According to accounts released Saturday, April 24, 2010, by the coordinator of an e-mail news and information service, officials of the U.S. Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA), U.S. Air Force Office of Special Investigations (AFOSI) and other U.S. government agencies have been involved in security activities involving human-appearing extraterrestrial beings in the U.S.Victor Martinez, the e-mail information coordinator, is a former federal employee with an interest in space, defense and current affairs. Recipients of his e-mail news items include a wide variety of people interested in emerging and leading-edge scientific and other developments.[snip]According to Martinez, his contact stated, "In reference to your repeated requests to present some new information never before disclosed to the public ... I went outside of our agency to close intelligence contacts of mine and secured the following ... I just received information on a highly sensitive operation code-named 'Operation TANGO-SIERRA' that occurred in early 1980. It involved U.S. intelligence capturing an alien being living among us."[snip]"We called the captured alien Septeloids. That was the identifying alien species name given to them by the astrobiologists on our team. ...”[snip]In apparent response to a question Martinez posed, the source reportedly responded, "As for other visiting alien races, we knew of nine of them.""The Ebens were the nicest while the Trantaloids were the ugliest, meanest sons-a-bitches and most dangerous."[snip][end]
Friday, April 30, 2010
Amid mounting frustration over taxation and banking problems, small but growing numbers of overseas Americans are taking the weighty step of renouncing their citizenship.[snip]The Federal Register, the government publication that records such decisions, shows that 502 expatriates gave up their U.S. citizenship or permanent residency status in the last quarter of 2009. That is a tiny portion of the 5.2 million Americans estimated by the State Department to be living abroad.[snip]Anecdotally, frustrations over tax and banking questions, not political considerations, appear to be the main drivers of the surge. Expat advocates say that as it becomes more difficult for Americans to live and work abroad, it will become harder for American companies to compete.American expats have long complained that the United States is the only industrialized country to tax citizens on income earned abroad, even when they are taxed in their country of residence, though they are allowed to exclude their first $91,400 in foreign-earned income.[snip]Stringent new banking regulations — aimed both at curbing tax evasion and, under the Patriot Act, preventing money from flowing to terrorist groups — have inadvertently made it harder for some expats to keep bank accounts in the United States and in some cases abroad.Some U.S.-based banks have closed expats’ accounts because of difficulty in certifying that the holders still maintain U.S. addresses, as required by a Patriot Act provision.[snip]... Treasury Secretary Timothy F. Geithner wrote Ms. Maloney on Feb. 24 that “nothing in U.S. financial law and regulation should make it impossible for Americans living abroad to access financial services here in the United States.”But banks, Treasury officials note, are free to ignore that advice.“That Americans living overseas are being denied banking services in U.S. banks, and increasingly in foreign banks, is unacceptable,” Ms. Maloney said in a letter Friday to leaders of the House Financial Services Committee, requesting a hearing on the question.[snip]
Thursday, April 29, 2010
Night all, fight among yourselfs for now.
P.S. Obama has outspend Bush by trillions.
As Cedar so eloquently put it:
Most of the simple Tea Party folk are one teabag short of a full pot, making their product pale, weak, and tasteless.
I wonder if johanna is in the sign making business, I think a few of the TEA crowd have enlisted in his skills!
Read more: http://www.theolympian.com/2010/04/29/1222357/missing-headline-for-29olets.html?pageNum=2&mi_pluck_action=page_nav#Comments_Container#ixzz0mY1u7wvD
Anya wrote on 04/29/2010 01:04:45 AM:That's pretty funny,Martin. Now I'm only going by what I read in the paper,but near as I can tell Tea Baggers don't hold much stock in book-learnin'. They just need those checks to keep commin'.
LarryakaLarry wrote on 04/29/2010 10:12:25 AM:"If your going to live in this country at least learn the language and help save millions of dollars"Fodder for a TEA Party sign.
LarryakaLarry wrote on 04/29/2010 10:13:34 AM:Robarton is attacking the President during war. That is treasonous.
LarryakaLarry wrote on 04/29/2010 11:59:29 AM:No....you enjoy Republicmussen also.Brown IS better than his opponent. A candidate that takes vacation two weeks before the election doesn't deserve the seat.Meanwhile Brown is an example of how the GOP takes advantage of the low information voter. Brown is the color of the streak inside Kennedy's....oh nevermind.
