[Homestead] peat moss?
lurine at softcom.net
Fri Dec 21 13:47:07 EST 2007
Ah, Bill, perhaps you've noticed that no one else wants to engage in
conversation with you??? People like you don't bother me and I find that
you occasionally have something of interest to say. Rant away.
BTW, the tunnel vision I spoke of, you clearly exhibit it in your continuing
comments or should I say obsession with Hillary. Personally, I think the
Clintons and Bushies are two of the same. The only difference is when Billy
Boy was prez we didn't go several trillion dollars in debt. Other than
that, since the 90s it has been the same old same old. BOTH are dirty.
Take off your tunnel vision glasses!
Oh, and you really need to get a dictionary. Bash is NOT synonomous with
Get over it!
----- Original Message -----
From: "Bill Jones" <billj at harborside.com>
> Why did you use your acidic dry soil as an example to attempt to bash me
> if you know so much? Why didn't you just provide the right answer, that
> your soil never had much lime to start with? See, it's more about
> trying to bash me, the "Rove operative" as you so hilariously
> proclaimed, not about illumination.
> I came to this list with the sole intention of discussing farm life. I
> found it to be a complete lie. I'm sure you never counted on meeting a
> liberal with integrity. But I have a tendency to destroy lies where I
> find them.
> Isn't it fascinating, though, that you're always the person that
> answers, and only you, the policewoman of politics. Years ago, when it
> was announced that the TV would soon flicker out, I waited an
> appropriate length of time, then placed a pebble into the water, with my
> posts on junior college fraud, waste, and abuse. Surely there will be a
> replacement, I said to myself. The only bottom dweller to rise to the
> occasion was, of course, you. I had never heard from you before. Most
> people will just agree to disagree, especially when they can't hope to
> know more about a topic than someone else. You were proven wrong on
> every point of fact, and when that failed, the only recourse was to
> attack me personally. Your need to dominate every such conversation
> points once again to your being no ordinary list member.
> Conspiracy? It's such an easy word to trivialize. You're telling us
> that politicians have no motivation for covering their wrongdoing?
> Conspiracy theories are only ridiculous insofar as they are "vast", like
> Stalina's VRWC. That's because it's improbable that so many people
> could be motivated independently in the same direction, let alone keep
> it a secret. This, however, would be a very logical conspiracy on the
> part of two people whose entire lives were about to go down the tubes,
> not implausible at all. As far as the Clantons are concerned, no one
> would consider hiring either as babysitters, or even dogcatchers, if one
> had really examined the evidence against them, and knew about all the
> mysterious deaths of people who knew too much. Your favorite phrase is
> "connect the dots," isn't it? Politicians don't need to be convicted
> beyond a reasonable doubt to be disqualified. Just the hint of stench
> is enough for me.
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