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tiglath

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Aug 31, 2005, 11:02:20 AM8/31/05
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It's unconscionable how we have people to film looters emptying stores
with imputnity and nobody to stop them.

There should be a National Guard detachment equipped with rock salt
loaded shotguns strafing looters on sight.

Those human cockroaches deserves that much at the very least.

Their mental inferiority led them to defy evacuation orders and their
good luck had them survive, and now they add to the misery by robbing
stores blind.

We shoule be actively weeding out those idiots instead of getting
footage on them.

"Look mama, that's me on TV with our new toaster you axe me to get."

Julian Richards

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Aug 31, 2005, 11:26:18 AM8/31/05
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Watching US news last night, they say that the problem seems to be the
distinction between looters and those needing food.


--

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tiglath

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Aug 31, 2005, 11:44:54 AM8/31/05
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Julian Richards wrote:
> On 31 Aug 2005 08:02:20 -0700, "tiglath" <te...@tiglath.net> wrote:
>
> >
> >
> >It's unconscionable how we have people to film looters emptying stores
> >with imputnity and nobody to stop them.
> >
> >There should be a National Guard detachment equipped with rock salt
> >loaded shotguns strafing looters on sight.
> >
> >Those human cockroaches deserves that much at the very least.
> >
> >Their mental inferiority led them to defy evacuation orders and their
> >good luck had them survive, and now they add to the misery by robbing
> >stores blind.
> >
> >We shoule be actively weeding out those idiots instead of getting
> >footage on them.
> >
> >"Look mama, that's me on TV with our new toaster you axe me to get."
>
> Watching US news last night, they say that the problem seems to be the
> distinction between looters and those needing food.
>

It must be a terrible famine, people are eating T-shirts, jeans and...
toasters.

Ominous

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Aug 31, 2005, 12:03:53 PM8/31/05
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You sir, are an unmitigated fucking idiot. The vast majority of those
looters are looking for food and water. Who's going to steal a toaster
when they have no home, no power and nothing to toast?

You're also a racist, but a stupid one. Louisana blacks have a much
different accent than you think.

Where is the worldwide relief effort? Oh, wait...Americans are only
expected to /provide/ assistance, aren't they? Why don't you comment on
that?

Go back to your hole.


tiglath

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Aug 31, 2005, 12:26:20 PM8/31/05
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Ominous wrote:
> tiglath wrote:
> >
> >
> > It's unconscionable how we have people to film looters emptying stores
> > with imputnity and nobody to stop them.
> >
> > There should be a National Guard detachment equipped with rock salt
> > loaded shotguns strafing looters on sight.
> >
> > Those human cockroaches deserves that much at the very least.
> >
> > Their mental inferiority led them to defy evacuation orders and their
> > good luck had them survive, and now they add to the misery by robbing
> > stores blind.
> >
> > We shoule be actively weeding out those idiots instead of getting
> > footage on them.
> >
> > "Look mama, that's me on TV with our new toaster you axe me to get."
> >
>
> You sir, are an unmitigated fucking idiot.

Fish in a barrel like you ought to look up and try to ingratiate
themselves with those outside the barrel.

I recommend you watch the freely-available video footage of people
looting shops and see how little food and water they carry in their
hands.

Then you will see repeated the ignorance you like to parade in this
newsgroup again and again.

Be a good fishie now.

tiglath

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Aug 31, 2005, 12:31:55 PM8/31/05
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Ominous wrote:
>
> You sir, are an unmitigated fucking idiot. The vast majority of those
> looters are looking for food and water. Who's going to steal a toaster
> when they have no home, no power and nothing to toast?

People who can keep a toaster until the power comes back, or can sell
it to people with a home, if they don't have one.

That you can't answer easy questions like that for yourself means that
mud also floods your head and spills into Usenet.

Contain yourself.

William Black

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Aug 31, 2005, 12:34:57 PM8/31/05
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"tiglath" <te...@tiglath.net> wrote in message
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>
>
> It's unconscionable how we have people to film looters emptying stores
> with imputnity and nobody to stop them.
>
> There should be a National Guard detachment equipped with rock salt
> loaded shotguns strafing looters on sight.
>
> Those human cockroaches deserves that much at the very least.

