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  • 02/11/11--14:09: Presented By:

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    Dawn - I think you need to get a life.


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    Still waiting for conservative talking heads to give the people of Egypt their due. They also are suspect as to who was behind the uprising Now revolution there. Is it bcz we propped him up or bcz he was us ally and Israel had nothing to fear from Egypt? Forget al queda!


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    Well, there's one thing we can be sure of - no matter how good or how bad things turn out in Egypt, those same conservative talking heads will be pointing out how the evil unAmerican socio-Fascist Obama administration did everything wrong, and that things would have been much better if he had only done things their way... ...never mind that even if he'd 'done things' exactly their way to the letter, they'd shift their rhetoric and claim that he needed to do it some other way.


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  • 02/11/11--14:25: Presented By:

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    I'm neither annoyed, Glenn, nor offended. Just done my best to be courteous since you were kind enough to grace my thread with a comment, that's all. And I don't need a "buddy" either because my thinking always is in the process of development; consequently, a worthy opponent is what I need. But sorry to say, the quality of your comment forecloses any discussion, it's a stopper. So yes, under the circumstances you had better bow out.


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    You're grossly overestimating, Heloise, the purity of thought you happen to attribute to an everyday American conservative. It's a rare beast indeed.


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  • 02/11/11--14:38: Presented By:

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    I suppose it's become impossible for you, Glenn, to debate any subject whatever without bringing Obama into the picture. Contrary to what you may think, our illustrious leader is far less instrumental or inspiring in the larger scheme of things than you suppose. I remarked to Handy he had better try to take off his American hat so he might see the world events more clearly, but the same advice, apparently, applies with equal weight to you.


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    "But is it really that amusing to see the kid get smacked in the head? More important, is it really so relevant that it needs to be picked up by news agencies?" umm...sorry but you yourself just criticized upon the matter...


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  • 02/11/11--15:02: Presented By:

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    This is so awesome! I wuz wondering when Dominic kisses you and you guys said he goes ona date wit u on valentines day valentines day is in 3 days! I've played the intrnational comp. and I think that after a while u start getting bored but dont give up when u get 2 1000 customersyou hav NOT finished the game if u havent kissed dominic yet u havent finished da game cuz he does kiss u at da end. My cuz wuz teasin me 4 bein in luv w/a video game. Tell da truth, I when i wuz 6 used to dress up in my bathing suit and do dances in the basement and pretend dat i wuz doin them on dis winx club boy & then i started 2 think da boy w/ the spiky hair from Yu-Gi-Oh was kinda cute.


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    Recognizing that all here are interested in different views, here is one. Dan(Miller)


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  • 02/11/11--15:46: Presented By:

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    Quite predictable. Mr. Miller. The head of the Iranian state is either a fanatic or a patsy for the mullahs. To elevate his "take" on the events as in any way representing the reality is either delusional or equivalent to employing scare tactics. Besides, the American order of things, however highly you may think of it, has proven time and again to be toxic or, to say the least, highly questionable according to some minds. In a way, the groundbreaking events in Egypt are the result of our own doings. We brought them to our front door.


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    Haha totally agree on 'anything by Van Halen' anything by GNR and Metallica come to think of it too. Do check out the list I did too when you have the time. cheers L


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  • 02/11/11--16:08: Presented By:

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    Hi, Barbara. My two cents: Simona, #104. Beautifully stated: "...fear of regretting, not having embraced, kissed...loved enough". That is what we all fear; did he/she know how much I love them? Especially vital when the relationship is contentious. Two powerful moments, when Arlene tells Cuddy that she loves both her daughters, but likes Julia more. You could just feel that punch to Cuddy's gut. Whew! I am going from memory here, as I haven't had a chance to rewatch: did anyone else feel there was more to be revealed when Cuddy tells House that since her dad died, they all agreed there would be no more lies between them? I wondered if that was why House's lie upset her so much. Perhaps she saw lies between her parents (or between the daughters and each favored parent) lead to so much emotional distance. She has always been able to read him and perhaps wonders if now that they are together her judgement is clouded. I wondered if perhaps there was infidelity that young Cuddy knew or suspected of which Arlene was unaware. Just a thought. Dmckoy, #118 (thank you!) Delia!!!! Where have you been? I know, busy, busy, busy; but it just doesn't feel right without the 'gang' in this discussion together. Welcome back. I always enjoy your perspective. (Since I agree with you about 99% of the time, glad to have one more on our team.)


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    Is miller siding w/ conservative fear mongering?


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