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I read Atlas Shrugged in junior high during my dope smoking days.

There's a shock! I think I'll fall over dead of that shock! Civet, YOU used to smoke dope? Say it isn't so!
Judging from your posts I'd say those days aren't quite over!
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People die every day, so they get scared in thier McMansions. so what.

Apparently you only abhore violence when it's perpetrated against terrorists. Innocent Americans are fair game as long as they disagree with you or have made the mistake of being wealthy eh Civet? The usual double standard of the left. You hate violence except in your cause. Uncle Joe would be proud.

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Uhm ... Expatriate I read things other than when I'm in school, and I started reading at a very young age, no TV.

For Atlas Shrugged it's good to be high, because the same thing is said in every chapter, slayer of strawmen over and over, overly dramatized propaganda myth by a true believer in a utopian cause. It's also written for someone with an eighth grade reading level, perfect for the wingers, (even you buns boy)

Said nothing about killing rich folks with pitchforks, only that amongst a world of disease, and war, I really don't care if some rich person is afeared in Westport. I feel for them just like they feel for me. Nada. Besides Obama says it's not cool to beat them up and take their lunch money.

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With time, I could dig through your painful posts

Be my guest, wire tapping is just something I never get worked up abouit, it pales next to disemboweling taxi drivers. You probably just meant the figurative "you" like all you nasty liberals get off my lawn.

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This is your brain = Expatriate

This is your brain on drugs = Civetcat

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Winger wrote,

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It's also written for someone with an eighth grade reading level, perfect for the wingers, (even you buns boy)

Considering your own lack of ability to even use spell check or put together a sentence, I take no offense in your asinine rants. Only amusement. This is why your opinions have no credibility.

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civetcat wrote:
..............in junior high during my dope smoking days.

Laugh Laugh Oh boy could I go with this one, but ....naww. Laugh

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Written at an 8th grade level? Wow -- you obviously don't have a clue about literature or effective use of the English language. Your level of intellect when it comes to analyzing literature is betrayed by your recommendation, "It's good to be high" when reading it.

I've known people who got high a lot who thought "Fraggle Rock" was the epitome of surrealistic comedy, or who thought they could have conversations with trees. I imagine you had to get high to read "Atlas Shrugged" because you preferred a wild fantasy to trying to face the realities it addresses.

You remind me of my sister-in-law, who watched "The Piano" and summed up the movie's conflict as "She's mad because he left her piano on the beach." You probably think "Animal Farm" is about farm animals, don't you?

By the way, I'm still waiting for an answer on the ACORN thread. Now that you're painted in a corner, are you just hoping it'll go away?