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Thursday, November 22, 2012

Meet Us On The Group W Bench


 
Cry out:
“Save us, GOD our Savior;
 gather us and deliver us from the nations,
that we may give thanks to your holy name,
and glory in your praise.”
1 Chronicles 16


 

351 comments:

  1. BulgarWheat5:35 AM

    A genuine tale of Thanksgiving.

    His name was Fleming, and he was a poor Scottish farmer. One day, while trying to make a living for his family, he heard a cry for help coming from a nearby bog. He dropped his tools
    and ran to the bog.

    There, mired to his waist in black muck, was a terrified boy, screaming and struggling to free himself. Farmer Fleming saved the lad from what could have been a slow and
    terrifying death.

    The next day, a fancy carriage pulled up to the Scotsman's sparse surroundings. An elegantly dressed nobleman stepped out and introduced himself as the father of the boy Farmer Fleming had saved.

    'I want to repay you,' said the nobleman. 'You saved my son's life.'

    'No, I can't accept payment for what I did,' the Scottish farmer replied waving off the offer. At that moment, the farmer's
    own son came to the door of the family hovel.

    'Is that your
    son?' the nobleman asked.

    'Yes,' the farmer replied
    proudly.

    'I'll make you a deal. Let me provide him with the
    level of education my own son will enjoy If the lad is anything like his father, he'll no doubt grow to be a man we both will be proud of.' And that he did.

    Farmer Fleming's son attended the very best schools and in time, graduated from St. Mary's Hospital Medical School in London, and went on to become known throughout the world as the noted Sir Alexander Fleming, the discoverer of Penicillin.

    Years afterward, the same nobleman's son who was saved from the bog was stricken with pneumonia.

    What saved his life this time? Penicillin.

    The name of the nobleman? Lord Randolph Churchill .. His son's name?



    Sir Winston Churchill.

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  2. BulgarWheat5:48 AM

    Neighborhood On Alert As Aggressive Wild Turkeys Attacking Residents, Vehicles...

    Son of Redballs would never assault Babba.

    http://boston.cbslocal.com/2012/11/21/turkey-complaints-on-the-rise-in-brookline/

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  3. BulgarWheat6:03 AM

    Another great Arlo song.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vdqkE9Hn-9w

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  4. BabbaZee7:42 AM

    The cleanup in Amityville, Long Island, is still underway three weeks after Superstorm Sandy devastated parts of the region. So when residents got a warning that they now have to get rid of all of the debris themselves, they were none too happy.

    Pete Picucci, 96, spends hours a day sitting in front of his fireplace, the lone source of warmth after Sandy flooded his home, destroying pretty much everything.

    His wife is in the hospital after suffering a heart attack before the storm. He is relying on neighbors to help him clean up, a process that is far from over.

    Then Friday came the notice, which said that "to prevent a summons please don't put debris outside."

    Piccuci is not the only one outraged over the possibility of getting fined. His neighbors are equally frustrated.

    Amityville Mayor Peter Imbert said the village doesn't have the resources to continue pickup. He said that after three weeks of the village's cleanup, residents now have a responsibility to get a Dumpster or contractor. He said officials are concerned they are not going to be reimbursed by FEMA.

    Picucci and his neighbors have their own concerns about reimbursement. But despite everything that's happened, Picucci is very thankful for one thing: the support of his neighbors who have helped him get by. He said he never knew people could be so nice.
    http://www.myfoxny.com/story/20161996/village-to-96-year-old-man-residents-clean-up-debris
    HAPPY THANKSGIVING

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  5. Yasir Nasir7:49 AM

    n CNN interview professing a desire for peace, Mashaal asks, ‘How can I accept Israel? They have occupied my land’

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  6. BulgarWheat7:50 AM

    another genuine Thanksgiving story.

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  7. Yasir Nasir7:52 AM

    At the moment, this new code of international justice only excludes
    Israelis from the protection of international law. History has
    consistently shown that what starts with Israelis will soon apply to
    Jews the world over, and will then be applied to everyone else.

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  8. BulgarWheat7:55 AM

    running the oven. making everyone some sausage/cheddar cheese balls. It's like a sausage/cheese biscuit all rolled up and not a bad way to start a holiday. Umm!


    The story at the bottom of the thread re; Winston Churchill I found to be very instructive. You never know when a kind or courageous act can be world changing as was with Dr. Fleming and Winston Churchill.

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  9. BabbaZee7:56 AM

    Arab Columnists Criticize Firing Of Rockets From Gaza http://www.memri.org/report/en/0/0/0/0/0/0/6823.htm

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  10. BabbaZee7:56 AM

    http://blogs.timesofisrael.com/the-dark-side-of-the-ceasefire/

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  11. BulgarWheat7:57 AM

    a flying pig moment

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  12. BulgarWheat8:06 AM

    give thanks, daily. everyday.

