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PostSubject: Re: European "Big Bang" Experiment   Wed Sep 17, 2008 1:56 am

From what I know about black holes. mui poquito, it shouldn't be too bad of a death. Apparently it would rip you in half, then rip you in half again, then again and again. Sounds like fun.

Skyla, as far as the money, I didn't worry about it as since it is in Europe, I assumed none of my tax dollars were at work here, so I didn't really care. Do you know something we don't know?

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PostSubject: Re: European "Big Bang" Experiment   Wed Sep 17, 2008 10:15 am

Oh yeah we did contribute to the tune of $531 million. That was just to have "observer status". I guess the US scientists can watch but can't do their own experiments at CERN. Anybody listen to Phil yesterday? He was talking about some of the shady Obama connections that are outlined in the book Obama Nation. I'm almost finished with it. Be afraid, be very afraid.
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PostSubject: Re: European "Big Bang" Experiment   Wed Sep 17, 2008 2:19 pm

I want to know how these scientists are pulling this kind of dough. Clearly I married the wrong kind.
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PostSubject: Re: European "Big Bang" Experiment   Thu Sep 18, 2008 3:11 am

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Oh yeah we did contribute to the tune of $531 million. That was just to have "observer status". I guess the US scientists can watch but can't do their own experiments at CERN. Anybody listen to Phil yesterday? He was talking about some of the shady Obama connections that are outlined in the book Obama Nation. I'm almost finished with it. Be afraid, be very afraid.
You'll also know that 2 of Obama's financial advisers are former higher-ups of Fannie May.

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PostSubject: Re: European "Big Bang" Experiment   Thu Sep 18, 2008 10:32 am

Yeah, they made millions while times were good giving mortgages to people who would not qualify. Now it's biting them in the azz and WE have to bail them out. Where is the personal responsibility in this equation? If someone makes $3000 a month and has a $1500 mortgage, HOW IS THAT SUPPOSED TO WORK? Why should we have to make sure they don't lose a house that they couldn't afford in the first place? It appears that we are being gobbled up by the black hole of big government!
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PostSubject: Re: European "Big Bang" Experiment   Thu Sep 18, 2008 12:31 pm

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Yeah, they made millions while times were good giving mortgages to people who would not qualify. Now it's biting them in the azz and WE have to bail them out. Where is the personal responsibility in this equation? If someone makes $3000 a month and has a $1500 mortgage, HOW IS THAT SUPPOSED TO WORK? Why should we have to make sure they don't lose a house that they couldn't afford in the first place? It appears that we are being gobbled up by the black hole of big government!
What's happening is that they are taking away personal responsibility and making us more and more dependent on them.

Look, they have genius financial advisers in DC, but none of them saw this coming until it was too late? Gimme a break. They watched millions of Americans fall and then "came to the rescue".

They are making us dependent on them so it will be easier to control us. Hurley has more knowledge on all the conspiracy stuff. I used to ignore it, but the more I study it, the clearer it becomes.

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PostSubject: Re: European "Big Bang" Experiment   Thu Sep 18, 2008 11:16 pm

I told you. People always think I am only crazy but truthfully I am only half crazy. Crazy shit is coming. I've always said buy guns(off the record if you can, make sure they are clean though) and stock pile ammo. Viva le revolution

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PostSubject: Re: European "Big Bang" Experiment   Mon Sep 22, 2008 9:03 pm

I just realized that this thread's title would be perfect for some kinda gang-bang video...
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PostSubject: Re: European "Big Bang" Experiment   Mon Sep 22, 2008 11:37 pm

I didn't run into your brother at Opryland. But your brother, Bethany, is one of the most honorable men that graduated from GHS. A class act.

Yeah, this could cause some kind of phenomenon. But I'm loving life way too much now for it to rip me in half moment after moment. That sounds screwy. I like to hear conspiracy theories, in that they are just interesting, especially the most complex ones. This ear's listening if you want to postulate your theory.
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PostSubject: Re: European "Big Bang" Experiment   Wed Oct 08, 2008 10:20 pm

Nick, that's really cool of you to say about Jake...I'm glad others think as highly of him as I do Wink And it was great to see you at the reunion, BTW...hope y'all can make it to Moss Wright!

Guys, y'all are onto something...you might think I'm crazy (and I guess I am) but I get "feelings" about things...no, not those types of feeling for any pervs who might be reading this! But seriously, Barry Obama gives me scray, uneasy feelings. He and his cronies, as McCain kept calling them in the debate, want to perpetuate a permanent state of victimhood. If they keep people down, the more they tell those people how much they need them to fix things, and the more votes they'll get!

