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blades666 last won the day on March 31 2007

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  1. as for speed...vora was nearly faster than me and he had a speech impediment. and as for what sandy said, i'm pretty sure i've never entertained anybody in my whole life.
  2. The video is self contradictory in a lot of places, even right after one another. One quote says there is no soot, and the next describes the interior of the pentagon as covered in soot. It relies a lot on personal anecdotes, which are heavily suspect. The missile theory is pretty suspect also, because if the US were really to fake it, they would have the resources to crash a real plane into the building, that's even what they allude to in the beginning of the video when they are talking about drone planes. If the US was looking for justifications, they wouldn't lead us to believe that the hijiackers were Saudi, wouldn't they said they were Afghani or Iraqi? Just as an example of the way this video presents the facts, the thing about the American Airlines put options, they are 95% traced to one buyer, who gave up his put options on 9/10 and bought 115,000 shares on 9/10. All in all it's a silly conspiracy theory masked by a lot of facts at the beginning that overshadow their more outrageous claims in the end, and with a serious sounding voiceover.
  3. Try again. The House votes to impeach, then the Senate hears the trial, and votes on removal from office. "The House of Representatives shall choose their Speaker and other Officers; and shall have the sole Power of Impeachment." "The Senate shall have the sole Power to try all Impeachments. When sitting for that Purpose, they shall be on Oath or Affirmation. When the President of the United States is tried, the Chief Justice shall preside: And no Person shall be convicted without the Concurrence of two thirds of the Members present. Judgment in Cases of Impeachment shall not extend further than to removal from Office, and disqualification to hold and enjoy any Office of honor, Trust or Profit under the United States: but the Party convicted shall nevertheless be liable and subject to Indictment, Trial, Judgment and Punishment, according to Law." From the U.S. Constitution
  4. The U.S. bishop's article about the 2004 election, and about poltics in general, which can be found here doesn't seem to indicate that abortion "trumps" other concerns, and, in fact, spends a lot more time talking about the need to avoid war, the death penalty, the rights of workers, health care, and homelessness.
  5. check out this book for some good stuff. Violence : Reflections on a National Epidemic by James Gilligan
  6. yeah, i forgot how colorful those debates were.
  7. stare decisis : (stah-ree duh-sigh-sis) n. Latin for "to stand by a decision," the doctrine that a trial court is bound by appellate court decisions (precedents) on a legal question which is raised in the lower court. Reliance on such precedents is required of trial courts until such time as an appellate court changes the rule, for the trial court cannot ignore the precedent (even when the trial judge believes it is "bad law"). law.com
  8. I recommend Blindness by Jose Saramargo. Also, Heart of Darkness was first published 1902, and Conrad died in 1926. Where you got 1976 is beyond me.
  9. Most of Bush's cabinet and top level advisors are Straussians.
  10. blades666


    You can debate for the Harvard squad if you go to MIT.
  11. I view Cram through his window at night.
  12. 40 km/h is like 24 mph. not exactly speeding. and the other agent in the vehicle (not the journalist who was being saved) said that the vehicle was stopped before the troops opened fire.
  13. i believe that would be no entry so far for your judging requirement
  14. the thing is, he wasn't a journalist, he was a top level italian agent who had negotiated in hostage situations before. the other agent in the car said they were going 40 km/hr tops and they stopped before they were shot at. also, it's really tough to believe that one of italy's top agents would make the mistake of forgetting to inform the us of his trip. http://www.voanews.com/english/2005-03-09-voa67.cfm
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