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  13. Yasir Nasir8:10 AM

    "In the end they will lay their freedom at our feet, and say to us, Make us your slaves, but feed us."

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  14. BabbaZee8:13 AM

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cIocUXN3eCk

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  15. Yasir Nasir8:17 AM

    Chang, a former IBM employee, could be setting himself up for a clash with Microsoft. His patent was originally filed back in 2007—two years before a similar Microsoft patent was filed for “legal intercept” technology designed to be used with VoIP services like Skype to “silently copy communication transmitted via the communication session.” (Because Microsoft acquired Skype last year, questions have been raised about whether the patent is part of a plan to build intercept capabilities into the popular chat service, though Skype has not yet commented on the matter.) A press release issued by Chang’s company earlier this month noted that VoIP-Pal had identified “substantial similarities” between its patent and Microsoft’s. Was Chang trying to insinuate that Microsoft had copied his patent? I sent him a series of questions by email, but he responded that the company was “not in a position to make any statements” at this time.

    Either way, the race to wiretap the Web is heating up. Aside from companies competing over patents, civil liberties and privacy concerns due to increasing levels of surveillance have sparked huge interest in new encrypted communications platforms, deliberately designed to shield users from potential monitoring. So even if governments were able to successfully implement VoIP-Pal’s lawful intercept technology on a countrywide scale, they should expect their would-be targets to find new ways to circumvent surveillance.

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  16. Yasir Nasir8:17 AM

    Company Plans "Revolutionary" Eavesdropping Technology To Help Governments Monitor Internet Chats

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  17. BabbaZee8:18 AM

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7tsZZsDraD8&feature=related

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  18. BabbaZee8:18 AM

    http://www.slate.com/blogs/future_tense/2012/11/19/dennis_chang_s_voip_pal_aims_to_help_law_enforcement_monitor_skype_other.html

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  19. BabbaZee8:19 AM

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kH3rCA1PJhI&feature=fvwrel

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  20. Yasir Nasir8:20 AM

    It is a misstatement of huge proportions to suggest that Morsi “won the
    trust of Israel.” On the contrary: American pressure prevented Israel
    from degrading Hamas’ terror capabilities.

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  21. BabbaZee8:24 AM

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QfmZfPwCXbg&feature=related

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  22. BabbaZee8:25 AM

    sham wow

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  23. BabbaZee8:27 AM

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u2fiSfw4pZ8&feature=related

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  24. BulgarWheat8:29 AM

    I go shave and shower now. Have a few small items I'm going to need from the store.

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  25. BabbaZee8:32 AM

    to prevent a summons please don't put debris outside....

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  26. BabbaZee8:33 AM

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BDkVaAieF8o&feature=related

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  27. BulgarWheat9:17 AM

    does that mean I can't go outside?

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  28. BabbaZee9:31 AM

    39 Some of the P’rushim in the crowd said to him, “Rabbi! Reprimand your talmidim!”



    40 But he answered them, “I tell you that if they keep quiet, the stones will shout!”

    41 When Yeshua had come closer and could see the city, he wept over it,



    42 saying, “If you only knew today what is needed for shalom! But for now it is hidden from your sight.



    43 For the days are coming upon you when your enemies will set up a barricade around you, encircle you, hem you in on every side,



    44 and dash you to the ground, you and your children within your walls, leaving not one stone standing on another — and all because you did not recognize your opportunity when God offered it!”

    much of it from Isa 29:3; Jer 6:6; Ezek 4:2; 28:6

    Jesus
    http://www.sacred-texts.com/bib/poly/luk019.htm
    in LUKE 19

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  29. BabbaZee9:32 AM

    http://cdn.timesofisrael.com/uploads/2012/11/Screen-Shot-2012-11-22-at-1.45.36-PM-635x357.png

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  30. BabbaZee9:32 AM

    http://www.timesofisrael.com/soldiers-spell-out-critique-of-netanyahu-as-a-loser-for-not-using-ground-forces-in-gaza/

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  31. BabbaZee9:33 AM

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D1WnBy4z5Jc&feature=related

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  32. BabbaZee9:34 AM

    please refer to the guidelines set forth by your gated community in the handbook you were issued upon approval of your residency there which may be terminated at any time

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  33. BulgarWheat9:36 AM

    doesn't really sound like anywhere I want to live.

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  34. BabbaZee9:36 AM

    you live there now

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  35. BulgarWheat9:39 AM

    Susan Rice Lays Blame for Misleading Statements on Intel Community...


    In a room full of open gas canisters it's unwise to play with matches. Bitch doesn't know what she's getting herself into. They have forgotten more about dirty tricks than she or her ring master will ever begin to understand. Consider her toast. She crossed the line.

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  36. BulgarWheat9:41 AM

    I go grab a few last minute items from the store.

