WELFARE SCHILL files for bankruptcy and has the feds on his case! he owes between 100-500m! should he leave ESPN?

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    Re: SCHILLING wants TAXPAYERS beanballed to bankroll more of his sinking firm, should OBAMA give him a bailout?

    http://boston.cbslocal.com/2012/05/17/gresh-zo-buddy-cianci-on-the-curt-schilling-mess/

    this best summarizes this whole mess! here's the ex-governor of maryland really breaking it down. he smelled a rat very quickly and backed off. btw, the DEMOCRATIC governor of taxachusetts also turned down schill. those who knew him best said no. yet the REPUBLICAN governor of RI got snookered. like how Buddy talks about the charity party schill threw that really got this whole thing going. the economic development chief is now "swimming with the fishes" according to buddy in a very colorful interview. even the ex-governor cianci turned schill down when lobbied as a soon-to-be governor. just amazing. buddy talks about how this deal has cost far more than the numbers already presented. wall street turned down schill as well. he owed the initial investors tons of dough. thats where a lot of the 75m went. good thing 20m is supposedly still in escrow as it was intended or else schill would have burned through that as well. what a leach!!!!

     
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    Re: SCHILLING'S firm is in trouble?

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    [QUOTE]In Response to Re: SCHILLING'S firm is in trouble? : Yawn.....
    Posted by Thesemenarecowards[/QUOTE]

    Would you please respond with a more detailed answer. Yawn is not an intelligent response.

    I believe obama's own words are going to lead to his downfall.
     
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    In Response to Re: SCHILLING wants TAXPAYERS beanballed to bankroll more of his sinking firm, should OBAMA give him a bailout?:
    [QUOTE]In Response to Re: SCHILLING wants TAXPAYERS beanballed to bankroll more of his sinking firm, should OBAMA give him a bailout? : Bush inherited a budget surplus.  His spending was in unnecessary wars and tax breaks for the wealthy.  Obama's spending is an attempt to re-start the economy that Bush pushed off the cliff.  The time for austerity in Government is when the private sector is spending freely.   There's no law requiring Congress to pass a budget.
    Posted by slomag[/QUOTE]

    There is a law that requires congress to pass a budget.  You may want to do some research before you post.

    Titles I through IX of the law are also known as the Congressional Budget Act of 1974. Title II created the Congressional Budget Office. Title III governs the procedures by which Congress annually adopts a budget resolution, a concurrent resolution setting forth fiscal policy that is not signed by the President. The budget resolution, in turn, sets limits on revenues and spending that govern Congress through procedural objections called points of order. The budget resolution also can generate a budget reconciliation bill, which the Congress considers under expedited procedures unusual for the Senate
     
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    Re: SCHILLING'S firm is in trouble?

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    [QUOTE]In Response to Re: SCHILLING'S firm is in trouble? : Would you please respond with a more detailed answer. Yawn is not an intelligent response. I believe obama's own words are going to lead his downfall.
    Posted by 67redsox[/QUOTE]

    "Yawn" is as intelligent a repsonse as is deserved for a "but one time he said this" argument.  Anyone with a 3rd grade education can go back and forth on "but he said" "yeah but he said" pointless BS, it is the exact tactic that has rendered congress useless.

    Any Republican who was in Washington during the Bush years, who now pretends to give a _____ about the deficit is a joke. 

     
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    [QUOTE]In Response to Re: SCHILLING'S firm is in trouble? : "Yawn" is as intelligent a repsonse as is deserved for a "but one time he said this" argument.  Anyone with a 3rd grade education can go back and forth on "but he said" "yeah but he said" pointless BS, it is the exact tactic that has rendered congress useless. Any Republican who was in Washington during the Bush years, who now pretends to give a _____ about the deficit is a joke. 
    Posted by Thesemenarecowards[/QUOTE]

    How many Republicans in the house voted for Obama's 850 billion dollar stimulus?
     
    The answer is zero, 11 democrats voted against it too.

    And only 2 Republicans in the Senate voted for the stimulus.

    So you see Mr. Obama got what he wanted without Republican support.

    The 850 Billion we owe to China is all his debt.
     
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    Re: SCHILLING'S firm is in trouble?

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    [QUOTE]In Response to Re: SCHILLING'S firm is in trouble? : "Yawn" is as intelligent a repsonse as is deserved for a "but one time he said this" argument.  Anyone with a 3rd grade education can go back and forth on "but he said" "yeah but he said" pointless BS, it is the exact tactic that has rendered congress useless. Any Republican who was in Washington during the Bush years, who now pretends to give a _____ about the deficit is a joke. 
    Posted by Thesemenarecowards[/QUOTE]

    You guys continue to ignore my points!

