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Good for them.









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Butt hurt democtats.

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Joanimaroni wrote:Butt hurt democtats.

Prolapsed rectum joaniphoni

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Joanimaroni wrote:Butt hurt democtats.




Strong Catholic values.

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Joanimaroni wrote:Butt hurt democtats.


Strong Catholic values.

Right. Just too bad there weren't more of them.

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Typical butthurt snowflakes. The world of work is going to be hell for them.

In fairness, has anyone ever stayed until the end of any pence speech?
Or stayed awake.?

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It was 50 or 60 out of 3000 so it is what it is

Waiting wrote:It was 50 or 60 out of 3000 so it is what it is


It was more than 100 so you're a liar.

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panhandler wrote:In fairness, has anyone ever stayed until the end of any pence speech?
Or stayed awake.?



He reminds me of Clutch Cargo.

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He has always reminded me of this guy:




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Floridatexan wrote:He has always reminded me of this guy:







Yeah him too but with less emotion, like a zombi version of that guy.

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del.capslock wrote:
Waiting wrote:It was 50 or 60 out of 3000 so it is what it is


It was more than 100 so you're a liar.

Ok, split the difference, say 75. 75 out of 3000 is 2.5% and that sir is a giant joke. They all got booed as well.

Waiting wrote:
Ok, split the difference, say 75. 75 out of 3000 is 2.5% and that sir is a giant joke. They all got booed as well.

"Pence’s comments, though, were not heard by about 100 of the 3,171 graduates. As soon as the vice president and former Indiana governor stepped up to the podium — where he spent a chunk of his 15-minute address discussing his support for freedom of speech at universities — students quietly got up from their seats and left Notre Dame Stadium in protest of some of Pence's policy positions."

https://www.usatoday.com/story/news/nation-now/2017/05/21/mike-pence-notre-dame-speech/335083001/

I guess you're wrong again, sonny boy.

And of course the got booed. Notre Dame is the most reactionary of all the Catholic universities. They were the same people blaming the press for exposing the child abuse scandals by priests. The same ultra-conservatives that opposed Civil Rights and supported the Vietnam War and the conflicts in Central America.

Notre Dame and every other Catholic university and school should be shut down, sold and the proceeds given to tens of thousands who have been harmed by that shameful religious organization.

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Waiting wrote:
Ok, split the difference, say 75. 75 out of 3000 is 2.5% and that sir is a giant joke. They all got booed as well.

"Pence’s comments, though, were not heard by about 100 of the 3,171 graduates. As soon as the vice president and former Indiana governor stepped up to the podium — where he spent a chunk of his 15-minute address discussing his support for freedom of speech at universities — students quietly got up from their seats and left Notre Dame Stadium in protest of some of Pence's policy positions."

https://www.usatoday.com/story/news/nation-now/2017/05/21/mike-pence-notre-dame-speech/335083001/

I guess you're wrong again, sonny boy.

And of course the got booed. Notre Dame is the most reactionary of all the Catholic universities. They were the same people blaming the press for exposing the child abuse scandals by priests. The same ultra-conservatives that opposed Civil Rights and supported the Vietnam War and the conflicts in Central America.

Notre Dame and every other Catholic university and school should be shut down, sold and the proceeds given to tens of thousands who have been harmed by that shameful religious organization.


lol! idiot.

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lol! idiot.

Oh, my goodness! Aren't you the clever one!

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Mike Pence as the classic 007 villain in From Russia With Love.

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del.capslock wrote:
Waiting wrote:
Ok, split the difference, say 75. 75 out of 3000 is 2.5% and that sir is a giant joke. They all got booed as well.

"Pence’s comments, though, were not heard by about 100 of the 3,171 graduates. As soon as the vice president and former Indiana governor stepped up to the podium — where he spent a chunk of his 15-minute address discussing his support for freedom of speech at universities — students quietly got up from their seats and left Notre Dame Stadium in protest of some of Pence's policy positions."

https://www.usatoday.com/story/news/nation-now/2017/05/21/mike-pence-notre-dame-speech/335083001/

I guess you're wrong again, sonny boy.

And of course the got booed. Notre Dame is the most reactionary of all the Catholic universities. They were the same people blaming the press for exposing the child abuse scandals by priests. The same ultra-conservatives that opposed Civil Rights and supported the Vietnam War and the conflicts in Central America.

Notre Dame and every other Catholic university and school should be shut down, sold and the proceeds given to tens of thousands who have been harmed by that shameful religious organization.

You want to make it 100 of 3000, ok. Even so, it still shows that the paltry amount that chose to ruin their graduation being disrespectful are just that... disrespectful. In a year it will all be forgotten. I would bet that ND will allow them to take part in any other grad program or reenroll for further study. Tossing out the complaint about what happened wiith priests shows your inability to focus on the topic at hand and is an admittance that for this topic, you've lost the battle. Have your pittance of a 3.3% protest when 96.7% are acting like adults and not ruining a moment that just isn't about them, but about the others who have a right to be there and the families including parents who probably paid for lots of that education only to have to put up with snowflakes ruining the moment for everyone.

