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    I'll refrain from typing all of what I want to here but I hope that something really really bad happens to you.

    I once thought that you were a relativley intelligent person, but have now realized how wrong I am. You can build a rotary engine and draw a circuit diagram but aside from that you are a ******* idiot.

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    Right.... So he disagrees with you and he's a f***ing idiot.
    Do you say that to everyone who's viewpoint differs from yours?
    "No officer, I wasnt speeding and you are a ******* idiot"
    Typical responce from the US, you are all wrong we are all right
    Wake up guys, before someone does it to you again...

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    I think what ddt is trying to say is don't blame the whole USA for a couple of people in the US may or may not have know about a possible attack.
    ddt: Tell me otherwise if misunderstood.

    That's like blaming some dead family for letting a drunk driver hit and kill them. Nothing they could have done about it. Only the drunk driver may have known something like that might happen. Yes, we know that a drunk person is more likely to kill someone than a sober one. Does that mean we should blame sober people for drunks? Perhaps I'm not making any sense now...

    Nobody likes seeing people get killed unless they themselves have serious mental issues. Although, with this war going on, many people want to see others wiped from existance.

    Just one of my thoughts, so don't start swearing at me now...

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    I could have sworn that Sep 11 was done by AlQueda Terrorists.

    Does that also mean that everybody in prison now is innocent, because the victim forced the criminal attact?

    Or is this a case of someone picking and choosing what information to listen to in order to blame the US for everything...

    Is the next thing I will hear on this forum is "no blood for Oil"?

    Or perhaps my favorite (that the Iraqis use) that this is a personal war of the Bush family against the misunderstood innocent benefactor and lover of peace Saddam Hussein.

    Then again...I believe some would be terrorists have come into the US through Canada...in one case in a truck full of explosives.

    Oh yea...Quebec...need I say more?

    The only truth goes back WWI, then WWII, then the Cold War, etc. And the reality is that politicians enjoy pitting one group against the other in a constant state of strife in order to maintain power. I don't know about Canadian Socialist politics since they are still partially a colony of the UK...too confusing for me.

    But I do know that Canada has a much more liberal and free medical system, so a lot of folks cross the border to the north to get cheap health care.

    I also know that Molson Gold beer is pretty darn good.

    And lets face it...the only really good hockey players/teams are from Canada...Colorado Avalanche? Canadian team.

    And that a lot of TV shows/movies on cable/etc are filmed/made in Canadian cities...with Canadian actors...but they are protraying US cities/people.

    My Fat Greek Wedding? Filmed in a Canadian Greektown...to simulate the real Chicago Greektown.

    So can't we all just get along...put the criminals in jail...and deal with the important things in life...like how to keep the RIAA from throwing mp3 swappers in jail.

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    Aaron Cake: It may get very annoying hearing about the US's problems all day long, and it may not be a big deal to you, but it is to us....I know that when I hear about something bad happening in another country, at first I pay attention and see what its all about, but after a while I just blow it off because it's not my problem. You probably feel the same way about the US and Sept 11th.....you're sick of it. However, we do not think that all evil is centered around Sept 11th, maybe the media portrays it as such, but most people have moved on from it. What we're doing now with the war is trying to make sure this doesn't happen again, because Saddam is a big threat to us, and everybody else for that matter.

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    Dave, I'm not saying that we're always right...just that we're more right and moral than just about any other country out there. Sometimes our leaders are bad - I can list a few in my short lifetime. I know if, God forbid, the US was being attacked and for some reason, we were losing, your country would surely come to our aid. The UK is by far our greatest and most loyal friend. I marvel at the strength your Prime Minister has shown in supporting our country. So, no I don't think that WE are the only people with correct ideas and morals. Obviously, your PM has seen the information on Iraq and it has compelled him to support us, no matter what the political costs might be.

    I do, however, have a rather large problem with people who come out and state that our government KNEW that the attacks were going to occur and did nothing or far worse - that the attacks were our fault. Do I think that we have made mistakes in the way our bureaus and intelligence divisions handled information? Yes. Can you blame them for the attacks and say they KNEW they were going to occur? NO. Was the attack our fault? ABSOLUTELY NOT. That is rather insulting and I do take offense from it. Aaron - I know people who were in the towers that morning and, thank God, got out alive. I also know people who have friends or loved ones lost forever in those piles of rubble. I live but a short drive from the city. It was a devistating thing that will forever be burned in my brain. I'm sure most Americans feel that way. Can I say that it will never happen again? No, I cannot. What I can say is that we are doing everything in our power to destroy all terrorist links and keep them on the run. I can assure you that people are far more vigilant than they ever have been.

    Also remember that anyone can be targeted for an attack. Any city in any country. Canada has the distinct advantage of being passive and in some cases, in opposition to ANY attempts the US takes to make the world safer, simply by her proximity to the US.

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    Originally posted by m3rdpwr
    I think what ddt is trying to say is don't blame the whole USA for a couple of people in the US may or may not have know about a possible attack.
    ddt: Tell me otherwise if misunderstood.
    -Mario
    Exactamundo.

    To everyone else:

    I'm sorry you people don't agree with what the US is doing and that is your right, but actually believing that we would let this happen in our own country to our own people is ludicrious. You've been reading too many conspiracy theory books. I honestly believe a lot of people spout this rhetoric to win an argument, I can't fathom someone actually believing it.

    thenominous - do you believe your country would let it happen there? If not what makes the UK so different from the US? We're both fighting in Iraq if my memory serves me correctly.

    Maybe when it happens to you on your soil you'll see things differently... but most likely you'll just blame it on the US.

    In related news I was called in to get a physical as I am in the inactive reserves after finishing up active duty a few years ago. I'll gladly go back.

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    Originally posted by thenominous
    Right.... So he disagrees with you and he's a f***ing idiot.
    Not because he disargeed with me, only if he believes what he typed. It's a simple matter of right and wrong. Something must be askew in that mullet head of his if he believes that.

    Do you say that to everyone who's viewpoint differs from yours?
    Nope... just those viewpoints that are based on complete crap. Think about what he said and then come back to me. Not everything is a conspiracy and not everything the US does has ulterior motives.

    Aaron, you're free to join in at any time.

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    Another thing... we have anti war protesters all over the US and in many different countries. I think that's the most selfish damned thing ever. We can get out and march and voice opinions (whatever they may be) but if the Iraqi people tried it they'd be slaughtered.

    An anti war (against Iraq) rally is more like saying look we have the freedom to do this and are trying to persuade the US to pull out... so you'll never have the freedom to do it or anything like it without being murdered.

    Kinda f#$%ed up huh? I bet you haven't thought of it like that.

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    ddt,
    I hear you - check this thread:
    French Military History

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