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Thread: The Chain Email Thread
05-12-2011, 09:49 PM #26Registered User
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Seriously, they all need to STHU. And republicans can certainly smarten up and quit with the chain letters.
05-12-2011, 09:58 PM #27Registered User
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The Walmart Shoppers chains are apparently really pictures taken around Walmarts, the creeps go crawling those shops, looking for people to shoot pictures of so they can be sent to this stupid site that's there to keep those forwards coming, lulzing at the expense of these people. I got that from this blog.
Good for you for telling the sender off.
05-13-2011, 12:07 AM #28
05-13-2011, 03:44 AM #29Registered User
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05-13-2011, 07:10 AM #30Panda Bear
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someone's lulz meter is broken.
05-13-2011, 07:27 AM #31
While MissCapri is 100% correct, she is cunting up my thread about crazy chain emails and thus should STFU.
Hey Capri, if you aren't really Jer, welcome!!
Now that you have successfully smashed all rightwing emails and gotten a leftie to agree with you, shift your focus to smashing these race baiting, money grabbing librodopes. THEY are the REAL enemy, not goofy emails.I've been to two state fairs and a goat fuck and never seen anything like this!!
05-13-2011, 08:18 AM #32
Thread extolling chain emails gets spam-botted. How ironic.
05-13-2011, 12:47 PM #33
GOT A NEW ONE TODAY!!!
This time it's a video....
I especially like the part where Obama MOCKS a guy with a big family.I've been to two state fairs and a goat fuck and never seen anything like this!!
05-13-2011, 02:51 PM #34gunit130 Guest
People with big families are only contributing to the devastating effects of global warming.
05-13-2011, 03:00 PM #35
The environmental movement is a very thin disguise for haters of western culture and freedom. Their entire agenda intends to destroy both. If you like western culture and freedom yet support environmentalism, you are a dupe for your own worst enemy.I've been to two state fairs and a goat fuck and never seen anything like this!!
05-13-2011, 04:23 PM #36
Did Glenn Beck Rape And Murder A Young Girl In 1990?
05-13-2011, 04:28 PM #37gunit130 Guest
05-18-2011, 04:55 PM #38
Got a good one today....
"Let's be clear on this: OBAMA did NOT kill Bin Laden. An American sailor, who Obama just a few weeks ago was debating on whether or not to PAY, did. In fact, if you remember a little less than two years ago, his administration actually charged and attempted to court marshall 3 Navy Seals from Seal Team Six, when a terrorist suspect they captured, complained they had punched him during the take down and bloodied his nose. His administration further commented how brutal they were. The left were calling them Nazi's and Baby Killers. Now all of a sudden the very brave men they vilified, are now heros when they make his administration look good in the eyes of the public. Obama just happened to be the one in office when the CIA finally found the b...... and our sailors took him out. Essentially, Obama only gave an answer. Yes or No, to him being taken out. This is NOT an Obama victory, but an AMERICAN victory!! Forward on IF YOU AGREE!!"
Col. USMC (Ret.)
I've been to two state fairs and a goat fuck and never seen anything like this!!
05-21-2011, 10:31 AM #39
Subject: Obama Hesitated - Panetta Issued Order to Kill Osama Bin Ladenhttp://baltimorejewishlife.com/news/...RTICLE_ID=5911
is an interesting article that I received today, via email, on
the subject of Who Issued The Orders To Kill Osama Bin Laden.
White House Insider: Obama Hesitated – Panetta Issued Order to
Kill Osama Bin Laden
by Ulsterman in Issues, May 3, 2011
"What Valerie Jarrett, and the president, did not know is that
Leon Panetta had already initiated a program that reported to him –and
only him, involving a covert on-the-ground attack against the
Note:This update comes some 24 hours after our longtime Washington
D.C. Insider first outlined shocking details of an Obama
administration having been “overruled” by senior military and
intelligence officials leading up to the successful attack against
terrorist Osama Bin Laden. What follows is further clarification of
Insider’s insights surrounding that event.
Q: You stated that President Obama was “overruled” by
military/intelligence officials regarding the decision to send in
military specialists into the Osama Bin Laden compound. Was that
accurate? A: I was told – in these exact terms, “we overruled him.” (Obama)
I have since followed up and received further details on exactly what
that meant, as well as the specifics of how Leon Panetta worked around
the president’s “persistent hesitation to act.” There appears NOT to
have been an outright overruling of any specific position by President
Obama, simply because there was no specific position from the
president to do so. President Obama was, in this case, as in all
others, working as an absentee president.
I was correct in stating there had been a push to invade the
compound for several weeks if not months, primarily led by Leon
Panetta, Hillary Clinton, Robert Gates, David Petraeus, and Jim
Clapper. The primary opposition to this plan originated from Valerie
Jarrett, and it was her opposition that was enough to create
uncertainty within President Obama. Obama would meet with various
components of the pro-invasion faction, almost always with Jarrett
present, and then often fail to indicate his position. This situation
continued for some time, though the division between Jarrett/Obama and
the rest intensified more recently, most notably from Hillary Clinton.
She was livid over the president’s failure to act, and her office
began a campaign of anonymous leaks to the media indicating such. As
for Jarrett, her concern rested on two primary fronts. One, that the
military action could fail and harm the president’s already weakened
both the American public and the world. Second, that the attack
would be viewed as an act of aggression against Muslims, and further
destabilize conditions in the Middle East .
Q: What changed the president’s position and enabled the attack
against Osama Bin Laden to proceed?
[COLOR="lime"]A: Nothing changed with the president’s opinion [/COLOR]– he continued to
avoid having one. Every time military and intelligence officials
appeared to make progress in forming a position, Jarrett would
intervene and the stalling would begin again. Hillary started the
ball really rolling as far as pressuring Obama began, but it was
Panetta and Petraeus who ultimately pushed Obama to finally act – sort
of. Panetta was receiving significant reports from both his direct
CIA sources, as well as Petraeus-originating Intel. Petraeus was
threatening to act on his own via a bombing attack. Panetta reported
back to the president that a bombing of the compound would result in
successful killing of Osama Bin Laden, and little risk to American
lives. Initially, as he had done before, the president indicated a
willingness to act. But once again, Jarrett intervened, convincing
the president that innocent Pakistani lives could be lost in such a
and Obama would be left attempting to explain Panetta’s failed
policy. Again Obama hesitated – this time openly delaying further
meetings to discuss the issue with Panetta. A brief meeting was held
at this time with other officials, including Secretary Gates and
members of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, but Gates, like Panetta, was
unable to push the president to act. It was at this time that Gates
indicated to certain Pentagon officials that he may resign earlier
than originally indicated – he was that frustrated. Both Panetta and
Clinton convinced him to stay on and see the operation through.
What happened from there is what was described by me as a
“masterful manipulation” by Leon Panetta.. Panetta indicated to Obama
that leaks regarding knowledge of Osama Bin Laden’s location were
certain to get out sooner rather than later, and action must be taken
by the administration or the public backlash to the president’s
inaction would be “…significant to the point of political
debilitation.” It was at that time that Obama stated an on-ground
campaign would be far more acceptable to him than a bombing raid.
