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Candy Corn (OP)

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In Phennommennonn's thread titled "caption this pic 7-7"

some posters have suggested the caption to read

'gimmie dem skittles'

do you think this refers to you?
 Quoting: Tzar Om


Lol, no, but it should. I'd bet anything Obama got some skittles during the behavioural stages of his training.

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Which is better:

A life where you get to have a bunch of profound and crazy experiences, but die young and hated by everyone

or

A life where you don't get to do anything you want, but you die old and loved by some?
 Quoting: Ardhanarishvara


Love is nice, I would choose it.

I've only had the profound and crazy so maybe I'm just looking across the fence thinking the grass is greener on the other side.
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Which is better:

A life where you get to have a bunch of profound and crazy experiences, but die young and hated by everyone

or

A life where you don't get to do anything you want, but you die old and loved by some?
 Quoting: Ardhanarishvara


Love is nice, I would choose it.

I've only had the profound and crazy so maybe I'm just looking across the fence thinking the grass is greener on the other side.
 Quoting: Candy Corn


But remember, in the loved life, all of your experiences are ONLY repetitive, tedious / boring, nothing profound or exciting or crazy at all. But people miss you when you're gone.

OR

Crazy life, but no one misses you when you're gone and in your last weeks alive everyone hates you and treats you as such.
:sun:Ardhanarishvara | You died, and death was complete freedom from suffering - bliss. But it very quickly got lonely and repetitive in bliss, so you decided to be born once more. You've been doing this forever.

Whilst I may not agree with what you say, I will defend to the death my right to disagree with you.

Some say "think outside the box". I say "what fucking box?!" xx:taosmilie:
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Which is better:

A life where you get to have a bunch of profound and crazy experiences, but die young and hated by everyone

or

A life where you don't get to do anything you want, but you die old and loved by some?
 Quoting: Ardhanarishvara


Love is nice, I would choose it.

I've only had the profound and crazy so maybe I'm just looking across the fence thinking the grass is greener on the other side.
 Quoting: Candy Corn


But remember, in the loved life, all of your experiences are ONLY repetitive, tedious / boring, nothing profound or exciting or crazy at all. But people miss you when you're gone.

OR

Crazy life, but no one misses you when you're gone and in your last weeks alive everyone hates you and treats you as such.
 Quoting: Ardhanarishvara


What did you do in the last few weeks to get to that point? O_o
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Which is better:

A life where you get to have a bunch of profound and crazy experiences, but die young and hated by everyone

or

A life where you don't get to do anything you want, but you die old and loved by some?
 Quoting: Ardhanarishvara


Love is nice, I would choose it.

I've only had the profound and crazy so maybe I'm just looking across the fence thinking the grass is greener on the other side.
 Quoting: Candy Corn


But remember, in the loved life, all of your experiences are ONLY repetitive, tedious / boring, nothing profound or exciting or crazy at all. But people miss you when you're gone.

OR

Crazy life, but no one misses you when you're gone and in your last weeks alive everyone hates you and treats you as such.
 Quoting: Ardhanarishvara


The thing is we all create our own path, there is not just one path that offers gluttony and evil while another one only offers boredom and goodness.

If we are to accept such limited paths then we are being deliberately led, which is something I cannot in good concious do, as those that deliberately and misleadingly point you down one path as the "true" path, without letting you see all of the options for yourself, do not have your best interests in mind. Chances are they're either lonely themselves, or looking for a body to feed to the wolves so that they can gain safe passage themselves...which seems to be what the "fun" path would be in this particular choice...as the only reason one would be hated that much is if they were the scape goat thrown to the wolves as a distraction to allow the leader to finish down a path they could not have gotten to on their own without sacrificing the follower. I say let the wanna-be leader follow their path alone and don't let them lie to you and tell you the only other option is the monotonous life of the mortal.

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Which is better:

A life where you get to have a bunch of profound and crazy experiences, but die young and hated by everyone

or

A life where you don't get to do anything you want, but you die old and loved by some?
 Quoting: Ardhanarishvara


Love is nice, I would choose it.

I've only had the profound and crazy so maybe I'm just looking across the fence thinking the grass is greener on the other side.
 Quoting: Candy Corn


But remember, in the loved life, all of your experiences are ONLY repetitive, tedious / boring, nothing profound or exciting or crazy at all. But people miss you when you're gone.

OR

Crazy life, but no one misses you when you're gone and in your last weeks alive everyone hates you and treats you as such.
 Quoting: Ardhanarishvara


The thing is we all create our own path, there is not just one path that offers gluttony and evil while another one only offers boredom and goodness.

If we are to accept such limited paths then we are being deliberately led, which is something I cannot in good concious do, as those that deliberately and misleadingly point you down one path as the "true" path, without letting you see all of the options for yourself, do not have your best interests in mind. Chances are they're either lonely themselves, or looking for a body to feed to the wolves so that they can gain safe passage themselves...which seems to be what the "fun" path would be in this particular choice...as the only reason one would be hated that much is if they were the scape goat thrown to the wolves as a distraction to allow the leader to finish down a path they could not have gotten to on their own without sacrificing the follower. I say let the wanna-be leader follow their path alone and don't let them lie to you and tell you the only other option is the monotonous life of the mortal.
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I like that. What you've written here. I understand it and concur. Just had a similar experience. An experience that turned rotten. And I'm waiting for the day we reach when skittles are made from anti-decaying properties. We'll get there. [smile]
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Love is nice, I would choose it.

I've only had the profound and crazy so maybe I'm just looking across the fence thinking the grass is greener on the other side.
 Quoting: Candy Corn


But remember, in the loved life, all of your experiences are ONLY repetitive, tedious / boring, nothing profound or exciting or crazy at all. But people miss you when you're gone.

OR

Crazy life, but no one misses you when you're gone and in your last weeks alive everyone hates you and treats you as such.
 Quoting: Ardhanarishvara


The thing is we all create our own path, there is not just one path that offers gluttony and evil while another one only offers boredom and goodness.

If we are to accept such limited paths then we are being deliberately led, which is something I cannot in good concious do, as those that deliberately and misleadingly point you down one path as the "true" path, without letting you see all of the options for yourself, do not have your best interests in mind. Chances are they're either lonely themselves, or looking for a body to feed to the wolves so that they can gain safe passage themselves...which seems to be what the "fun" path would be in this particular choice...as the only reason one would be hated that much is if they were the scape goat thrown to the wolves as a distraction to allow the leader to finish down a path they could not have gotten to on their own without sacrificing the follower. I say let the wanna-be leader follow their path alone and don't let them lie to you and tell you the only other option is the monotonous life of the mortal.
 Quoting: Candy Corn


I like that. What you've written here. I understand it and concur. Just had a similar experience. An experience that turned rotten. And I'm waiting for the day we reach when skittles are made from anti-decaying properties. We'll get there. [smile]
 Quoting: Tzar Om


I hope you've been blazing your own path since then :)

hf
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K i'm gunna ask the question in a different way.

Would you rather be a compassionate and loving person who dies young with no friends, or a conscienceless psychopath with lots of friends who dies old?
:sun:Ardhanarishvara | You died, and death was complete freedom from suffering - bliss. But it very quickly got lonely and repetitive in bliss, so you decided to be born once more. You've been doing this forever.

Whilst I may not agree with what you say, I will defend to the death my right to disagree with you.

Some say "think outside the box". I say "what fucking box?!" xx:taosmilie:
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K i'm gunna ask the question in a different way.

Would you rather be a compassionate and loving person who dies young with no friends, or a conscienceless psychopath with lots of friends who dies old?
 Quoting: Ardhanarishvara


Psychopaths have few real friends, just people that hang around because they're being fed a pack of lies or because they hope the psychopath to be human. Whereas people that care for others usually eventually end up finding others that respond in kind.

So, while you are implying that dying young and living life comes with no companions, you are asking if someone should trade that in for a long empty meaningless life with people that will turn their backs the moment they discover who you are or that you have no immediate purpose they can utilize.

The question can't be answered because it has paradoxes within itself. It can only be answered with an even more complex contradiction.
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But remember, in the loved life, all of your experiences are ONLY repetitive, tedious / boring, nothing profound or exciting or crazy at all. But people miss you when you're gone.

