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  1. Innula Zenovka wrote: DejaHo wrote: Islam wanted to build a mosque on the site of the WTC 9/11 attacks. Do you seriously believe a Caliphate can't be guilt ridden into the Liberals and pacifists . . . I do! In any case, five minutes Googling and reading would tell you that the site of the proposed "mosque" is not particularly near the site of the WTC 9/11 attacks, and that "mosque" isn't really a particulalry appropriate term anyway: And ten minutes googling will tell you an entirely different story. Listening to people who live within blocks will aslo tell you a story. And I will tell you stories.
  2. Innula Zenovka wrote: Do you seriously think there's much danger of an Islamic Caliphate being established in the USA? Seems to me about as realistic a possibility as North Korea launching a successful invasion and taking over there. Islam wanted to build a mosque on the site of the WTC 9/11 attacks. Do you seriously believe a Caliphate can't be guilt ridden into the Liberals and pacifists . . . I do!
  3. Innula Zenovka wrote: Luna Bliss wrote: Well Innula what do you think. Though I'm very thankful I don't live in either the USA or the Baltic states. Your loss. I am grateful, thankful, and most of all enjoying the ride. While alive I will live; regardless of the religious/political zealot who wants to disturb my pursuit of life, liberty and happiness. My life matters!
  4. Innula Zenovka wrote: Alwin Alcott wrote: What I do question, though, is how the runner-up in a poll in which only 58% of the eligable electorate voted can accurately be described as the candidate who "the country wanted" as opposed to being "the candidate who won the election". He won only about 48% of the total votes cast, and only 27% of the total eligable electorate voted for him. That cannot, to my mind, sensibly be described as a convincing popular endorsement, though he certainly won the election. It was the same thing we said when President Clinton won, and his numbers were way lower - like ~42% It is the same term applied with any winner. The country certainly did not NOT want him either.
  5. Klytyna wrote: LinuxGod4u wrote: You mean by repeatedly bragging that you use Whinux, before telling people to use Dr Frankenviewer's crudley reanimated rotting 13 year old corpse of viewer 1, and informing them that their pc is too poor to run SL because it doesnt match your over inflated 'min spec' based on your extensive experience as a failed amateur hobbyist tech-support wannabe, with the result that because their RL doesn't allow them to buy your overspec box from one of your sponsors (who apparently send you free stuff) that it's time to just leave? Outstanding!
  6. Pamela Galli wrote: And I understand why. I do, it is defensible. But I could never do it. I don't understand. I really, really don't. My friends are who they are, and I am who I am. We have many different opinions about almost everything - I choose not to throw them away just because they voted Hillary. And they have not cast me out either. My relationships are much stronger than the outcome of politicians politicking to win a job. I think it is the OP that gets it wrong and may be slightly exaggerating in an attempt to gain a sense of ....
  7. Aislin Ceawlin wrote: Innula, without even reading the following posts, I can guarantee BilliJo will never allow herself to be educated on the matter. I guess it is you as well who will never allow yourself to be educated on this matter. As with everything else in this forum you are the omnipotent word; the best educated; the most perfect person. <smiles>
  8. BilliJo Aldrin wrote: Thank you President Trump for putting America first. I agree. And I disagree with the stance of some in corporate America with regard to this issue. As we (America) try to figure out our immigration problems and what to do about it I am sure many mistakes will be made. It is in a difficult position we find ourselves. However, immigration needs to be addressed. I am sad but glad that President Trump is the 1st sitting President since the 9/11 attacks to address terrorism and immigration at the level he is doing so. What shape immigration takes in the future U.S. will be dependent upon everyone's input not just the people who shout the loudest. Did I mention mistakes will be made?! But we must figure out how to do this right.
  9. Luxen wrote: Big debate I am so looking forward to the responses. Entertainment anyone?!
  10. Re: musical chairs. Are all your analogies furniture related?
  11. Bitsy Buccaneer wrote: Another vote for the one guy with three accounts hypothesis. He may have observed you with the other two, or talked with someone who did, and was paying enough attention to remember, More like one female with three male accounts hypothesis. The parts snipped above is more how a female plays in SL, don't you think?
  12. But I'll bet a nickel you won't make it; you'll crack. It's just not in your DNA.
  13. You are going to earn a helper badge in just a few days. And then what will you do? We can be the only two red badges who are banned -- if you can make it that far. . .
  14. AssaholicDirector wrote: I would suggest going to places where there are lots of people around. Try going to clubs like Rez and Amborsia. Or joining a roleplaying sim like Crack Den. There's also places like the Safe Hub. Just talk in local and join in the conversations with others. Also having a big profile makes people want to talk to you more and get to know you better, at least in my experience. Good luck out there!
  15. The recommended setting is 41. And for everything else: 42.
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