^ Seriously, what's wrong with you? You might be the best argument against legalizing weed that's ever existed.
Bill would be ashamed of your intellectual dishonesty. Why do you watch him anyway? He's not exactly conservatively biased.
Sometimes I need to remind myself that you're probably a pathological liar.
> Trust me, I was completely accurate both times jester.
Oh Rick. You do realize anyone can scroll up and see that you purposely moved the quotation mark, yes? That you keep insisting we trust you and that nothing was edited is bizarre because it's literally right there on the screen.
Anyway, I'm about to watching tonight's Bill Maher and vaporize some weed so have fun insisting you didn't alter my quotes while I'm gone.
I am so bored with you two bickering.
"Meanwhile, a member of its board is about to raise truckloads of cash for a man who wants to abolish the federal minimum wage."
This is what should concern you lifetime Democrat FrankieB. You can be a Republican and still care about the lower wage worker, yes? Unfortunately it hasn't been so
And why did it take that long to ask myself that question?
Shame on me.
Trust me, I was completely accurate both times jester. Although, I think your job within the royal court is in serious jeopardy. Your definition of magic doeth not please "His Majesty."
Why do I even bother with you?
Hey, congrats! You actually managed to accurately cut-and-paste my quote without one of the quotation marks magically being moved to alter the context. A+, would definitely read that post again!
"I already fucked him in these comments and he knows it ;)"
I hope those quotation marks didn't diminish the integrity of your comment assisse. Given your comment though, I really think I deserve a response to my question above.
It's comments like these that give people who are faking celiac a bad name.
^ Desperation doesn't suit you very well. Not that anyone would respond, but I'd love to hear if anyone else thinks my "sinister" movement of a single quotation mark was really the game-changer you're making it out to be.
I'm sure you've been "hand crafting" all night too buddy. Just curious, what was I wearing (if anything)?
I already fucked him in these comments and he knows it ;)
Would you two just screw already?
Hinging my defense? I didn't know I was on trial. Is the comment section your courtroom? I feel bad how wound up you get when you realize you're embarrassing yourself.
Just for future reference, when you remove a quote that clearly separates a direct statement with a sarcastic one, yes, it does change the context. That's precisely why you did it in the first place. You knew this, hence first trying to hide behind "I didn't change your text" (hint: a quotation is part of the text). It's bizarre you'd even need this pointed out to you. Either way, you get to start your weekend with a nice shiny L, hand crafted by yours truly. Enjoy it :)
New seasons market has always had a stance in the 12 years I've been with them not to put there name in the political ring.i know that brian rhoters wife ran for mayor of portland but if he were still ceo this wouldn't be happening at all.
Jesus assisse, are you really hinging your defense on the movement of a single quotation mark?!?!?! It doesn’t change the “substance” of your comment one bit. To describe your defense as flimsy, would be an understatement to say the least. Anybody with half a brain realizes that the context isn’t changed at all by encapsulating your entire comment in quotes.
Please stop trying to insult the readers’ intelligence.
"Everyone sees it." What? All 4 people that've read this thread. I love how you (and a few others) get off co-opting other people's thoughts or opinions. It's practically admitting your words are meaningless and they can't stand on their own.
You'd make a decent lawyer, but you'd be a terrible professor.
frankieb, I'll be sure to afford your opinion (of me) the appropriate level of credence.
> I feel bad you resorted to editing my quotation marks
> No edit to the text
Everyone sees it. Hold this L.
frankie: Conservatives are infamous for hating anything healthy (see Michelle Obama's whole school lunch effort in the southern states). For every southerner giving up cornbread and fried okra on account of a gluten myth there's 1,000 eager liberals aching to tell you that they can't eat honey, but it's ok if you do *guilty eyes*
This girl sounds like trouble.
assissie, for the most part I agree with you here (rickstevens, you are embarrassing yourself too)
But I think it would be a mistake to label 'gluten-free' seekers as just liberals.
Both liberals and conservatives seem pretty adverse to science when it suits their need.
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