This was intended as a stalling tactic, and it had originated from
Jarrett. Such a campaign would take both time, and present a far
greater risk of failure. The president had been instructed by Jarrett
to inform Mr., Panetta that he would have sole discretion to act
against the Osama Bin Laden compound. Jarrett believed this would
further delay Panetta from acting, as the responsibility for failure
would then fall almost
entirely on him. What Valerie Jarrett, and the president, did not
know is that Leon Panetta had already initiated a program that
reported to him –and only him, involving a covert on the ground attack
against the compound. Basically, the whole damn operation was already
ready to go – including the specific team support Intel necessary to
engage the enemy within hours of being given notice. Panetta then
made plans to proceed with an on-ground assault. This information
reached either Hillary Clinton or Robert Gates first (likely via
military contacts directly associated with the impending mission) who
then informed the other. Those two then met with Panetta, who
informed each of them he had been given the authority by the president
to proceed with a mission if the opportunity presented itself. Both
Gates and Clinton warned Panetta of the implications of that authority
– namely he was possibly being made into a scapegoat. Panetta
possibility, but felt the opportunity to get Bin Laden outweighed
that risk. During that meeting, Hillary Clinton was first to pledge
her full support for Panetta, indicating she would defend him if
necessary. Similar support was then followed by Gates. The following
day, and with Panetta’s permission, Clinton met in private with Bill
Daley and urged him to get the president’s full and open approval of
the Panetta plan. Daley agreed such approval would be of great
benefit to the action, and instructed Clinton to delay proceeding
until he had secured that approval. Daley contacted Clinton within
hours of their meeting indicating Jarrett refused to allow the
president to give that approval. Daley then informed Clinton that he
too would fully support Panetta in his actions, even if it meant
disclosing the president’s indecision to the American public should
that action fail to produce a successful conclusion. Clinton took
that message back to
Panetta and the CIA director initiated the 48 hour engagement order.
At this point, the President of the United States was not informed of
the engagement order – it did not originate from him, and for several
hours after the order had been given and the special ops forces were
preparing for action into Pakistan from their position in Afghanistan,
Daley successfully kept Obama and Jarrett insulated from that order.
This insulation ended at some point with an abort order that I
believe originated from Valerie Jarrett’s office, and was then
followed up by President Obama. This abort order was later explained
as a delay due to weather conditions, but the actual conditions at
that time would have been acceptable for the mission. A storm system
had been in the area earlier, but was no longer an issue. Check the
data yourself to confirm. Jarrett, having been caught off guard, was
now scrambling to determine who had initiated the plan. She was
furious, repeating the acronym “CoC” and saying it was not being
followed. This is where Bill Daley intervened directly. The
particulars of that intervention are not clear to me beyond knowing he
did meet with Jarrett in his office and following that meeting,
Valerie Jarrett was not seen in the West Wing for some time, and
apparently no longer offered up any resistance to the Osama Bin Laden
mission. What did follow
from there was one or more brief meetings between Bill Daley, Hillary
Clinton, a representative from Robert Gates’ office, a representative
from Leon Panetta’s office, and a representative from Jim Clapper’s
office. I have to assume that these meetings were in essence,
detailing the move to proceed with the operation against the Osama Bin
Laden compound. I have been told by more than one source that Leon
Panetta was directing the operation with both his own CIA operatives,
as well as direct contacts with military – both entities were
reporting to Panetta only at this point, and not the President of the
United States .
Last edited by Downbound Train; 05-21-2011 at 10:46 AM.I've been to two state fairs and a goat fuck and never seen anything like this!!
05-21-2011, 10:32 AM #40
There was not going to be another delay as had
happened 24 hour earlier. The operation was at this time effectively
unknown to President Barack Obama or Valerie Jarrett and it remained
that way until AFTER it had already been initiated. President Obama
was literally pulled from a golf outing and escorted back to the White
House to be informed of the mission. Upon his arrival there was a
briefing held which included Bill Daley, John Brennan, and a high
ranking member of the military. When Obama emerged from the briefing,
he was described as looking “very confused and uncertain.” The
president was then placed in the situation room where several of the
players in this event had already been watching the operation unfold.
Another interesting tidbit regarding this is that the Vice President
was already “up to speed” on the operation. A source indicated they
believe Hillary Clinton had personally made certain the Vice President
was made aware of that day’s events before the president was. The now
famous photo released shows the particulars of that of that room and
its occupants. What that photo does not communicate directly is that
the military personnel present in that room during the operation
unfolding, deferred to either Hillary Clinton or Robert Gates.
The president’s role was minimal, including their acknowledging of
his presence in the room.
