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#102varusword75, Posted: Nov 15 2011 at 9:57 AM, Rating: Sub-Default, (Expand Post) lilwoc,
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This is liberalism. This is academia.
How dare the liberal whores let the Republicans get away with pedophilia?!
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This is liberalism. This is academia.

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Homosexuality used to be seen as a mental disorder

So was ************* Society moves forward past those antiquated notions even if some intellectual cavemen whine and ***** about it.
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Heard that interview as well.

I'm sure his lawyers are face-palming right about now.
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#107varusword75, Posted: Nov 15 2011 at 11:00 AM, Rating: Sub-Default, (Expand Post) Joph,
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And apparently it's moving towards total acceptance of nambla/penn st.

Oh, hi Slippery Slope fallacy!
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**** it- I just rated varus up. Stupid mobile browser.

And I also just found out that Swype was indeed set to Espanol. No wonder the predictive typing kept putting accents on everything. Knew there was a reason I kept using the physical keyboard.
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And anyone that thinks the professors and everyone else didn't know what was going on is only fooling themselves. This was an institutional practice and in a highly liberal college setting there was no one with the moral strength to stand up to this ideology.


Then why didn't Paterno, a staunch Republican, inform the police?

PS: Sandusky is a registered Republican, which is easy to verify by looking at Pennsylvania voter registration records

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Then why didn't Paterno, a staunch Republican, inform the police?


Because he's a log cabin republican. The homosexual agenda has infiltrated the GOP as well. Of course so have liberal democrats, we call them rino's.



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Homosexuals have infiltrated the GOP as well.
Which is why you're defending Sandusky.
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Because he's a log cabin republican. The homosexual agenda has infiltrated the GOP as well. Of course so have liberal democrats, we call them rino's.
you really need stricter controls on who you let into your grand old party.
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#116varusword75, Posted: Nov 15 2011 at 2:39 PM, Rating: Sub-Default, (Expand Post) Elinda,
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I agree. We'll take the mexicans if you take the f*gs.


What about Mexican f*gs?


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We'll take the mexicans if you take the f*gs.
But Papa Bush already approves of Sandusky.
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We'll take the mexicans

Hurtin' for votes? Smiley: laugh
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#120varusword75, Posted: Nov 15 2011 at 2:47 PM, Rating: Sub-Default, (Expand Post) Joph,
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It says a lot about Varus, the nature of the Internet, and my own personal dirty mindedness that every time he says "dp" I think of an entirely different meaning than what he intended.

Considering the topic of this subject, that's really disturbing.
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Smiley: lol Here I was going to say something along those lines myself.

Yes, Sandusky should be punished regardless of what happened with the child and Sandusky's woodpecker. The fact that he was rough housing with the kid in the shower should be grounds for a long time in prison.

It is odd though that Varus would get such a hard forum ***** at the thought of Sandusky getting his freak on with a child though. I mean, if it was an adult I would understand but a child seems a bit out of place even for him.
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It says a lot about Varus, the nature of the Internet, and my own personal dirty mindedness that every time he says "dp" I think of an entirely different meaning than what he intended.

Considering the topic of this subject, that's really disturbing.
I feel dumb. What else does dp mean?
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catwho wrote:
It says a lot about Varus, the nature of the Internet, and my own personal dirty mindedness that every time he says "dp" I think of an entirely different meaning than what he intended.

Considering the topic of this subject, that's really disturbing.
I feel dumb. What else does dp mean?


Like most things in life a quick google image search with the filter off will answer your question. Oh and don't do it at work...
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Hey search google with the phrase "do a barrel roll".
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It says a lot about Varus, the nature of the Internet, and my own personal dirty mindedness that every time he says "dp" I think of an entirely different meaning than what he intended.

Considering the topic of this subject, that's really disturbing.
I feel dumb. What else does dp mean?


Like most things in life a quick google image search with the filter off will answer your question. Oh and don't do it at work...


I'm not even sure during which stage of my internet life I learned the naughty meaning, but it must have been early on.
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Hey search google with the phrase "do a barrel roll".


Sure, I'll bite.

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#129varusword75, Posted: Nov 15 2011 at 3:56 PM, Rating: Sub-Default, (Expand Post) crimmy,
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You must be a member of nambla.
Says the guy who's spent two days trying to defend Sandusky.
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Joph,

nah just figured there were a lot more mexicans than f*gs. And mexicans are less likely to become evil attorneys.


ITT varus implies that gays are highly educated, as only educated people become attorneys.
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#132 Nov 15 2011 at 4:58 PM Rating: Excellent
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crimmy,

You must be a member of nambla.



Sorry to disappoint you there Varus but alas we can't be BFF's at your local nambla meeting. Nor will I like to see pictures of your most recent boy toy. I prefer my partner to be old enough to have a drink with and enjoy the finer things in life like okra orchestral pieces and not be required to worry about getting them home so they can get enough sleep before they have to go back to elementary school. To each their own I suppose.
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It says a lot about Varus, the nature of the Internet, and my own personal dirty mindedness that every time he says "dp" I think of an entirely different meaning than what he intended.

Considering the topic of this subject, that's really disturbing.
I feel dumb. What else does dp mean?


Since Varus is from Tennessee, I thought it may be for Dolly Parton. His way of admitting he's one of the biggest boobs in the state.
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C'mon guys, haven't you seen the PSA about this in school?

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=17u01_sWjRE
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#135varusword75, Posted: Nov 17 2011 at 12:56 PM, Rating: Sub-Default, (Expand Post) bard,
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ITT: Fight intelligence with ignorance, the Christian way!
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They are very intelligent and very well organized. That's why those who value judeo-christian ideals must be just as determined.


Note: being just as intelligent not requisite.
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#138varusword75, Posted: Nov 17 2011 at 1:04 PM, Rating: Sub-Default, (Expand Post) Eske,
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Just as determined to get an education.
From a college drop out.
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Just as determined to stand up for their principles
Said from someone who has no problems sinning if it means he can have a better time.
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Just as determined in enligthening the general public as to the health risks.
From a promiscuous sinner.

It's a good thing you're this transparent. If you had a pair of brain cells you could rub together to get those neural synapse to fire for a moment you might actually be convincing.
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Guess I struck a nerve. Smiley: lol

You can keep spamming the post button, but you really only need to Godwin's once for your point to be moot, thanks.
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Hitler was also intelligent. Lot's of intelligent people are consumed by evil and sin.


Not at all, Hitler was influenced mostly by his Christian values of Jew hating and unquestioning devotion to the Pope. He was a good little Catholic. Smiley: schooled
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The Catholic church in Germany declared a national day of prayer on his birthday, didn't they? The Pope at the time also refused to condemn Hitler's actions, something the church recently apologised for.

Anti-Semitism was the official policy of most churches until a few years after the war. Not saying the official policy of the majority of Christian churches directly lead to Hilter's policies, but they certainly had some impact.
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The Catholic church in Germany declared a national day of prayer on his birthday, didn't they?

Did they? My brief search states that Cardinal Adolf Bertram (head guy in Germany) sent him birthday wishes in 1939. That would have been in April, about five months before WWII. I don't know how unusual it is for the church's national heads to send well-wishes to the head of state.
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The Pope at the time also refused to condemn Hitler's actions, something the church recently apologised for.

No one at the time was seriously condemning their actions. Remember how the US opened their gates to all the oppressed Jewish people during the 1930s?

Oh, that's right, they didn't. They grabbed some scientists and the rest could get bent. Of course, the best soundbite to describe the situation came from Australia when asked to allow Jewish immigration:
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My husband and I are in the DINK category but we're straight. We're also not lawyers.

Gotta love those broad, sweeping generalizations.
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Lot's of intelligent people are consumed by evil and sin.

Take the hierarchy of the Catholic Church, for example. Rampant paedophilia and massive denial/coverup scandals? Might as well be a Big-10 football program!
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Does anyone know which talk radio lunatic coined this term? It's almost a bit too risque for Rush. Is it Boortz or something?
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You realize that it easily applies to hetero couples with no kids as well, yes?
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#150 Nov 18 2011 at 7:08 AM Rating: Good
DINK is really the commonly accepted term for couples without kids? It sounds like a clever acronym that lets someone use a pejorative without technically doing so.
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#151 Nov 18 2011 at 7:11 AM Rating: Good
I'll eat some crow now. I just looked it up, and it is a legitimate term. Sorry, it came from Varus, and I made a false assumption.
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