Saturday, November 24, 2012

LARRY HAGMAN'S SILENT SUNDAYS IN MALIBU

I am shocked and saddened at the death of Larry Hagman, who passed away yesterday. But I just heard the news that Deborah Raffin died too, and I can't believe it! I just worked with her on a talk show in Las Vegas.   
I remember being at Larry Hagman's home in Malibu Colony, during "silent Sunday" when he fasted on words and wouldn't speak. He sat in a Tee-pee on the deck by the ocean, and we all took a jacuzzi in the living room. His wife Maj was amazing. Then upstairs in the study we each got million dollar bills signed by J.R. Danny Bolin of Bolin Belt company was there - silversmiths who made all the Dallas belts. Amazing stuff. I have silver heart belt buckle with my initial "L" Rest in Peace Larry, Love and blessings.




Note on last posting: The only reason I put my website up for DVDs of "Too Close for Comfort" was because I saw them on Amazon going for $999.98 and $59 on up, and was shocked! I only sell these in conjunction with a charity and a percentage goes to another company. So for any "Too Close for Comfort" fans who asked me about the show, where it's playing, etc... I just wanted you to know that it's for sale on my website for much less, and autographed too. I always include photos and free gift. I can't reduce or change the price or get into my website until we get our technology back but it's a great deal. DO NOT FEEL OBLIGATED just because you're my friend here. I am just letting everyone know they can get them on my site, and photos too. Love you all. I certainly don't expect you to buy anything. Love and HAPPY THANKSGIVING ALL YEAR LONG!!

249 comments:

  1. Yeah,I really liked Hagman in "I Dream of Jeannie" as a kid. May he rest in peace.

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  2. Thats a nice pic of Larry Hagman and Barbara Eden (Tony and Jeannie).

    That's cool you saw him as a kid Johnny, I did too. My Mom loved the show so one TV back then in the 60's so we all watched the same stuff.

    We saw the very first episode when it first came out . You weren't born yet but of course I'm sure you had it on syndication up there in Canada in the 80s (or were you alive in the 70s? can't remember).

    Anyway Maj Nelson was hilarious. Jeannie was always doing something wacky to him and he was always screaming "waaaaaaaaaaaaahhhh Jeeeeeaaaaannnnnnnnneeee" ...as she hung him over a pit of alligators or sent him to the north pole in a swim suit, lol.

    Sad to see him go.

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  3. Anonymous6:08 PM

    Its pretty amazing to realize Lydia was a part of his world back then, part of the Hollywood set back when he was in his heydey on Dallas.

    Its a weird thing to get older. For like 30 years you feel like and think you're invincible and immortal. Then suddenly, one day you realize your times winding down, and boom. It just hits you. One morning the suns going to rise, and you won't be there.

    I've got to stop thinking out loud.

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  4. I DREAM OF WORFY7:04 PM

    I'm watching "I dream of Jeannie" reruns now on Crackle.

    "...but General...I tell you....Major Nelson has 'x-ray eyes'".

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  5. Worf said

    "Its a weird thing to get older. For like 30 years you feel like and think you're invincible and immortal. Then suddenly, one day you realize your times winding down, and boom. It just hits you. One morning the suns going to rise, and you won't be there.

    I've got to stop thinking out loud."




    Not at all, I think about this myself and really wonder about our meager purpose. Since I was seventeen I haven't been able to get "Sally" jumping rope out of my head.

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  6. WORFEUSIDERTA6:32 AM

    Sally jumping rope? I'm not sure I understand but I think you mean Sally on Charlie Brown? What did she have some sort of philosophical discussion with Lucy or something on the purpose of existence?

    I don't think like you its meaningless. From a temporal perspective our lives have meaning in the actions we do that impact either for the positive or the negative, another person or persons.

    From a spiritual perspective, I figure the universe created us. In its cosmic ovens the very building blocks of our DNA were created and coded. Somehow the universe designed me, and you. And if the universe can design intelligence then the universe must in some way possess intelligence.

    And that's a comforting thought.

    Whatever's happening, is happening for a reason and is no doubt as it should be.

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  7. DESIDEWORFA6:43 AM

    Desiderata

    "Go placidly amidst the noise and haste, and remember what peace there may be in silence. As far as possible without surrender be on good terms with all persons. Speak your truth quietly and clearly; and listen to others, even the dull and the ignorant; they too have their story.

    Avoid loud and aggressive persons, they are vexatious to the spirit. If you compare yourself with others, you may become vain or bitter; for always there will be greater and lesser persons than yourself.

    Enjoy your achievements as well as your plans. Keep interested in your own career, however humble; it is a real possession in the changing fortunes of time.

    Exercise caution in your business affairs; for the world is full of trickery. But let this not blind you to what virtue there is; many persons strive for high ideals; and everywhere life is full of heroism.

    Be yourself. Especially, do not feign affection. Neither be cynical about love; for in the face of all aridity and disenchantment it is as perennial as the grass.

    Take kindly the counsel of the years, gracefully surrendering the things of youth. Nurture strength of spirit to shield you in sudden misfortune. But do not distress yourself with dark imaginings. Many fears are born of fatigue and loneliness.

    Beyond a wholesome discipline, be gentle with yourself. You are a child of the universe, no less than the trees and the stars; you have a right to be here.

    And whether or not it is clear to you, no doubt the universe is unfolding as it should. Therefore be at peace with God, whatever you conceive Him to be, and whatever your labors and aspirations, in the noisy confusion of life keep peace with your soul.

    With all its shams, drudgery, and broken dreams, it is still a beautiful world.


    - Max Ehrmann

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  8. WORFEUS FOR A BETTER BRIGHTER AMERICA (VOTE WORF!)7:40 AM

    The reason the republicans lost is because people are just tired of losers.

    They're tired of the negative "we're doomed...doomed" chant of the Tea Party.

    Tired of being told they don't have jobs because they're not trying hard enough. Tired of being told that unemployment insurance or Medicare or social security, programs they've paid into their entire lives are now suddenly "ENTITLEMENT PROGRAMS" and "WELFARE" that only "lazy" people need.

    They're tired of hearing how govt is inherently bad and cannot be fixed.

    Tired of hearing how science is suddenly evil, and their religious beliefs are more correct than science itself.

    Tired of hearing schools teach the devils doctrines and the Bible is all we need to teach our kids.

    Tired of hearing how we all must carry guns because we're too stupid to get along without them.

    So they decided to vote for the guy with some hope for the future, a plan to WORK to get out of the mess the republicans built for us.

    And the republicans confirmed that it was a wise vote, when after they lost they called more than half the country "lazy people who want Obama to give them things".

    The republicans clearly learned nothing, but fortunately the majority of the country is now wise to them.

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  9. Looks like Tom Ricks told a little too much truth on Fox News

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  10. Oh yea, Karma seems to have one wicked sense of humor.

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  11. WORF FAIR AND BALANCED5:10 PM

    I saw that. We all knew Fox is just a propaganda arm of the right wing, but now everyone knows it.

    When you cut off an INVITED guest who also happens to be a Pulitzer Prize winner in the middle of the interview simply because he says something critical of your news station, then that's the ballgame.

    They did it live on air.

    Cut an interview because their invited guest said something critical of them.

    And that ends their claim to not only being "Fair and Balanced" but to being news at all.

    Its not "fair and balanced" when you SILENCE your invited guest simply because he takes an opposing view.



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  12. WORF FOR A BETTER AMERICA11:38 AM

    President Barack Obama is welcoming Mitt Romney to the White House on Thursday for a private lunch, their first meeting since the election.


    Obama reiterated that plan at a Nov. 14 press conference, saying "there are certain aspects of Gov.

    Romney's record and his ideas that I think could be very helpful." The president praised Romney's stewardship of the 2002 Winter Olympics and said that during the campaign he had agreed with some of Romney's ideas on jobs and growth.

    "So I'm not either prejudging what he's interested in doing, nor am I suggesting I've got some specific assignment.

    But what I want to do is to get ideas from him and see if there are some ways that we can potentially work together," Obama said.

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  13. WORF FOR A BETTER AMERICA11:39 AM

    This is what we've been looking for.

    Its a good and classy gesture by both men. Obama for reaching out to Romney and Romney for accepting rather than being petty.

    Good stuff.

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  14. Agreed! Perhaps you could follow Obama's example and reach out to the mighty Voltron.......I'm sure he would appreciate the love!

    : )

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  15. WORF FOR A BETTER AMERICA4:02 PM



    Romney didn't say he'd like to murder a billion people.

    But I did try reaching out to him, on many occasions.

    How many times does one put their hand out only to have it smacked back before they give up?

    Besides, he's no longer here.

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  16. WORF FOR A BETTER AMERICA4:03 PM




    I think he's in his happy place.

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  17. WORF FOR A BETTER AMERICA4:04 PM



    I reached out to you didn't I?

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  18. Worf,your making me blush......LOL! I think Lydia's been sending you too many of those love e-mails with nature pics?!

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  19. Worf said


    "How many times does one put their hand out only to have it smacked back before they give up?"

    Hmmmmmmmmm, interesting.....Worf has no hope!?


    "Hope,it is the quintessential human delusion.Simultaneously the source of our greatest strength,and our greatest weakness."

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  20. I hope you grow up someday mook mook;


    LOL

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  21. ..... and all that smoking you seem to do here hasn't permanently stunted your growth

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  22. Dr. SIGMUND WORF7:21 PM

    I have lots of hope for lots of things.

    But not everything we hope for or wish for is going to come true.

    Your problem is exactly what Clif said. You're too immature to handle the disappointments of life without developing a neurotic outlook of perpetual pessimism and failure.

    An adult knows that not everyone will change.

    But some will change.

    Not everything we strive for or hope for will work out.

    But somethings we strive for or hope for will work out.

    The clinical term for what you're suffering from is called "Transference". Peck called it "transferring your maps of reality". You assume because some things don't work out, nothing works out. Because there's always been a lot of war, that there always "must be war".

    Or as an old religious leader of mine used to say to me "you throw out the baby with the bathwater".

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  23. Dr. SIGMUND WORF7:34 PM

    I haven't given up on Voltron changing. For all I know he's "changing" right now.

    I simply asked you how many times I should reach out to him and have my hand slapped to augment the fact that I did reach out to him.

    A fact you conveniently ignored in your shoot from the hip taunt.

    By telling me I should "try" reaching out to Voltron, you falsely imply that I haven't reached out to him.

    I set you straight, pointing out that I HAD in fact reached out to him plenty of times (as you damn well know), he always slaps the hand back.

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  24. Dr. SIGMUND WORF8:05 PM

    The real question you should be asking yourself is when are YOU going to change?

    As in when are you going to stop painting lies into suggestions and other sentences so as to try to push them through by getting the other person to respond to them which merely lends them credence?

    Like saying "Perhaps you could follow Obama's example and reach out to the mighty Voltron".

    Its a question, and a challenge, but its also a lie.

    Because it presupposes that I hadn't, when in fact you knew I had.

    Its a common tactic of yours. You do it not often...no sir. You do it "ROUTINELY".

    So question is, when are you going to change?

    I'm hoping...

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  25. Dr. SIGMUND WORF8:13 PM

    By the way, I mistaking said "telling me" when I meant to say "implied". Correction noted.

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  26. Worf said


    "Or as an old religious leader of mine used to say to me "you throw out the baby with the bathwater" "

    Sounds kinda mean.

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  27. Dr. WORFEUS SUESS7:20 AM





    ...uhh...its a metaphor.

    Then again, I've noticed conservatives are never good at metaphors.

    You have to spell out everything to a conservative, as if you were talking to a child.

    : |


    Then they "might" get it.

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  28. Dr. SIGMUND WORF7:29 AM

    Of course with some patients, (conservatives), ....we see they are intentionally obtuse.

    Because they think its cute.

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  29. Dr. SIGMUND WORFEUS7:46 AM

    ...or serves some purpose or strategy for them.

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  30. Dr. Sigmund Worfeus (Licensed Troll Therapist)2:59 PM

    But I will say this.

    You have grown on me over the years and like Clif I look forward to our chats. You're sort of like a friendly nemesis who's become a long distance pen pal over the years (what is it been like 6 now or more?) so if I were to come in one day and you were gone I would definitely feel the loss.

