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RE: lincoln - 1/31/2013 2:22:16 PM   
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According to Ambrose the American Indian in fact originated from the North American Atlantian. . Ambrose is awesome. I have his entire collection.


Glad to hear it.

You should read the new book by S. Ambrose, ARGUE WITH A LIBE*AL OR JUST SHOOT YOURSELF?

I think I stayed within the rule of not blatantly mentioning those I was told I could not mention.

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RE: lincoln - 1/31/2013 3:37:03 PM   
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Dang, he wrote another book? I can't keep up.

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RE: lincoln - 1/31/2013 3:53:39 PM   
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Wow... I find this thread to be terribly depressing :(

May I suggest you all go read some Harry Turtledove alternative history novels about a divided America following the ACW. He's got a whole series based on that scenario. I haven't read this series though I like some of his other stuff. I do remember from various book reviews and reader comments on Amazon that the South becomes a fascist dictatorship and we end up with the Confederate States allying with Hitler (I think).

As for secession in today's world, I would predict that if AZ secedes, we would turn into some form of dictatorship with a "whites only" citizenship courtesy of Gov Jan Brewer, Sheriff "Joe" Arpaio, and our GOP dominated legislature. Not a scenario I want to contemplate, especially since there is no chance for me to move away.

I can't see the balkanization of America as being a good thing despite the fantasies some people seem to hold about the possibility. Anyway, in another 2 to 4 years Arizona is going to turn Blue (along with Texas)... problem solved.



Arizona is not going to turn Blue - it is going straight to Green, White, and Red.
And if you think that will solve all your problems...

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RE: lincoln - 1/31/2013 4:11:38 PM   
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Dang, he wrote another book? I can't keep up.


He wrote it over this past weekend. It is only 377 pages and is full of examples of Conservatives killing themselves because of the futility of arguing with Liberals.

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RE: lincoln - 1/31/2013 9:17:01 PM   
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No he didn't. Ambrose died in 1982 in a freak yachting accident while aboard his vessel, the Saucy Sue. Don't you guys remember??

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RE: lincoln - 1/31/2013 10:53:42 PM   
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No he didn't. Ambrose died in 1982 in a freak yachting accident while aboard his vessel, the Saucy Sue. Don't you guys remember??


Jesus H. C. Have you forgotten that SLAAKER gave us links PROVING it was all a conspiracy??

His death was faked with the assistance of Ronald Reagan and Margaret Thatcher. I also heard George Bush was to blame.

So yes he did write it. I could not be reading it otherwise. DUMBASS!!!!

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RE: lincoln - 1/31/2013 11:23:22 PM   
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So now I'm a moron and a babbler says pudding pants. Wow you really know your place here don't ya? Well played...
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I can't make it out... You know us Americans only see what we want too. I don't have a PHD in BS like most people on here. Maybe the great Oz err wodin can step in... Or maybe her sister waspit.
warspite1

You really are a moron aren't you rogo727??

So now you've gone from insulting - for no reason - the English/British (you probably don't know the difference) to "Most people on here". Well I've never done a count but while I suspect the majority are American, there are plenty of other nationalities here too, so you are covering all the bases nicely in your scattergun approach to being insulting.

Then there's the paranoid "You know us Americans only see what we want too". What the %^&* does that mean??? Oh and of course the, by now de rigueur, hilarious take on my login name. How long did it take for you to think of waspit? Did you get help from parusski? Hilarious...

You babbled on in post 87 "Not worth the time or effort in responses anymore."
And then droned on in post 110 "Peace. I'm out."

Let's hope you mean it this time and you stop embarrassing yourself further.

OR you could do what you should have done at the start, simply apologise and stop digging yourself further into trouble with your incoherent waffle.....



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RE: lincoln - 1/31/2013 11:31:25 PM   
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How long did it take for you to think of waspit? Did you get help from parusski? Hilarious.


Warspite1, what did I ever do to you. Other than call you what you are...a dumbass from Uttoxeter.

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RE: lincoln - 1/31/2013 11:31:58 PM   
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Pudding Pants...that is funny..I'll give you that.

