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The great iPhone hunt of 2007

Discussion in 'alt.cellular.verizon' started by Lex, Jun 16, 2007.

  1. chrisv

    chrisv Guest

    Geoff Miller wrote:

    >chrisv <chrisv@nospam.invalid> writes:
    >
    >[alleged: I'm more easily impressed that he is]
    >
    >:: That's a strange thing to say to somebody whose last four
    >:: cars have been Mercedes-Benzes.
    >
    >>> Nope. Your being "impressed" by a Malibu is proof positive.

    >
    >: Nope, yourself.
    >
    >> Nope.

    >
    >Nope yet again.


    Nope.

    >: Consider the context: I didn't say that the Malibu was the
    >: equal of any Mercedes.
    >
    >> No one thought that you had.

    >
    >You obviously did.


    Here you prove that you are a bald-faced liar in addition to being an
    asshole.

    How low are you willing to go?

    >: I said I was impressed by it.
    >
    >> Yeah, we know that.

    >
    >That seems to be about all you know.


    Wrong again, obviously, liar.

    >Well, that and the
    >location of your ass, now that you were able to borrow a
    >flashlight and a Rand-McNally Road Atlas.


    Oh, you are a wit.

    >: What impressed me was what the car offered for its price.
    >
    >> That's not what you said.

    >
    >So what did I say, then?


    "I also rented a Malibu sedan a few years back. It impressed me
    also."

    Nothing about "value".

    And even if you HAD mentioned "value", I'd say that you're more easily
    impressed than I am!

    >: That's known as "value."
    >
    >> That's known as changing your story, and looking like a fscking
    >> idiot who cannot tolerate a friendly " I guess you are easier to
    >> please than I am. 8)"

    >
    >Expanding on my conception of value isn't changing my story.


    That's not what you did, asshole. You changed your story to ADD the
    concept of value.

    And even if you HAD mentioned "value", I'd say that you're more easily
    impressed than I am!

    >'Course, you'd probably claim that anything at all that I'd
    >said subsequent to my original post was "changing my story"...


    You changed your story. Fact.

    >Calling someone a "fscking idiot" one exchange further into the
    >thread indicates that your comment was anything but friendly.


    Oh, so you looked into your crystal ball, saw an unfriendly future
    post from me, and decided to preemptively become an asshole who just
    HAS to be the superior being, the one who is definately NOT more
    "easily impressed" than the "chrisv" guy?

    You're a fscking weasel, and you're just digging yourself in deeper.

    >So when did I change my story? Please quote the relevant passages,


    See above, asshole.

    >and provide the corresponding dates and message-IDs. I'm sure we
    >can clear this up in a metric heartbeat. Failure to coopetrate
    >will, of course, be taken as a tacit admission that you were
    >talking out your ass.


    Go fsck yourself. I quoted what you wrote. The thread is still
    intact. Everyone can see what we both wrote, asshole.

    >> You MUST be so superior, I guess... You just CAN'T be "easier
    >> to please" than some stranger calling himself "chrisv" on usenet,
    >> and you'll defend your honor to the end.

    >
    >What does superiority have to do with it?


    Acting stupid won't save your bacon, asshole.

    >Do you really expect someone to take kindly to ane insinuation that
    >he has low standards,


    I never claimed that you had "low" standards, asshole. There is the
    possibility, asshole, that the "chrisv" guy has unusually high
    standards.

    >simply because he admits to being impressed by
    >a less-than-premium-priced automoble? If you don't want an exchange
    >of views about cars, then


    Provide evidence to support your implation that I didn't want "an
    exchange of views about cars", asshole. You can't, because you are,
    AGAIN, wrong.

    I DID want a (friendly) exchange of views about cars. YOU just had to
    be the "superior one", and not let my friendly comment, complete with
    smiley, go.

    >why are you here?


    Why are you here, asshole?

    >> Asshole.

    >
    >Window-licking retard.


    Interesting, but baseless, claim, considering how I'm kicking your ass
    here, as you continue with your dishonesty and incorrect claims pulled
    from your arse.

    >: Value doesn't imply that something has to be the best in its class.
    >: It implies "bang for the buck," i.e. offering a lot for its price.
    >
    >> It's clear that you are more-easily pleased than I am.

