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@beihai @Shrunken head @mrboz It's like having a conversation with a chimpanzee. Behold the mind of a member of the free sheet army. Good thing, bananas are covered by EBT.
5 months ago on Conversation @ http://www.newrepublic.com/article/119978/cuomo-de-blasio-lied-about-craig-spencers-ebola-thats-ok
@beihai @Shrunken head byotches, I give them my backhand for discipline. You have the need.
@beihai @RichMoraghan @dasimon @ChrisHanson You are a Grade 'A' fcuktard. Have you considered working for .gov? You'd fit right in. The CDC perhaps ;)
@dasimon @Shrunken head @Historybuff1 A lie is an intentional falsehood. Proving it is a lie requires the understanding of intent. It is also possible the .govtards are merely magnificently incompetent. Yes, I believe the .govtards are lying about the risks of Ebola and deliberately NOT doing all they can to prevent the to keep economic activity at current levels. Proving intent is something you do in a courtroom, and even then, it boils down to the subjective views of any given jury. You are tiresome with your 'where's the lie' drumbeat. I will no longer respond, as it is unwise to engage an idiot in a debate.
@ursafan40 @Shrunken head @dasimon @Historybuff1 The American people are far more resilient than the .govtards believe. Tell everyone the truth, and do it with courage, candor, and compassion. And yes, quarantine everyone coming from a country with active infections. Including folks coming from the US. Shut this thing down NOW.
@beihai Would you like some cheese with that name-calling-laced whine?
@beihai @Dudeabiding Your online hostility is humorous. I think you are projecting a lot of cowardice onto posters with whom you disagree. Relying on others is what this government encourages. This government views self-reliance, individual responsibility, and planning as anathema. Why? B/c it reduces the dependence of the sheeple on .gov for necessities.
@beihai @mrboz Let's wait 3 weeks before we talk about how many this idiot healthcare worker infects. More to the point, the .govtards are recklessly endangering lives by not implementing a strict travel quarantine for those coming from countries with active infections. The lack of reasonable .govtard action is what got us to this point. . . They (.gov) are either hopelessly incompetent at disease control, or they are deliberately encouraging the spread of Ebola to advance another agenda. Either way, I will not comply with any suggestion I go to an Ebola funcamp.
@beihai @Shrunken head Your point is as dull as your intellect. If I'm infected, going to a funcamp, even a specialized medical facility, is likely to lead to more infections, particularly the nurses taking care of my bodily fluids. 2 nurses infected from patient zero in Dallas. Yeah, .govtards have got this under control. The best thing to do for mankind if you have Ebola is to shoot yourself. For you personally, I'd recommend this action as a prophylaxis.
@dasimon @Historybuff1 There is nothing correct in the statement you made, or the statement that the .govtards made. Nobody knows how readily transmissible this strain of Ebola is, except that for the first time, it's spreading to the Western nations, primarily by bringing back infected healthcare workers. Dr Spencer was reckless in his behavior, endangering at least his girlfriend, if not others. The protocols are far from appropriate, given the infections of the nurses treating patient zero in Dallas. You may or may not call these lies, but they undermine public trust, and could end up making a mass quarantine at an Ebola funcamp a bloody affair for whoever is trying to round up citizens who would rather go down fighting for their freedom than languishing in a camp at the hands of inept tyrants.
Lying to the public is never the appropriate action for an elected official or public employee to do. It destroys credibility and trust, with severe long-term repercussions. How severe? If some public numbnut comes to chauffeur me off to Ebola camp, they will have quite a resistance to overcome. Why? Because I know better than to trust .gov with my health. life, or freedom.
@lilscot Roger is somewhat classy, with a touch of snark. Fed has nothing to prove, he is a great champion. I wish he would age gracefully.
9 months, 2 weeks ago on Conversation @ http://www.tennis.com/pro-game/2014/06/federer-raise-your-hat-nadal-winning-french-yet-again/51734/
@LouisAyala Almost as classy as how she behaved during that period when she was homewreckin' the Norman family.