    So while my "therapy" strategy you may be Freudian in nature, you might say I'm still "Jung at heart".

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  31. Worf.........puuuuleeeeeeeeeeassssssssse.........your getting a little gay on me now......LOL!

    Nevertheless,it is a little comforting to know that I am loved. I haven't received this much love since Princess licked in-between my toes!!!

    I will definitely sleep like a smoking baby tonight!!!

    :D

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  32. Chief Worfeus Toecheese4:23 PM

    You make your dog lick you between your toes?

    Uggghhhh


    Come on though, you gotta admit....."Jung at heart"....that was a good one.

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  33. Open Mic Worf4:23 PM




    A real kneeslapper.

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  34. Accidentally Worf4:24 PM

    Nothing happens by accident.

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  35. I think we started on this blog in late 2004..........it pretty much started around Thanksgiving of that year!

    I recall being quite nervous to make a post but was very intrigued by the intelligence of the bloggers.

    One of my first posts was a quote by Adolf Hitler. Its purpose was designed to help the liberals.

    Eric stuck me as one smart,cool, dude.Then came Mike who agreed with everything you said.......LOL....... and then Cliff whom I didn't understand because his typing was so bad.

    Wonder what ever happened to "Drewl" "Rene" and Tall Texan???



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  36. WORFEUS LOST4:26 PM

    By the way, you'll be happy to know Canada beat out the US as "Best place to be born in 2013".

    Canada was in the top 10 (number 9).

    The USA was way down at number 16.

    :(

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  37. I cant stop her from licking in-between my toes.......she forces it on me ...LOL!

    I actually Googled this action and it seems her behavior is a sign of affection and trust!

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  38. STURMABTEILUNGSWORF4:32 PM

    We tied with Germany.....

    : \


    Which somehow seems fitting, given the neocons affinity to the ideals of the Third Reich and all...

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  39. WORFEUS REMEMBERED4:33 PM

    Tall Texan was Big K. He told us that a while back.

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  40. A WALK DOWN WORFERY LANE4:36 PM

    "Eric stuck me as one smart,cool, dude."


    Yea...but you were drinking a lot back then...

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  41. WORFTHEUNDERDOG4:38 PM

    The top ten best places to be born in 2013:
    1. Switzerland
    2. Australia
    3. Norway
    4. Sweden
    5. Denmark
    6. Singapore
    7. New Zealand
    8. Netherlands
    9. Canada
    10. Hong Kong

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  42. WORFULATOR4:40 PM

    Holy crap. So 2004?

    8 years? We've been in here for 8 years?

    : |

    Seems like only 7.9.

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  43. Had to lug a new washing machine to my basement and, entertain a buddy!


    "Tall Texan was Big K. He told us that a while back"


    NO,Wayyyyyyyyy!!!!! They have different writing styles. I clearly recall TT (whom I liked very much)and he is no where close to Big K.

    If this is true how come you never bugged Big K about this discrepancy during his last appearance???

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  44. WORFBEENDAREDUNDAT6:59 PM

    We did.

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  45. DAYS OF WORFS AND GLORY7:41 PM

    Big K, aka Jethro Bodine...admitted to Lydia in here that he was Tall T, remember I was razzing him on his spelling? He couldn't spell the word "seemed". He spelled it "seamed" all the time.


    Remember my old "ode" to him?

    The one that drove him out?

    The one where I closed with the line..."and I think to myself as I try to spell "seemed"......I have never mee thinks seen a clock so well cleaned".

    : D

    What a great line that was.

    It was over his head though. He was too busy huffing and puffing wanting to blow my house down.

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  46. THE SEARCH FOR THE HISTORICAL WORFEUS7:49 PM

    He was stupid enough to get into an argument with me over the Inquisitions.

    Like most Monty Python educated "road scholars", ...he called it "the Inquisition". Because he only knew of one.

    I had to explain to him that there were several "Inquisitions", and that they were all part of something called "The Suppression of Heresy".

    Its all part of history. Its not like I was making that shit up.

    But boy did he balk and buckle.

    He didn't want to admit he'd made a fool of himself. "Freedom Fart" was in on that one.

    I finally proved to them (by quoting from Lactantius and the Divine Institutes) that the Suppression of Heresy had actually been going on as early as 345 CE (or AD if you like) when Lactantius himself (a Monk) was put on the rack to extract confession of heretical thoughts.

    But these guys were thick. I mean thick as lead.

    You couldn't get through to them with logic, reasoning or documented historical fact.

    So I finally made up a little poem, an "Ode" to the mighty Tall Texan, which basically told the story, mockingly of course, of our little debate and how he'd had his clock cleaned over his ignorance of the Holy Inquisition(s). (he thought there was just the one he saw on Monty Python).

    Boy I'd love to find a copy of that old debate, and my beloved "Ode to Tall T".

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  47. THE GRAND INQUISITOR "WORFEUS"7:53 PM

    I also remember writing my own versions of the the Divine Institutes as well, all mocking him of course, and obviously to his chagrin (he'd get so mad at me).

    I also think I did a mock up of the "malleus maleficarum" too, although I called it the "Malleus Worficarum" though, or something like that.

    : |

    It was all way over his big pointy head.

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  48. SWINECASTER WORF7:55 PM



    : |


    ...casting my pearls before the swine as it were...

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  49. WORFS OF DAYS GONE BY8:34 PM

    Sorry...just waxing nostalgic on this our 8th anniversary (it was right around Thanksgiving as I recall).

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  50. I WORFEUS8:36 PM




    : |


    ...beats listening to you talk about your dog licking between your toes I guess...

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  51. Oops, more scientific evidence of the damage AGW is doing;

    Sea-level rise from polar ice melt finally quantified

    Melting of polar ice sheets has added 11mm to global sea levels over the past two decades, according to the most definitive assessment so far.

    More than 20 polar research teams have combined forces to produce estimates of the state of the ice in Greenland and Antarctica in a paper in Science.

    Until now different measurement means have produced a wide range of estimates with large uncertainties.


    The results show that the largest ice sheet - that of East Antarctica - has gained mass over the study period of 1992-2011 as increased snowfall added to its volume.

    However Greenland, West Antarctica and the Antarctic Peninsula were all found to be losing mass - and on a scale that more than compensates for East Antarctica's gain.

    The study's headline conclusion is that the polar ice sheets have overall contributed 11.1mm to sea level rise but with a "giver or take" uncertainty of 3.8mm - meaning the contribution could be as little as 7.3mm or as much as 14.9mm.

    The combined rate of melting from all the ice sheets has increased over the past 20 years with Greenland losing five times as much now as in 1992.


    Linky

    Antarctica, Greenland ice definitely melting into sea, and speeding up, experts warn

    What had been a blurry picture about polar ice — especially how it impacts sea levels — just got a whole lot clearer as experts on Thursday published a peer-reviewed study they say puts to rest the debate over whether the poles added to, or subtracted from, sea level rise over the last two decades. …
    Combining satellite data from dozens of earlier studies, the study "shows that the Antarctic and Greenland ice sheets have contributed just over 11 millimeters (0.4 inches) to global sea levels since 1992," he added. Two-thirds was from Greenland, a third from Antarctica. …
    That's 20 percent of all sea level rise over the last two decades, with the rest mostly from thermal expansion of waters due to warming sea temperatures, the authors noted. In recent years, however, the percentage "has gone up significantly" to nearly 40 percent, added co-author Michiel van den Broeke from Utrecht University in the Netherlands …


    Linky

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  52. Read the full text

    you only have to pay to read it, BTW.

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  53. "Princess" RIPS Worf's turban.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jr9fcumR5H8

    Princess is upset with you Worf for calling her a pussy.

    You see my doberman don't like insults.She gets the crazy idea you're laughing at her. Now if you apologize...... like I know you're going to..... I might convince her that you really didn't mean it...

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  54. WORFEUS LICKMEUS9:25 PM

    What's she gonna do? Lick me between m toes?

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  55. HELP!!!!!!!!! I cant stop playing X-Box 360 Live. "Battlefield 1943" is just way too cool. I played like 15 straight hours yesterday.......I think I need the 12 steps?

    Sometimes, when confronted by an enemy tank, the gunner/driver from my tank will actually bail out on me - meanwhile I'm sitting there like an idiot pounding the armored beast with a 50.cal machine gun.........such cowards?? My motto is "Not one step back."

    It is interesting playing with people from all over the world.

    You should join Worf? Trust me,you'll love it.

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  56. BTW,I made that video just for you Worf. You have to admit that Princess did rip your turban quite well.

    Bet your dogs scared now.....hehe!

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  57. PANZERKAMPFWORFEN10:18 AM

    Battlefield 1943 ay?

    Ok, but you get a Stuart tank and I get a King Tiger.

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  58. PANZERKAMPFWORFEN10:34 AM

    I just checked it out online. Its fighting the Japs. No Krauts.

    Gotta have Krauts. Krauts had the best tanks.

    Try "World of Tanks".

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  59. PANZERKAMPFWORFEN10:54 AM

    Panzerkampfwagen Mark IV with Armor Skirts and Turret shield (field dressed) with a 75mm long barrel.


    Bring your puny Sherman into my sites.

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  60. You have to admit that Princess did rip your turban quite well.

    Leave it to mook mook to think,

    something that happens in the celluloid world he seems lost in,

    happens in the reality the rest of us inhabit.

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  61. "Gotta have Krauts."

    LOL

    I did try to download "World of Tanks" but for some reason it doesn't work??

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  62. Cliffy,your so droll sometimes. I bet you collect stamps and find it enthralling.......LOL!

    Well,to each his own I guess.

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  63. PANZERKAMPFWORFEN3:40 PM

    " did try to download "World of Tanks" but for some reason it doesn't work??"


    Then I guess you're not the one after all.

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  64. I bet you collect stamps and find it enthralling.......LOL!

    You lose.

    Definitely not the one;

    and never were ... BTW

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  65. Besides, the stamps would just blow away when I ride my Harley.

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  66. Or get all wet when I go bass fishing.


    You know things you do in real life outside the celluloid world.

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  67. PANZERKAMPFWORFEN6:33 PM

    What video?

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  68. WORFDOESNTWEARATURBAN12:13 AM



    I think Johnny officially qualifies as a person of interest. That's some serious obsession he has of me.

    That's just weird.

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  69. SIEGFRIED AND WORFEUS12:17 AM

    Why's he trying to train that big skinny cat to attack me?

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  70. What was that like some kinda Siamese crossbreed or something?

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  71. I'd say the boy now qualifies as officially off his rocker, and potentially dangerous.

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  72. Lighten up scaredy pants......she only eats turbans....LOL!

    Since we have been sharing pictures lately and talking dog talk I thought you might like to see my doberman puppy so I decided to make a joke of it as well.

    Obviously, you forgot to take your anti-schizo meds?

    Just don't stalk me at my house and your turban will be fine.






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  73. Mook mook, yer entire post seems to be a mirror exercise,

    like you are looking at one when writing that post.

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  74. Gee...I dunno Johnny..training a doberman to attack when my name is spoken....


    :|

    Seems pretty bizarre...

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  75. WORFBUD9:05 AM



    I saw an episode of Columbo once where a guy did that....trained the dog to attack someone like that....he used a word...

    : |

    "Rosebud"....as I recall.

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  76. KING WORF9:06 AM




    Well, fortunately "princess" appears more feline than canine.

    : |

    Her master looks more like the princess.

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  77. Sure acts like one here.

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  78. This little girl has more balls than you do Worf......LOL!

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1FimmWD7mAo

    Princess is all bark & virtually NO bite.......that's the way I like her! The only thing you have to worry about from her is all the kisses she will give you - that and a good ear cleaning!

    Actually, you are far more likely to be bitten by a cocker spaniel or collie. My neighbors labrador retriever will bite anyone who walks in the house. Princess simply intimidates.

    And,no, bizarre would be placing a life size pic of your face on one of Cliffy's blow up dolls and then posting 20 videos of a vicious dog attacking it.

    Obviously,I have joked about turbans for years......c'mon Worf like really! But,I guess I can understand your worrisome nature considering you were attacked by a doberman once.









