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  posted on 12/17/2019 at 12:02 PM
American Nazis are probably more in number and more vicious now than they were in the 1930's. Disappeared for a few years after WW2 but resurfaced in 1960. They are all over the Southwest and Northwest. Arizona is infested - Oregon, Washington, Idaho. Might not be visible in Paramus.

There are none so blind as those who will nazi . . .

http://www.nsm88.org/ "NSM" stands for National Socialist Movement, not "Nazi Scum Matter".

http://www.americannaziparty.com/

Pretty sure there have been a few around here on WP.

 

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  posted on 12/17/2019 at 01:29 PM
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American Nazis are probably more in number and more vicious now than they were in the 1930's. Disappeared for a few years after WW2 but resurfaced in 1960. They are all over the Southwest and Northwest. Arizona is infested - Oregon, Washington, Idaho. Might not be visible in Paramus.

There are none so blind as those who will nazi . . .

http://www.nsm88.org/ "NSM" stands for National Socialist Movement, not "Nazi Scum Matter".

http://www.americannaziparty.com/

Pretty sure there have been a few around here on WP.


I think there are a few on here now, but they can't make up their minds if they are Nazis or communists.

For lukester420, my grandfather was born in 1855. His dad, uncles, and older brothers joined the 3rd Ga. Cavalry in 1863 when Union troops were invading the southern states and the Anaconda Plan of Lincoln was taking it's toll.
None owned slaves, families with as many as 17 children (my Dad, born 1917, was #17 of his brood) was the labor force and worked in rotation with each others' farms.
A couple didn't return. One died at Camp Douglas where the bodies were for a while either given to the med school for dissection, or just dropped in the lake.
There is a memorial in CHICAGO over the mound where around 6,000 Confederate dead are entombed, but only 4,200 names are depicted on the plaques.
It was paid for by donations from citizens of Chicago and lodges of SCV chapters.

https://graveyards.com/IL/Cook/oakwoods/confederate.html

So pardon me if I take it personal about the Confederate remembrance monuments.

Also, my 3rd cousin is buried in the Confederate cemetery in Rose Hill, about 200 feet from Duane and Berry.

 

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  posted on 12/17/2019 at 02:11 PM
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American Nazis are probably more in number and more vicious now than they were in the 1930's. Disappeared for a few years after WW2 but resurfaced in 1960. They are all over the Southwest and Northwest. Arizona is infested - Oregon, Washington, Idaho. Might not be visible in Paramus.

There are none so blind as those who will nazi . . .

http://www.nsm88.org/ "NSM" stands for National Socialist Movement, not "Nazi Scum Matter".

http://www.americannaziparty.com/

Pretty sure there have been a few around here on WP.


I think there are a few on here now, but they can't make up their minds if they are Nazis or communists.

For lukester420, my grandfather was born in 1855. His dad, uncles, and older brothers joined the 3rd Ga. Cavalry in 1863 when Union troops were invading the southern states and the Anaconda Plan of Lincoln was taking it's toll.
None owned slaves, families with as many as 17 children (my Dad, born 1917, was #17 of his brood) was the labor force and worked in rotation with each others' farms.
A couple didn't return. One died at Camp Douglas where the bodies were for a while either given to the med school for dissection, or just dropped in the lake.
There is a memorial in CHICAGO over the mound where around 6,000 Confederate dead are entombed, but only 4,200 names are depicted on the plaques.
It was paid for by donations from citizens of Chicago and lodges of SCV chapters.

https://graveyards.com/IL/Cook/oakwoods/confederate.html

So pardon me if I take it personal about the Confederate remembrance monuments.

Also, my 3rd cousin is buried in the Confederate cemetery in Rose Hill, about 200 feet from Duane and Berry.


A cemetery is a good place for a monument to the memory of the deceased, not in front of a courthouse or a middle school.

 

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American Nazis are probably more in number and more vicious now than they were in the 1930's. Disappeared for a few years after WW2 but resurfaced in 1960. They are all over the Southwest and Northwest. Arizona is infested - Oregon, Washington, Idaho. Might not be visible in Paramus.