9 months, 2 weeks ago on Conversation @ http://www.tennis.com/pro-game/2014/06/whos-clay-goat/51740/
@LordOfTheTennisDance Keep peeing on Rafa's 9 French Opens. It'll take a lot to fill all 9 cups.
9 months, 2 weeks ago on Conversation @ http://www.tennis.com/pro-game/2014/06/time-say-uncle/51730/
@Nada believer As much as I would like to see Nadal win 20 Slams, I doubt he has many left. I'd put the over/under @ 3 more.
9 months, 3 weeks ago on Conversation @ http://www.tennis.com/pro-game/2014/06/its-tough-be-king/51710/
@RichSimmons @tennisman Verdasco, Ferrer, Murray, Tsonga. I'd pick these 4 every match played versus Federer @ the French.
10 months ago on Conversation @ http://www.tennis.com/pro-game/2014/06/gulbis-defeats-federer-reach-french-open-quarterfinals/51635/
@EdNeedham They might make excellent 90-day conscripts!
10 months, 3 weeks ago on Militiamen move on from Bundy fight to next battle with BLM
@texexnv @Angry Grandma@Really really reallyI like the rhetoric. Sounds like a war is brewing. Keep stirring the pot Grandma!
@topangapalooza But I thought the Fedcoats already left. . .
@MarkeyD Believe it or not, millions of Americans are outraged at the tyranny that marches into their homes on the daily. You may dismiss these few as a lunatic fringe, but you will be surprised when the conflict crescendos. The moment is coming.
@brutisbear It is necessary to show America how corrupt the 'Just-us' system is, before we can begin the work that must be done.
@Johnny B Good I see '1st amendment zone', I think 'free-fire zone', I acquire a tyrant target.
@PaulStramer It is easy to spot the traitors, as long as you keep your eyes and ears open.
God bless and guide the hands of the patriots who are dedicating their time to the just and noble cause of actively opposing tyranny.
Time for Roger to enter the 'Nuprin' stage of his career, where he 'makes a run' to the quarterfinals of a Grand Slam and appears more often as a front-man for an analgesic than for his play on the circuit. Will he be able to 'Nupe it" better than Connors? Time will tell. . .
1 year, 3 months ago on Conversation @ http://www.tennis.com/pro-game/2013/12/federer-criticism-over-2013-season-isnt-justified/49897/
@Maribella Should we conclude then that the women are somehow discriminated against by not receiving extra tutorials designed to improve their visual-spatial awareness?
It makes sense the men would challenge more often: the ball is moving faster.
It makes sense the men's challenges are more frequently correct in their challenges: men have better visual-spatial skills.
1 year, 6 months ago on Conversation @ http://www.tennis.com/pro-game/2013/09/rafael-nadal-novak-djokovic-2013-us-open-final-bodo/49118/
@Maribella Maribella is advancing her women's tennis agenda at the expense of a better sport, namely men's tennis. When I want to watch the sport of tennis at its highest level, I watch the men. The ball moves faster, the competitors move faster, the matches last longer. When I want to watch scantily clad 'sporty' women, sometimes I watch women's tennis, sometimes I watch porn.
In any event, this thread is supposed to relate to the men's US Open tennis final. Consistently, poster Mirabella uses these threads to advance her gender-based political agenda.
@Tennis Guru 78 Fed homer, you realize what you are saying is that Fed played Rafa even (so far) on all non-clay surfaces. On clay, Fed loses to Rafa consistently. Yet somehow, you conclude Fed is the GOAT.
1 year, 10 months ago on tennis.com - Rome Nadal d. Federer
Taking a break from calling your local cable provider about how much you LUUUV the Bongwhorn Network?
2 years, 6 months ago on SBJ Report: SEC And ESPN Nearing Deal On New Network; No Other Partners Expected
You mean Roger can't beat Rafa or Djoker in a best 3-out-of-5 set match.
2 years, 9 months ago on
TENNIS.com - News Headlines - Federer: 'I fancy my chances here'
Federer is now a has-been that still plays consistently at a very high level.
