[Vision2020] Joe LIKES Bananas
joekc at adelphia.net
Mon Sep 11 17:50:54 PDT 2006
Deacon, in all due respect, this post only makes me believe that those nasty rumors floating around town that Kirkers have no problem lying to non-Kirkers are true.
Did you not post a message awhile back with the heading "Joe Campbell strikes out"? Did you not follow that with the recent post -- “Joe goes bananas” -- which happened also to follow a post by me that was critical of NSA? It is almost as if you actually believe that those silly rhetorical techniques that you learned at school will work here, outside in the real world. They don't. We can all see right through that crap.
I'm not upset about any of this. I'm just illustrating what happens when we play these same childish games. None of these posts are a product of any anger on my part. It is all just fun and games, CC-style. If you can’t beat them, join them. Right?
If you want me to treat you with respect, you'll have to return the favor. And that will begin with an apology and end with your not so cleverly veiled insults. Let's just talk about the issues and leave it at that.
---- Deacon James <deaconblues42 at gmail.com> wrote:
I still don't know what you are talking about. Every post you make is a non
sequitur. I don't know why you're so upset. Take a chill-pill, man.
First of all, I'm not even sure what issue I was first to bring up. Shoot,
all I know is that you start talking about fannies, and then J. Woolfinford
starts talking about particular people's posteriors, and before you know it,
you're ready to start handing someone one in the eye. That escalated really
Second, I don't know where all of the "snotty, rude, insulting remarks made
toward liberals" are to be found. I don't think there's anything to get
worked up about. I don't know, though. Maybe you've just been having a rough
time a work or something?
Lastly, I know that you can resort to adolescent name-calling, but I'd like
to ask you not to. It's not becoming of you. You're better than this, Joe.
Hope that helps, buddy. Let me know if there's anything I can do for you.
On 9/11/06, Joe Campbell <joekc at adelphia.net> wrote:
> Can we keep in mind that Deacon was the first to post on this issue. Is
> your point, David, that when conservatives make snotty, rude, insulting
> remarks toward liberals that that is OK but when liberals return the favor
> it is not?
> I just want to understand what the rules are. You let me know what they
> are and I'll adapt. If you want to have informed discussions about issues I
> can do that. If you want to resort to adolesent name-calling I can do that,
> I understand that you think that the rules work differently for all of you
> then they do for folks like me but that, in a nut-shell, is my major problem
> with the CC/NSA gang to begin with.
> Time for a sports update!
> Joe Campbell
> ---- David Williams <davidwilliams365 at hotmail.com> wrote:
> Ooohh, a salvo from Joe Campbell. What a zinger. Ummmm... I'd recommend
> more thought invested next time around. Looks like someone FINALLY got
> under his skin. Another victory for the Sports Boyz, or whatever J calls
> >From: Joe Campbell <joekc at adelphia.net>
> >To: Deacon James <deaconblues42 at gmail.com>
> >CC: viz <vision2020 at moscow.com>
> >Subject: Re: [Vision2020] Joe Goes Bananas
> >Date: Sun, 10 Sep 2006 7:40:23 -0700
> >Man, Deacon, it must take you hours to find references of baseball guys
> >named 'Joe' to make your posts! I mean, it is such an unusual name!
> >Earlier today I googled "Deacon kisses butt" but I didn't come up with
> >anything. I'll keep trying!
> >Joe Campbell
> >---- Deacon James <deaconblues42 at gmail.com> wrote:
> >Joe "Bananas" Benes was called up in 1931 by the St. Louis Cardinals. As
> >infielder (2B, 3B, SS), he had 12 at-bats in a total of 10 games. During
> >that time, he batted .167 (2 for 12), and had a .955 fielding percentage.
> >Though Joe Bananas wasn't around to enjoy it, the 1931 Cardinals, led by
> >outfielder Chick Hafey, went on to win the World Series.
> >Take care,
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