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I was out with Peggy and Ethel tonight, two sisters from Zambia.

Peggy's now actually British as a result of her application to become a British
national.

Ethel, her older sister spends a lot of time both here and in the USA as well as
in Zambia.

She said the nicest thing possible I can think of about being here. To quote her
verbatim "I love this country".


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John Fields wrote:

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I was out with Peggy and Ethel tonight, two sisters from Zambia.

Peggy's now actually British as a result of her application to become a British
national.

Ethel, her older sister spends a lot of time both here and in the USA as well as
in Zambia.

She said the nicest thing possible I can think of about being here. To quote her
verbatim "I love this country".


---
Well, I guess -9.9 _is_ better than Zambia's -10 but, if she loves
the UK so much, how come she hasn't applied for citizenship yet?

Maybe she's hedging her bets and is willing to queue up at Ellis
Island and take her place in America, where she'll be free to tell
us how wrong we were in letting her in?


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John Fields wrote:

Eeyore wrote:
John Fields wrote:

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I was out with Peggy and Ethel tonight, two sisters from Zambia.

Peggy's now actually British as a result of her application to become a British
national.

Ethel, her older sister spends a lot of time both here and in the USA as well as
in Zambia.

She said the nicest thing possible I can think of about being here. To quote her
verbatim "I love this country".


---
Well, I guess -9.9 _is_ better than Zambia's -10 but, if she loves
the UK so much, how come she hasn't applied for citizenship yet?


She'd have to be living here long term to apply.


Maybe she's hedging her bets and is willing to queue up at Ellis
Island and take her place in America, where she'll be free to tell
us how wrong we were in letting her in?


She's not keen about the arrogance of Americans. She likes the Canadians better.

Graham

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John Fields wrote:

Eeyore wrote:
John Fields wrote:

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I was out with Peggy and Ethel tonight, two sisters from Zambia.

Peggy's now actually British as a result of her application to become a British
national.

Ethel, her older sister spends a lot of time both here and in the USA as well as
in Zambia.

She said the nicest thing possible I can think of about being here. To quote her
verbatim "I love this country".


---
Well, I guess -9.9 _is_ better than Zambia's -10 but, if she loves
the UK so much, how come she hasn't applied for citizenship yet?


She'd have to be living here long term to apply.


Maybe she's hedging her bets and is willing to queue up at Ellis
Island and take her place in America, where she'll be free to tell
us how wrong we were in letting her in?


She's not keen about the arrogance of Americans.


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Geez, _all_ of us? Sounds to me like she's fallen for your line.
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She likes the Canadians better.


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Why not hook her up with Homer, then, and see where that goes?

Never mind, that would just be cruel...


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John Fields wrote:

Eeyore wrote:
John Fields wrote:
Eeyore wrote:

She said the nicest thing possible I can think of about being here. To quote

her verbatim "I love this country".

---
Well, I guess -9.9 _is_ better than Zambia's -10 but, if she loves
the UK so much, how come she hasn't applied for citizenship yet?


She'd have to be living here long term to apply.


Maybe she's hedging her bets and is willing to queue up at Ellis
Island and take her place in America, where she'll be free to tell
us how wrong we were in letting her in?


She's not keen about the arrogance of Americans.


---
Geez, _all_ of us? Sounds to me like she's fallen for your line.


She's perfectly well aware of the issues.

And she dislikes the American warmongering stance too.


Graham

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John Fields wrote:

Eeyore wrote:
John Fields wrote:
Eeyore wrote:

She said the nicest thing possible I can think of about being here. To quote
her verbatim "I love this country".

---
Well, I guess -9.9 _is_ better than Zambia's -10 but, if she loves
the UK so much, how come she hasn't applied for citizenship yet?

She'd have to be living here long term to apply.


Maybe she's hedging her bets and is willing to queue up at Ellis
Island and take her place in America, where she'll be free to tell
us how wrong we were in letting her in?

She's not keen about the arrogance of Americans.


