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Anybodyhome

Member Since 07 Jul 2010
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#2861193 Greatest Movie Characters of All Time

Posted by Anybodyhome on Yesterday, 04:44 PM

Ha! Because I watched this again last night....

 

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#2860255 A little perspective on the Israeli/Palestinian Conflict

Posted by Anybodyhome on 21 July 2014 - 06:24 PM

Uhh, he basically ignored her question.  Her answer was scary, so I looked her up and found this supposed response from her:

http://fortruthforju...horowitz-event/

 

Take it how you will.

 

I respect and understand her response (link) and I also believe Horowitz has a pretty well-defined agenda, not much of which I agree with. Horowitz attempts to tag Hezbollah, Hamas and the Palestinians in general as "Hitlers" in that they are seeking to essentially remove Jews from the planet. 

 

The student was simply trying to separate the two ideologies, and Horowitz seems bent on lumping everyone together.

 




#2860219 As you have grown up have you become more liberal or more conservative?

Posted by Anybodyhome on 21 July 2014 - 05:49 PM

If age is how we should determine someones level of wisdom and enlightenment then we would find that old people in general agreeing on philosophy but they don't. 

 

Agreed. As a white male, approaching 60 years old; drawing 2 pensions while still working and very well off financially; retired military man who saw his share of poo over that 20 years, one would think I'm as conservative as John McCain.

 

There are certain issues I remain rather conservative on- economics, for one. Although I believe we should have a single-payer national health care system.

 

There are many others, mostly social issues, where I am very much a "liberal."
 




#2859888 I have no game in Spanish..

Posted by Anybodyhome on 21 July 2014 - 12:00 PM

This.

 

I spent months in Guadalajara (over the span of 2 years) transferring manufacturing from Charlotte to GDL. Broken spanglish was a friggin magnet. I was told GDL women to men ratio was higher than typical MX (which already has a decent W-to-M ratio).

 

Be confident and don't be an ass.

 

My wife is from GDL (happily married 9 years now).
 

 

Yep- I'm a magnet when I travel to Mexico couple times a year just because I'm more interested in them and their lives and I try to speak their language and fit in rather than be the "ugly American."
 




#2859887 I have no game in Spanish..

Posted by Anybodyhome on 21 July 2014 - 11:59 AM

My best advice would be to never ever shave a hair on your body.

Chicks dig hairy guys with BO.

Trust me.

 

Dude, I think they're simply tolerating your body hair and BO.

 

Only because you told them you are an internet forum moderator.... that blew 'em away and they're willing to accept the body hair/BO part of you.
 




#2858934 A little perspective on the Israeli/Palestinian Conflict

Posted by Anybodyhome on 20 July 2014 - 04:00 PM

gaza is 139 square miles with a population of nearly 2 million people. your line of argument is repeated often but rarely supported by the evidence. israel has a history of using collective punishment.

 

also were those kids who were just killed on the beach acting as "security" too?

 

Israel did not have to give up Gaza to begin with...

 

...and I'm sorry, but if there is a person or people out there who's sole mission and purpose in life is to annihilate me... yes, I will kill them all.




#2858928 A little perspective on the Israeli/Palestinian Conflict

Posted by Anybodyhome on 20 July 2014 - 03:51 PM

that israel is an apartheid state that breeds violent resistance through its settlements and indiscriminate murder of palestinian children

 

...when said women and children are used as "security' for rocket launching fools...
 

...when said women, children and men alike are all used to help dig tunnels into Israel for the sole purpose of conducting terrorist operations...

 

As they say- Israel uses a missile system to defend its people, Hamas uses its people to defend its missile system.




#2858919 A little perspective on the Israeli/Palestinian Conflict

Posted by Anybodyhome on 20 July 2014 - 03:32 PM

What did you expect to happen with Gaza and Hamas? Seriously, what do the Hamas sympathizers think?

 

I heard it put very simply the other day- Israel cannot afford to lose a war, battle or skirmish. To do so is the end of their culture.




#2858038 FBI: violent crime rates drop to historic lows

Posted by Anybodyhome on 19 July 2014 - 02:20 PM

Homeland Defense

 

Feeding the public's fear while taking away our rights and wasting billions of tax dollars. 

 

...and making government bigger in order to accomplish all of the above.




#2858012 FBI: violent crime rates drop to historic lows

Posted by Anybodyhome on 19 July 2014 - 01:24 PM

If the OP is actually correct, why do local police forces continue to militarize as if they're preparing for armageddon?

 

Thoughts?

 

Guthrie, OK (population 10,623):

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Walton County, FL (57,582-the entire county)

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Salinas, CA (population 154,000)

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Fort Worth, TX

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#2857944 This is trashing up my view

Posted by Anybodyhome on 19 July 2014 - 11:18 AM

Offer her some baby powder for the chafing....

 

...oh, the towel..... in that case, just ask her if you can borrow her toilet paper while pointing at the towel.

 

And, btw, where the hell are you with beach furniture crammed together like cannery row?




#2857924 So is Tiger woods done or what?

Posted by Anybodyhome on 19 July 2014 - 10:48 AM

This is a Brit TV feed, otherwise we'd be seeing virtually every shot Tiger hit and we'd have no idea how well Rory is playing.

 

Thankfully, with this feed, we're seeing a lot of players on the course, unlike CBS or NBC which will show you no more than 5-6 players the entire round except for the occasional great shot made by someone earlier in the day.

 

 




#2857141 Obama power grab greatest threat to constitution in US history

Posted by Anybodyhome on 18 July 2014 - 02:41 PM

You heard about all these states passing laws to ban gay marriage, loosely based upon some religious belief system, right?

You've also heard about states attempting to legislate women's health issues based upon those same religious beliefs, right?

 

Most of those laws are getting thrown out one after the other by appellate courts, thankfully. The states who believe they can legislate based upon religious beliefs (mind you, they can only be conservative Christian beliefs- no others welcome) are a bigger threat to Constitutional law in this country than anything brought up by the OP. 




#2857106 Obama power grab greatest threat to constitution in US history

Posted by Anybodyhome on 18 July 2014 - 02:08 PM

"...greatest challenges to our constitutional system in the history of this country..."

 

How did you get from Turley's quote (above) to "...worst in history..."?

"Challenges" can take many forms- moral, legal, ethical, religious, political, etc...




#2857037 Obama power grab greatest threat to constitution in US history

Posted by Anybodyhome on 18 July 2014 - 01:08 PM

My guys are my neighbors, family and friends. And I do not give any of them a free pass when they fugg up either. If the repubs are violating constitutional laws? Then ring the bell. Show me. I will gladly protest their behavior as well. 

 

Invading Iraq and Afghanistan after lying to Congress, the American people and the United Nations?

The Patriot Act?

Arms for Hostages?

Iran-Contra?

 

How about the most criminal administration ever- the Reagan years? 138 administration officials convicted, indicted and investigated. To this day the record still stands...






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