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    I'm really a friendly person. But coming from GA where EVERYONE proudly flys a flag on our mailboxes. I take that stuff seriously.

    >>Zakk, you keep reaching for whatever the hell it is you're reaching for, maybe you'll get it. No one else cares, though.


    I want to take over the world.
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    Originally posted by ZakkWylde969
    . But whatever if you don't think I'm good enough to be listened to then don't.
    well, you stated that Clinton launched the Gulf War. i think thats enough to judge your knowledge by...

    (btw: it was Bush #1 that started the Gulf War)

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    Clinton was president during the Gulf War.
    "When I die I want to pass peacefully in my sleep like my grandfather did, not screaming and yelling like the passengers in his car."

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    Originally posted by ZakkWylde969
    Clinton was president during the Gulf War.
    No.
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    What was was Clinton in then? I thought he was the president that bombed Iraq for a while. It wasn't too many years ago because I watched it on tv.
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    There were a few... Chances are the one you remember is Kosovo.
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    Lets see, your opinion is worthless to me because:
    1) You're factually incorrect most of the time.
    2) You're narrow-minded. Completely set in your ways when it comes to, well, everything.

    Try sitting back and listening once in awhile, you might learn something.

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    If i remember correctly, Clinton was the one who bombed an advil factory...

    I don't know about him bombing iraq, though...
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    Originally posted by Eibro
    Lets see, your opinion is worthless to me because:
    1) You're factually incorrect most of the time.
    2) You're narrow-minded. Completely set in your ways when it comes to, well, everything.

    Try sitting back and listening once in awhile, you might learn something.
    Well the fact is this. You don't listen to what I have to say. I've heard what you have to say a million times. Say something new and I'll listen. Repeat yourself and I won't.
    "When I die I want to pass peacefully in my sleep like my grandfather did, not screaming and yelling like the passengers in his car."

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    Originally posted by ZakkWylde969
    Well the fact is this. You don't listen to what I have to say. I've heard what you have to say a million times. Say something new and I'll listen. Repeat yourself and I won't.
    Fine, don't listen. Continue down your narrow path towards absolute ignorance, carrying that enormous superiority complex with you.

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    Originally posted by Eibro
    Fine, don't listen. Continue down your narrow path towards absolute ignorance, carrying that enormous superiority complex with you.
    Listen to what? You aren't understanding what I am saying are you?

    EVERYTHING. That you say. Has been said at least 20 times to me already. Now if you want me to agree with you. Find something I haven't heard and tell me that. I listen. But whether or not I pay it any mind is a different story.

    I find myself very open towards ideas. Just not old ones.
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    You guys do realize how amusing this conversation is, don't you.

    In summary:
    -You don't listen.
    -See, you don't listen.
    -Fine, don't listen.
    -I knew you wouldn't listen.
    The word rap as it applies to music is the result of a peculiar phonological rule which has stripped the word of its initial voiceless velar stop.

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    The only way to truly express your opinion about politics in this country is by voting for the candidate or idea you believe can serve you and the rest of the country in elections. Until you're 18, it won't matter at all. The sad part is, tons of people over the age of 18 complain about the government then refuse to use their votes to do something about it (I'm looking at you, ethic).
    Let's get something straight here, hipster. First, voting is done
    anonymously, so you're not really expressing anything because
    nobody will ever know what it is you think. Supid messages on an
    internet message board are a better way to express your opinion;
    that way, at least someone will know how you feel.

    Second, my one single vote won't change anything. It's pointless
    for me to vote. No matter what, my one single vote will have
    absolutely no impact. Even if all of the sudden everybody who
    didn't vote actually voted, my one vote still wouldn't make a
    difference. In a country of 300,000,000 people, there's no way
    that one single person can make a difference by putting an 'x'
    next to a name. That's ridiculous.

    Nobody should think they're actually accomplishing anything by
    voting. Did your candidate win? No. If he did win, he would have
    won whether you voted for him or not.
    Staying away from General.

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    Originally posted by Zach L.
    You guys do realize how amusing this conversation is, don't you.

    In summary:
    -You don't listen.
    -See, you don't listen.
    -Fine, don't listen.
    -I knew you wouldn't listen.
    *shrug* it was worth a try, I guess.

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    Voting isn't the only way to express an opinion, but it is one. Granted a single vote won't make much of a difference, large masses who have that attitude could make a difference, but fail to. I must say though, a single vote would be more meaningful if our electoral system was revamped.
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