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(Info Wars)   An Arizona man hopes to cash in on a $5 million payday for an innocent little joke about carrying explosive peanut butter on a plane   (infowars.com ) divider line
    More: Dumbass, innocent, Bachelor of Arts degree, TSA agents, Port Authority, LaGuardia Airport, New York Daily News  
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2013-02-13 04:04:27 PM  

litespeed74: Dumb dude. You shouldn't have said it.  On the other hand the TSA still has rules that make no sense and provide zero protection.


How dumb is he if he actually ends up $5 million richer?
 
2013-02-13 04:12:59 PM  

oh_please: liam76: oh_please: liam76: Now in all likelyhood this guy is a douche.  His struggle isn't some brave stand to tyrannical TSA infringements on our rights.  And unless he was an idiot he should know the TSA would overreact, I still support him becasue that doesn't make TSA's overeaction right. Rosa knew they were going to call the cops and likely arrest her, does that make her supporters "snow flakes"?

Okay, we get it, this guy is standing up for freedom and civil rights just like Rosa Parks did.

The part you cut out made it pretty clear he wasn't like Rosa Parks.

Did you somehow only read that last sentence or did you read the whole thing then decide to cherry pick that line and dishonestly pretend I was comparing him to Rosa Parks, vice pointing out that supporting someoen who does something knowing they will get into trouble doesn't make you a snow flake.

I'm not the one who put Rosa Parks (or "Rosa", as you call her) in the same paragraph as this dumbass. I didn't draw that parallel, you did.

Oh, and try to learn to type and spell on your phone. It's irritating.


Putting someone in the same paragraph isn't saying they are 'just like' each other. Stop playing/being dumb and or dishonest.

I didn't even draw a parallel between them. I simply said that calling a person a snowflake for supporting someone who knew their actions would get them in trouble (as the person I was responding to dud) means supporting rosa parks makes you a snow flake.

Don't cry about my typing just because I called out your BS, dumbass.
 
2013-02-13 04:37:57 PM  

liam76: oh_please: liam76: oh_please: liam76: Now in all likelyhood this guy is a douche.  His struggle isn't some brave stand to tyrannical TSA infringements on our rights.  And unless he was an idiot he should know the TSA would overreact, I still support him becasue that doesn't make TSA's overeaction right. Rosa knew they were going to call the cops and likely arrest her, does that make her supporters "snow flakes"?

Okay, we get it, this guy is standing up for freedom and civil rights just like Rosa Parks did.

The part you cut out made it pretty clear he wasn't like Rosa Parks.

Did you somehow only read that last sentence or did you read the whole thing then decide to cherry pick that line and dishonestly pretend I was comparing him to Rosa Parks, vice pointing out that supporting someoen who does something knowing they will get into trouble doesn't make you a snow flake.

I'm not the one who put Rosa Parks (or "Rosa", as you call her) in the same paragraph as this dumbass. I didn't draw that parallel, you did.

Oh, and try to learn to type and spell on your phone. It's irritating.

Putting someone in the same paragraph isn't saying they are 'just like' each other. Stop playing/being dumb and or dishonest.

I didn't even draw a parallel between them. I simply said that calling a person a snowflake for supporting someone who knew their actions would get them in trouble (as the person I was responding to dud) means supporting rosa parks makes you a snow flake.

Don't cry about my typing just because I called out your BS, dumbass.


Please, show me where I called you a "snowflake", because I never called you that.

Don't be disingenuous about bringing Rosa Parks into this. So, if you don't support this dumbass, you don't support what Rosa Parks did? Hmmm.
 
2013-02-13 04:58:55 PM  

oh_please: liam76: oh_please: liam76: oh_please: liam76: Now in all likelyhood this guy is a douche.  His struggle isn't some brave stand to tyrannical TSA infringements on our rights.  And unless he was an idiot he should know the TSA would overreact, I still support him becasue that doesn't make TSA's overeaction right. Rosa knew they were going to call the cops and likely arrest her, does that make her supporters "snow flakes"?

Okay, we get it, this guy is standing up for freedom and civil rights just like Rosa Parks did.

The part you cut out made it pretty clear he wasn't like Rosa Parks.

Did you somehow only read that last sentence or did you read the whole thing then decide to cherry pick that line and dishonestly pretend I was comparing him to Rosa Parks, vice pointing out that supporting someoen who does something knowing they will get into trouble doesn't make you a snow flake.

I'm not the one who put Rosa Parks (or "Rosa", as you call her) in the same paragraph as this dumbass. I didn't draw that parallel, you did.

Oh, and try to learn to type and spell on your phone. It's irritating.

Putting someone in the same paragraph isn't saying they are 'just like' each other. Stop playing/being dumb and or dishonest.

I didn't even draw a parallel between them. I simply said that calling a person a snowflake for supporting someone who knew their actions would get them in trouble (as the person I was responding to dud) means supporting rosa parks makes you a snow flake.

Don't cry about my typing just because I called out your BS, dumbass.

Please, show me where I called you a "snowflake", because I never called you that.

Don't be disingenuous about bringing Rosa Parks into this. So, if you don't support this dumbass, you don't support what Rosa Parks did? Hmmm.


I never said you did.

The person I was responding to (in the post you cherry picked the line from) did.

I do support this dumbass.

Can you not read?

It is right above.  I went ahead and underlined it, again.  I also bolded it.

Do you need me to cut and paste it again?

Here you go.

And unless he was an idiot he should know the TSA would overreact, I still support him becasue that doesn't make TSA's overeaction right.
 
2013-02-13 05:08:57 PM  

liam76: And unless he was an idiot he should know the TSA would overreact, I still support him becasue that doesn't make TSA's overeaction right.


So, that brings us back to: How does this compare to Rosa Parks?

Answer: It doesn't.
 
2013-02-13 05:16:39 PM  

kg2095: litespeed74: Dumb dude. You shouldn't have said it.  On the other hand the TSA still has rules that make no sense and provide zero protection.

How dumb is he if he actually ends up $5 million richer?


He has a better chance of taking a crap and finding a 5 pound solid gold bar in the toilet than he does of winning a penny in this case.
 
2013-02-13 05:28:53 PM  
liam76:

I get the feeling that we're on the same side here, but we're not communicating. This guy isn't some freedom fighter, he's just an ass who decided to talk some shiat, and got thrown in jail for it.
 
2013-02-14 06:48:07 AM  

oh_please: liam76: And unless he was an idiot he should know the TSA would overreact, I still support him becasue that doesn't make TSA's overeaction right.

So, that brings us back to: How does this compare to Rosa Parks?

Answer: It doesn't.


How many times do I have to repeat the same things?

I simply said that calling a person a snowflake for supporting someone who knew their actions would get them in trouble (as the person I was responding to did) means supporting rosa parks makes you a snow flake.

oh_please: liam76:

I get the feeling that we're on the same side here, but we're not communicating. This guy isn't some freedom fighter, he's just an ass who decided to talk some shiat, and got thrown in jail for it.


We aren't ont he same side.  He was likely an asshole but he wasn't "talking shiat".  He made an stupid offhand joke, and the TSA overeacted.  Even thought I think the TSA overeaction is predictabel I value this little thing called "freedom of speech" so I don't support their overeaction.

And before you or someone else comes up with the tired, moronic, and repeatedly pointed out as wrong comparison to yelling "fire" in a theatre, it is in no way similiar.  Yelling fire is going to cause an immdiate reaction of panic among reasonable person and will likely get someoen hurt.  In this case the TSA was already treating his peanutbutter as a potential explosive, no reasonable person would take his joke seriously.
 
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