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1  Other Elections - Analysis and Discussion / 2014 Gubernatorial Election Polls / Re: PA-Muhlenberg: Wolf up 21 points on: Today at 09:54:40 am
I'm sure that many congressional/various local candidates are concerned about the size of the margin.

This puts exactly zero House seats in play.

Your boneheadedness is getting old.

https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/17yr9mcAtuUdNjI9NEPYKxXsEldzzQ2ZaDwEAbnPRyS4/edit#gid=243225914

Uh. What does that prove?

Let's make a little bet, KC! If any GOP Congressional seat in PA is lost to the Dems in 2014, I'll leave the Forum. Forever. You must think there is at least one seat in play so show some guts and agree to leave for only a month - just one, full month! - if no seat flips from R to D in PA in 2014.
2  Forum Community / Off-topic Board / Re: Official 2014-15 Club Soccer/Football Discussion Thread on: Today at 09:44:36 am
That United collapse. Wow.
3  Forum Community / Forum Community / Re: Do You Live in an Urban, Suburban, Exurban, or Rural Area? on: Today at 08:51:01 am
Urban but it's right across from a suburb and my area is considered more suburban when compared to the rest of the city. It really isn't though.
4  Other Elections - Analysis and Discussion / 2014 Gubernatorial Election Polls / Re: PA-Muhlenberg: Wolf up 21 points on: Today at 08:38:31 am
I'm sure that many congressional/various local candidates are concerned about the size of the margin.

This puts exactly zero House seats in play.
5  Questions and Answers / The Atlas / Re: Petition to ban KCDem. on: Today at 08:32:30 am
I'd love to have your permission to post your PMs to men

Haha, remember how you said this wasn't about you? Oh man. God bless you, Inks. I love you, buddy.

It's not about me. But when you have a pattern of sending obnoxious PMs, how could I have any possible way of demonstrating that then to post the PMs you sent me?

Inks, you're not stupid. It's about you in your world because you came in here, interjected yourself in the conversation and brought up my messages to you when the topic was about my messages to Badger. I posted two of my recent messages and asked Badger to share others that I didn't save. That obviously angered you because they were clearly civil so you had to whine even more about my messages to you. You can rhetorically ask how you're supposed to demonstrate that my messages to you were obnoxious all you want but understand that you are trying to make those messages the issue when none of this is about you.

Please stop moving the goal posts and please stop acting like you aren't making this about yourself.






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But even without the PMs, it's clear that you're either trolling or aren't 100% all there... normal people don't think that there are people out on the Internet hacking their signature images. Even when it was proven that what you said was done was impossible, you stuck by your crazy accusations. Your time on the forum has always been about your need for attention, and you're willing to defame pretty much anyone in order to achieve that goal.

Inks, once again, stop whining about how poor old you had to put up with this terrible meanie. I'll quickly say that there is a history of hacking here and I was a target once. In 2006, my signature was hacked by King. He put his own spin on the Santorum banner in my signature. The image I had was hosted by TinyPic or Image Shack. Now maybe that doesn't classify as "hacking" because it was done off site or whatever but that's you playing a semantics game. The image was altered. I thought the same was being done to me last year or whenever.

Also, we do have at least one high profile case when a member (that didn't exactly care for me and vice versa) had hacked into someone's account. I thought that that was a possibility as well.

This was a discussion about how Badger and I interact. I understand how badly it burns you up that you are no longer a Moderator, Inks, but quit being downright pathetic even after I flat out prove you wrong. And don't throw around the accusation that I'm "willing to defame pretty much anyone" to achieve attention. That is flat out trolling on your part.
6  Questions and Answers / The Atlas / Re: Petition to ban KCDem. on: Today at 01:59:49 am
I'd love to have your permission to post your PMs to men

Haha, remember how you said this wasn't about you? Oh man. God bless you, Inks. I love you, buddy.
7  Questions and Answers / The Atlas / Re: Petition to ban KCDem. on: Today at 01:54:07 am
Badger is free to publish the messages I've sent. In fact, I'll publish them myself. Please see below:


I can assure you that I am nothing like the way you described me in your post when I post here.  Wink

I think we're both better served if we don't characterize each other as lunatics when we post. And it won't derail threads! Cheesy

Be well.



I'm kindly coming to you (again) to ask that you set aside whatever issue you have with me. Regardless of how we feel about each other, our arguments have derailed enough discussions around here. All I ask is that we civilly respond to each other's political points without delving into complaints about each other's personality traits.

Those were my initial messages to Badger. I believe there were a few responses that I didn't save. Badger is not only free to publish them, I actually encourage him to do so.