There are none so blind as those who will nazi . . .

http://www.nsm88.org/ "NSM" stands for National Socialist Movement, not "Nazi Scum Matter".

http://www.americannaziparty.com/

Pretty sure there have been a few around here on WP.


I think there are a few on here now, but they can't make up their minds if they are Nazis or communists.

For lukester420, my grandfather was born in 1855. His dad, uncles, and older brothers joined the 3rd Ga. Cavalry in 1863 when Union troops were invading the southern states and the Anaconda Plan of Lincoln was taking it's toll.
None owned slaves, families with as many as 17 children (my Dad, born 1917, was #17 of his brood) was the labor force and worked in rotation with each others' farms.
A couple didn't return. One died at Camp Douglas where the bodies were for a while either given to the med school for dissection, or just dropped in the lake.
There is a memorial in CHICAGO over the mound where around 6,000 Confederate dead are entombed, but only 4,200 names are depicted on the plaques.
It was paid for by donations from citizens of Chicago and lodges of SCV chapters.

https://graveyards.com/IL/Cook/oakwoods/confederate.html

So pardon me if I take it personal about the Confederate remembrance monuments.

Also, my 3rd cousin is buried in the Confederate cemetery in Rose Hill, about 200 feet from Duane and Berry.


A cemetery is a good place for a monument to the memory of the deceased, not in front of a courthouse or a middle school.

Not a bad point, but where do you put it when there are several cemeteries, with some being of separate faiths?
The one in Macon is in a small triangular park at the end of Cotton Ave. There are no government buildings anywhere close by. The old Capricorn Records office building is just up the street, and the music store where the Brothers bought supplies is across the street from it.
In small towns across the south when/if the bodies were returned, they were placed in family plots fairly close to the house.
Where would you put the memorials for those from the small towns?

 

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American Nazis are probably more in number and more vicious now than they were in the 1930's. Disappeared for a few years after WW2 but resurfaced in 1960. They are all over the Southwest and Northwest. Arizona is infested - Oregon, Washington, Idaho. Might not be visible in Paramus.

There are none so blind as those who will nazi . . .

http://www.nsm88.org/ "NSM" stands for National Socialist Movement, not "Nazi Scum Matter".

http://www.americannaziparty.com/

Pretty sure there have been a few around here on WP.


I think there are a few on here now, but they can't make up their minds if they are Nazis or communists.

For lukester420, my grandfather was born in 1855. His dad, uncles, and older brothers joined the 3rd Ga. Cavalry in 1863 when Union troops were invading the southern states and the Anaconda Plan of Lincoln was taking it's toll.
None owned slaves, families with as many as 17 children (my Dad, born 1917, was #17 of his brood) was the labor force and worked in rotation with each others' farms.
A couple didn't return. One died at Camp Douglas where the bodies were for a while either given to the med school for dissection, or just dropped in the lake.
There is a memorial in CHICAGO over the mound where around 6,000 Confederate dead are entombed, but only 4,200 names are depicted on the plaques.
It was paid for by donations from citizens of Chicago and lodges of SCV chapters.

https://graveyards.com/IL/Cook/oakwoods/confederate.html

So pardon me if I take it personal about the Confederate remembrance monuments.

Also, my 3rd cousin is buried in the Confederate cemetery in Rose Hill, about 200 feet from Duane and Berry.


A cemetery is a good place for a monument to the memory of the deceased, not in front of a courthouse or a middle school.

Not a bad point, but where do you put it when there are several cemeteries, with some being of separate faiths?
The one in Macon is in a small triangular park at the end of Cotton Ave. There are no government buildings anywhere close by. The old Capricorn Records office building is just up the street, and the music store where the Brothers bought supplies is across the street from it.
In small towns across the south when/if the bodies were returned, they were placed in family plots fairly close to the house.
Where would you put the memorials for those from the small towns?


Nowhere. Why memorialize a losing effort for an unjust cause. Get over it.

 

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  posted on 12/18/2019 at 09:28 AM
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1)"Racist"
2)"Bigot"
3)"Hate Speech"
4)"Playing the victim"
5)"Snowflake"

These euphemisms are perfect defense mechanisms for the "Liberal on the go"!