    >
    >What's clear is that you need to bolster your fragile sense of self-
    >esteem with pretentious snobbery.


    LOL

    That's very funny, Mr "last four cars have been Mercedes-Benzes"

    The irony!

    >Trundle along, now. The grownups are talking, and you'd only get
    >frightfully confused. There's a good lad...


    Nice closing flame. Completely devoid of substance, of course...
     



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  2. zeez

    zeez Guest

    On Jun 21, 6:04 pm, "Rod Speed" <rod.speed....@gmail.com> wrote:
    > Geoff Miller <geo...@lava.net> wrote
    >
    > > Shawn Hirn <s...@comcast.net> writes
    > >> Buying a device like that is an example of what's
    > >> known in military aviation circles as "bad headwork."
    > >> If this is the same military who's doing such a lousy job in Iraq,
    > >> I am not all that concerned with their opinion on handheld devices.

    > > It isn't an opinion on handheld devices, you comprehension-deprived
    > > little leftist nitwit. It's a figure of speech.
    > > If you believe the military is doing a lousy job in Iraq, then perhaps
    > > you, a noted expert on military strategy and tactics, would be
    > > willing to edify the rest of us by offering some suggestions?

    >
    > Let the stupid ragheads fight it out amoungst themselves.
    >


    I don't like the fact that we are in Iraq to begin with (or the fact
    that the US helped Saddam and
    Osama to become what they were/are). Again, why are we involved there?
    So far the WMDs haven't
    been found yet.

    > They just aint worth first world country kid's lives.
    >
    > Even the stupid japs and krauts had enough of a clue to get
    > on with it once they had lost. Not the stupid ragheads tho.
    >
    > Its possible that it might be possible to prevail after 40 years or so given
    > that even the stupid irish


    The Irish got fucked over pretty badly when they first step foot on
    this land.

    > managed to come to their senses eventually
    > but its doubtful that the stupid ragheads can even manage that.
    >


    Hitler is smiling at your racism :\
     
  3. On Mon, 25 Jun 2007 08:28:42 -0700, zeez wrote
    (in article <1182785322.374641.301600@m37g2000prh.googlegroups.com>):

    > On Jun 21, 6:04 pm, "Rod Speed" <rod.speed....@gmail.com> wrote:
    >> Geoff Miller <geo...@lava.net> wrote
    >>
    >>> Shawn Hirn <s...@comcast.net> writes
    >>>> Buying a device like that is an example of what's
    >>>> known in military aviation circles as "bad headwork."
    >>>> If this is the same military who's doing such a lousy job in Iraq,
    >>>> I am not all that concerned with their opinion on handheld devices.
    >>> It isn't an opinion on handheld devices, you comprehension-deprived
    >>> little leftist nitwit. It's a figure of speech.
    >>> If you believe the military is doing a lousy job in Iraq, then perhaps
    >>> you, a noted expert on military strategy and tactics, would be
    >>> willing to edify the rest of us by offering some suggestions?

    >>
    >> Let the stupid ragheads fight it out amoungst themselves.
    >>

    >
    > I don't like the fact that we are in Iraq to begin with (or the fact
    > that the US helped Saddam and
    > Osama to become what they were/are). Again, why are we involved there?
    > So far the WMDs haven't
    > been found yet.
    >
    >> They just aint worth first world country kid's lives.
    >>
    >> Even the stupid japs and krauts had enough of a clue to get
    >> on with it once they had lost. Not the stupid ragheads tho.
    >>
    >> Its possible that it might be possible to prevail after 40 years or so given
    >> that even the stupid irish

    >
    > The Irish got fucked over pretty badly when they first step foot on
    > this land.
    >
    >> managed to come to their senses eventually
    >> but its doubtful that the stupid ragheads can even manage that.
    >>

