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  • Report Abuse senator xenophon was a card carrying member of the liberal party once. but he resigned after his fellow party members 'dropped him it' regarding some corruption involving money. it all boils down to, 'who can you trust'.

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  • Not a wheelgun, 1911 or any manly caliber has showed up yet. virgil xenophon: Yak / Didn't know you'd had any AFNORTH experience-ever make it up to Bodo? ...

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  • MaxDamage: Note the exhausts run aft of the cockpit and passenger cabin, and are pointed downward at the tips .... virgil xenophon: I STILL vote for my Kodiak's.

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  • If you stop and think about it, What ... virgil xenophon: Great, great, introspective stuff-where else may one get those two great philosophers John ... modern educational system.

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  • They did it during the Vietnam war, as did ... virgil xenophon: OldT6 / Well, Obama IS a lawyer, after all, as was that first President to parse the meaning of the ...

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  • XBradTC: My comparison has been that it is like the mayor giving the SWAT team authority to use lethal force to end a ... virgil xenophon: LOL, you're probably right about that, XBrad, helos are natoriously unstable beasts and ...

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  • I bet a mass murderer might have second thoughts about doing something in ... virgil xenophon: SID / Agree.

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  • Brian: Why waste a good seat on a knucklehead like that guy - the 'FO deserves a good one though, for manning ... virgil xenophon: Lex, Michelle: There have been occasional proposals floated at various times and at verious levels ...

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  • Sandman: Four externals and a buddy store, always nice to see that light go from yellow to green at the plugin … virgil xenophon: Yeah, Bribes.

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  • Maybe we can send you over there to meet with the ... virgil xenophon: As I told XBradTC over on his blog one day, when they were fully loaded out super max gross with all ...

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  • "a celebrated greek (sic) general." (citation in list description)

    October 9, 2008