OR

Crazy life, but no one misses you when you're gone and in your last weeks alive everyone hates you and treats you as such.
 Quoting: Ardhanarishvara


The thing is we all create our own path, there is not just one path that offers gluttony and evil while another one only offers boredom and goodness.

If we are to accept such limited paths then we are being deliberately led, which is something I cannot in good concious do, as those that deliberately and misleadingly point you down one path as the "true" path, without letting you see all of the options for yourself, do not have your best interests in mind. Chances are they're either lonely themselves, or looking for a body to feed to the wolves so that they can gain safe passage themselves...which seems to be what the "fun" path would be in this particular choice...as the only reason one would be hated that much is if they were the scape goat thrown to the wolves as a distraction to allow the leader to finish down a path they could not have gotten to on their own without sacrificing the follower. I say let the wanna-be leader follow their path alone and don't let them lie to you and tell you the only other option is the monotonous life of the mortal.
 Quoting: Candy Corn


I like that. What you've written here. I understand it and concur. Just had a similar experience. An experience that turned rotten. And I'm waiting for the day we reach when skittles are made from anti-decaying properties. We'll get there. [smile]
 Quoting: Tzar Om


I hope you've been blazing your own path since then :)

hf
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My suggestion was boarding a mutual path. I stopped her in dead her tracks from derailing me from mine while she was trying. Doing so saved at least one life. :)
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Would you rather be a compassionate and loving person who dies young with no friends, or a conscienceless psychopath with lots of friends who dies old?
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Psychopaths have few real friends, just people that hang around because they're being fed a pack of lies or because they hope the psychopath to be human. Whereas people that care for others usually eventually end up finding others that respond in kind.

So, while you are implying that dying young and living life comes with no companions, you are asking if someone should trade that in for a long empty meaningless life with people that will turn their backs the moment they discover who you are or that you have no immediate purpose they can utilize.

The question can't be answered because it has paradoxes within itself. It can only be answered with an even more complex contradiction.
 Quoting: Candy Corn


I think you might have made this a little more complicated than it needs to be.

All I am asking is which of the two lives would you rather have?
:sun:Ardhanarishvara | You died, and death was complete freedom from suffering - bliss. But it very quickly got lonely and repetitive in bliss, so you decided to be born once more. You've been doing this forever.

Whilst I may not agree with what you say, I will defend to the death my right to disagree with you.

Some say "think outside the box". I say "what fucking box?!" xx:taosmilie:
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Would you rather be a compassionate and loving person who dies young with no friends, or a conscienceless psychopath with lots of friends who dies old?
 Quoting: Ardhanarishvara


Psychopaths have few real friends, just people that hang around because they're being fed a pack of lies or because they hope the psychopath to be human. Whereas people that care for others usually eventually end up finding others that respond in kind.

So, while you are implying that dying young and living life comes with no companions, you are asking if someone should trade that in for a long empty meaningless life with people that will turn their backs the moment they discover who you are or that you have no immediate purpose they can utilize.

The question can't be answered because it has paradoxes within itself. It can only be answered with an even more complex contradiction.
 Quoting: Candy Corn


I think you might have made this a little more complicated than it needs to be.

All I am asking is which of the two lives would you rather have?
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A lonely life or a lonely life isn't a choice, not one I would choose from anyway.
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can you fail to predict the next doom event for me?
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Would you rather be a compassionate and loving person who dies young with no friends, or a conscienceless psychopath with lots of friends who dies old?
 Quoting: Ardhanarishvara


Psychopaths have few real friends, just people that hang around because they're being fed a pack of lies or because they hope the psychopath to be human. Whereas people that care for others usually eventually end up finding others that respond in kind.

So, while you are implying that dying young and living life comes with no companions, you are asking if someone should trade that in for a long empty meaningless life with people that will turn their backs the moment they discover who you are or that you have no immediate purpose they can utilize.

The question can't be answered because it has paradoxes within itself. It can only be answered with an even more complex contradiction.
 Quoting: Candy Corn


I think you might have made this a little more complicated than it needs to be.

