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Ban Hammer last won the day on May 29 2011

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  1. Ban Hammer

    Waver of medical mental issues veteran

    one post edited for introducing drama from another thread, 2 posts edited to remove same from quoted post. do not import drama from another thread under penalty of death or worse.
  2. duplicate topis merged. do not create more than 1 topic on the same question.
  3. well his idea of saying hi is throwing poo at you..........
  4. shoulda stuck him in a trash compactor filled with razor blades and rubbing alcohol.
  5. i wonder if straw polls will be outlawed now............
  6. In an awkward onstage appearance this week, Gov. Bruce Rauner drank a glass of chocolate milk to demonstrate his belief in diversity. “It’s really, really good,” Rauner said after taking a sip of the sugary drink. “Diversity!” The clunky corporate metaphor was the brainchild of Hyatt Hotels diversity and inclusion executive Tyronne Stoudemire, who appeared alongside Rauner on Wednesday at the downtown Chicago Thompson Center to discuss workplace diversity at a Black History Month event. Enlisting Rauner as his lanky magician’s assistant, Stoudemire, who is black, poured a glass of milk to represent the white men who lead most organizations (including, um, the state of Illinois). “This chocolate syrup represents diversity,” Stoudemire said, before squirting a healthy dash of brown syrup that immediately sank to the bottom of the glass. “When you look at most organizations, diversity sits at the bottom of the organization,” Stoudemire continued. “You don’t get inclusion until you actually stir it up.” Rauner then stirred the syrup into the milk, turning it brown, and he took a sip and pronounced it good. “Diversity is the mix, and inclusion is making the mix work,” Stoudemire said, concluding his analogy. more hilarity at http://www.chicagotribune.com/news/chicagoinc/ct-met-rauner-chocolate-milk-0223-chicago-inc-20180222-story.html
  7. being a member of the nazi party was pretty much a requirement for anyone in germany back then. not being a member of the nazi party put one's life at risk, along with their possessions and job. being a member of the nazi party for some was just bowing in the right direction so they could continue their lives without the gestapo looking too closely into their lives. if he was not a member of the nazi party, he would not have been in the position he was in to save many jews. (this is from my personal discussions in the late '90's with a woman who lived during ww2). you will find the same thing in the former ussr - many were members of the communist party, but that does not mean they were really communists. not being a member of the communist party might earn a fun filled job at a gulag.
  8. note that kicking the cat will result in draconian admin action against one's account.
  9. i wasn't aware that racism is rated on a sliding scale based on how many followers one has.........