---
Geez, _all_ of us? Sounds to me like she's fallen for your line.


She's perfectly well aware of the issues.

And she dislikes the American warmongering stance too.


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Goddam, but you're an obnoxious son of a bitch, Graham.

Talking about being a warmonger, take a look at yourself, you
hateful piece of ****. Always just waiting to start an argument
with your America hating bull**** leading you on.


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John Fields wrote:

Eeyore wrote:
John Fields wrote:
Eeyore wrote:
John Fields wrote:
Eeyore wrote:

She said the nicest thing possible I can think of about being here. To

quote her verbatim "I love this country".

---
Well, I guess -9.9 _is_ better than Zambia's -10 but, if she loves
the UK so much, how come she hasn't applied for citizenship yet?

She'd have to be living here long term to apply.


Maybe she's hedging her bets and is willing to queue up at Ellis
Island and take her place in America, where she'll be free to tell
us how wrong we were in letting her in?

She's not keen about the arrogance of Americans.

---
Geez, _all_ of us? Sounds to me like she's fallen for your line.


She's perfectly well aware of the issues.

And she dislikes the American warmongering stance too.


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Goddam, but you're an obnoxious son of a bitch, Graham.


No you are.

People the world round are sick of seeing Americans raining down their bombs on poor
people in poor countries.

Don't you call it 'bringing them democracy' too ? Bwahahahahahaha !

You know what the classic retort is to the bully ? " Take on someone your own size ".

Graham

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People the world round are sick of seeing Americans raining down their bombs on poor
people in poor countries.

Don't you call it 'bringing them democracy' too ? Bwahahahahahaha !

You know what the classic retort is to the bully ? " Take on someone your own size ".

Graham



You really think that YOU can speak for the whole world?

If all you had to be was a poor country to be bombed, all of Europe
would have been left to fend for themselves in WW-II. You wouldn't be
there, and we wouldn't have even had to waste any bombs, till the winner
was left to fend for themselves, while trying to control the countries
they conquered. Its too bad you're down to your last neuron, dumb Ass.


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On Mon, 04 Jun 2007 16:55:12 GMT, Eeyore
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John Fields wrote:

Eeyore wrote:
John Fields wrote:
Eeyore wrote:
John Fields wrote:
Eeyore wrote:

She said the nicest thing possible I can think of about being here. To
quote her verbatim "I love this country".

---
Well, I guess -9.9 _is_ better than Zambia's -10 but, if she loves
the UK so much, how come she hasn't applied for citizenship yet?

She'd have to be living here long term to apply.


Maybe she's hedging her bets and is willing to queue up at Ellis
Island and take her place in America, where she'll be free to tell
us how wrong we were in letting her in?

She's not keen about the arrogance of Americans.

---
Geez, _all_ of us? Sounds to me like she's fallen for your line.

She's perfectly well aware of the issues.

And she dislikes the American warmongering stance too.


---
Goddam, but you're an obnoxious son of a bitch, Graham.


No you are.


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"No you are"???

Is that the best you can do? Parrot, you lame ass mother****er?

I read all this crap, from you, about how great you are and how
proud you are that you went up against the "meow" and somehow
managed to live through it all and blah, and blah, and blah, but all
I see is a narcissistic self-centered asshole who's always picking
fights trying to win a war of attrition. You sure as hell ran
screaming from auk, though, didn't you, you ****ing coward?
---

People the world round are sick of seeing Americans raining down their bombs on poor
people in poor countries.


---
We don't generally "rain down" our bombs any more, since it's much
more cost-effective to use intelligent munitions with which we can
take out selected assets with little collateral damage.

However, as Michael pointed out, out thunderstorms of bombs into
Germany (and Japan) is exactly what's allowed nancing little
ingrates like you to become such vocal ****heels.

But why would that matter to you since, of course, you perpetually
propagate the myth that we're somehow less than human? Kinda like
the same thing the Jews were up against with their Nazi overlords.

