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henry quirk
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Posted 03/15/13 - 9:42 AM:
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Feinstein: Do you need a bazooka?

Quirk: Not now, no...but should I need one, can find one, can afford one, then I'll damned well have one.

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Francis: I can't excommunicate the bulk of the Church!

Quirk: Then you preside over a carcass.

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Flight Attendant: No small knives!

Quirk: Agreed! Instead: Butcher knives! Swords!

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Any politician you care to name: I need your support (money!).

Quirk: No.

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Any busybody you care to name: That's not good for you!

Quirk: Mind your own business.

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Fat ass poor person: It's not fair you have more! Gimme!

Quirk: No.

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Fat ass rich person: I create jobs, drive the economy! I need tax breaks!

Quirk: No.

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Young person: y u b h8n ?

Quirk: Be quiet, drink your poison, er, 'soda'.

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Old person: Respect me!

Quirk: Be quiet, drink your poison, er, 'prune juice'.

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Any talking head you care to name: Blah, blah, blah.

Quirk: Shut. Up.
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Posted 03/16/13 - 10:21 AM:

shut up wink
henry quirk
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Posted 05/08/13 - 8:51 AM:

If you have me in your backyard, nekkid, on a leash, it's highly unlikely I'm goin back into your house and basement.

If your balls are so brassy as to think you can control me in the wide open, well, let's just say your balls are gonna get chewed on.

Seems to me, in that circumstance, one of us is gonna die, 'cause -- no how, no way -- I ain't goin' back into the basement when 'freedom' is just on the other side of the fence.

'nuff said.
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Posted 05/14/13 - 1:34 PM:

sounds like some bad times came from someone's basement?
henry quirk
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Posted 05/15/13 - 10:09 AM:

HA!

I'm referencing the whole Ohio thing wherein three women were held for ten to twelve years (mostly in a basement).

At several points during that decade, one or more of the women were brought up to 'exercise' in the back yard.

Not a one of the women ever said 'fuck you' while making a run for it.

My sympathy for the women is, therefore, limited.
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Posted 05/15/13 - 10:11 AM:

'scandals'

Benghazi: the investigatory emphasis seems, to me, way off the mark.

What's of interest to me: are the four deaths '*negligent homicides'?

If so: prosecute.

The 'cover up' is only of interest as it may implicate others as accessories after the fact.

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IRS: The IRS is a function of the Treasury Department which is a function of the Executive Branch...do the math...the whole affair brings new light and meaning to 'the buck stops here'.

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Associated Press: there should be a natural tension between the reporter and the powers that be...this event is an example of that tension.

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Of the three 'scandals' only the Benghazi affair interests me, and only because of the possibility four folks died because of inaction and poor planning by elected or appointed officials.









*a criminal charge brought against people who, through criminal negligence, allow others to die

criminal negligence: an act that is careless, inattentive, neglectful, willfully blind, or -- in the case of gross negligence -- what would h
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Posted 05/15/13 - 7:49 PM:

henry quirk wrote:
'scandals'

IRS: The IRS is a function of the Treasury Department which is a function of the Executive Branch...do the math...the whole affair brings new light and meaning to 'the buck stops here'.




It occures to me that orders for an action by a Gov. agency of this magnitude could only come from the top, even if only hinted at that level. So it appears that Obama is now angrey about his own orders.

On Benghazi, certainly the 'State Dept' should be held accountable, criminally, all the way to the top.
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Posted 05/16/13 - 6:09 PM:

speaking of the possibility of innocent people suffering on account of elected officials... i wonder what it will take to get guantanamo shut down.
henry quirk
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Posted 05/17/13 - 1:37 PM:

I'm inclined to think Guantánamo will never close.

Far too handy a 'place' to have and use.
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