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  79. WORFS BEST FRIEND6:30 PM

    And,no, bizarre would be placing a life size pic of your face on one of Cliffy's blow up dolls and then posting 20 videos of a vicious dog attacking it.

    I'd say 1 video ought to be sufficient to qualify.

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  80. bizarre would be placing a life size pic of your face on one of Cliffy's blow up dolls

    This might be more of mook mook projecting himself unto others like he repeatedly does here.

    He seems to be the one who wants to talk about such thing hence him bringing up the subject.

    and then posting 20 videos of a vicious dog attacking it.

    No mook mook, doing senseless boring videos are your stitch.

    Even though you don't do it very well it is one thing you do try at.

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  81. WORFYWANTS2KNOW10:27 PM

    Why do you say Turban?

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  82. WORF2SOON10:29 PM

    Global Warming is causing parts of America to disappear. Just like scientists have warned us about.

    Why did I have to be born in a day and time when our adherence to science is predicated on one political parties "belief" or "disbelief" in it.

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  83. Love this comment from your link Cliffy.


    "The Bible never mentioned Mars. Therefore it doesn't exist. Who needs science."

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  84. " Why do you say Turban?"

    Just a funny expression we used as kids when talking about Packies.

    Eventually we started using it on each other.

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  85. Anonymous9:18 AM

    Hmmm, sounds sketchy at best.

    So why would you use it in here?

    In a public blog?

    You realize there are a BILLION Muslims in the world, ...most with internet access.

    Why would you use such an expression on the internet?

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  86. Normal mook mook;

    Ignore the science,

    Focus on the dumber comments,

    Like he normally does.

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  87. IT CAN'T BE GLOBAL WORFING12:49 PM

    70 degrees today.

    66 yesterday.

    Been in the 50's and 60's most of the year.

    : |

    Which is odd considering its December.

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  88. IT CAN'T BE GLOBAL WORFING12:50 PM



    But it can't be global warming.

    : |

    Must be some other reason I'm wearing a t-shirt a few weeks before Christmas.

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  89. Anonymous3:46 PM

    Isn't it nice?

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  90. Anonymous6:51 PM

    Sure anonymous. Until the trees start dying off, insects like bees spawn early then die off in the sudden freeze that inevitably comes, crops die, sea levels rise, etc. I liked the planet the way it was. Winter, spring, summer and fall. Nice now. Sucks when its time to pay the piper.

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  91. Arctic Suffered Record Ice Losses In 2012, NOAA Report Card Finds

    Not good unless you want to hunt for oil (IE burn more and make things even worse) or ship things through the Arctic when the ice melts in late summer enough to open the water ways.

    However if you depend on the Arctic to be like a planetary climate regulator in the northern hemisphere to keep the weather from extremes not so much ..... like the people living in NYC and New Jersey found out to their detriment this fall.

    Or depend on generally stable weather patterns to allow modern industrial scale agriculture to feed the many many extra billions of humans we now have thanks to the burning of fossil fuels to sustain them.

    Sucks to depend on burning fossil fuels to feed the billions which also means we destroy the stable climate they depend on for the food they eat.

    Makes the fiscal cliff made up fiasco seem like child's play eh?

    Funny the very same people who applauded Cheney when he claimed Reagan proved deficits don't matter( why not Reagan had NO plans to pay the trillions of debt he ran up, and the right wing still doesn't have any plans),

    Cigarettes don't cause cancer,

    and Global warming isn't real or caused by humans burning hundreds of millions of years of sequestered carbon in less then two centuries,

    cannot accept their flawed and failed ideology has doomed us all to a much harder economy, and ecology to live in.




    PS: Don't even ask how large Arctic marine mammals are doing.

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  92. Bhawawahahwawhawawhhahahahahahaha;


    Study: Health reform saved consumers $1.5 billion in 2011

    and faux snooze still has their low information drooling know nothing base demanding the law be repealed so large health insurance corps and HMO's can return to ripping them all off.


    In a many many ways the comedy is gold, just not at this moment going into the pockets of the scam artists who cannot scam as easily as they did when Bush Jr was in charge eh?.

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  93. By the way, our "Anonymous" comment at 3:46 yesterday asking "isn't it nice?" about global warming making it warm in December is our Pal Voltron.

    Being the "anonymouse".

    Finally peeping up his head after the election. He's starting to come out of the daze.

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  94. PS; if the private rate payers are saving money, wanna bet the public tax paid benefits are also saving tax payers money??????????????

    And the lying liars of the GOper crowd want to claim it costs money????

    WHAT OUTRIGHT LIARS THEY ARE.

    But then again we already knew that eh voltron???????

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  95. States are rethinking their rejection of health care incentives. They're realizing if they do they'll be cheating themselves out of millions in support for their poorest that THEY will have to foot the bill for if they reject it (like they always have had to).

    So they're realizing that maybe a country that makes sure ALL its citizens can see a doctor when they need to isn't such a bad thing after all.

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  96. Wanna know something outrageous;

    People in TEXAS are some of the people who benefiting from Obamacare more.

    The study said that consumers in Texas, New Mexico, Missouri, West Virginia and South Carolina saw the biggest benefits,

    ....probably cause the teabaggin GOpers allowed corporations to screw the people over there much more then other states did.


    South Carolina????


    Naw the good GOpers of SC wouldn't allow the citizens of South Carolina to get screwed over by wall, street corporations padding their bottom line to increase the CEO's stock options and benefit package.

    Not the good GOpers of SC.

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  97. We can save a lot of money by simply sending a poor person to a primary care physician and covering it rather than letting them go to the emergency room and sticking the state with the ER bill.

    Its a no brainer.

    Problem is, so are Tea Partiers.

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  98. Another stupid gun nut who shouldn't have been allowed to have a gun .... and now won't be able to own any guns any more.



    .


    .


    .


    .


    .


    The Walking Stupid! Long Island man arrested after shooting girlfriend over argument about possibility of zombie apocalypse like one on TV's 'The Walking Dead'


    At least if zombies ever come he's safe;

    zombies eat brains and this doof ain't got none.

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  99. Who'd a thunk, fuax snooze has standards?

