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Shadow12345
07-14-2003, 04:46 PM
go to google
type weapons of mass destruction
then hit I'm feeling lucky

do it quickly before they take it down

Govtcheez
07-14-2003, 04:48 PM
They're not going to take it down, relax. It's been there for awhile.

Here's a link, if you want
http://www.google.com/search?hl=en&ie=ISO-8859-1&q=weapons+of+mass+destruction&btnI=I%27m+Feeling+Lucky

Shadow12345
07-14-2003, 04:51 PM
I was amused

Hammer
07-14-2003, 05:02 PM
Already done (http://cboard.cprogramming.com/showthread.php?s=&threadid=41419) :(

ZakkWylde969
07-14-2003, 05:27 PM
And the site is down.

Govtcheez
07-14-2003, 05:29 PM
Originally posted by ZakkWylde969
And the site is down. Look closer.

Hammer
07-14-2003, 05:39 PM
Originally posted by ZakkWylde969
And the site is down.
Oh good grief :rolleyes: Please tell me you're not serious.

ZakkWylde969
07-14-2003, 06:06 PM
Oh I see now. I wasn't too terrably interested in people dissing Bush. I'd love to see you do a better job. Run for president all of you and make his world a better place.

Govtcheez
07-14-2003, 06:10 PM
Hay can anyone google for "sense of humor for an overly touchy bastard"?

ZakkWylde969
07-14-2003, 06:16 PM
Well every other thread in here is Bush is bad. He sucks. I think he knows more about whats going on than you. Hes smarter than you. He knows more about politics than you. Searching for a bomb in a country isnt too easy. Its like searching for a specific phone booth in New York with no help. It takes time. Why don't you guys just be quiet support our country and stop complaining because hes human. He knows what hes doing so he makes mistakes. Some of you seem like the same people who voted for Clinton. Look how amazing that turned out. Someone a while ago made the comment on how I watch FOX only. Well you guys must watch CNN only.

**Oh and heres the results for the search you wanted ;) :D

http://www.lisnews.com/article.php3?sid=20020311082539

mart_man00
07-14-2003, 06:28 PM
ZakkWylde969, nice try, but dont bother with techy people.

seriously man, it just turns into bashing know matter what anyone says. a actual debate around here(or alot of tech places) is just impossible.

not with all of the people, but with most of them. plus you picked the worst place to but this.



and if you want proof, watch what kind of replies im going to get!!

ZakkWylde969
07-14-2003, 06:31 PM
Good point. I've already gotten in trouble for my discussions so I'm going to end it with that.

mart_man00
07-14-2003, 06:35 PM
Good point. I've already gotten in trouble for my discussions so I'm going to end it with that. .

lol. sorry, but i cant help but think of all the times i said that...

Clyde
07-14-2003, 06:41 PM
Hes smarter than you


Uh, how exactly did you work that out?



Why don't you guys just be quiet support our country and stop complaining because hes human


I really REALLY hate this mentality, I support US foreign policy because its my country, I support Austrian foreign policy because its my country, i support French foreign policy because its my country..... how about not? How about engaging the old brain and judging a particular policy/decision/regime on its merits irrespective of which nation is behind it? How about atleast attempting to form unbiased opinions? How about that?

No no, shut up and support my/our/your/the/*insert relevent word here* country. You people live here and you should have this opinion, and you people live there, and you should have that opinion..... excellent. Welcome to the 21st century.

ZakkWylde969
07-14-2003, 06:59 PM
>>Uh, how exactly did you work that out?

I'm going to answer this and then I'm not bothering to answer any more questions. We can look up his school records real fast why don't we?

He went to college at Yale University getting his bachelors degree. Later he went to Harvard Business School getting his masters.

In 1994 he was elected governor for Texas. He was then re-elected governor become the ONLY governor in Texas to be re-elected in consecutive times.

Then he was elected President. Since people like pointing out bad things here are a few good things he signed a law making schools standards better. Then he also signed a tax cut. Relieving YOU of some taxs. He also removed a dictator of power. This dictator happened to be a murderer and tyrant. He killed his own people. We have strong intelligence he had nuclear missle capability. He also was thought to have been making Bio-chem weapons. We have found suits and possible labs during our Iraq search so far. He didn't follow the Geneva Convention. He also invaded another country which was a leading factor in the Gulf War launched by President Clinton.

With that information I will end this discussion. Don't even bother asking me more questions because I am through with this.

Zach L.
07-14-2003, 07:12 PM
Aww come on Clyde... can't you kick your mind into neutral just once (okay... perhaps reverse)? ;)

Zakk... for one, I know plenty of PhDs who are rather dense outside of a narrow field. Other than that, no one here said Bush has never done anything good. Just have a sense of humor about it. It a good joke.

Clyde
07-14-2003, 07:12 PM
In my book being a C-student is not an indication of great intellect, neither is having good PR and family connections. - But hey, i'm weird like that.

I don't think Bush is the great satan that many people seem to think he is, but he's not exactly the sharpest tool in the box either. In fact as far i can see he's one of the blunter tools; maybe a hammer, no no, one end of that could be quite sharp, so a spanner, yea that's it, George Bush is a spanner.



Aww come on Clyde... can't you kick your mind into neutral just once (okay... perhaps reverse)?


Sorry Zach, I'll try my best.

Cheeze-It
07-14-2003, 07:14 PM
>He went to college at...

That doesn't mean he's smart, just rich.

>We have strong intelligence he had nuclear missle capability.

Have you even been keeping up with the news?

>He also was thought to have been making Bio-chem weapons.

Key word: "Thought."

>Gulf War launched by President Clinton.

