IPB

Welcome Guest ( Log In | Register )

3 Pages V  < 1 2 3 >  
Reply to this topicStart new topic
> Congressman Ron Paul, Does anyone like any of his views?
demon
post Apr 27 2011, 01:17 AM
Post #21


Capo
*********

Group: Members
Posts: 1,084
Joined: 29-August 08
From: underworld
Member No.: 42,672



QUOTE (bOnEs @ Aug 6 2010, 05:27 PM) *
taking guns away from the citizens gives the gov't the ability to control us...

Like the government aren't controlling the people already? They control the law and thus they do control the people. I don't see how this could change if citizens were without guns.

I don't disagree with you in this debate as a whole, but I don't buy that particular argument.


--------------------
The new GTA 5 website. GTA 5 forums.
QUOTE (Marney1 @ Jan 31 2010, 06:37 AM) *

That's for you ^
Use it in your sig or avatar because you are very special.

QUOTE (TF)
for being a little bitch
Edited by TF.
Achievements
Go to the top of the page
 
+Quote Post
GTA_SA
post Jun 12 2011, 02:17 PM
Post #22


Pickpocket
*

Group: Members
Posts: 106
Joined: 7-July 05
From: Britain, England
Member No.: 18,338



Ron Paul is running again.

It will have to be the young people who get him to the whitehouse.

I still think his foreign policy is still a good ticket, though it won't be enough for many out there.

I read about a Marine Jesse Goodell who served in the Mortuary in Taqaddam in Iraq, a base the current Senator John Kerry visited in 2004. That year Mrs Goodell served there having the job to collect and examine and catalogue dead Marines from the battlefield. It was a grisily task, very.

She had to collect dead body parts and place them into body bags and into freezers prior to working out what body part went where and to who.

That was a chilling read, the article I read from Alternet.org Having Read that makes more of a pacifist.

She published her book called "Shade it Black"

I don't intend in purchasing the book as I certainly read enough to make me anti war. I have been for a long time, so it isn't anything new, but it just reinforces that belief I have.


--------------------
President lamar's attack on the cherokee Indian tribe in Texas in 1839 was a stupid mistake, but distrust and violence existed on both sides. Texans, Mexicans and Natives all competing for the land of Texas.

"in a state[Texas] noted for strength"~JFK

Achievements
Go to the top of the page
 
+Quote Post
GTA_SA
post Jan 2 2012, 02:14 PM
Post #23


Pickpocket
*

Group: Members
Posts: 106
Joined: 7-July 05
From: Britain, England
Member No.: 18,338



Will Ron Paul change the race? Iwoa state is the first stop in the Republican primaries.

I think some of his views do need to be taken seriously. He could win and not make a big difference domestically, but his foreign policy attitude seems much more humble than anyone else, and not forgetting his respect for the Veterans of the military has meant he has received the most money from them than any other contestant.



--------------------
President lamar's attack on the cherokee Indian tribe in Texas in 1839 was a stupid mistake, but distrust and violence existed on both sides. Texans, Mexicans and Natives all competing for the land of Texas.

"in a state[Texas] noted for strength"~JFK

Achievements
Go to the top of the page
 
+Quote Post
demon
post Jan 2 2012, 02:23 PM
Post #24


Capo
*********

Group: Members
Posts: 1,084
Joined: 29-August 08
From: underworld
Member No.: 42,672



Ron Paul, the name sounds familiar, as does all the other names. But I don't know him. Maybe I have read his program but I'm not sure.


--------------------
The new GTA 5 website. GTA 5 forums.
QUOTE (Marney1 @ Jan 31 2010, 06:37 AM) *

That's for you ^
Use it in your sig or avatar because you are very special.

QUOTE (TF)
for being a little bitch
Edited by TF.
Achievements
Go to the top of the page
 
+Quote Post
GTA_SA
post Jan 2 2012, 02:33 PM
Post #25


Pickpocket
*

Group: Members
Posts: 106
Joined: 7-July 05
From: Britain, England
Member No.: 18,338



Well here is a clip from the not to distant past.

You like Ron Paul except on foreign policy


--------------------
President lamar's attack on the cherokee Indian tribe in Texas in 1839 was a stupid mistake, but distrust and violence existed on both sides. Texans, Mexicans and Natives all competing for the land of Texas.

"in a state[Texas] noted for strength"~JFK

Achievements
Go to the top of the page
 
+Quote Post
demon
post Jan 3 2012, 01:59 PM
Post #26


Capo
*********

Group: Members
Posts: 1,084
Joined: 29-August 08
From: underworld
Member No.: 42,672



Ron Paul has some good ideas, like reducing the state bureaucracy, but he's too radical for me. I don't see him as a pure republican. I think I like Mitt Romney and that woman, Bachman?

Ron Paul seek to isolate USA and close most of the military bases around the world. I don't like this, those bases helps keep your allies safe. I don't know if I want USA as the world police, but I like the US better than the UN.


--------------------
The new GTA 5 website. GTA 5 forums.
QUOTE (Marney1 @ Jan 31 2010, 06:37 AM) *

That's for you ^
Use it in your sig or avatar because you are very special.

QUOTE (TF)
for being a little bitch
Edited by TF.
Achievements
Go to the top of the page
 
+Quote Post
GTA_SA
post Jan 3 2012, 03:11 PM
Post #27


Pickpocket
*

Group: Members
Posts: 106
Joined: 7-July 05
From: Britain, England
Member No.: 18,338



Nations can defend themselves, they can try and work out their own problems.

His views are republican as such as having a better foreign policy. Remember Reagan withdrew the soldiers from lebanon in 1983 because it was a mistake to go.

I would never want US soldiers stationed here in England first and foremost. I would never want another nation to maintain a base here.

Candidates like Romney and Bachman only want to continue the status quo.

America cannot continue spending like it has, Rome collapsed not because it was invaded, but the economics wasn't sound. The traitors were there, in Rome, the senators destroyed their republic.


--------------------
President lamar's attack on the cherokee Indian tribe in Texas in 1839 was a stupid mistake, but distrust and violence existed on both sides. Texans, Mexicans and Natives all competing for the land of Texas.

"in a state[Texas] noted for strength"~JFK

Achievements
Go to the top of the page
 
+Quote Post
demon
post Jan 4 2012, 01:25 PM
Post #28


Capo
*********

Group: Members
Posts: 1,084
Joined: 29-August 08
From: underworld
Member No.: 42,672



Is Ron Paul still in the race? I don't know how well (or bad) he did in Iowa, but I do know he's not one of the two who did best. Iowa isn't that important, but if he did terribly bad then maybe he's out of the race.

I'm quite pleased with the result.



--------------------
The new GTA 5 website. GTA 5 forums.
QUOTE (Marney1 @ Jan 31 2010, 06:37 AM) *

That's for you ^
Use it in your sig or avatar because you are very special.

QUOTE (TF)
for being a little bitch
Edited by TF.
Achievements
Go to the top of the page
 
+Quote Post
GTA_SA
post Jan 6 2012, 04:32 PM
Post #29


Pickpocket
*

Group: Members
Posts: 106
Joined: 7-July 05
From: Britain, England
Member No.: 18,338



Ron Paul came third in Iowan results. New Hampshire will be another eye opener on him.

Soldier speaks up for Ron Paul

Media people talk about Ron Paul, they'd lose their Jobs. They fear this man!


--------------------
President lamar's attack on the cherokee Indian tribe in Texas in 1839 was a stupid mistake, but distrust and violence existed on both sides. Texans, Mexicans and Natives all competing for the land of Texas.