    You clearly have no defense!  NONE!  or you'd man up & address the issues!
     
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    Re: SCHILLING wants TAXPAYERS beanballed to bankroll more of his sinking firm, should OBAMA give him a bailout?

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    [QUOTE]In Response to Re: SCHILLING wants TAXPAYERS beanballed to bankroll more of his sinking firm, should OBAMA give him a bailout? : Bush inherited a budget surplus.  His spending was in unnecessary wars and tax breaks for the wealthy.  Obama's spending is an attempt to re-start the economy that Bush pushed off the cliff.  The time for austerity in Government is when the private sector is spending freely.   There's no law requiring Congress to pass a budget.
    Posted by slomag[/QUOTE]

    Bush did spend too much money but you can't blame him for the housing debacle.  The economy went down hill when the housing market crashed.  You can blame freddy mac and fanny mae not to mention barny frank for that mess.

    Obama has not restarted the economy, real unemployment is about 14-18%, gas prices are through the roof, small businesses are suffering, obama care is pushing up the price of insurance and will change this country in ways that will shake even you.

    If you ask most americans they are not better off than they were 4 years ago.
    This article is from msnbc, the most liberal news source you can find.

    http://economywatch.msnbc.msn.com/_news/2012/04/24/11357191-fed-struggles-to-spur-slowest-recovery-in-memory?lite


    We have more people on food stamps than in any other time in our country. Obama's socialist policies are creating a welfare nation.

    http://www.americanthinker.com/2011/09/the_great_obama_welfare_state.html

    Do some reading, for all he's spent he's made the country worse.  Read "Dreams from my Father" and "The Roots of Obama's Rage".  If you learn who this man is you will better understand his policies and why they aren't improving our nation, but they are working for him and his socialist agenda.

    Yes, he inherited a mess from bush but it's time to end the blame game, the buck stops with Obama.  Obama has made matters worse, not better.
     
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    Re: SCHILLING'S firm is in trouble?

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    [QUOTE]In Response to Re: SCHILLING'S firm is in trouble? : "Yawn" is as intelligent a repsonse as is deserved for a "but one time he said this" argument.  Anyone with a 3rd grade education can go back and forth on "but he said" "yeah but he said" pointless BS, it is the exact tactic that has rendered congress useless. Any Republican who was in Washington during the Bush years, who now pretends to give a _____ about the deficit is a joke. 
    Posted by Thesemenarecowards[/QUOTE]

    Obama did call bush unpatriotic for the high deficit so that does make obama more unpatriotic.  I'm sorry if obama's words are coming back to haunt him but words have value and weight in social discourse. 

    You lower yourself by using 'yawn' and terms like '3rd grade education'.  I expect a more compelling argument from you. You will need one to support obama because more and more of his words are going to be used against him in this campaign.

    Unfortunately for obama he has given the republicans a lot to work with.
     
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    [QUOTE]In Response to Re: SCHILLING wants TAXPAYERS beanballed to bankroll more of his sinking firm, should OBAMA give him a bailout? : There is a law that requires congress to pass a budget.  You may want to do some research before you post. Titles I through IX of the law are also known as the Congressional Budget Act of 1974 . Title II created the Congressional Budget Office . Title III governs the procedures by which Congress annually adopts a budget resolution, a concurrent resolution setting forth fiscal policy that is not signed by the President . The budget resolution, in turn, sets limits on revenues and spending that govern Congress through procedural objections called points of order. The budget resolution also can generate a budget reconciliation bill , which the Congress considers under expedited procedures unusual for the Senate
    Posted by 67redsox[/QUOTE]

    Here's the full text of the law - http://uscode.house.gov/download/pls/02C17A.txt

    Show me where it says that Congress must pass a budget.  What is the deadline?  What is the penalty?


     
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    Re: SCHILLING wants TAXPAYERS beanballed to bankroll more of his sinking firm, should OBAMA give him a bailout?

    Why are politics on a baseball board?
     
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    Re: SCHILLING'S firm is in trouble?

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    [QUOTE]In Response to Re: SCHILLING'S firm is in trouble? :   Obama said bush was unpatriotic for adding so much to the deficit.  Obama has added more to the deficit than any other president.  So it follows then that obama is the most unpatriotic president that this country has seen.
    Posted by 67redsox[/QUOTE]

    What do you think Bush and Obama would have done if the situations were reversed?  If Obama had inherited a budget surplus and a thriving economy, do you think he would have spent trillions in stimulus?  If Bush had inherited an economic disaster, would he have still cut taxes and invaded Iraq?