Inks, you can now stop your trolling. Your desire to be some hero, dashing onto the scene to defend Badger's honor or whatever, would be better served elsewhere. I'm sorry if you got tired of commenting int the Update but I advise you to find someone else to try to save. Badger and I may have our issues but I have no doubt that he is more than capable of defending himself. Don't interject yourself where you aren't needed or, more importantly, wanted. I know not being a Moderator must be killing you, buddy, but don't let it consume you.
8  Other Elections - Analysis and Discussion / Gubernatorial/Statewide Elections / Re: Pennsylvania 2014 Discussion Thread on: September 20, 2014, 10:45:40 pm
Why did Wolf agree to debate in the first place? Couldn't he have pulled a Kasich and just ignored it? He's so far up in the polls as is.

He wasn't going to get away with flat out refusing to debate.

From what I can tell, ducking debates rarely has any lasting consequences. More likely is that Wolf is just confident he can beat Corbett.

He would have taken an unnecessary brutal beating in the press. He's looking to become the first challenger to beat an incumbent Governor in PA history and let's remember, ads aside, he's not some entrenched figure. He didn't exactly have the most challenging nomination fight. The media will want a little more out of him. Plus, they hate boring elections. They're looking forward to these debates and will want there to be something that turns this race on its head. If Wolf denied them of the opportunity, you'd hear a lot more about it than the usual "So and so is ducking debates!"
9  General Politics / International General Discussion / Re: France General Discussion II: Living under Marxism on: September 20, 2014, 10:35:40 pm
Sarkozy will be re-elected.
10  Questions and Answers / The Atlas / Re: Petition to ban KCDem. on: September 20, 2014, 10:33:51 pm
No, I didn't make an accusation, Inks; you came in here and wanted to make this about you, to re-hash stuff in an effort to gain back some of the attention you desperately seek around here. Please accept that this isn't about you and we've all moved on from the Inks Days. Thanks!
11  Questions and Answers / The Atlas / Re: Petition to ban KCDem. on: September 20, 2014, 08:40:27 pm
Phil, you'd be 10 times as polarizing if you modded Forum Community.

Looks like someone didn't get the joke...

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Although giving you access to the mod board would be interesting, because it'd force you to realize that all of your conspiracy theories were untrue.

Still in denial, I see. I was a fool to think that you might admit to the obvious (The List, for example).  

I'll stop responding to you after this comment though. I'm not going to feed in to your constant need to be the center of attention.
12  Questions and Answers / The Atlas / Re: Petition to ban KCDem. on: September 20, 2014, 08:02:28 pm
You're a charmer, Phil. That's for sure.

Now I just need to become Moderator of the Forum Community board and I'll really have them won over.
13  Questions and Answers / The Atlas / Re: Petition to ban KCDem. on: September 20, 2014, 07:53:00 pm

Don't be so thin skinned. Wink Be well.

Yeah, I think this actually solved our little issue if you just take your own advice. Convince yourself that, for once, you might not be right and that you misinterpret my tone in 90% of the posts you feel obligated to respond to.

I'll promise you, Badger: I'm never even half as perturbed in my responses as you (and some others) think I am. And I think if my critics were a little more honest about things and acknowledged that I often politely contact you privately about these issues, we wouldn't have this issue. So if you want me to not take your comments as seriously, you have to reciprocate. Otherwise, as a notable poster around these parts has been saying recently, "Pot, meet kettle"...

Maybe it's different between you and Badger, but moat of the times you contacted me, your initial contact made it seem like you were absolutely entitled to whatever it was you were requesting, and you were typically rude as well.

Yes, because you're an ass.
14  Other Elections - Analysis and Discussion / Congressional Elections / Re: 2014 Senatorial endorsements page now up on: September 20, 2014, 07:31:35 pm
We really need more Republicans on this site.

Nobody needs more Republicans, ever. The world would be better off if they didn't exist at all.

Spoken like a true spoiled brat. Makes his demands that others "stop whining" all the more hilarious and hypocritical.
15  Other Elections - Analysis and Discussion / Gubernatorial/Statewide Elections / Re: Pennsylvania 2014 Discussion Thread on: September 20, 2014, 02:38:10 pm
Why did Wolf agree to debate in the first place? Couldn't he have pulled a Kasich and just ignored it? He's so far up in the polls as is.

He wasn't going to get away with flat out refusing to debate.
16  Other Elections - Analysis and Discussion / Gubernatorial/Statewide Elections / Re: KS: Paul Davis addresses strip club incident on: September 20, 2014, 02:37:36 pm
Posting this story was the absolute worst decision for obvious Minnesotan reasons.
17  General Politics / U.S. General Discussion / Re: Dems turn on DWS on: September 20, 2014, 12:03:31 pm
The Democrats' War on Women continues.
18  Forum Community / Off-topic Board / Re: Official 2014-15 Club Soccer/Football Discussion Thread on: September 20, 2014, 11:01:22 am
Real Madrid finally get going and get an 8-2 win.