LOL


What a country - a Utah Jazz fan permanently banned from their gym for shouting racist epithets at Russell Westbrook earlier this season, is now suing the Jazz saying his Constitution rights were violated, nothing he shouted was off color etc etc

So thatís one of the downsides of free speech - trash like that - his lawsuit should be banished too

 

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What a country - a Utah Jazz fan permanently banned from their gym for shouting racist epithets at Russell Westbrook earlier this season, is now suing the Jazz saying his Constitution rights were violated, nothing he shouted was off color etc etc

So thatís one of the downsides of free speech - trash like that - his lawsuit should be banished too


Agreed. It's almost as if someone is winking to people that it's ok to say those things and behave that way.

 

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  posted on 12/18/2019 at 01:48 PM
Boy, Trump sure didn't like Nancy's "say a prayer" line. It's really really under his skin.
 

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  posted on 12/18/2019 at 06:29 PM
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Boy, Trump sure didn't like Nancy's "say a prayer" line. It's really really under his skin.

That's because Trump's a family man of morals & deep religious convictions.

Citing 'Two Corinthians,' Trump Struggles To Make The Sale To Evangelicals

https://www.npr.org/2016/01/18/463528847/citing-two-corinthians-trump-strug gles-to-make-the-sale-to-evangelicals

 

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  posted on 12/18/2019 at 08:54 PM
Article 1 and Article 2 passes 12/18/2019

He will forever be *Donald J Trump

 

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  posted on 12/18/2019 at 11:41 PM
**Most partisan impeachment of the three led by house democrats

[Edited on 12/19/2019 by OriginalGoober]

 

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  posted on 12/19/2019 at 09:10 AM
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**Most partisan impeachment of the three led by house democrats

[Edited on 12/19/2019 by OriginalGoober]



"Since we cannot defend the president's actions and we don't have the numbers to stop the impeachment resolutions, we can all stick together and knock it for not being bi-partisan."

Great obfuscation strategy... really helps the public be able to be an informed electorate.

 

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Trump again makes fun of deceased Americans to a crowd of applause, as retaliation against a widow for voting against him. Trump also announced in his new Uncle Sam meme (google it if you haven't seen it), that an attack on Trump is an attack on "You", because his values are your values. His behavior is what YOU really want. It's YOU that makes fun of dead honorable Americans. It's YOU who throws tantrums on Twitter all day. It's YOU who likes to sink low and treat people horribly, because that's who YOU are.

He's convinced the right to distrust the United States, and instead trust the Russians, Putin, and the Ukraine to find "the truth". When will they realize they have been brainwashed by a bad person? He's sold you poor folks that the divide and conquer strategy will work. The temptation was too much to resist, so you bought it. Meanwhile, it's all for his own benefit, and nothing else. In the end, by 2025, just like Manafort, Cohen, and all the rest, his supporters will be the ones who suffered and lost the most.



[Edited on 12/19/2019 by Skydog32103]

 

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  posted on 12/19/2019 at 12:07 PM
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**Most partisan impeachment of the three led by house democrats

[Edited on 12/19/2019 by OriginalGoober]



"Since we cannot defend the president's actions and we don't have the numbers to stop the impeachment resolutions, we can all stick together and knock it for not being bi-partisan."

Great obfuscation strategy... really helps the public be able to be an informed electorate.


Link to the quote please.

 

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American Nazis are probably more in number and more vicious now than they were in the 1930's. Disappeared for a few years after WW2 but resurfaced in 1960. They are all over the Southwest and Northwest. Arizona is infested - Oregon, Washington, Idaho. Might not be visible in Paramus.

There are none so blind as those who will nazi . . .

http://www.nsm88.org/ "NSM" stands for National Socialist Movement, not "Nazi Scum Matter".

http://www.americannaziparty.com/

Pretty sure there have been a few around here on WP.


I think there are a few on here now, but they can't make up their minds if they are Nazis or communists.

