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#1 Oct 20 2012 at 3:39 PM Rating: Good
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Considering the amount of effort the Romney campaign has put into painting Iran as a threat with which diplomacy would be impossible, they have to be quite unhappy right now. Especially since there isn't nearly enough time before the next debate for damage control.

I'll be interested to see if they change tune or not, since both stances could have big ramifications.
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A tactic designed to undercut Romney's bid because they're afraid of him.

I'm voting Romney, now.
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I can see how these talks will go...

Iran: Stop sabotaging our labs and let us make our bombs!
US: *trollface*
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I can see how these talks will go...

Iran: Stop sabotaging our labs and let us make our bombs!
US: *trollface*

US: Sure! We won't do anything!
Israel: *trollface*
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I forget, are we supposed to want one-on-one negotiations, or multilateral?

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I forget, are we supposed to want one-on-one negotiations, or multilateral?



We are supposed to want an Iran that's been turned to glass.
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Clearly those filthy muslims have chosen this time to directly interfere with the US election because they favor Obama. Christ isn't it obvious that Obama is in bed with the Muslim Jihadists. This was planned by the Obama and his Muslim brother Ahmegnejkxgfeuiw. or however the @#%^ he spells his Muslim @#%^ing name.

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You're a @#%^ing idiot. Yuppy maggot attempting to humanize monsters. Know what they do to little girls in muslim countries that speak out for educatiin. Why don't you check into life without milosovic for Christians.


Teach them to spell the word education?
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I'm ok with negotiations, so long as the negotiations are short and too the point. We already know Iran negotiates in bad faith and flouts the opposite ofeverything they ever have agreed to. All they are trying to do is buy time. So our negotiations should simply be: "the nuke site, or the regime. pick one and let us know by tomorrow " Anything else and we really might as well not bother because even if they agree to something they won't stick with it, and anyone who believes that This time is different than the dozens of previous times at the table is kidding themselves.
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#12 Oct 21 2012 at 12:43 AM Rating: Excellent
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TirithRR wrote:
trickybeck wrote:

I forget, are we supposed to want one-on-one negotiations, or multilateral?



We are supposed to want an Iran that's been turned to glass.


You're a @#%^ing idiot. Yuppy maggot attempting to humanize monsters. Know what they do to little girls in muslim countries that speak out for educatiin. Why don't you check into life without milosovic for Christians.

Interestingly enough this has been getting a ton of play in Pakistan, pretty much all sympathetic, which has now caused the Taliban to make all sorts of new threats. The Taliban clearly is a problem, Muslim countries, not so much.
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#13 Oct 21 2012 at 6:34 AM Rating: Decent
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TirithRR wrote:
trickybeck wrote:

I forget, are we supposed to want one-on-one negotiations, or multilateral?



We are supposed to want an Iran that's been turned to glass.


You're a @#%^ing idiot. Yuppy maggot attempting to humanize monsters. Know what they do to little girls in muslim countries that speak out for educatiin. Why don't you check into life without milosovic for Christians.


Actually, from the simple research I've been able to do, that's not really a major issue in Iran. The girl who got shot for speaking out, was shot, by extremist rebels, not a government entity of any sort, in a country with somewhat strong ties to the US.

You're basically making a very offensive blanket statement about an entire area of the world, and an entire religion, which, in it's far more common non-extremist form, is actually quite peaceful, because of some isolated events, that only seem more common, because of news coverage.

Also, I may be reading that wrong, but did you just say not having Milosovic around is a bad thing for anyone? Because that's how it looks to anyone with basic reading comprehension skills.
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You're a @#%^ing idiot. Yuppy maggot attempting to humanize monsters. Know what they do to little girls in muslim countries that speak out for educatiin. Why don't you check into life without milosovic for Christians.


Teach them to spell the word education?

Then they shoot them in the head. Smiley: frown
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Also, I may be reading that wrong, but did you just say not having Milosovic around is a bad thing for anyone? Because that's how it looks to anyone with basic reading comprehension skills.

That's called "Trolling", son.
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Back in my day, these were trolls.

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#18 Oct 22 2012 at 7:33 AM Rating: Excellent
I was throwing those trolls around and got one in the light fixture where it promptly started to melt. My parents rescued it, but after that my sister was terrified of the melted troll. I probably told her that if she touched it her face would start melting or something.

Good times.
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I was throwing those trolls around and got one in the light fixture where it promptly started to melt. My parents rescued it, but after that my sister was terrified of the melted troll. I probably told her that if she touched it her face would start melting or something.

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crazylegz1975 wrote:
TirithRR wrote:
trickybeck wrote:

I forget, are we supposed to want one-on-one negotiations, or multilateral?



We are supposed to want an Iran that's been turned to glass.


You're a @#%^ing idiot. Yuppy maggot attempting to humanize monsters. Know what they do to little girls in muslim countries that speak out for educatiin. Why don't you check into life without milosovic for Christians.
FO Varus. You think that girl put her life on the line to defend her 'evil' country?

There's no devil on this earth. Only ignorants. (and i'm pointing my finger at you).
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*****, please.
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Debalic wrote:
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Back in my day, these were trolls.

*****, please.

The first trolls lived under the bridge and harassed the billy goats.
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Elinda wrote:
Debalic wrote:
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*****, please.

The first trolls lived under the bridge and harassed the billy goats were tricked by Gandalf and turned to stone.

Smiley: schooled
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*****, please.

The first trolls lived under the bridge and harassed the billy goats.


And in their spare time they invented Goatse.
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*****, please.
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Internet "trolling" originally referred to fishing "trolling"; that is, dragging a piece of bait through the water to see what bites. The connection to folklore/fairy tale beasties came later. Smiley: schooled
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Debalic wrote:
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Back in my day, these were trolls.

*****, please.

The first trolls lived under the bridge and harassed the billy goats were tricked by Gandalf and turned to stone.

Smiley: schooled

Bridge Trolls existed long before Middle-Earth trolls.

...and before trolling motors.



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You have Muslims in you? No wonder you're so butthurt all the time.
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#32 Oct 23 2012 at 12:12 PM Rating: Decent
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No these aren't extremists. They are typical muslims in typical muslim countries doing typical muslim things.

Only radical liberal apologist think most mulsims in the me aren't anti west pro sharia law.


As someone who has actually read the Koran, and looked into both modern and "classical"(is this the right word?)Islam a bit, I'm just going to disagree with your first claim.

I don't have any statistics to refute your second claim, but I personally think you're wrong on that one. On every single thing you said, from the beginning to the end of your sentence.
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I dunno, I think there's definitely a possibility that there's a Muslim in him.
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I dunno, I think there's definitely a possibility that there's a Muslim in him.


But there's no known factual basis for that claim.

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Only radical liberal apologist think most mulsims in the me aren't anti west pro sharia law.


Now, I don't doubt that there is a person, possibly named Mulsim, in him, but we can't prove that that person is a muslim.

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No these aren't extremists. They are typical muslims in typical muslim countries doing typical muslim things.

Only radical liberal apologist think most mulsims in the me aren't anti west pro sharia law.


As someone who has actually read the Koran, and looked into both modern and "classical"(is this the right word?)Islam a bit, I'm just going to disagree with your first claim.

I don't have any statistics to refute your second claim, but I personally think you're wrong on that one. On every single thing you said, from the beginning to the end of your sentence.


So you've read the koran lol. Guess that makes you an expert. You don't have any statistics to verify anything. We know this.

So did you manage to read the part on how infidels are treated? Or how about the part where Mohammed led brutal vicious campaigns against nonbelievers did that escape your attention?


No more so than the very similar things throughout the bible. Based on what I can find on the internet, given that for pages and pages of searching all I can find is heavily biased numbers, I've found that a plausible range for the percentage of muslims who are extremist who do take every word to heart, follow sharia law, and in some percentage of cases, become terrorists, is somewhere between 9% and 15%. In any case, even at the high end of that, you have the vast majority of Muslims who follow the modern, more liberal forms of Islam.

It may seem that they're all fervent believers in the old ways of Islam because only things that are big happen to be reported on the news, not for the money made off of exciting news stories, but because normal people doing normal things isn't newsworthy, and really shouldn't be.
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So did you manage to read the part on how infidels are treated? Or how about the part where Mohammed led brutal vicious campaigns against nonbelievers did that escape your attention?

Book of Judges, right?
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So did you manage to read the part on how infidels are treated? Or how about the part where Mohammed led brutal vicious campaigns against nonbelievers did that escape your attention?
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