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    I spent some time thinking on this topic Fluff.[the Libyan deal]...and I probably didnt state my case as well as I might have.
    And again...this is my perception:

    The Libyans are attempting to link the payout to flight victims with the US lifting sanctions. Nice move if you fall for it...but I sure wouldnt...and our State Department isnt either.
    They are positioning themselves [via Press Statements] as being in control of this issue.....for obvious reasons. They are seeking payments and rewards....before they have lived up to the parameters of the sanction issue. My position still remains: They are in a position to demand nothing.
    They[Libyans] find themselves in an economic prison and are asking for an early release based on "promised" behavior. Not so fast slim...not so fast....is my reply. Do what you have AGREED to do [dismantle and refute terrorism] and well talk about what WE need to do.

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    Now here is the type of issue that makes my hair hurt.

    I understand both positions...I really do:

    http://www.smh.com.au/articles/2004/...908953694.html

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    What a relief. Ill be able to sleep tonight:

    http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/c...how/404676.cms

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    Originally posted by jimzinsocal on 01-04-2004 at 03:37 PM What a relief. Ill be able to sleep tonight:
    http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/c...how/404676.cms
    Well yeah......but I'm still left wondering if they had time to consumate things b4 the annullment - hopefully for Jason, they did........
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    Originally posted by Fluff n Stuff on 01-04-2004 at 07:06 PM Did she ever get rid of that Cold Sore that Madonna gave her?
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    "My little dog has emotional problems"

    http://www.foxnews.com/story/0,2933,107343,00.html

    Yeah....meet Drs Smith and Wesson....thell have it fixed in no time
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    Originally posted by SteveW on 01-04-2004 at 08:04 PM
    Well yeah......but I'm still left wondering if they had time to consumate things b4 the annullment - hopefully for Jason, they did........
    My cameramen were filming the event:


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    I didnt call her trailor park trash did I?

    Didnt think so.......

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    Originally posted by jimzinsocal on 01-04-2004 at 11:52 PM "My little dog has emotional problems"

    http://www.foxnews.com/story/0,2933,107343,00.html

    Yeah....meet Drs Smith and Wesson....thell have it fixed in no time
    Well, the doggies are NOW clearly a full grown unbridled aggression problem and yes, Dr.'s S&W are probably the only cure left - which is truly unfortunate for the dogs.

    The "Root" of the problem is the inexperienced, stupidassed owner of the dogs for allowing such behaviors to become deep seated.

    I've had some way baddassed dogs over the years and NEVER any problems - I mean terminators - they just need a bit of discipine and proper socialization - basically a competent owner/handler.

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    [QUOTE]Originally posted by SteveW on 01-05-2004 at 01:18 AM
    [B]Well, the doggies are NOW clearly a full grown unbridled aggression problem and yes, Dr.'s S&W are probably the only cure left - which is truly unfortunate for the dogs.

    The "Root" of the problem is the inexperienced, stupidassed owner of the dogs for allowing such behaviors to become deep seated.

    I've had some way baddassed dogs over the years and NEVER any problems - I mean terminators - they just need a bit of discipine and proper socialization - basically a competent owner/handler.

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    Yes...the "Tough Love" approach
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    Originally posted by jimzinsocal on 01-05-2004 at 12:26 AM
    Yes...the "Tough Love" approach
    Uh huh, with bad dogs, the owner/handler must UNEQUIVOCALLY be the ALPHA in the relationship and very clearly defined behavorial boundaries must be set by master and understood by doggie - otherwise there WILL be problems.

    People with dogs that pose a threat to the innocent disgust me.

    There is NO reason for it other than ignorance - and the innocent are the ones that suffer as a result - and also of course the dogs.
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    As I suggested the other day: The Libyans are in a position to demand nothing.

    http://www.cnn.com/2004/US/01/05/libya.sanctions/

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    Originally posted by jimzinsocal on 01-05-2004 at 06:42 PM
    As I suggested the other day: The Libyans are in a position to demand nothing.

    http://www.cnn.com/2004/US/01/05/libya.sanctions/
    Agreed.

    Now I see what caught your eye on the article - lovely picture of Moammar!!!!

    Maybe we could sweeten up the deal on our side just a bit - add a $100,000.00 gift certificate good at MJ's Plastic Surgeon - he looks like he needs to have his odometer rolled back about 30 years......
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    Originally posted by SteveW on 01-05-2004 at 07:48 PM
    Agreed.

    Now I see what caught your eye on the article - lovely picture of Moammar!!!!
    Got that precious look goin on. Ive seen better faces on the back end of a horse.

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