At the conclusion of the mission, after it had been repeatedly
confirmed a success, President Obama was once again briefed behind
closed doors. The only ones who went in that room besides the
president were Bill Daley. John Brennan, and a third individual whose
identity remains unknown to me. When leaving this briefing, the
president came out of it “…much more confident. Much more certain of
himself.” He was also carrying papers in his hand that quite possibly
was the address to the nation given later that evening on the Bin
Laden mission. The president did not have those papers with him prior
to that briefing. The president then returned to the war room, where
by this time, Leon Panetta had personally arrived and was receiving
congratulations from all who were present.
In my initial communication to you of these events I described
what unfolded as a temporary Coup initiated by high ranking
intelligence and military officials. I stand by that term. These
figures worked around the uncertainty of President Obama and the
repeated resistance of Valerie Jarrett. If they had not been willing
to do so, I am certain Osama Bin Laden would still be alive today.
There will be no punishment to those who acted outside the authority
of the president’s office. The president cannot afford to admit such
a fact. What will be most interesting from here is to now see what
becomes of Valerie Jarrett. One source indicated she is threatening
resignation. I find that unlikely given my strong belief she needs
the protection afforded her by the Oval Office and its immense powers
to delay and eventually terminate investigations back in Chicago , but
we shall see.
Stay safe.I've been to two state fairs and a goat fuck and never seen anything like this!!
05-21-2011, 11:18 AM #41
Leon Panetta/Valerie Jarrett 2012!!!... jfost is really ignorant, he often just needs simple facts laid out for him...
05-27-2011, 06:08 AM #42
After two years of Obama ... Here's your change!
January 2009/ TODAY / % chg
Avg.price/gallon gas $1.83/ $3.95/ +115.8%
Crude oil, European Brent (barrel) $43.48/ $99.02/ +127.7%
Gold: London (per troy oz.) $853.25/ $1,504.50/ +90.5%
Corn, No..2 yellow, Central IL $3.56/ $6.33/ +78.1%
Soybeans, No. 1 yellow, IL $9.66/ $13.75/ +42.3%
Sugar, cane, raw, world, lb. Fob $13..37/ $35.39/ +164.7%
Unemployment rate, non-farm, overall 7.6%/ 9.4%/ +23.7%
Unemployment rate, blacks 12.6%/ 15.8%/ +25.4%
Number of unemployed 11,616,000/ 14,485,000/ +24.7%
Number of fed. Employees 2,779,000/ 2,840,000/ +2.2%
Real median household income $50,112/ $49,777/ -0.7%
Number of food stamp recipients 31,983,716/ 43,200,878/ +35.1%
Number of unemployment benefit recipients 7,526,598/ 9,193,838/ +22.2%
Number of long-term unemployed 2,600,000/ 6,400,000/ +146.2%
Poverty rate, individuals 13.2%/ 14.3%/ +8.3%
People in poverty in U.S. 39,800,000/ 43,600,000/ +9.5%
U.S.. Rank in Economic Freedom World Rankings 5th/ 9th
Present Situation Index 29.9 / 23.5/ -21.4%
Failed banks 140/ 164/ +17.1%
U.S.. Money supply, M1, in billions 1,575.1/ 1,865.7/ +18.4%
U.S.. Money supply, M2, in billions 8,310.9/ 8,852.3/ 6.5%
National debt, in trillions $10.627/ $14..052/ +32.2%
Just take this last item: In the last two years we have accumulated national debt at a rate more than 27 times as fast as during the rest of our entire nation's history.
Over 27 times as fast. Metaphorically speaking, if you are driving in the right lane doing 65 MPH and a car rockets past you in the left lane.
27 times faster, it would be doing 7,555 MPH!
(1) U.S. Energy Information Administration; (2) Wall Street Journal; (3) Bureau of Labor Statistics; (4) Census Bureau; (5) USDA; (6) U.S. Dept. Of Labor;
(7) FHFA; (8) Standard & Poor's/Case-Shiller; (9) RealtyTrac; (10) Heritage Foundation and WSJ; (11) The Conference Board; (12) FDIC;
(13) Federal Reserve; (14) U.S. Treasury
SOME WILL APPRECIATE THIS AND SOME WILL NOT.