"in a state[Texas] noted for strength"~JFK

Achievements
Go to the top of the page
 
+Quote Post
demon
post Jan 6 2012, 10:42 PM
Post #30


Capo
*********

Group: Members
Posts: 1,084
Joined: 29-August 08
From: underworld
Member No.: 42,672



In his private finances, Ron Paul is betting on full scale economic meltdown lol.


The following is a quote from The Wall Street Journal.




Republican presidential candidate Rep. Ron Paul marches to his own drummer in politics – and in his investment portfolio, too.

Here at Total Return, we’ve looked at hundreds of the annual financial-disclosure forms in which the members of Congress reveal their assets and trades – and we’ve never seen a more unorthodox portfolio than Ron Paul’s. (In fact, The Wall Street Journal revealed problematic trading in Congress more than a year and a half before the “60 Minutes” episode that recently raised a ruckus over the same topic, but that’s another matter.)

According to data available through his 2010 “Form A” financial disclosure statement, filed last May, Rep. Paul’s portfolio is valued between $2.44 million and $5.46 million. (Congressional disclosures are given in ranges, not precise amounts.)

Most members of Congress, like many Americans, hold some real estate, a few bonds or bond mutual funds, some individual stocks and a bundle of stock funds. Give or take a few percentage points, a typical Congressional portfolio might have 10% in cash, 10% in bonds or bond funds, 20% in real estate, and 60% in stocks or stock funds.

But Ron Paul’s portfolio isn’t merely different. It’s shockingly different.

Yes, about 21% of Rep. Paul’s holdings are in real estate and roughly 14% in cash. But he owns no bonds or bond funds and has only 0.1% in stock funds. Furthermore, the stock funds that Rep. Paul does own are all “short,” or make bets against, U.S. stocks. One is a “double inverse” fund that, on a daily basis, goes up twice as much as its stock benchmark goes down.

The remainder of Rep. Paul’s portfolio – fully 64% of his assets – is entirely in gold and silver mining stocks. He owns no Apple, no ExxonMobil, no Procter & Gamble, no General Electric, no Johnson & Johnson, not even a diversified mutual fund that holds a broad basket of stocks. Rep. Paul doesn’t own stock in any major companies at all except big precious-metals stocks like Barrick Gold, Goldcorp and Newmont Mining.

Rep. Paul also owns 23 other miners – many of them smaller, Canadian-based “juniors” whose stocks are highly risky. Ten of these stocks have total market valuations of less than $500 million, a common definition of a “microcap” stock. Mr. Paul has between $100,010 and $326,000 (roughly 5% of his assets) invested in these tiny, extremely volatile stocks.

Rep. Paul appears to be a strict buy-and-hold investor who rarely trades; he has held many of his mining stocks since at least 2002. But, as gold and silver prices have fallen sharply since September, precious-metals equities have also taken a pounding, with many dropping 20% or more. That exposes the risk in making a big bet on one narrow sector.

At our request, William Bernstein, an investment manager at Efficient Portfolio Advisors in Eastford, Conn., reviewed Rep. Paul’s portfolio as set out in the annual disclosure statement. Mr. Bernstein says he has never seen such an extreme bet on economic catastrophe. ”This portfolio is a half-step away from a cellar-full of canned goods and nine-millimeter rounds,” he says.

There are many possible doomsday scenarios for the U.S. economy and financial markets, explains Mr. Bernstein, and Rep. Paul’s portfolio protects against only one of them: unexpected inflation accompanied by a collapse in the value of the dollar. If deflation (to name one other possibility) occurs instead, “this portfolio is at great risk” because of its lack of bonds and high exposure to gold.

Running an investment portfolio that protects against only one bad outcome is like living in California and buying homeowner’s insurance that protects only against earthquakes, says Mr. Bernstein. You also want protection against fire and wind and theft and the full range of risks that houses are prone to. Likewise, he adds, investors should hold a broad mix of assets that will hold up under a variety of good and bad scenarios.