I'm sure at one point me and rogo got on ...must be my imagination playing tricks..sure we spoke when he first joined. Oh well.

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RE: lincoln - 1/31/2013 11:32:52 PM   
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Pudding Pants...that is funny..I'll give you that.


Oh yeah, I meant to jump on the pudding pants bandwagon.

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RE: lincoln - 2/1/2013 5:13:49 AM   
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So now I'm a moron and a babbler says pudding pants. Wow you really know your place here don't ya? Well played...
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ORIGINAL: rogo727

I can't make it out... You know us Americans only see what we want too. I don't have a PHD in BS like most people on here. Maybe the great Oz err wodin can step in... Or maybe her sister waspit.
warspite1

You really are a moron aren't you rogo727??

So now you've gone from insulting - for no reason - the English/British (you probably don't know the difference) to "Most people on here". Well I've never done a count but while I suspect the majority are American, there are plenty of other nationalities here too, so you are covering all the bases nicely in your scattergun approach to being insulting.

Then there's the paranoid "You know us Americans only see what we want too". What the %^&* does that mean??? Oh and of course the, by now de rigueur, hilarious take on my login name. How long did it take for you to think of waspit? Did you get help from parusski? Hilarious...

You babbled on in post 87 "Not worth the time or effort in responses anymore."
And then droned on in post 110 "Peace. I'm out."

Let's hope you mean it this time and you stop embarrassing yourself further.

OR you could do what you should have done at the start, simply apologise and stop digging yourself further into trouble with your incoherent waffle.....


warspite1

Good grief.... he's back again...... and still talking sloblocks....

bozo727 (wow! making fun of other forum members sign-in names is really witty and sooo clever isn't it ).

Well played? Know my place? - you just can't help yourself can you?

Listen bozo, you made an unwarranted comment, refused to back down (but instead actually decided to widen your insult net further). Why? All because someone said something you didn't agree with, and that person happened to be English. Just grow up, accept that that was not an appropriate response and move on.... How old are you for goodness sake?

Yours sincerely

Mr P. Pants

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RE: lincoln - 2/1/2013 5:37:46 AM   
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No he didn't. Ambrose died in 1982 in a freak yachting accident while aboard his vessel, the Saucy Sue. Don't you guys remember??


Jesus H. C. Have you forgotten that SLAAKER gave us links PROVING it was all a conspiracy??

His death was faked with the assistance of Ronald Reagan and Margaret Thatcher. I also heard George Bush was to blame.

So yes he did write it. I could not be reading it otherwise. DUMBASS!!!!
warspite1

Right.......

Disappointed in you parusski. You have a go at Slaaker for believing all his nutty conspiracy theories and then go and believe that Reagan/Lady Thatcher/Bush type malarchy.

Let me state once and for all for the benefit of all the space cadets, the conspiracy theorists and the general dumbasses of this world. Ambrose is sadly deceased. What you and ilovestrategy are reading is faux Ambrose; material written by Chinese English language experts in a bid to sell books to unsuspecting donuts in the west.

Why oh why do you believe Slaakman when you don't believe the great man himself?

In 1981, a year before he went to a watery grave, off his face on Brazilian Peanut Brittle, and believing himself to be Gunther Prien, he wrote one of his last novels. This novel, which proved to be strangely prophetic was entitled: Doing Brazilian while in charge of a motor yacht can seriously damage your health as you may end up recreating an episode from WWII, think you are commanding a U-boat, and sinking your own boat.

So listen up and look more closely at the "Ambrose" book you supposedly read over the weekend. Where was it printed? Guangzhou, Guangdong Province. Who printed it? The Acme Bookbinding Company of China. But the absolute giveaway is in the Title page:

ARGUE WITH A LIBERAL OR JUST SHOOT YOURSELF? S. Ambrose (not)

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RE: lincoln - 2/1/2013 5:51:00 AM   
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Pudding Pants...that is funny..I'll give you that.

I'm sure at one point me and rogo got on ...must be my imagination playing tricks..sure we spoke when he first joined. Oh well.
warspite1

Yeah I think we all did...... shame .