HOWEVER, ALL OF IT IS TRUE.
So, tell me again, what is it about Obama that makes him so brilliant and impressive? Can't think of anything? Don't worry. He's done all this in 24 months -- so you'll have one year and ten months to come up with an answer.
Every statement in this email is factual and directly attributable to Barrack Hussein Obama. Every bumble is a matter of record and completely verifiable.
EVERYONE SHOULD READ THIS...
I WONDER HOW MANY WILL FORWARD THIS ?I've been to two state fairs and a goat fuck and never seen anything like this!!
05-28-2011, 07:10 PM #43
The best chain email EVER!
This article was in the Desert News - SLC
Maybe the only truly romantic thing left in American sports: The Green Bay Packers
Seriously, America , what's not to like about the Green Bay Packers?
What's not to like about a small-town team that is not only surviving, but thriving in the billion-dollar business of professional football?
There is nothing like them in professional sports. Think about what an oddity they are. Teams have come and gone in the NFL in a continuous game of musical chairs - the Baltimore Colts moved to Indianapolis , the Cleveland Browns to Baltimore, the Oakland Raiders to L.A. and back to Oakland , the Cardinals from Chicago to St. Louis to Phoenix , the Los Angeles Rams to St. Louis ..
But the Packers have stayed in tiny Green Bay , Wisconsin , since their birth in 1919. America 's second biggest city, Los Angeles , with a population of 4 million, doesn't even have a franchise, but Green Bay , with a population of 101,000, does. It's like plunking down a team in the middle of Sandy , Utah .
They are the smallest market in pro sports. Green Bay 's metro area - if you stretch the definition of "metro" - is 283,000. Buffalo , the next smallest in sports, has 1.1 million. New York City has 8.5 million in the city limits alone, 19 million in the metro area.
What's not to like about a team that was dreamed up during a street-corner conversation one day? Curly Lambeau, a former Green Bay prep star and Notre Dame football player, hatched the idea and convinced his employer, the Indian Packing Company, to buy uniforms and provide a practice field. In turn, the team called itself the Packers. Lambeau was the team's first star player (for 11 years) and its first coach (for 30 years) and - you've got to like this - he pioneered the forward pass in the NFL.
What's not to like about the last small-town survivor of the National Football League? In the early '20s, the fledgling NFL consisted almost entirely of small-town teams like Green Bay - the Decatur Staleys, Akron Pros, Canton Bulldogs, Muncie Flyers, Rochester Jeffersons, Rock Island Independents. But as the league turned fully to professionalism, those teams either folded or moved to big cities for bigger profits. Green Bay found a way to keep the Packers - the community bought them.
What's not to like about a team that is owned by its fans? The Packers are the only publicly owned team in professional sports.. There's no Jerry Jones, George Steinbrenner or Daniel Snyder in Green Bay . The other teams have one very rich, often reviled, owner; the Packers have 112,000 shareholders - or 112,000 Monday-morning quarterbacks who are legally entitled to kibbitz. They've rescued the team from financial hardship four times - in 1923, '35, '50 and '97. Without them, the team simply would not exist.
What's not to like about this team? Apparently, not much. Despite their small-town roots - or perhaps because of it - they have courted a world-wide following. According to a 2010 Harris poll, the Packers are still the third most popular team in the country, 40 years after their glory years. Someone once asked the late former NFL commissioner Pete Rozelle to name the best football city in America .. " Green Bay ," he replied. "A small town. People owning their own football team. Rabid supporters."
The Packers have one of the longest waiting lists for season tickets in pro sports, some 80,000 deep (Lambeau Field seats only 78,000). The average wait for season tickets is estimated to be 30 years, but if you added your name to the list now you probably wouldn't get tickets in your lifetime. Packer fans are known to leave season tickets in their wills or to place newborn babies on the waiting list. Packer games have been sold out since 1960.
