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post #21 of 161 (permalink) Old 12-20-2006, 11:57 AM
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The short is not to the point it just proves your fears to engage anyone. You are so full of shit guage. On the other hand if you can't write a paragraph then say so maybe we will feel sorry for you and encourage you to take a remedial English course of some sort. Right now I think you are a hate monger troll. So long guage you have been added to my ignore list
Thats is just fine with me Bro.
Look at all the lemmings jumping in now with the kiddie name calling.
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That was one of the give away
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I knew that, I was just remind him
What's that you say? Just have to love it when they try to show how much smarter they are.

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Lemming.
Lemmings are small rodents, usually found in or near the Arctic. Together with the voles and muskrats, they make up the subfamily Arvicolinae (also known as Microtinae), which forms part of the largest mammal radiation by far, the superfamily Muroidea, which also includes the rats, mice, hamsters, and gerbils.
Lemmings mostly weigh 30 to 112 grams (1–4 oz) and are about 7 to 15 centimetres (2.75 – 6 in) long. They usually have long, soft fur and very short tails. They are herbivorous, feeding mostly on leaves and shoots, grasses, and sedges in particular, but also roots and bulbs in some cases. Like many rodents, their incisors grow continuously, allowing them to exist on much tougher forage than would otherwise be possible.
Lemmings do not hibernate through the harsh northern winter. They remain active, finding food by burrowing through the snow and utilising grasses clipped and stored in advance. They are solitary animals by nature, meeting only to mate and then going their separate ways, but like all rodents they have a high reproductive rate and can breed rapidly in good seasons.
There is little to distinguish a lemming from a vole. Most lemmings are members of the tribe Lemmini (one of the three tribes that make up the subfamily).
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^^^^^^

And your point is?
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And your point is?

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Guage go serve your country and stop being an armchair tough guy. That is far too easy and mean.
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This should piss off a ton of posters here.
Something terrific that Xerox is doing..

If you go to the website www.letssaythanks.com you can choose a thank you card. Xerox will print it and send it to a soldier currently serving in Iraq. You can't choose who receives it, but it will go to a member of the armed services in Iraq.
Hey! Thanks for that!! I sent mine and am very happy to have that chance to do so!

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And why would that piss people off?
Because most of the "people" here hate our military, our country, and the war on terror in general! Where the hell have you been?

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I will be happy to do this. Why can't you understand not supporting the Iraqi occupation is not the same as supporting our troops in general? Can guage actually for once answer this simple question?
Our troops ARE the Iraqi "occupation" you idiot!

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