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12 years ago
Gengus
Thank you. while I do not participate in discussions anymore I do come in and go though and hit the "mark all read posts" once in a while, and it does give my ego a boost knowing that at least one person appreciated my mind set. I will say that my initial feeling has just been reinforced via monitoring what has been going on since the changes, so I guess that could be considered anothe
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12 years ago
Gengus
Being so publicly exposed goes against every atom that makes my existence, but the time is late and we have no right to sit back comfortably wrapped in our psychological security blankets hiding our trepidations, fears and insecurities, from the world and allowing them to limit our actions. "Timid men prefer the calm of despotism to the boisterous sea of liberty." - Thomas Jefferson (1
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12 years ago
Gengus
No, not speculative opinions. The fact is that in many cases, as evidenced by numerous posters on this board, no amount of "facts" and evidence will sway their minds once once they've become set. In those cases there will still be arguments of claims of "conspiracy theory" when in reality "IF" the evidence could be brought before a court any jury would accept it, the
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12 years ago
Gengus
Here is number nine then, "Current Events." Lets take the new bridge collapse for example, keeping mind that I know nothing of it this is just as an example. The infrastructure of this country has been going down in this country for years, see the Society of Civil Engineers for the reports they put out. So, where are the inspectors and what have they been doing? Where has all the mo
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12 years ago
Gengus
It has everything to do with this thread which is evidenced in the first post. And while I can be charming at times, if charm got attached to my comment to you it was purely by accident so my apology for that. One last correction, no, it would not prove to be an interesting discussion because anyone who cannot see the truth of the point in my post is too blindly closed minded to participate in
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12 years ago
Gengus
Message deleted Mod note: Post nice , Gengus. Thanks Ghia GHMB Moderator
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12 years ago
Gengus
lines of a conspiracy board might work well. I've said it before and I'll say it one last time, that makes absolutely no sense at all. Think about it, I know you're aware and intelligent enough to understand that the term "conspiracy theory" is nothing but a tool of the mind control propaganda machine. The idea is, label it "conspiracy theory" on the evening news and the mas
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12 years ago
Gengus
You've got a couple brick walls responding to you in this thread, continue feeding them if you wish, but in the end you'll just turn up at the beginning again.
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12 years ago
Gengus
That very well may have been exactly what you thought, but the fact is that it is via little subtle changes and manipulations such as this which are tools for mind control. One brings to mind the meaning, the other brings to mind cookouts, a day off work, fireworks, or maybe the beach. Thinking about freedom and independence is not something "they" want you, or anyone else, to be thinki
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12 years ago
Gengus
Thanks, but, I've been on a campaign for a few years now to remind people that the 4th of July is just a date, what is being celebrated is INDEPENDENCE DAY. It is INDEPENDENCE and freedom from oppression that is the point, after all, does anyone ever wish someone a happy December 25th? Thanks for the sentiment though.
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12 years ago
Gengus
I must have missed the answer to the question, at least as it relates to the immigration thread. I just clicked on it and noticed a couple people had responded to my one post and found it closed. I did not continue reading all the posts to see if/where/how it degraded to requiring closing, however I will say the "new thread, copy - paste" idea is not a viable alternative to making resp
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12 years ago
Gengus
I haven't read any of those threads, but I suspect it may have some relationship to what, to my knowledge, is best expressed by Teddy Roosevelt in one of his speeches. "In the first place, we should insist that if the immigrant who comes here in good faith becomes an American and assimilates himself to us, he shall be treated on an exact equality with everyone else, for it is an outrage to
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12 years ago
Gengus
I would think that my request would not need such in-depth computer hacking skills, it would seem there should be an easy fix for having it that once you hit the "post" button within a thread that you're not taken back to the main board but simply back within the thread you posted in? If only Gates would have been drafted into the Army and the language of the good ol' Commodore 128 wou
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12 years ago
Gengus
Now we have the new moderation team in place, the members of whom are responding well to their new tasks with eagerness, Ummm, I'm not so sure they're responding as well as you may think, notice I haven't been banned yet. That aside, I hope the retirement pay gives you enough to get a motor for that bicycle you ride. Trust me, twisting your wrist on a throttle is much better than pushing peddle
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12 years ago
Gengus
That makes no sense to me. Why do you need someone to impose blocking you seeing posts of someone that nobody is forcing you to click on and read their posts anyway? There are a number of posters on here where when I click on a thread and see who the posters are I simply hit "mark all read" and move on. And to be honest, that happens with practically all of those threads you start on
