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  • Birthday 04/08/1989
  1. I'm glad you got that off your chest. I'm glad I've made such a profound effect on your life. Ego = boosted. Because you really needed that, no you really have not had a profound impact on my life in the sense of you yourself, just the class of people I would identify you as. The quirky 20 something hipster who is totally into all the trendy music that week that pitchfork suggests to him and absolutely loves the new movie de jour playing at the local indie house, and absolutely hates rude people and those without respect for others. Just don't tell them you don't like the new Euro impo
  2. I didn't say anything about hypocrisy. The amount of stuff that gets made up to form posts on here actually is laughable though. Then what are you implying? You're obviously not passing this along as a fact of the day. You have an agenda by posting a news article just as everyone does on this board and I doubt it was to support this summit. An agenda? You seem to take this message board pretty seriously. I found it interesting (gasp!) that people going to a climate summit would cause as much pollution as 20,000 cars in a year. Surprising if anything. You're basically grasping at str
  3. This article is about as biased as can be but as Phantom said most parts of this can't hold up. It's just like the porn in the library case from about 10 years ago. Just too broad to possibly be left alone although the courts are far more conservative these days.
  4. I didn't say anything about hypocrisy. The amount of stuff that gets made up to form posts on here actually is laughable though. Then what are you implying? You're obviously not passing this along as a fact of the day. You have an agenda by posting a news article just as everyone does on this board and I doubt it was to support this summit.
  5. Laughable, hypocricy is found everywhere but that doesn't mean you need to not take action. By this same arguement, if you're to call yourself a true conservative you should not be driving on the interstate because their's plenty of government waste and corruption that goes into those roads. Government officials and activists flying to Bali, Indonesia, for the United Nations meeting on climate change will cause as much pollution as 20,000 cars in a year. The delegates each will produce an average 4.07 metric tons of carbon dioxide, or CO2, to reach the resort island 950 kilometers (600 m
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    No love for Hotcorner? He's been the Tick for as long as I've been here. Not so, he had a kid in a blue hat blowing bubble gum for quite some time before the tick
  7. Bush knew of this in August, Inexusable WASHINGTON (CNN) -- President Bush was told in August that Iran's nuclear weapons program "may be suspended," the White House said Wednesday, which seemingly contradicts the account of the meeting given by Bush Tuesday. President Bush wasn't given specifics in the August meeting, his press secretary says. Adm. Mike McConnell, the director of national intelligence, told Bush the new information might cause intelligence officials to change their assessment of the Iranian program, but said analysts needed to review the new data before making a fi
  8. Is that the report that said to expect some surprises? Hopefully there's some good stuff. Not just Foley, SCSA, and the same legends we're always used to seeing. Oh, but you know that's who we'll see...and Goldust. Under contract with TNA, I know this will certainly elicit tears from you :mischief Rumor is though Curt Henning, Bam Bam Bigelow, and Big Bossman are scheduled to appear
  9. If I get at least one of the following, I will never say a bad word about the WWE again. They are Ludvid Borga, Todd Pettengill, Bastion Booger, Damien Demento, or Kane coming out as Issac Yankem.
  10. Amy Winehouse sucks. Would you like a medal for that informative post?
  11. A full list is coming but Springsteen's Magic is #1, Long Walk Home is one of the best of his entire career IMO
  12. Democrat. Angered at the state of the party since 00, however. Had hope for 06 but they promised us Centrists and as soon as they got in pushed them into the back of the line. Chuck Schumer and Rahm are the only national heads I could actually support with all my heart.
  13. According to the Torch, Senshi quit TNA today. Apparently there was an all-talent meeting and Dixie Carter said she'd give anyone their release who wasn't happy. Senshi was the only one that took them up on that offer. No suprise really, he makes his money overseas anyway and can now go back to ROH
  14. Obama is not ready to run a country. The man simply is still too young and naive to run the U.S. in such a critical time. I do like his "real" approach, but it has shown his inexperience in some cases. He just simply needs more time and would be much better suited for the next election. Pretty weak case there which reaks of a GOP talking point. By that logic JFK should not have run because he was far too young and spoke far too much of optimism. Same thing for Clinton, not enough grit and real world views to win. Dubya? Please, the dude was not doing a great job in Texas, was still young and
  15. Great news, and a great sign of progress of the Latin American countries that they are willing to vote against a guy even if he is the one who can bring the most government handouts and security even if it comes at the price of freedom. Venezuelans, by the slimmest of margins, rejected a constitutional referendum that would have allowed President Hugo Chavez to seek re-election indefinitely and tightened socialism's grip on the oil-rich Latin American nation. By 51 percent to 49 percent, voters shot down a referendum that included 69 proposed amendments to the 1999 constitution, accor
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