Wednesday, April 28, 2010
Tuesday, April 27, 2010
[snip]Activists for Latino and immigrant rights – and supporters of sane governance – are vowing to do everything they can to overturn it. But where was the tea party crowd? Isn’t the whole premise of the tea party movement that overreaching government poses a grave threat to individual freedom?It seems to me that a law allowing individuals to be detained and interrogated on a whim – and requiring legal residents to carry identification documents, as in a police state – would send the tea partiers into apoplexy. Or is there some kind of exception if the people whose freedoms are being taken away happen to have brown skin and might speak Spanish?And what is the deal with Sen. John McCain? The self-proclaimed practitioner of “straight talk” was once a passionate advocate of sensible, moderate immigration reform. Now, facing a primary challenge from the right, he says he supports the new law, which is as far from sensible and moderate as it could possibly be.
Are six more years in the Senate really worth abandoning what seemed like bedrock principles? Or were those principles always situational?
[The accompanying political cartoon shows a cop stopping a motorist and saying "I pulled you over for being brown."]
Read more: http://www.theolympian.com/2010/04/27/1219875/reed-is-right-to-press-for-regional.html#ixzz0mKkoV5P7
Larry,I would expect you to say no to all types of drugs. Ironic to read you "condoning" a criminal's drug selling behavior! I guess you missed that step!
LarryakaLarry wrote on 04/27/2010 06:54:40 AM: Docent:"I'll not participate on these forums until The Olympian eliminates all sociopaths."
Sound familiar? What step is that?
Docent - AKA, Independent Voter - has obviously forgotten his "goodbye cruel Olympian".
Sunday, April 25, 2010
Should newspaper editorial cartoonists be banned from drawing cartoons about some selected, famous people? Many believe we should not be allowed to draw the Prophet Muhammad – but how about banning us from drawing Tiger Woods? If Apple has its way, iPhone users won’t see cartoonists commenting about Tiger, and other topics that might ridicule selected public figures.[snip]Newspaper editorial cartoons have an important history in American journalism. Political cartoons are taught as required curriculum in high schools – still, some people, like the editors at Apple, seem to see editorial cartoons as different than other forms of journalism - as a part of the newspaper that is somehow more offensive than words.[snip]Cartoonists love to chase the top news stories; [snip]. It is the nature of a free and open debate that defines a democratic society.Editorial cartoons are the best measure of the freedom of a nation.[snip]As newspaper audiences decline, more readers have moved to the Web and now to mobile devices for news and opinion. The iPhone dominates the audience that consumes news on their phones, and the new iPad is designed to grab even more print readers, perhaps replacing print. Editorial cartoonists, who are moving from print and the web to mobile devices, are finding that Apple’s views of their profession can have a profound impact on what their future audience will be.[snip]It is chilling to see Apple pick and choose which topics can be discussed in the mediums they control. By positioning itself to control the new methods of delivery for news and opinion, Apple assumes a special responsibility to allow for a full and free debate on all topics and personalities in the news.I don’t want Apple deciding which public figures I may ridicule.************************************************************One of the comments on the above column:Comment from NolanTime April 24, 2010 at 4:14 pmAs a developer of games, apps, and enterprise software, my opinion on Apple’s recent fascist-style moderation is that we as content distributors need to send a strong message to the company. I and many of my peers have decided to forgo any development on any “iDevice”, and focus our efforts on more open platforms such as Android.The notion that the consumer is the only voice in this debate is convoluted to the point of mass delusion. Yes, the consumer wants the pretty, simple hardware and software… but what Apple isn’t considering, is that they more often than not also want the freedom to choose whatever content they desire.I guess my point with this comment is that Apple is NOT the only boat in the ocean, especially now that other platforms are meeting or exceeding the level of sophistication in mobile devices… whether Steve-O likes it or not.Keep the funny’s comin’
You can check the picture for yourself. If there are two hundred attendees, I'm a cast of 1000s by myself.
Unfortunate, though as Mr. Mustard and I were having a great discussion about domestic manufacturing versus import - in particular to the auto industry.
The usual cast of characters started their attacks on me - Cheeseburger, glenn, Wyo, etc.
The Moderator dumped one of Cheesey's attacks then "boom, boom, boom" out went the comments.
Here was my last comment to Mustard:
"Comment on: Letters to the Editor for April 25 at 4/25/2010 10:07 AM PDT on The Olympian
ooops....something is missing....Mustard, I'm going to assume to had to take care of other things, so I'm gonna do same. Maybe we can pick this up later. Great discussion!"