"I'm a 'green and gold' season ticket holder and have some voting stock in the team," explains Walt Mehr, a Utah resident who grew up in Eagle River , Wis. , just north of Green Bay . "It took me 23 years to get season tickets. We have a big shareholders meeting in July and vote. We were involved with remodeling of the stadium. As season-ticket holders we had to put up money for that - $5,000. My tickets are in my will."
It's every fan's dream - they get to help run the team... You've got to like that.
What's not to like about a team that has been an almost mythical force since joining the NFL in 1921? They've won 13 championships - nine NFL titles in the pre-Super Bowl era, and four Super Bowls - and no one else is close to matching them.. They won the first two Super Bowls. They won five championships in seven years during the '60s. They're the only team that's ever won three in a row. The city's nickname is "Titletown." Their coach's name is on the Super Bowl Trophy. They have 21 Hall of Famers, second only to the Chicago Bears. They are a team of legends - Starr, Nitschke, Taylor, Lombardi, Davis, Hornung, Kramer, Gregg, Hutson, Lambeau, Favre.
What's not to like about a team that is so entrenched in the community in such a personal way? It's big-time football in a small-town way that has been lost as the NFL has grown. This is the town that spawned the Lambeau Leap - players leaping into the arms of fans behind the end zone after a touchdown, a routine that has since been adopted throughout the league. It symbolizes the close connection between the team and the fans, like so many other things. Green Bay 's stadium is bordered by the back yards of middle-class neighborhoods. The players live in regular neighborhoods, with the fans.
"Unlike the other NFL cities, where players can live in mansions away from the masses, Green Bay has no real 'affluent' suburbs," says Vai Sikahema, a former Packer and BYU player. "And because of the frigid weather, everyone had second homes in warmer places. So the players lived in modest homes in regular neighborhoods.
"Playing for the Packers and living in Green Bay is generally the way it was in the '60's when Vince Lombardi lived there. The house we rented was rented by a host of former Packers, dating back to the great running back Jim Taylor.
"Another player rented a home once lived in by Bart Starr. That creates this extra unique bond with the fan base. On Tuesdays, our day off, we'd walk our children to the bus stop and all the dads would go in late so they could walk their own kids and talk football with us at the bus stop. My wife had play dates with regular moms on our street, as opposed to the closed, elitist 'wives club' on other teams."
There is a tradition in Green Bay that has received considerable publicity over the years. Kids wait for Packer players outside the locker room and often use their bikes to ride to the practice field. The kids hold the players' helmets and jog alongside the players as they ride the kids' bikes to practice. Who couldn't like that?
"I was one of those kids who ran next to a player while he rode my bike to the practice field from the locker room," says Mark Stimpson, a Salt Lake resident who grew up in Green Bay .. "We did it every day during the summer. I had a metallic green stingray bike. I'd wait by the locker room. The player would hand me his helmet. The players wouldn't pedal the bikes. They were too big. They'd just stick their legs out and coast because it's a down-hill walk to the field. We'd talk to them while we walked beside them. Then, during practice we'd watch the guy who rode our bike. It was a fun time. The players were great to us."
Sikahema remembers the bike routine, as well. "The bikes are one of those unique things in Green Bay that allow fans, especially kids, to get to know the players in a personal way," he says. "I stayed in touch with the kid whose bike I used through his college years and his wedding. He's now in his mid-30s. His name is Aaron Smet. When I was there, a bunch of poor kids didn't have bikes to lend to the players and (teammate) Sterling Sharpe had Wal-Mart deliver to the complex a tractor trailer full of bikes that he gave away to less fortunate kids."
Stimpson recalls seeing Willie Wood, Ray Nitschke, Elijah Pitts and Bart Starr around town when he was a kid. The Packers were one of them. His sister, Mary Nelson, babysat for reserve quarterback Zeke Bratkowski.