All I am asking is which of the two lives would you rather have?
 Quoting: Ardhanarishvara


A lonely life or a lonely life isn't a choice, not one I would choose from anyway.
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Come on though, play the game! :)

Say you HAD to choose between these two options and there was no other choice, which would it be? xx
:sun:Ardhanarishvara | You died, and death was complete freedom from suffering - bliss. But it very quickly got lonely and repetitive in bliss, so you decided to be born once more. You've been doing this forever.

Whilst I may not agree with what you say, I will defend to the death my right to disagree with you.

Some say "think outside the box". I say "what fucking box?!" xx:taosmilie:
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Psychopaths have few real friends, just people that hang around because they're being fed a pack of lies or because they hope the psychopath to be human. Whereas people that care for others usually eventually end up finding others that respond in kind.

So, while you are implying that dying young and living life comes with no companions, you are asking if someone should trade that in for a long empty meaningless life with people that will turn their backs the moment they discover who you are or that you have no immediate purpose they can utilize.

The question can't be answered because it has paradoxes within itself. It can only be answered with an even more complex contradiction.
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I think you might have made this a little more complicated than it needs to be.

All I am asking is which of the two lives would you rather have?
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A lonely life or a lonely life isn't a choice, not one I would choose from anyway.
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Come on though, play the game! :)

Say you HAD to choose between these two options and there was no other choice, which would it be? xx
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If you're playing the game then that's what it is. Game. And that's usually too wild.
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Psychopaths have few real friends, just people that hang around because they're being fed a pack of lies or because they hope the psychopath to be human. Whereas people that care for others usually eventually end up finding others that respond in kind.

So, while you are implying that dying young and living life comes with no companions, you are asking if someone should trade that in for a long empty meaningless life with people that will turn their backs the moment they discover who you are or that you have no immediate purpose they can utilize.

The question can't be answered because it has paradoxes within itself. It can only be answered with an even more complex contradiction.
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I think you might have made this a little more complicated than it needs to be.

All I am asking is which of the two lives would you rather have?
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A lonely life or a lonely life isn't a choice, not one I would choose from anyway.
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Come on though, play the game! :)

Say you HAD to choose between these two options and there was no other choice, which would it be? xx
 Quoting: Ardhanarishvara


I've never believed that there was no other choice.
I believe there's a choice that you believe is more right than the other.
But since I see both as inherently the same, I see no point in "voting for the lesser evil".

I think I may have spent too long in school answering what the teachers believed was the right answer, rather than answering what was true. I can't in all honesty keep that up, it seems dirty.

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I think you might have made this a little more complicated than it needs to be.

All I am asking is which of the two lives would you rather have?
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A lonely life or a lonely life isn't a choice, not one I would choose from anyway.
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Come on though, play the game! :)

Say you HAD to choose between these two options and there was no other choice, which would it be? xx
 Quoting: Ardhanarishvara


I've never believed that there was no other choice.
I believe there's a choice that you believe is more right than the other.
But since I see both as inherently the same, I see no point in "voting for the lesser evil".

I think I may have spent too long in school answering what the teachers believed was the right answer, rather than answering what was true. I can't in all honesty keep that up, it seems dirty.
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It's only a hypothetical question! Just pick one! :(

Also I totally agree with what you say here about right answer vs true answer xx
:sun:Ardhanarishvara | You died, and death was complete freedom from suffering - bliss. But it very quickly got lonely and repetitive in bliss, so you decided to be born once more. You've been doing this forever.

Whilst I may not agree with what you say, I will defend to the death my right to disagree with you.

Some say "think outside the box". I say "what fucking box?!" xx:taosmilie:
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I've got a cup of coffee, rain, and nothing to do for hours.

Any more questions out there that only the most astoundingly non-psychic person can answer?

coffee4
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I've got a cup of coffee, rain, and nothing to do for hours.

Any more questions out there that only the most astoundingly non-psychic person can answer?

coffee4
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Who was the voice of the car . . . In "My Mother the Car ". . and who was the male lead?grinning

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Martin Luther King . . . Our lives begin to end the day we become silent about things that matter!

All truths are easy to understand once they are discovered; the point is to discover them.
Galileo Galilei, Italian astronomer & physicist (1564 - 1642)

The only thing guaranteed in life is deception. . . everything else is optional . . . George B
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I've got a cup of coffee, rain, and nothing to do for hours.