    >
    > Hitler is smiling at your racism :\
    >
    >


    I wish somebody would come up with a more appropriate term than "racism",
    since genetically and scientifically speaking, there is no such thing as
    race, there is, by definition, no such thing as racism. I truly believe that
    most objections that people have with those from a different ethnic
    background has to do with objections to their culture, not to their skin
    color, although often it's difficult to separate the two. An example would be
    that the stupid, self destructive culture that American Negroes have
    "constructed" for themselves (admittedly, this is largely the white man's
    fault) is pretty much 100% identified with African-Americans. Few people of
    other ethnicities have embraced it (mostly because its an obvious dead-end).
    So do those who hate blacks hate them because they're black, or because they
    have adopted characteristics of a bankrupt and sociopathic culture which
    values crime and low social and academic achievement? As someone who numbers
    among his close personal friends, several black men and women, I can tell you
    that their skin color means nothing to me. These are intelligent, educated,
    and erudite people who want no part of that artificial African-American
    culture. They (and I) do look down on African Americans who have embraced
    that culture of non-success and non-achievement, though. Does that make me a
    "racist" does it make them racists? It does make me a "Culturist" in that I
    tend to judge people on their cultural values, not their skin color or other
    physical ethnic manifestations.

    I think its true with Muslims too. Many call middle-eastern peoples
    "ragheads" not because they are Arab or Persian, but because they represent a
    dangerous religion who is at war with the western world. People see Muslims
    in general as the enemy because there is no way for an individual to know
    which Muslims are hostile and which are not. This tendency to lump them all
    together because we cannot tell the good ones apart from the bad ones is
    fairly normal behavior under these circumstances. The more alien the enemy's
    culture, the more likely people are to react that way. That's one reason why
    we interned Japanese-Americans during WWII and not German-Americans (although
    many German nationals and recent immigrants living in the USA when the war
    started were deported).

    Enough ranting for one day.
     
  4. SMS

    SMS Guest

    Shawn Hirn wrote:

    > If this is the same military who's doing such a lousy job in Iraq, I am
    > not all that concerned with their opinion on handheld devices.


    The military was put into an impossible situation. Under-staffed,
    under-equipped, in a war that should never have happened. They are
    probably doing the best that could be expected under the circumstances.
    The people to blame aren't the one's getting killed, it's the State
    Department people, and Bush's staff that were just so sure that all the
    experts in foreign policy were wrong, and that the Iraqi's would just
    love us to invade, destroy, and occupy their country.

    What's needed in the U.S. is to reinstate the draft. Once you start
    drafting the more highly educated middle and upper class teenagers,
    rather than depending on volunteers, you'd suddenly see a lot more
    outrage over these foolish military adventures.
     
  5. Rod Speed

    Rod Speed Guest

    zeez <UltimaUW@excite.com> wrote
    > Rod Speed <rod.speed....@gmail.com> wrote
    >> Geoff Miller <geo...@lava.net> wrote
    >>> Shawn Hirn <s...@comcast.net> writes


    >>>> Buying a device like that is an example of what's
    >>>> known in military aviation circles as "bad headwork."
    >>>> If this is the same military who's doing such a lousy job in Iraq,
    >>>> I am not all that concerned with their opinion on handheld devices.


    >>> It isn't an opinion on handheld devices, you comprehension-deprived
    >>> little leftist nitwit. It's a figure of speech.
    >>> If you believe the military is doing a lousy job in Iraq, then
    >>> perhaps you, a noted expert on military strategy and tactics, would
    >>> be willing to edify the rest of us by offering some suggestions?


    >> Let the stupid ragheads fight it out amoungst themselves.


    > I don't like the fact that we are in Iraq to begin with


    Sure, but its a bit late for that now.

    > (or the fact that the US helped Saddam and
    > Osama to become what they were/are).


    No they didnt with bin Laden.

    > Again, why are we involved there?


    The stupid idea that getting rid of Saddam would see the stupid raghead
    welcome that and get their act into gear after that. In practice the stupid
    ragheads are so stupid that they just looted everything in sight as soon as
    they could and then proceeded to kill each other very enthusiastically indeed.

    Hell of a contrast to what the japs and the krauts
    managed when their arseholes were disposed of.

    Corse you can also claim that those country were fucked over much
    more comprehensivey and so even the stupidest should have been
    able to work out that they had better get their act into gear.

    > So far the WMDs haven't been found yet.


    That was always just an excuse, stupid.

    Just like the lie about the attack on the navy was with Vietnam.

    >> They just aint worth first world country kid's lives.