"Zeke lived around the corner from us," says Nelson. "After the games some of the players would come over to Zeke's house. I got to meet Bart Starr, Jerry Kramer and Max McGee and their wives. Every time I babysat Zeke's kids he would walk me home."I've been to two state fairs and a goat fuck and never seen anything like this!!
05-28-2011, 07:11 PM #44
What's not to like about a town that is all about its team? Green Bay businesses are Packer themed. The streets are named after Packers - Lombardi, Ray Nitschke, Brett Favre, Mike Holmgren, Don Hutson, Reggie White, Bart Starr, Tony Canadeo. Even the official Green Bay website is all about the local football team.
The town shuts down during games; churches schedule around the Packers, then open their parking lots for Packer fans. "The streets are empty during the games," says Stimpson. "When I was a boy I could ride my bike down the middle of the street because there was no traffic."
What's not to like about a team that won the Ice Bowl, one of the greatest games ever played? It was the 1967 NFL Championship game in Green Bay , and the temperature was minus-13 degrees, with a wind chill hovering around 50 below.
Rick Delacenserie, who grew up in the Green Bay area and now lives in Park City , watched the Packer practices as a boy and witnessed the Ice Bowl from the same end zone where Starr scored the game-winning touchdown.
"I spent most of the third quarter in the bathroom," he recalls. "It was packed in there. Everyone was trying to get warm. Someone brought a hacksaw and cut up the goal posts. All I got was some of the foam they wrapped around the post."
You've got to love a team that inspires fans to brave sub-zero weather.
After the Super Bowl victory that followed the Ice Bowl, the Packers went into decline for 25 years until the Favre years arrived in the early '90s, but the Packers still inspired fierce loyalty and love.
"The only thing you can see on the horizon is Lambeau Field," says Mehr, who pauses to choke back tears before continuing. "I get chills when I see it. On a beautiful clear day, omigosh."
For his part, Stimpson left home decades ago to attend BYU and settle in Utah . He doesn't follow sports as he once did, and the game has changed, and yet he still says this: "The Packers are so much a part of you. The Packers still have a certain pull. They always will."I've been to two state fairs and a goat fuck and never seen anything like this!!
06-03-2011, 10:04 AM #45
The GREATEST chain email of all time!!!
If you don't read it, you shouldn't be allowed to vote!!
In 1887 Alexander Tyler, a Scottish history professor at the University of
Edinborough, had this to say about the fall of the Athenian Republic some
2,000 years prior:
"A democracy is always temporary in nature; it simply cannot exist as a
permanent form of government. A democracy will continue to exist up until
the time that voters discover that they can vote themselves generous gifts
from the public treasury. From that moment on, the majority always votes for
the candidates who promise the most benefits from the public treasury, with
the result that every democracy will finally collapse over loose fiscal
policy, (which is) always followed by a dictatorship."
"The average age of the world's greatest civilizations from the beginning of
history, has been about 200 years. During those 200 years, these nations
always progressed through the following sequence:
From bondage to spiritual faith;
From spiritual faith to great courage;
From courage to liberty;
From liberty to abundance;
From abundance to complacency;
From complacency to apathy;
From apathy to dependence;
From dependence back into bondage."
The Obituary follows:
Born 1776, Died 2008
It doesn't hurt to read this several times.
Professor Joseph Olson of Hamline University School of Law in St. Paul ,
Minnesota , points out some interesting facts concerning the last
Number of States won by: Obama: 19 McCain: 29
Square miles of land won by: Obama: 580,000 McCain: 2,427,000
Population of counties won by: Obama: 127 million McCain: 143 million
Murder rate per 100,000 residents in counties won by: Obama: 13.2
Professor Olson adds: "In aggregate, the map of the territory McCain won was
mostly the land owned by the taxpaying citizens of the country.
Obama territory mostly encompassed those citizens living in low income
tenements and living off various forms of government welfare..."
Olson believes the United States is now somewhere between the
"complacency and apathy" phase of Professor Tyler's definition of democracy,
with some forty percent of the nation's population already having reached
the "governmental dependency" phase.