    Fox News CEO issues orders to keep Rove off the air


    Must suck to fail at rigging an election,

    and then,

    lose your cushy faux snooze gig.

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  100. Or maybe just more of the right wing circular firing squad after President Obama beat Willard 51.3% to


    get this


    47%.


    Obama....64,899,877....51.3%


    Willard....59,457,764....47%

    Linky

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  101. President Obama has received more votes for the Oval Office, then any other candidate ever received.



    Twice, in fact

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  102. GLOBAL WORFING5:31 PM


    Republican kid;

    "Mommy mommy, why is it hot out at Christmas time?"

    "shut up and write your school report disproving the sciency global warmers theories.".

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  103. FRED WORFSTONE5:36 PM



    "mommy mommy, why's it 72 degrees at Thanksgiving?"

    "shut up and write your report on how to drive a dinosaur".

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  104. One more extreme weather event that killed people on planet earth


    b-b-b-buttt didn't dummytron say this is normal nothing to worry about?

    Stunned parents searching for missing children examined a row of mud-stained bodies covered with banana leaves while survivors dried their soaked belongings on roadsides Wednesday, a day after a powerful typhoon killed nearly 300 people in the southern Philippines.


    Tell that to the parents searching for their children, like the lady on Staten Island .....

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  105. Is Obama a Socialist? In 2012, Millions Went to the Dictionary to Find Out


    On Monday night, former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin appeared on Fox News, where she told Sean Hannity that "Barack Obama is a socialist. He believes in socialism."

    Palin's statement wasn't especially surprising; it's hardly the first time she's said that the president was a socialist, and she wasn't the first person to make the claim. For much of the past four years, critics from John McCain to Dick Morris to Rush Limbaugh have tried to tack the s-word on the President, claiming that Obamacare, the CARD Act, the Wall Street bailout and the fight over tax increases were all examples of creeping socialism.

    Another thing that isn't particularly surprising: According to the Merriam-Webster online dictionary, the two most looked-up words of 2012 were "socialism" and "capitalism," followed closely by a few other politically-charged terms: "democracy," "marriage" and "bigotry." For that matter, a few other terms seem to have migrated from the Washington circus to the dictionary's version of America's Top 40. Shortly after the vice presidential debate, "malarkey" managed to make the chart; since then, words like "bourgeois," "hypocrite," "insidious," "integrity" and "proselytize" have also made it onto the list of most-referenced terms.

    Sounds like somebody's been watching C-Span.

    The general public's confusion about the definitions of socialism and democracy is understandable; for the past few years, an army of befuddled commentators have tried to figure out what the President's critics mean when they call him a socialist. In July, Milos Forman, a director who grew up in a Soviet-dominated Czechoslovakia, offered an explanation in The New York Times:
    I'm not sure Americans today appreciate quite how predatory socialism was. It was not -- as Mr. Obama's detractors suggest -- merely a government so centralized and bloated that it hobbled private enterprise: it was a spoils system that killed off everything, all in the name of "social justice."
    Part of the problem, Forman argued, was that the president's critics confuse European-style social democracies, whose benign policies guarantee a fairly comprehensive social safety net, with brutal, Soviet-style totalitarianism.

    Perhaps the best judge of Obama's alleged socialism would be a real, honest-to-Pete socialist. In 2009, Billy Wharton, editor of The Socialist magazine, rose to the task, stating that "Not only is [Obama] not a socialist, he may in fact not even be a liberal." To explain why the president was, in his words, a "hedge-fund democrat," Wharton cited Obama's refusal to structurally change the financial system, his refusal to institute single-payer health care, and his aggressive foreign policies -- all of which would be grounds for kicking him out of the socialist club.

    According to Merriam-Webster, socialism is "Any of various economic and political theories advocating collective or governmental ownership and administration of the means of production and distribution of goods." Alternate definitions include a "society or group living in which there is no private property," and "a system ... in which the means of production are owned and controlled by the state."

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  106. Claims of "wealth redistribution" and "class warfare" aside, it's worth noting that Obama's much-attacked health care plan is based around private enterprise -- not around government control of the means of production. It uses private insurers and private hospitals to handle the flow of medical care (and, not incidentally, those private institutions will reap a large share of the profits that are generated by a more widely-insured populace). For that matter, his proposed top income tax rate -- 39.5% on the highest income bracket -- is a fraction of Richard Nixon's top rate of 70% or Dwight Eisenhower's 92% rate.

    To cite a few of Merriam Webster's top 25 terms from the last few days, the attacks on the president, while pragmatic (4) and dogmatic (12), are perhaps less than productive. Although it may be too much to ask for comradery (13) in Washington, a little more integrity (19) would not be out of place. For that matter, is it too much to ask that Obama's critics jettison "socialism" (14) in favor of a more accurate term?

    Touche! (3)

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  107. See? I knew it.

    They're so stupid they don't even know the meaning of the word.

    Doesn't stop them from accusing him of it though.

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  108. WORFY1:33 PM

    My question is why is Palin out there trying to stir up the nutjobs again?

    She did this to Gabby Giffords.

    Why is she out there again, trying to frighten the crazies into believing that Obama is something "dangerous" to the United States?

    What's wrong with Sarah Palin, and how does she get away with it?

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  109. They were dealin' with Palin and NOT lookin up the word Idiot?

    Oh right her picture in under that definition.

    they looked that one up in 2008 ....

    and rejected her lunacy.

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  110. WORFY3:20 PM

    49 percent of republicans in a recent poll answered yes when asked if Acorn stole the election for Obama.

    What the pollsters didn't remind the poll takers was Acorn is no longer in existence.

    49 percent said "yes".

    There's your "informed" republican voter.

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  111. Wanna bet dummytron agreed with the 49%ers???????

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  112. Ya'll have to have heard demint is another quitter, but the comedy gold doesn't end there.



    Mark Sanford Considering Bid To Replace DeMint


    Please proceed governor .......

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  113. Wanna bet dummytron agreed with the 49%ers??????

    I'm pretty sure he was whining about them a little while ago, not long before he took a powder.

    : |

    Of course we all know he's back. The anonymous comment saying "Isn't it nice" was him.