Are you serious?... You don't actually think that, do you? Clinton
didn't even become president until '92.

ZakkWylde969
07-14-2003, 07:20 PM
When you go to the 2 hardest schools in the US you have to be more than rich.

Clyde
07-14-2003, 07:22 PM
Yea, you have to be rich and the son of a president.

ZakkWylde969
07-14-2003, 07:24 PM
And smart. You really are ignorant when it comes to admitting Bush isn't dumb aren't ya? ;)

Zach L.
07-14-2003, 07:27 PM
Originally posted by ZakkWylde969
When you go to the 2 hardest schools in the US you have to be more than rich.

Indeed... But being smart does not make one right. Historically, plenty of attrocities have been committed by smart people (the dumb ones usually aren't smart enough to pull it off).



He also removed a dictator of power. This dictator happened to be a murderer and tyrant. He killed his own people.

Quite true. However, there are several ruthless tyrants which we are still friends with, and have made no attempt to stop their attrocities.


Drat... mind coming out of neutral... must stop!

Cheeze-It
07-14-2003, 07:27 PM
Originally posted by ZakkWylde969
When you go to the 2 hardest schools in the US you have to be more than rich.

No you don't. Jonathan Taylor Thomas goes to Harvard.

Clyde
07-14-2003, 07:29 PM
And smart. You really are ignorant when it comes to admitting Bush isn't dumb aren't ya?


I'm sorry, perhaps you missed this:



In my book being a C-student is not an indication of great intellect, neither is having good PR and family connections. - But hey, i'm weird like that.

Govtcheez
07-14-2003, 07:32 PM
Originally posted by Clyde
I really REALLY hate this mentality, I support US foreign policy because its my country, I support Austrian foreign policy because its my country, i support French foreign policy because its my country..... how about not? How about engaging the old brain and judging a particular policy/decision/regime on its merits irrespective of which nation is behind it? How about atleast attempting to form unbiased opinions? How about that? Obligatory Zakk doesn't represent the opinion of all Americans post.

And besides, his opinions don't really matter until he can vote. That's right. They don't matter.

ZakkWylde969
07-14-2003, 07:34 PM
:eek: I have nothing..

Govtcheez
07-14-2003, 07:43 PM
Sorry, but it's the honest truth.

ZakkWylde969
07-14-2003, 07:53 PM
You know as a teen my opinion doesn't matter to most people. I personally think its sort of an insult to say I'm too young to knaw crap about anything. But whatever if you don't think I'm good enough to be listened to then don't.

Govtcheez
07-14-2003, 08:04 PM
I'm not saying you don't know anything, although you seem too stubborn to learn much of use.

What I'm saying is that, like most of the people on this board, your opinion simply doesn't matter. 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).

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

And before you get to the end of the rainbow, grow a sense of humor and quit being so defensive about someone who couldn't give a crap about you.

edit: I've got hope that someday Zakk will develop some kind of individual personality, but I'm afraid martman's doomed to be a total incomprehensible idiot for the rest of his life.

Zach L.
07-14-2003, 08:04 PM
Thats not his point. His point is, you can't really act on your opinions until you are old enough to vote.

>> You know as a teen my opinion doesn't matter to most people.

Its primarily in the way you come off to people.

ZakkWylde969
07-14-2003, 08:06 PM
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.

Perspective
07-14-2003, 08:07 PM
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)

ZakkWylde969
07-14-2003, 08:08 PM
Clinton was president during the Gulf War.

Zach L.
07-14-2003, 08:12 PM
Originally posted by ZakkWylde969
Clinton was president during the Gulf War.

No.

ZakkWylde969
07-14-2003, 08:14 PM
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.

Zach L.
07-14-2003, 08:16 PM
There were a few... Chances are the one you remember is Kosovo.

Eibro
07-14-2003, 08:55 PM
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.

JaWiB
07-14-2003, 09:01 PM
If i remember correctly, Clinton was the one who bombed an advil factory...

I don't know about him bombing iraq, though...

ZakkWylde969
07-14-2003, 09:03 PM
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. :)

Eibro
07-14-2003, 09:06 PM
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.

ZakkWylde969
07-14-2003, 09:09 PM
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.

Zach L.
07-14-2003, 09:22 PM
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.

Cheeze-It
07-14-2003, 09:22 PM
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.

Eibro
07-14-2003, 09:25 PM
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.

Zach L.
07-14-2003, 09:25 PM
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.

JaWiB
07-14-2003, 09:26 PM
Whacks everyone with a big stick

Zach L.
07-14-2003, 09:27 PM
Originally posted by JaWiB
Whacks everyone with a big stick

Best idea I've heard yet! Oh wait... I'm part of everyone, aren't I?

JaWiB
07-14-2003, 09:29 PM
Yes, but you don't matter because one person can't change a thing

mart_man00
07-14-2003, 10:28 PM
ill try it one more time

nice try, but dont bother with techy people.

seriously man, it just turns into bashing know matter what anyone says. a actual debate around here(or alot of tech places) is just impossible.



for real, it doesnt work out. they will still hate everything american and heil clinton every chance they get. along with never proving anything or answering anything, unless it suits them.

nvoigt
07-14-2003, 11:19 PM
Then he was elected President.


Let's say he is President now. How he got there is not exactly clear.



they will still hate everything american and heil clinton every chance they get.


Last time I checked, Clinton was a US citizen and ex president. So how can anybody do both at the same time ? Go get a book on logic. Third grade math or something.



Clinton was president during the Gulf War.


Yeah, he could build on Lincolns experiences from Vietnam... geez, I thought Americans only learn US history, but probably not even that :eek: