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Re: A Sitting Texas Judge Called for the Hanging of A Black Suspect

sunnubian ·
Burnet County Judge James Oakley typed the words “Time for a tree and a rope” **************************************************************** Now, there is no way in hell that I'm anywhere near trying to condone what this killer did, or anyone out there ambushing and murdering innocent police officers, but I posted this because it is just one more of myriad of racist statements, innuendo, and outright threats, coming from America's racists BECAUSE of Donald Trump and his RACIST CAMPAIGN and...
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Re: A Sitting Texas Judge Called for the Hanging of A Black Suspect

sunnubian ·
P.S.: Otherwise, "F" Otis Tyrone McKane, or any other cowardly ass person [Black or White, or etc.] that would ambush another human being and murder them.
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Re: A Sitting Texas Judge Called for the Hanging of A Black Suspect

Kocolicious ·
He is a sitting judge who should be DISBARRED. He is supposed to be impartial and to POST his personal views on a case that he will judge? There should be OUTRAGE and a review committee meeting immediately to REMOVE him from the bench. Reminds of the Scotsboro Boys who were convicted before being tried. This judge have NO BUSINESS in court. None. But!
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Re: Texas A&M Student Tells Richard Spencer, ‘We Taught You to Read, Write and Bathe’

Kocolicious ·
My eyes caught "bathe." That's a ball face LIE right there. Cuz in the Europe, the people were afraid to take a bath cuz they felt it would attract demons, devils evil spirits...etc. And that was UNHOLY!!! That's why when the Vikings came to the new world the native Americans stayed away from them because of their odor or for a better word stench. Personal hygiene was a huge problems for European cuz they did not use soap, toss their waste on town streets while patron walked below. They have...
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Re: Texas A&M Student Tells Richard Spencer, ‘We Taught You to Read, Write and Bathe’

sunnubian ·
"My eyes caught "bathe." That's a ball face LIE right there. Cuz in the Europe, the people were afraid to take a bath cuz they felt it would attract demons, devils evil spirits...etc. " *********************************************************** But what she's saying is true because those are the things Europeans believed until contact with Africans who, [really were already in certain parts of Europe long before Whites spread out all over the continent], were sent out to all parts of the...
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Re: Texas A&M Student Tells Richard Spencer, ‘We Taught You to Read, Write and Bathe’

Kocolicious ·
I gotta slow down. In between classes kinda hard reading a full article. My eyes saw the word "student" and the words "we taught you to bathe." Didn't realize cuz I had one eye open and the other closed....that it was the STUDENT sayin what Africans contribute to Europe. My bad. See? I get bored when I'm in school...so I do a drive by between classes and breaks and come on here to see the latest. It's finals. And I need a brain break....with all this stuff in my head OFTEN my eyes skip vital...
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Re: Broadcaster calls Texas Lt. Governor a 'fool' in this stunningly honest commentary—a must-see

Kocolicious ·
More will come. More will follow his que. I just asked yesterday on board where were the white people....the right fighers...the defenders or those against us. Well...here's ONE! And he told the TRUTH. Thank God cuz I was leery cuz I won't listen unless I hear some form of truth. He understands that NOTHING will come to this country and if WE allow it to go up in smoke just cuz a few haters wanted a reason to ignite. Along with the governor of Texas there are MANY fools...out there. And we...
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Re: HOW REPUBLICANS REALLY THINK OF WOMEN: This Texas Republican just called Hillary Clinton A "CUNT"

Fabulous ·
And to think these are the sort of people in positions of authority.
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Re: Federal court rejects Texas voter ID law as unfair to Hispanics, African-Americans

EbonyRose ·
You know .... Rev. Sharpton made a very interesting point the other day about this whole voter ID mess ... and the fact that NONE of these laws are being put into effect during the Republican primary voting process. They're only affecting the general election in November ... when Democrats will be part of the voting process as well!! Also in Ohio, they've decided to reduce the number of early voting days ... coincidentally , just days after a report was drafted that showed that minorities...
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Re: Federal court rejects Texas voter ID law as unfair to Hispanics, African-Americans