    >> Even the stupid japs and krauts had enough of a clue to get
    >> on with it once they had lost. Not the stupid ragheads tho.


    >> Its possible that it might be possible to prevail after
    >> 40 years or so given that even the stupid irish


    > The Irish got fucked over pretty badly when they first step foot on this land.


    Nothing like what happened back in Ireland.

    >> managed to come to their senses eventually but its
    >> doubtful that the stupid ragheads can even manage that.


    > Hitler is smiling at your racism :\


    Nope, he's been dead for quite a while now, stupid.
     
  6. Rod Speed

    Rod Speed Guest

    SMS <scharf.steven@geemail.com> wrote
    > Shawn Hirn wrote


    >> If this is the same military who's doing such a lousy job in Iraq, I am not all that concerned
    >> with their opinion on handheld devices.


    > The military was put into an impossible situation.


    I doubt anything would have worked given the mentality of the inhabitants.

    > Under-staffed, under-equipped, in a war that should never have happened. They are probably doing
    > the best that could be expected under the circumstances.


    Nope, too many stupid kids gunning down anything
    that moved because they were loading their pant.

    > The people to blame aren't the one's getting killed,


    Yes.

    > it's the State Department people,


    Nope, its the inhabitants of that country. So stupid that once Saddam
    is disposed of, they start killing each other very enthusiastically indeed.

    Even the krauts and the japs werent actually that stupid.

    > and Bush's staff that were just so sure that all the experts in foreign policy were wrong,


    Hardly surprising given that they always were previously. In spades with vietnam.

    > and that the Iraqi's would just love us to invade, destroy, and occupy their country.


    There was fuck all of the country destroyed by the initial invasion.

    > What's needed in the U.S. is to reinstate the draft.


    Nope, that would just ensure that the voters wouldnt buy all those US corpses.

    > Once you start drafting the more highly educated middle and upper class teenagers, rather than
    > depending on volunteers, you'd suddenly see a lot more outrage over these foolish military
    > adventures.


    Wrong again, they would have been fine with the first gulf war.

    Turns out that W's dad had enough of a clue to no invade Iraq.
    Pity about all those dead Iraqis he produced with that policy tho.
     
  7. On Mon, 25 Jun 2007 12:51:38 -0700, Rod Speed wrote
    (in article <5eakmcF3806o5U1@mid.individual.net>):

    > George Graves <gmgraves2@comcast.net> wrote:
    >> On Mon, 25 Jun 2007 08:28:42 -0700, zeez wrote
    >> (in article <1182785322.374641.301600@m37g2000prh.googlegroups.com>):
    >>
    >>> On Jun 21, 6:04 pm, "Rod Speed" <rod.speed....@gmail.com> wrote:
    >>>> Geoff Miller <geo...@lava.net> wrote
    >>>>
    >>>>> Shawn Hirn <s...@comcast.net> writes
    >>>>>> Buying a device like that is an example of what's
    >>>>>> known in military aviation circles as "bad headwork."
    >>>>>> If this is the same military who's doing such a lousy job in Iraq,
    >>>>>> I am not all that concerned with their opinion on handheld
    >>>>>> devices.
    >>>>> It isn't an opinion on handheld devices, you comprehension-deprived
    >>>>> little leftist nitwit. It's a figure of speech.
    >>>>> If you believe the military is doing a lousy job in Iraq, then
    >>>>> perhaps you, a noted expert on military strategy and tactics,
    >>>>> would be willing to edify the rest of us by offering some
    >>>>> suggestions?
    >>>>
    >>>> Let the stupid ragheads fight it out amoungst themselves.
    >>>>
    >>>
    >>> I don't like the fact that we are in Iraq to begin with (or the fact
    >>> that the US helped Saddam and
    >>> Osama to become what they were/are). Again, why are we involved
    >>> there? So far the WMDs haven't
    >>> been found yet.
    >>>
    >>>> They just aint worth first world country kid's lives.
    >>>>
    >>>> Even the stupid japs and krauts had enough of a clue to get
    >>>> on with it once they had lost. Not the stupid ragheads tho.
    >>>>
    >>>> Its possible that it might be possible to prevail after 40 years or
    >>>> so given that even the stupid irish
    >>>
    >>> The Irish got fucked over pretty badly when they first step foot on
    >>> this land.
    >>>
    >>>> managed to come to their senses eventually
    >>>> but its doubtful that the stupid ragheads can even manage that.
    >>>>
    >>>
    >>> Hitler is smiling at your racism :\

    >
    >> I wish somebody would come up with a more appropriate
    >> term than "racism", since genetically and scientifically
    >> speaking, there is no such thing as race,

    >
    > Corse there is.