EDITORS Note: As can be expected Cheeseburger goes over to another thread and starts up - Comment on: Let's hope McKenna succeeds in records case at 4/25/2010 11:08 AM PDT on The Olympian
Larry's day is now shot to hell! After bullying several posters on the LTE thread, it has now been shut down!
Maybe this is a sign of better things to come. I know this much, I'm not taking anyone's shit.
I thought he came across as a rather amicable guy on Celebrity Apprentice and The Howard Stern Show. I don't know if he is guilty of the charges against him or not but he is certainly guilty of having a huge set of cojones. Perhaps a set that's just large enough to try and sell Obama's seat. Either way he has a seriously respectable helmet hairdo circa 1975 that if properly gelled I am convinced could deflect low caliber handgun rounds.
Saturday, April 24, 2010
I see a slight problem.....
Anyone wanna guess?
It reminds me of Rosie Perez' character - Gloria Clement - from the movie "White Men Can't Jump":
"Sometimes when you win, you really lose, and sometimes when you lose, you really win, and sometimes when you win or lose, you actually tie, and sometimes when you tie, you actually win or lose. Winning or losing is all one organic mechanism, from which one extracts what one needs."
Friday, April 23, 2010
You didn't get mad when the Supreme Court stopped a legal recount and appointed a President.
You didn't get mad when Cheney allowed Energy company officials to dictate energy policy.
You didn't get mad when a covert CIA operative got outed.
You didn't get mad when the Patriot Act got passed.
You didn't get mad when we illegally invaded a country that posed no threat to us.
You didn't get mad when we spent over 600 billion(and counting) on said illegal war.
You didn't get mad when over 10 billion dollars just disappeared in Iraq.
You didn't get mad when you saw the Abu Grahib photos.
You didn't get mad when you found out we were torturing people.
You didn't get mad when the government was illegally wiretapping Americans.
You didn't get mad when we didn't catch Bin Laden.
You didn't get mad when you saw the horrible conditions at Walter Reed.
You didn't get mad when we let a major US city drown.
You didn't get mad when the deficit hit the trillion dollar mark.
You finally got mad when.. when... wait for it... when the government decided that people in America deserved the right to see a doctor if they are sick. Yes, illegal wars, lies, corruption, torture, stealing your tax dollars to make the rich richer, are all ok with you but helping other Americans... well **** that. That about right?
Thursday, April 22, 2010
westoly wrote on 04/22/2010 07:07:40 AM:
Gee 2am! Tweakers hours, he probly[sic] needed his next fix. Any meth maggot anywhere doing anything is a threat. There really is no good reason to have tweakers or any drug users in the community.
Maybe if people start defending thier[sic] property, these dirt bags will think twice before victimizing innocent homeowners. Lets have a little empathy towards the victims for a change & not the poor criminals.
On yesterday's thread Berryhill, the brother of the gunshot victim wrote his brother was drunk and accidentally stumbled onto the gunman's property. From the account the man shot the the victim as the victim tried to leave. That's not self-defense, that's attempted murder folks.
For the record:
There was no breaking of windows. The homeowner heard something and called police but it wasn't the breaking of windows. The victim did not try to get into his house, he was actually trying to leave his yard. If the homeowner had already called the police and there was no immediate threat, why pull out the gun. The victim was not armed, he did not try to get into the home, he did not threaten the homeowner. He was in the wrong place and when he tried to get out of the guys yard, he got shot. Fine, write him a ticket for trespassing but does he deserve to be shot.
Wednesday, April 21, 2010
From: Liu, Long
Sent: Wednesday, April 21, 2010 8:30 AM
To: Larry Hill
Cc: McGee, Tammy; Wakefield, Jerry
Subject: Death threat against The Olympian employee Tammy McGee on your blog
Larry, We have discovered a “Death Threat” to our employee Tammy McGee on your blog by the user name “Anon the Great” yesterday morning (4/20). You mentioned in the past that every comment was screened before it appeared on your blog. This is a very serious issue. I have attached a screen capture for your review. We urgently request that you delete this comment immediately and take appropriate action. Thanks for your understanding and corporation.
Long Liu Assistant Managing Editor/Interactive
My response to Liu -
In the spirit of good community, I will delete said comment and advise the author. I think we need to clarify some issues.
I do not monitor every post that goes into my blog. It is a member’s blog and all members have access to comment. One other blogger and I have administrative access to moderate all comments.
