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Rain

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RE: 13 August: An Infamous Anniversary (in reply to Rain

A staple of Hiroshima Revisionism has been the contention that the government of Japan was prepared to surrender during the summer of 1945, with the sole proviso that its sacred emperor be retained. President Harry S. Truman and those around him knew this through intercepted Japanese diplomatic messages, the story goes, but refused to extend such an assurance because they wanted the war to continue until atomic bombs became available. The real purpose of using the bombs was not to defeat an already-defeated Japan, but to give the United States a club to use against the Soviet Union. Thus Truman purposely slaughtered hundreds of thousands of Japanese, not to mention untold thousands of other Asians and Allied servicemen who would perish as the war needlessly ground on, primarily to gain diplomatic advantage.

Makes sense no? Those bombs do send a message to the super powers.

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  REPORT THIS POST AS INAPPROPRIATE |  Date Aug. 25 2011 21:27:39
 
BarkellWH

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RE: 13 August: An Infamous Anniversary (in reply to Rain

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So you're saying my history teacher at Columbia University was wrong and so is the much respected Howard Zinn.


Hiroshima August 6, 1945; Nagasaki August 9, 1945; Japanese Emperor Hirohito announced decision to surrender August 15, 1945, after six days of furious and vigorous debate and argument within his War cabinet. These are facts, Rain. You are entitled to your own opinion regarding whether or not the U.S. should have used the bomb, but you are not entitled to your own facts regarding the lead-up to, and date of, Japan's surrender.

I have no idea what your Colombia history professor told you. But if he did not adhere to the above time-line, then yes, he was wrong. By the way, Rain, when do you think Japan officially announced its surrender?

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  REPORT THIS POST AS INAPPROPRIATE |  Date Aug. 25 2011 21:29:40
 
BarkellWH

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RE: 13 August: An Infamous Anniversary (in reply to Rain

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A staple of Hiroshima Revisionism has been the contention that the government of Japan was prepared to surrender during the summer of 1945, with the sole proviso that its sacred emperor be retained. President Harry S. Truman and those around him knew this through intercepted Japanese diplomatic messages, the story goes, but refused to extend such an assurance because they wanted the war to continue until atomic bombs became available. The real purpose of using the bombs was not to defeat an already-defeated Japan, but to give the United States a club to use against the Soviet Union. Thus Truman purposely slaughtered hundreds of thousands of Japanese, not to mention untold thousands of other Asians and Allied servicemen who would perish as the war needlessly ground on, primarily to gain diplomatic advantage.


Your quote above is just as you describe it, "A staple of Hiroshima revisionism." There is no evidence whatsoever, in intercepted communications or otherwise, that Japan was ready to surrender in the summer of 1945. In fact, much research during the last ten years reveals just the opposite, that the Japanese War Cabinet and even the Emperor, were ready to fight on, in spite of advances made by the allies. And we just had the examples of the Battles of Iwo Jima (Feb.-Mar. 1945) and Okinawa (April 1945) that demonstrated how fanatical and ready to continue the battle the Japanese were. Japan, ready to surrender in the summer of 1945? Hardly.

I've read my Barton Bernstein and Gar Aperowitz, too, Rain. They try to enhance their case by leaving out significant elements of the historical record that would diminish their case. For one thing, much is made of Japanese Prince Konoye's mission to Moscow to seek an end to the fighting. What they fail to address is the fact that Konoye offered nothing, absolutely nothing. He just wanted the Soviets to engineer an end to the fighting without terms. And another thing, the three days between Hiroshima and Nagasaki, and the six days after Nagasaki, were taken up by the War Cabinet, and the preponderence of opinion was to continue fighting. It was only after Nagasaki that the Emperor made the decision himself to surrender. The minutes of these meetings are available to historians, Rain.

So, I want to go back to your original post on the subject, Rain. You stated the Japanese had surrendered two days before the dropping of the Atom bomb. That is your statement: The Japanese had surrendered two days prior to the dropping of the bomb. When did they surrender, in your mind, Rain, on August 4, two days before Hiroshima? Or on August 7, two days before Nagasaki?

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Rain

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RE: 13 August: An Infamous Anniversary (in reply to BarkellWH

Stop harping on the timeline Bill, and open up your mind a little, be a little sensible.
The Japanese wanted to surrender, and wanted to open peace talks and the US knew it!
Yet we dropped not one bomb but two, killing innocent civilians. We did that, the USA. And the Japanese even today suffer from the repercussions.

My opinion is based on facts, not nationalism pr patriotism.

By the way, Rain, when do you think Japan officially announced its surrender?
September 2, 1945. What did I win, I hope its a new car, i could use one.
Again your harping on dates, and missing the point mate, the bombings were unnecessary.

Here's my honest opinion about History, and that is it teaches humanity absolutely nothing!!! And offers many perspectives and amongst those perspectives somewhere lies the truth. One truth is history will repeat itself.

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  REPORT THIS POST AS INAPPROPRIATE |  Date Aug. 25 2011 22:14:02
 
BarkellWH

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RE: 13 August: An Infamous Anniversary (in reply to Rain

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Stop harping on the timeline Bill, and open up your mind a little, be a little sensible.
The Japanese wanted to surrender, and wanted to open peace talks and the US knew it!
Yet we dropped not one bomb but two, killing innocent civilians. We did that, the USA. And the Japanese even today suffer from the repercussions.


Stop harping on the timeline? You are the one who was very specific on your illusary timeline of Japan's surrender--"two days prior to the dropping of the bomb."

Apparently you also wish to persist in your fiction that the Japanese wanted to surrender and open peace talks. If you are referring to Prince Konoye and his Mission to Moscow, I have already covered that ground, and so have historians much more well-versed than I. If you have other evidence (your Colombia history professor and Wikipedia don't count), please provide it. I would be particularly interested in how you square your contention that Japan was ready to surrender with the Japanese War Cabinet's adament refusal to consider surrender. They, after all, were running the government.

Cheers,

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Rain

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RE: 13 August: An Infamous Anniversary (in reply to BarkellWH

Hey you know what I provided you a few of my many historical sources via internet links and you continue calling historical facts, written by respected historians fiction. So either you are ignorant to facts or immune to them, Whatever the case is, I believe I'm done with you and will now leave you to hospice care for your ignorance.

I strongly recommend you read Howard Zinn's "A Peoples History" It might enlighten you.

Oh here's another link, that may serve as a cure and remove you from hospice care.
http://articles.boston.com/2011-08-07/bostonglobe/29861790_1_hiroshima-tsuyoshi-hasegawa-japan-surrender
Cheers, and be happy don't be sad

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  REPORT THIS POST AS INAPPROPRIATE |  Date Aug. 25 2011 23:02:54
 
BarkellWH

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RE: 13 August: An Infamous Anniversary (in reply to Rain

Rain, apparently your response to those with whom you disagree is to launch ad-hominem attacks against the individual with whom you disagree, rather than to engage the argument itself. You are very good at hurling gratuitous insults at people; not so good at making your case. As I look at your posts over the past two days you have written the following insulting statements and ad-hominem attacks against those of us with whom you have disagreed.

A. (To me): "Barkellwh you just reminded me of a quote from Stephen Hawking that so clearly applies to you: The greatest enemy of knowledge is not ignorance...it is the illusion of knowledge."

B. (To me): "My opinion is based on facts, not nationalism or patriotism." (Implying that mine was based on patriotism, not facts.)

C. (To me): "I believe I'm done with you and will now leave you to hospice care for your ignorance."

D. (Referring to Israelis): "the Israeli Zionist thieves."

E. (To Chester): "I'm sorry but was it not you who attacked me and behaved in a ignorant manner. Man, just read the rubbish written by you that I should have never replied to."

F. (To Chester): "Dear BamBam,don't you love Google, or how it makes you sound smart."

You seem to love calling people "ignorant," or pointing out their "ignorance." And you are not satisfied with an intellectual debate. You seem to have to hurl epithets at those with whom you disagree: "My facts, your patriotism," Israeli Zionist thieves," "Google makes you look smart," "rubbish written by you."

I hope you are proud of your accomplishments, Rain.

Cheers,

Bill

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estebanana

 

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RE: 13 August: An Infamous Anniversary (in reply to Rain

Rain do you understand the term revisionism? Do you understand that Howard Zinn was a revisonist historian not Bill?

If you are talking about the book by Hasegawa that is also revisionism. Revisionism strays from canonic view of a subject and a offers a perspective or often a parallax view of a historical situation. If you were educated at such and such school I would think you would know that and not base your argument on calling someone with a mainstream take on history a revisionist. That book by Hasagawa, the premise of which is that the Japanese government surrendered when the Soviets made gestures towards entering the Pacific is a ludicrous package of hindsight speculation.

That book is not fact, but academic speculation, which is in academe what is called a parallax view; When two visions of the same event overlap and distort, one historic trajectory cancels out part of the other. It causes dissonance with a more established and thoughtfully researched view. It's also called the Rashoman Principle in post WWII history after a Japanese film called, you guessed it, Rashoman.

Often when books like Hasegawa's first comes out it may look like a revelation and provide a Rashomanaic explanation for an event, but as more scholars retrace the original investigators sources and research, often what happens is the salient issues which hold truth under cross investigation by other historians, move into place in a larger canonized over view. The parallax view is absorbed into the canon and adjusts it rather than radically alter it on the basis of one scholars work.

There may be some subjects where a revisionist view moves swiftly into place as a canonized version, but not when the subject is as important as the reason for the Japans surrender. Parallax view is not truth until it is cross examined by peer review and this theory has not been put to the test yet. If several scholars had had parallel discovery, as if this was in the air in the research of this subject that would be different. What I find rude and lacking in historic gravitas is your particularly vitriolic pattern of presenting Rashomanaic speculation as fact and being condescending about it.

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Rain

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RE: 13 August: An Infamous Anniversary (in reply to estebanana

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Rain do you understand the term revisionism? Do you understand that Howard Zinn was a revisonist historian not Bill?


Yes, I do and unlike you who seem to discount it I don't.

I'll give you an example of revisionism that I don't believe in:

United Nations General Assembly Resolution 3379, adopted on November 10, 1975 by a vote of 72 to 35 (with 32 abstentions), "determine[d] that Zionism is a form of racism and racial discrimination". The resolution was revoked by Resolution 46/86 on December 16, 1991. In the history of the UN, this is the only resolution that has ever been revoked.

Remarkable is it not "In the history of the UN, this is the only resolution that has ever been revoked." Yet many people still equate Zionism with Racism. I guess were all wrong. After all Zionist want a state just for jews, the chosen people just like the Nazi's wanted a state for themselves, the superior race. And all's good in the world. I don't think so.

Estebanana do you understand the term Zionism?

Rashomanaic? did you make that up? because i truly never heard the term used before. Could you please send me a link that defines it in more detail. Or perhaps recommend a book?

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estebanana

 

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RE: 13 August: An Infamous Anniversary (in reply to Rain

Oi Vay.

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  REPORT THIS POST AS INAPPROPRIATE |  Date Aug. 26 2011 1:29:51
 
Rain

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RE: 13 August: An Infamous Anniversary (in reply to estebanana

It's Oi Vey by the way

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estebanana

 

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RE: 13 August: An Infamous Anniversary (in reply to Rain

Yes I invented Rashomaniac because I am smarter than you are. So there. It's like saying Solomaniac or Solomanic a term which is used in bureaucratese and academese.

Language is my bitch.

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  REPORT THIS POST AS INAPPROPRIATE |  Date Aug. 26 2011 1:52:43
 
estebanana

 

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RE: 13 August: An Infamous Anniversary (in reply to Rain

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It's Oi Vey by the way


Not where I'm from.

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  REPORT THIS POST AS INAPPROPRIATE |  Date Aug. 26 2011 1:55:44
 
Rain

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RE: 13 August: An Infamous Anniversary (in reply to estebanana

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Yes I invented Rashomaniac because I am smarter than you are. So there. It's like saying Solomaniac or Solomanic a term which is used in bureaucratese and academese.

Language is my bitch.


So smart that you changed the spelling of Oi Vey to Oi Vay, what a revisionist smart guy you are

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  REPORT THIS POST AS INAPPROPRIATE |  Date Aug. 26 2011 1:58:02
 
Rain

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RE: 13 August: An Infamous Anniversary (in reply to estebanana



This is getting tiring don't you think, and getting a little bit ugly as well as childish.
So lets agree to disagree, shake hands and move on to perhaps talking about flamenco and the guitar.

