Is this the same global warming aka, global cooling aka, climate change nut job that has misled ABC low info viewers for years? Now the weather channel is even more irrelevant than it has been.posted @ Tuesday, December 3, 2013 - 07:03
Why not? Did someone forget to to the math?
Remember, these are the "art" majors managing this fiasco...math and sciences are not their strong suit.posted @ Monday, December 2, 2013 - 20:48
[quote][b]Ben Had[/b] -
@snarkydude: Boy, you just wasted a whole bunch of words on a lot of nothing. They appreciate your gullibility.
If only you had the intelligence to understand what Snarky wrote... I almost feel sorry for you, almost...posted @ Monday, December 2, 2013 - 20:38
Don't you guys ever tire of the whole left vs. right, Dems vs. Repubs crap? Both parties have their failures but they're too busy concentrating on finger pointing to realize, remember, or learn from those failures, mistakes, etc...
Of course both parties have their failures. First and foremost they are consumed with lobbyist and become very corporatist. What is happening here is that history is being kept honest. Would you not agree on that? Probably not, huh?posted @ Sunday, December 1, 2013 - 20:31
[quote][b]concerned citizen in athens[/b] -
Sounds like this guy was "Whisky Bent".
...and hell bound.posted @ Sunday, December 1, 2013 - 19:39
Seems like Mr. Watson viewpoints would fit in more with the GOP now, at least the points mentioned in this article.
Are you kidding? The left has consistently voiced opinions that are construed as "anti-Catholic"and anti-Semitic all the while pretending to champion the rights of the Catholics and Jews.
Lots of talk of revisionist history here on this discussion board, often by some who associate the darker side of the segregationist history of the Dems with the Dems of today when that side of the party has really now all been converted to the GOP.
The Segregationists Democrats and the Democrats of today are one in the same. After the Republicans put a stop to Democrats enslaving black people physically, the Democrats learned to do it mentally with legislation such as affirmative action and other social programs aimed at keeping black people on the Democratic plantation and dependant on government services. Nice try though.posted @ Sunday, December 1, 2013 - 13:58
Initially considered a liberal, Watson later became the publisher of an influential weekly newspaper and emerged as a "force for white supremacy and anti-Catholic rhetoric," according to the New Georgia Encyclopedia. [/quote]
along with Watson's anti-Semitic accusations in the next paragraph, if it smells like a leftist Democrat, looks like a leftist Democrat, it's gotta be a leftist Democrat. Side note: If it wasn't for Al Gore inventing the internet, it may had been easier for the left to re-write history.posted @ Sunday, December 1, 2013 - 07:09
So you guys are still sore about Couric exposing Palin for a bimbo.
No, just in awe that Couric still considers herself a journalist instead of what she really is: A left wing commentator.posted @ Tuesday, November 26, 2013 - 19:13
[quote][b]Long Sufferer[/b] -
The Occupy movement made a name for itself with smelly, unorganized camps where numerous women were raped. They screamed vulgarities at passers-by and disrupted traffic where they could. Their most memorable image was that of the man defecating on a police car.
This is "modus operandi" of the left: dirt, filth, misogyny,union stewards, Bull Conner, George Wallace style, lynching of black people, all the while pretending they are champions of the "downtrodden". What jokes, fakes and poor representatives of the human race they are...posted @ Thursday, November 21, 2013 - 22:00
The irony (and wrinkly) is that he has spent most of the last two years with Occupy Athens talking about evil banks and foreclosures, but saw no reason this year not to capitalize on a foreclosure for his own benefit. (The same way that Edwards fellow and his wife did.)
This is a typical mindset for the leftist ruling class (whats good for me is not for thee). Sort of like the Affordable Care Act...posted @ Wednesday, November 20, 2013 - 06:59
I cannot support a law that forces women to have children (due to misguided mistakes and poor judgment) that will lead them and the child down a road to poverty and despair.
I cannot support a law that forces citizens, aka taxpayers, to pay for abortions via ACA. Do you not agree? Worst case scenario, maybe we can implement a law that would force all registered Democrats, at a national level, to pay a separate tax for the abortions.posted @ Friday, November 1, 2013 - 20:22
P.S. - liberal and open-minded
Are you kidding? These two adjectives are not compatible. Try again.posted @ Monday, October 28, 2013 - 21:52
I've worked on large projects like this one except they were in the private sector. Unfortunately, office politics often get involved, because some manager is trying to impress his boss in order to get in line for a raise/promotion, so he makes deadline promises that aren't realistic. I recall a project on which I was working, and the project leader asked me how long it would take, so he could give his boss a due date. I said 9 mos if everything went perfectly, but I recommended one year, because I expected unknown problems and last minute changes to crop up. And if we beat the one year target, we would end up looking really good. Guess what? The project leader promised 9 mos. To shorten a long story, we were working 10 to 12 hour days, 6 days a week trying to meet the due date, but it was clear we weren't going to achieve it. =
I work in the private sector as well and if a project is due in nine months and is not completed in the nine month deadline, the project leader is terminated as well as the project manager. Just business, however effective business.posted @ Wednesday, October 23, 2013 - 21:37
@HankRearden: Ever seen those folks waiting in line for free Chick-fil-A when they open a new store? Bet they get [filtered word] about waiting too.
Their wait was voluntary. Make sense?posted @ Wednesday, October 23, 2013 - 21:30
It wasn't necessarily directed at you. There are many folks on here who believe whatever FOX says without question, ...
As many folks on here believe whatever MSNBC, CNN, ABC, CBS and NBC say without question. The difference is that FOX's opinion segments are advertised as opinion (O'Reilly, Hannity, etc...) while the "news" outlets advertise their opinion segments as news (Couric, Gregory, Blitzer, Brian Williams, Todd, Schieffer etc...).posted @ Tuesday, October 22, 2013 - 19:52
@melmarino: Bill Maher is like the polar political opposite of Ann Coulter.
although Maher identifies himself as a libertarian???? Maybe he has trouble with spelling.posted @ Tuesday, October 22, 2013 - 19:40
No, this thing right here embarrassed Georgia. Cynthia McKinney, and her conspiracy theorist talk, set Georgia back 50 yrs.
It wouldn't be complete if you didn't include Hank "Island Tipper" Johnson. And yet he still gets electedposted @ Thursday, October 17, 2013 - 19:46
Was it a public school? The article didn't specify.
I would bet heavily that it was a public school. Nonetheless, if it can be afforded, take them out of the government schools and put them in the private schools. I took on a second, part-time job just to put my children through. Trust me...it's more than worth it.posted @ Wednesday, October 16, 2013 - 19:50
Ladies and Gentlemen, Welcome to the Democratic Utopia!posted @ Tuesday, October 15, 2013 - 20:01
Obama's approval rating is 37%. Nevertheless, shills like you continue to make excuses for him.
Who's the dimwit again?
Sounds like Ben had an Obamagasm!posted @ Sunday, October 13, 2013 - 18:53
I wonder, can this guy do anything he wants? Steal, murder, break any law? After all, a dead man can't legally break the law, can he?posted @ Friday, October 11, 2013 - 18:53
If you're dead, do you still have to get Obamacare?
Probably not,but according to Democratic law, he can still vote.posted @ Friday, October 11, 2013 - 18:49
and as for the future ... anyone that doesn't believe the climate is changing well there just is no help for some people ...
Keep believing what Al Gore and Obama tell you...they really need serfs like you...posted @ Thursday, October 10, 2013 - 19:48
I agree 100% with you. Just to put this game into "perspective" for all the Jaw-gia homers out there: Oregon has not had an "off week" this season!!!! Now go put your 9-iron up "where the sun don't shine"!! bwahahahaha
The "Real" perspective is that the Oregon Duckies have not even played a top 25 team this year! Whoo Hoo, Ohh Yeahh! The Oregon Ducksters are synonymous with Ohio State, Hawaii Warriors, Notre Dame, etc... Now thats funny...I don't care who you are! Whoo Hoo, Ohh Yeahh!posted @ Sunday, October 6, 2013 - 22:03
[quote][b]Ben Had[/b] -
I'm sure you're going to be much happier with Hillary.
Unfortunately, there is a very good chance of Hillary becoming president. With the amount of victims of society aka, moochers and lowlifes, within our republic growing every day, the dependance on gov't grows with that and they will "vote for a living" and will elect a ruler like Hillary similar to the elections of 2008 and 2012.
You have to wonder though, where is the breaking point for the producers, you know the ones who go to work every day, make wise decisions and use their intellect to make a living? Will they ever tire of supporting the 47% of our parasitic citizens mentioned above without question?posted @ Sunday, October 6, 2013 - 19:28
Fans of longtime East West Bistro chef BJ Bracewell have but two more days to enjoy his cooking at the long-running East Broad Street fusion restaurant before he starts a new job. Bracewell, who has cooked at East West since, like, forever, starts a new gig Monday, Dec. 16, at the Rooftop by the Branded Butcher. read more
Summary: The local foodie group celebrated Terre Madre day with a fundraising dinner at 5&10. The Athens wing of the international Slow Food movement recently held a fundraiser to support community gardens in Africa. The affair was the Athens incarnation of Terre Madre day, a worldwide party highlighting all the players in local food systems, from farmers to chefs, and centered around a dinner at 5&10 replete with encouraging words from chef Hugh Acheson. read more