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RE: lincoln - 2/1/2013 8:42:06 AM   
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Why oh why do you believe Slaakman when you don't believe the great man himself?

SILLY WARSPITE1. THATS EASY. HE BELIEVES MY GLORIOUS ASSERTIONS BECAUSE THEY ARE TRUE & BECAUSE THE MIGHTY SLAAKMAN IS GREATER THAN YOUR MORTAL & FUTILE IDOLS. NOW LOOKY HERE;
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Why the Cherokee Nation Allied Themselves With the Confederate States of America in 1861

by Leonard M. Scruggs

Many have no doubt heard of the valor of the Cherokee warriors under the command of Brigadier General Stand Watie in the West and of Thomas’ famous North Carolina Legion in the East during the War for Southern Independence from 1861 to 1865. But why did the Cherokees and their brethren, the Creeks, Seminoles, Choctaws, and Chickasaws determine to make common cause with the Confederate South against the Northern Union? To know their reasons is very instructive as to the issues underlying that tragic war. Most Americans have been propagandized rather than educated in the causes of the war, all this to justify the perpetrators and victors. Considering the Cherokee view uncovers much truth buried by decades of politically correct propaganda and allows a broader and truer perspective.

On August 21, 1861, the Cherokee Nation by a General Convention at Tahlequah (in Oklahoma) declared its common cause with the Confederate States against the Northern Union. A treaty was concluded on October 7th between the Confederate States and the Cherokee Nation, and on October 9th, John Ross, the Principal Chief of the Cherokee Nation called into session the Cherokee National Committee and National Council to approve and implement that treaty and a future course of action.

The Cherokees had at first considerable consternation over the growing conflict and desired to remain neutral. They had much common economy and contact with their Confederate neighbors, but their treaties were with the government of the United States.

The Northern conduct of the war against their neighbors, strong repression of Northern political dissent, and the roughshod trampling of the U. S Constitution under the new regime and political powers in Washington soon changed their thinking.

The Cherokee were perhaps the best educated and literate of the American Indian Tribes. They were also among the most Christian. Learning and wisdom were highly esteemed. They revered the Declaration of Independence and the U.S. Constitution as particularly important guarantors of their rights and freedoms. It is not surprising then that on October 28, 1861, the National Council issued a Declaration by the People of the Cherokee Nation of the Causes Which Have Impelled them to Unite Their Fortunes With Those of the Confederate States of America.

The introductory words of this declaration strongly resembled the 1776 Declaration of Independence:

"When circumstances beyond their control compel one people to sever the ties which have long existed between them and another state or confederacy, and to contract new alliances and establish new relations for the security of their rights and liberties, it is fit that they should publicly declare the reasons by which their action is justified."

In the next paragraphs of their declaration the Cherokee Council noted their faithful adherence to their treaties with the United States in the past and how they had faithfully attempted neutrality until the present. But the seventh paragraph begins to delineate their alarm with Northern aggression and sympathy with the South:

"But Providence rules the destinies of nations, and events, by inexorable necessity, overrule human resolutions."

Comparing the relatively limited objectives and defensive nature of the Southern cause in contrast to the aggressive actions of the North they remarked of the Confederate States:

"Disclaiming any intention to invade the Northern States, they sought only to repel the invaders from their own soil and to secure the right of governing themselves. They claimed only the privilege asserted in the Declaration of American Independence, and on which the right of Northern States themselves to self-government is formed, and altering their form of government when it became no longer tolerable and establishing new forms for the security of their liberties."

The next paragraph noted the orderly and democratic process by which each of the Confederate States seceded. This was without violence or coercion and nowhere were liberties abridged or civilian courts and authorities made subordinate to the military. Also noted was the growing unity and success of the South against Northern aggression. The following or ninth paragraph contrasts this with ruthless and totalitarian trends in the North:

"But in the Northern States the Cherokee people saw with alarm a violated constitution, all civil liberty put in peril, and all rules of civilized warfare and the dictates of common humanity and decency unhesitatingly disregarded. In the states which still adhered to the Union a military despotism had displaced civilian power and the laws became silent with arms. Free speech and almost free thought became a crime. The right of habeas corpus, guaranteed by the constitution, disappeared at the nod of a Secretary of State or a general of the lowest grade. The mandate of the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court was at naught by the military power and this outrage on common right approved by a President sworn to support the constitution. War on the largest scale was waged, and the immense bodies of troops called into the field in the absence of any warranting it under the pretense of suppressing unlawful combination of men."

