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Old August 26th 08, 09:06 PM posted to alt.binaries.pictures.aviation
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Peter Hucker added these comments in the current discussion du
jour ...

What exactly does "the darker side of the world" mean?
Canada? United States? Other? If the USA, I don't especially
like the reference.

But nobody likes the US.


Then, I would strong suggest all these folks that don't like
us mount their own strategic, tactical and anti-terrorist
defenses and stop sponging off the United States. Without
exception, Canada and our so-called European "allies" have
gutted their armed forces after the Cold War was supposedly
won in order to fund Socialist programs even their own
citizens don't want. And, our old enemy, the Japs, hide
behind some bull**** constitutional ban against rebuilding
their army, navy, and air force, preferring to let the USA
guard them against the Red Menace. You foreigners make me
sick!


You are deeply in debt. You are not as powerful as you think
you are.


Not talking about the national debt, I'm talking about our
military and the lack of thereof in all our former allies
countrues.

--
HP, aka Jerry

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Old August 26th 08, 09:07 PM posted to alt.binaries.pictures.aviation
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"HEMI-Powered" wrote in message
.. .
Then, I would strong suggest all these folks that don't like
us mount their own strategic, tactical and anti-terrorist
defenses


If it wasn't for the U.S., we wouldn't need an anti-terrorist
defence.

Suppose al Qaeda had blown up the Toronto Tower or Big Ben or the
Eiffel Tower, what would the respective countries have done about
it? Nothing at all, as they're militarily impotent except for very
close-in defense of their shores and air space.

--
HP, aka Jerry

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Old August 26th 08, 09:09 PM posted to alt.binaries.pictures.aviation
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John Meyer added these comments in the current discussion du
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"HEMI-Powered" wrote:

Peter Hucker added these comments in the current discussion
du jour ...


What exactly does "the darker side of the world" mean?
Canada? United States? Other? If the USA, I don't
especially like the reference.

But nobody likes the US.


Then, I would strong suggest all these folks that don't like
us mount their own strategic, tactical and anti-terrorist
defenses and stop sponging off the United States. Without
exception, Canada and our so-called European "allies" have
gutted their armed forces after the Cold War was supposedly
won in order to fund Socialist programs even their own
citizens don't want. And, our old enemy, the Japs, hide
behind some bull**** constitutional ban against rebuilding
their army, navy, and air force, preferring to let the USA
guard them against the Red Menace. You foreigners make me
sick!


Oh jeez! What a retard! Do you go around looking for things to
be offended by??

Nope, just by twits with B-B size brains bragging up their
believed national exploits when in fact there ain't none. Yes,
I'm American-centric. We were, are now, and will still be in the
future the best damn country on Earth, lowest overall taxes, and
most powerful military. Dispute any of this if you can.

And, read & heed by sig and look at the attached picture.

--
HP, aka Jerry

Don't be a fop or a blooter, make only pithy comments on Usenet





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Old August 26th 08, 09:18 PM posted to alt.binaries.pictures.aviation
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Peter Hucker wrote:
On Tue, 26 Aug 2008 09:29:15 GMT, "HEMI-Powered" wrote:


Glenn added these comments in the current discussion du jour ...


well, back from a 8 week trip to see the darker side of the
world. Found some interesting aircraft. Even met a legend at
LAX ;-)


What exactly does "the darker side of the world" mean? Canada?
United States? Other? If the USA, I don't especially like the
reference.


But nobody likes the US.

Get lost Brit! Oh GAWD, I don't want to insult the rest of the Brit's,
Get lost Peter from plus.net.
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Old August 27th 08, 08:58 AM posted to alt.binaries.pictures.aviation
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It means the side of the world that is in night when I am awake on this
side.

Boy you're touchy :-)


"HEMI-Powered" wrote in message
...
Glenn added these comments in the current discussion du jour ...

well, back from a 8 week trip to see the darker side of the
world. Found some interesting aircraft. Even met a legend at
LAX ;-)

What exactly does "the darker side of the world" mean? Canada?
United States? Other? If the USA, I don't especially like the
reference.

--
HP, aka Jerry

Don't be a fop or a blooter, make only pithy comments on Usenet



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Old August 27th 08, 09:00 AM posted to alt.binaries.pictures.aviation
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"Peter Hucker" wrote in message
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On Tue, 26 Aug 2008 09:29:15 GMT, "HEMI-Powered" wrote:

Glenn added these comments in the current discussion du jour ...

well, back from a 8 week trip to see the darker side of the
world. Found some interesting aircraft. Even met a legend at
LAX ;-)

What exactly does "the darker side of the world" mean? Canada?
United States? Other? If the USA, I don't especially like the
reference.


But nobody likes the US.