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  37. pbird9:58 AM

    i LOVE the saying about the rocks!!

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  38. BabbaZee9:59 AM

    http://www.strategypage.com/gallery/images/wwii-thanksgiving-11-2012.jpg

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  39. love the stove!!! what a contraption!

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  40. too tired and too late home last night to prepare anything so we gotta do it all today! Weeeee!

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  41. good morning fellow celebrants! Shalom even if its kind of pocky

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  42. BabbaZee10:03 AM

    I am good and sick and must endure the potato counters

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  43. I've got it all figured out. And we cheated on the pie dough because Trader Joe's is ok.

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  44. I was afraid of that. Strength to yer elbow missus!

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  45. BabbaZee10:04 AM

    mmm pie

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  46. BabbaZee10:04 AM

    danke

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  47. Rachel is going to make me a pecan pie....oh lordy...

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  48. BabbaZee10:05 AM

    Turkish Jihadists Call for Attacks on U.S.

    http://theflyingcameldotorg.wordpress.com/2012/11/22/turkish-jihadists-call-for-attacks-on-u-s/

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  49. BabbaZee10:06 AM

    nothing like a turkey jihad for thanksgiving day

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  50. BabbaZee10:06 AM

    Exhibit opens up fashion icon Kahlo's wardrobe

    http://www.hurriyetdailynews.com/exhibit-opens-up-fashion-icon-kahlos-wardrobe.aspx?pageID=238&nID=35216&NewsCatID=376

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  51. BabbaZee10:08 AM

    The deputy manager of a Russian defense equipment factory that exports goods to Syria has been assassinated in Tula close to Moscow, daily Hürriyet has reported.

    Konstruktorskoye Büro Priborostroyeniye’s (KBP) deputy manager, 58-year-old Vyacheslav Trukhachev, was shot dead on one of the biggest streets in Tula.

    http://www.hurriyetdailynews.com/official-at-russian-supplier-of-arms-to-syria-assassinated.aspx?PageID=238&NID=35218&NewsCatID=353

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  52. Police have launched an investigation while his colleagues have called the event unexpected and mysterious.

    lol

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  53. BabbaZee10:13 AM

    importer exporter!

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  54. you wouldn't want to be exported or imported by those guys

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  55. she did wear some unique stuff

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  56. at the very end of the fifties peasant style blouses were madly fashionable for a while, I remember mine with excitement even now, ha. White with red embroidery. I was about ten.

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  57. BabbaZee10:18 AM

    I love that I have a pink one right now

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  58. Ke$ha tells BANG Showbiz (via Female First) that she asked each of her followers to send her a tooth, and was able to fashion a bra, headdress and earrings out of the 1,000-plus canines she received.

    "I asked for them to send me their teeth and I got, like, over 1000 human teeth," she explains. "I made it into a bra top, and a headdress, and earrings, and necklaces. I've worn it out!"

    Ke$ha says that she took on the project in order to feel connected to her fans.

    http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/11/21/kesha-bra-from-fans-teeth_n_2170202.html?utm_hp_ref=celebrity

    eww, whats next?

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  59. BabbaZee10:28 AM

    wassa Ke$ha?



    I made earrings out of my boyfriend's wisdom teeth about 35 years ago

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  60. BabbaZee10:28 AM

    inspired by earring I had made from coyote teeth

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  61. BabbaZee10:30 AM

    I used to make jewelry from bones and teeth beads and leather and sell them at biker swap meets


    One time I found a dead owl and he had about 30 mice and squirrels in his stomach all bones made great necklaces

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  62. everything has been done before!!
    I have no idea what a Kesha is.

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  63. discarded teeth are one thing....she had people send her good teeth removed for the purpose

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  64. BabbaZee10:32 AM

    I was always picking up dead animals from the road. today I think they shoot you for that.

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  65. BabbaZee10:32 AM

    I KNOW ewwww

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  66. time to get dressed and hit it!!! I check back later and see how everybody is doing. GOD bless youse guys.

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  67. BabbaZee10:33 AM

    yeah I gotta try to become human looking too
    good luck to us

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  68. its all weird now, better not get caught with an eagle feather!

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  69. yep! Take it easy if you can!

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  70. BabbaZee10:34 AM

    oh I had some collection of feather beaks and claws! All went to good use.

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  71. Trevor the Toikey1:19 PM

    Pillar of Cloud (Explained)

    A pillar of cloud (Hebrew: עמוד ענן) was one of the manifestations of the presence of the God of Israel in the Torah. According to Exodus, the pillar of cloud guided the Israelites by day during the Exodus from Egypt (circa the 18th Dynasty; see dating of the Exodus). The pillar of cloud is traditionally paired with the manifestation of the divine presence by night as the pillar of fire, which provided light. This was so they "could travel by day or night".[1]

    Exodus 13:21-22 By day the Lord went ahead of them in a pillar of cloud to guide them on their way and by night in a pillar of fire to give them light, so that they could travel by day or night. Neither the pillar of cloud by day nor the pillar of fire by night left its place in front of the people.

