Just 1 ? about Clinton and INDY.

Just 1 ? about Clinton and INDY.

Post by James Runnel » Tue, 29 Sep 1998 04:00:00



How many of us are sick and tired of this tread. I for one thought that
this was a R/C newsgroup not a political newsgroup. I would like to see
more about the sport than what someone did that is not any of our business
to start with.
 
 
 

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Post by Vinc » Tue, 29 Sep 1998 04:00:00


Quote:

> How many of us are sick and tired of this tread. I for one thought that
> this was a R/C newsgroup not a political newsgroup. I would like to see
> more about the sport than what someone did that is not any of our business
> to start with.

Well James considering that you just started another one on the same
subject line, and you could have just ignored the other post. I guess we
will just have to see how long it takes to get tired of this one also.

Just for the record James, I for one have made my last reply to Tim and
Paul the Clinton trolls.

Vince
--
Nihil est veritatis luce dulcius

 
 
 

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Post by Kevin Klin » Tue, 29 Sep 1998 04:00:00


On the one hand, you're right.

But on the other, if you don't like it, don't read it.  No one is twisting
your arm and forcing you to read that thread.  At least not yet anyway!

K. Kline

Quote:

> How many of us are sick and tired of this tread. I for one thought that
> this was a R/C newsgroup not a political newsgroup. I would like to see
> more about the sport than what someone did that is not any of our business
> to start with.

 
 
 

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Post by Dr1Driv » Tue, 29 Sep 1998 04:00:00


Quote:
>How many of us are sick and tired of this tread

How many of us are sick and tired of the people who are sick and tired?
Dr.1 Driver
(the pilot formerly known as Gerald43)
"There's a Hun in the sun!"
 
 
 

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Post by Jone » Tue, 29 Sep 1998 04:00:00


Quote:

>On the one hand, you're right.

>But on the other, if you don't like it, don't read it.  No one is twisting
>your arm and forcing you to read that thread.  At least not yet anyway!

>K. Kline


>> How many of us are sick and tired of this tread. I for one thought that
>> this was a R/C newsgroup not a political newsgroup. I would like to see
>> more about the sport than what someone did that is not any of our
business
>> to start with.

IM sorry Mr. Kline but I agree with Mr.. Runnels we should all just forget
this offtopic ***from now on, No Clinton, No AMA, No fighting over who is
right and who is wrong about anything. If we would all just concentrate on
MY BIG STICK 60 I am sure the news group would be way more interesting don't
you think? So in conclusion, future posts about anything but MY BIG STICK 60
will no longer be aloud on this news group. Thanks for your cooperation.

       Thumper

 
 
 

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Post by Joe L » Tue, 29 Sep 1998 04:00:00


James,  You're mistaken (I'm being kind ) if you think that this is just
politics. Here's an easy way to handle the threads you don't want to
read.  Mark everything read that you download, then only click on the
topics you really want to read. Pretty easy solution, don't you think?

I prefer to get my head out of the clouds (now that's on topic) once in
a while to throw some rose water on the stenchmeisters Messrs. T. and
P.. I personally won't be happy until they fumigate the Whitehouse
preferably with them in it during a cigar-fest love-in with Sick Willie.

The dupes have stooped to denigrating Ronald Reagan , who wouldn't even
take his suit coat off in the Oval Office because of his respect for
where and who he was; however, WJC thinks it's not disrespectful
strutting around the 'Oral' Office with his pants around his ankles.

Joe L.
My answer to the polls is a bit of cowboy wisdom:  Always drink upstream
from the herd.

Quote:


> > How many of us are sick and tired of this tread. I for one thought that
> > this was a R/C newsgroup not a political newsgroup. I would like to see
> > more about the sport than what someone did that is not any of our business
> > to start with.

> Well James considering that you just started another one on the same
> subject line, and you could have just ignored the other post. I guess we
> will just have to see how long it takes to get tired of this one also.

> Just for the record James, I for one have made my last reply to Tim and
> Paul the Clinton trolls.

> Vince
> --
> Nihil est veritatis luce dulcius

--
Joe L.
======
Someone told Aristotle that a man had spoken ill of him, and he
answered: Let him also whip me, as long as I am not present.
 
 
 

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Post by Vinc » Tue, 29 Sep 1998 04:00:00


Quote:

> James,  You're mistaken (I'm being kind ) if you think that this is just
> politics. Here's an easy way to handle the threads you don't want to
> read.  Mark everything read that you download, then only click on the
> topics you really want to read. Pretty easy solution, don't you think?

> I prefer to get my head out of the clouds (now that's on topic) once in
> a while to throw some rose water on the stenchmeisters Messrs. T. and
> P.. I personally won't be happy until they fumigate the Whitehouse
> preferably with them in it during a cigar-fest love-in with Sick Willie.

> The dupes have stooped to denigrating Ronald Reagan , who wouldn't even
> take his suit coat off in the Oval Office because of his respect for
> where and who he was; however, WJC thinks it's not disrespectful
> strutting around the 'Oral' Office with his pants around his ankles.

