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Message 1229651 - Posted: 9 May 2012, 18:36:10 UTC - in response to Message 1229650.

I'll be damned to hell if that was sweet nectar! It was hog wash! Im leaving your table and I'll be damned if Im a coming back!

Ay-up! is ID going for a full blown flounce here, could be accused of being
a troll you know.



he'll change his mind when he sees the menu....

Roasted Yams, Roast Beef, Veg, washed down by several tankards of lager...
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Message 1229652 - Posted: 9 May 2012, 18:38:04 UTC - in response to Message 1229651.

I'll be damned to hell if that was sweet nectar! It was hog wash! Im leaving your table and I'll be damned if Im a coming back!

Ay-up! is ID going for a full blown flounce here, could be accused of being
a troll you know.



he'll change his mind when he sees the menu....

Roasted Yams, Roast Beef, Veg, washed down by several tankards of lager...

Now I wounder how hungry he is???


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Message 1229751 - Posted: 9 May 2012, 22:34:32 UTC - in response to Message 1229651.

I'll be damned to hell if that was sweet nectar! It was hog wash! Im leaving your table and I'll be damned if Im a coming back!

Ay-up! is ID going for a full blown flounce here, could be accused of being
a troll you know.



he'll change his mind when he sees the menu....

Roasted Yams, Roast Beef, Veg, washed down by several tankards of lager...

You picking up the tab? [smile]

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Message 1229756 - Posted: 9 May 2012, 22:39:47 UTC - in response to Message 1229751.
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I'll be damned to hell if that was sweet nectar! It was hog wash! Im leaving your table and I'll be damned if Im a coming back!

Ay-up! is ID going for a full blown flounce here, could be accused of being
a troll you know.



he'll change his mind when he sees the menu....

Roasted Yams, Roast Beef, Veg, washed down by several tankards of lager...

You picking up the tab? [smile]

"If your Irish come into the parrrrrrler", if you've got any Irish in your blood,
ID, then you'll be in for a free night mate.
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Message 1229765 - Posted: 9 May 2012, 22:50:09 UTC - in response to Message 1229756.

I'll be damned to hell if that was sweet nectar! It was hog wash! Im leaving your table and I'll be damned if Im a coming back!

Ay-up! is ID going for a full blown flounce here, could be accused of being
a troll you know.



he'll change his mind when he sees the menu....

Roasted Yams, Roast Beef, Veg, washed down by several tankards of lager...

You picking up the tab? [smile]

"If your Irish come into the parrrrrrler", if you've got any Irish in your blood,
ID, then you'll be in for a free night mate.


Scottish, mostly. May I bring my T*t along? Some Irish. German and Italian.

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Message 1229802 - Posted: 10 May 2012, 0:10:33 UTC - in response to Message 1229617.
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There is some noted variability in the ability of flouncers to remain flounced. Speculation as to the flouncer's ability to 'stick the flounce' is a common topic, post-flounce. It is the totally unfair and unwarranted observation of this author--as implied by the above set of reasons for flounces--that flouncing is a particularly common maneuver amongst tone trolls.

Ho-ho, do flouncers and trolls have something in common?


Looks like tone trolls may be somewhat more likely to flounce than other posters.
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Message 1229865 - Posted: 10 May 2012, 3:18:58 UTC

So was someone implying that I'm a troll?? Lol, if so, that someone better have a look at my posts and threads around here...
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Message 1229903 - Posted: 10 May 2012, 5:06:16 UTC

Kafkatrapping!
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Message 1229911 - Posted: 10 May 2012, 5:21:17 UTC
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lol.bless you
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Message 1229913 - Posted: 10 May 2012, 5:28:47 UTC

Indeed--Kafkatrapping

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Message 1230435 - Posted: 11 May 2012, 6:19:21 UTC - in response to Message 1229238.

That's my hypocritical tendency. What's yours?

Posting after a flounce. I hate it when people do that.


OMG!!!!!! Look what the cat dragged in!!!

After over a year of having no one to blame, it looks like relief is FINALLY in sight.

Welcome home, friend.

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Message 1231445 - Posted: 13 May 2012, 5:58:59 UTC - in response to Message 1229262.

ID -- be honest, you take your *interpretation* of the law to heart and readily dispute any other interpretation as simply being wrong. Let's face it, this form of intellectual absolutism is part of who you are.



I take the law to heart. I belong to the Constitution Party. The law is as the intent of the founders. It was agreed on by the 13, and every state thereafter. There is no wiggle room in federal law. If you want or need to wiggle you do that in the state.

It's cut an dry to me.


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Message 1231503 - Posted: 13 May 2012, 11:23:46 UTC

Flounce.. trying to add it to my vocabulary. We used to call those "rage quit".
Back in the day...


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Message 1231686 - Posted: 13 May 2012, 19:42:01 UTC
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The law is as the intent of the founders.

Intent can be found by reading the Federalist Papers.

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Message 1231804 - Posted: 14 May 2012, 1:03:12 UTC - in response to Message 1231686.

ID, would the founders 1) Interpret their writings as you do today and/or 2) Write what they wrote then today?

I think not, but, it seems, in a manner consistent from your apparent mind set on other matters as well, you see the Federalist papers as Holy Writ, absolute and not subject to interpretation -- or at least not subject to any interpretation that is at variance with your interpretation.

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Message 1231807 - Posted: 14 May 2012, 1:07:45 UTC - in response to Message 1231804.

ID, would the founders 1) Interpret their writings as you do today and/or 2) Write what they wrote then today?

I think not, but, it seems, in a manner consistent from your apparent mind set on other matters as well, you see the Federalist papers as Holy Writ, absolute and not subject to interpretation -- or at least not subject to any interpretation that is at variance with your interpretation.


Have you--yourself--read them papers yet?

I think not, you would have had your own question answered.

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Message 1231911 - Posted: 14 May 2012, 6:28:46 UTC - in response to Message 1231807.

ID -- yes I have read them -- I have read them aware of their political context at the time. They are glorious writings and quite well attuned to their political context.

But you see, my concrete and absolutist interlocutor, times and political context change (something the founders were in fact quite aware of) and that intrusion of reality (which you appear to reject) results in what some (not you certainly) have phrased in describing our constitution as a 'living, breathing' document.

This difference of vantage point also manifests in your religious pronouncements. For you these are all absolute and concrete. For me any many of MY co-religionists, the Tenach is a living breathing body of work subject to many different interpretations.

In a modern, complex, compound world, there are certainly an intellectual class of people for whom absolute and concrete thinking provides an effective insulation from the outside world. That is ok for them, but when this class of people seeks to propagate their views as the only true faith (or political faith) an inevitable conflict arises.

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Message 1233890 - Posted: 20 May 2012, 6:00:49 UTC - in response to Message 1229199.

In line with the OP, I am pretty far right but I have a hard time defending the death penalty. Maybe in extreme cases like high treason or desertion, but other than that is just seems senseless to me and it stands in contraction to my personal beliefs.

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