    Numbers 14:14 And they will tell the inhabitants of this land about it. They have already heard that you, O LORD, are with these people and that you, O Lord, have been seen face to face, that your cloud stays over them, and that you go before them in a pillar of cloud by day and a pillar of fire by night.

    Deuteronomy 1:33 Who went in the way before you, to search you out a place to pitch your tents in, in fire by night, to shew you by what way ye should go, and in a cloud by day.

    Psalms 99:7 In a pillar of cloud He spoke to them; they kept His testimonies and the statute He gave them.

    Nehemiah 9:12 By day you led them with a pillar of cloud, and by night with a pillar of fire to give them light on the way they were to take.

    Nehemiah 9:19 "Because of your great compassion you did not abandon them in the desert. By day the pillar of cloud did not cease to guide them on their path, nor the pillar of fire by night to shine on the way they were to take.

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  72. Trevor the Toikey1:25 PM

    Police: Jacob Provo and Joshua Anderson steal, kill Florida family's pet turkey for Thanksgiving meal

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  73. Trevor the Toikey1:29 PM

    Peace, turkey pardoned by President Obama last Thanksgiving, euthanized

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  74. Trevor the Toikey1:32 PM

    Deer attacks two men, then takes man's cigarettes

    Whitehouse, Texas — Joseph Rose and Cole Kellis were leaving their home in Whitehouse on Friday morning when they noticed a deer in their front yard.

    Rose approached the deer and he says the deer seemed friendly. But then Kellis and Rose say the deer then charged them and started to attack.

    Rose and Kellis ran to Rose's pick-up truck to try to get away from the wild buck. The deer then "poked" Rose in his ribs, so Rose jumped out of his truck into the back-bed. Rose says he left his driver-side door open and the deer climbed in and took his pack of cigarettes that were sitting in his center console.

    The deer starting eating Rose's smokes, and when Rose tried to get them back, Rose says the deer got more aggressive.

    They then had to call Whitehouse police and the Game Warden. When police arrived they had to tase the deer and then Rose says it took more than 5 men to restrain the buck.

    KETK spoke to Smith County Game Warden, Dustin Dockery, and he says, "Admire deer from a distance but do not approach them because they can be dangerous."


    (Don't taze me bro!)

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  75. pbird1:49 PM

    i question the timing

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  76. pbird1:50 PM

    oh yay!! Been waiting to see it.

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  77. bweep2:21 PM

    You could have just strung the dead owl on a leather thong and sold it as a pendant.....someone would have bought it...The could have kept their dope up it's arse....

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  78. Q_Burn3:14 PM

    Well as soon as my good jeans dry I am headed to friends house for Thanksgiving. I have been requested to bring da Hawaiian music, got that covered, also Kona Brewing Company Longboard Lager and a nice salad. It's about 75 degrees here, winter aint what it used to be. Straight outta Tejas, here is a reggae song of thanks in the Cherokee language. Feral blessings upon all y'all..

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aegfJeJ-sUo

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  79. pbird3:15 PM

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1mF81Ns4cp4

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  80. pbird3:19 PM

    Czech anti-chemical warfare troops are in Jordan

    http://killerapps.foreignpolicy.com/posts/2012/11/21/czech_chem_warfare_are_troops_in_jordan

    Czech troops are in Jordan, providing technical expertise in case Syria's massive stockpile of chemical weapons is somehow unleashed by the Assad regime, rebels, or terrorists.

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  81. Q_Burn3:20 PM

    And thank you William De Vaughn for your one hit.. it was an awesome one!

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KDTXljIqxRE

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  82. pbird3:21 PM

    i gotta go peel a million potatoes!!!

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  83. BulgarWheat3:40 PM

    The bird is done. Finishing up mashed taters, dressing in muffin pans (I've been waiting for that since I found the recipe last week).


    not quite ready.

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  84. pbird4:01 PM

    I stuck a couple deep purple potatoes in with the yellow ones just for fun. Ew. Can you imagine lavender mashed potatoes.? P's revenge.

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  85. pbird4:04 PM

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m57gzA2JCcM&feature=related

    i like the old one!

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  86. pbird4:16 PM

    lol. Weeeeeeee

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  87. pbird4:18 PM

    They made me do it.

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  88. pbird4:21 PM

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KBis2GcNb1o&feature=relmfu

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  89. Yasir Nasir5:37 PM

    Your "Good jeans" hah!!!!!!!!!!!!! Sounds like me!!!!!!!!!!!!


    Have a Happy Thanksgiving!