    Sorry, race is a political/social construct devised to classify folk by skin
    color and other superficial physical characteristics at a time when people
    actually believed that humans of different colors were intrinsically
    different. Genetics has shown that there are no "race" genes and the same
    genes that make his skin yellow and mine white, makes the other guy's skin
    black. Same with hair, nose size, etc, etc, etc. This makes all people born,
    essentially the same. The differences that arise as they mature are
    determined by their culture.

    >> there is, by definition, no such thing as racism.

    >
    > There's plenty of words that make no sense if you get all anal about them.
    >
    >> I truly believe that most objections that people have with those from
    >> a different ethnic background has to do with objections to their culture,
    >> not to their skin color, although often it's difficult to separate the two.

    >
    > Sure, but its still racism if you proclaim that all jews
    > should be exterminated just because of their culture.


    True, but my point is that its how Jews were perceived, how they lived that
    was different from other Europeans of the time that made them targets not any
    racial or ethnic characteristics.

    >> An example would be that the stupid, self destructive
    >> culture that American Negroes have "constructed" for
    >> themselves (admittedly, this is largely the white man's fault)

    >
    > No it isnt.


    Sure it is. Whites brought Negroes to this country to be slaves. They were
    brought here and grouped together as slave workers with no regard for tribal
    affiliations. Tribal affiliations gave these people their culture and it was
    taken away from them. Even Italian, Irish, and Jewish immigrants to this
    country lived together (at first) in ethnic neighborhoods in our large
    cities. The Negroe lost his culture in just a few generations. After the
    civil war, they were released with no cultural values (except those they
    picked-up from their white masters) and no education. They were treated so
    badly everywhere they went, that they eventually developed an artificial
    culture based upon rejecting all white values. A dumb thing to do in light of
    having to live in a white world.

    > And a better example is the Japs.
    >
    >> is pretty much 100% identified with African-Americans. Few people of
    >> other ethnicities have embraced it (mostly because its an obvious dead-end).
    >> So do those who hate blacks hate them because they're black,

    >
    > Yep, mostly. Asians too.
    >
    > Its harder with jews just because they arent as physically distinctive.
    >
    >> or because they have adopted characteristics of a bankrupt and sociopathic
    >> culture which values crime and low social and academic achievement?

    >
    > Nope, that doesnt explain the even more passionate hatred of the 'uppity'
    > individuals.


    >> As someone who numbers among his close personal friends,
    >> several black men and women, I can tell you that their skin color
    >> means nothing to me. These are intelligent, educated, and erudite
    >> people who want no part of that artificial African-American culture.
    >> They (and I) do look down on African Americans who have
    >> embraced that culture of non-success and non-achievement,
    >> though. Does that make me a "racist" does it make them racists?

    >
    > Nope.
    >
    >> It does make me a "Culturist" in that I tend to judge people on their
    >> cultural values, not their skin color or other physical ethnic
    >> manifestations.

    >
    > Yes, and that true in spades of those who sneer at the worst of the rabid
    > fundys too.
    >
    >> I think its true with Muslims too.

    >
    > Nope, there's a lot of them that arent rabid fundys.
    >
    >> Many call middle-eastern peoples "ragheads" not because
    >> they are Arab or Persian, but because they represent a
    >> dangerous religion who is at war with the western world.

    >
    > Or because they are silly enough to put rags on their heads.
    >
    >> People see Muslims in general as the enemy because there is no way
    >> for an individual to know which Muslims are hostile and which are not.

    >
    > Only the fools are that mindlessly one eyed.
    >
    >> This tendency to lump them all together because we
    >> cannot tell the good ones apart from the bad ones is
    >> fairly normal behavior under these circumstances.