If Congress grants amnesty and citizenship to twenty million criminal
invaders called illegal's - and they vote - then we can say goodbye to the
USA in fewer than five years.
If you are in favor of this, then by all means, delete this message.
If you are not, then pass this along to help everyone realize just how much
is at stake, knowing that apathy is the greatest danger to our freedom.
This is truly scary! Of course we are not a democracy, we are a
Constitutional Republic . Someone should point this out to Obama. Of
course we know he and too many others pay little attention to The
Constitution. There couldn't be more at stake than on Nov 2012.
If you are as concerned as I am please pass this along.I've been to two state fairs and a goat fuck and never seen anything like this!!
06-03-2011, 10:17 AM #46
That is the GREATEST!
06-03-2011, 10:21 AM #47Registered User
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now do (fed taxes - fed govt spending) in the states obama won vs mccain
06-04-2011, 12:17 PM #48
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rMqNL...&feature=emailI've been to two state fairs and a goat fuck and never seen anything like this!!
06-06-2011, 09:32 AM #49
This is why National Healthcare won't work in the USA even if you think you can point to it working elsewhere.....
Other countries don't have healthcare consumers like this......
http://gossipcolumnonline.blogspot.c...gh-school.htmlI've been to two state fairs and a goat fuck and never seen anything like this!!
06-09-2011, 08:59 AM #50
Who am I ?
I was born in one country, raised in another.
My father was born in another country.
I was not his only child.
He fathered several children with numerous women.
I became very close to my mother, as my father showed
No interest in me.
My mother died at an early age from cancer.
Although my father deserted me and my mother raised me,
I later wrote a book idolizing my father not my mother.
Later in life, questions arose over my real name.
My birth records were sketchy.
No one was able to produce a legitimate, reliable birth
I grew up practicing one faith but converted to
Christianity, as it was widely accepted in my new country, but I
Practiced non-traditional beliefs and didn't follow Christianity, except in
The public eye under scrutiny.
I worked and lived among lower-class people as a young
Adult, disguising myself as someone who really cared about them.
That was before I decided it was time to get serious
About my life and embarked on a new career.
I wrote a book about my struggles growing up.
It was clear to those who read my memoirs, that I had
Difficulties accepting that my father abandoned me as a child.
I became active in local politics in my 30's then, with
Help behind the scenes, I literally burst onto the scene as a candidate
For national office in my 40s.
They said I had a golden tongue and could talk anyone
I had a virtually non-existent resume, little work history, and no
Experience in leading a single organization.
Yet I was a powerful speaker and citizens were drawn to
Me, as though I were a magnet and they were small roofing tacks.
I drew incredibly large crowds during my public appearances.
This bolstered my ego.
At first, my political campaign focused on my country's foreign policy...
I was very critical of my country in the last war, and seized every
Opportunity to bash my country.
But what launched my rise to national prominence were
My views on the country's economy.
I pretended to have a really good plan on how we could
Do better, and every poor person would be fed and housed for free.
I knew which group was responsible for getting us into this mess.
It was the free market, banks and corporations.
I decided to start making citizens hate them and, if they became envious of
Others who did well, the plan was clinched tight.
I called mine "A People's Campaign".
That sounded good to all people.
I was the surprise candidate because I emerged from
Outside the traditional path of politics and was able to gain
Widespread popular support.
I knew that, if I merely offered the people 'hope', together we could change
Our country and the world.
So, I started to make my speeches sound like they were
On behalf of the downtrodden, poor, ignorant to include "persecuted
My true views were not widely known and I kept them
Unknown, until after I became my nation's leader.
I had to carefully guard reality, as anybody could have easily found out
What I really believed, if they had simply read my writings and examined
Those people associated with. I'm glad they didn't.Then I became the most powerful man in the world.
And then world learned the truth.
Who am I?
ADOLPH HITLERI've been to two state fairs and a goat fuck and never seen anything like this!!