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Offline TboneAgain

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For several months now, I have seen a Muslima in her garb shopping at the same grocery store where I shop.  She always has a little boy with her who is not required to wear any ridiculous garb, as a little Muslim girl would be, but is dressed as an American.  When I see this idiot, I always make it a point to get a package of pork chops in my basket to place in hers surrepticiously when I have the chance.  But the little boy is usually watching me so I haven't been able to do it yet.  One of these days I will, though, and it will be a beautiful day when I hear her shriek at the check out counter.

So it ends up that I have been eating a lot of pork chops, which I love anyway.  I think if Muslims ate a few pork chops, they would be happier and more civilized people.

The other day, I saw an article about a restaurant somewhere that serves a thick bacon and potato based soup (chowder style) in a bowl or cup that is fashioned from strips of cooked bacon. Yeah, you eat the bowl as you go. Nummy nummy nummy.  :tounge:

That said, I'm not sure I like your approach to the Muslim shopper. Hey, she thinks pork is unclean. So what? Putting a package of pork chops in her cart when she's not looking seems kinda petty and actually in-her-face mean to me. Kinda like if she larded (pardon me) your cart with a burqa and some cold cream and fingernail polish remover.
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For several months now, I have seen a Muslima in her garb shopping at the same grocery store where I shop.  She always has a little boy with her who is not required to wear any ridiculous garb, as a little Muslim girl would be, but is dressed as an American.  When I see this idiot, I always make it a point to get a package of pork chops in my basket to place in hers surrepticiously when I have the chance.  But the little boy is usually watching me so I haven't been able to do it yet.  One of these days I will, though, and it will be a beautiful day when I hear her shriek at the check out counter.

So it ends up that I have been eating a lot of pork chops, which I love anyway.  I think if Muslims ate a few pork chops, they would be happier and more civilized people.
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Tell the kid there's a camel in the parking lot, then slip them on the bottom of her cart, be sure and have the butcher wrap them in plain white paper first. :biggrin:
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I believe you are on the right track. Obama is becoming more bold because he is rarely challenged and when he is it is not the really important issues. It is up to the GOP just stand up to him. He is a bully and bullies usually retreat when confronted.

Well said and better than I said it as well. :smile:

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Believe me I get what you're saying and I actually agree with it.  What I disagree with is the premise that we should play by the rules and this is important...at this stage.  I get the "two wrongs don't make a right" concept.  We however are playing catch-up and we are way behind.  In 6 short years Obama has reeked more destruction than any good that has been had over decades.

I think we are on the same page but merely disagree on the tactics.  :smile: I don't claim to have all the answers but we need something bold and more dramatic.  It sounds cliche but time is truly of the essence.
I agree  :cool: and respectfully disagree! Not to get all preachy, bible thumpin on you, but... "What should it profit a man if he should gain the whole world, yet lose his soul in the bargain".  The only way we return to being the America that we love so much, is to play by the rules to get power...That's is what turns one time Conservatives into RINO's; Not playing by the rules may be a short cut to achieving power, but it undermines the country and makes a mokery of everything in our Founding documents and makes hypocrites of us all!

 (with all due respect....don't be led "into temptation"!  oops: preachy again!  :rolleyes:)
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