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  90. pbird6:38 PM

    snicker/..

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  91. pbird6:43 PM

    Electronic tracking: new constraint for Saudi women

    http://www.france24.com/en/20121122-electronic-tracking-new-constraint-saudi-women

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  92. pbird6:51 PM

    oops it loaded twice

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  93. pbird7:39 PM

    Way too much cooking for pbird. But my gravy is killer.

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  94. pbird7:50 PM

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=szGRsuK8MbM

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  95. pbird7:52 PM

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ya0-afQSnbw&feature=related

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  96. pbird8:37 PM

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hOAHbA7Tbdk

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  97. buzzsawmonkey9:46 PM

    Thanksgiving

    The autumn harvest festivals, alas, are obsolete,
    For living in the city, we don't grow the foods we eat
    No evidence of seasonal change is there to be found
    When supermarkets stock the same foods all the year around
    And little of the seasons' passing show is evident
    From leafless trees in iron grates embedded in cement.

    But though the beat of life has changed, it cannot obviate
    The need to mark time's passage, or the urge to celebrate
    And if through stone and asphalt nature's changes scarcely show
    We'll greet each one consistent with the urban life we know
    And gorge ourselves on turkey, mashed potatoes, and ice cream,
    To give thanks for that wondrous day the landlord sends up steam.

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  98. BabbaZee12:28 AM

    I am a bad influence on children ......

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  99. Q_Burn12:30 AM

    It is good to have a purpose in life.

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  100. are not, she looks great

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  101. Q_Burn12:30 AM

    Other than making people drink I mean..

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  102. i see her little camera, she is having fun with it?

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  103. BabbaZee12:41 AM

    yes she is
    not that they like this in the least

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  104. BabbaZee12:43 AM

    AHAHAHAHA

    weeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee!!!!

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  105. oh my, well I'm glad she's happy. She's very pretty too.

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  106. BabbaZee12:44 AM

    she is. THEY say I am a bad influence, the fidgets and I disagree.

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  107. ha! good

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  108. good that the fidgets have you

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  109. BabbaZee12:45 AM

    well they severely limit this - they NEVER let me have them alone anymore ... BAD INFLUENCE YANNO

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  110. oh fuck....what utter cowflop
    they make me talk dirty ha

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  111. Q_Burn12:48 AM

    But can you make small children drink? Then you can truly call yourself a bad influence.

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  112. they are very pretty girls!

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  113. BabbaZee12:49 AM

    ahahaha OY. PLEASE! yes......
    well I must go pour tea now for him because we have to wait up till his mother is in and calls. If I dont come back I passed out

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  114. BabbaZee12:49 AM

    SHHH!

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  115. goodnight in that case, i am dead

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  116. BabbaZee12:50 AM

    yes. Lucky them. I was not pretty at all at that age. Still not.

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  117. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cIocUXN3eCk&feature=g-hist

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  118. you got a different thing...sometimes pretty doesn't keep very well, But GOD bless them

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  119. pbird1:18 AM

    really goodnight now

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  120. BulgarWheat4:36 AM

    it was a wonderful Thanksgiving meal. I outdid myself once again. The creamed corn casserole alone was spectacular, the turkey was perfecto, my mom made corn muffings/corn sticks and green bean casserole, and my wife made a fantastic cheese cake with sour cream topping.I had actually finished eating when I realized that I didn't even have mash taters and gravy, as I was busy chowing down on the muffin pan cooked dressing. That turned out spectacularly on its own.

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  121. BulgarWheat7:16 AM

    the wife and daughter are going to drive up to Virginia Beach today. My wife's twin is down there from Connecticut with some friends who have either a beach house or condo there. My daughter adores her cousin, Katherine, and my wife and her twin are very close also.


    This means me and the lad can behave like men today and tomorrow. We're going to toss a few rounds down range this weekend and have some fun. Maybe take the escape goat out also,...which reminds me, I have to email the owner of the riding trails and get the codes for the front gate and the rifle range so that we can get in. I haven't gotten the escape goat out and gotten it muddy in a while.

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  122. BulgarWheat7:28 AM

    that looks like he has a small version of Chester draped over his back.

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  123. BabbaZee8:05 AM

    STUFFING we call that

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  124. BulgarWheat8:20 AM

    Confirmed: Having sex doesn’t induce labor


    Perhaps not, but it's still and excellent way to bide ones time.

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  125. BabbaZee8:20 AM

    you had me confused all morning about why a person would make salad dressing in a muffin tin

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  126. BabbaZee8:36 AM

    http://rt.com/news/women-tracking-saudi-arabia-359/

    Saudi Arabia introduced an electronic tracking system that alerts men by text message when their wife is leaving the country, even if they are traveling together. The system was swiftly condemned by activists and Twitter users.