The tenth paragraph continues the indictment of the Northern political party in power and the conduct of the Union Armies:

"The humanities of war, which even barbarians respect, were no longer thought worthy to be observed. Foreign mercenaries and the scum of the cities and the inmates of prisons were enlisted and organized into brigades and sent into Southern States to aid in subjugating a people struggling for freedom, to burn, to plunder, and to commit the basest of outrages on the women; while the heels of armed tyranny trod upon the necks of Maryland and Missouri, and men of the highest character and position were incarcerated upon suspicion without process of law, in jails, forts, and prison ships, and even women were imprisoned by the arbitrary order of a President and Cabinet Ministers; while the press ceased to be free, and the publication of newspapers was suspended and their issues seized and destroyed; the officers and men taken prisoners in the battles were allowed to remain in captivity by the refusal of the Government to consent to an exchange of prisoners; as they had left their dead on more than one field of battle that had witnessed their defeat, to be buried and their wounded to be cared for by southern hands."

The eleventh paragraph of the Cherokee declaration is a fairly concise summary of their grievances against the political powers now presiding over a new U. S. Government:

"Whatever causes the Cherokee people may have had in the past to complain of some of the southern states, they cannot but feel that their interests and destiny are inseparably connected to those of the south. The war now waging is a war of Northern cupidity and fanaticism against the institution of African servitude; against the commercial freedom of the south, and against the political freedom of the states, and its objects are to annihilate the sovereignty of those states and utterly change the nature of the general government."

The Cherokees felt they had been faithful and loyal to their treaties with the United States, but now perceived that the relationship was not reciprocal and that their very existence as a people was threatened. They had also witnessed the recent exploitation of the properties and rights of Indian tribes in Kansas, Nebraska, and Oregon, and feared that they, too, might soon become victims of Northern rapacity. Therefore, they were compelled to abrogate those treaties in defense of their people, lands, and rights. They felt the Union had already made war on them by their actions.

Finally, appealing to their inalienable right to self-defense and self-determination as a free people, they concluded their declaration with the following words:

"Obeying the dictates of prudence and providing for the general safety and welfare, confident of the rectitude of their intentions and true to their obligations to duty and honor, they accept the issue thus forced upon them, unite their fortunes now and forever with the Confederate States, and take up arms for the common cause, and with entire confidence of the justice of that cause and with a firm reliance upon Divine Providence, will resolutely abide the consequences.

The Cherokees were true to their words. The last shot fired in the war east of the Mississippi was May 6, 1865. This was in an engagement at White Sulphur Springs, near Waynesville, North Carolina, of part of Thomas’ Legion against Kirk’s infamous Union raiders that had wreaked a murderous terrorism and destruction on the civilian population of Western North Carolina. Col. William H. Thomas’ Legion was originally predominantly Cherokee, but had also accrued a large number of North Carolina mountain men. On June 23, 1865, in what was the last land battle of the war, Confederate Brigadier General and Cherokee Chief, Stand Watie, finally surrendered his predominantly Cherokee, Oklahoma Indian force to the Union.

The issues as the Cherokees saw them were 1) self-defense against Northern aggression, both for themselves and their fellow Confederates, 2) the right of self-determination by a free people, 3) protection of their heritage, 4) preservation of their political rights under a constitutional government of law 5) a strong desire to retain the principles of limited government and decentralized power guaranteed by the Constitution, 6) protection of their economic rights and welfare, 7) dismay at the despotism of the party and leaders now in command of the U. S. Government, 8) dismay at the ruthless disregard of commonly accepted rules of warfare by the Union, especially their treatment of civilians and non-combatants, 9) a fear of economic exploitation by corrupt politicians and their supporters based on observed past experience, and 10) alarm at the self-righteous and extreme, punitive, and vengeful pronouncements on the slavery issue voiced by the radical abolitionists and supported by many Northern politicians, journalists, social, and religious (mostly Unitarian) leaders. It should be noted here that some of the Cherokees owned slaves, but the practice was not extensive.