Now, unless Olympian employees have time to moderate my blog, as opposed to their own comments section, I’m going to suggest that this was sent to you by another reader. Frankly, if someone has a problem with my blog, they should contact me and not The Olympian. None the less, I’m going to alter the comment.
I have to say that anyone labeling this as a death threat is pushing hyperbolic garbage, as I do believe the spirit of the post was meant in humor – somewhat novelistic in nature, as opposed to a true death threat. I’m going to publish this email on the blog, and allow the blogger to speak for himself/herself as to the context of their statement, as opposed to the typical misrepresentation from the Right Wing Sound Machine readers of The Olympian.
I have witnessed, of late, veiled threats of violence made against Evergreen students by the crowd that thinks that one student doing wrong makes the entire college wrong. I would only hope that The Olympian can react as quickly to such threats as they did voicing their concerns over this comment.
I’ll close this email by quoting to you, what was sent to me by Tammy, when I was questioning some of the content directed at me by your readers:
And I’m quite sure by now, most people know that just because something is posted to a comment thread/ or anywhere on the Internet, for that matter, doesn’t necessarily make it the truth.
The Olympian Newspaper
Isn't this the same Oly chick that bragged AFTER she was arrested how she had already gotten away with this before ?? She needs a kick to her "nether region" to equal out the score. We don't want her kind having babies anyway. She's part of the reason why our society is collapsing before our eyes as did Rome so many years ago.
Tuesday, April 20, 2010
ENGEL wrote on 04/20/2010 09:09:36 PM:President Obama is not a practicing Christian and the racist hate fulled "church" he attended was no different than a hate filled racist mosque.
OLYGuacaMOLY wrote on 04/20/2010 06:06:29 PM:
Doesn't Minnesota border Canada?
Austin, Minnesota with 22,000 residents is like any other middle-class, blue-collar town in America. Soccer moms cheer from the sidelines, bake sales abound, folks play bingo on Wednesday nights, paperboys throw papers, cheerleaders practice after school and dads take their kids to the old fishing hole. It's also home to Hormel Foods and Quality Pork Products where generations of citizens worked at and supported the meat processing plants. They earned living wages with health benefits and made Hormel one of the most trusted names in America.
But ten years ago, something happened in Austin. The meat packing plants began transporting illegal aliens from Texas to work in the plants around Austin. Why? To increase profits. At first, it didn't mean much because the illegal aliens worked at odd jobs. They didn't complain because they feared being deported. Their numbers were so small that the regular workers didn't take notice.
That changed as the years passed. As ten illegals turned into 100 and then into 1000, and now over 3,000, Austin, Minnesota suffers accelerating problems.
As usual, Dingel got caught with her entire leg in her mouth.
Now mind you, we have all sorts of namecalling that goes on and "Captain Howdy", in verbage gave me the finger (maybe it was too subtle for an editor to pick up on), but for some reason we are not able to note that a commenter has voluntarily chosen to be identified with Satan.
Of late, I'm noting that "ssuron" has to be intoxicated while commenting. It's not just the poor grammar, spelling and typos, but the behavior is a drunk if I've ever seen one - and I've seen 1,000s
So the new TOS of The Olympian is to avoid the truth and allow drunken rages.
Curiouser and curiouser......
Monday, April 19, 2010
Bush left us with a $10.6 trillion debt? If that was so it was caused by the Democrats that were elected two years beforehe left office."The 9-11-01 attack by Islamic militants was sad". Sad, you should be outraged as I was.November 2008 was a sad time, when we elected the first socialist, who was a muslim black president born in a foreign country. http://www.visiontoamerica.org/story/kenyan-official-obama-born-here.htmlMarch 21, 2010 was sad, when Congress approved a health care plan that will bankrupt our nation.Read more: http://www.theolympian.com/2010/04/19/1210738/letters-to-the-editor-for-april.html?pageNum=7&&&mi_pluck_action=page_nav#Comments_Container#ixzz0lZMB7UtI
LarryakaLarry wrote on 04/19/2010 07:18:23 AM:
sounds like a fashion description.
LarryakaLarry wrote on 04/19/2010 07:15:41 AM:
dalecon, tighten the tin foil hat.
My two posts were deleted. I guess pointing out that dalecon is a looneytune is a no-no.
I note that glenn's "libidiots" is posted again today.
It all depends on who is offended and not the offense.