I do

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Old August 27th 08, 09:01 AM posted to alt.binaries.pictures.aviation
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"HEMI-Powered" wrote in message
.. .
Peter Hucker added these comments in the current discussion du
jour ...


What exactly does "the darker side of the world" mean? Canada?
United States? Other? If the USA, I don't especially like the
reference.


But nobody likes the US.


Then, I would strong suggest all these folks that don't like us
mount their own strategic, tactical and anti-terrorist defenses
and stop sponging off the United States. Without exception,
Canada and our so-called European "allies" have gutted their
armed forces after the Cold War was supposedly won in order to
fund Socialist programs even their own citizens don't want. And,
our old enemy, the Japs, hide behind some bull**** constitutional
ban against rebuilding their army, navy, and air force,
preferring to let the USA guard them against the Red Menace. You
foreigners make me sick!

Boy you are touchy. You must be that type of american that gives your
country a bad name. Lucky there are enough nice ones to make it worth
visiting ;-)

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Old August 27th 08, 09:03 AM posted to alt.binaries.pictures.aviation
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"HEMI-Powered" wrote in message
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Peter Hucker added these comments in the current discussion du
jour ...

What exactly does "the darker side of the world" mean?
Canada? United States? Other? If the USA, I don't especially
like the reference.

But nobody likes the US.

Then, I would strong suggest all these folks that don't like
us mount their own strategic, tactical and anti-terrorist
defenses and stop sponging off the United States. Without
exception, Canada and our so-called European "allies" have
gutted their armed forces after the Cold War was supposedly
won in order to fund Socialist programs even their own
citizens don't want. And, our old enemy, the Japs, hide
behind some bull**** constitutional ban against rebuilding
their army, navy, and air force, preferring to let the USA
guard them against the Red Menace. You foreigners make me
sick!


You are deeply in debt. You are not as powerful as you think
you are.


Not talking about the national debt, I'm talking about our
military and the lack of thereof in all our former allies
countrues.

Um so why do you need us in Iraq then.
why didn't you help your Ally Georgia in their time of need ??????

Politics, isn't your game is it. Banging out threats on the keyboard seems
to be it :-)


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Old August 27th 08, 09:04 AM posted to alt.binaries.pictures.aviation
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"John Meyer" wrote in message
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In article ,
"HEMI-Powered" wrote:

Peter Hucker added these comments in the current discussion du
jour ...


What exactly does "the darker side of the world" mean? Canada?
United States? Other? If the USA, I don't especially like the
reference.

But nobody likes the US.


Then, I would strong suggest all these folks that don't like us
mount their own strategic, tactical and anti-terrorist defenses
and stop sponging off the United States. Without exception,
Canada and our so-called European "allies" have gutted their
armed forces after the Cold War was supposedly won in order to
fund Socialist programs even their own citizens don't want. And,
our old enemy, the Japs, hide behind some bull**** constitutional
ban against rebuilding their army, navy, and air force,
preferring to let the USA guard them against the Red Menace. You
foreigners make me sick!


Oh jeez! What a retard! Do you go around looking for things to be
offended by??


:-) It seems that way.

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Old August 27th 08, 01:44 PM posted to alt.binaries.pictures.aviation
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JRW added these comments in the current discussion du jour ...

But nobody likes the US.

Get lost Brit! Oh GAWD, I don't want to insult the rest of the
Brit's, Get lost Peter from plus.net.

JRW, it's been 20 years since I last traveled across southern
Ontario from Windsor to whatever town is on the Canadian side of
Buffalo, NY. Never did find anything to like nor did I
particularly like the parochial views of Canadians I worked with.
I was stationed in (West) Germany in the U.S. Army circa 1971 and
found both the country and the people delightful. In those days
it was often difficult to find Germans who could speak English
and wanted to but I never had much trouble. Ditto in Austria. I
spent a week in Paris and while I really loved the city and its
sights, I couldn't stand the people - far too full of themselves,
arrogant, and anti-American. Later when I had to work with
Parisiams from Dassault Systemes I found them equally obnoxious.
And, I spent a week in London going to all the famous spots.
Again, I really loved the city and especially loved the people.
They were warm, outgoing, and friendly. While they had
justifiable national pride, they expressed no anger toward
"Yanks".

So, it's difficult to generalize about these countries but fast-
forwarding to modern times it does seem that all too many
countries and their people seem to want to forget about the great
alliance that got everybody through WWII in victory. But, these
same people seem ready to meddle in our internal political,
economic, and military affairs when their own are hardly paragons
of virtue.

This is an international NG. That is what makes it great. I see
no reason why anyone should openly disparage another country with
a blanket statement like "I went to the dark side." That sort of
bigotry has no place in what should be an enlightened world.

--
HP, aka Jerry

Don't be a fop or a blooter, make only pithy comments on Usenet





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