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Ignoramus

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  1. 1 hour ago, Sand said:

    The type of indictments matter, too.  While some of the crimes that were found were serious (Manafort), none of them were for colluding with Russia.  Zero.  a lot of perjury traps were sprung.  Financial crimes and crimes related to representing foreign governments (not Russia) were there, ones that I'm sure are endemic up and down K Street.  The only Russia related indictments were some random Russians who will never see trial here.

    From that point of view this two year rodeo found precious little.

    I expect a bit of thrashing here, but then a couple full pivots to tax returns, Trump business, etc.  

    What is a perjury trap?

  2. On 3/22/2019 at 9:05 AM, bigbottom said:

    @Judge Smails, @Mrs. Rannous, @Otis,  @D-Day and @Ignoramus - thank you so much for your contributions. They were a real shot in the arm for our raffle. We really appreciate the support!  Good luck!

    Pleasure. One day we'll make another one of your events and catch up. Love seeing the updates on the good work your wife and you (and everyone else involved) are doing.

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  3. 1 hour ago, The General said:

    Need a ruling here.

    You walk your dog, it does it's business, you pick it up in the little green bag. It's trash day so everyone has their bin out.

    Do you deposit your dog's doo in the nearest bin or do you carry it home.

    Are you asking if I throw it in the trash?

  4. 40 minutes ago, ChainsawU said:

    I didn't mean for you to lose sleep last night & I'm sorry I was the first thing you thought of this morning. My behavior yesterday was definitely provocative and I apologize. I was sincerely trying to make a point - to never judge a book by its cover, and how that applies to dogs and people alike. Ignoramous, I know where you're coming from. I really do. I'm with you on the surface. But digging deeper - I think that making blanket assumptions is rarely a good idea. That's my only point is just to dig deeper. Not who is right or wrong. It's a big deal to me. I honestly think that making blanket assumptions about an entire breed of dog strongly parallels making blanket assumptions about an entire race of people. It's never been a good idea - and looking deeper into the situation can give insight as to why that's true. Sorry again for provoking you yesterday.

    Thanks. I really didn't sleep much at all last night. Not because of message board stuff, but because I'm a lousy sleeper anyway and especially so when I'm on the road.

    I only mentioned you looking for substantiation to your claims because you had subsequent posts in here since then.

    As to judging breeds of dogs and comparing them to people, that's just silly. Different breeds of dogs exist solely because we selected specific traits we wanted in those specific breeds. You absolutely can judge them by their appearance because we made them that way. From appearance to size to temperament to ability to inflict serious harm on people... we bred them specifically for a purpose.

  5. 5 hours ago, TheIronSheik said:

    A while back, I applied for a job that was government and needed a clearance level.  I went through everything only to turn the job down and take a different job.  But it got me thinking about certain questions asked on job background scans.

    "Have you ever been arrested?"

    What exactly does this mean?  I ask, because I was once arrested and taken to jail then released.  When I went to court for my hearing, I made a compelling argument and they dropped all charges and I was cleared of any wrongdoing.  So my record is clean.  But technically, I was arrested.  What's the correct answer to this question?

    "No."

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  6. 3 minutes ago, ChainsawU said:

    Y'all like to be afraid of things you read in the news. That's all this is. It's really not even about dogs. You're a grown man who is afraid of an animal. That's okay, you probably just were not raised around animals. You're ignorant when it comes to the subject. So you jump on a bandwagon that supports your opinion. It's a lack of mental toughness and it sticks out like a sore thumb to those who know better. Once you start taking accountability when you look in the mirror you'll probably stop being afraid of arbitrary things you let the "news" spoon feed you.

    Yep. Those kids that were mauled to death just weren't mentally tough. #######.

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