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Of course, if everybody voted for Obama, then we'd have to talk about the racist minorities who wouldn't vote for Romney, no doubt because he's white.
"Torture doesn't work" lol
Guess they forgot to tell Bill Buckley.

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On 2012-07-11 14:32, LobowolfXXX wrote:
There has to be room for "People care about soccer" on the list.

Are there any black European heads of state, or is that just in racist ol' America?
There are Female heads of state.
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I don't know.You'd have to ask the black population.
How's your Hispanic candidate shaping up?
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"then we'd have to talk about the racist minorities who wouldn't vote for Romney, no doubt because he's white."

naw...cause he is mormon.
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On 2012-07-11 14:32, LobowolfXXX wrote:
There has to be room for "People care about soccer" on the list.

Are there any black European heads of state, or is that just in racist ol' America?
There are Female heads of state.

Sexist ol' America.
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Yes! Smile
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"1. The food was better in London than in Paris "

LOL!

I've lived for extended periods in both places and things must have changed RADICALLY for this to be true.


Seriously. I spent 2 weeks in London and the food was..... It's bad enough they tend to name their establishments after vermin (I ate at the "Rat and Finch", but the food is... I honestly don't know how to describe it.

I came back here from London with a box of "Frozen Faggots" I got at a grocery store there to give to a gay friend of mine as a joke. Fortunately it was before 9/11, so they didn't strip search me for trying to smuggle frozen faggots on a plane. How ironic would that be? He still has that box to this day. Smile
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On 2012-07-11 14:32, LobowolfXXX wrote:
There has to be room for "People care about soccer" on the list.


It's on the list by implication It's their love of soccer that causes them to have underdeveloped throwing skills, and their ignorance toward baseball--which is in part because of their love of soccer--causes them to ignore Jackie Robinson. They sure as hell know who Pele is, after all.
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I used to think soccer was boring until I was channel surfing and saw a dude land a flying sidekick to another dude's face in the middle of a game. That wasn't the cool part. The cool part was where the guy who got kicked flew threw the air, rolled back to his feet, and kept going as if nothing had happened. That is the toughest dude on the fricking planet.
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Critter, that's a very suprising story. Usually, if a soccer player thinks he or she has been fouled, they roll around on the ground making facial expressions of extreme pain while holding one arm high in the air like Arnold Horshack, pleading with the referee to acknowledge the offense. Of course, the player being accused of the foul is likewise holding one arm high in the air like Arnold Horshack, only his or her face has a sorta "HE DID IT! NOT ME" expression of both innocence and accusation. It's rather bizarre theater. One cannot picture someone like, say, Blake Griffin holding his arm in the air like Arnold Horshack.
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http://www.google.com/search?q=fake+socc......t=safari


Then there's boxing, with Germany's Max Schmeling being the only man to win the heavyweight title while on the ground holding his crotch due to a low blow, and England's "Phaintin' Phil" Scott playing the "He fouled me!" card so often he got nicknamed after it.
"Torture doesn't work" lol
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I literally DID laugh out loud at the first video on Lobo's search. HA!
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