The Cherokee Declaration of October 1861 uncovers a far more complex set of "Civil War" issues than most Americans have been taught. Rediscovered truth is not always welcome. Indeed some of the issues here are so distressing that the general academic, media, and public reaction is to rebury them or shout them down as politically incorrect.

The notion that slavery was the only real or even principal cause of the war is very politically correct and widely held, but historically ignorant. It has served, however, as a convenient ex post facto justification for the war and its conduct. Slavery was an issue, and it was related to many other issues, but it was by no means the only issue, or even the most important underlying issue. It was not even an issue in the way most people think of it. Only about 25% of Southern households owned slaves. For most people, North and South, the slavery issue was not so much whether to keep it or not, but how to phase it out without causing economic and social disruption and disaster. Unfortunately the Southern and Cherokee fear of the radical abolitionists turned out to be well founded.

After the Reconstruction Act was passed in 1867 the radical abolitionists and radical Republicans were able to issue in a shameful era of politically punitive and economically exploitive oppression in the South, the results of which lasted many years, and even today are not yet completely erased.

The Cherokee were and are a remarkable people who have impacted the American heritage far beyond their numbers. We can be especially grateful that they made a well thought out and articulate declaration for supporting and joining the Confederate cause in 1861.


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RE: lincoln - 2/1/2013 1:53:50 PM   
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Who printed it? The Acme Bookbinding Company of China


How did you know the book came from The Acme in China??

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RE: lincoln - 2/1/2013 5:32:10 PM   
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The remark I made was a response made by an individual who knows far less than what he actually does. You my chunky little friend stepped in and attacked me. To top it off you wanted me to apologize to you after you called me a moron I could say how typical of you and your culture but I won't . Lets just drop this but if you want to continue this I will be happy to feed what I can only imagine your moth ball cabbage thinking wee little spec of a brain you might actually have.
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So now I'm a moron and a babbler says pudding pants. Wow you really know your place here don't ya? Well played...
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ORIGINAL: warspite1


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ORIGINAL: rogo727

I can't make it out... You know us Americans only see what we want too. I don't have a PHD in BS like most people on here. Maybe the great Oz err wodin can step in... Or maybe her sister waspit.
warspite1

You really are a moron aren't you rogo727??

So now you've gone from insulting - for no reason - the English/British (you probably don't know the difference) to "Most people on here". Well I've never done a count but while I suspect the majority are American, there are plenty of other nationalities here too, so you are covering all the bases nicely in your scattergun approach to being insulting.

Then there's the paranoid "You know us Americans only see what we want too". What the %^&* does that mean??? Oh and of course the, by now de rigueur, hilarious take on my login name. How long did it take for you to think of waspit? Did you get help from parusski? Hilarious...

You babbled on in post 87 "Not worth the time or effort in responses anymore."
And then droned on in post 110 "Peace. I'm out."

Let's hope you mean it this time and you stop embarrassing yourself further.

OR you could do what you should have done at the start, simply apologise and stop digging yourself further into trouble with your incoherent waffle.....


warspite1

Good grief.... he's back again...... and still talking sloblocks....

bozo727 (wow! making fun of other forum members sign-in names is really witty and sooo clever isn't it ).

Well played? Know my place? - you just can't help yourself can you?

Listen bozo, you made an unwarranted comment, refused to back down (but instead actually decided to widen your insult net further). Why? All because someone said something you didn't agree with, and that person happened to be English. Just grow up, accept that that was not an appropriate response and move on.... How old are you for goodness sake?

