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Forum Post: A Verse That Touched My Soul

Posted 7 months ago on Sept. 2, 2013, 8:07 a.m. EST by buliau (-29)
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Gonna Twinkle It!

I'm gonna sprinkle a trickle of twinkies
For my friends, the Democrat yuppies
Gonna jiggle it! Gonna wiggle it!
Gonna sprinkle a trickle and twinkle it!

Are the ...TwinkleTeamers... really participating in the revolution, or are they just a bunch of geriatrics addicted to this forum and blinded by the illusion that tweeting will change our world?



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[-] 4 points by ZenDog (20556) from South Burlington, VT 7 months ago

the shadow ban in this instance is uncalled for and completely counter productive.

I do object.

Let the fuker flail in full public view. He humiliates only himself and no one else.

Let the whole world view the full fruit of a conservative labor


[-] 3 points by ZenDog (20556) from South Burlington, VT 7 months ago


twinkle team indeed

And I've been twinkling backwards for days

bwa hahahaaa

how gauche - how entirely repelican

[-] -3 points by garywinston (-20) 7 months ago

Ya, the ...TwinkleTeam... Already shadow-banned this posting and removed a few comments. It's sad they use censorship instead of arguments. Leads to one way discussions. But, that's what they do. A duck quacks, and there's not much hope for anything else.

[-] 3 points by ZenDog (20556) from South Burlington, VT 7 months ago

if you were not such a shit throwing little troll perhaps the response to your behavior would be different. Almost certainly it would, for you behavior itself, would be different.

Honestly I cannot tell - whether you are just an embittered little gender confused communist or a paid to play troll lying and crying for the one percent scum that are devastating this entire planet.

Either way, the results do seem to be quite the same.


[-] 3 points by ZenDog (20556) from South Burlington, VT 7 months ago
  1. --

  2. whether I have engaged in an advocacy of violence is a matter of opinion, and those who insist that I have are engaged in an attempt to modify the behavior of others, mine included, and they refuse to accept this very simple fact: throughout history the one percent has simply refused to improve the living conditions of the rest of humanity without bloodshed and the blood that is and has been shed is always, always OUR BLOOD. It is my opinion that a variety of events, global in scale, are reaching a point where it will be impossible for the one percent to control or to escape unscathed as they have in the past. That is my opinion. There Will be Blood.

  3. Chomsky Refutes Anarcho.Capitalism

  4. I provided a bridge to the ground in the Burlington area - right up until your pal hc got the kids to move the ga and not tell me

  5. censorship is evil - unless it happens to be censorship you approve of! you were caught red handed posted red pantied penises on conspiracy posts! fukin hypocrite!

  6. yes the system is broken. The system is so broken we could have taken control. Either you do not have a clue about how the two parties actually function and what the relational dynamic is between them, or you are intent on subverting OWS to purely libertarian ideals.

  7. points don't matter you claim, but you do whine about them quite a lot, and engage in bottery to down vote others, and then whine when others honestly down vote you

and the whole purpose behind constantly changing your id is so that you may employ any and all of the dirty tricks at your disposal to engage in dishonest debate -

you are a liar and completely dishonest. Credibility, integrity are everything.

You don't have it.

[-] 2 points by WSmith (5271) from Cornelius, OR 7 months ago

This is not an "Occupy" per se movement, it's a 99% against 1% Tyranny Movement called Occupy.

Chomsky is a Linguistics Professor!!! Not a Poli-Sci or Hist or Gov Prof!!!


False Flag whiners/complainers/detractors TROLLS!!

[-] 3 points by ZenDog (20556) from South Burlington, VT 7 months ago

yeah, well, Chomski is kinda brilliant all the same.

[-] 2 points by WSmith (5271) from Cornelius, OR 7 months ago

Exceptional linguistic capability. Very impressive and smart. Boring as fucking hell!!

He would probably have a nervous breakdown if he had any kind of control or responsibility, much like the Nirvana-talking third party candidates who will never have to cash their huge and glorious checks they write!!