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  127. BulgarWheat8:38 AM

    the world has become a pretty creepy place.

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  128. BabbaZee8:39 AM

    http://www.youtube.com/user/AlJazeeraEnglish/featured

    Opponents of President Mohammed Morsi have set fire to offices of his Muslim Brotherhood in several Egyptian cities, clashing with his supporters after the Islamist leader assumed sweeping new powers.

    State TV says Morsi opponents set fire to the offices in the Suez Canal cities of Suez, Port Said and Ismailia.

    Clashes also erupted between the two sides in the Mediterranean city of Alexandria, the southern city of Assiut and in Giza, the sister city of the capital. In Alexandria, Morsi opponents hurled stones at Brotherhood supporters outside a mosque and stormed a nearby office of the group.

    The clashes came a day after Morsi announced sweeping new powers for himself, putting himself above judicial oversight.

    http://hosted.ap.org/dynamic/stories/M/ML_EGYPT?SITE=AP&SECTION=HOME&TEMPLATE=DEFAULT&CTIME=2012-11-22-11-27-48

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  129. BabbaZee8:42 AM

    Gaza Ceasefire: The Muslim Brotherhood Version

    http://theflyingcameldotorg.wordpress.com/2012/11/22/gaza-ceasefire-the-muslim-brotherhood-version/

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  130. BulgarWheat8:43 AM

    heh, just a colloquialism

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  131. BabbaZee8:54 AM

    The man who exposed the illegal deeds of the Chinese dairy industry, resulting in a countrywide scandal in 2008, and the subsequent exposure of other incidents of milk contamination was beaten to death. The milk contamination had caused
    sickness to an estimated 300,000 people and resulted in the death of six infants in 2008.

    http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/world/china/Toxic-milk-whistleblower-thrashed-to-death-in-China/articleshow/17331058.cms

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  132. BulgarWheat8:54 AM

    I think it's about time to grab a shave and a shower. Been cold all morning. I think it was 30 this morning when I woke up. It'll get up to the high 60's but at the moment, it's pretty dawgone frosty. I don't like that. I don't like that at all.


    There was work I should have been doing this week, but I usually don't get to actually enjoy my vacation and rest. I rested instead.


    I have to take my Mom and Son to go shopping to get him clothes later on this morning. Seems like he's ready to abandon wearing only adidas or under armor hoodies, shorts, and sweat pants. I suspect that he's starting to chase skirts and the right clothes always help out. We shall see.

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  133. BabbaZee8:56 AM

    A ceasefire brokered between Israel and Hamas continued to hold Thursday, despite urgings for an all-out war by some Muslim extremists in the region.

    The truce was arranged Wednesday with the help of U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi.

    But the head of Egypt's powerful Muslim Brotherhood denounced the peace efforts Thursday, urging for a holy war to free the Palestinian territories.

    http://www.ctvnews.ca/world/ceasefire-holds-despite-muslim-brotherhood-s-continued-calls-for-war-1.1048841

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  134. BabbaZee8:58 AM

    That means Morsy, who earlier this year took over legislative powers from the military council that ruled after Mubarak's ouster, could have at least six months of unchecked rule by decree. The draft constitution would go to a referendum before it is finalized.

    He also fired Egypt's general prosecutor, who had taken criticism from protesters in recent months because they believe prosecutions over demonstrators' deaths were insufficient. Morsy swore in Talaat Ibrahim as the new general prosecutor on Thursday.

    Morsy's moves come three days after the start of violent protests in central Cairo, largely by people angry at Morsy's government and the Muslim Brotherhood, the Islamist movement to which Morsy belongs. There also is turmoil in the constitution panel, which has been torn between conservatives wanting the constitution to mandate Egypt be governed by Islam's Sharia law, and moderates and liberals who want it to say that Egypt be governed by principles of Sharia.

    The announcements also come a day after Morsy helped broker a cease-fire between Israel and Hamas after an eight-day conflict between the sides.

    Thousands of people have protested in Cairo since Monday, chanting -- for the first time since Morsy took office -- for the toppling of the regime. Some in Tahrir Square held posters saying "No to the Brotherhood," and banned Brotherhood members from entering the square.

    http://www.cnn.com/2012/11/23/world/meast/egypt-protests/

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  135. BabbaZee8:58 AM

    http://www.youtube.com/user/AlJazeeraEnglish/featured


    Morsi about to speak

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  136. BabbaZee8:59 AM

    Since taking office in June, Mohamed Morsi, Egypt's not-so-new president, has been equivocating, trying to balance Egypt's longstanding diplomatic and financial relationship with the West with his true self: a Muslim Brotherhood fundamentalist who is contemptuous of the West, hates Israel and wants to turn Egypt into a fully Islamic state. http://www.baltimoresun.com/news/opinion/oped/bs-ed-brinkley-morsi-20121123,0,4641649.story

