that make American lives better and we’re actually talking about something substantive, we’re not calling anyone names,” AOC said. She continued, “People say ‘Tea Party of the left’ and I find this phrase very interesting…because the grounding of the Tea Party was xenophobia, the underpinnings of white supremacy…”

How is that hypocrisy?

I went to a couple of the initial Tea Party meetings in my area. The loudest voices were the KKK'ers, one of several reasons I detest them. Rep. Mark Meadows is a segregationist if not a closet KKK'er. Of course, it's not a huge issue for him (other than yelling about welfare queens) because very few dark-skinned people live in his district. Let's face it, who wants to live in an area of very steep rocky hills, acid rain & poisoned creeks, and gap-toothed peckerwoods.

-DSK

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53 minutes ago, Steam Flyer said:

How is that hypocrisy?

I went to a couple of the initial Tea Party meetings in my area. The loudest voices were the KKK'ers, one of several reasons I detest them. Rep. Mark Meadows is a segregationist if not a closet KKK'er. Of course, it's not a huge issue for him (other than yelling about welfare queens) because very few dark-skinned people live in his district. Let's face it, who wants to live in an area of very steep rocky hills, acid rain & poisoned creeks, and gap-toothed peckerwoods.

-DSK

Sounds like Joker Paradise to me. Where he can be with His Own Kind.

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I find it interesting that the person chosen to replace Hillary as this election’s AntiChrist isn’t even eligible to run. Is she just a placeholder?

I’m betting that the AOC fearmongering dies down a bit once the Enemy of the People Party has a frontrunner. 

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6 hours ago, The Joker said:

How about this AOC bit of hypocrisy from your clip 

We are committed to policies that make American lives better and we’re actually talking about something substantive, we’re not calling anyone names,” AOC said. She continued, “People say ‘Tea Party of the left’ and I find this phrase very interesting…because the grounding of the Tea Party was xenophobia, the underpinnings of white supremacy…”

you ever dislocate your shoulders from all the fucking flailing?

carry on.

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9 hours ago, The Joker said:

How about this AOC bit of hypocrisy from your clip 

We are committed to policies that make American lives better and we’re actually talking about something substantive, we’re not calling anyone names,” AOC said. She continued, “People say ‘Tea Party of the left’ and I find this phrase very interesting…because the grounding of the Tea Party was xenophobia, the underpinnings of white supremacy…”

It just occurred to me that you don't really know what 'calling anyone names' actually means. Sad. If I said that you were highly intelligent and a hell of a good sailor I would not be calling you names. Similarly if I said you were dumb as a post and barely know port from starboard I am not calling you names - just giving descriptors. You can agree or disagree with the descriptors about you or the Tea Party but none of them are 'calling names'.

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5 hours ago, Sol Rosenberg said:

I find it interesting that the person chosen to replace Hillary as this election’s AntiChrist isn’t even eligible to run. Is she just a placeholder?

I’m betting that the AOC fearmongering dies down a bit once the Enemy of the People Party has a frontrunner. 

I love her. Bigly.

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I'd host a party for AOC.... (Someone else would have to cater it, I'm not that wealthy) But If Trump's limo pulled in to my driveway, lost, I'd give him very explicit directions on where to go.

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20 minutes ago, The Joker said:

And yes she was name using lies and code words to name call the members of the tea party.  

Lies and code words? So you accept Trump is a Mexican hating racist then... or does that standard of "well, they didn't actually say it but they really meant it" only go one way?

..and before you get all turgid at the thought of defending Trump from being called a Nazi - I don't think he is. I'm just applying your standard of "lies and code words" to someone you cant stop yourself from defending.

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4 minutes ago, Bent Sailor said:

Lies and code words? So you accept Trump is a Mexican hating racist then... or does that standard of "well, they didn't actually say it but they really meant it" only go one way?

..and before you get all turgid at the thought of defending Trump from being called a Nazi - I don't think he is. I'm just applying your standard of "lies and code words" to someone you cant stop yourself from defending.

I wasn’t aware Trump and tea party are one in the same.  

The tea party which AOC was talking about came into play way back in 2009.  Long before the discovery of TDS. I don’t recall them ever being formed over White supremacy and xenophobia. 

AOC was using current claims against Trump to attack the tea party. 

 

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AOC is smart and well spoken. She gets out in front of problems. She's a prog and I'm a prog who's kind of tired of settling for centrists. Yep, AOC is AOK with me. That RWNJ's fear her is immaterial actually.

