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    Quote Originally Posted by Doc Dutch View Post
    Agreed, but irrational people do irrational things. Perry is clearly irrational.

    Agreed again, but JPP is clearly a collection point for them. My operating theory is this:

    In the past, the nutjobs wore sandwich signs saying "The End is Near" or stood on soapboxes in local parks screaming politics and/or religion, attacking others and the usual whacky stuff seen on JPP daily. Such displays were risky since kids and adults alike would throw rotten fruit or, worse, rocks at them for being crazy and/or stupid. The Internet allowed them to do exactly the same thing from the safety of their homes....usually under the care of a relative or in a facility.

    Is there any doubt that many of JPP's elderly MAGAts live under those exact conditions?

    Perry is a little different since he's younger, albeit mentally ill/defective. This is why I see him to be more like Steven Vandermolen or Jack than Truth Detector or PmP.
    That's a good point about the internet giving paranoid delusionals more licence than the street corner did in the old days.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Doc Dutch View Post
    An inspiration for Perry's all over the world.
    I hated that Karma Chameleon song, that bloody thing was on MTV nonstop!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Doc Dutch View Post
    Tattoos aren't "red neck" per se. In fact, it appears that only the most liberal people have them. Mostly the young. I have no tattoos at all. Zero, zip, nada. Do you?

    Which union? If I had one, it'd be the EGA.
    I have none either, of course, but
    I was referring to the printers' union bug.

    Years ago, before his inexplicable term as our governor, Mitt Romney challenged for Ted Kennedy's senate seat.

    He came to our cafeteria and distributed campaign pamphlets.
    The pamphlets, however, didn't have the printers' union bug on them.
    The people looked for that first, and when it wasn't there, they just tore the pamphlets up.
    Teddy's literature had the bug when he came, needless to say.

    When I ran for my executive board seat of my own union, you can be certain that MY literature had the union printers' bug on it
    as did everybody else's.

    These are little things with which people don't concern themselves in certain parts of the nation,
    but they do here. If you don't even use a union printer, why should we think that you care about us?

    That's starting to change, however.
    I don't understand how young people think today,
    but my kids were brought up properly, at least.
    Patriotism is the last refuge of a scoundrel. Samuel Johnson, 1775
    Religion....is the opiate of the people. Karl Marx, 1848
    Freedom's just another word for nothin' left to lose. Kris Kristofferson, 1969

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cypress View Post
    That's a good point about the internet giving paranoid delusionals more licence than the street corner did in the old days.
    Like working parents using television as a babysitter, adult children caring for their invalid or demented parents can find it easier to plop them in front of a computer and let them roam the Internet spreading their delusions.
    God bless America and those who defend our Constitution.

    "Hatred is a failure of imagination" - Graham Greene, "The Power and the Glory"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cypress View Post
    I hated that Karma Chameleon song, that bloody thing was on MTV nonstop!
    I didn't recollect it offhand, but recognized it upon listening on Youtube.
    God bless America and those who defend our Constitution.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NiftyNiblick View Post
    I have none either, of course, but
    I was referring to the printers' union bug.

    Years ago, before his inexplicable term as our governor, Mitt Romney challenged for Ted Kennedy's senate seat.

    He came to our cafeteria and distributed campaign pamphlets.
    The pamphlets, however, didn't have the printers' union bug on them.
    The people looked for that first, and when it wasn't there, they just tore the pamphlets up.
    Teddy's literature had the bug when he came, needless to say.

    When I ran for my executive board seat of my own union, you can be certain that MY literature had the union printers' bug on it
    as did everybody else's.

    These are little things with which people don't concern themselves in certain parts of the nation,
    but they do here. If you don't even use a union printer, why should we think that you care about us?

    That's starting to change, however.
    I don't understand how young people think today,
    but my kids were brought up properly, at least.
    Good story about Romney v. Kennedy. No doubt a union bug tramp stamp would look good on you at the beach.



    The Republicans have effectively destroyed unionism in America. That might be changing after 40 years of "trickle down economics" is proved to be rich people tinkling on their worker's backs.
    God bless America and those who defend our Constitution.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cypress View Post
    It's unfortunate when the mentally ill disrupt a thread with their psychosis.




    Now, nobody knows what happened before the universe was at Planck density (1093 grams per cubic cm) 13.8 billion years ago. The physics we know doesn't work at those conditions. But from what I have read physicists generally fall in three camps.


    Nothing existed before Planck density. The universe just popped into existence at Planck density, and began to expand.

    The universe just always existed at Planck density for a very long time before expanding.

    The universe was less dense before it reached Planck density. It was the big crunch. The universe collapsed on itself and then rebounded when it hit Planck density.
    LOLOLOL. I love seeing you try to sound all science-y. It's fun.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Oscillator View Post
    LOLOLOL. I love seeing you try to sound all science-y. It's fun.
    Not as fun as watching you run from your mentally challenged rant yesterday, Perry.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Oscillator View Post
    LOLOLOL. I love seeing you try to sound all science-y. It's fun.
    My thread is about cosmology. The reason you're surprised I wrote something about cosmology might be part of your psychosis.

    If you want this to be about your psychosis, start your own thread or take it up with your shrink.

    Quote Originally Posted by Oscilator View Post
    You're a rude son-of-a-whore who insults most people on the forum. YOU are the bully. Sorry to break it to you. But you bully like there's no tomorrow and you think the disabled are funny.

    You are a sick bastard.

    I personally despise you.

    I can't imagine not disliking someone whom I think is a complete and total bastard. Which means I think you are lying about not disliking me. People don't scream "cocksucker" 24 times in a row to people they don't feel something about.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cypress View Post
    My thread is about cosmology. The reason you're surprised I wrote something about cosmology might be part of your psychosis.

    If you want this to be about your psychosis, start your own thread or take it up with your shrink.
    Your hypocrisy is noted.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AProudLefty View Post
    Could be more than one Big Bang.
    Certainly an interesting idea but if that had occurred there would be radio evidence of such a secondary event, I would think.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mott the Hoople View Post
    Certainly an interesting idea but if that had occurred there would be radio evidence of such a secondary event, I would think.
    Nothing contradictory to have multiple big bangs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mott the Hoople View Post
    Certainly an interesting idea but if that had occurred there would be radio evidence of such a secondary event, I would think.
    Not sure, but he might be referring to the multiverse theory.
    God bless America and those who defend our Constitution.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Oscillator View Post
    It doesn't help that I just spent a week in a conference with a bunch of intellectual property attorneys. So I'm a bit more sensitized than usual to violations of US law.
    Ah no greater hive of scum, villainy and thiefís exist than a conference of intellectual property attorneys. LOL
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    Quote Originally Posted by Oscillator View Post
    I'm not complaining about the content. I'm complaining about the fact he wholesale copied a HUGE chunk of copyrighted material in violation of both US Copyright Law as well as the board rules.

    I guess Cypress is just a thief.
    Oh Osci! Iíve told you a million times not to exaggerate. What Cypress posted was perfectly legal, with or without attribution, under the Fair Use Doctrine.
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