Nein, Herr Stephenson?
---

Don't you call it 'bringing them democracy' too ? Bwahahahahahaha !


---
Gotta get rid of the bad guys in order to give the good guys a
chance, otherwise the bad guys will be at it forever. Even your
Royals had to step down, no?
---

You know what the classic retort is to the bully ? " Take on someone your own size ".


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Hmm... I thought it was Satyagraha.


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You know what the classic retort is to the bully ? " Take on someone
your own size ".

Graham


I remember what it was like last time we were up against someone our own
size. (In fact they outnumbered us 4x in troops, 5x in tanks, 5x in planes,
3x in ships, etc). You guys on the left were nothing but their useful
idiots (and that's how *they* described you).


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Tom Del Rosso wrote:

Eeyore wrote:

You know what the classic retort is to the bully ? " Take on someone
your own size ".


I remember what it was like last time we were up against someone our own
size. (In fact they outnumbered us 4x in troops, 5x in tanks, 5x in planes,
3x in ships, etc).


You weren't 'up against them' though were you ? Besides, the numbers ratios are
almost meaningless since their quality was so inferior in many ways.

I also don't recall the Soviet Navy having that many ships to begin with.

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Tom Del Rosso wrote:

Eeyore wrote:

You know what the classic retort is to the bully ? " Take on someone
your own size ".


I remember what it was like last time we were up against someone our own
size. (In fact they outnumbered us 4x in troops, 5x in tanks, 5x in planes,
3x in ships, etc).


You weren't 'up against them' though were you ? Besides, the numbers ratios are
almost meaningless since their quality was so inferior in many ways.


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Yeah, right.

You were so much better off when a bullet which was aimed at your
head hit you in the heart.
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I also don't recall the Soviet Navy having that many ships to begin with.


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No one had that many ships "to begin with", asshole.


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John Fields wrote:

Eeyore wrote:
Tom Del Rosso wrote:
Eeyore wrote:

You know what the classic retort is to the bully ? " Take on someone
your own size ".

I remember what it was like last time we were up against someone our own
size. (In fact they outnumbered us 4x in troops, 5x in tanks, 5x in planes,
3x in ships, etc).


You weren't 'up against them' though were you ? Besides, the numbers ratios are

almost meaningless since their quality was so inferior in many ways.

---
Yeah, right.

You were so much better off when a bullet which was aimed at your
head hit you in the heart.


Not the same thing at all.


I also don't recall the Soviet Navy having that many ships to begin with.


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No one had that many ships "to begin with", asshole.


Try 1947. ASSHOLE !

Cold War

After the war [WW2] , the Soviets concluded that they needed to be able to compete
with the West at all costs. They embarked upon a program to match the West, if not
qualitatively, then at least quantitatively.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Soviet_Navy


To *MATCH* the West ! And not even on quality !

Where were these all these ships that outnumbered us ?

Another lie you were taught at school ? Like the infamous 'missile gap' perhaps ?
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Missile_gap

And the 'bomber gap' too.

How many B52s were built ? Only 744.

Graham

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On Mon, 04 Jun 2007 22:30:14 GMT, Eeyore
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You weren't 'up against them' though were you ? Besides, the numbers
ratios are almost meaningless since their quality was so inferior in
many ways.


Our tanks were inferior in WWII. We won on numbers.


I also don't recall the Soviet Navy having that many ships to begin
with.


We outnumbered them 3:1 when we blockaded Cuba. A lot of those ships were
from WWII and were soon retired. They tripled their number after that, and
by the late-70s outnumbered us 3:1.

And you don't understand the missile gap at all. Ike the Republican ordered
the U2 flights that confirmed it was not real. The Dems used it as a
campaign issue anyway because they are political opportunists. Just like
JFK used info from his secret briefing on Cuba to score a point in one of
the debates.

But by the 70s they also surpassed us in ICBMs.

But you were a useful idiot before and after they caught up (again, that's
their term).


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