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Re: Hey Jeremy, is this commonplace in the South?
« Reply #20 on: June 09, 2004, 10:16:45 AM »
hello all.  Glad that I could intrigue your minds so much that you would devote an entire thread to me.  I'm flattered...really.

The post on my site about the homosexuality thing was done so by a friend of mine.  I allowed it not to endorse his ideology but to make a mockary of it.  He has some good ideas, but for the most part he's a few sandwhiches shy of a picnic.
This is probably the way a lot of (not all...maybe 40%) southerners do believe, but as for me...no.

I stated that you should vote for George Bush to preserve freedom at a time when John Kerry was being an idiot and before the Patriot Act came into fruition.

I think I've made myself more than abundantly clear how I feel about the religion of Islam.  Go to the "religion" thread to read more about it.

I read about the 2 prom thing as well, but that was in AL..not MS.  I wouldn't imagine having that...plus the schools I went to wouldn't dare do that...we were 80% black 15% white 5% asian.

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Either you are really confused or just a bad liar.  Your comment about re-electing Bush came at the heels of a commentary on the war in Iraq.  In case you were not aware, the PATRIOT Act was passed less than a month after September 11, 2001, long before the war in Iraq was ever initiated.

It hadn't taken full effect until just recently..within the past year or so.
Granted, I think the Patriot Act is a huge step back in american freedom...so maybe I should take that off of the site.  I'll give you that. 

Dude, I did my thesis on the PATRIOT Act.  I think it's safe to say you lost this one.  The Act was fully approved by Congress and went into immediate effect on Oct 26th, 2001.  Some of the measures have sunset recently, but are being reconsidered for implementation in PATRIOT 2. 

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Re: Hey Jeremy, is this commonplace in the South?
« Reply #21 on: June 09, 2004, 10:29:56 AM »
hello all.  Glad that I could intrigue your minds so much that you would devote an entire thread to me.  I'm flattered...really.

The post on my site about the homosexuality thing was done so by a friend of mine.  I allowed it not to endorse his ideology but to make a mockary of it.  He has some good ideas, but for the most part he's a few sandwhiches shy of a picnic.
This is probably the way a lot of (not all...maybe 40%) southerners do believe, but as for me...no.

I stated that you should vote for George Bush to preserve freedom at a time when John Kerry was being an idiot and before the Patriot Act came into fruition.

I think I've made myself more than abundantly clear how I feel about the religion of Islam.  Go to the "religion" thread to read more about it.

I read about the 2 prom thing as well, but that was in AL..not MS.  I wouldn't imagine having that...plus the schools I went to wouldn't dare do that...we were 80% black 15% white 5% asian.

Anything else you guys want to know about me?  5'10"...brown hair..brown eyes.  Identical twin.  8 times certified auto parts specialist-associates degree in high performance engine building-love for God, country and people.



Either you are really confused or just a bad liar.  Your comment about re-electing Bush came at the heels of a commentary on the war in Iraq.  In case you were not aware, the PATRIOT Act was passed less than a month after September 11, 2001, long before the war in Iraq was ever initiated.

It hadn't taken full effect until just recently..within the past year or so.
Granted, I think the Patriot Act is a huge step back in american freedom...so maybe I should take that off of the site.  I'll give you that. 

Dude, I did my thesis on the PATRIOT Act.  I think it's safe to say you lost this one.  The Act was fully approved by Congress and went into immediate effect on Oct 26th, 2001.  Some of the measures have sunset recently, but are being reconsidered for implementation in PATRIOT 2. 

Oh my gosh.  I was wrong.  I've never been wrong before. What a weird feeling.  I bet no one on this forum has ever been wrong.  Who's breast may I bury my shamed face in?!?  Oh the shame! THE SHAME!!  I'm going to drown my sorrows now.
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Re: Hey Jeremy, is this commonplace in the South?
« Reply #22 on: June 09, 2004, 10:30:42 AM »
The Grand Republic of Tejas.

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Re: Hey Jeremy, is this commonplace in the South?
« Reply #23 on: June 09, 2004, 10:31:58 AM »
This thread is an excellent exercise in recognizing informal logical fallacies.  When we all get to law school, our profs will humiliate us and our baseless claims.  Our perceptions  might not have anything to do with the truth. 
Remember, we have had gay marriage in two (seemingly liberal) places, San Fransisco and Massachusetts.  In both places, the prospect and practice has been met with furious opposition.
Intolerance in all its forms occurs everywhere humans occur.  Everywhere.

and as a side note, in the very first post, the quote says,
"I could care less"   NO NO NO
its " I couldn't care less"
for fucks sake, listen to yourself

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Re: Hey Jeremy, is this commonplace in the South?
« Reply #24 on: June 09, 2004, 10:33:34 AM »
The Grand Republic of Tejas.

So you think that I should leave this country?  Is that it?  Boy..you're great.  Really a great person...TO POOP ON!
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Re: Hey Jeremy, is this commonplace in the South?
« Reply #25 on: June 09, 2004, 10:34:14 AM »
Eh?

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Re: Hey Jeremy, is this commonplace in the South?
« Reply #26 on: June 09, 2004, 10:36:37 AM »
Eh?

Okay...what?  I took it that you were saying that I should "bury my face" in the Republic of Tejas. Is that not what you were saying?  ???
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Re: Hey Jeremy, is this commonplace in the South?
« Reply #27 on: June 09, 2004, 10:37:45 AM »
This thread is an excellent exercise in recognizing informal logical fallacies.  When we all get to law school, our profs will humiliate us and our baseless claims.  Our perceptions  might not have anything to do with the truth. 
Remember, we have had gay marriage in two (seemingly liberal) places, San Fransisco and Massachusetts.  In both places, the prospect and practice has been met with furious opposition.
Intolerance in all its forms occurs everywhere humans occur.  Everywhere.

and as a side note, in the very first post, the quote says,
"I could care less"   NO NO NO
its " I couldn't care less"
for fucks sake, listen to yourself

That wasn't ME that posted that.  Jeez.  I'm starting to think that a lot of people on this forum don't read posts..they just write and press "post".
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Re: Hey Jeremy, is this commonplace in the South?
« Reply #28 on: June 09, 2004, 10:38:33 AM »
You asked where I was from, and I replied with Texas pride.

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Re: Hey Jeremy, is this commonplace in the South?
« Reply #29 on: June 09, 2004, 10:40:03 AM »
I was little vague, I meant it as a general suggestion, I understand that your friend wrote it.