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4 minutes ago, Olsonist said:

AOC is smart and well spoken. She gets out in front of problems. She's a prog and I'm a prog who's kind of tired of settling for centrists. Yep, AOC is AOK with me. That RWNJ's fear her is immaterial actually.

Looks like you are in a minority. 

According to Gallup, of those who do know Ocasio-Crazy, a meager 31 percent view her favorably, while a plurality of 41 percent view her unfavorably. That puts her 10 points underwater with the American public.

When this poll was first taken in September, Ocasio-Crazy was only two points underwater. Back then, her favorable rating sat at 24 percent while her unfavorable rating was just two points higher at 26 percent.

Over the last five or so months, her favorability rating has increased only seven points (24 to 31 percent) while her unfavorable rating leaped a whopping 15 points (26 percent to 41 percent).

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1 hour ago, The Joker said:

I wasn’t aware Trump and tea party are one in the same.

They aren't. I didn't even suggest they were the same. English not your first language?

 

1 hour ago, The Joker said:

The tea party which AOC was talking about came into play way back in 2009.  Long before the discovery of TDS. I don’t recall them ever being formed over White supremacy and xenophobia.

Completely irrelevant to my post you quoted. It had nothing to do with TDS nor your recollections of what kind of people the Tea Party attracted. Are you smoking laundry powder again - you're babbling.

 

1 hour ago, The Joker said:

AOC was using current claims against Trump to attack the tea party. 

No, she was explaining to Inglis why he was incorrect characterising her (& those that support her) as "the Tea Party of the left". No need to attack the Tea Party. It's a spent movement that, as we predicted back when it rose to prominence in the first place, got folded back into the Republican Party base after they realised they couldn't change shit. None of which has anything to do with my post you quoted and pretended to respond to.

Now that I've put to bed all the off-topic waffle, perhaps you'd care to address the double standard about determining what politicians really mean by the use of "code words". Here's my post again so you can focus on what I said instead of the voices in your head:

1 hour ago, Bent Sailor said:

Lies and code words? So you accept Trump is a Mexican hating racist then... or does that standard of "well, they didn't actually say it but they really meant it" only go one way?

..and before you get all turgid at the thought of defending Trump from being called a Nazi - I don't think he is. I'm just applying your standard of "lies and code words" to someone you cant stop yourself from defending.

 

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20 hours ago, Steam Flyer said:

How is that hypocrisy?

I went to a couple of the initial Tea Party meetings in my area. The loudest voices were the KKK'ers, one of several reasons I detest them. Rep. Mark Meadows is a segregationist if not a closet KKK'er. Of course, it's not a huge issue for him (other than yelling about welfare queens) because very few dark-skinned people live in his district. Let's face it, who wants to live in an area of very steep rocky hills, acid rain & poisoned creeks, and gap-toothed peckerwoods.

-DSK

uh, apparently you do? 

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45 minutes ago, Saorsa said:

It's just terrible the way those damn republicans passed the 22nd amendment to stop FDR getting a fifth term.

I think FDR being already dead had more to do with him not running for a fifth term. Indeed FDR was already dead in 1947 when the 22nd Amendment was approved by Congress. He was even more dead when it was ratified in 1951. But you'll notice that the 22nd Amendment doesn't prevent dead people from being elected.

 

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3 hours ago, Blue Crab said:

Lies and code words? 

Fat vegetarians? 

Total exoneration?

The babbling of April fools. 

"We need to innovate and change our, our grain, uh, our, our cow grain from which you know they feed in these troughs," Ocasio-Cortez said. "We need to look at regenerative agriculture. These are our solutions."

See - cow farts is facts.

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45 minutes ago, A guy in the Chesapeake said:
21 hours ago, Steam Flyer said:

...   ...   ... Let's face it, who wants to live in an area of very steep rocky hills, acid rain & poisoned creeks, and gap-toothed peckerwoods.

 

uh, apparently you do? 

Ain't no step rocky hills 'round here, boy. Not for a long long way

A number of peckerwoods, but thanks to the medical university and it's associated dental school, not so much in gap-tooth category either.

-DSK

 

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14 hours ago, Olsonist said:

AOC is smart and well spoken. She gets out in front of problems. She's a prog and I'm a prog who's kind of tired of settling for centrists. Yep, AOC is AOK with me. That RWNJ's fear her is immaterial actually.

FDR died in Office in 1945, but according to Left-Wing genius, Alexandria Occasional-Cortex Congress stepped in and changed the constitution to prevent him from being reelected to a fourth term.

