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Maradona

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Re: A question for the Bush supporters and pro Iraq war
« Reply #25 on: July 03, 2004, 05:51:11 PM »
actually i just didnt bother to read his long ass reply

I believe your comment was:

"lol this guy is funny. 
not only do you sound retarted while debating me you also make some funny comments."

Now how the fuck would you know he's funny, and how do you come to the conclusion that he sounds retarded when he debates you, WHEN YOU DIDN'T EVEN READ HIS REPLY. Once again you prove yourself to be the idiot we have always assumed you were.

Picking up the ball from inside his own half, the pint-sized Argentine skipped past challenge after challenge. Always appearing to be on the point of tumbling, he was miraculously able to retain his balance before rounding Peter Shilton and slotting the ball home for a goal manufactured in heaven.
 

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Re: A question for the Bush supporters and pro Iraq war
« Reply #26 on: July 03, 2004, 08:44:22 PM »
don't worry about rampant.  that guy is dumber than the stop sign post outside my house.
 

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Re: A question for the Bush supporters and pro Iraq war
« Reply #27 on: July 03, 2004, 10:10:49 PM »
um....correct my if im wrong smerlus.

but do naval ships (destroyers, aircraft carries, and battleships...i dont know their proper names) even come close to land? i always assumed they stayed pretty far from land.

depends which port they pull into....japan can dock carriers, but places like thailand can't even dock the smaller ships.....ever since the Cole bombing, each foreign port supplies a huge iron net around the ships to prevent scuba bombers
 

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Re: A question for the Bush supporters and pro Iraq war
« Reply #28 on: July 03, 2004, 10:14:11 PM »
ships can be attacked from land aswell as water u know, i think the best thing to say is u had very little risk of being killed.
afghanistan has no navy and we were in a HEAVILY GUARDED port at RANDOM TIMES and for A FEW HOURS each time.... hard to coordinate an attack when you can't get in, don't know what time to do it and don't have enough time to do it

once again...knowing the situation i was in, i can easily say that i had a better chance getting electrecuted by my game boy advance than any person bording, bombing or crashing a plane into the ship