For lukester420, my grandfather was born in 1855. His dad, uncles, and older brothers joined the 3rd Ga. Cavalry in 1863 when Union troops were invading the southern states and the Anaconda Plan of Lincoln was taking it's toll.
None owned slaves, families with as many as 17 children (my Dad, born 1917, was #17 of his brood) was the labor force and worked in rotation with each others' farms.
A couple didn't return. One died at Camp Douglas where the bodies were for a while either given to the med school for dissection, or just dropped in the lake.
There is a memorial in CHICAGO over the mound where around 6,000 Confederate dead are entombed, but only 4,200 names are depicted on the plaques.
It was paid for by donations from citizens of Chicago and lodges of SCV chapters.

https://graveyards.com/IL/Cook/oakwoods/confederate.html

So pardon me if I take it personal about the Confederate remembrance monuments.

Also, my 3rd cousin is buried in the Confederate cemetery in Rose Hill, about 200 feet from Duane and Berry.


A cemetery is a good place for a monument to the memory of the deceased, not in front of a courthouse or a middle school.

Not a bad point, but where do you put it when there are several cemeteries, with some being of separate faiths?
The one in Macon is in a small triangular park at the end of Cotton Ave. There are no government buildings anywhere close by. The old Capricorn Records office building is just up the street, and the music store where the Brothers bought supplies is across the street from it.
In small towns across the south when/if the bodies were returned, they were placed in family plots fairly close to the house.
Where would you put the memorials for those from the small towns?


Nowhere. Why memorialize a losing effort for an unjust cause. Get over it.


What unjust cause are you talking about?

 

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  posted on 12/20/2019 at 08:25 AM
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**Most partisan impeachment of the three led by house democrats

[Edited on 12/19/2019 by OriginalGoober]



"Since we cannot defend the president's actions and we don't have the numbers to stop the impeachment resolutions, we can all stick together and knock it for not being bi-partisan."

Great obfuscation strategy... really helps the public be able to be an informed electorate.


Link to the quote please.


It is not an actual quote, Jerry. It is my summation of what the GOP is doing right now. Paraphrasing and summary must be hard for some on your side to follow... like when Schiff was accused of adding words to the phone call during the inquiry.


Also, I assume the "unjust cause" mentioned in the other post refers to treason and armed rebellion against the United States in order to preserve the practice of buying, selling, and raping human beings in order to profit off of the forced labor of them and their offspring. This too seems like it shouldn't need an explainer.

 

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**Most partisan impeachment of the three led by house democrats

[Edited on 12/19/2019 by OriginalGoober]



"Since we cannot defend the president's actions and we don't have the numbers to stop the impeachment resolutions, we can all stick together and knock it for not being bi-partisan."

Great obfuscation strategy... really helps the public be able to be an informed electorate.


Link to the quote please.


It is not an actual quote, Jerry. It is my summation of what the GOP is doing right now. Paraphrasing and summary must be hard for some on your side to follow... like when Schiff was accused of adding words to the phone call during the inquiry.


Also, I assume the "unjust cause" mentioned in the other post refers to treason and armed rebellion against the United States in order to preserve the practice of buying, selling, and raping human beings in order to profit off of the forced labor of them and their offspring. This too seems like it shouldn't need an explainer.


Some people just cant get the fist of the written. Word

 

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  posted on 12/20/2019 at 10:34 PM
You owe Jerry an apology. He is simply honoring his fallen ancestors. You want to accuse about unjust causes - our entire history has been an unjust cause, only redeemed by the liberty we earned through all our mistakes. We lose that liberty and our history is nothing but a sordid chain of crime - slavery was just one aspect. It was a big New World, we had to kill and steal to dig in. No American is clean.

Yankees weren't so wonderful either, for starters they slaughtered and corraled Native Americans (as did the South). Let's talk about slavery, was it really abolished? Working conditions during the Industrial Revolution and well into the 20th century were as bad as slavery. Possibly worse in that the workers were disposable, while slaves were a costly investment that required maintenance.

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Nowhere. Why memorialize a losing effort for an unjust cause.


How about the Vietnam War Memorial? Isn't that a monument to losers of an unjust cause? Of course not, it is remembrance of our brothers, fallen heroes. Whether or not Uncle Sam was totally f*ckedup makes no difference. Those guys fought for us. Generations carry grief, everyone gets their memorials.

Definition of presentism
: an attitude toward the past dominated by present-day attitudes and experiences.