While plenty of Dead Democrats have voted, and there may even be dead Democrats who have been elected or re-elected to an office (by dead Democrats?), the 22nd amendment wasn’t passed until 1947, two years after FDR shuffled off his mortal coil.

That’s no reason to reject this gift that keeps on giving. Alexandria Ocasi-Cortez is the socialist Cliff Clavin. A high-profile political oversharer. And a bottomless pit of gaffes and missteps that make Creepy Joe Biden look like a genius.

“When our party was boldest, the time of the New Deal, the Great Society, the Civil Rights Act… we had a period of super majorities in the House and the Senate, we had the presidency. They had to amend the constitution of the United States to make sure Roosevelt did not get re-elected,”

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This makes sense:

Image result for regenerative agriculture

 

The onliest thing I see wrong with it is we, the people want meat. And the corporate farms/ranches can't avoid the cow, pig, goat, sheep, and chicken farts wafting into the air, and their poop and pesticide runoff. This may change in the future, not in my future, by maybe AOC's future. We'd be better off for it. Hell, while I still eat meat, I compost my own waste, so I am in the fookin game! My carbon footprint is very small. Speaking of, I will give my composted waste free to any interested Republican! Just pay a small shipping and handling fee. I have a healthy diet, no colon cancer, and the waste is composted with the finest peat moss that will never be available again. Like ever! Act now! I can't live a whole lot longer. 

So AOC is the latest young Dem to come along preaching climate stuff. Who can blame her? 

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3 hours ago, Blue Crab said:

This makes sense:

Image result for regenerative agriculture

 

The onliest thing I see wrong with it is we, the people want meat. And the corporate farms/ranches can't avoid the cow, pig, goat, sheep, and chicken farts wafting into the air, and their poop and pesticide runoff. This may change in the future, not in my future, by maybe AOC's future. We'd be better off for it. Hell, while I still eat meat, I compost my own waste, so I am in the fookin game! My carbon footprint is very small. Speaking of, I will give my composted waste free to any interested Republican! Just pay a small shipping and handling fee. I have a healthy diet, no colon cancer, and the waste is composted with the finest peat moss that will never be available again. Like ever! Act now! I can't live a whole lot longer. 

So AOC is the latest young Dem to come along preaching climate stuff. Who can blame her? 

Actually, run-off is fairly easy to fix. But it costs more.

-DSK

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I'll bet anyone $100 that AOC makes more money per year right now, $174K at 29 years old, than @warbird ever did in all those years as one of the best and brightest in aerospace labs. Another $100 sez she's never used the word "nigger," or "Jew," or "spic" in anger, doesn't smoke cigarettes, weighs less, doesn't down a 12pk of Miller Lite daily, has a higher IQ, speaks more languages, is a much better dancer, and is an all-around better citizen than our geriatric but white 2% meme poster from the fly-in capital of flyover cheese country.

Another nickle sez he doesn't share this comment with his old buds at smoke break today. 

 

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3 hours ago, Bus Driver said:

These low-rent righties are following their lumpy leader down the path of lies and bullshit. Hopefully he's leading them off a cliff.

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3 hours ago, Blue Crab said:

I'll bet anyone $100 that AOC makes more money per year right now, $174K at 29 years old, than @warbird ever did in all those years as one of the best and brightest in aerospace labs. Another $100 sez she's never used the word "nigger," or "Jew," or "spic" in anger, doesn't smoke cigarettes, weighs less, doesn't down a 12pk of Miller Lite daily, has a higher IQ, speaks more languages, is a much better dancer, and is an all-around better citizen than our geriatric but white 2% meme poster from the fly-in capital of flyover cheese country.

Another nickle sez he doesn't share this comment with his old buds at smoke break today. 

 

I never had W2s of $174k so you are right. The IQ thing is up in the air, it doesn't require one to parrot lefty socialist talking points...

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3 minutes ago, warbird said:

I never had W2s of $174k so you are right. The IQ thing is up in the air, it doesn't require one to parrot lefty socialist talking points...

I think there's more to her. Let's find out. I'm sure you and I have never repeated dumb stuff. Her real role is point person for this whole next bunch of movers and shakers. Our time in the light is fading. It's lead, follow or you know what. We'll find out soon enough is she's corruptible. 

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12 minutes ago, warbird said:

I never had W2s of $174k so you are right. The IQ thing is up in the air, it doesn't require one to parrot lefty socialist talking points...