Yours sincerely

Mr P. Pants



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RE: lincoln - 2/1/2013 5:37:47 PM   
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The remark I made was a response made by an individual who knows far less than what he actually does. You my chunky little friend stepped in and attacked me. To top it off you wanted me to apologize to you after you called me a moron I could say how typical of you and your culture but I won't . Lets just drop this but if you want to continue this I will be happy to feed what I can only imagine your moth ball cabbage thinking wee little spec of a brain you might actually have.
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ORIGINAL: rogo727

So now I'm a moron and a babbler says pudding pants. Wow you really know your place here don't ya? Well played...
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ORIGINAL: warspite1


quote:

ORIGINAL: rogo727

I can't make it out... You know us Americans only see what we want too. I don't have a PHD in BS like most people on here. Maybe the great Oz err wodin can step in... Or maybe her sister waspit.
warspite1

You really are a moron aren't you rogo727??

So now you've gone from insulting - for no reason - the English/British (you probably don't know the difference) to "Most people on here". Well I've never done a count but while I suspect the majority are American, there are plenty of other nationalities here too, so you are covering all the bases nicely in your scattergun approach to being insulting.

Then there's the paranoid "You know us Americans only see what we want too". What the %^&* does that mean??? Oh and of course the, by now de rigueur, hilarious take on my login name. How long did it take for you to think of waspit? Did you get help from parusski? Hilarious...

You babbled on in post 87 "Not worth the time or effort in responses anymore."
And then droned on in post 110 "Peace. I'm out."

Let's hope you mean it this time and you stop embarrassing yourself further.

OR you could do what you should have done at the start, simply apologise and stop digging yourself further into trouble with your incoherent waffle.....


warspite1

Good grief.... he's back again...... and still talking sloblocks....

bozo727 (wow! making fun of other forum members sign-in names is really witty and sooo clever isn't it ).

Well played? Know my place? - you just can't help yourself can you?

Listen bozo, you made an unwarranted comment, refused to back down (but instead actually decided to widen your insult net further). Why? All because someone said something you didn't agree with, and that person happened to be English. Just grow up, accept that that was not an appropriate response and move on.... How old are you for goodness sake?

Yours sincerely

Mr P. Pants






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RE: lincoln - 2/1/2013 5:42:04 PM   
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I will delete my account tonight and won't ever post anymore. You win. Goodbye to the friends I had on here.

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RE: lincoln - 2/1/2013 6:19:40 PM   
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ORIGINAL: rogo727

I will delete my account tonight and won't ever post anymore. You win. Goodbye to the friends I had on here.


Oh no you won't. I do not allow people to surrender or jump ship. You shall stay put mister!!!

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RE: lincoln - 2/1/2013 6:33:33 PM   
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The remark I made was a response made by an individual who knows far less than what he actually does. You my chunky little friend stepped in and attacked me. To top it off you wanted me to apologize to you after you called me a moron I could say how typical of you and your culture but I won't . Lets just drop this but if you want to continue this I will be happy to feed what I can only imagine your moth ball cabbage thinking wee little spec of a brain you might actually have.
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ORIGINAL: rogo727

So now I'm a moron and a babbler says pudding pants. Wow you really know your place here don't ya? Well played...
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ORIGINAL: rogo727

I can't make it out... You know us Americans only see what we want too. I don't have a PHD in BS like most people on here. Maybe the great Oz err wodin can step in... Or maybe her sister waspit.
warspite1

You really are a moron aren't you rogo727??

So now you've gone from insulting - for no reason - the English/British (you probably don't know the difference) to "Most people on here". Well I've never done a count but while I suspect the majority are American, there are plenty of other nationalities here too, so you are covering all the bases nicely in your scattergun approach to being insulting.

Then there's the paranoid "You know us Americans only see what we want too". What the %^&* does that mean??? Oh and of course the, by now de rigueur, hilarious take on my login name. How long did it take for you to think of waspit? Did you get help from parusski? Hilarious...

You babbled on in post 87 "Not worth the time or effort in responses anymore."
And then droned on in post 110 "Peace. I'm out."

Let's hope you mean it this time and you stop embarrassing yourself further.

OR you could do what you should have done at the start, simply apologise and stop digging yourself further into trouble with your incoherent waffle.....


warspite1

Good grief.... he's back again...... and still talking sloblocks....

bozo727 (wow! making fun of other forum members sign-in names is really witty and sooo clever isn't it ).