     
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    [QUOTE]In Response to Re: SCHILLING'S firm is in trouble? : What do you think Bush and Obama would have done if the situations were reversed?  If Obama had inherited a budget surplus and a thriving economy, do you think he would have spent trillions in stimulus?  If Bush had inherited an economic disaster, would he have still cut taxes and invaded Iraq?
    Posted by slomag[/QUOTE]

    The only people who are buying the it's Bush's fault argument are the ardent Obama supporters and why he is in trouble.
     
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    In Response to Re: SCHILLING wants TAXPAYERS beanballed to bankroll more of his sinking firm, should OBAMA give him a bailout?:
    [QUOTE]In Response to Re: SCHILLING wants TAXPAYERS beanballed to bankroll more of his sinking firm, should OBAMA give him a bailout? : Bush did spend too much money but you can't blame him for the housing debacle.  The economy went down hill when the housing market crashed.  You can blame freddy mac and fanny mae not to mention barny frank for that mess. Obama has not restarted the economy, real unemployment is about 14-18%, gas prices are through the roof, small businesses are suffering, obama care is pushing up the price of insurance and will change this country in ways that will shake even you. If you ask most americans they are not better off than they were 4 years ago. This article is from msnbc, the most liberal news source you can find. http://economywatch.msnbc.msn.com/_news/2012/04/24/11357191-fed-struggles-to-spur-slowest-recovery-in-memory?lite We have more people on food stamps than in any other time in our country. Obama's socialist policies are creating a welfare nation. http://www.americanthinker.com/2011/09/the_great_obama_welfare_state.html Do some reading, for all he's spent he's made the country worse.  Read "Dreams from my Father" and "The Roots of Obama's Rage".  If you learn who this man is you will better understand his policies and why they aren't improving our nation, but they are working for him and his socialist agenda. Yes, he inherited a mess from bush but it's time to end the blame game, the buck stops with Obama.  Obama has made matters worse, not better.
    Posted by 67redsox[/QUOTE]

    Your post is at odds with itself.  Barney Frank was responsible for the worst economic collapse since the great depression, but that doesn't matter because it is not the economic collapse, but Obama's socialist policies that have led to an increase in food stamps and wellfare.

    Most Americans were better off 4 years ago - just not 3.5.



     
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    [QUOTE]In Response to Re: SCHILLING'S firm is in trouble? : The only people who are buying the it's Bush's fault argument are the ardent Obama supporters and why he is in trouble.
    Posted by ThatWasMe[/QUOTE]

    Convince me - what does a 2012 under McCain Palin look like?  Does GM exist? Citigroup?  Bank of America?  What's the unemployment rate?  Are we at war with Iran?  Libya?  Is Bin Laden dead?  If you think Obama has failed horribly, what do you honestly think the alternative was?

     
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    [QUOTE]In Response to Re: SCHILLING'S firm is in trouble? : The only people who are buying the it's Bush's fault argument are the ardent Obama supporters and why he is in trouble.
    Posted by ThatWasMe[/QUOTE]

    Right, well and the Congressional Budget office, who has stated that the Bush era tax cuts and 2 unpaid wars are the number 1 causes of the deficit.

    Obama took over the worst economy America had seen in 80 years, if that is not Bush's fault, then who's fault is it?  Whether or not Obama has done enough of the right things to bring America back from the disaster that was W. Bush is up for the voter's to decide but Bush ran the economy into the ground, there is no debating that.
     
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    [QUOTE]In Response to Re: SCHILLING'S firm is in trouble? : Right, well and the Congressional Budget office, who has stated that the Bush era tax cuts and 2 unpaid wars are the number 1 causes of the deficit. Obama took over the worst economy America had seen in 80 years, if that is not Bush's fault, then who's fault is it?  Whether or not Obama has done enough of the right things to bring America back from the disaster that was W. Bush is up for the voter's to decide but Bush ran the economy into the ground, there is no debating that.
    Posted by Thesemenarecowards[/QUOTE]


    Congressional Budget office, who has stated that the Bush era tax cuts and 2 unpaid wars are the number 1 causes of the deficit


    Link please. Thanks
     
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    [QUOTE]In Response to Re: SCHILLING'S firm is in trouble? : Right, well and the Congressional Budget office, who has stated that the Bush era tax cuts and 2 unpaid wars are the number 1 causes of the deficit. Obama took over the worst economy America had seen in 80 years, if that is not Bush's fault, then who's fault is it?  Whether or not Obama has done enough of the right things to bring America back from the disaster that was W. Bush is up for the voter's to decide but Bush ran the economy into the ground, there is no debating that.
    Posted by Thesemenarecowards[/QUOTE]



    CBO: Obama budget worse than projected on 10-year deficit

    By Erik Wasson - 03/18/11 02:03 PM ET

    The Congressional Budget Office on Friday released its analysis of President Obama’s 2012 budget proposal and found it does less to rein in deficits and the debt than the administration had estimated.

