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  • Margaret Thatcher has passed away

    87 years young. Use this thread to leave your RESPECTFUL comments.


  • #2

    iron lady has passed? wow!

     

    RIP. 

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    • #3

      Hoppy Shimko wrote:

      87 years young. Use this thread to leave your RESPECTFUL comments.


      I predict a short thread.

      Originally Posted by guy in my avatar


      If I were going to start drilling these days, I'm going to use the same resume Skeel jazz or precision bass, one for competition 800RB and Peavy 410 TVX cabinet.

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      • #4
        If we MUST be respectful...I have nothing to add to this thread.

        She was never respectful to my family.

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      • #5

        Hoppy Shimko wrote:

        87 years young. Use this thread to leave your RESPECTFUL comments.


        I have nothing respectful to say about her, but I realize that some people will be upset so I'll refrain from offering my opinion of her.

        Question: Why did the monkey fall out of the tree?


        Answer: because it was dead.

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        • #6

          Hoppy Shimko wrote:

          87 years young. Use this thread to leave your RESPECTFUL comments.


           

          in that case I have nothing to say

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          • Brave Ulysses
            Brave Ulysses commented
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            has she passed away, or simply past away?  if the latter, then WTF do you mean?


        • #7

          First, I'd like to know what she did that was worthy of my respect...


          Hoppy Shimko wrote:

          87 years young. Use this thread to leave your RESPECTFUL comments.




          Non fui. Fui. Non sum. Non curo.

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          • #8

            I will show hoppy the same respect he shows for others.

             

            Good riddance to Thatcher. The ONLY good thing I can say about her is that she had more cajones then any male. The rest is bad! She was clueless as to what the word socialism meant and now the half wits in the US use that statement thinking it makes them look smart and right. It doesn't.


            I'm also not surprised that burnings likes her. Too bad he doesn't learn from history and other's experiences.

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            • Edward
              Edward commented
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              moonlightin wrote:

              I will show hoppy the same respect he shows for others.

               

              Good riddance to Thatcher. The ONLY good thing I can say about her is that she had more cajones then any male. The rest is bad! She was clueless as to what the word socialism meant and now the half wits in the US use that statement thinking it makes them look smart and right. It doesn't.


              I'm also not surprised that burnings likes her. Too bad he doesn't learn from history and other's experiences.


              Let no-one push the revisionist lie that she did anything for women....

               

              "The feminists hate me, don


          • #9

            Hoppy Shimko wrote:

            87 years young. Use this thread to leave your RESPECTFUL comments.


             

            She was not good for those she ruled over. I'd say good riddance but I didn't know her as a person later in life so I'm not sure that applies. ****************ty legacy.

             

            Not that you commented in the Chavez threads maybe, but interesting that we're supposed to respect some leaders and not others.

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            • yanktar
              yanktar commented
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              If Reagan had brains he would have been Margaret Thatcher.

              I expect history will reveal that did much to revamp the British economy, but at the same time played off and worsened the racial divides in Britain.

              While she was tough and relentless in international relations she was also as subtle as a brick and was abrasive when cunning would have been better.

              Reagan learned more from Thatcher than Thatcher learned from him.


          • #10

            She was the first world leader to highlight the dangers posed by global warming.

            "...the danger of global warming is as yet unseen but real enough for us to make changes and sacrifices, so that we do not live at the expense of future generations."

            "It is no good squabbling over who is responsible or who should pay. Whole areas of our planet could be subject to drought and starvation if the pattern of rains and monsoons were to change as a result of the destruction of forests and the accumulation of greenhouse gases. The environmental challenge which confronts the whole world demands an equivalent response from the whole world. Every country will be affected and no one can opt out."

            "Our ability to come together to stop or limit damage to the world's environment will be perhaps the greatest test of how far we can act as a world community. No one should under-estimate the imagination that will be required, nor the scientific effort, nor the unprecedented co-operation we shall have to show. We shall need statesmanship of a rare order."

            http://www.abc.net.au/environment/articles/2013/04/09/3732680.htm

             All long before Al Gore started talking about it.

            It's not lying if what you say would be true if the facts were different.

            Earl of the Experimental Theatre Futon

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            • radomu
              radomu commented
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              FreestyleIntruder wrote:

              She was the first world leader to highlight the dangers posed by global warming.

              "...the danger of global warming is as yet unseen but real enough for us to make changes and sacrifices, so that we do not live at the expense of future generations."

              "It is no good squabbling over who is responsible or who should pay. Whole areas of our planet could be subject to drought and starvation if the pattern of rains and monsoons were to change as a result of the destruction of forests and the accumulation of greenhouse gases. The environmental challenge which confronts the whole world demands an equivalent response from the whole world. Every country will be affected and no one can opt out."

              "Our ability to come together to stop or limit damage to the world's environment will be perhaps the greatest test of how far we can act as a world community. No one should under-estimate the imagination that will be required, nor the scientific effort, nor the unprecedented co-operation we shall have to show. We shall need statesmanship of a rare order."

              http://www.abc.net.au/environment/articles/2013/04/09/3732680.htm

               All long before Al Gore started talking about it.


              I believe that was Nixon?


            • Rudolf von Hagenwil
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              FreestyleIntruder wrote:

              She was the first world leader to highlight the dangers posed by global warming.


               

              that was her husband, because she eat too much onions



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