Any more questions out there that only the most astoundingly non-psychic person can answer?

coffee4
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Who will be President?
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I've got a cup of coffee, rain, and nothing to do for hours.

Any more questions out there that only the most astoundingly non-psychic person can answer?

coffee4
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Who will be President?
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Obama will be President for the next four years.
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Who was the voice of the car . . . In "My Mother the Car ". . and who was the male lead?grinning
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That pleasant rain turned into thunder and I had to turn off the modem..horrors.

I need to watch more television. Was that a B rate movie?

Who will be President?
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Obama will be the last president.

Who will be President?
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Obama will be President for the next four years.
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I have a twin!! :)
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Who was the voice of the car . . . In "My Mother the Car ". . and who was the male lead?grinning
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That pleasant rain turned into thunder and I had to turn off the modem..horrors.

I need to watch more television. Was that a B rate movie?

Who will be President?
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Obama will be the last president.

Who will be President?
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Obama will be President for the next four years.
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I have a twin!! :)
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I think it was lower than a B rating . . .Ann Southern & Jerry Van Dyke I think . . .

Why do you think O will be the last President?
Martin Luther King . . . Our lives begin to end the day we become silent about things that matter!

All truths are easy to understand once they are discovered; the point is to discover them.
Galileo Galilei, Italian astronomer & physicist (1564 - 1642)

The only thing guaranteed in life is deception. . . everything else is optional . . . George B
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Who was the voice of the car . . . In "My Mother the Car ". . and who was the male lead?grinning
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That pleasant rain turned into thunder and I had to turn off the modem..horrors.

I need to watch more television. Was that a B rate movie?

Who will be President?
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Obama will be the last president.

Who will be President?
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Obama will be President for the next four years.
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I have a twin!! :)
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I think it was lower than a B rating . . .Ann Southern & Jerry Van Dyke I think . . .

Why do you think O will be the last President?
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The votes have already been counted! 5a
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I think it was lower than a B rating . . .Ann Southern & Jerry Van Dyke I think . . .

Why do you think O will be the last President?
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For decades I've observed how the Republicans and Democrats work together in unison towards certain projects (war, removing of rights within the US etc). Each pulls as far as they can go without upsetting public opinion TOO much, and then control is handed over to the other one who completes the job (even though the platform they ran on is invariably a claim that when elected they will stop the job, not complete it). The public allows this because they get caught up in the "he's your president you voted for so of course he's pushing forward death" or "He's my president I voted for so I'll excuse this one thing, because there must have been some reason I voted for him.."

This slow sawing back and forth has been going on for years and years with seamless teamwork between the parties. It reminds me of the lumberjacks of old times, each holding one side of a two handled saw and they slowly work together to saw down a tree. If one gets the blade caught, the other pulls it through. But it's not a tree they're sawing at this time, it's something more vital than just one tree.

This last push...named Obama... this isn't them continuing to saw for eternity. It's the nudge that knocks down the tree. It's already ready to fall, there's so little left supporting it, only the bark and a few threads of wood remain intact at the base.

How do I know?
It's simple. He can get away with anything. The position he is in as the first non-white president..it doesn't make him the same tool as all the others. They were a saw, he's the axe. There is nothing he cannot do. There is no "Oh you can't push that through until a Republican gets into office". It's smooth sailing for the party behind the curtain, they don't need to saw any more.

Timber....
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Lol. Probably that too.
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I think it was lower than a B rating . . .Ann Southern & Jerry Van Dyke I think . . .

Why do you think O will be the last President?
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For decades I've observed how the Republicans and Democrats work together in unison towards certain projects (war, removing of rights within the US etc). Each pulls as far as they can go without upsetting public opinion TOO much, and then control is handed over to the other one who completes the job (even though the platform they ran on is invariably a claim that when elected they will stop the job, not complete it). The public allows this because they get caught up in the "he's your president you voted for so of course he's pushing forward death" or "He's my president I voted for so I'll excuse this one thing, because there must have been some reason I voted for him.."