    CBO estimates Obama's plan would produce 10 years of deficits totaling $9.5 trillion. By 2021, it would increase the debt held by the public to 87 percent of gross domestic product.

    http://thehill.com/blogs/on-the-money/budget/150737-cbo-obama-budget-worse-than-claimed-on-deficit

     
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    Re: SCHILLING wants TAXPAYERS beanballed to bankroll more of his sinking firm, should OBAMA give him a bailout?

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    [QUOTE]In response to "Re: SCHILLING wants TAXPAYERS beanballed to bankroll more of his sinking firm, should OBAMA give him a bailout?": He is a brilliant MD who is quadraplegic. You are the stooge.
    Posted by bald-predictions[/QUOTE]
      Ooh, an internet insult from a dimwit.
     
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    In Response to Re: SCHILLING wants TAXPAYERS beanballed to bankroll more of his sinking firm, should OBAMA give him a bailout?:
    [QUOTE]In Response to Re: SCHILLING wants TAXPAYERS beanballed to bankroll more of his sinking firm, should OBAMA give him a bailout? : http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Charles_Krauthammer Here is some 'light reading' for you. If you think this man's a stooge I would like to know your credentials.
    Posted by 67redsox[/QUOTE]
      You and your laughable posts don't merit my personal information.
     
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    Re: SCHILLING wants TAXPAYERS beanballed to bankroll more of his sinking firm, should OBAMA give him a bailout?

    I will reduce the deficit by half---It has doubled and going higher.
    The housing market issue was started in Clinton's tenure. When the loan requirements were relaxed by the Democratic Congress.
    It was further made a huge bubble due to the lack of oversight by Barney and the Democratic Congress.

    Spending of the stimulus has only kept a few companies alive and the auto unions more secure with their ppensions etc...

    Yes the wars were probably ill advised. Yes there were no WMDs but evry one in the world thought he had them. And all of his messages said he did have them. It was after the fact that we found out it was untrue.

    Social Security would be financially sound if every past congress had not "borrowed" money from it and never paid it back.
    They want to take more out of SS. The issue is that is the person's money.
    It came out of their pay so that they would have some security when they needed it most.
    It is not the Gov't money like the Fed Tax. It is our money

    Same for USPS every year USPS give 500 million back to Congress....Why?

    The best performing auto maker is the one that did not get a bail out.
    As for the bailout. Bankruptcy DOES NOT close a business. It allows a business to restructure. In most cases the company comes out stronger.

    Both sides screw up. Both sides try to do what saves their job.

    What every person should do is look at it objectively and vote for the guy who they believe is the right guy.
    Don't vote for a guy who is pro or con on one idea look at the whole package.

    FYI I'm 62 and nothing has been done about SS, Medicare, Medicade, Abortion, gas/oil prices, and some others since I started voting back in 1971. They are Red Herrings the things that get every one all twisted up in their panties. Congress and the President NEVER do anything about them. So don't expect either side to.

    Ask yourself which guy will atually fix the economy. Once that is fixed all the other issues are forgotten.

    Look Obama is very intelligent but IMHO has too many idiots working for him. He knocks Wall St all the time but has several on his staff. He said lobbists would be cut out of the WH. That has not happened.
    His campaign has done nothing but in my opinion deflect to the wrong subjects.
    He goes after Bain but Bain has saved far more companies than they closed. They are allso a venture capital group ---who the he!! do you thing all start up companies get their money from...Venture Capitalists.
    Romney has issues absolutely ...

    So when you go to vote don't vote Dem or Rep because that is what you have always done.

    Vote for the guy who in your opinion has the best chance to fix it.


    BTW one person stated if Obama had become president with a surplus and a growing economy do you think he would have spent all that money.
    This is a dumb statement...
    If all was as good as you stated McCain and Palin would have walked into office.



     
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    Re: SCHILLING wants TAXPAYERS beanballed to bankroll more of his sinking firm, should OBAMA give him a bailout?

    Social Security is a big welfare program. Payments are not based upon what someone paid in, plus market rates of interest.
     
