What is your reaction to Wednesday's votes on the gun control legislation before the U.S. Senate?
Captain Nemo said
"When did you do that, brrrrk and why?"
Let's just say there's been some talk (the B word) pertaining to Juggy, but in spite of his opinion that I don't support free speech, I went "to bat" for him.... no more.
You are vile, juggy. Vile as the scum under your sweaty arse. I wouldn't touch you with the "lipz" of rasputin, sweetheart. You just keep on keeping on...until you're gone. It won't take you long.
Nemo, Bully is the right word for it. His poor mother probably didn't keep him on the teat long enough as a baby.
Got to go but I will be back tomorrow. Have a good evening, some of you.
Sorry, Nimrod. Bus doesn't stop near my house. You are out of luck. But, consider yourself lucky--you wouldn't make it near my house. I'm pretty good with a rifle and would be delighted to test my shot if someone were on my property with the intent to inflict bodily harm.
Love puddles, Nimrod.
MamaG: I like em feisty--keep it coming, big girl!
MamaG called me "sweetheart"! I'm pretty sure I'm gonna get lucky soon. MamaG's got the hots for the Jugster!
You're funny, dumba$$.
You call me a liar every time I have posted on this site... except when I made a facetious remark about you being smarter than I.
You're a joke, fella.
You are the joke and a fool yogi.
You have constantly called me a liar on any subject I have posted on this site. How can you call me a liar when you don't even know what I'm "talking" about?
You've been calling me a liar for postings I've made referring to Barack Obama's autobiography. Is he a liar, too?
I'm sorry, excuse me; I know he's the biggest liar in DC because you obviously don't believe what he wrote in his autobiography.
Sorry, I hit the button twice.
You sure are sorry, yogi.
you people who think the US has harsh penalties for murderers need to focus on the middle east for a while. Expend your energies over there:
GENEVA (AP) - The U.N.'s top human rights officials is condemning Iraq's widespread use of the death penalty, comparing it to a slaughterhouse.
U.N. High Commissioner for Human Rights Navi Pillay says Iraq's justice system is "too seriously flawed to warrant even a limited application of the death penalty," let alone its execution of 33 people in the past month or its plans to put another 150 people to death.
Pillay said in a statement Friday that "executing people in batches like this is obscene. It is like processing animals in a slaughterhouse."
Her office says Iraq executed 129 people in 2012.
At a press briefing her spokesman, Rupert Colville, derided the executions as a "conveyor belt of executions" and said 1,400 people are believed to be on death row in Iraq.
And please, stop disrespecting Yogi. Just have some kind dialogue. And the Jug is a nuisance; he won't last long on this site. Those kinds never do.
Did they really catch and kill one of the marathon bombers? Or is that story bogus?
The Senate, in effect, rejected gun control completely.