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questor_2001 9 posts  |  Last Activity: Jun 18, 2016 4:10 PM Member since: Jul 7, 2000
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  • questor_2001 questor_2001 Jun 18, 2016 4:10 PM Flag

    You think that mocking gofg makes your support for Muslim murder ok? Fool.

    Muslims are told by the Koran that lying to infidels is ok and nothing in the news makes me think that the majority of Muslims are against the extremists; they merely are not participants.

    When the mainstream moms and pops of Islam (not some wondrous "imam" who preaches to a devout 14) start calling out the thugs AS thugs, then we'll make progress, and until then it's not up to us to make excuses for them (it's a corruption of the true peaceful religion - lol) and to make it as uncomfortable as possible to coerce their unwilling opposition to jihad.

    Not fair? Too bad. War is not fair.

    I may need to post this again. Yahoo decided to remove the post from a half-hour ago.

    What a shock. They think that being last to be eaten is the same as winning.

  • questor_2001 questor_2001 Jun 17, 2016 9:46 PM Flag

    I hate to pick, as it's mostly debka_pedafile who gets into the spellingNazi mode, but vermowitz' "being that" sets my teeth on edge, as does "it's" as if it were possessive. "It's it's, if it is, otherwise it's its", is a good way to remember. Like hers, not her's. BTW it's "death throes" you meant: the thrashing around of someone (or something) dying. Thought you'd like to know.

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    Let's CRUSH the Deniers

    by pilodialcyst Jun 16, 2016 10:44 PM
    questor_2001 questor_2001 Jun 17, 2016 9:28 PM Flag

    "It ain't what you don’t know that gets you into trouble.
    It's what you know for sure that just ain’t so."

    Mark Twain (1835 - 1910) American Author

    You may have been taught, but were not educated. Your knowledge of science is trivial, such as may be cut and pasted from blogs and other biased sources..

    Instead of nattering on about climate change, what can be done about it that does not make things worse for humans? Do you have even the faintest idea? Whining Luddite.

  • Reply to

    Let's CRUSH the Deniers

    by pilodialcyst Jun 16, 2016 10:44 PM
    questor_2001 questor_2001 Jun 16, 2016 11:35 PM Flag

    I can't imagine who you think is left that would constitute "Let's" [Let us[ Who do you think is not aware that what you are trying to talk about is code for living in the dark of a cave off nuts and berries?

    The planet has gone through a dozen cycles of warming and cooling, and you have not a scintilla of evidence that such warming as may be occurring would not be happening if there were only sea creatures (as the first few cycles affected). Why not get off your duff and present an idea about retaining the quality of life the West has enabled, when as and if the sea rises? Will your plan enable surviving the next ice age, or will you again complain about humanity as if we were a blight, or as Mr. Smith says in The Matrix, a virus?

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    re Sarah Palin

    by carsonogenik Jun 15, 2016 8:00 PM
    questor_2001 questor_2001 Jun 16, 2016 11:17 PM Flag

    You're pretty pompous, calling your rodomontade a deconstruction, when it was little more than a thinly veiled screed/rant.

    As for unforced errors, she never claimed the Boston police were biased as Obama did, and there are dozens of other occasions for his misconstruction and arbitrary interference with law and good government, so it's clear your bias prevents your taking the philosophical high ground.

    Moderate Bill Clinton got moderated by Congress. Immoderate, far left Obama did not, and only some sense of proportion kept him from achieving his conceit of transformation. If you don't know what 'far left' means, it's because you think left is center, just like so many newspaper editors.

    "..a national embarrassment." Screed/rant, wot? Certainly not "deconstruction" by any stretch.

    deal with Iran strictly prohibits Iran from developing nuclear weapons, and subjects Iran's reactors to constant examination. No it does not. You made that up.

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    re Sarah Palin

    by carsonogenik Jun 15, 2016 8:00 PM
    questor_2001 questor_2001 Jun 16, 2016 11:04 PM Flag

    Only in the US would that moron be considered a serious political contender.

    I normally avoid argument of "tu quoque", but inasmuch as we've just put up with more than seven years of a moron who could not have shined the shoes of any one of the Constitution's signers, why not try a Conservative Constitutionalist who happens to be a woman (and a former governor)?

    As for gaffes, her most famous one is not even hers, and she never claimed a need to finish visiting the 57 states. Also, she arranged for tax refunds based on state energy success and provides a much needed outspoken criticism of big government. I wouldn't mind her at all at all.

  • questor_2001 questor_2001 Jun 2, 2016 1:16 PM Flag

    Did you think of that all by yourself? Perhaps you could symbolize it and submit it to the collection of algorithms that used to be maintained by att, where my six or eight are. LOL!

  • questor_2001 questor_2001 May 31, 2016 10:17 PM Flag

    All other things aside, Trump has so far to be accountable for his personal actions, and his statements, while Ms. Clinton has to be accountable for her official actions and (mis)behaviors. There is no comparison, no equivalency to the rightful expectation of accountability. Clinton betrayed us her public trust, and should go to the NY prison that already has her name.

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    The science isn't settled.

    by garlands_of_garlic May 31, 2016 11:18 AM
    questor_2001 questor_2001 May 31, 2016 10:03 PM Flag

    Aerosols cool climate by blocking sunlight. But they also serve as nuclei for condensation which leads to cloud formation. The question of the net effect of aerosols is one of the greater sources of uncertainty in climate science.

    ...and just the one your blog told you about. There's much more that is less than certain, and the science is not settled. As you reflect on the comment, you should realize that Al Gore (the real one, not the goat-boy) told us many years ago that the science was settled. Where was your lecture then?

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