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  137. BabbaZee9:02 AM

    Mohammed Habib describes his journey to become the Muslim Brotherhood's second-in-command, his work within syndicates, periods of imprisonment, and the group's relationship with the government since its foundation in 1928 http://english.ahram.org.eg/NewsContent/18/62/58761/Books/Review/-Memoires-of-an-exMuslim-Brotherhood-leader.aspx

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  138. BabbaZee9:13 AM

    http://www.youtube.com/user/AlJazeeraEnglish/featured


    Morsi speaking


    tear gas being fired on protesters in Tahirir Sq

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  139. BabbaZee9:24 AM

    On Wednesday, Salvatore Perrone was charged with the murders of three shopkeepers. He’s confessed to two of the slayings.

    Perrone, a 64-year-old salesman, was picked up in Bay Ridge after being recognized by a tipster in a pharmacy after police released surveillance video from the scene of the last murder.

    He ate, smoked and openly talked to the cops, according to the New York Daily News. He then confessed to two of the murders and fell asleep.

    “He just stopped talking. Who can explain it? You’re not going to be able to explain this guy at all,” a source told the Daily News. “I’m not a psychologist, but he seems to have mental problems. He’s a little delusional.”

    http://www.bensonhurstbean.com/2012/11/john-doe-duffle-bag-arrested-and-charged-with-murders-of-shopkeepers/

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  140. pbird9:32 AM

    durn kid woke me up wanting me to cash a money order she wrote to somebody else...

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  141. BabbaZee9:36 AM

    ...........

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  142. BulgarWheat9:39 AM

    not very cool to wake up pbird.

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  143. BulgarWheat9:43 AM

    I think perhaps it's time to break out the crepe pan. I've got raspberries and blueberries, along with some whipped cream. It's probably been 20 years since I've made them, but I was actually pretty good at it once upon a time.

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  144. BabbaZee9:49 AM

    Jordan: Next on Obama’s Kill List

    http://theflyingcameldotorg.wordpress.com/2012/11/23/jordan-next-on-obamas-kill-list/

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  145. BabbaZee9:50 AM

    riots in Alexandria as well


    morsi has finished babbling

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  146. BabbaZee9:51 AM

    more tear gas in Tahirir Sq

    http://www.youtube.com/user/AlJazeeraEnglish/featured

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  147. pbird9:53 AM

    lol, if you knew this kid.....she's beenwaking me up since 1972

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  148. pbird9:54 AM

    yeah i shoulda bummed a smoke off her

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  149. BabbaZee9:55 AM

    world coming to an end.



    I'll take one raspberry and one blueberry please.


    And a cup of Earl Grey.


    tahnks

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  150. BabbaZee9:56 AM

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LoituB4IWXw

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  151. pbird9:56 AM

    mm, sound very nice

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  152. BabbaZee10:01 AM

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OX468fUCPZo

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  153. BulgarWheat10:01 AM

    working on it now. might as well enjoy a nice meal when it's the end of the world, and perhaps a stiff drink.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_eyFiClAzq8

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  154. BabbaZee10:07 AM

    Morsi now has more power than Mubarak ever had


    Hosni could not be reached for comment

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  155. BabbaZee10:08 AM

    Live updates: Rival protests erupt across Egypt

    http://english.ahram.org.eg/NewsContent/1/64/58968/Egypt/Politics-/Live-updates-Rival-protests-erupt-across-Egypt.aspx

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  156. BulgarWheat10:08 AM

    excellent crepe! I still have the touch. always nice to know.

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  157. buzzsawmonkey10:10 AM

    pbird: In answer to your question below, the poem "Thanksgiving" downthread is, indeed, mine.

    I always attribute if I'm quoting someone or riffing on someone; anything posted without an attribution of some kind is original.

    It's up at PJM for a Thanksgiving aftermath if you feel like commenting there:

    http://pjmedia.com/tatler/2012/11/22/buzz-ballad-thanksgiving/

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  158. thats what i thought, i just wasn't sure

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  159. sam was trying to get my pancake recipe the other day....so i told him how i do it not measurements and he says thats not very helpful....well, thats how i cook so there

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  160. BabbaZee10:21 AM

    I cant tell people how I cook either because I never measure anything

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  161. off with his head! he sounds like a reasonable man

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  162. yeah, why get all those measuring cups and spoons dirty if i could find em anyhow!

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  163. BabbaZee10:22 AM

    yeah for a Pakistani article that thing is pretty huge I thought

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  164. BabbaZee10:22 AM

    all instinct

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  165. who would have thought!? just stop killing ! hey

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  166. BabbaZee10:24 AM

    Morsi, Hamas, Muslim Brotherhood & Obama

    http://theflyingcameldotorg.wordpress.com/2012/11/23/morsi-hamas-muslim-brotherhood-obama/

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  167. BabbaZee10:26 AM

    another one by him http://www.pakistantoday.com.pk/2012/09/14/comment/columns/holier-than-thou-2/

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  168. BabbaZee10:27 AM

    .... does it only count as blasphemy if it’s against Islam?