This slow sawing back and forth has been going on for years and years with seamless teamwork between the parties. It reminds me of the lumberjacks of old times, each holding one side of a two handled saw and they slowly work together to saw down a tree. If one gets the blade caught, the other pulls it through. But it's not a tree they're sawing at this time, it's something more vital than just one tree.

This last push...named Obama... this isn't them continuing to saw for eternity. It's the nudge that knocks down the tree. It's already ready to fall, there's so little left supporting it, only the bark and a few threads of wood remain intact at the base.

How do I know?
It's simple. He can get away with anything. The position he is in as the first non-white president..it doesn't make him the same tool as all the others. They were a saw, he's the axe. There is nothing he cannot do. There is no "Oh you can't push that through until a Republican gets into office". It's smooth sailing for the party behind the curtain, they don't need to saw any more.

Timber....
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Interesting observations and analogy . . . I don't disagree . . . Think this has been going on for centuries . . . Why do you think the grapes are now ripe anymore than let's say during the Great Depression and WWII????hiding
Martin Luther King . . . Our lives begin to end the day we become silent about things that matter!

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07/11/2012 12:34 PM

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I think it was lower than a B rating . . .Ann Southern & Jerry Van Dyke I think . . .

Why do you think O will be the last President?
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For decades I've observed how the Republicans and Democrats work together in unison towards certain projects (war, removing of rights within the US etc). Each pulls as far as they can go without upsetting public opinion TOO much, and then control is handed over to the other one who completes the job (even though the platform they ran on is invariably a claim that when elected they will stop the job, not complete it). The public allows this because they get caught up in the "he's your president you voted for so of course he's pushing forward death" or "He's my president I voted for so I'll excuse this one thing, because there must have been some reason I voted for him.."

This slow sawing back and forth has been going on for years and years with seamless teamwork between the parties. It reminds me of the lumberjacks of old times, each holding one side of a two handled saw and they slowly work together to saw down a tree. If one gets the blade caught, the other pulls it through. But it's not a tree they're sawing at this time, it's something more vital than just one tree.

This last push...named Obama... this isn't them continuing to saw for eternity. It's the nudge that knocks down the tree. It's already ready to fall, there's so little left supporting it, only the bark and a few threads of wood remain intact at the base.

How do I know?
It's simple. He can get away with anything. The position he is in as the first non-white president..it doesn't make him the same tool as all the others. They were a saw, he's the axe. There is nothing he cannot do. There is no "Oh you can't push that through until a Republican gets into office". It's smooth sailing for the party behind the curtain, they don't need to saw any more.

Timber....
 Quoting: Candy Corn


Interesting observations and analogy . . . I don't disagree . . . Think this has been going on for centuries . . . Why do you think the grapes are now ripe anymore than let's say during the Great Depression and WWII????hiding
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My bet would be on how long it takes to raise a generation that will accept it all. Also, there really was slow and steady work done to give people time to become adjusted to the tightening collar. It took a while to get as far as we have. It's like the boiled toad (frog?) analogy..if the pot had heated up too quickly, people would have fought back. At this point the water is boiling, yet the response rate is fairly consistent and steady from being worn out over so many years. It's highly unlikely you will see real revolution; just some bickering, yelling, and infighting.

Also, after WWII we got an influx of ass holes (cough* project paper clip) which helped to speed along the ripening of the masses in the states. I don't know what was available before that or how it was being used, I wasn't alive :)

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Oh, just to add..in the lab situation in which we played out "the first black president" decades ago, there was another after him. The problem is that one is still in power 20something years later and corrupt as hell.
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Oh, just to add..in the lab situation in which we played out "the first black president" decades ago, there was another after him. The problem is that one is still in power 20something years later and corrupt as hell.
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I do know most things have been computer simulated millions of times before they happen like the Gulf War, etc . . . But I don't get . . . "The problem is that one is still in power 20something years later and corrupt as hell."hf
Martin Luther King . . . Our lives begin to end the day we become silent about things that matter!

All truths are easy to understand once they are discovered; the point is to discover them.
Galileo Galilei, Italian astronomer & physicist (1564 - 1642)

The only thing guaranteed in life is deception. . . everything else is optional . . . George B

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