Don't be bloody silly Tiggy.

There's no food and no water and the poor have been abandoned to fend for
themselves.

There's no power and no clean water either, so they'll need clothes as
well.

--
William Black

I've seen things you people wouldn't believe.
Barbeques on fire by the chalets past the castle headland
I watched the gift shops glitter in the darkness off the Newborough gate
All these moments will be lost in time, like icecream on the beach
Time for tea.


Deirdre

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Aug 31, 2005, 12:38:23 PM8/31/05
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Ominous wrote:
>

> Where is the worldwide relief effort? Oh, wait...Americans are only
> expected to /provide/ assistance, aren't they? Why don't you comment on
> that?

Don't know where the world is, but one of
the cable networks reported that Germany
offered assistance. It'll be interesting to
see if it's accepted.

Deirdre

tiglath

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Aug 31, 2005, 12:41:31 PM8/31/05
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Running out of cookies, tank ass?

William Black

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Aug 31, 2005, 12:55:10 PM8/31/05
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"Deirdre" <finch.e...@rcn.com> wrote in message
news:4315DD00...@rcn.com...

People are popping up all over offering assistance.

I imagine the sepcialised rescue and medical teams that operate from the UK
and France are loading their equipment as I type this.

It's only the terminally paranoid right wingers who expect the rest of the
world to watch while the US is in trouble, because that's what they'd like
to do when someone else is in trouble...

Cory Bhreckan

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Aug 31, 2005, 1:03:18 PM8/31/05
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No reasoned response? Personal insults trump substance any day. Your
mother must be proud of you.

tiglath

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Aug 31, 2005, 1:07:24 PM8/31/05
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I reason with all and anyone but Deirdre "Saddlebags" Sholton-Douglas.

Should be talk about your mother?

tiglath

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Aug 31, 2005, 1:14:17 PM8/31/05
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William Black wrote:
> "tiglath" <te...@tiglath.net> wrote in message
> news:1125500540....@g44g2000cwa.googlegroups.com...
> >
> >
> > It's unconscionable how we have people to film looters emptying stores
> > with imputnity and nobody to stop them.
> >
> > There should be a National Guard detachment equipped with rock salt
> > loaded shotguns strafing looters on sight.
> >
> > Those human cockroaches deserves that much at the very least.
>
> Don't be bloody silly Tiggy.
>
> There's no food and no water and the poor have been abandoned to fend for
> themselves.
>
> There's no power and no clean water either, so they'll need clothes as
> well.
>

Think before posting.

It's NINETY degrees in New Orleans. And...

HUMID, very HUMID.

Clothes?

Have you watched the video footage of the looting?

Did you see food or water being stolen?

I didn't.

Did you read reports of people brazenly trying their "new" clothes in
the streets?

Do you think that taking bread and fruit to eat is reported as
"looting"?

Did you see a policemen dragging a youngster and his loot back into the
store?

Watch, read, think, then post.

Ominous

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Aug 31, 2005, 1:15:17 PM8/31/05
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William Black wrote:
>
> "Deirdre" <finch.e...@rcn.com> wrote in message
> news:4315DD00...@rcn.com...
>>
>>
>> Ominous wrote:
>> >
>>
>> > Where is the worldwide relief effort? Oh, wait...Americans are only
>> > expected to /provide/ assistance, aren't they? Why don't you comment on
>> > that?
>>
>> Don't know where the world is, but one of
>> the cable networks reported that Germany
>> offered assistance. It'll be interesting to
>> see if it's accepted.
>
> People are popping up all over offering assistance.

I've yet to hear of any. Could you enlighten me?

> I imagine the sepcialised rescue and medical teams that operate from the UK
> and France are loading their equipment as I type this.

That would be welcome and appreciated.

