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(Hot Air)   Even Islamic terrorists in Dagestan thought Tsarnaev was an unhinged looney who might go too far   (hotair.com) divider line 95
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2013-05-10 02:14:49 PM
Allahu Akbar!
There is no such thing as "too far" when it comes to jihad against the great Satan!
By killing and maiming people at a recreational event, this holy martyr taught the arrogant infidels of America that there is one God and his name is Allah.
If that doesn't convince them that Islam is the one true religion, I don't know what will.
 
2013-05-10 02:34:34 PM
You put in the "terrorists" yourself, mitter. Islamists just want Islamic Law enacted and for Islamic people to be governed by Muslims. Some actively participate or encourage violence to achieve these aims, like Tsarnev. Some do not, or actively oppose violence (like the people he was talking to).

Stop being an ignorant twat.
 
2013-05-10 03:28:11 PM
Every time I see the name of that place, I think,"Please, Mr. D'Agostino, move closer to me."
 
2013-05-10 03:29:02 PM
missjeyonline.files.wordpress.com

FTA: He greased his hair with olive oil and wore dark eye makeup, apparently in an effort to affect contemporary jihadist fashion.

This is the new face of Jihad.  Emo Jihad!
 
2013-05-10 03:45:22 PM

NostroZ: [missjeyonline.files.wordpress.com image 480x600]

FTA: He greased his hair with olive oil and wore dark eye makeup, apparently in an effort to affect contemporary jihadist fashion.

This is the new face of Jihad.  Emo Jihad!


Can we convince them to become atrophied vegans who cut themselves?  Problem solved.
 
2013-05-10 03:45:40 PM

PC LOAD LETTER: You put in the "terrorists" yourself, mitter. Islamists just want Islamic Law enacted and for Islamic people to be governed by Muslims. Some actively participate or encourage violence to achieve these aims, like Tsarnev. Some do not, or actively oppose violence (like the people he was talking to).

Stop being an ignorant twat.


I'm sorry but people who want Islamic Law enacted for anyone are still terrorists in my book. They just use different methods and tools to get what they want.
 
2013-05-10 03:47:04 PM
When the fundamentals say you've gone too far, you've gone too far

/never go full retard too
 
2013-05-10 03:49:48 PM

randomjsa: I'm sorry but people who want Islamic Law enacted for anyone are still terrorists in my book. They just use different methods and tools to get what they want.


Do you feel the same way about those who want to enact Christian law?
 
2013-05-10 03:54:55 PM

Felgraf: randomjsa: I'm sorry but people who want Islamic Law enacted for anyone are still terrorists in my book. They just use different methods and tools to get what they want.

Do you feel the same way about those who want to enact Christian law?


Sky Cake!
 
2013-05-10 03:54:58 PM
Dagestan?

That's a totally made-up place!
 
2013-05-10 03:56:49 PM
FTA: He greased his hair with olive oil and wore dark eye makeup

Now I'm confused...doesn't this make him a Guido from Jersey?
 
2013-05-10 03:56:55 PM

 Felgraf: randomjsa: I'm sorry but people who want Islamic Law enacted for anyone are still terrorists in my book. They just use different methods and tools to get what they want.

Do you feel the same way about those who want to enact Christian law?


I, for one, very much do feel the same way.  Government should be secular if it is to include a religiously diverse populace.
 
2013-05-10 03:57:35 PM

Stone Meadow: FTA: He greased his hair with olive oil and wore dark eye makeup

Now I'm confused...doesn't this make him a Guido from Jersey?


Or a potential drag queen?
 
2013-05-10 03:57:49 PM
Speaking of unhinged loonies, Hot Air...

I'll pass.
 
2013-05-10 03:59:32 PM
He's only a terrorist if you are afraid of him.
Are you afraid of him?
 
2013-05-10 04:01:45 PM

randomjsa: PC LOAD LETTER: You put in the "terrorists" yourself, mitter. Islamists just want Islamic Law enacted and for Islamic people to be governed by Muslims. Some actively participate or encourage violence to achieve these aims, like Tsarnev. Some do not, or actively oppose violence (like the people he was talking to).

Stop being an ignorant twat.

I'm sorry but people who want Islamic Law enacted for anyone are still terrorists in my book. They just use different methods and tools to get what they want.


So wanting islamic law = terrorist but wanting jesus law = freedom
 
2013-05-10 04:03:59 PM
Pfft...  Not a single crap is given over here.
Perhaps I'm feeling bitter because the site totally crashed my browser.
 
2013-05-10 04:06:28 PM
This means something...


i238.photobucket.com
 
2013-05-10 04:07:14 PM

Rev. Skarekroe: Allahu Akbar!
There is no such thing as "too far" when it comes to jihad against the great Satan!
By killing and maiming people at a recreational event, this holy martyr taught the arrogant infidels of America that there is one God and his name is Allah.
If that doesn't convince them that Islam is the one true religion, I don't know what will.


...you don't know.
 
2013-05-10 04:07:21 PM
Interesting... so is HotAir saying that we should be talking more with Islamic terrorists?

SpdrJay: Dagestan?

That's a totally made-up place!


Don't be silly.  Where do you think dagos come from?
 
2013-05-10 04:09:54 PM
i32.photobucket.com
 
2013-05-10 04:13:15 PM

NostroZ: [missjeyonline.files.wordpress.com image 480x600]

FTA: He greased his hair with olive oil and wore dark eye makeup, apparently in an effort to affect contemporary jihadist fashion.

This is the new face of Jihad.  Emo Jihad!


The real controversy- is "affect" or "effect" the appropriate word here?  It sounds like the rare transitive-verb version of "effect:  to cause to come into being" is correct here.

The verb "affect" IS syntactically valid, but doesn't seem contextually appropriate... "contemporary jihadist fashion" is not really an existing "thing" to affect.  The author's usage implies he was trying to make it exist.  So I think the author DID, in fact, mix up affect/effect.

Begun, the Affect/Effect Wars have!
 
2013-05-10 04:17:05 PM
Yes   Mr. Tsarnaev took it way too far.  He actually read the Koran what a crazy mf'r.
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2013-05-10 04:19:55 PM

Oznog: NostroZ: [missjeyonline.files.wordpress.com image 480x600]

FTA: He greased his hair with olive oil and wore dark eye makeup, apparently in an effort to affect contemporary jihadist fashion.

This is the new face of Jihad.  Emo Jihad!

The real controversy- is "affect" or "effect" the appropriate word here?  It sounds like the rare transitive-verb version of "effect:  to cause to come into being" is correct here.

The verb "affect" IS syntactically valid, but doesn't seem contextually appropriate... "contemporary jihadist fashion" is not really an existing "thing" to affect.  The author's usage implies he was trying to make it exist.  So I think the author DID, in fact, mix up affect/effect.

Begun, the Affect/Effect Wars have!


No, the "affect" as used in the original is correct.   http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/affect   See Sense #2, Definitions 2b & 3.  It's not common usage, but it is correct, especially when you're talking about something done out of pretension or in order to affiliate or ingratiate one's self with a group.
 
2013-05-10 04:19:58 PM

vudukungfu: He's only a terrorist if you are afraid of him.
Are you afraid of him?


Good point

/I'm not afraid of any dead man
//and I do believe, he is positively, most definitely, with utmost certainty, that he is in fact, dear
///counter-terrorists win
 
2013-05-10 04:26:09 PM

geekbikerskum: No, the "affect" as used in the original is correct. http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/affect See Sense #2, Definitions 2b & 3. It's not common usage, but it is correct, especially when you're talking about something done out of pretension or in order to affiliate or ingratiate one's self with a group.


Modern jihadists wear eye makeup?  That seems hard to believe, unless they're now modelling themselves after Disney Aladdin.
 
2013-05-10 04:26:33 PM
He got the money for the bombs by selling Avon.
 
2013-05-10 04:27:25 PM

phairston: Yes   Mr. Tsarnaev took it way too far.  He actually read the Koran what a crazy mf'r.
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It's the Quran you dummy!
 
