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Assuming, Freklenator, that I'm the John that you are addressing, how about we meet and see how physically able I am? I live in Tennessee, Middle Tennessee area and there are several rest stops on Interstates that are appropriate. I usually use I-40 East rest stop just past Crossville. Any Sunday morning between 4 a...more
It all seems to be "Much to do about nothing." Except of course to the "Ham hocks." What if, after reading the insult, they called the waiter over and shot him dead? I remember once when I was at Devils Tower in Wyoming a Sioux woman was packing up to leave and a White guy came over to me and asked; "Is that Squaw...more
That's right, we are as a people in general very uptight. We have every reason to be because of people going around insulting other people. You yourself appear to be uptight because two fat women didn't like being called fat. You're uptight at the prospect of destroying a business over it. Well, how about being upt...more
Sticks and stones hurt for a while but vicious insults hurt for a long time especially when they motivate other fools to join in. Hell, if not responding, if not letting the words bother you then the Civil Rights movement would have failed. It's not a far step from: "Get away from me Ni**er" to "Get out of my voting...more
Right on CG, you made my point. If someone says something first then he ought to be able to "Take it" and not go squalling about some "Freedom of speech." And, here in Tennessee where I live that "Take it" may be in a fat lip, lol. If someone isn't willing, honest and moral enough to back up a smart mouth then he sh...more
I would if Edgar Cayce was an Astrologer but I don't see how planets lining up in some way is going to affect life here on Earth. As for the 'Net disrupting, well, I got along fine and so did industry for a long time before we had a 'Net. Lol, back to paper and pencil.