> It's only the terminally paranoid right wingers who expect the rest of the
> world to watch while the US is in trouble, because that's what they'd like
> to do when someone else is in trouble...
>

One need only look at where the tsunami donations came from to realize
that this is actually amazingly fantastic bullshit.


Cory Bhreckan

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Aug 31, 2005, 1:26:02 PM8/31/05
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Why do you fear Deirdre so much? Got your head handed to you once too often?

tiglath

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Aug 31, 2005, 1:26:14 PM8/31/05
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Ominous wrote:
> >
> > People are popping up all over offering assistance.
>
> I've yet to hear of any. Could you enlighten me?
>

Ominous threatens again in inundate Usenet with ignorance.

Discover Google, chump.

> One need only look at where the tsunami donations came from to realize
> that this is actually amazingly fantastic bullshit.

Perspective...

Another Republican Disaster...

Stampeding Shiites kill 800 people, easily twice Katrina's death toll.

Relieve that.

Val Adams

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Aug 31, 2005, 1:26:24 PM8/31/05
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Ominous wrote:

> William Black wrote:
>
>>"Deirdre" <finch.e...@rcn.com> wrote in message
>>news:4315DD00...@rcn.com...
>>
>>>
>>>Ominous wrote:
>>>
>>>>Where is the worldwide relief effort? Oh, wait...Americans are only
>>>>expected to /provide/ assistance, aren't they? Why don't you comment on
>>>>that?
>>>
>>>Don't know where the world is, but one of
>>>the cable networks reported that Germany
>>>offered assistance. It'll be interesting to
>>>see if it's accepted.
>>
>>People are popping up all over offering assistance.
>
>
> I've yet to hear of any. Could you enlighten me?
>

This was taken from another newsgroup:

The Dutch government being very small still knows how to manage water.
They have sent an assesment team to see what the Dutch can do to help
out. The Rotterdem company Smit Tak is ready at the Dutch Antillees to
dispatch help to the region. It may not be much as of yet, but I hope
they can do something significant. I heard last night that the UK had
opened a Giro account for help to the poor who are now homeless in the
region and this morning the Dutch have also opened one. I doubt if
donations will be as large as they were for the Tsunami, but there
were some heart rendering pictures on our TV last night of a man who
had his house split in two. He said he saw his wife drift off and had
not seen her again since. These pictures tend to moce people and
hpefully people will donate.
The USA according to our news is not asking for help to the world
except from the Dutch, who know how to manage water.
God created the Earth, but the Dutch created Holland and the people of
Louisiana created the land right behind Ponchartrain. Together, they
might show what human effort and friendship can do.
You guys helped us with the Marshal Plan. Now its our turn. I pray
that Europe will do this and not make me ashamed again.

With respect, peace and love,
Jock (Netherlands)

Ominous

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Aug 31, 2005, 1:29:33 PM8/31/05
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This is all pretty funny until I recall that you were bested by that
retarded geriatric scot WHO NEVER POSTED A SINGLE WORD.

Then it's just sad.

Ominous

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Aug 31, 2005, 1:32:37 PM8/31/05
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Thank you.

Ominous

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Aug 31, 2005, 1:38:33 PM8/31/05
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tiglath wrote:
>
> Ominous wrote:
>> >
>> > People are popping up all over offering assistance.
>>
>> I've yet to hear of any. Could you enlighten me?
>>
>
> Ominous threatens again in inundate Usenet with ignorance.
>
> Discover Google, chump.

I already knew you couldn't enlighten me.

>> One need only look at where the tsunami donations came from to realize
>> that this is actually amazingly fantastic bullshit.
>
> Perspective...
>
> Another Republican Disaster...
>
> Stampeding Shiites kill 800 people, easily twice Katrina's death toll.
>
> Relieve that.
>

Speaking of ignorance, who do you think is under all that floodwater?


--

tiglath

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Aug 31, 2005, 1:39:33 PM8/31/05
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Val Adams wrote:
>
> The Dutch government being very small still knows how to manage water.

That's not going to help; In Holland they use children to plug dike
leaks with their fingers.

But thanks anyway.

tiglath

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Aug 31, 2005, 1:47:22 PM8/31/05
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Ominous wrote:
> tiglath wrote:
> >
> > Ominous wrote:
> >> >
> >> > People are popping up all over offering assistance.
> >>
> >> I've yet to hear of any. Could you enlighten me?
> >>
> >
> > Ominous threatens again in inundate Usenet with ignorance.
> >
> > Discover Google, chump.
>
> I already knew you couldn't enlighten me.

I draw blood from stones more easily.


>
> Speaking of ignorance, who do you think is under all that floodwater?
>

Nobody. Corpses float.


>
> --
> This is all pretty funny until I recall that you were bested by that
> retarded geriatric scot WHO NEVER POSTED A SINGLE WORD.

Your wishing so doesn't make it so.

He posted and posted and stopped posting when he couldn't keep up with
the game HE started.

Just like you, fishes in a barrel.

Andrew Chaplin

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Aug 31, 2005, 1:52:07 PM8/31/05
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"Ominous" <do...@none.org> wrote in message
news:FAlRe.34476$c95....@fe11.news.easynews.com...

> William Black wrote:
> >
> > People are popping up all over offering assistance.
>
> I've yet to hear of any. Could you enlighten me?

The Canadian government and the Canadian public. "The Deputy Prime
Minister [...] has contacted U.S. Homeland Security Secretary Michael
Chertoff and advised him that Canada stands ready to provide
assistance if needed. In addition, the Minister of Health [...] has
directed the Public Health Agency of Canada to contact the U.S.
Department of Health and Human Services and offer any assistance that
may be helpful, such as emergency medical supplies contained in the
National Emergency Stockpile System."
(http://news.gc.ca/cfmx/view/en/index.jsp?articleid=166879) The
American Red Cross has asked the Canadian Red Cross for reinforcement,
and the CRC is responding. Many Canadians will donate through the CRC
(http://www.redcross.ca/article.asp?id=014588&tid=032). I'll be
stopping at their headquarters tomorrow to drop off a cheque.
--
Andrew Chaplin
SIT MIHI GLADIUS SICUT SANCTO MARTINO
(If you're going to e-mail me, you'll have to get "yourfinger." out.)


Ominous

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Aug 31, 2005, 1:56:16 PM8/31/05
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On Wed, 31 Aug 2005 13:52:07 -0400, Andrew Chaplin wrote:

> "Ominous" <do...@none.org> wrote in message
> news:FAlRe.34476$c95....@fe11.news.easynews.com...
>> William Black wrote:
>> >
>> > People are popping up all over offering assistance.
>>
>> I've yet to hear of any. Could you enlighten me?
>
> The Canadian government and the Canadian public. "The Deputy Prime
> Minister [...] has contacted U.S. Homeland Security Secretary Michael
> Chertoff and advised him that Canada stands ready to provide assistance if
> needed. In addition, the Minister of Health [...] has directed the Public
> Health Agency of Canada to contact the U.S. Department of Health and Human
> Services and offer any assistance that may be helpful, such as emergency
> medical supplies contained in the National Emergency Stockpile System."
> (http://news.gc.ca/cfmx/view/en/index.jsp?articleid=166879) The American
> Red Cross has asked the Canadian Red Cross for reinforcement, and the CRC
> is responding. Many Canadians will donate through the CRC
> (http://www.redcross.ca/article.asp?id=014588&tid=032). I'll be stopping
> at their headquarters tomorrow to drop off a cheque.

Thank you, for the information and the help.

--
This is all pretty funny until I recall that you were bested by that
retarded geriatric scot WHO NEVER POSTED A SINGLE WORD.

Then it's just sad.

Ominous

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Aug 31, 2005, 1:58:31 PM8/31/05
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On Wed, 31 Aug 2005 10:47:22 -0700, tiglath wrote:

>
> Ominous wrote:
>> tiglath wrote:
>> >
>> > Ominous wrote:
>> >> >
>> >> > People are popping up all over offering assistance.
>> >>
>> >> I've yet to hear of any. Could you enlighten me?
>> >>
>> >>
>> > Ominous threatens again in inundate Usenet with ignorance.
>> >
>> > Discover Google, chump.
>>
>> I already knew you couldn't enlighten me.
>
> I draw blood from stones more easily.
>
>
>
>> Speaking of ignorance, who do you think is under all that floodwater?
>>
>>
> Nobody. Corpses float.

Not those that are pinned under wreckage.

Oh, I'm sorry. Was that your ignorance again?

>
>> --
>> This is all pretty funny until I recall that you were bested by that
>> retarded geriatric scot WHO NEVER POSTED A SINGLE WORD.
>
> Your wishing so doesn't make it so.
>
> He posted and posted and stopped posting when he couldn't keep up with the
> game HE started.
>
> Just like you, fishes in a barrel.

Just keep pluggin', bro.

--
This is all pretty funny until I recall that you were bested by that
retarded geriatric scot WHO NEVER POSTED A SINGLE WORD.

Then it's just sad.

tiglath

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Aug 31, 2005, 2:37:21 PM8/31/05
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Ominous wrote:
> >
> >
> >> Speaking of ignorance, who do you think is under all that floodwater?
> >>
> >>
> > Nobody. Corpses float.
>
> Not those that are pinned under wreckage.

True, they were easier to pin down than the point of your question, it
seems.

Do you even know it?

>
> Oh, I'm sorry. Was that your ignorance again?
>

> Just keep pluggin', bro.
>
> --
> This is all pretty funny until I recall that you were bested by that
> retarded geriatric scot WHO NEVER POSTED A SINGLE WORD.

Here is one of many posts in the "In Defense of America" thread
by the "retarded geriatric scot [sic]" by your own description,
also known as Michelin

http://tinyurl.com/cv4xb

So much for

the "scot WHO NEVER POSTED A SINGLE WORD."

That makes you also a liar.

But people knew that.

I don't know what makes you so stupid but it works wonders.

tiglath

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Aug 31, 2005, 2:39:52 PM8/31/05
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Cory Bhreckan wrote:
> >
> > I reason with all and anyone but Deirdre "Saddlebags" Sholton-Douglas.
>
> Why do you fear Deirdre so much? Got your head handed to you once too often?

Poor word choice.

It's Deirdre Sholton-Douglas (pick a name for god's sake) who hides
behind her killfile, not me, after coming at me like Katrina and
leaving with her tail (wanting to get but not being able to fit)
between her legs.

Don't have to take my word for it either, see the archives.

Madra Dubh

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Aug 31, 2005, 2:40:48 PM8/31/05
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"tiglath" <te...@tiglath.net> wrote in message
news:1125500540....@g44g2000cwa.googlegroups.com...
>
>
> It's unconscionable how we have people to film looters emptying stores
> with imputnity and nobody to stop them.
>
> There should be a National Guard detachment equipped with rock salt
> loaded shotguns strafing looters on sight.
>
> Those human cockroaches deserves that much at the very least.
>
> Their mental inferiority led them to defy evacuation orders and their
> good luck had them survive, and now they add to the misery by robbing
> stores blind.
>
> We shoule be actively weeding out those idiots instead of getting
> footage on them.
>
> "Look mama, that's me on TV with our new toaster you axe me to get."

Bear in mind that among the opportunistic looters are those people
desperately searching for untainted water and food.
The situation in New Orleans is desperate indeed.


