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Name: Aerows
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Home country: USA
Member since: Sun Feb 20, 2011, 12:17 AM
Number of posts: 39,961

About Me

Love to cook, Code, Build Computers, Tae Kwon Do, write, observe local fauna (sometimes at peril) and argue about interesting topics. Typical Sagittarius.

Journal Archives

"We want something different!" ... Hillary.

"That's why we are going to vote for the same DNC candidates we've been voting for since 1992!"

You guys want Clinton as the nominee? You will probably get her. Do you think what you will get is going to be anything different than what you have already gotten?

The trouble is that the decision to do the same damn thing over and over again affects all of us. She doesn't even pay lip service to the idea of holding her feet to the fire. She mocked Sanders voters in a recent interview, effectively saying that she will not do anything to court the voters that support him.
You honestly believe she is the harbinger of change and will fight the tough battles against Republicans?

If you do, I don't want the hear it come November 2016.

I sure as HELL don't want to hear it a year into her presidency in the event that she is elected.

I hope Bernie hangs in there until the last possible second, because there are so many things up in the air right now, anything could happen.

I don't want to hear one person yell Nader or blame the Left. Hillary makes Al Gore look like an attractive and exciting candidate.

I voted for Gore in Florida - George Bush was not my fault. The very clear evidence of fraud stank to high heaven there. The very clear evidence of election fraud during this primary makes things look even worse for the GE.

Say it with a straight face - George Bush won fairly and squarely. There was no evidence of election fraud. You know what happens when you ignore the past and excuse, even gloat, about it because in the present time you believe it aids your candidate? We aren't anywhere near the GE yet.

Keep doing the same thing and keep on expecting a different result.

Person of Interest

should be a film.

J. J. Abrams

Have Root tasing, Shaw shooting, Bear needing Dutch commands, John wearing a nice suit and the Machine being awesome along with Finch saving the world.

But please give us Amy Acker Root.

All of you "duty shirkers"

need to fall in line, because apparently, that is the phrase of the day.

Don't "shirk your duty", vote for Hillary.

If you don't feel inspired by such an "uplifting" sentiment, well, it didn't work for me, either.


Never wanted to give you any sorrow
Never meant to cause you any pain.

Dying is the worst way that our friendship has to end.

Weekend lover is my style. But I agree when I see you laughing, it is such a shame to see you gone.

You will never be forgotten, and the songs you gave us.

I really like Person of Interest, and I think it has relevant political moments.

That said, I adore these two.

Idle thought. Chaos, Order and Politics.

Every tyrant in history has promised to make order out of chaos. And rather than letting the natural course of life take charge, they try to control everything and by doing so they create a ripple that grows and grows until a tidal wave of chaos sweeps across the landscape.


Prince - first recording of Purple Rain


It is amazing.

No, Bernie isn't and hasn't dropped out.

If you thought that was some good spin to keep people from voting for Sanders instead of Clinton, the term "loose screw" comes to mind. She and her surrogates need to cut it out.

Ardent Hillary supporters are trying to pretend that she has already won, and personally, I'll have to see it to believe it.

Don't give in to shitty tactics.

Trouble with Aphids, the red ones

They are again chomping up my eggplant and tomatoes.


Holy Shit, Prince is dead

I just saw him on SNL a few nights ago.

That man is a musical legend.
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