A spokeswoman for Rep. Paul didn’t respond to requests for comment. But you can say this for Ron Paul: In investing, as in politics, he has the courage of his convictions.

-- End of quote --


Paul looks like a funny old geezer on the photo. biggrin.gif I think I like him better than his politics.

This post has been edited by demon: Jan 6 2012, 10:46 PM


--------------------
The new GTA 5 website. GTA 5 forums.
QUOTE (Marney1 @ Jan 31 2010, 06:37 AM) *

That's for you ^
Use it in your sig or avatar because you are very special.

QUOTE (TF)
for being a little bitch
Edited by TF.
Achievements
Go to the top of the page
 
+Quote Post
GTA_SA
post Jan 7 2012, 03:53 PM
Post #31


Pickpocket
*

Group: Members
Posts: 106
Joined: 7-July 05
From: Britain, England
Member No.: 18,338



So Mr Paul doesn't seem to interest you?

If you have ever fought in war, you'd know it was pretty nasty. He has a good message and he seems to be the only one with some sort of change.

I'm more socialist leaning, so his ideas don't flow with me, but his honest message and a better foreign policy is what got me interested in him back in 2007. I watched his campaign all the way until I didn't have web access, but by then he wasn't going to be the golden ticket.

If Paul doesn't prove very good within one term, people can always vote for somebody else.

The biggest problem with human nature is calousness, and ignorance. I hope Mr Paul can restore some sense of care, the care to avoid conflicts and set an example as a Union of states with a great political history and experience.


--------------------
President lamar's attack on the cherokee Indian tribe in Texas in 1839 was a stupid mistake, but distrust and violence existed on both sides. Texans, Mexicans and Natives all competing for the land of Texas.

"in a state[Texas] noted for strength"~JFK

Achievements
Go to the top of the page
 
+Quote Post
demon
post Jan 7 2012, 07:15 PM
Post #32


Capo
*********

Group: Members
Posts: 1,084
Joined: 29-August 08
From: underworld
Member No.: 42,672



But I want more wars, the fact I was angry about the attack on Libya and Serbia was just because those were wrong wars. I hope the US will be on the right side next time they engage in war. But Ron Paul doesn't seem to be willing to engage in any wars at all. It's better than being at war on the wrong side, though.

I just noticed that this topic was started 1.5 years ago, was it known if Paul would become a candidate then?


--------------------
The new GTA 5 website. GTA 5 forums.
QUOTE (Marney1 @ Jan 31 2010, 06:37 AM) *

That's for you ^
Use it in your sig or avatar because you are very special.

QUOTE (TF)
for being a little bitch
Edited by TF.
Achievements
Go to the top of the page
 
+Quote Post
GTA_SA
post Jan 8 2012, 03:09 PM
Post #33


Pickpocket
*

Group: Members
Posts: 106
Joined: 7-July 05
From: Britain, England
Member No.: 18,338



At the time, no, it wasn't for sure if he would campaign again, but he will avoid trying to get elected to Congress this year. So his time will be for the whitehouse.

You want more conflict? Just to be on the winning side of history.

Years ago, when I was a much younger, I was ten years old back in school. There was one kid in my class who came from what we now call the Kosovan republic or nation. Had that conflict been left to continue would his family of remained safe. I don't know.

I knew him all the way up untill Sixteen, times change and people etc

It isn't until you meet sombody from a province ravaged by conflict does these views enter your mind, what if the conflict was never resolved.

A lot of Kosovan women got raped, and as Kosovo was a very conservative society, the women who were assaulted were shunned by their husbands or family. Men are the bastards of the world, they kill and rape, yet they go further in some places and push away those who have been violated in the most disgusting ways.

When I read the book, Lonely Soldier: The private war of women serving In Iraq, it was a book about five women who were all American, and they had faced rape, and racism and sexism. For white women it was rape, well and one of Native American descendency and Mexican.

