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  • outwithlibs outwithlibs Oct 14, 2009 11:55 PM Flag

    The Latest Liberal Thing.....

     

    I guess the latest Liberal thing is to drink their own pee.

    What????

    Why in the hell would they do that? Doesn't make sense to me.

    But then I am not a Liberal.

    Guess I’ll never understand.

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    • The comprehension of "arm's length" seems to escape you as easily as voters from the GOP...

    • <<<I like to give people the benifit>>>


      What the hell is a "benifit" that you like to give people?

    • <<<Alright, you are obviously a screwball..... but I think I now have a pretty good perspective on you. Good bye>>>



      That's the reply I would have used if I couldn't come up with an answer.

      I do think Jihad Johnny is better at "the cut and run" than you are though.

    • Alright, you are obviously a screwball. I was taking you seriously for a while, because I like to give people the benifit, but I think I now have a pretty good perspective on you. Good bye.

    • << Im suprised someone who was in the business of selling school supplies never came across one>>


      Hmmmmm, couldn't find a link on Google, eh? Didn't think so. As I said you make it up as you go along.

      In your defense however, your story stays much consistent than our other 48 year old multi-millionaire that retired from the work force. Must be something about the magnetic properties of aluminum that attracts so many young unemployed wealthy people to AA.

    • Well ok, perhaps I was a bit irresponsible to put the doctor to make those calls, when I had a pretty good idea I wouldent be able to keep the appointment, but I though once I had the number of the specialist I could always hope there was a cancelation. The point was, had I led a more traditional life, living in one place, I would have been in to see that specialist for a minor ear thing in less than 60 days. As for the geometry kit, it is a small, usually plastic box that has a compass, protractor, some angles, a ruler, maybe a little pencil, and all school kids and amature archetects have one. Im suprised someone who was in the business of selling school supplies never came across one.

    • <<My ear cleared up by itself, thanks, so I cancelled the appointment. As for a geometry kit, thats the selection of tools one uses for working with geometric figures>>


      My point seems to be, you make stuff up as you go. I've sold teaching aids, drafting machines and supplies, etc, for almost 40 years. In that time I have never seen "a selection of tools" that are called a "geometry kit". I've sold protractors and compasses and angles and scales and curves but never seen one in a set called a "geometry kit". Perhaps you could Google me a link to one of these. In addition your original post stated you were going to draw a radius with your protractor which you changed in a subsequent post to drawing a radius with a compass. Neither would be correct; you would draw a circle with a compass in which you could measure the radius. Perhaps you need to bone up on your "geometry skills" before setting yourself up as an authority and go around challenging or correcting other people.

      Glad your ear is better and you didn't have to make that expensive plane trip back to Canada for your free health care appointment. Still I wonder why you let the doctor make your appointment in October when you knew you were going to be in your home in Panama.

    • My ear cleared up by itself, thanks, so I cancelled the appointment. As for a geometry kit, thats the selection of tools one uses for working with geometric figures.

    • My ear actually cleared up on its own, so I cancelled the appointment.

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