Yemaya ·
Originally Posted by EbonyRose: You know .... Rev. Sharpton made a very interesting point the other day about this whole voter ID mess ... and the fact that NONE of these laws are being put into effect during the Republican primary voting process. They're only affecting the general election in November ... when Democrats will be part of the voting process as well!! Also in Ohio, they've decided to reduce the number of early voting days ... coincidentally , just days after a report was...
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Re: Federal court rejects Texas voter ID law as unfair to Hispanics, African-Americans

sunnubian ·
Originally Posted by Yemaya: Originally Posted by EbonyRose: You know .... Rev. Sharpton made a very interesting point the other day about this whole voter ID mess ... and the fact that NONE of these laws are being put into effect during the Republican primary voting process. They're only affecting the general election in November ... when Democrats will be part of the voting process as well!! Also in Ohio, they've decided to reduce the number of early voting days ... coincidentally , just...
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Re: Federal court rejects Texas voter ID law as unfair to Hispanics, African-Americans

EbonyRose ·
Originally Posted by sunnubian: Originally Posted by Yemaya: Originally Posted by EbonyRose: You know .... Rev. Sharpton made a very interesting point the other day about this whole voter ID mess ... and the fact that NONE of these laws are being put into effect during the Republican primary voting process. They're only affecting the general election in November ... when Democrats will be part of the voting process as well!! Also in Ohio, they've decided to reduce the number of early voting...
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Re: Federal court rejects Texas voter ID law as unfair to Hispanics, African-Americans

EbonyRose ·
Another (small) victory, I suppose!! Judge Restores 3 Early Voting Days in Ohio The Associated Press Friday, August 31, 2012 A federal judge in Ohio on Friday granted a request from President Barack Obama's campaign to give all voters in the swing state the option of casting their ballot in person during the three days before Election Day. (Photo: AP) COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — A federal judge in Ohio on Friday granted a request from President Barack Obama's campaign to give all voters in the...
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Re: Federal court rejects Texas voter ID law as unfair to Hispanics, African-Americans

sunnubian ·
They are now trying to steal the election by proxy, rather than be so obvious as George W. Bush was when he stole the election. But, no one better not put nothing past these republicans, it would be like trusting a roving band of thieves and gang members to do the right thing and to follow laws of this country.
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Re: Kid 30 Cent Short, So Cafeteria Worker Threw Breakfast Trash

Kocolicious ·
Adults kill me with this bullshyte. It was a kid!!!! You don;'t have 30 cents to give a child? How pitiful. And folks in the Phillipines are suffering. Many adults have become soooooooooooo cold-hearted. Don;t have 30 cents to give a kid. Now I really have HEARD everythang. This is so triflin aint even funny. But!
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Re: Kid 30 Cent Short, So Cafeteria Worker Threw Breakfast Trash

sunnubian ·
Originally Posted by Kocolicious: Adults kill me with this bullshyte. It was a kid!!!! You don;'t have 30 cents to give a child? How pitiful. And folks in the Phillipines are suffering. Many adults have become soooooooooooo cold-hearted. Don;t have 30 cents to give a kid. Now I really have HEARD everythang. This is so triflin aint even funny. But! That's right out of a Dickens novel. It's also what many sick, hateful, evil, sociopaths and psychopaths in this country want, to turn American...
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Re: ‘Just Call Them All N**gers,’ School Administrators Allegedly Say In Texts

Norland ·
Ya know? It sure would have alleviated a whole heap of trouble if only these Europeans realized how racially insane they were against Africans BEFORE the GD Slave Trade was initiated. Whoever the flucker was who thought of that sh*t should have been told profoundly 'NO'!!!!!!!!!!!! It's obvious they didn't learn a damn thing from Columbus nor the Natives of this hell hole.
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Re: ‘Just Call Them All N**gers,’ School Administrators Allegedly Say In Texts

Kocolicious ·
Why is ANYONE surprised? I deal with these so-called white racist teachers alllll day loooong. They pretend they care about black children just to get those dollars. In reality? They can care focking less. I've seen it. What's more pitiful is when black teachers care even less. But!
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Re: ‘Just Call Them All N**gers,’ School Administrators Allegedly Say In Texts

sunnubian ·
Originally Posted by Kocolicious: They can care focking less. I've seen it. What's more pitiful is when black teachers care even less. But! ************************************************************************ And herein lies the most egregious and often irreparable psychological damage to psyche of African American children in America's public school system.
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Re: ‘Just Call Them All N**gers,’ School Administrators Allegedly Say In Texts

Kocolicious ·
Sista Sunnubian wrote: And herein lies the most egregious and often irreparable psychological damage to psyche of African American children in America's public school system Yep my sista you are sooooooooo right. And it's heartbreaking. Many of us have the ability to do great things for our culture but instead many sabotage the efforts of those black teachers who REALLY care by being petty, back-stabbing, jealous and arrogant. Whatever happened to the spirit of those one-room black teachers...
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Re: ‘Just Call Them All N**gers,’ School Administrators Allegedly Say In Texts