Example of presentism in a sentence

Every critic today should beware of presentism: judging people from 50, 150, or 500 years ago based on 2017ís fragile sensitivities.
ó Deroy Murdock, National Review, "Monuments to Racist Democrats Should Enrage Leftist Mobs," 30 Aug. 2017


[Edited on 12/22/2019 by BrerRabbit]

 

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  posted on 12/21/2019 at 09:20 AM
Trump supporters are being victimized. He sold people on idealistic values that he knew he wouldn't be able to build, just so he could turn their hope into hostility towards the United States when they didn't come to fruition....hostility towards the FBI, our judges, our intelligence agencies, Democrats, liberals, McCain, Mueller, and the list goes on. This is what makes Trump and his supporters 100% unique in American history. No other politician has ever tried to turn his voters against his, and their, own country. Gonna be tough to explain supporting that in about 10-20 years. I'm glad I won't have to do that, and I'm glad I won't have to lie about myself.
 

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Trump supporters are being victimized. He sold people on idealistic values that he knew he wouldn't be able to build, just so he could turn their hope into hostility towards the United States when they didn't come to fruition....hostility towards the FBI, our judges, our intelligence agencies, Democrats, liberals, McCain, Mueller, and the list goes on. This is what makes Trump and his supporters 100% unique in American history. No other politician has ever tried to turn his voters against his, and their, own country. Gonna be tough to explain supporting that in about 10-20 years. I'm glad I won't have to do that, and I'm glad I won't have to lie about myself.


Well said....Perhaps most sad is his supporters are so stuck in their herd mentality that his con still holds sway over them. Ironic given his and by extension their mantra is "Make America Great Again" when in reality Trump and also by extension they are actually destroying America...

 

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. . . so he could turn their hope into hostility towards the United States when they didn't come to fruition....hostility towards the FBI, our judges, our intelligence agencies, Democrats, liberals, McCain, Mueller, and the list goes on. This is what makes Trump and his supporters 100% unique in American history.


Standard operating procedure for fascists. Notice how not one Redhat disagrees whenever I mention they are done with democracy and want this president for life, and Prince Baron for monarch after that? Of course most fascists will say they aren't fascist because they don't know what fascism is. Except that it happened in Germany and how dare anyone say it could happen here.

 

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I owe Jerry nothing. Vietnam memorials can be separated from Confederate monuments because Vietnam vets were serving their country (just cause or not) not taking up arms against it.

Yes agreed all us Americans have blood on hands from the past, everyone does. However, vehemently denying this blood and knowing our families did horrible things, why organize gatherings that will attract Hate groups and violence (see every protest about taking down a statue or flag).
You can honor your families memory on your own amongst your family and friends, donít hold up traffic and progress while demanding legislation to honor your familyís memory. Could it be that ďhonoring the memory of our confederate veteransĒ is just a convenient cover up for oneís true motives. Anyone who has Neo-Confederate hate groups showing up to support them should have the backbone or brains to realize they are representing hate not heritage period.



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  posted on 12/22/2019 at 11:21 AM
I was wondering when the liberal version of Muleman would show up. I may not agree with Jerry on some things, but he is civil and doesn't come around and belittle people.
 

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I was wondering when the liberal version of Muleman would show up. I may not agree with Jerry on some things, but he is civil and doesn't come around and belittle people.


True I have turned crass and crude, but like someone else said, we canít give peace a chance our way out of this muck, time to fight ignorance and vitriol with more stubborn bullheadedness and vitriol, maybe a poor disposition to have but meh civility has gotten us nowhere.
But seriously, screw Jerry and especially BIG P

 

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I was wondering when the liberal version of Muleman would show up. I may not agree with Jerry on some things, but he is civil and doesn't come around and belittle people.


True I have turned crass and crude, but like someone else said, we canít give peace a chance our way out of this muck, time to fight ignorance and vitriol with more stubborn bullheadedness and vitriol, maybe a poor disposition to have but meh civility has gotten us nowhere.
But seriously, screw Jerry and especially BIG P


I hardly see lukester as a liberal equal of muleturd.

Not even close.

I don't find him the least bit condescending, for one, and that was a muleturd specialty.

 

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