[-] 2 points by ZenDog (20556) from South Burlington, VT 7 months ago

The establishment really doesn't like him. He put a lot of hard work into getting the U.S. admin to change it's policy regarding East Timor - the genocide there began under Carter and was not opposed at the UN by Moynihan, a dem.

Both facts tend to lend credence to the idea that both parties are evil - but completely fail to address how each party arrives by its evil - what the dynamics are and how these dynamics may be used to completely hijack the entire system on behalf of the people.

[-] 2 points by WSmith (5271) from Cornelius, OR 7 months ago

How much work did he put into allowing poor minorities to attend his school of residency?

Yes, we love the rebel. Can critics hit bulls eyes that they aim for? Of course. Can they clear and lead on a new path of resolve or achievement, just about never.

Look for flaws, and you'll find them. Devise solutions in a complex and counter-intuitive world, not that easy.

Perfection is folly. There are no perfect politicians, politics, critics, or electorate. It's a big hot fucking mess!

We are witnessing the sandbagging of a POTUS, just as they did with Carter, only Obama learned some lessons. Carter was geared to solve problems, not fight sabotage and hostage-taking by his own countrymen ~ LITERALLY.

Moynihan was a bastard, but not as bad as about 90% of his colleagues.

Indonesia and the Mideast have been and will be "volatile regions" beyond our and our children's children's lives.

Dems know how the 1% owned GOP Cult works and operates (dynamics): like the insane nephew of the Boss. There's only so much Dems can do without being fired. These dynamics exist because People don't Vote and the 1% owns the Media. The GOP doesn't care how Dems think, operate, or dynamic. And The People ~ who hold the ultimate power to correct this fucking mess ~ are mostly oblivious! Just the way the 1% wants them ~ doo da do do do, their luv'n it!

[-] 3 points by ZenDog (20556) from South Burlington, VT 7 months ago

and the repelicans are filled with hubris - a serious and significant movement of the people could sweep them from power and take complete control.

[-] 2 points by WSmith (5271) from Cornelius, OR 7 months ago

Cons are the bad teacher's cretinous pet, standing safely behind teach sticking their tongues out.

We the People are the principal, snoozing in the office.

[-] 1 points by ZenDog (20556) from South Burlington, VT 7 months ago

that analogy bears within it such an oversimplification of both roles that it hardly seems to apply.

[-] 1 points by WSmith (5271) from Cornelius, OR 7 months ago


[-] 2 points by ZenDog (20556) from South Burlington, VT 7 months ago

well, ok, if you insist.

[-] 1 points by MattLHolck (16833) from San Diego, CA 7 months ago

Look for flaws, and you'll find them. Devise solutions in a complex and counter-intuitive world,


[-] 2 points by WSmith (5271) from Cornelius, OR 7 months ago

Easier to break windows than fix them.

[-] 2 points by ZenDog (20556) from South Burlington, VT 7 months ago

One of the things Chomsky is saying in this clip is that both Conservatives and Libertarians in the U.S. have twisted these terms to have a whole new meaning, one that is opposite from what they mean everywhere else in the world.

He also says:

1.41 - the corporate system especially as its evolved in the 20th century is pure tyranny, completely unaccountable . . . and this is the extreme opposite of what has been called Libertarianism everywhere else in the world.

[-] 2 points by WSmith (5271) from Cornelius, OR 7 months ago

It may or may not be important what "these terms" mean to the rest of the world, BUT I can assure you that Americans are not using their dictionaries, especially the Con Zombies!

1.41 - The Corporate System, Big $, 1%, PTB, simply despise and deny democracy and the Revolution! They just want their Kings back, or to be those Kings. In their deranged attempt to deal with democracy, they grasp at Libertarianism in any way it fits. They couldn't care less about Libertarian, democratic, state or federal rules and/or laws. They're Kings and, therefore, above and beyond mere laws and/or rules!! These are seriously frustrated (insane) mother fuckers!