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  114. Mooooooooooooooo!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  115. Anonymous3:24 PM

    Moo.

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  116. I love money..........its the best....LOL!

    : D

    Trust me people, love does NOT pay the rent, however, it does buy happiness........big time..........LOL!!!

    Ahhhhhhhhhh......gotta love vagaries of perception!!!

    When you have money everyone wants a slice of the juicy pie,BUT,when you have none you are looked down upon.

    Worf's ignorant Trailer Trash" comments of those less fortunate than us are a clear example of this.

    And,Lydia,our hostess, stands by him and calls him brilliant????

    :D


    I am "The One."

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  117. Anonymous3:32 PM

    Yea, "one thought".

    Every sentence there you've said before.

    What do you have all these saved up and just randomly cut and paste them?

    Are you more than one person.

    : |


    Are you legion?

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  118. Only, COWARDS, post anonymously......period!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  119. I WORFEUS3:33 PM

    Its me worf by the way.

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  120. I WORFEUS3:34 PM

    So Voltron's a coward?

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  121. I am not legion. I am simply "The One."

    : D

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  122. I WORFEUS3:34 PM

    Because that was him that said "isn't it nice" about the warm weather in December.

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  123. Nice deflection BTW??

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  124. I WORFEUS3:36 PM

    Johnnymoomoo said...
    I am not legion. I am simply "The One."


    Then why do you repost a mish mash of old, unrelated sentences that you've said in here before?

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  125. I WORFEUS3:37 PM

    Johnnymoomoo said...

    Nice deflection BTW??


    What did I "deflect"?

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  126. Anonymous3:40 PM

    well???

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  127. PANZERKAMPFWORFEN3:43 PM

    As usual you can't keep up.

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  128. Ouch,my stereo system is loud.....LOL

    : D

    My ears are ringing.

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  129. Nevertheless,money rules.

    : D

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  130. PANZERKAMPFWORFEN3:48 PM

    1.The term "trailer-trash" has nothing to do with trailers, income or wealth.

    It has to do with a mentality. It has to do with character.

    2. I'm not sure if Lydia called me "brilliant" recently or anything so not sure what that has to do with anything anyway.

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  131. poor poor mook mook

    keeps claimin' he's #1

    when his posts reek of #2


    ;^)

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  132. "It has to do with a mentality."

    : D

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  133. PANZERKAMPFWORFEN3:56 PM

    The vague and ambiguous one.

    ReplyDelete
  134. PANZERKAMPFWORFEN3:57 PM

    That helps when you don't have a clear point.

    ReplyDelete
  135. I WORFEUS3:57 PM




    ....except for the one on the top of your head of course.

    ReplyDelete
  136. "It has to do with a mentality."

    and a wee bit of paranoid schizophrenia

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  137. PANZERKAMPFWORFEN4:02 PM

    These are just recycled old one liners he's made before, like he has them saved up and just cuts and pastes them in.

    There's no valid charge there.

    I already told him what I meant by the term years ago and I've pretty much stopped using it since it bothers his "politically correct sensitivities", ...which otherwise are noticeably lacking.



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  138. Cliffy,please post more doom & gloom.


    ; |

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  139. I WORFEUS4:05 PM

    Doom and gloom? You mean global warming?

    : |

    Yea...reality sucks, huh?

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  140. You mean your saying the words trailer trash

    hurts mook mook sensibilities,

    but dummytron advocating the out right murder of 1.6 billion people didn't?????


    man he is more screwed up in de head then I thought.

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  141. PANZERKAMPFWORFEN4:06 PM

    ; |

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  142. I guess reality is gloom and doom to a water carrier for the right wing trolls worf.

    ReplyDelete
  143. Cliffy, may not know it, but he and Agent Smith have much in common.

    : D

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  144. PANZERKAMPFWORFEN4:09 PM

    clif said...

    You mean your saying the words trailer trash hurts mook mook sensibilities,


    Yup. He's been whining about it on
    and off for years now.

    And he knows what i mean by it. I told him repeatedly over the years.

    Yet sometimes he comes in like he did tonight and just starts whining about it. For no reason.

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  145. PANZERKAMPFWORFEN4:10 PM

    I blame it on the booze.

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  146. I am definitively "The One."

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  147. Cliffy, may not know it, but he and Agent Smith have much in common.

    More celluloid fantasy from mook mook.

    Cannot stay in reality for long it seems.

    a wee bit of paranoid schizophrenic might be closer then I thought ....

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  148. I am definitively "The One."

    but your posts reek of #2

    ReplyDelete
  149. PANZERKAMPFWORFEN4:20 PM

    Johnnymoomoo said...

    I am definitively "The One."


    By that you mean you're single?

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  150. PANZERKAMPFWORFEN4:25 PM

    hold on, I gotta go take a "one".

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  151. "Yea...reality sucks, huh?"



    "The Matrix is the world that has been pulled over your eyes,to blind you from the truth.

    Neo : What truth?

    Morpheus : That you are a slave, Neo. Like everyone else, you were born into bondage, born into a prison that you cannot smell or
    taste or touch. A prison...for your mind.Unfortunately,
    no one can be_told_ what the Matrix is...you have to see it for yourself.

    Morpheus: This is your _last chance. After this, there is no turning back.

    You take the blue pill, the story ends you wake up and believe whatever you want to believe.

    You take the red pill.....you stay in wonderland...and I show you just how deep the rabbit hole goes.

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  152. Mook mook keeps hiding in the non reality of a decade old celluloid fantasy. See above.


    One that cannot happen in the reality most of the rest of us actually live in.

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  153. PANZERKAMPFWORFEN4:30 PM

    If I were you mooster....I'd stop taking those pills altogether.

    Red or blue.

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  154. "You take the blue pill, the story ends you wake up and believe whatever you want to believe.

    You take the red pill.....you stay in wonderland...and I show you just how deep the rabbit hole goes."

    ReplyDelete
  155. He's sorta like the guy from Long Island who actually shot his girl-friend cause she said zombies ain't real.

    He seems that delusional.

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  156. "You take the blue pill, the story ends you wake up and believe whatever you want to believe.