While in HS, she was earned second place in the Microbiology division at ISEF, for her research into the effects of antioxidants on C. elegans.

https://www.societyforscience.org/content/ssp-blog/intel-isef-alumna-headed-capitol-hill

That is not something you do unless you have your shit together.  The process to get there is grueling and very selective.

Is anything you've done, in HS or after, comparable in prestige and difficulty?

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On 4/1/2019 at 11:59 AM, Olsonist said:

I think FDR being already dead had more to do with him not running for a fifth term. Indeed FDR was already dead in 1947 when the 22nd Amendment was approved by Congress. He was even more dead when it was ratified in 1951. But you'll notice that the 22nd Amendment doesn't prevent dead people from being elected.

 

AOC might have considered that before making her stupid accusation.

It doesn't say anything about them voting though, does it?

 

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On 4/1/2019 at 11:59 AM, Olsonist said:

I think FDR being already dead had more to do with him not running for a fifth term. Indeed FDR was already dead in 1947 when the 22nd Amendment was approved by Congress. He was even more dead when it was ratified in 1951. But you'll notice that the 22nd Amendment doesn't prevent dead people from being elected.

 

And in other news, Generalissimo Francisco Franco is still dead.

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4 hours ago, Bus Driver said:

 

Is anything you've done, in HS or after, comparable in prestige and difficulty?

The water you  drink may be more pure because of some of the work I did. PM me for details,  It doesn't belong on a PA thread.

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Her house seat is the source of her income.  Winning on the Democrat ticket in her district requires nothing more than being able to stand upright and speak without obvious drooling.  Her IQ is very suspect based on what comes out of her mouth.  What she has achieved is a gigantic ego. 

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5 hours ago, Bus Driver said:



Is anything you've done, in HS or after, comparable in prestige and difficulty?

As a lone Marine, I faced 11 Army Battalions in competition and beat 8 of them.

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57 minutes ago, warbird said:

As a lone Marine, I faced 11 Army Battalions in competition and beat 8 of them.

 

50 minutes ago, A guy in the Chesapeake said:

In a bullshitting contest?    

Letter of Commendation excerpt,  You, on your own, faced teams from 11 Battalion sized units and emerged in fourth place in the recent All Base Competition. Paraphrase, 1 marine against 11 Army Battalions.

Mom died Palm Sunday 2017.  Sis going through papers and mementos packaged up envelopes for each of the eight sibs. In mine was old Fort Bliss Texas correspondence and a Letter of Commendation from the Commander of the School Brigade, Fort Bliss Texas.

1977, Fort Bliss Texas.  USMC sent Marines there for the HAWK System school. The Marine detachment was maybe 40-50 students. At the time earning $376/mon, not $174k/ year, I was waiting for the next pay check to buy parts for my '65 Mustang GT convertible. Unable to work on the car I wandered over to the Base Swimming Pool to do a few laps. A  sign up sheet for a Base Swim Meet caught my eye. They allowed 3 or 4 races per entrant per day over a Sat/Sun competition. I disremember all the events I signed up for. Most likely 50, 100 and 200 Freestyle, 400 Individual Medley and 50 and 100 Butterfly. I do remember that I jumped into a School Brigade 4x100 Free Relay team at the last minute when they were short 1 at race time.  My individual scores put me (the Marine Detachment) in 4th place overall for the Meet.

 

OOhh Rahh:lol:

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Most likely 50, 100 and 200 Freestyle, 400 Individual Medley and 50 and 100 Butterfly. I do remember that I jumped into a School Brigade 4x100 Free Relay team at the last minute when they were short 1 at race time. 

Pissing in the river does not make the water more pure!

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25 minutes ago, warbird said:

 

Letter of Commendation excerpt,  You, on your own, faced teams from 11 Battalion sized units and emerged in fourth place in the recent All Base Competition. Paraphrase, 1 marine against 11 Army Battalions.

Mom died Palm Sunday 2017.  Sis going through papers and mementos packaged up envelopes for each of the eight sibs. In mine was old Fort Bliss Texas correspondence and a Letter of Commendation from the Commander of the School Brigade, Fort Bliss Texas.

