Do you mean, this kind of bicycle ? In reply to this comment by RedSky: >> ^J-Rova:>> ^RedSky:That could quite possible be one of the most immature things I have ever seen ... Yet, for some reason, you upvote it anyway As do I. Hey it made me giggle, and I'll upvote anything anyway! Let's just say, if I were a girl, I'd be the village bicycle
I was hoping to see what you might say about my comment
Thanks for the heads-up. Also, thanks for making me think about what I really wanted to say. In reply to this comment by RedSky: Ahoy there, replied to your comment
bah, no interest is too exotic!* My emperor video sifted! hehe it just might not sift straight away....but keep sifting I put The Grand Conjuration on here too I voted up on "The Monster Without A Name" I really liked that! Have A Good Weekend *well, maybe a few lol In reply to this comment by RedSky: Thanks you too man. Yeah, my sifts never have any luck, my interests are too esoteric I guess In reply to this comment by Zonbie: hey Redsky, I saw yor Opeth video not sift oh well, hope you put it in beggars canyon have a good week!
hey Redsky, I saw yor Opeth video not sift oh well, hope you put it in beggars canyon have a good week!
Thanks and done In reply to this comment by RedSky: Needs NSFW. Yeah, funny I played C&C many, many years ago and still remember that scene.
=======>HA!!<======= In reply to this comment by RedSky: This has absolutely no chance of making it to top 15. ABSOLUTELY NO CHANCE.
Do you live on the Gold Coast? In reply to this comment by RedSky: Har har, I've been to GameTraders Robina
I replied to your well-reasoned post. In reply to this comment by RedSky: Ahoy! A reply. In reply to this comment by quantumushroom: Quantumushroom, I presume you base your views regarding gun control on the inconsequential short term effects of gun control legislation on crime rates, most likely tested as a policy in various US states and typically cited by the NRA and various pro-gun lobbies supporting their industrial constituencies. Washington DC: near-total "gun control" and highest murder rate in the US. The long-term failure of 60,000+ ill-conceived American gun laws on the books that only keep guns out of the hands of law-abiding citizens is my proof that it doesn't work. "Gun-free zones" don't work. What works: burglars and carjackers thinking twice in states with concealed carry laws. You should try living in a country which has utterly insignificant gun ownership levels due to restrictions on ownership over a sustained period. Perhaps then you would not think that every law abiding citizen needs a gun for his or her protection and would be more than satisfied with the protection police, or privately hired security guards for business purposes can provide for you. America's Second Amendment is not about "needing" a gun, it's about recognizing self-defense as a fundamental human right from God (or for you atheists, "by the virtue of human birth"). It doesn't matter why anyone wants to own a gun and its none of the State's business. BTW congratulations liberals, on the Clintons' recent confession to being part of the Evil Rich. Hell, I thought they couldn't be worth more than what, 10 million? Does anyone know how much of their 100 million dollars they've personally spent helping the poor?
ahoy! I replied to your comment In reply to this comment by RedSky: I don't know about everyone else but I find this incredibly overblown. In fact, I find the US media as a whole latches onto and over exaggerate anything that could potentially viewed as a racist remark. What is so necessarily racist about suggesting that being black may have aided his campaign? I'm sure some people see the potential of him becoming president as some kind of cultural transcendence towards acceptance, as an eloquent figurative act of rejecting the vile, abhorrent history of slavery and racism. I'm sure in the same way the potential for electing Hilary would represent a similar rejection of past misogyny, a way to make a definitive statement to the world, at a time where US world sympathy is at its lowest. I'm sure under that kind of support there a multitude of policy positions they agree on with their chosen candidates as well as a plenitude of bullshit issues such as how photogenic they are and whether they come across as amicable or overbearing. Now doesn't accusing Hilary of not further denouncing the comments of someone who has already disenfranchised themselves from her campaign not asking just a tad too much? Certainly doesn't deserve this tirade as far as I see it ...
Just some japanese singer by the name of Ishikawa Rika. (Well, not anymore.) In reply to this comment by RedSky: Hey just wondering who that is in your avatar?
Cool. I never got into their music, myself. My friend's band is Thursday. They've been around for a while. In reply to this comment by RedSky: In reply to this comment by blankfist: You a fan of Thrice? They opened for my friend's band once, but since then they've gotten too big to do that again, obviously. In reply to this comment by RedSky: Honestly, anyone who can't make the connection between expansive monetary policy and inflation need not position their head anywhere near the business end of a TV camera. I disagree with Ron Paul on a bunch of issues but there's no denying he does an impeccable job of humorously making the other Republican candidates look like complete buffoons in TV debates. Yeah, big fan of them I love how they reinvent the wheel every time they release an album. Nifty, which band was that? I remember someone else I know was going to play violin in one of their live performances but it got cancelled
You a fan of Thrice? They opened for my friend's band once, but since then they've gotten too big to do that again, obviously. In reply to this comment by RedSky: Honestly, anyone who can't make the connection between expansive monetary policy and inflation need not position their head anywhere near the business end of a TV camera. I disagree with Ron Paul on a bunch of issues but there's no denying he does an impeccable job of humorously making the other Republican candidates look like complete buffoons in TV debates.
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