    >
    > Under any circumstances, and it happens with 'christians' too.
    >
    >> The more alien the enemy's culture, the more likely people
    >> are to react that way. That's one reason why we interned
    >> Japanese-Americans during WWII and not German-Americans

    >
    > The english did intern germans, and they are very close
    > historically with krauts as their most recent kings etc.
    >
    >> (although many German nationals and recent immigrants
    >> living in the USA when the war started were deported).

    >
    > So that claim about the alienness of the culture has imploded.
    >
    >> Enough ranting for one day.

    >
    > Thats not a rant, not enough foam about the lips, too rational by far.
    >
    >
     
  8. aemeijers

    aemeijers Guest

    "SMS" <scharf.steven@geemail.com> wrote in message
    news:467ffa67$0$27157$742ec2ed@news.sonic.net...
    > Shawn Hirn wrote:
    >
    >> If this is the same military who's doing such a lousy job in Iraq, I am
    >> not all that concerned with their opinion on handheld devices.

    >
    > The military was put into an impossible situation. Under-staffed,
    > under-equipped, in a war that should never have happened. They are
    > probably doing the best that could be expected under the circumstances.
    > The people to blame aren't the one's getting killed, it's the State
    > Department people, and Bush's staff that were just so sure that all the
    > experts in foreign policy were wrong, and that the Iraqi's would just love
    > us to invade, destroy, and occupy their country.
    >
    > What's needed in the U.S. is to reinstate the draft. Once you start
    > drafting the more highly educated middle and upper class teenagers, rather
    > than depending on volunteers, you'd suddenly see a lot more outrage over
    > these foolish military adventures.

    Why drag innocent kids into it? What is needed is to change the law that any
    POTUS or Senator/Rep who starts a war or votes for it, is put ashore in the
    first wave. That is why we have a VPOTUS, so the prez isn't irreplacable.
    'Lead from the front', etc. Nobody under 25 or so should be allowed to
    volunteer for combat duty- they don't have the life experience to give
    informed consent.

    BTW, IMHO SCOTUS was wrong in the 1919 or so Arver decision, when they
    decided the draft wasn't a violation of 13th amendment. The hand-waving they
    did was way too much like soverign infallibility. Merely being born in a
    country, and residing there, implies no consent that the state has the right
    to force people into a situation that could lead to their injury or death.



    aem sends...
     
  9. I'm with you. I had the original smartphone (QCP-6250) back in '02,
    and I loved it! Got myself a Treo 650, and had it until February, when
    it finally crapped out. The insurance company sent me a 700, and I
    can't live without it! I just hope DHL isn't sending yours, 'cause it
    took them 2 weeks to get it to me. Worth the wait, though!
     
  10. zeez

    zeez Guest

    On Jun 25, 12:37 pm, "Rod Speed" <rod.speed....@gmail.com> wrote:
    > zeez <Ultim...@excite.com> wrote
    >
    > > Rod Speed <rod.speed....@gmail.com> wrote
    > >> Geoff Miller <geo...@lava.net> wrote
    > >>> Shawn Hirn <s...@comcast.net> writes
    > >>>> Buying a device like that is an example of what's
    > >>>> known in military aviation circles as "bad headwork."
    > >>>> If this is the same military who's doing such a lousy job in Iraq,
    > >>>> I am not all that concerned with their opinion on handheld devices.
    > >>> It isn't an opinion on handheld devices, you comprehension-deprived
    > >>> little leftist nitwit. It's a figure of speech.
    > >>> If you believe the military is doing a lousy job in Iraq, then
    > >>> perhaps you, a noted expert on military strategy and tactics, would
    > >>> be willing to edify the rest of us by offering some suggestions?
    > >> Let the stupid ragheads fight it out amoungst themselves.

    > > I don't like the fact that we are in Iraq to begin with

    >
    > Sure, but its a bit late for that now.


    Probaly because Fuhrer Bu$h keeps rejecting anything that has to do
    with a pull out
    date, to the point of vetoing a bill that would help save troops
    lives.

    http://www.armytimes.com/news/2007/05/gns_humvees_070507/

    >
    > > (or the fact that the US helped Saddam and
    > > Osama to become what they were/are).

