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Pride and Perjury

Harold206 Wrote: Sep 25, 2014 11:53 AM
Don't you just love it when the truth trumps the lie? Ah, if only we could cross-examine the lying liberal candidates who tell such big whoppers about their opponents with that passe phrase "I'm (fill in the name) and I approve of this message." One other unrelated question: Why didn't we have someone this savvy to challenge Clinton on his response, "That depends on what your definition of 'is' is." All that was needed was substitution of 'was' for 'is' and he would have been caught red-faced in the lie.
Amazing that there are only four comments on this debate, so far, and one of those is a duplicate. One thing I would add... Carbon is the elixir of life, not CO2. We all learned in elementary school that carbon dioxide (ie - CO2) and oxygen are both essential for life, and that they are mutually and beneficially produced by animals (CO2) and plants (O) for each other in a continuous cycle of life. We can never have too much of one or the other.
You must be Irish! That's a nifty Limerick.
No, you idiot, we hoped that he would fail to accomplish his goal of changing the USA into the model of the USSR. The only thing he seems to WIN are the votes of the ignoramuses like you. Everything else he tries is an abject failure.
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What Drives Anti-Fracking Zealots?

Harold206 Wrote: Sep 21, 2014 12:58 PM
I disagree with the poster who calls itself jleonard. Estimates are just that and are always subject to revision. And since virtually every estimate I've ever seen has been revised, the 30 to 80 year estimate cited is just a wild guess. Oil and gas reserves have consistently been far lower than experience has proved, and there is some credence to the theory that these are actually a renewable resource. Oh, and fracking has been in use for over 100 years with no proven contamination. We refer to the modern "horizontal" methods, but vertical fracturing was practiced before 1900.
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Prayers and Preparation

Harold206 Wrote: Sep 18, 2014 4:17 PM
Looks like Richard 2666 stepped in something down there.
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Prayers and Preparation

Harold206 Wrote: Sep 18, 2014 4:14 PM
You know what they say: "99 percent of lawyers give the rest a bad name." It's kind of like politicians and car salesmen, you know.
BTW - I am not posting in favor of global warming advocacy, and I definitely believe that all the hoopla about CFCs and other supposedly "harmful" chemicals is pure bushwa!
Since we're discussing and debating temperatures and volumes in water, let me give you an example you can observe. We have two hummingbird feeders, one in direct sunlight and the other more shaded. The former looks empty when it is heated during the day, while the latter, with an equal volume of liquid, has 1-2 inches of liquid visible in the clear part above the feeders. As soon as the sun goes down, both return to the same level. Would you say temperature has something to do with that phenomenon? And we're not even talking about frozen liquid!
Mike, I loved the way you worded your refusal, and i agree with your choice of the alternate Hell, but I submit that there is a second alternate in the same state - Columbus. I drive 100 miles out of my way to avoid that hellhole and the asinine, and sometimes drunk drivers who have ruined road trips for me.
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