Peace, what do you say? We could sign the pact later sometime maybe in September and make it official.

Rain

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  REPORT THIS POST AS INAPPROPRIATE |  Date Aug. 26 2011 2:03:14
 
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RE: 13 August: An Infamous Anniversary (in reply to BarkellWH

Dear Bill,

Thank you.
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Rain

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RE: 13 August: An Infamous Anniversary (in reply to XXX

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I guess for whatever reason the Isreali wall was built, it simply serves the purpose of a wall, just like any other wall in history...


Here's an Israeli Soldier explaining the true reason why the wall in Israel was built it starts 37 seconds in:



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  REPORT THIS POST AS INAPPROPRIATE |  Date Aug. 26 2011 18:46:51
 
estebanana

 

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RE: 13 August: An Infamous Anniversary (in reply to Rain

Enough. YOU RUINED A GREAT CONVERSATION about the Cold War thanks to your inflamtory off topic rantings.

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  REPORT THIS POST AS INAPPROPRIATE |  Date Aug. 26 2011 19:25:19
 
Rain

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RE: 13 August: An Infamous Anniversary (in reply to estebanana

I had a lot help from you, chester, and bill.

If you find the truth inflammatory, then you have a serious problem.

It baffles me that you are more angry with me then you are with the video I posted.

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  REPORT THIS POST AS INAPPROPRIATE |  Date Aug. 26 2011 19:42:44
 
Rain

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RE: 13 August: An Infamous Anniversary (in reply to estebanana

Funny how you don't consider these comments condescending:

Barkellwh directed at Deniz:

If you honestly do not understand the difference between a wall built by authorities to prevent people from leaving a country, and one built to prevent invaders and infiltrators from entering and attacking a country, then it is no wonder that you consider any such discussion as "silly comments." People often consider as "silly" that which they do not understand.

Cheers,

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As well Bill can say falsely whatever he wants and you don't consider it INFLAMMATORY:

I think that had you been an East German at the time, whose only exit from East Germany was cut off by the wall vs. an Israeli today, who can travel the world over in spite of the wall to keep out Palestinian terrorists, the difference would become much clearer.

and again:
Israel's wall is a completely different animal than the Berlin Wall. Israel built the wall, not to keep Israelis in (which would be analogous to the Berlin Wall), but to keep Palestinian terrorists in Gaza out

You:
That wall is to keep disgusting surfers off of rich peoples beachfront property. :)

Someone like my self who enjoys surfing might take offence to being called disgusting.

Barkell once again:

It is true that thousands of law-abiding Palestinians are kept from entering Israel because their government failed to crack down on the terrorists among them, and, thus, Israel built the wall

and theres many more, but I'll leave it at that.

I have the right, since it was not i who brought Israel and Palestine into this discussion,
to voice my opinion. And you have the right to ignore it or challenge it.

So stop being a hypocrite.

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  REPORT THIS POST AS INAPPROPRIATE |  Date Aug. 26 2011 20:04:58
 
BarkellWH

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RE: 13 August: An Infamous Anniversary (in reply to Rain

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As well Bill can say falsely whatever he wants and you don't consider it INFLAMMATORY:


Up to your old tricks again, eh Rain? Anyone with whom you disagree is not someone with an honest but different opinion, who looks at the same facts and reaches a different conclusion. No, with Rain, anyone with whom he disagrees is "saying falsely whatever he wants..." Only Rain has access to ground truth. Everyone else's opinions, no matter how well-researched and understood, are "false."

In your very narrow, small-minded way, you may consider my statements "false," rather than statements and opinions with which you disagree. I suppose that is your prerogative. False though my statements and opinions may be to you, though, Rain, there is one thing I do not do. I do not hurl epithets and insults at others with whom I disagree. You will not see me calling others "ignorant" and "thieves," nor will you see me refer to their (and this applies to yours as well) writing as "rubbish."