2013-05-10 04:28:38 PM
There's a line even these farking animals won't cross? I don't believe it. They strap bombs to their farking children fer'christ sake
 
2013-05-10 04:30:17 PM

FrancoFile: NostroZ: [missjeyonline.files.wordpress.com image 480x600]

FTA: He greased his hair with olive oil and wore dark eye makeup, apparently in an effort to affect contemporary jihadist fashion.

This is the new face of Jihad.  Emo Jihad!

Can we convince them to become atrophied vegans who cut themselves?  Problem solved.



Stop conflating everyone that doesn't eat pork or I'll blow up your car.
 
2013-05-10 04:33:28 PM

chopit: geekbikerskum: No, the "affect" as used in the original is correct. http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/affect See Sense #2, Definitions 2b & 3. It's not common usage, but it is correct, especially when you're talking about something done out of pretension or in order to affiliate or ingratiate one's self with a group.

Modern jihadists wear eye makeup?  That seems hard to believe, unless they're now modelling themselves after Disney Aladdin.


I have no idea.  The way the sentence is phrased, it makes him sound like he was trying to ingratiate himself with the group by copying some aspects of their physical appearance.  If that's not the intent, then yeah, it's poorly worded.
 
2013-05-10 04:34:13 PM
I blame the bad porn they get:

Bare Burka
Hide In My Cave 9
Burka Back Mountain
Naughty Infidels 5
Afghanis-tang
Mujahideep
Hi-Jackers 3
Jizzhad
Talibang
Osama Been Cumin
 
2013-05-10 04:35:57 PM

Oznog: NostroZ: [missjeyonline.files.wordpress.com image 480x600]

FTA: He greased his hair with olive oil and wore dark eye makeup, apparently in an effort to affect contemporary jihadist fashion.

This is the new face of Jihad.  Emo Jihad!

The real controversy- is "affect" or "effect" the appropriate word here?  It sounds like the rare transitive-verb version of "effect:  to cause to come into being" is correct here.

The verb "affect" IS syntactically valid, but doesn't seem contextually appropriate... "contemporary jihadist fashion" is not really an existing "thing" to affect.  The author's usage implies he was trying to make it exist.  So I think the author DID, in fact, mix up affect/effect.

Begun, the Affect/Effect Wars have!


Challenge accepted.

affect 2
tr.v.
affecting, affected, affects
1. To put on a false show of; simulate
2. a. To have or show a liking for: affects dramatic clothes

affectation
n.
1. A mannerism or habit that is assumed rather than is natural, especially to impress others;
2. Behavior characterized by such mannerisms or habits; a simpering manner that was mere affectation.
 
2013-05-10 04:37:37 PM

randomjsa: PC LOAD LETTER: You put in the "terrorists" yourself, mitter. Islamists just want Islamic Law enacted and for Islamic people to be governed by Muslims. Some actively participate or encourage violence to achieve these aims, like Tsarnev. Some do not, or actively oppose violence (like the people he was talking to).

Stop being an ignorant twat.

I'm sorry but people who want Islamic Law enacted for anyone are still terrorists in my book. They just use different methods and tools to get what they want.


Perhaps you need a dictionary. Terrorists use violence to achieve their gains. There are plenty of Christians in this country who would want exactly the same stuff they do, just based off the Bible. Yes, I mean stoning to death included.
 
2013-05-10 04:40:01 PM
La la la la la al al la al al!!!
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2013-05-10 04:41:21 PM

darth_badger: [i32.photobucket.com image 320x233]


It's time to cleanse the city, Davey.
 
2013-05-10 04:45:11 PM
Did subby even READ the 3 sentences that comprised the entirety of the "article"?

Ooooh, his olive oil and dark eyeliner look wasn't "popular".

Some dismissed him as "strange"?

They feared his brashness might get them extra attention from the cops, that's the onlty "too far" referenced in the article; that he was a showy loudmouth,
 
2013-05-10 04:47:46 PM

Oznog: NostroZ: [missjeyonline.files.wordpress.com image 480x600]

FTA: He greased his hair with olive oil and wore dark eye makeup, apparently in an effort to affect contemporary jihadist fashion.

This is the new face of Jihad.  Emo Jihad!

The real controversy- is "affect" or "effect" the appropriate word here?  It sounds like the rare transitive-verb version of "effect:  to cause to come into being" is correct here.

The verb "affect" IS syntactically valid, but doesn't seem contextually appropriate... "contemporary jihadist fashion" is not really an existing "thing" to affect.  The author's usage implies he was trying to make it exist.  So I think the author DID, in fact, mix up affect/effect.

Begun, the Affect/Effect Wars have!


No, he was emulating an existing look, not trying to get others to adopt it.

At least according to that HIGHLY detailed "article", IMHO. It was an affectation of a previously existing look, as opposed to trying to bring it about as a fashion statement in Diggitty-stan, or wherever he was from...
 
2013-05-10 04:49:34 PM

randomjsa: I'm sorry but people who want Islamic Law enacted for anyone are still terrorists in my book. They just use different methods and tools to get what they want.


Unless one of the tools they use is terror, then "your book" must not be the dictionary
 
2013-05-10 04:50:01 PM

PC LOAD LETTER: You put in the "terrorists" yourself, mitter. Islamists just want Islamic Law enacted and for Islamic people to be governed by Muslims. Some actively participate or encourage violence to achieve these aims, like Tsarnev. Some do not, or actively oppose violence (like the people he was talking to).

Stop being an ignorant twat.


They're no better. An Islamist is an Islamist.
 
2013-05-10 04:50:46 PM
I do NOT want to know what an Islamic terrorist considers "going too far".
 
2013-05-10 04:52:32 PM
The only Islamic terrorist in the article was the dumbass with the oily hair.
 
2013-05-10 04:57:10 PM
cinemasights.files.wordpress.com
D'ya like Dagestans?
 
2013-05-10 04:59:19 PM

PC LOAD LETTER: You put in the "terrorists" yourself, mitter. Islamists just want Islamic Law enacted and for Islamic people to be governed by Muslims. Some actively participate or encourage violence to achieve these aims, like Tsarnev. Some do not, or actively oppose violence (like the people he was talking to).

Stop being an ignorant twat.


"Some church goer in Dagestan thought Tsarnaev was an unhinged looney who might go too far". Yeah, don't think so
 
2013-05-10 05:03:10 PM
mije.org

I hear he only became unhinged after seeing some sort of video on YouTube...
 
2013-05-10 05:04:59 PM

randomjsa: PC LOAD LETTER: You put in the "terrorists" yourself, mitter. Islamists just want Islamic Law enacted and for Islamic people to be governed by Muslims. Some actively participate or encourage violence to achieve these aims, like Tsarnev. Some do not, or actively oppose violence (like the people he was talking to).

Stop being an ignorant twat.

I'm sorry but people who want Islamic Law enacted for anyone are still terrorists in my book. They just use different methods and tools to get what they want.


Be more sorry about ruining the meaning of definitions.
 
2013-05-10 05:06:03 PM
You know who else had oily, slicked-back hair?

/That's right - Superman
 
2013-05-10 05:08:01 PM

darth_badger: [i32.photobucket.com image 320x233]


"I'm sick of your lack of faith!"

"But Gravey!" *BOOM*

Yayyyyyyy!!!
 
2013-05-10 05:12:35 PM

Felgraf: randomjsa: I'm sorry but people who want Islamic Law enacted for anyone are still terrorists in my book. They just use different methods and tools to get what they want.

Do you feel the same way about those who want to enact Christian law?


He might, I think. That's one of the two reasons he's not on my ignore list.


Mikey1969: Did subby even READ the 3 sentences that comprised the entirety of the "article"?


I sure didn't. Hot Air is a silly, silly place.
 
2013-05-10 05:12:43 PM

Felgraf: Do you feel the same way about those who want to enact Christian law?


Yes. Would you like an example of why I think so is that sufficient?
 
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