    You take the red pill.....you stay in wonderland...and I show you just how deep the rabbit hole goes."


    and if you STOP asking reality to come from a pill in the first place,

    you might make it back to the reality based world.

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  157. Amazing!!!?? Cliffy,thinks he is smarter than some of the worlds greatest philosophers??

    Agent Smith = Cliffy = Schopenhauer.....LOL!

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  158. How much longer do we have to live from mankind's incompetence Cliffy???

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  159. Amazing!!!?? Cliffy,thinks he is smarter than some of the worlds greatest philosophers??

    By saying don't take drugs to deal with reality??????

    Hell, most school children can figure that one out mook mook ............

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  160. How much longer do we have to live from mankind's incompetence Cliffy???

    Don't know, don't do seances.

    ReplyDelete
  161. But if you think we can keep burning sequestered carbon, like we have increasingly done the last century and a half, and NOT keep changing the planets environment in ways not conducive, to human habitation on a scale like we have currently, you ain't living in the reality based world.

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  162. " Don't know, don't do seances.'

    ASTONISHING!!! Cliffy,who is always reminding us of mankind's incompetence now compares life to seances........LOL!!!???

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  163. ASTONISHING!!! Cliffy,who is always reminding us of mankind's incompetence now compares life to seances........LOL!!!???

    No silly little "one",

    I am comparing your request for exact predictions of the future to people who claim that power.

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  164. PANZERKAMPFWORFEN4:49 PM


    You take the red pill.....you stay in wonderland...and I show you just how deep the rabbit hole goes."




    Sorry, I don't swing that way.

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  165. GLOBAL WORFING4:51 PM


    clif said...
    But if you think we can keep burning sequestered carbon, like we have increasingly done the last century and a half, and NOT keep changing the planets environment in ways not conducive, to human habitation on a scale like we have currently, you ain't living in the reality based world.


    Can't help but notice you avoided Clifs response there so wanted to make sure you didn't overlook it.

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  166. Well,at least I respect you more than, Worf, who almost has a complete nervous collapse over a "doggy video."


    LOL

    : D

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  167. Worf, water carriers for the right wing talking points always ignore reality to push their fantasy based talking points.


    Mook mook just adds a celluloid fantasy on top of the right wing fantasy talking points he pushes.

    ReplyDelete
  168. who almost has a complete nervous collapse

    Starting to deal with your "missing years" eh mook mook??????

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  169. JMM.........Turban ripper!!

    : D

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  170. JMM.........Turban ripper!!

    Who in R-e-a-l-i-t-y

    has done n-o-t-h-i-n-g.


    But in his colored pill addled mind is "de one".

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  171. PANZERKAMPFWORFEN4:57 PM

    Johnnymoomoo said...

    Well,at least I respect you more than, Worf, who almost has a complete nervous collapse over a "doggy video."


    You only showed me video of a cat.

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  172. PANZERKAMPFWORFEN4:58 PM

    A long and spindley legged cat.

    ReplyDelete
  173. "MotherDuck4000" will win.....LOL!


    ReplyDelete
  174. "MotherDuck4000" rips turban on "Battlefield 1943."

    ReplyDelete
  175. Nice diversion mook mook;

    too bad this is still true;


    You take the red pill.....you stay in wonderland...and I show you just how deep the rabbit hole goes."



    Sorry, I don't swing that way.

    4:49 PM
    Anonymous GLOBAL WORFING said...


    clif said...
    But if you think we can keep burning sequestered carbon, like we have increasingly done the last century and a half, and NOT keep changing the planets environment in ways not conducive, to human habitation on a scale like we have currently, you ain't living in the reality based world.

    Can't help but notice you avoided Clifs response there so wanted to make sure you didn't overlook it.


    and YOU continue to try to ignore it and divert attention away from that REALITY.

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  176. "MotherDuck4000" rips turban on "Battlefield 1943."

    Which color pill did they (or you) use?

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  177. PANZERKAMPFWORFEN5:17 PM

    Wait'll Morpheus tells him its a suppository.

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  178. "MotherDuck4000" is The One."

    : D

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  179. Anonymous GLOBAL WORFING said...


    'clif said...

    But if you think we can keep burning sequestered carbon, like we have increasingly done the last century and a half, and NOT keep changing the planets environment in ways not conducive, to human habitation on a scale like we have currently, you ain't living in the reality based world"



    Wahhhhhhhhhhhhhhh!!!!!!


    Like I said............Cliffy = Schopenhauer.

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  180. Wahhhhhhhhhhhhhhh!!!!!!


    Like I said............Cliffy = Schopenhauer.


    Typical mook mook;

    totally ignore the reality of the science,

    and look for a dumb assed comment,

    even if HE has to be "de one" making it.

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  181. PANZERKAMPFWORFEN5:30 PM




    So stating reality is "wahhhhhhhhhh!!!"?

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  182. If there is one thing in life that I have truly learned....I cant change the world and everyone in it......period!!!!!

    Your resistance is futile.....LOL!

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  183. GLOBAL WORFING5:32 PM


    Like I said Clif, its like trying to teach primate at the zoo about Red Shift.

    : |

    He just doesn't have the reasoning skills to even mildly understand it.

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  184. "MotherDuck4000" is The One."

    and

    I am "The One."


    means

    mook mook MUST be

    mutha ducky 4000

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  185. GLOBAL WORFING5:33 PM

    The Impotent One Said...

    I cant change the world and everyone in it.



    The irony in that pathetically weak and stupid statement, is that Global Warming proves man can change the world.


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  186. PANZERKAMPFWORFEN5:34 PM

    Determined individuals have been changing the world since the beginning of recorded history.


    Of course Moo Moos probably right. "HE" can't change anything.

    ReplyDelete
  187. PANZERKAMPFWORFEN5:35 PM

    I doubt he can change his socks without help.

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  188. Funny;

    mook mook keeps claimin' to be "de one" here;

    but when asked to contribute to a solution to the most pressing dilemma humanity faces;

    he cries he is powerless;

    totally helpless.

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  189. Liberals CRAVE blue pills and DESPERATELY consume them.....LOL!

    HELP!!!!!!!!!!!!!........I have a story! If you don't listen to my woes, like a sucker, then you must be a psychopath????

    ReplyDelete

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