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that is what I thought you looked like Fritz. Pretty funny that it matched exactly.

I was joking anyway - push came to shove - I don't think I would actually want to fight any of those protesting clowns - there are plenty of others who can take my place. No point giving them what they want, which is attention.
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Liberty and Truth wrote:that is what I thought you looked like Fritz. Pretty funny that it matched exactly.

I was joking anyway - push came to shove - I don't think I would actually want to fight any of those protesting clowns - there are plenty of others who can take my place. No point giving them what they want, which is attention.


Right..... :127:

Just as I predicted: An e-thug who is nothing but a blow hard once his bluff is called.

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Fritzthecat wrote:
Liberty and Truth wrote:that is what I thought you looked like Fritz. Pretty funny that it matched exactly.

I was joking anyway - push came to shove - I don't think I would actually want to fight any of those protesting clowns - there are plenty of others who can take my place. No point giving them what they want, which is attention.


Right..... :127:

Just as I predicted: An e-thug who is nothing but a blow hard once his bluff is called.

:coffeecanuck: :dyinglaughing:


:dyinglaughing: right back at you pal. Fritz - try me in person if you really want to test this theory of yours. Otherwise - :censored:
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Liberty and Truth wrote:
Fritzthecat wrote:
Liberty and Truth wrote:that is what I thought you looked like Fritz. Pretty funny that it matched exactly.

I was joking anyway - push came to shove - I don't think I would actually want to fight any of those protesting clowns - there are plenty of others who can take my place. No point giving them what they want, which is attention.


Right..... :127:

Just as I predicted: An e-thug who is nothing but a blow hard once his bluff is called.

:coffeecanuck: :dyinglaughing:


:dyinglaughing: right back at you pal. Fritz - try me in person if you really want to test this theory of yours. Otherwise - :censored:



"Once one assumes an attitude of intolerance, there is no knowing where it will take one. Intolerance, someone has said, is violence to the intellect and hatred is violence to the heart."
OK tough guy, you will the e-thug Olympics. :127:
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Ony word on Anti Anti Anti Olympics protesters?
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Captain Awesome wrote:Ony word on Anti Anti Anti Olympics protesters?

I don't know, but just in case we better start organizing the Anti Anti Anti Anti Olympics protesters.
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Police better understand the difference.
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Captain Awesome wrote:Police better understand the difference.

Well, if the news spots I saw today are any indication it shouldn't be too hard to figure out.
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Captain Awesome wrote:Police better understand the difference.


I think the police understand the difference very well. It's just too bad the *bleep* get the same kid glove treatment that bonafide (and peacefull) protesters get. I would like to see the anarchist thugs/punks get separated from the regular protester folk and feel the full weight of some police clubs and boots. But the cowards just run away and change their clothes when faced with that possibility.

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Captain Awesome wrote:Image

That is funny. :dyinglaughing:

The thing about protest violence: When IS it appropriate and who determines that? What would you do? Well you aren't in the same position, so you can't really say. I think some of the violent protesters have really just had enough. Some are here to stir the pot. Who am I to sit in judgement? I have a warm home and financial security. I don't sleep out in the open in skid row.

How much could you take?
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