Shango67 ·
Here in Harlem, people stay steady collecting checks off the backs of Black and Brown children... and the people laughing on the way to the bank are educators mostly wearing black and brown skin.
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Re: ‘Just Call Them All N**gers,’ School Administrators Allegedly Say In Texts

sunnubian ·
Originally Posted by Shango67: Here in Harlem, people stay steady collecting checks off the backs of Black and Brown children... and the people laughing on the way to the bank are educators mostly wearing black and brown skin. It seems that African American parents refuse to realize that "Public Education" is now really no more than a 'cash cow' for individuals and businesses, while American children's education suffer. America's "Public Education" System mirrors American's Prison Industrial...
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Re: Texas Teachers Hand Out “Ghetto” Award Certificates To 8th Graders

Norland ·
Someone needs to dole out the "Fucking Teacher Redneck Awards" to the teachers and everyone will be even. White women taught these crazy white men that we're all dealing with these days. Something's wrong with these people.
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Re: Texas Teachers Hand Out “Ghetto” Award Certificates To 8th Graders

sunnubian ·
Someone needs to be asking what the hell is wrong with the Black parents who have allowed their child(ren) to come home with such an "award" and not raised any hell about it so far.
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Re: As Many as 100 People at Risk of Ebola Exposure in Texas After Direct or Indirect Contact with Ebola Carrier

sunnubian ·
After 3 White Americans Get Treated with Ebola Drug, Officials Haven’t Given It to Duncan in Dallas October 6, 2014 | Posted by Nick Chiles Tagged With: aide worker Nancy Writebol , dr. kent brantly , Dr. Rick Sacra , national institutes of health , texas health presbyterian hospital , Thomas Eric Duncan 5592 With Dallas on high alert for signs of whether the Ebola virus might be spreading beyond Thomas Eric Duncan , an inescapable question has emerged: Why hasn’t Duncan, a Liberian man,...
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Re: As Many as 100 People at Risk of Ebola Exposure in Texas After Direct or Indirect Contact with Ebola Carrier

Norland ·
Like I said before, if the Slaves didn't get Ebola after laying in every body fluid known to man for 3 to 6 months or more, I'll put the worrying on hold for awhile. That disease affecting children that paralyzes them is a concern right now for me, because I'm surrounded by babies here and there. If humanity would take a damn chill pill for awhile, we wouldn't have to worry about all this shit. God's trying to send everyone a message; no one's hearing a damn thing. White folks, you won't be...
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Re: As Many as 100 People at Risk of Ebola Exposure in Texas After Direct or Indirect Contact with Ebola Carrier

sunnubian ·
Dallas Ebola Patient Receives Experimental Drug The Huffington Post | By Anna Almendrala Posted: 10/06/2014 2:55 pm EDT Updated: 10/06/2014 4:59 pm EDT Thomas Eric Duncan, the first patient to be diagnosed with Ebola in the United States, is now receiving an experimental drug called brincidofovir, according to a statement from Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Dallas. Duncan had begun to receive the treatment Saturday afternoon and is currently in critical condition. Brincidofovir, which is...
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Re: As Many as 100 People at Risk of Ebola Exposure in Texas After Direct or Indirect Contact with Ebola Carrier

sunnubian ·
Some Ebola experts worry virus may spread more easily than assumed CAPTION Ebola crisis John Moore / Getty Images World Health Organization instructors watch as health workers in protective suits take part in a training session in Monrovia, Liberia. CAPTION Ebola crisis John Moore / Getty Images Matua Fallah waits to receive a ration of rice at a makeshift distribution center in Dolo Town, Liberia, in August. CAPTION Ebola crisis John Moore / Getty Images Relatives of a local government...
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Re: As Many as 100 People at Risk of Ebola Exposure in Texas After Direct or Indirect Contact with Ebola Carrier

