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Aug 13th 2012 11:54AM Hey, David: your loss. You certainly aren't going to throw any water on my pork-loving (or tapas-loving) party.
Mar 31st 2010 1:38AM Watch your spelling: It's "stoopit"!
Mar 31st 2010 1:25AM I guess a lot depends on what your field or profession is. As a (mostly) Classical musician, being respectful of one's colleagues is important, although one can be respectful but demanding when in a leadership position. As long as one does not treat one's colleagues disrespectfully, one can make demands on them that show respect for the "product" without having to resort to humiliating and belittling tactics. One gets results by example rather than intimidation. In other words, one can be a "nice guy" without being a wimp, and one's colleagues respect that.
Mar 28th 2010 3:54PM Oh - have you been listening to Sarah Palin and Glen Beck?
Mar 28th 2010 3:45PM Certainly no survivors if they spell the way you do. By the way, what's an ice city?
Mar 28th 2010 3:41PM Um... if you check your past 10 years, you'll see the REAL damage to this country was done by the previous administration. That's when we began to lose our great nation status.
Mar 28th 2010 3:36PM ...uh-huh. Were you complaining about that when Bush showed up for a couple of hours to Iraq on Thanksgiving to deliver a fake turkey? Of course not. He was one of YOU.
Mar 28th 2010 3:33PM Speaking of ignorance - have you been reading what the Left has been saying about his Afghanistan policy? Please, if you're going to make such a statement, be sure it's informed.
Jan 15th 2010 3:41PM Gee, iolriggas - I would think it's thanks to your Republican friends and those greedy bankers and Wall Streeters that you may be wearing the same uniforms and working on collective farms, as there won't be much work anywhere else thanks to those beloved cronies of yours who created the crises in which we find ourselves today (wasn't George W. Bush the President until last year? Hmm. I guess I need to get my history straight). Thank God for a President who at least has the concerns of the average American at heart.
Jan 15th 2010 3:37PM Um...excuse me, but since when does one demand a personal note from the President? I think there are far more important issues on his plate that need addressing other than placating a bunch of kids raised to feel they're entitled to anything they want. I think the "disrespect" (yes, it is a word, Rapture - you need a new dictionary) is running the other way.