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I voted for Barack Obama!!

Discussion in 'Politics, Elections & Legislation' started by steele, Apr 22, 2010.

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  1. steele

    steele TS Member

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    I tried to post a MPG, but it got lost between here & Photobucket. I'll try again. If not I'll send it to someone to post. This will get some blood boiling!!
     
  2. stokinpls

    stokinpls Well-Known Member

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    Looks like help is on the way.


    "I know nothiiinnnggg!" LOL
     
  3. steele

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    Still can't load a WMV. I got it on Photobucket, but that is as far as it goes. Any suggestions?
     
  4. halfmile

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    Highlight & copy the embed info and paste it in the subject area.

    That's what I do with youtube and photobucket.

    Good shortcuts are Control-C for copy and control-V for paste.

    HM
     
  5. steele

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    I think I got it!!!!!
     
  7. Jerbear

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    <embed width="600" height="361" type="application/x-shockwave-flash" allowFullscreen="true" allowNetworking="all" wmode="transparent" src="http://static.photobucket.com/player.swf?file=http://vid1040.photobucket.com/albums/b404/silverseitz/Ivotedforobama.flv">



    HTML Code "this is the link you want to post videos on here". Copy and paste.





    Jerbear
     
  8. smsnyder

    smsnyder Well-Known Member

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    Do brains
     
  9. H82MIS

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    and "THEY" wonder why the n word never goes away,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
     
  10. halfmile

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    man, that's just wrong.


    halfmile_2008_03034.jpg



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  11. steele

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    When I grow up, I want to be just like JERBEAR. I thought this would hit a few nerves.
     
  12. Jerbear

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    Muzzle, this b!tch needs to be well.... you fill in the blanks.


    Jerbear
     
  13. slayer

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    i wonder how they got her to n..... up like that. You would think she would have more self respect.
     
  14. H82MIS

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    slayer,,,money can get you anything,,,,
     
  15. blade819

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    Darwin was right after all.
     
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    That is the epitomy of the NNNNNN word.
     
  17. GSPBirdDog

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    My grandfather always told me:
    "There are many cure for many things in the world,But there is no cure for STUPID"
     
  18. Catpower

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    The damn shame of it all is there are a bunch of our "citizens" that agree with her
     
  19. 391 shooter

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    We have, our recent ancesters have, kept electing the wrong SOB's to DC and we are finally paying the price.

    There is no way I can comment on this video, because, I would be banned for ever from this site. There is not a PC answer to this or what she (it) represents.

    Parden me now while I go PUKE.
     
  20. stokinpls

    stokinpls Well-Known Member

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    Robert Mugabe is one of Lord Soetoro's idols. Maybe this is the change he has planned for us. Actually, sorta sounds like Detroit now.

    "Rhodesian Farmers Defensive Arrangements

    I knew many Rhodesian farmers and have visited many farmsteads over the years. At every farm, defensive arrangements were made up to suit their particular situation and infrastructure. The following would be a general overview:

    1) Most farmers fitted hand-grenade grills to the outside of all windows. Doors leading outside were likewise security grilled.

    2) Many farmers built thick walls about a meter in front of bedroom windows to stop bullets, but particularly to deal with RPG 7`s. Beds were never placed against the outside walls of a farmhouse.

    3) It was usual to have a designated safe room within the farmhouse that could be defended until support arrived. Sometimes this was a central corridor that allowed the farmer to move into other rooms to attack those outside through the windows. In the loft or ceiling over the safe room, some farmers laid sand bags to deal with possible mortar attack.

    4) Every farmhouse in a given area was linked by a radio system called “Agric Alert”. This allowed radio contact with other farmers who formed their own defence units, usually under the umbrella of PATU (Police Anti-Terrorist Unit), which would react to a call from one of their neighbours for assistance. Another means of alarm raising was the use of a signal rocket - The Agric-Alert system was not done away with after the war, such was the lack of trust in Mugabe`s promises. It performed admirably as well when dealing with criminal activity such as stock theft. The alert system arranged for all farmers to check in with each other at a given time in the morning and evening as a means of monitoring their status.

    5) Around all farmhouse gardens were erected security fences with barbed wire (or razor wire) and which often had simple alarm systems built into them. Some I believe were electrified, if not before the end of the war, certainly afterwards. Within the fence boundary, every farmer usually had a couple of large dogs. The dogs were fed their largest meal in the morning instead of the evening, in order to help keep them awake at night. Other farmers had geese or ducks, which made excellent guard “dogs.” Gardens were kept deliberately trim so as to keep clear fields of view and fire etc. The farm houses also had outside flood lighting erected in such a way as to blind those outside the fence, but not to interfere with the vision of those within the farmhouse.

    6) All farmers and their wives were armed with an assortment of weapons, and most farmers were trained military men. They had at least one assault rifle, usually an FAL 7.62, assorted shot guns, .303 hunting rifles and so forth. It was also not unusual for wives to carry Uzi`s around with them, or other equivalents such as the Rhodesian Cobra. All members of the family were trained on the various weaponry available to them, including the kids. In one famous incident a child successfully fought off the attacking terrorists after both of his parents were wounded. The main defensive weapons were at all times within immediate reach of the adult farmhouse occupants, and were placed next to the bed at night.

    7) Some farmers used mine protected vehicles, as a favourite of terrorists was to landmine the driveway outside the fence. A great deal of time was spent looking at the dirt roads for freshly dug earth points and so forth when driving around the farm.

    8) Some farm gardens and particular points external to the fence were wired with home-made claymore like devices strategically placed in areas where attackers were likely to take cover. In a few instances farmers deliberately erected “cover positions” for the terrorists to use outside the fence, which were then blown up upon attack. A particular favourite was a section of plastic piping filled with nails, nuts, bolts, screws and so forth. I witnessed tests with these and the tubes cleared large areas of their intended aiming point of all bush cover and leaves from trees etc for about 30 meters into the bush. By placing a number of figure 8`s in front of these tests, it was apparent from the strike patterns that not one of them would have walked again had they been terrorists.

    9) Some farmers also hired soldiers on leave to guard their premises at night. Usually these were men looking for extra “beer” money. They were called Bright Lights, and often ended up in fire fights with the terrorists, where they came as a nasty surprise to the terrs when the latter were expecting a nice soft hit and run. Like all farmers in an area, Bright Lights would participate in the support of other farmers when the situation required.

    10) Good relationships with farm labour, particularly the house staff, very often warned of problems before they occurred. All of us who grew up in the country have fond memories of those employees who took care of us as kids, and who often placed themselves at great risk for doing so."
     
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