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    [QUOTE]I will reduce the deficit by half---It has doubled and going higher. The housing market issue was started in Clinton's tenure. When the loan requirements were relaxed by the Democratic Congress. It was further made a huge bubble due to the lack of oversight by Barney and the Democratic Congress. Spending of the stimulus has only kept a few companies alive and the auto unions more secure with their ppensions etc... Yes the wars were probably ill advised. Yes there were no WMDs but evry one in the world thought he had them. And all of his messages said he did have them. It was after the fact that we found out it was untrue. Social Security would be financially sound if every past congress had not "borrowed" money from it and never paid it back. They want to take more out of SS. The issue is that is the person's money. It came out of their pay so that they would have some security when they needed it most. It is not the Gov't money like the Fed Tax. It is our money Same for USPS every year USPS give 500 million back to Congress....Why? The best performing auto maker is the one that did not get a bail out. As for the bailout. Bankruptcy DOES NOT close a business. It allows a business to restructure. In most cases the company comes out stronger. Both sides screw up. Both sides try to do what saves their job. What every person should do is look at it objectively and vote for the guy who they believe is the right guy. Don't vote for a guy who is pro or con on one idea look at the whole package. FYI I'm 62 and nothing has been done about SS, Medicare, Medicade, Abortion, gas/oil prices, and some others since I started voting back in 1971. They are Red Herrings the things that get every one all twisted up in their panties. Congress and the President NEVER do anything about them. So don't expect either side to. Ask yourself which guy will atually fix the economy. Once that is fixed all the other issues are forgotten. Look Obama is very intelligent but IMHO has too many idiots working for him. He knocks Wall St all the time but has several on his staff. He said lobbists would be cut out of the WH. That has not happened. His campaign has done nothing but in my opinion deflect to the wrong subjects. He goes after Bain but Bain has saved far more companies than they closed. They are allso a venture capital group ---who the he!! do you thing all start up companies get their money from...Venture Capitalists. Romney has issues absolutely ... So when you go to vote don't vote Dem or Rep because that is what you have always done. Vote for the guy who in your opinion has the best chance to fix it. BTW one person stated if Obama had become president with a surplus and a growing economy do you think he would have spent all that money. This is a dumb statement... If all was as good as you stated McCain and Palin would have walked into office.
    Posted by JimfromFlorida[/QUOTE]

    We never saw a President Gore.


     
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    [QUOTE]In Response to Re: SCHILLING wants TAXPAYERS beanballed to bankroll more of his sinking firm, should OBAMA give him a bailout? : We never saw a President Gore.
    Posted by slomag[/QUOTE]



    Good thing.

    Look at all the polar bears he saved.
     
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    • In Response to Re: SCHILLING wants TAXPAYERS beanballed to bankroll more of his sinking firm, should OBAMA give him a bailout?:
      [QUOTE]In Response to Re: SCHILLING wants TAXPAYERS beanballed to bankroll more of his sinking firm, should OBAMA give him a bailout? : Your post is at odds with itself.  Barney Frank was responsible for the worst economic collapse since the great depression, but that doesn't matter because it is not the economic collapse, but Obama's socialist policies that have led to an increase in food stamps and wellfare. Most Americans were better off 4 years ago - just not 3.5.
      Posted by slomag[/QUOTE]

      You simply don't want to face the truth so you are trying to muddy the waters.  Let me try one more time.

      Everyone blames bush for the bad economy
    • The housing collapse caused the quick downward spiral
    • The housing collapse rests on the shoulders of fanny mae, freddy mac and barney frank. Not bush.
    • Because of obama's anti-business policies, harsh EPA regulations and obama care the economy is getting worse, not better.
    • These policies are adding to the unemployment numbers
    • Since the economy is getting worse and the jobless rate is 14-18% more people are on welfare and food stamps.
    • Obama likes people depending on the federal gov. because they will vote him back in office.  Why work when the nanny state will take care of you.
    • When the feds take care of your needs, food, health care, housing, etc. it's called socialism.

    I don't know how much clearer I can make it for you.  I think you just like word play because you don't have a legitimate leg to stand on.

    The feds are by law required to have a budget, I'm not going to argue this point with you.  You are wrong, nuf' said.

     
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    [QUOTE]In Response to Re: SCHILLING wants TAXPAYERS beanballed to bankroll more of his sinking firm, should OBAMA give him a bailout? :   Ooh, an internet insult from a dimwit.
    Posted by vtfanofcs[/QUOTE]

    An internet tough guy from VT.

    Scarey stuff.
     

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