The crowd will support him more (and he'll get more centre court matches) when his rank falls below #20 in the world, and the story can be spun like Connors (1 last run at the US Open).
Roger continues to deserve his #3 world rank, but the gap to #1 and #2 is growing. . .
Anyone who can beat Djokovic and Nadal in the semi-final and final well deserves the title.
I dont expect anyone to do it this year.
@JB TexasEx @Hellbent @JB Bullshit TCU and West Virginny are upgrades 'on the field'. What is TCU's all-time record versus A&M?
What conference was TCU in where they recently compiled a winning record? 1 stop below CUSA? Big lEast - yup, that's a powerhouse conference.
Think about it. Why would any team join the B-WTF? Are they Desparadoes?
2 years, 10 months ago on Texas AD Says SEC Has “A Sliver Of The East Side” Of Texas
@JohnVol 2007, five years ago was the last time your school did feck-all in football. Didn't even win your conference, but feel free to ejaculate on the nearest trophy for most improved retard.
I believe A&M won its conference more recently than your team won the SEC.
But please, remind me of 1997. Peyton Manning to Peerless Price, FTW!
@JohnVol Is that smack talk from a freekin' Tennessee fan? That's funny. What year was your team last relevant?
Texass would rather play with boys than compete against men.
Based on his comment, it would appear Dodds needs to observe the real world more often, instead of creepin' around his office.
@Backhand Winner@RafaelSuyat Fed is only the GOAT based on Grand Slams in the Open Era, which started in 1972. Before 1972, there was another set of annual tourneys where the best played. If those are counted as equivalent to slams, Fed would be #3 in titles behind Emerson and Laver.
3 years, 2 months ago on
TENNIS.com - News Headlines - Federer: Record vs Nadal not important
@Mrlauris1982@skmind "If" is a word connoting a hypothetical scenario, which automatically gets disqualified for consideration in a GOAT conversation. Career statistics matter. Borg played at the pro level for >10 years. This is ample time in which to say his win percentage counts as the best during the Open era. The fact that it is better than Federer's career win percentage suggests that on this metric, Borg had a better career than Fed.
@skmind "In this era" are words that are automatic disqualifiers for GOAT contention. To say Fed had the most dominant 4 years in the Open era (post 1968) would be accurate. GOAT he is not. Nadal is a better player.
@hitius Poor Federer needs to drag a few corpses out of the ground so he can beat them on the court. What a jackwagon.
@RafaelSuyat Your argument might be valid if the Open era existed pre-1968. If you include Pro Slam Tounaments (1958-1967) in the same category as Grand Slams from the Open Era, Federer is #3 in titles behind Laver and Rosewall.
Your argument fails to pass the sore eye test. 18-9. Rafa is a better player than Fed H2H.
@Stefano But Borg left the game with the highest career win %. Federer will not match this, yet another reason he cannot be considered the GOAT.
@skmind Nadal has been better than Federer for at least the last 3 years. H2H does matter, and Federer is not the GOAT. Fed's case is limited to most Grand Slams (he'd be #3 behind Rosewall and Emerson if you counted pre-1972 tourneys) and the best GS hard court win % record. Nadal and Borg have better career win percentages, Fed is #16 on the all-time single title list, Connors has a better single season Grand Slam record (100%), Sampras has a better win % record on grass. Sampras and Nadal are 1 and 2 on GS Final win %, ahead of Fed. Fed is among the greats, but not the best ever, and not even the best of his era. Perhaps he was the most dominant ever for a 3-year period. . .
Rafa's injuries could in part be psychological projection associated with his struggle to play and win at tennis' highest level. From the outside, it can appear to be whining and gamemanship. I dont think Rafa is deliverately trying to screw with his opponent's heads. I think he's creating psychological relief points for pre-match pressures and expectations. This may not be the optimal coping strategy, but he sure has been effective in his career.
3 years, 2 months ago on
TENNIS.com - News Headlines - Nadal cried before Oz Open