Eli painted Crow Interview - 2009

Eli Painted Crow spoke back in 2006 - Eli painted Crow 2006 Women for Veterans

There were reports of young women who were meeting with recruiters that they'd get unwanted sexual advances or concessions for sex in return. Some could be lies and rumours, but who knows.

But myself being, 22 years old, I hold a different view on conflict, that my country shouldn't get into conflict unless it is a direct attack.

This post has been edited by GTA_SA: Jan 8 2012, 03:10 PM


--------------------
President lamar's attack on the cherokee Indian tribe in Texas in 1839 was a stupid mistake, but distrust and violence existed on both sides. Texans, Mexicans and Natives all competing for the land of Texas.

"in a state[Texas] noted for strength"~JFK

Achievements
Go to the top of the page
 
+Quote Post
demon
post Jan 8 2012, 08:36 PM
Post #34


Capo
*********

Group: Members
Posts: 1,084
Joined: 29-August 08
From: underworld
Member No.: 42,672



The Balkans could be a topic of its own, but I don't think I want to debate it. You recognize Kosovo as a nation and I do not recognize it, let's just leave it at that. And I agree that men are the bastards of the world.

Here is a follow-up article on the previous Ron Paul article I posted.
Quoting Jason Zweig in The Wall Street Journal:

Our recent post on Ron Paulís personal investment portfolio drew a torrent of comment from readers. In this post, weíll try to cover the main points they raised.

As a financial journalist (and registered Independent), I donít take sides in political campaigns. But, in more than 20 years as an investing reporter, Iíve never seen a more unorthodox portfolio than Rep. Paulís: no bonds at all, no mainstream stocks or mutual funds (other than three funds that ďshort sell,Ē or bet against, U.S. stocks), and 64% of all assets in the shares of companies that mine silver and gold.

Its distinctiveness alone makes Rep. Paulís portfolio worth writing, and reading, about. But his investing approach is also noteworthy for another reason: because it points toward a profound lesson about diversification.

Many of Rep. Paulís supporters protested, in their comments, that his portfolio has already been vindicated by its performance.

It isnít that simple.

Congressional financial-disclosure forms report holdings only in wide dollar ranges (for example, $15,001 to $50,000). If Rep. Paul owned gold bullion, estimating his investment performance would be fairly easy. But he doesnít; he owns gold-mining stocks instead. And since the size of each stock holding is disclosed only within a broad band of valuation, thereís no way an outside observer can derive a long-term rate of return for Rep. Paulís portfolio (or for any other member of Congress, for that matter). We did ask for comment, but his office didnít respond.

There isnít much doubt that Rep. Paulís portfolio has outperformed the U.S. stock market as a whole. Ten years ago, the NYSE Arca Gold BUGS Index, a basket of stocks in mining companies, was at $65; this week, itís at $522. Thatís roughly a 23% average annual return; over the past decade, by contrast, the Standard & Poorís 500-stock index, counting dividends, has returned some 2.9% annually.

Yet we would argue that performance alone canít tell you whether an investment approach is sensible or not. After all, over the 10 years ended Dec. 31, 1999, Internet stocks far outperformed most other investments. That didnít ensure that they would continue to do so in the years to come, and it certainly didnít mean that it was prudent to put all or most of your money into stocks like Pets.com or eToys Inc.

Likewise, over the decade ended Dec. 31, 1989, Japanese stocks outperformed just about all other financial assets worldwide. But the Land of the Rising Sun very quickly became the Land of the Sinking Stocks, and anyone who kept most of his money in Japanese stocks has spent the last two decades kicking himself.

The same has been true of countless other assets at many other times and places.

In each of those cases, just as those assets were cresting in price, the people who owned them declared that their past performance proved that they were ďrightĒ to make huge bets on them. History proved them wrong.