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12 years ago
Gengus
Sorry, but no, I do not think it would be a good idea. Think about it, you used the term "wacko" conspiracy theories," now just how and who would decide what is wacko and what is not? You? The moderators? Me? There are a few posters on here I consider "wacko's" who I won't mention, and then again, me and Mr. Fusniak have disagreed in the past where he is a mod and yet v
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12 years ago
Gengus
You seem to be missing the point, the term "conspiracy theory" is a psych-op term meant to create an automatic switch in the head to turn off the brain from looking at, or considering relevant information that someone doesn't want you to pay attention to. But the fact is, you could not discuss any political subject if "conspiracy theory" were eliminated because the entire gov
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12 years ago
Gengus
That bs about those ever so nasty "conspiracy theories" is about the stupidest thing I've heard today, but the day is early yet. If "conspiracy theories," which so many people seem to have a problem swallowing, were not to be discussed, then the "current news" event regarding a "conspiracy" to blow something up at JFK would not be appropriate to post as a
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12 years ago
Gengus
I would like to see more posters though. Just stop over, whether I agree with you or not on anything or everything I'll still buy you a beer. As for my dog, I"ll tell you what I tell everyone that asks if he bites, that is mostly up to you, if you need bit, so be it, if you don't, don't worry about it.
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12 years ago
Gengus
There is one glitch that while it doesn't keep me up at night, does conflict a bit with my laziness, when you post in a thread, such as I'm about to do when I hit the button after writing this, it automatically takes you all the way out of the thread. Which means if there are still unread posts in the thread you have to remember that there are because the thread doesn't show up as having new post
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12 years ago
Gengus
Gesssh, that reads no differently than; Boy, people being freed from enslavement calls for a very high and widespread taking on of personal responsibility and being expected to be rational and adult in their thinking and behavior. It sound so great in theory but with people having had their needs given to them by their masters for so long it could just cause them to be distressed and confused, I
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12 years ago
Gengus
You don't drive? Is that common over there?
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12 years ago
Gengus
There is a lot of truth in the saying "he who toots their own horn usually plays a sour tune," and that is how I took this thread. Not enough around here are on the superior intellectual level of others, and once you've been the mistress of Achilles himself, that is who Diomede was, everybody else is just "the little people." I read that as "why aren't there more people
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12 years ago
Gengus
While that reference to "looting, pillaging, and rape" is not entirely wrong, neither is it entirely correct. The reason I took his name, albeit I spell it differently than the commonly accepted way, but nobody has ever accused me of being a conformist, is there are many remarkable aspects to the man. One of is that those acts you reference were only allowed within particular guidelin
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12 years ago
Gengus
You may find this helpful. “My political opinions lean more and more to anarchy (philosophically understood, meaning abolition of control, not whiskered men with bombs).” ~ J.R.R. Tolkien, in Letters of J.R.R. Tolkien
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12 years ago
Gengus
26. Re: 420
I've never heard of this, I've heard of 13, M being the thirteenth letter, but know nothing of 420.
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12 years ago
Gengus
No it doesn't. If a human needed to be fanatical about the healthiness of what they ate, we would not have any of those history stories of survival where someone survived eating tree bark and bugs, or raw fish or maggot infested raw meat, and went on to live comparatively as long as anyone else. Balance, that is what is important, and to maintain my stamina for smiling requires good ol' greasy
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12 years ago
Gengus
What's it like to not eat a peanut butter sandwich for a couple days or a week? There's an old saying, "A man is only as good as his word," it must not apply to women, or...maybe it does? Author: Raja (195.93.102.---) Date: 13-Mar-07 21:38 Wonderful drug, Deb I wish it had never crossed my path. My last post on the subject, Amy
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12 years ago
Gengus
I usually smoke a couple of joints a day, each evening when the day is done and I wish to put my feet up. When I do not have to get up for work this is usually accompanied with a few glasses of wine - usually red. Hmmmm...about what time? And what's the address again? Could there be some chips and salsa to go with that?
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12 years ago
Gengus
I may have made you laugh, but you must be high, drunk, or having one of those psychotic breakdowns because you seem to be in another universe as to my thinking. I think we should pass a law that nobody should be allowed to express their opinions, especially when they express them as indisputable fact, unless they agree with mine. Why me? Because I'm the only sane person on the planet (If you d
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