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Topic: Afraid of Nicaragua?

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replies: 30

By:

Margie In Baja

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Nicaragua Nicaragua

 

RE: Afraid of Nicaragua?

« on: April 13 2006 13:04:00 »

Oh Brother give me a break, it is obvious, even to a ninny Steve.  You're coppin out man, and making excuses.  I could just have easily said, well hearing you are a Republican that's all I needed to hear, and stomped away like a baby. How old are you Steve?  Because where I'm coming from to be a surfer meant being an antithesis of the status quo, wow, guess things have changed.  Surfing is no longer a subculture.
If you go to my blog, check out my friend Wade, who happens to be in Iraq, and talk to him about the reality,  at least he admits the whole thing is a big freakin mess, and Bush blew it big time.I'm sure it will be a real eyeopener for you.

By:

steve

RE: Afraid of Nicaragua?

« Reply #1 on: April 13 2006 13:04:00 »

You're a trip. Are you always like this?  "Where I come from" is great.  Guess you're the real deal and I'm the phony.  Margie, I was cleaning trash off Moonlight Beach in 1978 with my buddies landscape tractors because there was too much trash for people to pick up by hand.  The city took notice (before is was a City) and began cleaning the beaches regularly.  You talk like you're the real deal and I'm the "ninny".  Try getting to know one's stance on issues, who they are, what they've done before laying down your venom. I have a life, wife and two little ones and little time to argue.  Call it a cop-out if you must...I call it priorities.   I'll give you the last accusation....go ahead..it's yours.



By:

Margie In Baja

RE: Afraid of Nicaragua?

« Reply #2 on: April 13 2006 14:04:00 »

Once again Steve, avoiding the issues, how typical of a Republican!  And internalizing again!  Cmon Steve, if your going to bring up Bill Clinton, then at least cover the subject instead of making little jabs and inuendo and then runnin away with your tail between your legs. And if you think Bush does some things right, tell us what those things are. Myself, I don't see any redeemable qualities at all.  Yea, I'm a trip, so what? Am I always like this?  Guess so. I am like this, along with the millons of people who voted for Al Gore and were denied their victory, and the millions of people who voted for Kerry and were denied their victory. Sheez Steve, you are really making this personal,
but that is only because you simply cannot defend a War Crimnal and his outrageous agenda.

By:

steve

RE: Afraid of Nicaragua?

« Reply #3 on: April 13 2006 14:04:00 »

Best wishes, Margie. I wish you happiness surfing and lots of health and sunshine. I also hope you can block the Escalera, sincerely.

Steve

By:

Margie in Baja

RE: Afraid of Nicaragua?

« Reply #4 on: April 13 2006 15:04:00 »

Adios Steve.

By:

Dan

RE: Afraid of Nicaragua?

« Reply #5 on: April 17 2006 11:04:00 »

Margie in Baja, I'm confused. The surfboard that your riding, is it a foam core glassed with fiberglass or epoxy? Maybe its a little more "natural" like balsa wood? Without the "evil" oil industry, I'm pretty sure your surfing travels and concern for those surf spots would be reduced to zero if it weren't for them, no? Unless, wait, your riding a soybean surfboard shelled with corn husks, then it would be ok. And, I really hope that you are on foot and not flying or driving for those methods are the very culprits of "global warming". (Even though the earths climate has actually been on the decrease since 1998, but thats irrelevant.) Get ALL the facts and MoveOn.org with yourself.

By:

Dan

RE: Afraid of Nicaragua?

« Reply #6 on: April 26 2006 11:04:00 »

Typical Lib, I asked three simple questions and no answers. Just a bunch of name calling and empty threats. And can't and couldn't deal with confrontation implied by the " say it to my face you wiseass and I will personally make sure 'SOMEONE' will carve you a new arsehole" comment.So many problems and just want everyone else to fix it for you. Where's your self reliance?

By:

steve

RE: Afraid of Nicaragua?

« Reply #7 on: April 26 2006 21:04:00 »

Dan,  unfortunately I've had similar problems.  I get delighted when I can find a down to earth (no pun) liberal who can carry a 2 sided, intellectual debate without volume or threats.

By:

barbara

RE: Afraid of Nicaragua?

« Reply #8 on: May 29 2006 09:05:00 »

Who cares about Clinton & PAST elections. Let's get together and solve some of the problems facing all of us. Please stop the divide & conquer mentality, name calling and whining about what happened in the past. What SOLUTIONS/ideas do you have to solve global warming, increase alternative fuel use, distribute abundant food supply to those who need it and solutions/ideas to any other existing problems?

By:

Webmaster

RE: Afraid of Nicaragua?

« Reply #9 on: June 02 2006 03:06:00 »

Margie, we deleted some of your posts indeed, because as mentioned on the forum, abbusive posts can be erased.
Try getting your point across without offending people.


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