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Sounds like a giant





with extra sauce!


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That would by Hoyt. He claimed he can tell if someone is carrying from 100 yards away. He also claims to have personally disarmed someone, took the gun apart and threw the bits into the bushes.

Next time he posts that claim someone should demand that he link to a record of the lawsuit he lost forcing him to pay for what he destroyed. Or his hospital records for the consequences of his assault.
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They keep ignoring all the  [laughter] inserted in the transcript. Sort of makes one think someone was making a joke or not really taking it seriously.

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That would by Hoyt. He claimed he can tell if someone is carrying from 100 yards away. He also claims to have personally disarmed someone, took the gun apart and threw the bits into the bushes.

Thanks!  That's right up there with pointing a shotgun at the Secretary of Defense's chest and the infamous Yellow highlighter DUmmie.  :rofl:
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malaise (172,657 posts)


Let me remind DUers that ReTHUGs are all involved in this treason

https://www.washingtonpost.com/apps/g/page/national/read-the-transcript-of-the-conversation-among-gop-leaders-obtained-by-the-post/2209/
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The conversation provides a glimpse at the internal views of GOP leaders who now find themselves under mounting pressure over the conduct of President Trump. The exchange, which was obtained by The Washington Post, shows that the Republican leadership in the House privately discussed Russia's involvement in the 2016 election and Trump's relationship to Putin, but wanted to keep their concerns secret. House majority leader to colleagues in 2016: 'I think Putin pays' Trump.

Once again - read page 5 of the transcript. Paul Ryan told them to keep this secret.
Then they denied that they said this until they heard that it was recorded.

Lock them all up!!
https://upload.democraticunderground.com/100210643025

OH NOES!!!!!!!!!!!!! She is on to us!  :whatever:
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The DUmpster / Re: King Atheist MineralMan drops some wisdom...
« Last post by FunkyZero on Today at 07:04:24 AM »
MineralMan
2. Well, since I'm an atheist, I thing it's evidence of non-existence,
but if it's not that, clearly any deity that might exists is clearly not paying attention or is unwilling to do anything to protect children in such circumstances. And, as you say, prayer isn't doing much good, either.


You can't expect a hatetheist to understand how God operates this project.
The rare atheist would probably ponder the idea just for the sake of actually thinking, but not the hatetheist...  they live for one thing only.
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The National Park Service issued notice Monday of its intent to amend regulations for sport hunting and trapping in national preserves to bring the federal rules in line with Alaska state law.
They miss the money shot of the story. Local governments are better able to manage their own wildlife than a federal bureaucracy thousands of miles away.
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Al Gore weeps.  (from his power hungry mansion)
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Another win for home schooling! If this actually took off, parents would see how little return their ever increasing property taxes were getting from public schools
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The DUmpster / Re: King Atheist MineralMan drops some wisdom...
« Last post by FlaGator on Today at 06:06:21 AM »
This is basically the old "Since evil exists in the world then God must not exist." Which on the surface implies more about mankind than it does about God. A better question is "If God doesn't exist then why is there any good in the world at all?"
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