1977, Fort Bliss Texas.  USMC sent Marines there for the HAWK System school. The Marine detachment was maybe 40-50 students. At the time earning $376/mon, not $174k/ year, I was waiting for the next pay check to buy parts for my '65 Mustang GT convertible. Unable to work on the car I wandered over to the Base Swimming Pool to do a few laps. A  sign up sheet for a Base Swim Meet caught my eye. They allowed 3 or 4 races per entrant per day over a Sat/Sun competition. I disremember all the events I signed up for. Most likely 50, 100 and 200 Freestyle, 400 Individual Medley and 50 and 100 Butterfly. I do remember that I jumped into a School Brigade 4x100 Free Relay team at the last minute when they were short 1 at race time.  My individual scores put me (the Marine Detachment) in 4th place overall for the Meet.

 

OOhh Rahh:lol:

Thank you for your service.

Why do you feel it necessary to denigrate a woman who did something you did not?  I would ask the same if someone were to insult a veteran.

Trust me.  What she was able to do in HS, at ISEF, is worthy of your respect.  I know this from years of advising students on research projects.  If you care to know of what I speak, check here -

 

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9 minutes ago, Bus Driver said:

Thank you for your service.

Why do you feel it necessary to denigrate a woman who did something you did not?  I would ask the same if someone were to insult a veteran.

Trust me.  What she was able to do in HS, at ISEF, is worthy of your respect.  I know this from years of advising students on research projects.  If you care to know of what I speak, check here -

 

I have not denigrated AOC's High School Science Fair display. It is very clever to spray rustoleum (antioxidant) on worms to see if they will rust or not.:o

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25 minutes ago, warbird said:

I have not denigrated AOC's High School Science Fair display. It is very clever to spray rustoleum (antioxidant) on worms to see if they will rust or not.:o

You insist you aren’t denigrating her ISEF entry (calling it a “High School Science Fair display” demonstrates your ignorance), then proceed to denigrate her ISEF entry.   Bravo!

https://www.yhsresearch.org/tag/isef/

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1 hour ago, Troglodytarum said:

Occasional-Cortex.

She's speaks like a retard.  Um, like... I mean, like um....

There is a "Club Chair" who  gives his monthly report at club meetings. The only way I can not puke is to count the " uhm, ahh, ehrr and  emmm"s" during his report. 75 in a 4 minute report.....

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1 hour ago, Bus Driver said:

You insist you aren’t denigrating her ISEF entry (calling it a “High School Science Fair display” demonstrates your ignorance), then proceed to denigrate her ISEF entry.   Bravo!

https://www.yhsresearch.org/tag/isef/

Do you know why you windshield wipers rattle and bounce across your windshield leaving a streaky smear of water or slush when they are a few months old if you bought cheap ones?  (commas and periods correct there?)? It is because the manufacturer produced a compound with little or no antioxidants.  A little bit of weather, sun, heat or car washes and the polymer of the blade reverts to it's brittle stiff self.

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5 minutes ago, warbird said:

Do you know why you windshield wipers rattle and bounce across your windshield leaving a streaky smear of water or slush when they are a few months old if you bought cheap ones?  (commas and periods correct there?)? It is because the manufacturer produced a compound with little or no antioxidants.  A little bit of weather, sun, heat or car washes and the polymer of the blade reverts to it's brittle stiff self.

You'd know more about that than I......

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2 minutes ago, warbird said:

Still a morning stiffy, you?

Excuse me?

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23 minutes ago, warbird said:

Do you know why you windshield wipers rattle and bounce across your windshield leaving a streaky smear of water or slush when they are a few months old if you bought cheap ones?  (commas and periods correct there?)? It is because the manufacturer produced a compound with little or no antioxidants.  A little bit of weather, sun, heat or car washes and the polymer of the blade reverts to it's brittle stiff self.

 

17 minutes ago, Mrleft8 said:

You'd know more about that than I......

 

6 minutes ago, warbird said:

Still a morning stiffy, you?

 

3 minutes ago, Mrleft8 said:

Excuse me?

:ph34r:

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2 hours ago, warbird said:

Do you know why you windshield wipers rattle and bounce across your windshield leaving a streaky smear of water or slush when they are a few months old if you bought cheap ones?  (commas and periods correct there?)? It is because the manufacturer produced a compound with little or no antioxidants.  A little bit of weather, sun, heat or car washes and the polymer of the blade reverts to it's brittle stiff self.

Just imagine her ISEF entry had anything to do with what you are yammering about.

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2 minutes ago, Bus Driver said:

Just imagine her ISEF entry had anything to do with what you are yammering about.

Just imagine she came up with the idea with out teacher guidance and direction...……..and chose politics instead….

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1 minute ago, warbird said:

Just imagine she came up with the idea with out teacher guidance and direction...……..and chose politics instead….

And I wish a teacher had taught you to spell without!

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