[-] 1 points by ZenDog (20556) from South Burlington, VT 7 months ago

These are seriously frustrated (insane) mother fuckers!

I do not disagree - nor, I think, does Chomsky.

[-] 1 points by WSmith (5271) from Cornelius, OR 7 months ago

Did I forget to say, while criticizing, that I mostly agree with him?

Evidence item 1-A.

[-] 2 points by ZenDog (20556) from South Burlington, VT 7 months ago

yes, I think you did say that - it just wasn't really clear that you knew what you were saying . . .

[-] 1 points by WSmith (5271) from Cornelius, OR 7 months ago

Wait, I have to change that to 50% + or -.

You have to hear Randi's show today on Syria, very informed and researched, not pedantic and priggish, http://www.randirhodes.com/main.html . It's replaying somewhere, you can find it. Let me know what you think.

[-] 1 points by ZenDog (20556) from South Burlington, VT 7 months ago

I think I just read what must be the text of her comments. She seems to think the promise to respond to chemical weapons use by Assad was reckless, or at least, to keep such a promise is reckless.

I think the delay has cost lives among Assad's opposition. It may also have given time for Assad to prepare. His preparations during this time of delay may provide clues to the competence and sophistication of his military planners.

So whether the delay is militarily useful or not I can't say - but I can say that if the partisan divide in Congress were not so deep the delay to seek Congressional approval might not be necessary.

Randi's analysis is mostly simplistic and partisan.

[-] 1 points by WSmith (5271) from Cornelius, OR 7 months ago

Web Site Home: http://www.randirhodes.com/main.html

Affiliates: http://www.randirhodes.com/pages/affiliates.html

This is how I listen: http://www.iheart.com/

Hope your listening, great show, dissenting on Syria and WHY! Pipelines! Global Warming! General Wesley Clark: "7 Nation take-down;" much more!

[-] 1 points by WSmith (5271) from Cornelius, OR 7 months ago

No, that was just her pre-show blog. You have to follow the links to find a station or stream, it's all there, just have to look. Lots of hawks and doves and others called in and she gave her usual great commentaries (she does her homework, posts her sources (& affiliates) and uses her mind). "Simplistic and partisan" are lazy assumptions, you can do better. I wanted to hear your response to the show. Probably be a main topic tomorrow, now you have a head start! I use iHeartradio: http://www.iheart.com/live/1401/?autoplay=true . Links to many others on her site. Remember, facts, truth and justice have a liberal-progressive ~ not necessarily partisan ~ bias.

There's a good Rep. Grayson take on Syria here: http://occupywallst.org/forum/wwwdontattacksyriacom-no-more-blood-for-oil/

[-] 1 points by ZenDog (20556) from South Burlington, VT 7 months ago

I was just basing my analysis on what was available.

[-] 1 points by DKAtoday (33128) from Coon Rapids, MN 7 months ago

YO Zen - We "ALL" know that Asshat ......... umm I mean Assad - well it works both ways - but - anyway. We all Know the asshole has been bombing and shelling his people/cities for a couple of years now. That fact has not changed " DEMOCIDE ". Sarin does not take a genius to make and could very well be carried in by religious fanatics ummm guerrillas for their own purposes. So as an excuse to send in military intervention it is not needed - AS - "We all Know the asshole has been bombing and shelling his people/cities for a couple of years now." But it seems that killing massive numbers of people/civilians with weapons of mass destruction like Bombs or missiles or Drones is different than using a chemical weapon. At least for use to help get public approval/support for military action.

[-] 3 points by ZenDog (20556) from South Burlington, VT 7 months ago

I think your view kind of illustrates why it is a mistake to claim the Tsarnaev brothers used a weapon of mass destruction. I mean, their home made bomb did destroy a lot of stuff, most especially peoples lives, and from a civilian perspective the hospitals were indeed inundated with mass casualties.