Well played? Know my place? - you just can't help yourself can you?

Listen bozo, you made an unwarranted comment, refused to back down (but instead actually decided to widen your insult net further). Why? All because someone said something you didn't agree with, and that person happened to be English. Just grow up, accept that that was not an appropriate response and move on.... How old are you for goodness sake?

Yours sincerely

Mr P. Pants


warspite1

This is tedious....

"...by an individual who knows far less than what he actually does"

Read this back to yourself.....oh dear....

"You my chunky little friend stepped in and attacked me."

Please re-read your post 70. You made a totally unnecessary remark about the English just because you disagreed with wodin's point of view. A simple " Yeah sorry, my response was not meant to come across as an attack against English people generally" would have been suffice to nip all the subsequent nonsense in the bud.

However, in your infinite wisdom you chose to come up with "......I say it again...you English .... "

So clearly you have a beef with English people...just because they are English - how very silly of you.

"I will be happy to feed what I can only imagine your moth ball cabbage thinking wee little spec of a brain you might actually have."

Once again, I would urge you to re-read. I am sure there is a logical sentence in there waiting to get out.

Now, as you called me Mr Pudding Pants, I will see your Pudding Pants and raise the stakes with....Mr Poopy Pants. Take that sir!

Yours sincerely

Mr P Pants.

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RE: lincoln - 2/1/2013 6:35:14 PM   
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Rogo..you have an issue with me obviously..can't think why..you called me out on something I said..so I told you actually where the native Americans originate from and how they got there (Ice Age..Ice Sheets a boat and ropes is the latest theory)..yet you still haven't given me your side of where they came from which obviously shows up DNA testing and the latest archeology., so as you can imagine I'm very interested in what you have to say...so I'm confused.

Also you can't delete your account..believe me I've tried doing it myself..and Matrix wont either.

Why you feel you have to leave I've no idea..instead of backing up your opinion in a civilised way and maybe even saying sorry for being rude.

Finally how can someone know far less than he actually does? Trying to make sense of that. Do you mean I think I know more than I actually do? OK thats your opinion..but you still haven't said where the Native American came from....

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RE: lincoln - 2/1/2013 6:37:08 PM   
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Really? You cannot delete your account?

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RE: lincoln - 2/1/2013 6:42:59 PM   
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ORIGINAL: parusski

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Who printed it? The Acme Bookbinding Company of China


How did you know the book came from The Acme in China??
warspite1

Well, it could be the fragrant smell of soy sauce, deeply ingrained in the book, gives a strong hint as to where the tome originates. But actually my spiddy senses are alerting me to the fact that it says, clearly printed on the book cover:

Printed in China by the The Acme Bookbinding Company of China...... dumbass

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RE: lincoln - 2/1/2013 7:00:03 PM   
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ORIGINAL: warspite1


quote:

ORIGINAL: parusski

quote:

Who printed it? The Acme Bookbinding Company of China


How did you know the book came from The Acme in China??
warspite1

Well, it could be the fragrant smell of soy sauce, deeply ingrained in the book, gives a strong hint as to where the tome originates. But actually my spiddy senses are alerting me to the fact that it says, clearly printed on the book cover:

Printed in China by the The Acme Bookbinding Company of China...... dumbass


Not so sure now. I just finished an essay Ambrose wrote, English Citizens are Dumbasses, in which he points out how you people failed to see the right-wing conspiracy faking his death.

DUMBASS MORE.

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RE: lincoln - 2/1/2013 7:04:12 PM   
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ORIGINAL: parusski

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ORIGINAL: warspite1


quote:

ORIGINAL: parusski

quote:

Who printed it? The Acme Bookbinding Company of China


How did you know the book came from The Acme in China??
warspite1

Well, it could be the fragrant smell of soy sauce, deeply ingrained in the book, gives a strong hint as to where the tome originates. But actually my spiddy senses are alerting me to the fact that it says, clearly printed on the book cover:

Printed in China by the The Acme Bookbinding Company of China...... dumbass


Not so sure now. I just finished an essay Ambrose wrote, English Citizens are Dumbasses, in which he points out how you people failed to see the right-wing conspiracy faking his death.