    >
    > No they didnt with bin Laden.
    >


    Oh yeah?

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Osama_bin_Laden

    "Bin Laden was, though, a product of a monumental miscalculation by
    western security agencies. Throughout the 80s he was armed by the CIA
    and funded by the Saudis to wage jihad against the Russian occupation
    of Afghanistan. Al-Qaida, literally "the database", was originally the
    computer file of the thousands of mujahideen who were recruited and
    trained with help from the CIA to defeat the Russians.[43]"

    Heh, the good ol' CIA. The same CIA that flooded South Central Los
    Angeles with drugs. Why am I not
    suprised?

    > > Again, why are we involved there?

    >
    > The stupid idea that getting rid of Saddam would see the stupid raghead
    > welcome that and get their act into gear after that. In practice the stupid
    > ragheads are so stupid that they just looted everything in sight as soon as
    > they could and then proceeded to kill each other very enthusiastically indeed.
    >


    Bu$h fucked up big time. I think the real reason he went into Iraq
    was not because of 9/11, but to
    get revenge on Saddam when Saddam tried to off his father.

    > Hell of a contrast to what the japs and the krauts
    > managed when their arseholes were disposed of.
    >
    > Corse you can also claim that those country were fucked over much
    > more comprehensivey and so even the stupidest should have been
    > able to work out that they had better get their act into gear.
    >
    > > So far the WMDs haven't been found yet.

    >
    > That was always just an excuse, stupid.
    >
    > Just like the lie about the attack on the navy was with Vietnam.
    >



    Yep. Same old shit, different asshole in charge.

    > >> They just aint worth first world country kid's lives.
    > >> Even the stupid japs and krauts had enough of a clue to get
    > >> on with it once they had lost. Not the stupid ragheads tho.
    > >> Its possible that it might be possible to prevail after
    > >> 40 years or so given that even the stupid irish

    > > The Irish got fucked over pretty badly when they first step foot on this land.

    >
    > Nothing like what happened back in Ireland.
    >


    Many Irishmen went straight to the frontlines in the Civil War.

    > >> managed to come to their senses eventually but its
    > >> doubtful that the stupid ragheads can even manage that.

    > > Hitler is smiling at your racism :\

    >
    > Nope, he's been dead for quite a while now, stupid.


    Noooooo, ya think?
     
  11. Rod Speed

    Rod Speed Guest

    zeez <UltimaUW@excite.com> wrote
    > Rod Speed <rod.speed....@gmail.com> wrote
    >> zeez <Ultim...@excite.com> wrote
    >>> Rod Speed <rod.speed....@gmail.com> wrote
    >>>> Geoff Miller <geo...@lava.net> wrote
    >>>>> Shawn Hirn <s...@comcast.net> writes


    >>>>>> Buying a device like that is an example of what's
    >>>>>> known in military aviation circles as "bad headwork."
    >>>>>> If this is the same military who's doing such a lousy job in Iraq,
    >>>>>> I am not all that concerned with their opinion on handheld devices.


    >>>>> It isn't an opinion on handheld devices, you comprehension-deprived
    >>>>> little leftist nitwit. It's a figure of speech.


    >>>>> If you believe the military is doing a lousy job in Iraq, then
    >>>>> perhaps you, a noted expert on military strategy and tactics,
    >>>>> would be willing to edify the rest of us by offering some suggestions?


    >>>> Let the stupid ragheads fight it out amoungst themselves.


    >>> I don't like the fact that we are in Iraq to begin with


    >> Sure, but its a bit late for that now.


    > Probaly because Fuhrer Bu$h


    You wouldnt know what a real fuhrer was if one bit you on the lard arse, child.

    > keeps rejecting anything that has to do with a pull out date,


    Only a fool would give those stupid ragheads a pullout date, child.

    You fools qualify.

    > to the point of vetoing a bill that would help save troops lives.


    So would pulling out today, child.

    > http://www.armytimes.com/news/2007/05/gns_humvees_070507/


    >>> (or the fact that the US helped Saddam and
    >>> Osama to become what they were/are).


    >> No they didnt with bin Laden.


    > Oh yeah?


    Yep.

