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locomotive

Apr-06-14 10:25 AM

Provocative, but not yet persuasive, billgrr.

Have a wonderful Sunday

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locomotive

Apr-05-14 6:37 PM

Perhaps PJinfinity is content to be provocative rather than persuasive.

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locomotive

Apr-05-14 6:36 PM

PJustamanfinity, thank you for your support.

Of course, any prerogative I would exercise exists in my mind. It would have to. A king exercising his "kingly prerogative" would have to acknowledge its existence in his own mind first, right?

A king doesn't wait for permission to exercise his prerogative. Frankly, I don't either. Justaman, if you have a prerogative, you don't need my permission to exercise yours.

Exercise away, all!

"Sweatin' to the oldies..."

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PoeticJustice16

Apr-05-14 2:41 PM

An accidental misspelling or grammatical error is one thing, ignorance of standard language rules and conventions is quite another.

Even in the Land of the Neanderthals, there are standards that go to the spirit of the law.

There is no need to apologize for trivial mistakes.

My language complaints are not about spelling. They're about exposing the cognitively challenged among us who are too stupid to form a sentence -- let alone an opinion.

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JustaMan

Apr-05-14 10:24 AM

locomotive Apr-05-14 8:37 AM

"Aw! I've misspelled "prerogative" already. And the day was beginning so well..."

You realize this prerogative exists only in your mind locomotive don't you?

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locomotive

Apr-05-14 9:52 AM

Perhaps PJinfinity is content to be provocative rather than persuasive.

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locomotive

Apr-05-14 8:37 AM

Aw! I've misspelled "prerogative" already. And the day was beginning so well...

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locomotive

Apr-05-14 8:36 AM

I exercise perogative whenever the mood hits me.

It is a new day, Justaman. I've buried the hatchet. For now.

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PoeticJustice16

Apr-04-14 9:04 PM

True or False?

Jesus would have preached in favor of guns and military assault rifles.

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JustaMan

Apr-04-14 8:10 PM

locomotive Apr-04-14 7:33 PM

"Step back from the RedBull, Justaman. You're imagining things again."

What an insulting little creature you are choosing to chastise ME when you have THE prerogative to speak!

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locomotive

Apr-04-14 7:33 PM

Step back from the RedBull, Justaman.

You're imagining things again.

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JustaMan

Apr-04-14 7:31 PM

locomotive Apr-04-14 7:11 PM

"Justaman has turned into Justamaniac."

Really locomotive? I don't share spit with landslide like you do & that makes you a" maniac" by default.

You are, he is, you're both the same!

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locomotive

Apr-04-14 7:11 PM

Justaman has turned into Justamaniac.

Mebbe just for today...

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locomotive

Apr-04-14 7:09 PM

Y'know, it turns out that billgrr might be right with his "14 years" answer.

It is too bad that the ATF gun-walking thing went off under the present administration, no pun intended.

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locomotive

Apr-04-14 7:07 PM

If Justaman could ask a question or make a statement without using a few pejoratives, I'd applaud, but he wouldn't be able to hear it.

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JustaMan

Apr-04-14 7:07 PM

muleskinner Apr-04-14 6:44 PM

"I'm patient, I can wait for a long time, eternity, if that is what it takes."

Why of curse, you're an elephant.

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JustaMan

Apr-04-14 7:04 PM

locomotive Apr-04-14 6:55 PM

"Will Justaman "just say no" again? Or will he do a counter-post? Oh, the suspense..."

I aspire to be landslide.....

You slime speaking slum living blck people infecting livin off govt.need to be gieven a tiket out a here.Start wit that blk SOB & hes nazi progandiza(sorry subway)!

Get out!

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JustaMan

Apr-04-14 6:59 PM

locomotive Apr-04-14 6:55 PM

"Will Justaman "just say no" again?"

Will locomotive gobble up the food sprinkled on the top of her tank? Of course she will!

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locomotive

Apr-04-14 6:58 PM

I'm thinking that this "gun-walking" thing began under a previous administration and just got bad under the current administration when Agent Terry was killed.

What made it worse was the refusal of AG Holder to hand over documents about the ATF project that morphed into Fast and Furious.

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JustaMan

Apr-04-14 6:56 PM

locomotive Apr-04-14 6:28 PM

"Did the current administration have any involvement with any weapons trafficking to Mexican drug cartels?"

Justaman sez "No."

Is this opinion? Or fact?

"G Dammm locomotive Whsats this crap????"

Show me yours & I'll show you mine!

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locomotive

Apr-04-14 6:55 PM

Will Justaman "just say no" again?

Or will he do a counter-post?

Oh, the suspense...

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locomotive

Apr-04-14 6:53 PM

latimes . com/news/nationworld/nation/atf-fast-furious-sg,0,3828090 . storygallery

"A federal operation dubbed Fast and Furious allowed weapons from the U.S. to pass into the hands of suspected gun smugglers so the arms could be traced to the higher echelons of Mexican drug cartels. The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives, which ran the operation, has lost track of hundreds of firearms, many of which have been linked to crimes, including the fatal shooting of Border Patrol Agent Brian Terry in December 2010."

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locomotive

Apr-04-14 6:50 PM

wiki...

"Gunwalking", or "letting guns walk", was a tactic of the Arizona Field Office of the United States Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF), which ran a series of sting operations between 2006 and 2011 in the Tucson and Phoenix area where the ATF "purposely allowed licensed firearms dealers to sell weapons to illegal straw buyers, hoping to track the guns to Mexican drug cartel leaders and arrest them." These operations were done under the umbrella of Project Gunrunner, a project intended to stem the flow of firearms into Mexico by interdicting straw purchasers and gun traffickers within the United States. The Chambers case began in October 2009, and eventually became known in February 2010 as "Operation Fast and Furious" after agents discovered some of the suspects under investigation belonged to a car club."

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locomotive

Apr-04-14 6:47 PM

politifact . com/virginia/statements/2012/may/29/jim-moran/jim-moran-says-70-percent-traced-firearms-mexican

insightcrime . org/news-briefs/san-diego-university-study-mexico-gun-trafficking-us

From wiki: "Altogether, about 2,000 firearms were bought by straw purchasers during Fast and Furious. These included AK-47 variants, Barrett .50 caliber sniper rifles, .38 caliber revolvers, and FN Five-sevens. As of October 20, 2011, 389 had been recovered in the US and 276 had been recovered in Mexico. The rest remained on the streets, unaccounted for. As of February 2012, the total number of recovered firearms was 710. Most of the guns went to the Sinaloa Cartel, while others made their way to El Teo and La Familia." (138 different sources for this article)

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muleskinner

Apr-04-14 6:44 PM

Still refusing to answer the question. Stop asking a question in answer to a question, it doesn't do any good.

It is very plain to see, even my own lying eyes are able to see clearly that there is not one liberal willing to answer a very simple question.

Here goes, I will ask one more.

Is it true that the current US Administration has used armed drones in Afghanistan and Pakistan and the result is the loss of life of women and children?

a) true

b) false

Maybe we can get an answer to a question by eliminating the wrong answer.

Care to oblige to score 100 percent on the question? Or not?

It's your choice.

Kind of a history lesson, current events, and whether or not it is really moral, even though it is claimed to be legal.

Don't worry, it is a pass fail, nobody gets an 'A'.

I'm patient, I can wait for a long time, eternity, if that is what it takes.

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