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October 8, 2010 by Tracy Givens on JoeUser Forums
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October 8, 2010 by Tracy Givens on JoeUser Forums
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October 7, 2010 by kingbee on Al-Fahryd-i-Nhumon
as do all other self-hating fags. heterosexuals simply don't feel strongly enough about non-heterosexuals to approach anything close to hatred. it takes a lot to laugh, it takes a train to cry and it takes one to know and hate about others those things one hates most about oneself.  
EastAsia is our friend and ally.  Oceana is our enemy.  Oh, wait... For the past few months, I've been looking around for a replacement for my tiny little wonderful Creative Zen Nano (MP3, voice recorder, FM + recorder, storage, AAA).  I've had two of them now for several years, and they're seen Yeoman service, going with me for regular workouts at Ballys, occasionally getting drenched in the jacuzzi when I forget to remove the device from my keys pouch.  The only weakness...
It sounded so very hopeful, and I heard it on KPFK's "Digital Village," a good source in general for what's hot in the digital memesphere.  Perhaps in response to the Progressive X-Prise for the first production car to excede 100mpg, the feds have launched a whole slew of challenges in all kinds of areas, with prizes and publicity to entice people to think of new solutions. One of these challenges immediately attracted my attention:   the Bright Tomorrow Lighting Prize  ht...
August 19, 2010 by Leauki on The Leauki Empire
I have tried to come to a conclusion for myself, whether I should oppose or support the building of a mosque not far from Ground Zero, and whether I should even have an opinion; but I couldn't figure it out. I still don't have an opinion (other than that building the mosque would be legal and must not be opposed violently). But I thought it would be interesting to weigh in three opinions; two by friends of mine, a gay Christian Palestinian who grew up in an Arab country and now lives in the d...
I am amazed at the alacrity with which President Barack Hussein Obama wades into controversies, stirs up debate and quietly retreats as if everything is back to normal. The mosque at Ground Zero, the site where the Twin Towers stood until that fateful day in September, is not one which is covered by the First Ammendment. The context in which freedom of religion was established in the US constitution was one that was esentially set within the limits of Christian sectarian and doctrinal divisions ...
August 5, 2010 by hgfds1 on hgfds
Clothes are extremely important to us, because as humans we like to cover up and express ourselves. Clothes are not just a way to cover ourselves up anymore, they are in fact a way to express ourselves and display our originality. Womens clothes are really interesting and decorative. Women wear all sorts of wonderful things, and one of the best things to wear are dresses. Dresses are amazing because not only do they look splendid but they are easy to wear and extremely comfortable if you let the...
August 4, 2010 by BoobzTwo on We the People - Revisited
        We only have 2 political parties in America which limits our choices, don’t you think? Republican (conservative) and Democrat (liberal) are the only options. I would need a whole article on those that think they are in the middle. We all have to work within this restraint as best we can. For the life of me though, I cannot think of any bastion in the Democrat Party at all, that I could work with. I do not like their destructive political practices...
August 3, 2010 by BoobzTwo on We the People - Revisited
        Well it is closing on election time and this is going to be one grand time indeed. Cries of ‘racism’, ‘It’s Bushes Fault’ and ‘It’s For the Children’ will start coming out of the woodwork. They already have in fact. But what seems to be the norm and worse around election time is that too much high octane camouflage is being spewed by all involved and the real problems and their root causes are all but forg...
August 3, 2010 by BoobzTwo on We the People - Revisited
           I have been harangued for being a Republican Party hack on almost every article I have written, for what purpose I know not. As I see it, there is a right side, a left side and the middle. Don’t you have to pick one? But I place all three groups on the left side of the scale at present in the degrees one would expect.  I did not abandon the Republican Party; they abandoned me when they decided to use the Democrat Party play ...
July 28, 2010 by BoobzTwo on We the People - Revisited
          How can you blame a Progressive Liberal for acting well, like Progressive Liberals? I finally figured it out though, Liberals I mean. That is no simple task because you cannot use actual facts in this endeavor. The idea came to me when I was trying to talk to a child about global warming. When I was done, I was asked what we were going to do to save the polar bears we were killing. Then I remembered a conversation I had with my Mother o...
June 17, 2010 by terpfan1980 on My world
Something that had popped up in the news in the last few days was a note saying that thanks to Arizona's new "tougher" "anti-immigrant" laws many people that might feel some sympathy towards immigrants, including children of immigrants and/or legal immigrants, have been leaving Arizona and taking their families elsewhere. I have to snicker about this as I'm struck by just how much easier the law enforcement and immigration enforcement officers jobs will become thanks to this immigrant flight....
June 16, 2010 by terpfan1980 on My world
Interesting article in recent news, somewhat local to the Washington, DC area but really worth discussing on a national stage since it seems that the laws on the issue vary from state to state. Traffic stop video on YouTube sparks debate on police use of Md. wiretap laws The quick summary of the story, a guy on a motorcycle is stopped by the police for speeding and reckless riding.  He had a habit of wearing a helmet camera and recording his adventures so the camera caught the interac...