    > http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Osama_bin_Laden


    > "Bin Laden was, though, a product of a monumental miscalculation by
    > western security agencies. Throughout the 80s he was armed by the CIA


    Pig ignorant lie.

    > and funded by the Saudis


    Pig ignorant lie.

    > to wage jihad against the Russian occupation of Afghanistan.
    > Al-Qaida, literally "the database",


    Pig ignorant lie. There is no such word in arabic, fuckwit child.
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Al-Qaida#The_origin_of_the_name_.22al-Qaeda.22

    > was originally the computer file of the thousands of mujahideen who were
    > recruited and trained with help from the CIA to defeat the Russians.[43]"


    Pig ignorant lie.

    > Heh, the good ol' CIA. The same CIA that
    > flooded South Central Los Angeles with drugs.


    Just another of your pathetic little drug crazed fantasys, child.

    > Why am I not suprised?


    Because you're a sucker for that sort of pig ignorant shit, fuckwit child.

    >>> Again, why are we involved there?


    >> The stupid idea that getting rid of Saddam would see the stupid
    >> raghead welcome that and get their act into gear after that. In
    >> practice the stupid ragheads are so stupid that they just looted
    >> everything in sight as soon as they could and then proceeded to kill
    >> each other very enthusiastically indeed.


    > Bu$h fucked up big time.


    Yes, but even JFK did that.

    > I think the real reason he went into Iraq was not because of 9/11,
    > but to get revenge on Saddam when Saddam tried to off his father.


    More fool you. Have fun explaining why he fucked over Afghanistan too.

    >> Hell of a contrast to what the japs and the krauts
    >> managed when their arseholes were disposed of.


    >> Corse you can also claim that those country were fucked over much
    >> more comprehensivey and so even the stupidest should have been
    >> able to work out that they had better get their act into gear.


    >>> So far the WMDs haven't been found yet.


    >> That was always just an excuse, stupid.


    >> Just like the lie about the attack on the navy was with Vietnam.


    > Yep. Same old shit, different asshole in charge.


    No one is ever stupid enough to put fools like you in change of anything, child.

    >>>> They just aint worth first world country kid's lives.
    >>>> Even the stupid japs and krauts had enough of a clue to get
    >>>> on with it once they had lost. Not the stupid ragheads tho.
    >>>> Its possible that it might be possible to prevail after
    >>>> 40 years or so given that even the stupid irish
    >>> The Irish got fucked over pretty badly when they first step foot on this land.


    >> Nothing like what happened back in Ireland.


    > Many Irishmen went straight to the frontlines in the Civil War.


    Yep, it was that or starve, child.

    >>>> managed to come to their senses eventually but its
    >>>> doubtful that the stupid ragheads can even manage that.


    >>> Hitler is smiling at your racism :\


    >> Nope, he's been dead for quite a while now, stupid.


    > Noooooo, ya think?


    Not a shred of evidence that you are actually capable of thought, fuckwit child.
     
  12. Kurt

    Kurt Guest

    In article <1182850319.019693.156680@i38g2000prf.googlegroups.com>,
    zeez <UltimaUW@excite.com> wrote:

    > On Jun 26, 12:13 am, "bepp...@gmail.com" <bepp...@gmail.com> wrote:
    > > I'm with you. I had the original smartphone (QCP-6250) back in '02,
    > > and I loved it! Got myself a Treo 650, and had it until February, when
    > > it finally crapped out. The insurance company sent me a 700, and I
    > > can't live without it! I just hope DHL isn't sending yours, 'cause it
    > > took them 2 weeks to get it to me. Worth the wait, though!

    >
    >
    >
    > I';ve been salivating at the thought of getting a Treo for some time
    > now (and a Windows mobile one at that,
    > because of application support. Yes, I'm no fan of M$ but still....)


    I've had a Treo for 2 years and I'm not salivating. It's not bad, but
    still not easy to use.

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  13. zombie13

    zombie13 New Member

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    random, i searched for rock guitar ringtones and this was the only post that came up! Good discussion tho. I have gone from Nokia - Blackberry Iphone -Samsung GS2 back to iphone. Apple does such fine work of manufacture quality mixed with usability on a consumer scale that means even my wife loves them. (complete non tech)
     

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