A series of limbs laying about where an explosion has taken place, these are grotesque, macabre. But with shelling you do at least have half a chance - with gas there is none. With gas there is fall out over a wide area, there is residue which may be both odorless and colorless . . .

Perhaps it is a measure of hypocrisy, perhaps the international community has engaged in international hypocrisy ever since the end of WWI with the chemical weapons ban - after all, killing civilians is, as you point out, killing civilians, and perhaps it does not matter if it is done with bullet, bomb, or chemical rocket.

I know that once Gaddafi was dead the military scale violence seemed to cease. Perhaps it can be so with Syria. I would like to see.

And then I would like to see the public eye in this nation turn its silent gaze toward faux snooze, toward ALEC, and all of the other Koch suckers

[-] 1 points by TropicalDepression (-45) 7 months ago

Because it must have been Assad that did it, not the other 100 options right?

Because AP and Reuters said so...

[-] 1 points by ZenDog (20556) from South Burlington, VT 7 months ago

was I talking to you?

I don't recall that I was . . . .

But since you opened your big mouth, why don't you enumerate those one hundred other options, with detail and specificity . . .

After all, given that Syria is by and large a closed country, access usually highly restricted - and there is a shooting war going on making travel difficult at best -

Perhaps you will suggest Turkey did it.

Does Turkey even have chemical weapons?

Maybe you will suggest that the rebels captured some of Assad's stockpiles? Given the numbers of satellites overhead, and the numbers of politicians wary of WMD claims as pretext for war both here and in Europe -

why am I even arguing with a fool? You probably don't recall that there was hesitation at the UN after Powell made the claim on behalf of Bushite.

You are such a waste of my time

[-] -1 points by TropicalDepression (-45) 7 months ago

Well I guess thinking about the other 100 possibilities is pointless.

Better just run with the AP press releases.

Restrictive....ya, great border security in Syria. please....

[-] 2 points by ZenDog (20556) from South Burlington, VT 7 months ago
[-] 0 points by TropicalDepression (-45) 7 months ago

"well maybe you should visit your pal Assad then fool"

Was that guy at Gitmo?

Hypocrites are always easy to spot. They cling to legitimacy within one aspect of the most corrupted state the world has ever seen.

Let go of that falsehood. You arent going to change it, you wont bring it back. Fresh starts are much more empowering.

Much more difficult, but much more productive.

[-] 2 points by ZenDog (20556) from South Burlington, VT 7 months ago

I've got things to do tomorrow, so I really cannot stay up all night arguing with someone who constantly changes the subject every time their argument develops holes . . .

for clarity - in case you've forgotten, you said:

Restrictive....ya, great border security in Syria. please...

To which I replied:

well maybe you should visit your pal Assad then fool

and in case you missed the link - http://thelede.blogs.nytimes.com/2012/12/18/nbc-reporter-describes-captivity-in-syria/?_r=0


which does demonstrate that movement within Syria can be difficult at best.

Since you do not have an actual response and since I have better things to do . . .


[-] -1 points by TropicalDepression (-45) 7 months ago

I guess the NYT have all the answers.

Good night.

[-] 3 points by GirlFriday (21783) 7 months ago

You are the creator of conspiracy theories on this site. In fact, the Twinkle Team is a conspiracy theory. You are here for distraction.

[-] 2 points by GirlFriday (21783) 7 months ago

You don't have any arguments. You're like a petulant child.

[-] 3 points by ZenDog (20556) from South Burlington, VT 7 months ago

I think the killing of Assad is perfectly legitimate and a in the interest of humanity. To engage in any form of deceit on that point results in hesitation and prolongs the misery of the Syrian people.

Kill him. And then let us consider the rest of those one percent pretenders to power and authority with no appetite for the responsibility to which they aspire. The people must find the means of holding them accountable for their behavior. The charter of Limited Liability or of incorporation cannot shield such individuals from the consequences of their behavior when they act to undermine the national security, credibility, or authority of the Federal Government for the sake of their own enrichment.