Great matches this weekend: Milan vs. Juve today and City vs. Chelsea tomorrow.
19  Forum Community / Forum Community / Re: Opinion of this Gordon Brown speech on: September 19, 2014, 11:21:14 pm
Ironically, weren't the tools that BRTD identifies with most likely Yes supporters?
20  Forum Community / Forum Community / Re: If you could bring one former poster, who would that be? on: September 19, 2014, 10:50:41 pm
Sam Spade

This place badly misses his intellect and humor.
21  Other Elections - Analysis and Discussion / Gubernatorial/Statewide Elections / Re: Pennsylvania 2014 Discussion Thread on: September 19, 2014, 10:48:05 pm
First debate is Monday. Corbett needs a game changer so it should be interesting to see what goes down.
22  Other Elections - Analysis and Discussion / Congressional Elections / Re: PA-2016: Sestak files candidacy for rematch on: September 19, 2014, 04:21:12 pm
This has been known for awhile. Him making it "official official" really isn't news. Tongue

Yea Toomey is scaring off all the serious challengers, so I guess this is understandable *smirk smirk*

Republicans underestimate Sestak at their own peril. Let's not forget he only lost 51-49 in a midterm year that happened to be the biggest Republican landslide in decades. 2016 will be a presidential year, with Hillary very likely to carry the state (and will most likely outperform Obama's 2012 margin).

A Republican incumbent also shouldn't be underestimated: the last time a Republican incumbent Senator won in a massive GOP wave midterm by two points, he was re-elected during a Presidential election year by a wider margin and actually ran ahead of the Dem Presidential nominee who won the state. And also note that that GOP incumbent was far more polarizing than the current one. Far more. Wink

Now I know we'll get the "Rahhhhh but Klink was so weak!" which has been disproven but even if that's true, let's not act like we know what 2016 will be like yet. 

Smiley
23  Other Elections - Analysis and Discussion / Congressional Elections / Re: KS-Sen: Taylor drops out on: September 19, 2014, 04:15:07 pm
Phil, please reread the thread. Kobach's office ok'd several previous primary winners to withdraw from the ballot using the same procedure Taylor followed. The letter of the law is broad enough that what he did was legal then, and set a binding precedent. Especially, you know, after his office told Taylor this would be sufficient to have him withdraw.

I don't understand what principle you"re defending here. There must be ways to cheer for your team without going all AggregateDemand about it.

Noticed Phil never responded after this.
He probably went back and looked at the details, and figured out how much of a scum-bag Kobach really was regarding the denial of Taylor's withdrawal.

That's true; I didn't respond since that was posted. In fact, I didn't post at all since this morning since I was at work.

I was not aware that Kobach allowed other candidates to withdraw under the same procedure.
24  Other Elections - Analysis and Discussion / Congressional Elections / Re: KS-Sen: Taylor drops out on: September 19, 2014, 08:10:23 am
So aside from not being able to follow the law, the totally serious suggestion (that will likely be followed) is for the KS Democratic Party to just ignore the office that runs elections.

Can't say I'm surprised and I can't say that they've "stooped" this low; this is simply par for the course.

Px: Stop whining, Phil

Good. We're all satisfied here.

But now, seriously... stop whining, Phil.

Haha, could you imagine the head explosion if a state Republican Party pulled this stunt?

"LAWLESS RETHUGS! KOCH BROS!!!"

Not that any of this will matter. Just going to make the Kansas Dems look even more pathetic when Roberts wins.

In the case you missed it, it's Kobach who's violating the law, not the Democrats.

In case you missed it, the Supreme Court allowed Taylor to withdraw without following the exact letter of the law. That doesn't mean Kobach violated the law, my friend.

So aside from not being able to follow the law, the totally serious suggestion (that will likely be followed) is for the KS Democratic Party to just ignore the office that runs elections.

Can't say I'm surprised and I can't say that they've "stooped" this low; this is simply par for the course.

Px: Stop whining, Phil

Good. We're all satisfied here.

But now, seriously... stop whining, Phil.

Haha, could you imagine the head explosion if a state Republican Party pulled this stunt?

"LAWLESS RETHUGS! KOCH BROS!!!"

Not that any of this will matter. Just going to make the Kansas Dems look even more pathetic when Roberts wins.

Can't wait until your smugness gets washed off your face when Roberts get trounced by double digits.

Please. Tell me more about smugness. I figured you'd give a good lesson. Smiley
25  Other Elections - Analysis and Discussion / Congressional Elections / Re: KS-Sen: Taylor drops out on: September 19, 2014, 07:07:09 am
So aside from not being able to follow the law, the totally serious suggestion (that will likely be followed) is for the KS Democratic Party to just ignore the office that runs elections.

Can't say I'm surprised and I can't say that they've "stooped" this low; this is simply par for the course.

Px: Stop whining, Phil

Good. We're all satisfied here.

But now, seriously... stop whining, Phil.

Haha, could you imagine the head explosion if a state Republican Party pulled this stunt?

"LAWLESS RETHUGS! KOCH BROS!!!"

Not that any of this will matter. Just going to make the Kansas Dems look even more pathetic when Roberts wins.
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