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  1. over 5 years ago on Tom the Dancing Bug

    hear hear!

  2. over 5 years ago on Tom the Dancing Bug

    thats a similar point to what i made, its really surprising how one can make a horrible false analogy and say it solves the problem.

  3. over 5 years ago on Tom the Dancing Bug

    I would say, due to the targeting restraints of BM’s, being probably Surface to Air Missiles, or SAMs, that it would be pretty hard to aim a defensive missile cluster at a school, if the school wasnt at 32000 feet and moving at 4500 mph.

  4. over 5 years ago on B.C.

    well you know, i saw a schoolhouse rock episode one time that made the good point that multiples are additive, 12×4 is the same as 10×42×4, or 408.

  5. over 5 years ago on B.C.

    would you say it was about 12 more? :P

  6. over 5 years ago on La Cucaracha

    well, it was a really old radioshack alarm clock that he ripped the guts and screen out of, and shoved into a briefcase looking pencil case. `Nobody really knows what happened, but my theory is the school didnt want to take any chances on it since they knew who his parents were.`That said, was it an over reaction? yes. No bomb squad was called, and they did it way too publicly.

  7. over 5 years ago on La Cucaracha

    Heh, ironically, Jesus is very similar to todays politicians, because he may have said he wasnt going to disturb jewish tradition, but in reality, he literally obliterated every old testament law, and replaced them with two new ones: “Love the Lord your God with all your heart, soul, strength, and mind, and love your neighbor as your self, for this sums up the law and the prophets”

  8. over 5 years ago on [Deleted]

    I am disturbed by the implications, not by the picture. I enormously enjoy puns, unfortunately (or maybe fortunately for everyone else) i cannot come up with them on the spot, usually ill say ten in a day and none for a week or three._However, dont twist my intentions, most people tend to have avatars of things they enjoy, things they identify with, or things representative of them as a person, such as a piece of their own artwork, or other imagery.

    Hence why i am disturbed by the implications, as you could be saying you enjoy the comic (which, so do i) or that you identify with claire, either because of puns, or because of what they represent, trans things and such.

    And like i said, i liked it when you were a little more anonymous, as in i dont think i really needed to know (potentially) that much about your gender, and i dont think most people care, either.

    As for Oregander liberals vs liberals from anywhere else, i was pointing out that it is easy for liberals to say stereotypical “texas republican christians” are bigots, and lump all texasers into this pile, and all republicans, and all christians, but the inverse is just as true, insofar as the word bigot is concerned, people do the inverse, hence, stereotypical “oregon liberal atheist”

    However, the important point i was attempting, and probably failing, to make, was that no one is a stereotype, we are all unique individuals, and there is no need to just lump everyone into “us” or “them” piles. We are no longer cavemen, incapable of seeing that we arent all the same.

  9. over 5 years ago on La Cucaracha

    in order: not by our standards, heck no he didnt, yup, sortof yeah, definitely taxes, youre technically correct, and yes he cured people for free.

  10. over 5 years ago on Tom the Dancing Bug

    Well, looks like i get to play devils advocate today!

    First off, he didnt make that clock, its a radio shack clock from 1980 he just ripped the guts out of and stuffed haphazardly into a pencil case.

    Second, he knew it looked like a bomb, tried to make it not look like one, and said as much in an interview,

    Third, they never thought he had a bomb, they were more worried about his “activist” parents than him.