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3 years ago
ldennyjr
You keep researching as I did and you will get educated as did I.
Forum: Global Village
3 years ago
ldennyjr
Wow, there is a lot of people world wide with their hair on fire over this "Temporary travel ban". Louisville Slugger would get rich selling their product to put out the fires, don't ya think.
Forum: Global Village
3 years ago
ldennyjr
I just told you where to find it in my post. Also look up Canada's anti-terrorist report.
Forum: Global Village
3 years ago
ldennyjr
In the world of Terrorist organizations Canada is considered a safe haven because Canada is, what these organizations consider, a soft country. The Canadian government knows about at least 50 terrorist organizations operating on their soil. Why would they spoil a good thing by shooting and blowing up the country. They don't do much that's illegal, but they radicalize people, arrange travel for ra
Forum: Global Village
3 years ago
ldennyjr
OOPS, the just words were "One way or another, Trumps gotta go"
Forum: Global Village
3 years ago
ldennyjr
Here is something you people haven't considered, perhaps this guy was pissed at people in this mosque because it was possibly puking radicalism and perhaps a good friend or friends or relatives got tangled up with it and couldn't get them back and perhaps they were after more people he knew. Radicalism is a big problem in Canada and the Canadian government openly admits that can't do much about i
Forum: Global Village
3 years ago
ldennyjr
I haven't been up close to it but it is about 6 feet thick. I think it is inflated to a high pressure to make it rigid. The prevailing wind is from the SW so they put the end of the screen facing to the SW. If it get really windy they will put down. It looks like a huge rectangular bounce house.
Forum: Misc.
3 years ago
ldennyjr
We have a new drive-in near me that opened two years ago. This drive-in has a huge inflatable screen that they put up just before dark. It's open from early May through October and room for about 25 cars. They play all the current movies and some oldies. My neighbor down the road has a big white screen on the side of his barn that he plays movies on during the summer months. He host a lot of movi
Forum: Misc.
3 years ago
ldennyjr
Looks to me like people who aren't US citizens are going have to do a better job of trip planning to avoid these types misfortunes. It's a different world today and people of the world need to understand that what was good yesterday isn't necessarily good today, sorry to say.
Forum: Global Village
3 years ago
ldennyjr
The Statue of Liberty has always been a symbol of Liberty to all that deserve it, it has never been and never will be a symbol of accepting criminals and terrorist into the United States of America. An ounce of prevention will save some families a lot of grief in the future. Don't ya think.
Forum: Global Village
3 years ago
ldennyjr
Wow!!! Look at all of these Trump hating badass attitudes, mercy.
Forum: Global Village
3 years ago
ldennyjr
I knew someone would pick him out. He still had a badass attitude which for a military man was a good thing. I don't need to say any more people will get it.
Forum: Global Village
3 years ago
ldennyjr
Wow that's great. So why are you and others pissing on the US for doing the same thing. You don't say how many "Refugees" have been turned away or isn't that important information. Canada more than likely doesn't report that kind information as it would make Canada look bad. 30,000, isn't that kind of a low number? You will find out some these refugees will melt into the woodwork and y
Forum: Global Village
3 years ago
ldennyjr
General, Joseph, Fighting Joe, Hooker General George Patton General Douglas Macarthur Ernest Hemmingway WWll French resistance General Dwight D Eisenhower General TJ "Stone wall" Jackson General James Mattis General George Custer General John J Pershing General George Washington General Ulysses S Grant All of the above people, and more, were considered Badass People with Ba
Forum: Global Village
3 years ago
ldennyjr
I think the ACLU is just making farce. The ban doesn't include people being in the US with legal permission. The ACLU is throwing a blanket over the ban as a whole. I do agree the enforcers need a clarification on who needs to be vetted. The key word here is "Temporary".
Forum: Global Village
3 years ago
ldennyjr
You are so correct. I can hear the contracts for building the wall rustling all the way down here. Trudeau has already said "You are welcome" come-one-come all. They will find out these aren't nice people. Oh well.
