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16 years ago
Timothy
I already gave you the answer Don, it's in the Dave Barry article- here is where Florida residents go to get to higher ground- Tim
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16 years ago
Timothy
More accounts of what isn't happening in Iraq right now...... Tim
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16 years ago
Timothy
Hi Geoff, ">"So you're saying it's out fault for the terrorists striking America, right? I disagree."< "I am not saying it is anybodys fault....it more complicated than that.....its just that the USG doesn't exactly help the situation" You are saying that the US creates these terrorists- ie- "it's our fault". >" .......... They are certainly
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16 years ago
Timothy
Hi Don, "The main thrust of the article was that little or nothing was done in the first few days. " I disagree. The article doesn't say "no relief efforts were started in the first few days" at all. As I stated earlier, these groups usually set up areas for relief efforts prior to the damage, but it is difficult to know where they will be most needed. As most of the ari
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16 years ago
Timothy
Don, What are you trying to say? Yes, the relief efforts continued well in to the months after the devastation. But the quote you highlighted doesn't say that there wasn't a relief effort before during and after the Hurricane. In fact, all of the links I posted pretty much confirm what is common knowledge for those of us who have lived in these disaster prone areas, and that is that the
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16 years ago
Timothy
Hi Don, "The resons for the media lying is simply that they are controlled and always have been." Ahh. All of them? Every single media outlet in Florida, from the left or right side of the political spectrum mysteriously neglected to report on thousands of deaths? Come on man...that's ridiculous. They live for this sort of stuff. "I wasn't there Tim but I do remember the im
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16 years ago
Timothy
Guy, The friends of mine from Homestead never mentioned anything about this at all. I find it incredibly hard to believe that if literally thousands of people died in this storm that the media didn't report anything even remotely resembling these reports. It doesn't make any sense for the media not to. Bad news, regardless of accuracy, sells. I would need to see more than a few obscure email
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16 years ago
Timothy
Don- Those pictures you posted look a lot like Nashville, TN after the tornado we had in 1998. Many areas were completely flattened, with trees missing for acres, and entire Trailer parks completely devastated. Despite all of this damage in Nashville and the Surrounding TN area, we had very few deaths. The reason for this is the Emergency media channels giving people enough time to seek
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16 years ago
Timothy
Hi Don, I had a few friends in Homestead, Florida, a region that was devastated by the Hurricane. Most of the residents took up shelter in higher ground, but many also never left there residences. The entire State had at least a full week of warning before the hurricane hit land. "Logistically it would have been nearly impossible to evacuate Miami would it not ? " Yes, it would b
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16 years ago
Timothy
I read the post Don. read the one I linked to. I don't believe the Nexus story, I have friends in southern Florida and they never mentioned anything like this at all. Tim
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16 years ago
Timothy
Hi Geoff, "you know quite well this is a biased and narrow view point....." I do? "Quote: Since I am partisan for my nation and since I don't want my countrymen to die, I'd prefer that if fighting must be done that it be done elsewhere. No fighting at all would be even better yet, but that's no longer a choice available to us. he says he is a partisan.....straight off....the
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16 years ago
Timothy
Hi Geoff, "first please seperate US Citizen from US Government....the only *bashing* thats going on here is against the USG...NOT the citizen....." Then you are missing the point. The US government and the US people are one and the same. Bush is a citizen just like me. So was Clinton, so is Powell, Rumsfeld, Wolfowitz, and Phil Bredesen (my local Governor), etc, etc...That's what
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16 years ago
Timothy
Hi Thirdwave, "I recall reading Macrosope ...years ago ...but I can't for the wotzit of me remember its story lol" It is pretty hard to give a quick overview, there are so many parts to it- I found a few here- "Imagine: A huge instrument is set up in Earth orbit that has the ability to view a recently discovered particle that lets it peer anywhere in space- not only i
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16 years ago
Timothy
Hi Cleo, I must take this oppurtunity to correct what is obviously a misunderstanding, for you see I am not a soldier. I do have multiple family members to have served, but I am not one of them. I however have much respect for these men and women, for they are the ones who gauruntee the freedoms we all take for granted. Freedom is never free. Tim
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16 years ago
Timothy
Cleo, Thanks for at least reading the article.........We'll just have to agree to disagree I guess..... Tim
