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Old 01-29-2002, 09:48 PM   #41
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Hooray for postmodernism. I must remember to distrust my history textbooks for the future. It isn't a surprise, though, considering that the inaccuracies within textbooks are quite common.
No big deal; just another untruth brought to you by "revisionist history."

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Old 01-29-2002, 11:34 PM   #42
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so what ? buy american if you want, I don't fucking care, I really don't and encourage the usa industry, I don't fucking care, you are in your country and you encourage your industry, I don't mind. I'm in my part of the world, I do the same thing, what was your point ?

I don't recall calling you a southern wanker personally, but you seem very obsess with this forum, that's not my problem, go see a psychalanyst.

the point was that your comment was "american corporations don't have slaves". My point was "yes, they fucking do and its not only about your country". Every country does that, and I have no respect for that, the companies who do it, the people who ignore it. Yeah, ok, my last comment was rude... do we always have to be fucking politically correct ?

anyways, a guy said "people who want to change the wolrd are people with intense frustration"" I agree with him. I'm fucking frustrated against corporations.

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Old 01-29-2002, 11:37 PM   #43
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but you seem very obsess with this forum, that's not my problem, go see a psychalanyst.


Better suggestion for you: don't participate in debate forums if you are going to use that tactic.

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Old 01-29-2002, 11:46 PM   #44
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so what , duh...uh...? buy amehican if you want, uh, I don't fuckigg care, uh uh uh, I real don't 'n encourage de usa industry, I don't fuckigg care, uh uh uh, you are in your country 'n you encourage your industry, I don't mind. I'm in my part of the, uh, the world, uh uh uh uh, I do the, ERRRR, same digg, what was your poit , duh...uh...? I don't recall calligg you a soudehn wankeh pehsonal, but you seem behy obsess wid dis f'um, dat's not my progglem, go see a psychalanyss. de poit was dat your commin was "amehican corporashuns don't habe slabes". My poit was "yes, duuhhhh, dey fuckigg do 'n its not on bou' your country". Ebehy country does dat, uh, 'n I habe no repeck f' dat, uh, the, errr, c'panies who do it, uh, de peoble who ignore it. Duh, yeah, ok, my last commin was rude... do webuh allays habe t' be fuckigg political correck , duh...uh...? anyways, duuhhhh, a guy said "peoble who want t' change the, uh, the wolrd are peoble wid intense frustrashun"" I agree wid him. I'm fuckigg frustratid against corporashuns.

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melon!! Bravo!!! I totally agree. I thought I was over in left field all by myself.
I give her some credit too (Julian notwithstanding). She was afterall John Lennon's soul mate.

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And the only reason American corporations aren't in Sudan is because they are forbidden at the federal level. If it were not regulated, I'm sure they'd be there competing with the Canadians to see who can oppress the most laborers.
Well, you could at least throw the federal government a bone just this once.
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Old 01-30-2002, 03:48 AM   #47
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Well, you could at least throw the federal government a bone just this once.
True. And I do. I believe that government regulation is the only thing that prevents corporations from fucking over everyone and everything. It is amazing how profit can motivate the end of morality.

I'm glad the federal government had the insight to stop this. It is too bad they don't stop virtual slave labor, as in the pitiful wages that American corporations legally give out, due to ineffectual or weak foreign governments.

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Holy John, didn't anyone ever tell you that backing up your arguments with personal insults totally discredits anything you are trying to say?
As if anyone is going to listen to your points when you personally bash those who don't agree with you.
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Holy John, didn't anyone ever tell you that backing up your arguments with personal insults totally discredits anything you are trying to say?
As if anyone is going to listen to your points when you personally bash those who don't agree with you.
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