Madra Dubh

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Aug 31, 2005, 2:42:56 PM8/31/05
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"Julian Richards" <s...@sig.co.uk> wrote in message
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> On 31 Aug 2005 08:02:20 -0700, "tiglath" <te...@tiglath.net> wrote:
>
>>
>>
>>It's unconscionable how we have people to film looters emptying stores
>>with imputnity and nobody to stop them.
>>
>>There should be a National Guard detachment equipped with rock salt
>>loaded shotguns strafing looters on sight.
>>
>>Those human cockroaches deserves that much at the very least.
>>
>>Their mental inferiority led them to defy evacuation orders and their
>>good luck had them survive, and now they add to the misery by robbing
>>stores blind.
>>
>>We shoule be actively weeding out those idiots instead of getting
>>footage on them.
>>
>>"Look mama, that's me on TV with our new toaster you axe me to get."
>
> Watching US news last night, they say that the problem seems to be the
> distinction between looters and those needing food.
>

Exactly and they are having immense problems getting the relief supplies to
the survivors or the survivors to the relief supplies
God alone knows what the ultimate death toll will be.
The hurricane and resultant flooding surely has killed many.
The toll from diseases has yet to start.


Madra Dubh

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Aug 31, 2005, 2:44:53 PM8/31/05
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"Deirdre" <finch.e...@rcn.com> wrote in message
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>
>

I have no doubt but that many countries will be offering assistance.
We would be exceedingly stupid not to accept.
But then, of late........................


Madra Dubh

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Aug 31, 2005, 2:47:24 PM8/31/05
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"tiglath" <te...@tiglath.net> wrote in message
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You do realize that Deirdre is probably one of the most intelligent people
ever to wander into this news group.
And before you start your sycophant chant, she and I have had more than a
few bloody rounds.
I respect her none the less.

Madra Dubh

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Aug 31, 2005, 2:50:07 PM8/31/05
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"Val Adams" <va_a...@pacbell.net> wrote in message
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That brought a tear to my eye.
Thank your countrymen for me, Val.

Madra Dubh

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Aug 31, 2005, 2:51:39 PM8/31/05
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"tiglath" <te...@tiglath.net> wrote in message
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tiglath, give it up.
There may well be thousands dead or soon to be dead.
We need all the help, we can get if for no other reason to restore the
solidarity we used to enjoy with our neighbors.


Val Adams

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Aug 31, 2005, 3:00:47 PM8/31/05
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eh, Luv, I'm YOUR countryman, remember? I did wonder if that
Jock was 'our' Jock, there's a sweetness there that reminds; but I did send
thanks to the Netherlanders from our side the pond.

Val de Lerkan Merkan

tiglath

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Aug 31, 2005, 3:27:07 PM8/31/05
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Madra Dubh wrote:
> "tiglath" <te...@tiglath.net> wrote in message
> news:1125508044.4...@z14g2000cwz.googlegroups.com...
>
> You do realize that Deirdre is probably one of the most intelligent people
> ever to wander into this news group.

She is trained in a branch of science. That's it.

That is not the same as being smart.

A smart person doesn't put a picture of herself that frightens the
horses in the Internet and then starts a flame war trying to ridicule
others. That's not the hallmark of intelligence or smarts. It's
pretty dumb.

It's like a fat girl trying to laugh at a thin guy. In fact is EXACTLY
like a fat ugly girl trying to laugh at a thin guy.

> And before you start your sycophant chant, she and I have had more than a
> few bloody rounds.

Sycophant chant?

Poor word choice, again.

I am nobody's sycophant, not even my own.

> I respect her none the less.

I don't. Respect must be earned.

She attacked me first, that's nothing to respect. Thus, she deserves
all the scorn she got, gets, and will get.

Once in the fray she showed none of the intelligence you credit her
with, had no stamina, and left ignominiously like all wannabe flamers
who can't keep their powder dry, a killfile refugee; from which she
peeks like a fish in the barrel.

tiglath

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Aug 31, 2005, 3:32:45 PM8/31/05
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Madra Dubh wrote:
> >
> > With respect, peace and love,
> > Jock (Netherlands)
>
> That brought a tear to my eye.

I think you are a wee bit too sentimental for these pages.

Don't go soft on us, now.

tiglath

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Aug 31, 2005, 3:51:17 PM8/31/05
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Ominous wrote:
>
> Thank you, for the information and the help.
>

Information won't stick and you are beyond help.

William Black

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Aug 31, 2005, 3:58:17 PM8/31/05
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"Madra Dubh" <cca...@worldnet.att.net> wrote in message
news:FUmRe.5831$kn4....@bgtnsc04-news.ops.worldnet.att.net...

