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keepinitreal

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What do you call a forum 'contributor' who pretends fornication with his own daughter bamaturd? What do you think of yourself when you do that? Does that show intellect? You've said before we are make believe anonymous members here and yet somehow you can gauge intellect? You claimed that I didn't serve my country while spending 4 years in the USMC yet you avoided the draft by moving to Canada. You claimed I had a record for sexual misconduct while you are a proven pedophile. You claimed members to be all sorts of names and labels but yet you murdered your wife. Pabar and Durden are dead on in their description of you and the only way you know to battle it is to disparage their character and intelligence. You're a blowhard with a history of sexual perversion and you need to go away before the authorities catch up with you. Go away pervert
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"I like to establish the parameters of my own thoughts and don't think I need a director."

"This is not debate class. And this is not about politeness. We're talking about the damn future of our country"

"It is not just simply yelling out a name and yelling down dissenters........................... and I'll defend your right to even insult me" 
pabar61

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Originally Posted by Bama_CF
pabar61 and TheNarrator are 2 of the most shallow, least intelligent humans I have ever come across. Both are incapable of making an argument that contains even a hint of intellect. 

On the other hand, the intellect of woody, mike, and uwApoligist comes thru loud and clear. I vehemently disagree with them much of the time, but wouldn't question that they are intelligent and educated. 

pabar and Narrator - LOL


Coming from you, this is a ringing endorsement of our incredibly high intellect.
uwApoligist

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Coming from you, this is a ringing endorsement of our incredibly high intellect.

I feel left out.  Dammit

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DC v Hellar - Landmark Supreme Court case established that "protects an individual right to keep and bear arms", that right was "premised on the private use of arms for activities such as hunting and self-defense, the latter being understood as resistance to either private lawlessness or the depredations of a tyrannical government (or a threat from abroad)." 
uwApoligist

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The right wants Dreamers sent back to Mexico no matter what, even though they were small children who never made a decision to come here illegally. And even though they have lived their entire lives here. And even though they have been vetted and 95+ percent of them are in school or have jobs and they pay taxes. In the view of the right, their lives or their rights do not MATTER.

The right supports and literally cheers the shooting of looters on sight. There has never been a shooting of a black man by a cop that MATTERED to them. They are just fine with a Ga Tech student WITH A POCKET KNIFE was shot dead from 10 feet away. Because he was a gender weirdo and he asked for it for God's sake. So he does not MATTER. 

They openly wish for protesters blocking streets to be run over and express the wish they had the chance to do it. Every single day the right demonstrates for all to see that what black people think does not MATTER to them. No one gives a szhit that they SAY otherwise. 

They act as though they are unaware of the millions of black people who go to work every day, pay taxes, support their own families who do not commit crimes and do not take government handouts, who are just like other middle class families. Virtually all these tax paying, pay their own way blacks vote for Democrats. The right doesn't believe they are capable of seeing and hearing and evaluating their life experience and deciding for themselves.

He was not shot dead cause he was a wierdo.  He was shot dead cause he purposely called the cops to come and kill him.  It is actually quite common.  Mentally unstable people often call the police to kill them, it is called suicide by cop. 

It is also well known that incidence of mental illness is high sexual transgender people.  But that has zero to do with this case, as this guy actually was mentally struggling.  He called the cops, told them he had a large knife, that he wanted the cops to come to the quad and kill him.  He told them he thought he was going to harm other persons.  Cops show up.  He goes at them, as he promised on the phone, and as he stated he was going to in person.  They shot him.  Zero to worry about, except misguided LBTGQIMNOP crazy agenda. 



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DC v Hellar - Landmark Supreme Court case established that "protects an individual right to keep and bear arms", that right was "premised on the private use of arms for activities such as hunting and self-defense, the latter being understood as resistance to either private lawlessness or the depredations of a tyrannical government (or a threat from abroad)." 
uwApoligist

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Originally Posted by PDad

FTFY since your statements are contradictory (LMAO).

They also reveal you lack basic operational logic skills.



We may actually be making progress on the root of the problem today!

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DC v Hellar - Landmark Supreme Court case established that "protects an individual right to keep and bear arms", that right was "premised on the private use of arms for activities such as hunting and self-defense, the latter being understood as resistance to either private lawlessness or the depredations of a tyrannical government (or a threat from abroad)." 
uwApoligist

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For people who are both bigots and racists (that includes virtually all the right wing posters on this forum), the distinction is not relevant. They are both. 

And they dearly love to parse words and make things about form over substance. They have beliefs and make statements every day that prove beyond a doubt that they truly believe blacks, Mexicans, muslims, libs, transgenders, you name it ... are beneath them and do not MATTER. 

Then they bristle when their own words, actions, and views are called racist, bigoted, supremacist. "I am NOT a racist" "Quit playing the race card".  It's juvenile. They can be judged by both their words and their actions. 

Point to one such statement.

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DC v Hellar - Landmark Supreme Court case established that "protects an individual right to keep and bear arms", that right was "premised on the private use of arms for activities such as hunting and self-defense, the latter being understood as resistance to either private lawlessness or the depredations of a tyrannical government (or a threat from abroad)." 
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Originally Posted by Bama_CF
pabar61 and TheNarrator are 2 of the most shallow, least intelligent humans I have ever come across. Both are incapable of making an argument that contains even a hint of intellect. 

On the other hand, the intellect of woody, mike, and uwApoligist comes thru loud and clear. I vehemently disagree with them much of the time, but wouldn't question that they are intelligent and educated. 

pabar and Narrator - LOL

theNarrator is actually intelligent, just a bit of a Bush Fanboy.  That messes him up sometimes.



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DC v Hellar - Landmark Supreme Court case established that "protects an individual right to keep and bear arms", that right was "premised on the private use of arms for activities such as hunting and self-defense, the latter being understood as resistance to either private lawlessness or the depredations of a tyrannical government (or a threat from abroad)." 
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Not a Bush fanboy - great man, not so great President.
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Let's dance big boy.  Name the subject.


Auburn_CF's predicted response

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Not a Bush fanboy - great man, not so great President.

Agree, great man.  Too bad for his presidency.  Floored you actually said it.

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DC v Hellar - Landmark Supreme Court case established that "protects an individual right to keep and bear arms", that right was "premised on the private use of arms for activities such as hunting and self-defense, the latter being understood as resistance to either private lawlessness or the depredations of a tyrannical government (or a threat from abroad)." 
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He started off with good intentions - 9/11 and Iraq kind of got in the way.
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Reread my post. You, my friend are mistaken.
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The right supports and literally cheers the shooting of looters on sight. There has never been a shooting of a black man by a cop that MATTERED to them. They are just fine with a Ga Tech student WITH A POCKET KNIFE was shot dead from 10 feet away. Because he was a gender weirdo and he asked for it for God's sake. So he does not MATTER. 



Take it easy there cowgirl - you are speaking waaayyyyy out of school on this one.  I won't repeat it all here, because it's in the Antifa thread. 

Try learning up a little before you go blowing off on this one.  You will look bad.
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Originally Posted by Bama_CF
pabar61 and TheNarrator are 2 of the most shallow, least intelligent humans I have ever come across. Both are incapable of making an argument that contains even a hint of intellect. 

On the other hand, the intellect of woody, mike, and uwApoligist comes thru loud and clear. I vehemently disagree with them much of the time, but wouldn't question that they are intelligent and educated. 

pabar and Narrator - LOL


I'm happy to be mentioned with all of the above, though I'd disagree with your characterization of TDN and pabar.  Of course, there are many others here that I'd be flattered to be mentioned with, like FIB, KIR, spaz, Coach, and more I'm forgetting.

I even find bluedog making sense lately.
uwApoligist

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I even find bluedog making sense lately.

The brown water making that happen?

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DC v Hellar - Landmark Supreme Court case established that "protects an individual right to keep and bear arms", that right was "premised on the private use of arms for activities such as hunting and self-defense, the latter being understood as resistance to either private lawlessness or the depredations of a tyrannical government (or a threat from abroad)." 
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The brown water making that happen?


Compared to Bama, everybody makes sense.
uwApoligist

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Compared to Bama, everybody makes sense.

Ah relativism kicks in.  Even ole Freshy gets some sunshine in that scenario.

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DC v Hellar - Landmark Supreme Court case established that "protects an individual right to keep and bear arms", that right was "premised on the private use of arms for activities such as hunting and self-defense, the latter being understood as resistance to either private lawlessness or the depredations of a tyrannical government (or a threat from abroad)." 
keepinitreal

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I'm happy to be mentioned with all of the above, though I'd disagree with your characterization of TDN and pabar.  Of course, there are many others here that I'd be flattered to be mentioned with, like FIB, KIR, spaz, Coach, and more I'm forgetting.

I even find bluedog making sense lately.


 comedy tim and eric quiet shh zach galifianakis GIF

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"I like to establish the parameters of my own thoughts and don't think I need a director."

"This is not debate class. And this is not about politeness. We're talking about the damn future of our country"

"It is not just simply yelling out a name and yelling down dissenters........................... and I'll defend your right to even insult me" 
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I believe Mike understands this and knows where the answers reside............[smile]


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1 Corinthians 3:19 (KJV) For the wisdom of this world is foolishness with God. For it is written, He taketh the wise in their own craftiness.
1janiedough

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Good God, I really think bama cf has issues.  Lmao.
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Good God, I really think bama cf has issues.  Lmao.


The only possible conclusion when you read all of his posts.
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This guy is what the Democrats fear most.  An intelligent guy who has finally broken through the propaganda he's been fed his whole life.  Why do blacks still vote Democrat in huge numbers?  Simple, it takes a long, long time to overcome the lies that the Democrat Party has been propagating for half a century.  But it will happen, one person at a time.



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"He was not shot dead cause he was a weirdo.  He was shot dead cause he purposely called the cops to come and kill him.  It is actually quite common.  Mentally unstable people often call the police to kill them, it is called suicide by cop."  

I can vouch that this happens, as I remember about 15 years ago in Long Beach a mentally unstable woman was shot dead by the cops because she had a knife, and even though she was a matter of 10 feet away, she was threatening and engaging by moving forward.  When she finally lunged, they killed her.

Done deal.  We make our choices in life and sometimes the outcome is deadly.
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This guy is what the Democrats fear most.  An intelligent guy who has finally broken through the propaganda he's been fed his whole life.  Why do blacks still vote Democrat in huge numbers?  Simple, it takes a long, long time to overcome the lies that the Democrat Party has been propagating for half a century.  But it will happen, one person at a time.




Freshy going to viscously and racially attack this guy for speaking his mind.

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DC v Hellar - Landmark Supreme Court case established that "protects an individual right to keep and bear arms", that right was "premised on the private use of arms for activities such as hunting and self-defense, the latter being understood as resistance to either private lawlessness or the depredations of a tyrannical government (or a threat from abroad)." 
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I agree the Democratic party has gotten away from it's message. The upper echelons of the party have sold their souls for fundraising events and hollow promises with no means to fulfill those promises. I am encouraged by the Dems bonding together in defense of our nation from the Trump presidency. Hopefully this tactic will force a bipartisan attempt to address the serious ssues we are facing. 
This gentleman looks middle class with some education. He's drinking the Trump cool aide and has come to conclusions counter to mine. He comments on changing his mind and mentions illegal actions from the Democratic party, but doesn't say what they are. Similar to the conservatives here. I guess you have assumed he lives in an inner city ghetto because he's black. He is no more in contact with the culture of the inner city than you and I. We respond to what we see, but to actually know what it's like, you'd have to live it. Doubt this guy has. 
Your glee at finding a black individual to denounce BLM only reinforces my belief you are racist. The problem is culturally and economically based. Not a function of color. Find me someone that lives day to day in the inner city.
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A gentlemen who looks middle class and sounds educated can't live in the inner city and doesn't know the struggle?

And you call other people racist?

#posterboyfordemslosing
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DC v Hellar - Landmark Supreme Court case established that "protects an individual right to keep and bear arms", that right was "premised on the private use of arms for activities such as hunting and self-defense, the latter being understood as resistance to either private lawlessness or the depredations of a tyrannical government (or a threat from abroad)." 
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We need to check with Fresh to see if he is "inner city" enough.
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The only possible conclusion when you read a few of his posts.

FTFY since it's unnecessary to read all of Bama posts.
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I agree the Democratic party has gotten away from it's message. The upper echelons of the party have sold their souls for fundraising events and hollow promises with no means to fulfill those promises. I am encouraged by the Dems bonding together in defense of our nation from the Trump presidency. Hopefully this tactic will force a bipartisan attempt to address the serious ssues we are facing. 

You're dreaming since true bipartisan legislation involves compromising and/or horse trading. Dems talk about bipartisanship, but it's hollow rhetoric since their actions are one-sided demands of everything they want with no room for compromise. IOW, their definition of 'bipartisan' is GOP just going along with them. 
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