Norland ·
Lord, when you catch this shit in Africa, you're treated like some kind of wild animal. Everyone's scared shitless to go near you. It's beyond horrific. I saw a naked man just lying in a truck, naked from the waist down because of uncontrollable diarrhea; no body cared; he fell off, it was worse than watching a four-legged animal with a disease. Black folks, in Africa, catch something really bad, you're on your own; die, covered up, thrown into a grave. No family; nothing. If there's...
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Re: As Many as 100 People at Risk of Ebola Exposure in Texas After Direct or Indirect Contact with Ebola Carrier

sunnubian ·
It would be the same way here or anywhere else because of how infectious the disease is, especially if we had no more hospitals, clinics, doctors and nurses than Liberia. However, I believe that most of these people are dying and not surviving mainly because they are not getting intravenous nutrients and hydration until they recover from a disease where the nature of the disease causes extreme diarrhea, which causes dehydration and an inability to keep food and drink down. But, I still say...
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Re: As Many as 100 People at Risk of Ebola Exposure in Texas After Direct or Indirect Contact with Ebola Carrier

Norland ·
They need some clean water, sanitary facilities, soap, toilets, housing. Every time Africans are shown, they're damn poorer than church mice. Someone must have some money over there. Hit those god damn leaders up. They're not suffering from Ebola, walking around there looking like Black White men. Correction: ...walking around there TRYING to look like........ (failing miserably.)
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Re: As Many as 100 People at Risk of Ebola Exposure in Texas After Direct or Indirect Contact with Ebola Carrier

Norland ·
Off topic altogether: Those hands on those canes look like pigs' feet. That's why I stopped eating them. The 2nd white meat!!!!! Ugh!!!!!! Just a rant.
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Re: As Many as 100 People at Risk of Ebola Exposure in Texas After Direct or Indirect Contact with Ebola Carrier

sunnubian ·
Ebola patient Thomas Eric Duncan dies at Dallas hospital Family: “I trust a thorough examination will take place regarding all aspects of his care” <cite class="byline vcard top-line" id="yui_3_16_0_1_1412802044510_1578">By Jason Sickles, Yahoo 5 hours ago </cite> Yahoo News DALLAS — The first person to be diagnosed with Ebola in the United States died early Wednesday, officials with Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital announced. Thomas Eric Duncan, 42, died at 7:51 a.m., the...
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Re: As Many as 100 People at Risk of Ebola Exposure in Texas After Direct or Indirect Contact with Ebola Carrier

sunnubian ·
Ebola panic is getting pretty racist The real culprit in Ebola's spread has been cuts to public health budgets By Arielle Duhaime-Ross on October 8, 2014 10:49 am Email @ArielleDRoss 221 DON'T MISS STORIES FOLLOW THE VERGE Like Follow Subscribe The first time a reporter asked a CDC representative whether Thomas Duncan — the first patient to receive an Ebola diagnosis in the US — was an American citizen, the question seemed pretty tame. One could excuse it as a general inquiry about the...
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Re: As Many as 100 People at Risk of Ebola Exposure in Texas After Direct or Indirect Contact with Ebola Carrier

sunnubian ·
[Ebola Economics] CBS/AP October 8, 2014, 8:46 AM World Bank issues dire warning about Ebola's economic impact Grave diggers prepare for new Ebola victims outside an Ebola treatment center on October 7, 2014, near Gbarnga, in Bong County in central Liberia. JOHN MOORE/GETTY IMAGES 35 Comments 282 Shares 281 Tweets Stumble Email More + WASHINGTON - The economic impact of the Ebola epidemic could reach $32.6 billion by the end of next year if the disease ravaging Guinea, Liberia and Sierra...
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Re: As Many as 100 People at Risk of Ebola Exposure in Texas After Direct or Indirect Contact with Ebola Carrier

sunnubian ·
Ebola Patient Thomas Duncan Dies in Texas, Never Received ‘Miracle’ Drug
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Re: As Many as 100 People at Risk of Ebola Exposure in Texas After Direct or Indirect Contact with Ebola Carrier

Norland ·
Mr. Duncan lacked the complexion for the protection. Africa's not about the people, it's about Diamonds, Oil, Uranium, money, money, money!!!!!!
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Re: As Many as 100 People at Risk of Ebola Exposure in Texas After Direct or Indirect Contact with Ebola Carrier

Norland ·
If the disease is so contagious, why would "America" even let anyone in the country that comes from the countries the disease originates, don't give a damn who they are, what color they are??? If people are let in who have the disease, to be treated, obviously there's a chance the disease will spread. There are no inoculations/medications to stop this disease. What's that sickness that's killing children? Why is "America" at war in foreign countries when the stuff here is beyond serious??
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Re: As Many as 100 People at Risk of Ebola Exposure in Texas After Direct or Indirect Contact with Ebola Carrier

sunnubian ·
Originally Posted by Norland: If the disease is so contagious, why would "America" even let anyone in the country that comes from the countries the disease originates, don't give a damn who they are, what color they are??? If people are let in who have the disease, to be treated, obviously there's a chance the disease will spread. There are no inoculations/medications to stop this disease. That's what I want to know. Remember when Ebola first hit, they were saying that it was Airborne . And,...
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Re: As Many as 100 People at Risk of Ebola Exposure in Texas After Direct or Indirect Contact with Ebola Carrier