I hate to get all vigilante and stuff, but somebody needs to over to Europe and shut those idiots down. Phillip, I assume you've got guns?! heheee....I'm a pretty good shot if you ever want to go shoot!
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PostSubject: Re: European "Big Bang" Experiment   Fri Oct 10, 2008 12:29 am

What do you prefer little lady. I got every category except full auto. This is not the right thread for my next drunken rant so look for it some where in the political crap.

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PostSubject: Re: European "Big Bang" Experiment   Fri Oct 10, 2008 1:08 am

Phillip you sound like Jake! I don't think he has a full auto either, but he has a great semi automatic assault rifle that's pretty awesome! (For everyone wondering, yes, he is licensed and all that mess) Anyhow, I like shooting my mom's 22 because it has a laser sight that I think is fun, but I like to shoot anything! I'll look forward to finding your drunken rant somewhere in the political section Very Happy We should meet up at Guns and Leather in Greenbrier!
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PostSubject: Re: European "Big Bang" Experiment   Fri Oct 10, 2008 1:30 am

Laser sights take all the fun out of it. I love Guns and Leather. They have some of the best prices in the state. Thank you for proving me wrong. We can throw down with .38, 357, 40, 45, .223, ,270, 30-30, 7mm, 12ga, 410ga, 16ga, 22, 25, and maybe a few others. I would meet up with you silly self anywhere.

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PostSubject: Re: European "Big Bang" Experiment   Fri Oct 10, 2008 9:04 am

Bethany wrote:
We should meet up at Guns and Leather in Greenbrier!

Isn't that place awesome?!! cheers
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PostSubject: Re: European "Big Bang" Experiment   Fri Oct 10, 2008 11:08 am

Dave Slate wrote:
Bethany wrote:
We should meet up at Guns and Leather in Greenbrier!

Isn't that place awesome?!! cheers
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It's where I got mine and my wife's guns. Best place I've found in Tennessee. Best range I've been to as well.

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PostSubject: Re: European "Big Bang" Experiment   Fri Oct 10, 2008 5:07 pm

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Laser sights take all the fun out of it. I love Guns and Leather. They have some of the best prices in the state. Thank you for proving me wrong. We can throw down with .38, 357, 40, 45, .223, ,270, 30-30, 7mm, 12ga, 410ga, 16ga, 22, 25, and maybe a few others. I would meet up with you silly self anywhere.

Ok, so laser sights are a bit girly...but it makes me feel like a sniper or something! But I must ask, how did I prove you wrong? I'm very interested to hear your response...if you're surprised that I know a thing or two about guns and shooting, then you're not the only one. Hey, a girl can wear high heels and lipstick AND shoot a 45 at the same time...there's more to this girl than meets the eye Wink

Dave, y'all name a time and we'll all meet up there for an hour or two. The guys at Guns and Leather are the greatest!
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PostSubject: Re: European "Big Bang" Experiment   Sat Oct 11, 2008 11:32 am

I wanna go! I'm going to Oktoberfest in Germantown, Nashville today. Sounds like fun, we'll see.

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PostSubject: Re: European "Big Bang" Experiment   Sat Oct 11, 2008 3:06 pm

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I'm going to Oktoberfest in Germantown, Nashville today. Sounds like fun, we'll see.

Dude, you need to go party at the Gerst House!!.
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PostSubject: Re: European "Big Bang" Experiment   Mon Oct 13, 2008 10:33 am

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Allen wrote:
I'm going to Oktoberfest in Germantown, Nashville today. Sounds like fun, we'll see.

Dude, you need to go party at the Gerst House!!.
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It wasn't that much fun.

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PostSubject: Re: European "Big Bang" Experiment   Tue Oct 14, 2008 1:59 pm

Gerst House = great food. And drinks.
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PostSubject: Re: European "Big Bang" Experiment   Tue Oct 14, 2008 3:23 pm

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Allen wrote:
I'm going to Oktoberfest in Germantown, Nashville today. Sounds like fun, we'll see.

Dude, you need to go party at the Gerst House!!.
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It wasn't that much fun.

Because your a lightweight?!
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PostSubject: Re: European "Big Bang" Experiment   Wed Oct 15, 2008 11:33 am

Lol, no. It was really just a glorified flea market with food and beer. I stuck with the beer.

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