Saturday, April 17, 2010
ENGEL wrote on 04/17/2010 04:06:33 PM: I'll pass on your blogging tips.*******************************************************
So, who have you decided to pass the tips on to?
engel = FAIL
Steve Belosi, attacked an elderly woman at the rally until she started to cry.LarryakaLarry,I guess it depends on your definition of 'attack'. According to this alleged first-person http://bobmccarty.com/2010/04/17/missouri-tea-party-provocateur-spills-beans/ interview, Belosi claims to have yelled at a 59yro woman and could have made fun of her. Now, I know internet bloggers/journalists/citizen media like to use inflammatory terms to make a point. When you say 'attack' I wonder how many people think of a physical confrontation resulting in bodily injury. Verbal 'attacks' in some situations (unfortunately) are protected as 'free speech'. In any event, Belosi verbally attacked someone (allegedly) and may have acted like a complete idiot. For whatever reason he chose to yell at someone. I have no idea why some people choose to 1) YELL at people they disagree with 2) why 'journalists' love to use inflammatory statements to garner attention.
Had been hearing references to this "attack on an elderly woman" incident, but until DJW injected his usual voice of reason based on facts, I had no idea the "elderly woman" in question was a 59 yr. old. who can't even retire or collect SS for another 5 or 6 six years. What kind of young punk thinks 59 is elderly?? Not merely inflammatory journalism, it's an outstanding example of hyperbole and demagoguery.
Maybe, just maybe I'm hypersensitive because I've spent the better part of a year being 59, but not even the teenagers I work would call me "elderly". And don't think that's just because they're being nice, because 16 yr. olds are very good at keeping other people humble :).
" Docent wrote on 04/17/2010 07:17:47 AM: informed, native, It is your, homeboy, who keeps us at war. Let's hear you chastise OBAMA. YOU WILL NOT BECAUSE YOU ARE HYPOCRITES!"
Speaking of hypocrites, didn't someone give us a "goodbye cruel Olympian" less than a week ago? Yep.....April 11th was the date.Read more: http://www.theolympian.com/2010/04/17/1209190/letters-to-the-editor-for-april.html?mi_pluck_action=comment_submitted&qwxq=19878#Comments_Container#ixzz0lN1tQwEd
If you guessed 2003 and the Bush Administration you won a free trip to the blog that will not be mentioned on Thurstonblog and you can see how, once more, she who will not be mentioned has taken someone out of context.
Friday, April 16, 2010
Rhetorical spinning used to be good sport.[snip]Nowadays, though, we’re stuck in a constant spin cycle ...[snip]The Internet, cable-TV, talk radio, all provide forums for differing voices to publish and be heard. In theory, this broadened exposure to wide ranging perspectives makes us better informed and more receptive to opposing points of view. Yet, just the opposite is happening. In many respects, what’s referred to as the digital information explosion has proved to be a time bomb.[snip]During the hostile health care debate, if you watched Fox News Channel and MSNBC side by side, you’d have thought they were covering entirely different stories.[snip]It’s even worse on radio. Advo-casters, some of whom host both radio and TV shows, tend to spin more recklessly when it’s audio only. Radio rants are frequently more outrageous and blatantly biased, yet, despite vast audiences, go largely unheard by those with opposing views.[snip]When you freeze the frames on our media and our politics, it’s difficult to tell which is currently exerting the greatest spin on the other. Media have become more fractionalized and focused on singular points of view. Politicians and their supporters have grown intolerant and less inclined to compromise. Conventional media whose goals, at least in theory, are to provide generally spin-free perspectives, are suffering. The evening newscasts on ABC, CBS and NBC; the entire CNN cable network; magazines such as Time and Newsweek, and most general-interest newspapers, are losing out to competitors who specialize in spin. Today, the hottest blogs, radio shows, and cable-TV channels are those for which fact is merely a starting point.[snip]
Former President Clinton said he sees parallels in the mood of the country now and on April 19, 1995, when the bombing of a federal building in Oklahoma City killed 168 people while he was in the White House.