That is what I have said, and this is where I stand. How about you?

What did you say?

I preserve it here simply for the sake of clarity - so often you have, using a wide variety of pseudonyms, been known to delete comments and posts when they cease to serve your purpose.

It is clear both from title and the nature of your question that your intent is to reference me in an indirect manner while at the same time encompassing an entire set of individuals who see things much as I do. Yet your verse is childish and lacks anything that might merit preservation - so please, feel free to delete or not, as you wish.

As to the question itself - as the repelican regime of lies becomes ever larger it will inevitably become more and more unstable. It is impossible to say what particular straw will bring it tumbling in pieces but you may rest assured, that day approaches.

You are a fool, a one percent crier and Liar for Hire and that is, most clearly, where you stand. You are nothing but a shit throwing trashy Macaque whose intent and purpose is to protect by any means possible the interests of those one percent thieves intent on bringing this nation to utter ruin.

Those members of this twinkle team as you call them, they are LIBERALS.

Once upon a time it was seen as a thing worthy of the labor, a Degree in Liberal Arts. It is no accident that such a degree is seen as having little use in today's modern world. History and Art are but two subjects of interest and research with such a degree, and these are two subjects of absolutely no use in the conservative world view.

In your world view.

It is no wonder your verse lacks anything beyond a disdain most childishly expressed.

You are a one percent whore, flailing against a rising tide and soon you will drown. The conservative lies will come down. Upon your head may they fall.

But you knew exactly where I stand - and where this . . . twinkle team . . . of your obsession stands. I find it . . . gauche . . . and completely repelican . . . in nature - you down vote with your bots, casting votes by the thousands . . . yet if three of us vote at all - out you trot, the shit throwing macaque.

Gauche I say.

Gauche, and so very very REPELICAN


[-] 2 points by GirlFriday (21783) 7 months ago

You know what I like bestest? It's how you reveal yourself to be a paid for troll. I like when your little buddies do it too.

I love to make you whine like little kids after you guys get your BS blown out of the water.

[-] -2 points by garywinston (-20) 7 months ago

How many Occupy events have you been too? I mean real ones. In the street. None right? Ya, it shows. Just go ahead and twinkle it while the rest of us bust our ass and risk arrest out there where it counts. At least you could bake us some cookies while we protest in your name.

[-] 3 points by GirlFriday (21783) 7 months ago

You have nothing to do with Occupy. You never have. You never knew Jart. You never had a falling out. None of that ever occurred. You are a failure.

You have always been a failure.

[-] -2 points by garywinston (-20) 7 months ago

Alright. Have fun with your delusions. That's OK. Whatever makes your clock tick.

[-] 3 points by GirlFriday (21783) 7 months ago

You are a liar. You never knew Jart. There was no falling out and you have nothing to do with Occupy. You are here for distraction. You are paid to post. You are a failure.

[-] 2 points by WSmith (5271) from Cornelius, OR 7 months ago

How many 1% tyrannical assaults have you endured at slavewage 99% workplaces just to earn rent and grocery money to buy cookies to stuff in your snotty little mouths??

How many laws, rights and amendments did you accomplish over decades of working in Unity with people of diverse points of view; with clear, clean, sturdy and legible signs and banners which news media could easily photograph and broadcast clearly; with practiced and coordinated chants, songs and slogans which news media could record and replay clearly and effectively; and synchronizing with members of government with a common cause to enact and implement desired changes, reforms and laws??

Instead of rejecting diverging ideas, defying clarity of message, neglecting coordination, detesting common cause comrades in government, and even refusing to Vote for Congressmen, Legislators and Governors WHO GET THINGS IMPLEMENTED!!! In Unicorn and glitter failure's name!


[-] 1 points by GirlFriday (21783) 7 months ago

Don't run away.

You don't seem to have any problem instigating. You shouldn't be afraid now. Unless, of course, you stepped in something that you are not at all prepared to handle.