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  169. BabbaZee10:28 AM

    another one

    Sentiments of every single religion are being put to the sword all over the world on a daily basis and chopping off heads – or even calling for it in the name of religion – is a medieval way of protecting your ideological beliefs. You want to make sure people respect your religion? Stop reacting exactly like the maker of this video would’ve wanted you to react; stop being the primary antagonist of the script that was designed to defame your religion.

    http://www.pakistantoday.com.pk/2012/09/21/comment/columns/holy-war/

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  170. BabbaZee10:34 AM

    I wrote him a note told him thank you


    I am sure he does not get many notes of thanks ahaha

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  171. no, in fact he's probably being very brave to speak as he does

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  172. BabbaZee10:39 AM

    definitely

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  173. Simon says hate India, we hate India. Simon says abhor the Jews, we abhor the Jews. Simon says despise the US, and we despise the US. Simon says take the minorities to the task, we take them to the task. Simon says be happy when a non-Muslim is massacred, and we are happy. Simon says that a YouTube video should hurt your sentiments, and then it hurts our sentiments. Simon says feel agitated, and we oblige him with agitation. Simon says burn with fury, and we burn down our own property in fury. Simon says, kill to assert peace, and we kill peacefully. Simon says believe that everything is a US-Zionist conspiracy and we showcase unyielding belief.
    http://www.pakistantoday.com.pk/2012/11/19/comment/columns/simon-says-be-angry/

    this is the aspect that always amazes me, the group think

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  174. BabbaZee10:40 AM

    well look at it here - BABBA YOU COMMIE HOW DARE YOU CONTRADICT THE FAUX NEWS

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  175. BabbaZee10:41 AM

    When I left the Candy Mountain there were HUNDREDS of people here


    one by one SIMON SAYS I AM A COMMIE



    what are you doing at this hate site anyway??

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  176. BulgarWheat10:43 AM

    The boy wimped out on going to shop for clothes with his Nana. I hate shopping too, but I'm sympathetic to him. I still have to run her up to the mall.


    Not only was yesterday Thanksgiving, it was also Maw's 79th birthday. She's making a pretty strong run at it in my estimation. Good on her.


    I'll run her up to the mall. Better get going then. I'll be back later.

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  177. who me? i got a nose for authenticity....lol

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  178. BabbaZee10:47 AM

    hasta lumbago amigo

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  179. happy shopping....oy

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  180. BabbaZee10:49 AM

    ahahahaha




    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VJXU0ayYAnA

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  181. BabbaZee10:50 AM

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ddEJQOHBEh4&feature=related

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  182. buzzsawmonkey10:51 AM

    If you have to shop for clothes, why the hell would anybody choose today? You're taking what some people consider an unpleasant necessity and ratcheting up the unpleasantness by several factors in choosing to go on the Day of the Great Retail Stampede.


    For that matter, if you want clothing, shop online at the Sierra Trading Post. This Christian-owned company (they're not open Sundays) sells very good stuff in closeout; you've got to keep an eye on their site if you want something in particular, but they have online deals that knock their already-low prices down even further; their return policy is fantastic (I bought a coat from them a few years ago and when a better color of the same thing came in a couple of months later they took the first one back, no problem).


    Shopping for clothes on the day after Thanksgiving is like going to synagogue only on Yom Kippur. If you're not accustomed to going to shul and then go only on the most grueling day of the worship year, of course you're going to leave saying, "Well, that's over. Thank God I don't have to do it again until next year."

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  183. BabbaZee10:52 AM

    A ‘Little Jerusalem’ in the Heart of Italy

    http://travel.nytimes.com/2012/11/25/travel/a-little-jerusalem-in-the-heart-of-italy.html?pagewanted=all

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  184. BabbaZee10:53 AM

    Sierra Trading also sells sporting goods camping fishing hunting equipment etc


    what sort of Christians they are I have no idea
    for all I know they may be replacement theologists who support Hamas

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  185. BabbaZee10:54 AM

    all I know is they put bible quotes on their order form

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  186. BabbaZee10:55 AM

    merely being a "christian" is not an auto endorsement for me any more than merely being a "muslim" means you are a jihadist to me



    research must be done first.

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  187. buzzsawmonkey10:55 AM

    I have no idea what kind of Christians they are. For all I know they could be Fred Phelpsians---but their merchandise is excellent and nicely priced.


    And no, I don't get anything for saying so.

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  188. BabbaZee10:56 AM

    the EDL have crosses on all of their gear too GOD help me....

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