I gather that there's a good rumour going around that the US federal
government has already announced that they do not need outside help in the
form of people or equipment.

I may be wrong.

--
William Black

I've seen things you people wouldn't believe.
Barbeques on fire by the chalets past the castle headland
I watched the gift shops glitter in the darkness off the Newborough gate
All these moments will be lost in time, like icecream on the beach
Time for tea.


Julian Richards

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Aug 31, 2005, 3:58:50 PM8/31/05
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On Wed, 31 Aug 2005 17:55:10 +0100, "William Black"
<willia...@hotmail.co.uk> wrote:

>
>"Deirdre" <finch.e...@rcn.com> wrote in message
>news:4315DD00...@rcn.com...
>>
>>
>> Ominous wrote:
>> >
>>
>> > Where is the worldwide relief effort? Oh, wait...Americans are only
>> > expected to /provide/ assistance, aren't they? Why don't you comment on
>> > that?
>>
>> Don't know where the world is, but one of
>> the cable networks reported that Germany
>> offered assistance. It'll be interesting to
>> see if it's accepted.
>

>People are popping up all over offering assistance.
>

>I imagine the sepcialised rescue and medical teams that operate from the UK
>and France are loading their equipment as I type this.
>

>It's only the terminally paranoid right wingers who expect the rest of the
>world to watch while the US is in trouble, because that's what they'd like
>to do when someone else is in trouble...

It would be interesting if Cuba offered help.


--

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Ominous

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Quitters never win.

Deirdre

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Aug 31, 2005, 4:14:41 PM8/31/05
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Cory Bhreckan wrote:
>
> tiglath wrote:
> > Cory Bhreckan wrote:
> >
> >>tiglath wrote:
> >>
> >>>Deirdre wrote:
> >>>
> >>>

> >>>>Ominous wrote:
> >>>>
> >>>>
> >>>>>Where is the worldwide relief effort? Oh, wait...Americans are only
> >>>>>expected to /provide/ assistance, aren't they? Why don't you comment on
> >>>>>that?
> >>>>
> >>>>Don't know where the world is, but one of
> >>>>the cable networks reported that Germany
> >>>>offered assistance. It'll be interesting to
> >>>>see if it's accepted.
> >>>
> >>>

> >>>Running out of cookies, tank ass?
> >>>
> >>
> >>No reasoned response? Personal insults trump substance any day. Your
> >>mother must be proud of you.
> >
> >

> > I reason with all and anyone but Deirdre "Saddlebags" Sholton-Douglas.
>
> Why do you fear Deirdre so much? Got your head handed to you once too often?

Is this midge still about?

It's not worth the bother, Cory, calling me "fat"
is so wide of the mark that those who actually
know me are laughing hysterically..the projec-
tions of a spotty, nose-picking dweeb suffering
from a terminal wedgie and ingrowing virginity.

Deirdre

tiglath

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Aug 31, 2005, 4:23:51 PM8/31/05
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Deirdre wrote:

> Is this midge still about?
>
> It's not worth the bother, Cory, calling me "fat"
> is so wide of the mark that those who actually
> know me are laughing hysterically..the projec-
> tions of a spotty, nose-picking dweeb suffering
> from a terminal wedgie and ingrowing virginity.
>
> Deirdre

Tank Ass Deirdre feels obliged to tell us that she is not fat, by her
reckoning.

"People who know me..." is her version of, "lurkers support me in
email."

In contrast with her derriere, her material is terribly thin. Her
far-fetched jab is yet another repeat of the stuff she hurled days
earlier, before she ran away from my loving largesse.

Deirdre

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Aug 31, 2005, 4:29:07 PM8/31/05
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Madra Dubh wrote:
>
> "tiglath" <te...@tiglath.net> wrote in message
> news:1125508044.4...@z14g2000cwz.googlegroups.com...
>
> You do realize that Deirdre is probably one of the most intelligent people
> ever to wander into this news group.