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16 years ago
Timothy
Hey Don, Why didn't Canada prosecute the killers of Zahra Kazemi in Iran? Because they can't. Tim
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16 years ago
Timothy
Don, Because we don't try and appease terrorists, that's why. Tim
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16 years ago
Timothy
Cleo, It's kind of interesting, but this same mentality - the US is the sole cause of all of the problems of the world- existed during the Clinton years, which perhaps not so coincidentally was when this piece was written, so it would be difficult to pin the blame of "BushCo" for this article..... You ask "Who hates freedom? Who hates democracy? It's stupid. " Radic
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16 years ago
Timothy
Hi Cleo, I am sorry for calling you misguided. I should not have resorted to making judgements like that, it was wrong and I hope you accept my apology. Btw, having a turkey centerpiece at a soldiers thanksgiving is not unusual according to a few different soldiers I have spoken with out of curiousity. I suggest you peruse this link for a definitive round up of this non-scandal- All
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16 years ago
Timothy
Hi Aa, "Is that all you have to say? So nothing in that statement is true then? We've proved a thousand times over how corrupt the officials are." Apparently you didn't read my whole post- I clearly stated- "I don't claim the US has always done the right thing," I agree that our officials have been corrupt. Not all, not most, but many have, yes. "I'm not talkin
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16 years ago
Timothy
Hi Don, "1) Since it has now been proven that Saddam never was a threat to america I am curious how they are dying for their families ?" It has? Silly me, I thought the multiple connections to various International terrorist groups, including Al-Qaeda DID prove Saddam was a threat to western interests. "2) Aw yes big business and The Oil. Yes I see." Yes Don, I do
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16 years ago
Timothy
Hi Cleo, "There is no conspiracy here to debate. We were just pointing out how stupid it was to get pictured with a fake turkey plate. And how stupid it was for someone to bring one along. " Why is this stupid? What's wrong with Bush holding a fake turkey? It was A FREAKING CENTERPIECE!! You folks are so deperate to paint Bush in a negative light that him holding a centerpiece i
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16 years ago
Timothy
Hi Aa, "What does the US stand for then - bad foreign policies, disregard for the environment and empowering the rich whilst stifling the poor." Nice, real nice. Yes, you're right, the US stands for the evil oligarchies of the world. All of the thousands of soldiers who died liberating various countries around the world, including quite a few in the enlightened land of Europe,
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16 years ago
Timothy
Hi Aa, "I'm sure they're even more willing to die for him now :(" They were never willing to die for Bush, they are willing to die for their families, and everything the US stands for. That's what soldiers do. Tim
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16 years ago
Timothy
Wow Don. "I would think that if it had been turkey they would have said turkey instead of 'plates of food'." So now it's one big conspiracy because instead of turkey he was serving ham? Did you even read the link from the soldier I posted? I imagine not. "As to whether he went or not ? I have yet to form an opinion. However if forced to bet I would probaly say ..."
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16 years ago
Timothy
Hi Aa, He didn't "have to" go to Iraq. Period. The fact that he did go at all obviously meant a lot to the soldiers serving over there. No one has ever stated that things in Iraq are "rosy". Why can't he do anything right in your eyes? Tim
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16 years ago
Timothy
the cooooool thing will be when we can get one of these lifters powered by a MEG....... Flying cars at last! Tim
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16 years ago
Timothy
Hi Don, "You seem to be missing the point here. " What's that suppposed to mean? "You are the one who should be listening to us." I should? "Some claimed it was nothing but a photo op. THEY WERE CORRECT !" Some also claimed it was good thing to do for the troops. They were also correct. Or would you care to disagree with the hundreds of troops who gave him
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16 years ago
Timothy
Hi E-Rok, "I should point out that the figure of 3,230 - 4,327 you supplied was for non-combatants, and is really quite remarkably low compared to the report from Medact (which cited civilian deaths from www.iraqbodycount.net). Medact prepared a report which calculated the total civilian/military death toll as between 21,000 and 55,000." That would make sense, and would also agre
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16 years ago
Timothy
Oh no! Bush held a plastic turkey! It proves that the Illuminati rule the world! Did you not see the masonic eye in the turkey? Did you not see the way he carried out the fake turkey? That was the OFFICIAL Templar/Masonic/Bilderberg fake turkey carrying method, and anyone with any knowledge of these things would surely see that this was a sign to the members of the socities to begin the NW
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