Forum: Global Village
3 years ago
ldennyjr
Kristina, the reason I ask about your work related e-mail account through your employer. IF, you work in an office you have an e-mail account for your use (it's common practice) to conduct work related business. I am quite sure you have a private e-mail account as well for your personal use(that you pay for)that is not work related. So do you conduct your company business with your personal e-mai
Forum: Global Village
3 years ago
ldennyjr
Hi Kristy, I have a question, Do you have an e-mail account at your work that's yours alone?
Forum: Global Village
3 years ago
ldennyjr
I am sorry to interrupt and not to change the subject but I was looking at this statue and it looks to perfect to be hand carved. It has near perfect symmetry. Was that possible in that era? I have noticed this with other statues from that period. Interesting.
Forum: Mysteries
3 years ago
ldennyjr
I am sorry MADAME QUEEN but I am not going argue with you because like arguing with a two year old. You know exactly what I am talking about so don't play stupid.
Forum: Global Village
3 years ago
ldennyjr
You still don't get it!!! Boaz Alabama was the capital of the blue jean industry here in the United States. Their factories were old and needed some up grading for sure. Between the EPA's and OSHA's absurd regulations being imposed on these family owned business's could not afford to knuckle under and business's were sold to larger companies. These companies wanted the products, Levi jeans was on
Forum: Global Village
3 years ago
ldennyjr
I agree the Mexicans would benefit greatly from our economic success's in Mexico as well as Canada but they have to understand we are not going to support their citizens coming here illegally. Pena Nieto needs to do something of substance for us first and that would include stop drug and human trafficking, illegal border crossings and stop the illegals at their southern borders. Until that happe
Forum: Global Village
3 years ago
ldennyjr
Yes, I saw that today. I just don't like him or anybody else vilifying the United States for pitching a fit about illegal immigration and calling us the bad guys. Another thing I don't like is the suggestion from randompHactor that protecting our borders is the responsibility of The United States, soooo we try to do something about it, all we get is grief from every bleeding heart that comes alo
Forum: Global Village
3 years ago
ldennyjr
A little co-operation from Mexico would go along way in this situation. More over an apology from Pena-Nieto would also be in order. Like I say he could give a rats behind. This guy is not very popular in Mexico either.
Forum: Global Village
3 years ago
ldennyjr
He won't have to. When the textile mills and clothing companies reopen here in the US, which they are, his clothes and many others will be "MADE IN America" by American workers and not by some illegal SOB. The legal Mexican workers in Florida are very upset because the illegals are taking theirs jobs, that's why President Trump got their vote. You don't understand these are not individu
Forum: Global Village
3 years ago
ldennyjr
You are so very correct. I know someone that's a Captain of an ore freighter in the Great Lakes.
Forum: Global Village
3 years ago
ldennyjr
For the sake of argument let's say they are 50/50. You miss the point they are "ILLEGAL". We are not going to get any "HELP" from MEXICO. This problem has been festering for many years and it is time to put an end to it with or without Mexico's help. I am glad President Trump is finally stepping up and saying enough is enough. I have a notion that some of the illegals from the
Forum: Global Village
3 years ago
ldennyjr
There is a high probability that most of the gang members and leaders are illegals from all corners of the planet, so the INS could roll the buses in and have a field day, park an ore freighter in Lake Michigan and fill it up. Just a suggestion.
Forum: Global Village
3 years ago
ldennyjr
This puppet has no intention of HELPING the US with the "border problem". It's not just President Trump he did nothing to help Obama or President Bush to take care of the "border problem". Let's face it he a powerless leader of Mexico. He has no control over: the drug cartels, human trafficking, extortion of their oil workers, kidnappings of foreign nationals, the local law en
Forum: Global Village
3 years ago
ldennyjr
My mother was born and raised in the Chicago area, gangs were every where, Lombard, Cicero, Berwyn you name the places and any nationality. It got so bad the week after my grandfather died they moved out to a small farm in Michigan. That was in 1937. So gangs aren't new to Chicago they have become much more violent. Where is Elliot Ness.
Forum: Global Village
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