In short, investing isnít just about maximizing your upside if you turn out to be right. Itís also about minimizing your downside if you turn out to be wrong. Putting two-thirds of all your assets into one concentrated bet is a great idea if the future plays out just as you imagine it will Ė but a rotten idea if the future turns out to be full of surprises.

Thatís why most investors diversify: to get cheap insurance against the two greatest risks we face.

One is the danger of other peopleís ignorance and error: that governments will pursue reckless policies, that corporations will be run into the ground, that speculators will drive valuations of assets to euphoric highs and miserable lows. This is the kind of risk that Rep. Paul has insured against, so far very successfully.

The second risk is the danger of our own ignorance and error: that we will underestimate the resilience of people and markets, that we will mistake likelihoods for certainties, that we ourselves will be swept up in manias and dragged down into depression when markets go mad. Above all, it is the simple risk that we will end up so sure of our own view of the world that the future is certain to catch us by surprise. And this is the risk that Rep. Paulís portfolio doesnít appear to insure against at all.

Rep. Paulís supporters admire him for the consistency of his political views. But if the future happens to unfold in ways he doesnít expect, then his hot investment portfolio is likely to go cold in a hurry.

End of quote.

So he's a little crazy managing his own funds, what about managing the American economy?


--------------------
The new GTA 5 website. GTA 5 forums.
QUOTE (Marney1 @ Jan 31 2010, 06:37 AM) *

That's for you ^
Use it in your sig or avatar because you are very special.

QUOTE (TF)
for being a little bitch
Edited by TF.
Achievements
Go to the top of the page
 
+Quote Post
GTA_SA
post Jan 9 2012, 03:31 PM
Post #35


Pickpocket
*

Group: Members
Posts: 106
Joined: 7-July 05
From: Britain, England
Member No.: 18,338



That can't be the only position against him.

The way I see it, is he could end up like Barack, trying to change and not getting any change. Promise change and change can't be delivered the way Barack wants to see change, but many people don't agree with his views.

Paul was talking about the housing bubble collapse back in 2003. Check out Ron Paul classics on youtube.

Btw, the fact that Kosovo or Kosava became a nation doesn't really interest me, it became what it became and that is the reality that has to be dealth with by it's neighbours and the world. There isn't much to be said. A kosovan problem, or it's neighbours problem.


--------------------
President lamar's attack on the cherokee Indian tribe in Texas in 1839 was a stupid mistake, but distrust and violence existed on both sides. Texans, Mexicans and Natives all competing for the land of Texas.

"in a state[Texas] noted for strength"~JFK

Achievements
Go to the top of the page
 
+Quote Post
demon
post Jan 9 2012, 07:05 PM
Post #36


Capo
*********

Group: Members
Posts: 1,084
Joined: 29-August 08
From: underworld
Member No.: 42,672



Being liberal is not always bad, but I think Paul is a bit too much. Wasn't he in another party before he became republican? And I think it's important to define marriage as a union between man and woman, Paul seems to think that anything is eligible for marriage. It's not normal for a 76 year old man to have that point of view, I think he's smoked too much?

Paul is 76 years old, no one doubt his health? I remember some talk about McCain being too old for the job four years ago. I guess he too was in his 70s.



--------------------
The new GTA 5 website. GTA 5 forums.
QUOTE (Marney1 @ Jan 31 2010, 06:37 AM) *

That's for you ^
Use it in your sig or avatar because you are very special.

QUOTE (TF)
for being a little bitch
Edited by TF.
Achievements
Go to the top of the page
 
+Quote Post
Massacre
post Jan 10 2012, 05:12 AM
Post #37


Warlord of the Wastes.
Group Icon

Group: Gold Member
Posts: 3,141
Joined: 14-October 04
From: Leichenstadt, State of Massacre, in the Warlord Empire
Member No.: 2,470
XBL Gamertag: WarlordMassacre
PSN Name: Warlord_Massacre



QUOTE (demon @ Jan 9 2012, 02:05 PM) *
I think it's important to define marriage as a union between man and woman, Paul seems to think that anything is eligible for marriage. It's not normal for a 76 year old man to have that point of view, I think he's smoked too much?