Why, thank you, Madra...much as I appreciate
your kind words, there's really little reward in
attempting to reason with insects desperate
for attention. The only thing to do is either
swat or ignore them and since this one has no
sting with which to bless itself, ignoring seems
to make the most sense...the tiny mind is so
dim it's just not worth the bother of a reply.

Deirdre

tiglath

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Aug 31, 2005, 4:36:41 PM8/31/05
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Deirdre wrote:
>
> Why, thank you, Madra...much as I appreciate
> your kind words, there's really little reward in
> attempting to reason with insects desperate
> for attention. The only thing to do is either
> swat or ignore them and since this one has no
> sting with which to bless itself, ignoring seems
> to make the most sense...the tiny mind is so
> dim it's just not worth the bother of a reply.


Ignore me?

That would be a valid position if you had ignored me from the outset.

But ignoring me AFTER trying to "swat" me and getting your ample glutei
badly kicked in he attempt is no more "ignoring" that cowardiced is
bravery.

You better keep ignoring me, madam, unless you want A LOT more of the
same or worse. Capisce, lump?

Andrew Chaplin

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Aug 31, 2005, 4:39:56 PM8/31/05
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"tiglath" <te...@tiglath.net> wrote in message
news:1125519831....@o13g2000cwo.googlegroups.com...

>
> Tank Ass Deirdre feels obliged to tell us that she is not fat, by
her
> reckoning.
>
> "People who know me..." is her version of, "lurkers support me in
> email."
>
> In contrast with her derriere, her material is terribly thin. Her
> far-fetched jab is yet another repeat of the stuff she hurled days
> earlier, before she ran away from my loving largesse.

Is this sort of puerile ad hominem -- or ad feminam, in this case --
really necessary? Why not dissect her arguments and what she offers as
evidence to make a point?

Deirdre

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Aug 31, 2005, 4:42:33 PM8/31/05
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Andrew Chaplin wrote:
>
> "tiglath" <te...@tiglath.net> wrote in message
> news:1125519831....@o13g2000cwo.googlegroups.com...
> >
> > Tank Ass Deirdre feels obliged to tell us that she is not fat, by
> her
> > reckoning.
> >
> > "People who know me..." is her version of, "lurkers support me in
> > email."
> >
> > In contrast with her derriere, her material is terribly thin. Her
> > far-fetched jab is yet another repeat of the stuff she hurled days
> > earlier, before she ran away from my loving largesse.
>
> Is this sort of puerile ad hominem -- or ad feminam, in this case --
> really necessary? Why not dissect her arguments and what she offers as
> evidence to make a point?

I should think it obvious, Andrew...he _can't_.

Deirdre

Ominous

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Aug 31, 2005, 4:55:07 PM8/31/05
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On Wed, 31 Aug 2005 16:39:56 -0400, Andrew Chaplin wrote:

> "tiglath" <te...@tiglath.net> wrote in message
> news:1125519831....@o13g2000cwo.googlegroups.com...
>>
>> Tank Ass Deirdre feels obliged to tell us that she is not fat, by
> her
>> reckoning.
>>
>> "People who know me..." is her version of, "lurkers support me in
>> email."
>>
>> In contrast with her derriere, her material is terribly thin. Her
>> far-fetched jab is yet another repeat of the stuff she hurled days
>> earlier, before she ran away from my loving largesse.
>
> Is this sort of puerile ad hominem -- or ad feminam, in this case --
> really necessary? Why not dissect her arguments and what she offers as
> evidence to make a point?

He can't.

Ominous

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Aug 31, 2005, 4:57:28 PM8/31/05
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Well, I've got to go back to real life now, tiggy. It's been fun. Watch
out the little girl doesn't hurt you.

Andrew Chaplin

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"Ominous" <do...@none.org> wrote in message
news:pan.2005.08.31....@none.org...

> On Wed, 31 Aug 2005 16:39:56 -0400, Andrew Chaplin wrote:
>
> > "tiglath" <te...@tiglath.net