I love it Joe, this is great.

Vince
--
Nihil est veritatis luce dulcius

 
 
 

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Post by VONW » Wed, 30 Sep 1998 04:00:00


I agree on the RC Web sight but I'll bet if it was YOUR daughter you would make
it you business! Just think of the flying sites we coulf buy and build for
40Million, HE opened the can of worms!!

 
 
 

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Post by Mike Wizynajty » Wed, 30 Sep 1998 04:00:00


Gee, you mean if the president of the company you work for starts having
sex in the office with the secretaries that would be OK? Where I come
from that's *** harassment and you can loose you job for it. Seems to
me that slick ought to abide by the same rules the rest of country does
or suffer the consequences.

Wiz

Quote:

> How many of us are sick and tired of this tread. I for one thought
> that
> this was a R/C newsgroup not a political newsgroup. I would like to
> see
> more about the sport than what someone did that is not any of our
> business
> to start with.

 
 
 

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Post by Dr1Driv » Wed, 30 Sep 1998 04:00:00


Quote:
> No one is twisting
>your arm and forcing you to read that thread.

<best German accent>  You vill vead da tread, unt you vill like it, Amerikanza
swinehund!!!  Ve haf vays uf making you vead!!!
Dr.1 Driver
(the pilot formerly known as Gerald43)
"There's a Hun in the sun!"
 
 
 

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Post by Jerry Fest » Wed, 30 Sep 1998 04:00:00




Quote:
>On the one hand, you're right.

>But on the other, if you don't like it, don't read it.  No one is twisting
>your arm and forcing you to read that thread.  At least not yet anyway!

>K. Kline

But what does the "INDY" stand for in this thread?

Jerry
A cute saying goes here:

 
 
 

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Post by Allan Flowe » Sat, 03 Oct 1998 04:00:00


What does the "New Indy" stand for?

I started this thread with a Clinton joke combined with a few comments on
INDY RC and their new catalog/look.  They are now apparently owned by
Horizon and are run out of Illinois rather than Indianapolis.  Their
catalog is a major step better looking than anybody else.  Very nicely
designed... makes you want to buy their stuff.  I liked it and said so.

My thread happened to hit the NG at a time when Clinton was on peoples'
minds so there has been a lot of posts to this thread.  I would apologize
for starting such a rukkus but if it hadn't been this thread, it would
have been another.  Personally I am interested to hear what guys in this
hobby/sport have to say about politics but I know a lot of folks hate
these "off topic" discussions.  I do regret the fact that INDY RC has
been drug into this issue, through no fault of their own.

Regards,

Allan Flowers

 
 
 

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Post by Tim Gree » Sun, 04 Oct 1998 04:00:00


Oh pooey.
Quote:

> James,  You're mistaken (I'm being kind ) if you think that this is just
> politics. Here's an easy way to handle the threads you don't want to
> read.  Mark everything read that you download, then only click on the
> topics you really want to read. Pretty easy solution, don't you think?

> I prefer to get my head out of the clouds (now that's on topic) once in
> a while to throw some rose water on the stenchmeisters Messrs. T. and
> P.. I personally won't be happy until they fumigate the Whitehouse
> preferably with them in it during a cigar-fest love-in with Sick Willie.

> The dupes have stooped to denigrating Ronald Reagan , who wouldn't even
> take his suit coat off in the Oval Office because of his respect for
> where and who he was; however, WJC thinks it's not disrespectful
> strutting around the 'Oral' Office with his pants around his ankles.

> Joe L.
> My answer to the polls is a bit of cowboy wisdom:  Always drink upstream
> from the herd.


> > > How many of us are sick and tired of this tread. I for one thought that
> > > this was a R/C newsgroup not a political newsgroup. I would like to see
> > > more about the sport than what someone did that is not any of our business
> > > to start with.


> > Well James considering that you just started another one on the same
> > subject line, and you could have just ignored the other post. I guess we
> > will just have to see how long it takes to get tired of this one also.

> > Just for the record James, I for one have made my last reply to Tim and
> > Paul the Clinton trolls.

> > Vince
> > --
> > Nihil est veritatis luce dulcius

> --
> Joe L.
> ======
> Someone told Aristotle that a man had spoken ill of him, and he
> answered: Let him also whip me, as long as I am not present.

 
 
 

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Post by Robbie & Laura Reynold » Sun, 04 Oct 1998 04:00:00


Quote:

> "However we may doubt the sincerity of those who speak to us," LaRochefoucald
> observed,"we think they are more candid with us than with others." That's the
> problem liberals have with WJC. They know he's a liar, but they can't bear to
> think he's duped them along with the soccer moms.


> Clinton belongs in the company of everything that is tackiest about American
> culture today: Johnnie Cochran, Larry Flynt, Al Sharpton, Howard Stern, and
> Jerry Springer. It's even embarrassing to hear this con man called "the
> president."

Hay, eloquence ain't alloud here.  This forem is for mudslinging and illiterate
personal attacks, in case you didnt notice.
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