There is an old concept in psychology called "projection," Rain. It basically states that people who recognize an inadequacy in themselves attempt to compensate for their perceived lack of ability or intellectual capacity or (fill in the blank) by projecting that inadequacy onto others.

Cheers,

Bill

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RE: 13 August: An Infamous Anniversary (in reply to Rain

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You:
That wall is to keep disgusting surfers off of rich peoples beachfront property. :)

Someone like my self who enjoys surfing might take offence to being called disgusting.


Nice try, I'm a surfer myself, you did not see the smile emoticon at the end of the sentence. That was self depricating humor or a valiant attempt at it. Also Bill, Deniz and other engaged in a disagreement and held a conversation, you on the other hand continue to personally attack people. That sucks, to put it in the surfer vernacular.

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RE: 13 August: An Infamous Anniversary (in reply to estebanana

Estebanana, You want more of your hypocrisy regarding the inflammatory remarks other then the surfer one, I'll be glad to point them out.

Barkellwh, are you kidding me! try backing up your claims with facts, rather then attacks, just as I do when I claim that your statements are false. And calling Chester's provided links, especially the Kurdish one rubbish is being to kind, Go check it out for yourself, I would be embarrassed with myself if I provided such a link and define it as atrocity.

I would love to be in a room filled with intelligent people and debate the both of you.

Zionism=Racism, even worse a nazi mentality. So when i make a strong statement such as FILTHY ISRAELI ZIONIST try to equate it with FILTHY NAZI GERMANS. Perhaps than you would dive into humanity and surf along with the good proactive people of the world, rather then so blindly as the world did during the holocaust, turn a blind eye. Be outraged as humans do. Be outraged that one group of people see themselves as superior than the other, and regard them as roaches that need to be terminated.

For two super intelligent brilliant minds who share such an understanding of psychology as well as the understanding of the rashomon effect, the both of you have very little common sense.

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  REPORT THIS POST AS INAPPROPRIATE |  Date Aug. 26 2011 21:35:55
 
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RE: 13 August: An Infamous Anniversary (in reply to Rain

Go to bed man, you're pathetic.

Boo to Rain and his white dove of hate. Look at how upset you're getting with your all-caps rantings. You would fit in well in Israel.

I noticed you called the Kurds 'terrorists'. Didn't you mean 'freedom fighters who are justifiably fighting against the horrible Turkish occupation'?

Sweet dreams.
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RE: 13 August: An Infamous Anniversary (in reply to Rain

Thanks for your latest rant, Rain. It serves to confirm what I wrote in my previous post. Moreover, I am beginning to see value in the term "unhinged," as a descriptive adjective.

Cheers,

Bill

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RE: 13 August: An Infamous Anniversary (in reply to chester

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I noticed you called the Kurds 'terrorists'. Didn't you mean 'freedom fighters who are justifiably fighting against the horrible Turkish occupation'?


There you go again with another ignorant statement. Exactly what Kurdish land is Turkey occupying my zionist friend?

The difference between you and I Chester is that I truly feel bad for the loss of your friend and the suffering of his loved ones by his death, but you could care less of the lives of the palestinian people.

On the pathetic remark you made see barkell and his definition of projection.






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  REPORT THIS POST AS INAPPROPRIATE |  Date Aug. 26 2011 21:59:47
 
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Thanks for your latest rant, Rain. It serves to confirm what I wrote in my previous post. Moreover, I am beginning to see value in the term "unhinged," as a descriptive adjective.


God it's scary how unhinged you are

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  REPORT THIS POST AS INAPPROPRIATE |  Date Aug. 26 2011 22:02:58
 
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RE: 13 August: An Infamous Anniversary (in reply to BarkellWH

Barkell and Estebanana, are you guys of the Jewish Faith. Because if you are, I want to make it perfectly clear to the both of you that I have absolutely nothing against anyone who calls themselves a Jew.NOTHING.

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RE: 13 August: An Infamous Anniversary (in reply to chester

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Users viewing this topic: Rain, chester


Chester, cat got your tongue I hope so.

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  REPORT THIS POST AS INAPPROPRIATE |  Date Aug. 26 2011 22:39:51
 
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RE: 13 August: An Infamous Anniversary (in reply to Rain

Chester, here's something you can until one of your friends shows up.



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