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Comment Re:Shorter d_r: (Score 1) 31 31

You're the one repeating all the wild claims about the deal. If you don't want to answer directly, you don't have to. One can easily be derived from the somewhat amusing responses you do give. This is precisely exactly the way Hillary dodges in her press conferences, which is actually half the fun of watching, and you are providing the same kind of entertainment. It's like you're running her show.. You make a good team.

Comment Re:Shorter d_r: (Score 1) 31 31

Oh, and you "know" all of the politics and legalities and intrigues.

No, I'm asking you a simple question, and all I get is Limbaugh O'Reilly.. This of course is standard procedure, so your responses are what I expect, non-responsive. This is like a Hillary interview. Bob and weave...

Comment Re:MenuChoice and HAM (1992) (Score 1) 259 259

Hey! You ever work graveyard for ten years? The guy asked a question! Alright? I was probably at a Cubs game when the announcement came over the wire (I would have to check to see if they played at home that day), or I was watching Munster reruns. Things get a little fuzzy. I'm sorry!

Comment Re:Shorter d_r: (Score 1) 31 31

Regardless of the semantic charades and diversions, will congress vote on it (or maybe they already have)? Is there anything illegal here? To me, it all sounds like the same game as the fast track bullshit on trade. The president isn't alone in this "betrayal", because this is how normal everyday business is conducted, since the beginning of time. And if I am to believe the polls, then it appears that most people are just hunky-dory with it. d_r will vote for a democrat no matter what, and you're off *Waiting for Perot* So, there ya are!

Comment Re:It's coming. Watch for it.. (Score 1) 98 98

Everyone knows automobiles were endowed by the Creator with inalienable rights to have everyone get out of the fucking way.

Well, technically that's true. The "rights" of mass and momentum endowed by the Creator are absolutely inalienable (inviolable by man) as far as we know.

Legally, bicyclists come out a bit ahead of automobiles and a bit behind those of pedestrians when it comes to "rights". In some places, all bets are off...

Fools ignore complexity. Pragmatists suffer it. Some can avoid it. Geniuses remove it. -- Perlis's Programming Proverb #58, SIGPLAN Notices, Sept. 1982