It's normal for anyone who's not a bigoted asshole to have that point of view.


--------------------
QUOTE (Darth Sexy @ Sep 12 2009, 03:43 AM) *
Massacre, you make me look like a rational, moral, kind person.
QUOTE (Marney1 @ Oct 26 2009, 01:22 PM) *
Massacre - What you've just posted is sick and disturbing...
QUOTE (ViceMan @ Jan 17 2010, 04:22 PM) *
When Massacre is around, everything is violated... Whether it likes it or not.
QUOTE (ViceMan @ Mar 6 2011, 09:40 AM) *
Whenever I think of "human resources" Massacre immediately springs to mind.


Achievements
Go to the top of the page
 
+Quote Post
demon
post Jan 10 2012, 12:25 PM
Post #38


Capo
*********

Group: Members
Posts: 1,084
Joined: 29-August 08
From: underworld
Member No.: 42,672



QUOTE (Massacre @ Jan 10 2012, 06:12 AM) *
QUOTE (demon @ Jan 9 2012, 02:05 PM) *
I think it's important to define marriage as a union between man and woman, Paul seems to think that anything is eligible for marriage. It's not normal for a 76 year old man to have that point of view, I think he's smoked too much?

It's normal for anyone who's not a bigoted asshole to have that point of view.

jesus christ.... wacko.gif


--------------------
The new GTA 5 website. GTA 5 forums.
QUOTE (Marney1 @ Jan 31 2010, 06:37 AM) *

That's for you ^
Use it in your sig or avatar because you are very special.

QUOTE (TF)
for being a little bitch
Edited by TF.
Achievements
Go to the top of the page
 
+Quote Post
Massacre
post Jan 11 2012, 01:54 AM
Post #39


Warlord of the Wastes.
Group Icon

Group: Gold Member
Posts: 3,141
Joined: 14-October 04
From: Leichenstadt, State of Massacre, in the Warlord Empire
Member No.: 2,470
XBL Gamertag: WarlordMassacre
PSN Name: Warlord_Massacre



What a clever counterpoint.


--------------------
QUOTE (Darth Sexy @ Sep 12 2009, 03:43 AM) *
Massacre, you make me look like a rational, moral, kind person.
QUOTE (Marney1 @ Oct 26 2009, 01:22 PM) *
Massacre - What you've just posted is sick and disturbing...
QUOTE (ViceMan @ Jan 17 2010, 04:22 PM) *
When Massacre is around, everything is violated... Whether it likes it or not.
QUOTE (ViceMan @ Mar 6 2011, 09:40 AM) *
Whenever I think of "human resources" Massacre immediately springs to mind.


Achievements
Go to the top of the page
 
+Quote Post
demon
post Jan 11 2012, 01:26 PM
Post #40


Capo
*********

Group: Members
Posts: 1,084
Joined: 29-August 08
From: underworld
Member No.: 42,672



It was an expression of shock, not a counterpoint. Thanks to your language I understood that any counterpoint would be a waste of my time.

This post has been edited by demon: Jan 11 2012, 10:10 PM


--------------------
The new GTA 5 website. GTA 5 forums.
QUOTE (Marney1 @ Jan 31 2010, 06:37 AM) *

That's for you ^
Use it in your sig or avatar because you are very special.

QUOTE (TF)
for being a little bitch
Edited by TF.
Achievements
Go to the top of the page
 
+Quote Post

3 Pages V  < 1 2 3 >
Reply to this topicStart new topic
1 User(s) are reading this topic (1 Guests and 0 Anonymous Users)
0 Members:

 



Lo-Fi Version Time is now: 23rd October 2014 - 09:45 AM

GTA 5 | GTA San Andreas | Red Dead Redemption | GTA 4