Norland ·
Like I said before, why didn't the forced Africans have Ebola? They laid in every bodily fluid in existence for months, naked as jaybirds, no baths, no running water, funk everywhere. Where was the Ebola then? Got off those damn ships, looked at the strangest folks they'd ever seen, got some rags thrown on them and off they went to the cotton fields. They must have been healthy as all get-out. White man got a 300 year free ride out of them in all ways imaginable. African women cooked their...
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Re: Texas Bill Would Allow Teachers To Shoot and Kill Students Without Consequence

Norland ·
We're going to turn into the United States of ISIS.
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Re: Texas Bill Would Allow Teachers To Shoot and Kill Students Without Consequence

Xeon ·
Well, it's one way to deter the extreme raw coonery and violent thuggish behavior that so many teachers and positive students have to deal with. A subject most Negroes refuse to discuss or admit exits...
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Re: Texas Bill Would Allow Teachers To Shoot and Kill Students Without Consequence

Norland ·
Howdy, MR. CONNOISSEUR OF EVERY BLACK PERSON IN AMERICA. (puke!!)
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Re: Texas Bill Would Allow Teachers To Shoot and Kill Students Without Consequence

Xeon ·
"Howdy, MR. CONNOISSEUR OF EVERY BLACK PERSON IN AMERICA." Hello! How are you doing so far this week? Um, correction my friend, I'm not a "connoisseur of every black person" in America. I have never said nor suggested such. My comments are directed at those indulging in bad and inexcusable behavior. If you are not doing so - then it does not apply to you. Fair enough?
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Re: Texas Bill Would Allow Teachers To Shoot and Kill Students Without Consequence

Norland ·
Have you lined up for the trip to Mars yet? Should be happening in the next 20 years. I won't be here, but I sure hope all the hatin' folks go on the trip. That ought to leave about a dozen YT's on the whole planet Earth.
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Re: Texas Bill Would Allow Teachers To Shoot and Kill Students Without Consequence

Xeon ·
"Have you lined up for the trip to Mars yet? Should be happening in the next 20 years. I won't be here, but I sure hope all the hatin' folks go on the trip. That ought to leave about a dozen YT's on the whole planet Earth." Ha! Ha! Ha! That's funny. I have no idea what you are talking about. But for the record, no. And as far as me " hatin'" -I have no idea why you would think I'm a hater. I don't hate anyone. But I do hate bad behavior . Perhaps you are confused about this. You seem to...
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Re: Texas Bill Would Allow Teachers To Shoot and Kill Students Without Consequence

Norland ·
Mars is the next planet caught up in the straight hairs of YT. They're plotting and scheming a trip. Saw a youngster on TV yesterday, practicing for the big lift off. Guess the Moon's no longer enticing since the flag's on there somewhere. I just casually mentioned while passing through AAorg which I do often. So sorry you're back up in here. I'm gonna try to leave ya alone, 'cause we're like oil and water and don't mix at all. Ain't looking for no confrontation with you. Dat's what's up wit...
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Re: Texas Bill Would Allow Teachers To Shoot and Kill Students Without Consequence

DennisKalita ·
Originally Posted by Norland: Mars is the next planet caught up in the straight hairs of YT. They're plotting and scheming a trip. Saw a youngster on TV yesterday, practicing for the big lift off. Guess the Moon's no longer enticing. I just casually mentioned while passing. So sorry you're back up in here. I'm gonna try to leave ya alone, 'cause we're like oil and water and don't mix at all. Ain't looking for no confrontation with you. Dat's what's up wit dat!!!!
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Re: Texas Bill Would Allow Teachers To Shoot and Kill Students Without Consequence

DennisKalita ·
Originally Posted by Xeon: "Have you lined up for the trip to Mars yet? Should be happening in the next 20 years. I won't be here, but I sure hope all the hatin' folks go on the trip. That ought to leave about a dozen YT's on the whole planet Earth." Ha! Ha! Ha! That's funny. I have no idea what you are talking about. But for the record, no. And as far as me " hatin'" -I have no idea why you would think I'm a hater. I don't hate anyone. But I do hate bad behavior . Perhaps you are confused...
 
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