Waiting wrote:
You want to make it 100 of 3000, ok. Even so, it still shows that the paltry amount that chose to ruin their graduation being disrespectful are just that... disrespectful. In a year it will all be forgotten. I would bet that ND will allow them to take part in any other grad program or reenroll for further study. Tossing out the complaint about what happened wiith priests shows your inability to focus on the topic at hand and is an admittance that for this topic, you've lost the battle. Have your pittance of a 3.3% protest when 96.7% are acting like adults and not ruining a moment that just isn't about them, but about the others who have a right to be there and the families including parents who probably paid for lots of that education only to have to put up with snowflakes ruining the moment for everyone.

You have the historical perspective of a mayfly and, I suspect, the equivalent historical knowledge. Pence is a fundamentalist Christian, a right-wing ideologue and a deeply evil person. They were perfectly right to walk out on him. He certainly had a right to speak but NO right to compel others to listen to him.

If you had any understanding of non-violent protest and the force of civil disobedience you would understand. Obviously you know nothing about the history of your country. They didn't ruin any moment--if they did anything they showed the power of conscience in the face of overwhelming pressure to conform. It's the graduates and the parents that DIDN'T walk out that should be ashamed.

I doubt seriously if any of the heroic students who walked out are worried in the least about not being able to continue studying at Notre Dame. I would be surprised if in the future they even want to admit they attended such a dishonorable institution.

The black kids that first sat-in at Woolworth's lunch counter in Greensboro were similarly condemned by the defenders of the status quo including their own parents. History has proven them correct. You, obviously would have been among the reactionary opponents of that movement. It is YOU who should be ashamed for defending pomp and circumstance above conscience!

I anxiously await your return from Yeshiva this afternoon to hear your silly response.

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del.capslock wrote:
Waiting wrote:
You want to make it 100 of 3000, ok. Even so, it still shows that the paltry amount that chose to ruin their graduation being disrespectful are just that... disrespectful. In a year it will all be forgotten. I would bet that ND will allow them to take part in any other grad program or reenroll for further study. Tossing out the complaint about what happened wiith priests shows your inability to focus on the topic at hand and is an admittance that for this topic, you've lost the battle. Have your pittance of a 3.3% protest when 96.7% are acting like adults and not ruining a moment that just isn't about them, but about the others who have a right to be there and the families including parents who probably paid for lots of that education only to have to put up with snowflakes ruining the moment for everyone.

You have the historical perspective of a mayfly and, I suspect, the equivalent historical knowledge. Pence is a fundamentalist Christian, a right-wing ideologue and a deeply evil person. They were perfectly right to walk out on him. He certainly had a right to speak but NO right to compel others to listen to him.

If you had any understanding of non-violent protest and the force of civil disobedience you would understand. Obviously you know nothing about the history of your country. They didn't ruin any moment--if they did anything they showed the power of conscience in the face of overwhelming pressure to conform. It's the graduates and the parents that DIDN'T walk out that should be ashamed.

I doubt seriously if any of the heroic students who walked out are worried in the least about not being able to continue studying at Notre Dame. I would be surprised if in the future they even want to admit they attended such a dishonorable institution.

The black kids that first sat-in at Woolworth's lunch counter in Greensboro were similarly condemned by the defenders of the status quo including their own parents. History has proven them correct. You, obviously would have been among the reactionary opponents of that movement. It is YOU who should be ashamed for defending pomp and circumstance above conscience!

I anxiously await your return from Yeshiva this afternoon to hear your silly response.

Looks like your analogy of a school graduation walkout to the civil rights movement falls quite short.

Waiting wrote:
Looks like your analogy of a school graduation walkout to the civil rights movement falls quite short.

I didn't draw an analogy between the walk-out and the civil rights movement. I drew an analogy between the walk-out and a single protest in Greensboro.

You, obviously, are unable to defend your reactionary nonsense so you resort to falsehoods.

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Waiting wrote:
Looks like your analogy of a school graduation walkout to the civil rights movement falls quite short.

I didn't draw an analogy between the walk-out and the civil rights movement. I drew an analogy between the walk-out and a single protest in Greensboro.

You, obviously, are unable to defend your reactionary nonsense so you resort to falsehoods.

Woolworth's lunch counter in Greensboro....the start of the movement for civil rights.

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del.capslock wrote:
Waiting wrote:
Looks like your analogy of a school graduation walkout to the civil rights movement falls quite short.

I didn't draw an analogy between the walk-out and the civil rights movement. I drew an analogy between the walk-out and a single protest in Greensboro.

You, obviously, are unable to defend your reactionary nonsense so you resort to falsehoods.

That's rich. You're the one changing the topic in every thread when you get your facts shown as lies.

del.capslock wrote:
Waiting wrote:
Looks like your analogy of a school graduation walkout to the civil rights movement falls quite short.

I didn't draw an analogy between the walk-out and the civil rights movement. I drew an analogy between the walk-out and a single protest in Greensboro.

You, obviously, are unable to defend your reactionary nonsense so you resort to falsehoods.

Woolworth's lunch counter in Greensboro....the start of the movement for civil rights.

http://www.npr.org/templates/story/story.php?storyId=18615556

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Joanimaroni wrote:

Woolworth's lunch counter in Greensboro....the start of the movement for civil rights.

http://www.npr.org/templates/story/story.php?storyId=18615556

I know it was the START of the civil rights movement. My point, which you are to dense to grasp was that it wasn't the WHOLE civil rights movement which is what idiot boy claimed.

Try to keep up, granny.

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