DUMBASS MORE.
warspite1

No. You. Didn't.........dumbass.

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RE: lincoln - 2/1/2013 7:07:23 PM   
parusski


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ORIGINAL: warspite1


quote:

ORIGINAL: parusski

quote:

ORIGINAL: warspite1


quote:

ORIGINAL: parusski

quote:

Who printed it? The Acme Bookbinding Company of China


How did you know the book came from The Acme in China??
warspite1

Well, it could be the fragrant smell of soy sauce, deeply ingrained in the book, gives a strong hint as to where the tome originates. But actually my spiddy senses are alerting me to the fact that it says, clearly printed on the book cover:

Printed in China by the The Acme Bookbinding Company of China...... dumbass


Not so sure now. I just finished an essay Ambrose wrote, English Citizens are Dumbasses, in which he points out how you people failed to see the right-wing conspiracy faking his death.

DUMBASS MORE.
warspite1

No. You. Didn't.........dumbass.


Yes. I. Most. Certaintly. Did. And. You. Full. Well. Know. I. Did. You. Are. In. Denial. Too. Much. BPB!

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RE: lincoln - 2/1/2013 7:11:37 PM   
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ORIGINAL: warspite1


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ORIGINAL: parusski

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ORIGINAL: warspite1


quote:

ORIGINAL: parusski

quote:

Who printed it? The Acme Bookbinding Company of China


How did you know the book came from The Acme in China??
warspite1

Well, it could be the fragrant smell of soy sauce, deeply ingrained in the book, gives a strong hint as to where the tome originates. But actually my spiddy senses are alerting me to the fact that it says, clearly printed on the book cover:

Printed in China by the The Acme Bookbinding Company of China...... dumbass


Not so sure now. I just finished an essay Ambrose wrote, English Citizens are Dumbasses, in which he points out how you people failed to see the right-wing conspiracy faking his death.

DUMBASS MORE.
warspite1

No. You. Didn't.........dumbass.


Yes. I. Most. Certaintly. Did. And. You. Full. Well. Know. I. Did. You. Are. In. Denial. Too. Much. BPB!
warspite1

Read the clues dumbass. The essay is written in Chinese for $%^&* sake! They forgot to translate their forgery before selling it at the dumbass bookstore, No.3 High Street, Wyoming

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RE: lincoln - 2/1/2013 7:16:18 PM   
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ORIGINAL: parusski


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ORIGINAL: warspite1


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ORIGINAL: parusski

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ORIGINAL: warspite1


quote:

ORIGINAL: parusski

quote:

Who printed it? The Acme Bookbinding Company of China


How did you know the book came from The Acme in China??
warspite1

Well, it could be the fragrant smell of soy sauce, deeply ingrained in the book, gives a strong hint as to where the tome originates. But actually my spiddy senses are alerting me to the fact that it says, clearly printed on the book cover:

Printed in China by the The Acme Bookbinding Company of China...... dumbass


Not so sure now. I just finished an essay Ambrose wrote, English Citizens are Dumbasses, in which he points out how you people failed to see the right-wing conspiracy faking his death.

DUMBASS MORE.
warspite1

No. You. Didn't.........dumbass.


Yes. I. Most. Certaintly. Did. And. You. Full. Well. Know. I. Did. You. Are. In. Denial. Too. Much. BPB!
warspite1

Read the clues dumbass. The essay is written in Chinese for $%^&* sake! They forgot to translate their forgery before selling it at the dumbass bookstore, No.3 High Street, Wyoming


That is where you are wrong. It is written in Ebonics.

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RE: lincoln - 2/1/2013 7:22:46 PM   
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ilovestrategy...No you can obviously not post any more..I've asked a couple of times over the years due to one thing or another..they always say just leave it for abit that they can't delete your accoun as such.

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RE: lincoln - 2/1/2013 7:29:14 PM   
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ilovestrategy...No you can obviously not post any more..I've asked a couple of times over the years due to one thing or another..they always say just leave it for abit that they can't delete your accoun as such.


And I do not recall you asking my permission to post here.

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