"There's the same kind of economic and social upheaval now," he told CNN's Wolf Blitzer in an interview to air Friday on "The Situation Room.""Then, you had the rise of extremist voices on talk radio. Here, you have a billion Internet sites," Clinton said.And although the hard-core, anti-government radicals are still a minority, "they can communicate with each other much faster and much better than they did before. ...[snip]In an interview with the New York Times on Friday, Clinton warned of the affect that angry political rhetoric might have on antigovernment radicals like Oklahoma City bomber Timothy McVeigh; he pointed to Rep. Michele Bachmann calling the Obama administration and the Democratic Congress "the gangster government" at a tax day Tea Party rally on Thursday."They are not gangsters," Clinton told the newspaper. "They were elected. They are not doing anything they were not elected to do."Clinton said that demonizing the government with incendiary language can have effects beyond just rallying a crowd."There can be real consequences when what you say animates people who do things you would never do," Clinton told the newspaper, pointing out that McVeigh and his conspirators "were profoundly alienated, disconnected people who bought into this militant antigovernment line." ...[snip]
[snip]The former president said the potential for stirring a violent response might be even greater now with the reach of the Internet and other common ways of communication that did not exist on April 19, 1995, when the building was struck.“Because of the Internet, there is this vast echo chamber and our advocacy reaches into corners that never would have been possible before,” said Mr. Clinton, who said political messages are now able to reach those who are both “serious and seriously disturbed.”[snip]Mr. Clinton pointed to remarks like those made Thursday by Representative Michele Bachmann, the Minnesota Republican, who when speaking at a Tea Party rally in Washington characterized the Obama administration and Democratic Congress as “the gangster government.”“They are not gangsters,” Mr. Clinton said. “They were elected. They are not doing anything they were not elected to do.”The pitched attacks by some Republicans and conservatives during the health care fight have drawn criticism as incendiary as have the use of terms and imagery like the placing of target cross hairs over the districts of vulnerable Democrats who backed health care.[snip]In response to the criticism, several conservative leaders say reports of threats, intimidation and violence are being overblown or were not true and were instead part of an effort to vilify and silence critics of the Democratic Congress and Obama administration.In her remarks Thursday, Ms. Bachmann made light of the suggestion that antigovernment activists were angry.[snip]Mr. Clinton said his intent was not to stifle debate or muzzle critics of the government but to encourage them to consider what repercussions could follow. He acknowledged that drawing the line between acceptable discourse and that which goes too far is difficult but that lawmakers and other officials should try.“Have at it,” he said. “You can attack the politics. Criticize their policies. Don’t demonize them, and don’t say things that will encourage violent opposition.”[snip]
Thursday, April 15, 2010
Of all the things that could have been said about the article or about Vader, she comes up with a question about a perversion reported quite some time ago..... sheesh!
If anybody thinks Palin's out there for anything but to make a buck, Boy, Have I got a bridge to sell you....
Wednesday, April 14, 2010
Tuesday, April 13, 2010
Lakin refused to report to Fort Campbell, Ky., for deployment to Afghanistan, but instead went to the Pentagon. There on Monday he was confronted by his brigade commander, Col. Gordon Roberts, and informed he could face court martial, and his Pentagon building pass and government laptop computer were seized.
We need Super Patriot to step up and call this guy a few names
Monday, April 12, 2010
cheeseburger wrote on 04/12/2010 11:23:20 AM:I only lash back when people continue to dish it out!You PAX, began this morning by calling me names!(Cheezbooger) I am sick and tired of the bullies who belittle and terrorize others on this blog each day so therefore you leave me no other choice than to call you all out! I can be civil and respectful to others as long as the same is returned.
cedar wrote on 04/12/2010 11:38:48 AM: ... Now, Cheesy, isn't "terrorize" a bit strong? I would agree that the right-wing militia who target police are terrorists, and Tim McVeigh was a terrorist, and the Fox News-watching guy who threatened Nancy Pelosi was a terrorist: but a few words on a forum for time wasters like you and I, not so much.
cheeseburger wrote on 04/12/2010 11:46:16 AM: ... cedar, when it comes to certain posters here, terrorize is not a strong enough word used to describe.
PAX wrote on 04/12/2010 11:48:01 AM: Cheezbooger - WHAAA!!!!!! CRY !!!!!!!!!. I tease you about your "name" (like twisting pseudonyms on the forum is rare!) and you cry about that because I prove you wrong (again!) and you can't rationally argue the point or defend your (false) claims.And you call people "bullies" whenever they prove you wrong! Why not discuss the points, try to prove your claims and act like an adult? No, it's easier for you to whine, complain, cry and call people BULLIES, isn't it?
cheeseburger wrote on 04/12/2010 11:49:13 AM:Now I am off to the dentist which will be more enjoyable than spending the day in here getting beat up!