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Ann Coulter a Man?

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Hits: 9520 | Favorites: 2 | Emailed: 1 | Rating: 2.5 | Category: Funny | Date: 04/19/2005
 
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outfire
Male, 13-17, Eastern US
 533 Posts
Tuesday, December 23, 2008 11:52:09 PM
I'm pretty sure everyone has an adams apple, it`s just more pronounced on men i think. sorry for posting to such an old thread, but i don`t think it counts as necromancy lol.

6540
Female, 40-49, Western US
 19 Posts
Thursday, September 15, 2005 12:28:41 PM
What about Sandra Bullock, Meg Ryan, Jeri Ryan, and Francesca Neri. Are they all men too? They all have adam's apples, so I guess they must be hmmm???
And btw Ershin, I have a friend who used to be a guy, and she`s certainly not a mental case, she`s very sweet. I think your comment about a sex change constituting a mental problem is extremely bigotted. You too, look215. With some of these comments, you would think it was the 1300s. Even your comment cnlbell shows what you "think of transsexuals". Personally I think that a fair number of these posts are ridiculously obnoxious. Grow up kiddies, it`s the 21st century.

Assimilate13
Female, 18-29, Canada
 149 Posts
Saturday, April 23, 2005 10:10:02 AM
hi cnlbell, nice to see you again :)

i completely agree.


cnlbell
Female, 18-29, Western US
 417 Posts
Friday, April 22, 2005 6:34:32 PM
Assimilate13-- thax for the clarification and little history lesson. I like to learn at least one new thing a day. I still think the comparison of thousands of dead who have husbands, wives, parents and children, left to mourn them far beyond their time, to a despicable human being from a murderous time in history, callous and incredibly thick headed. If he was making a valid point on something, it was lost because of a poorly chosen analogy. There has to be numerous alternative examples he could have used, but he chose the one with the most raw memories behind it.

Assimilate13
Female, 18-29, Canada
 149 Posts
Friday, April 22, 2005 11:15:26 AM
that he didn't really THINK about what he was doing – that these were PEOPLE, and not just a means for his own advancement (for those who don’t know all the details, eichmann was the one who signed the papers for the people to be sent on the trains to the work/concentration/death camps). So, in this context, what i believe professor Churchill was trying to express is the idea that even the smallest cog in a corrupt system can be held just as responsible as the system itself. Now, one doesn’t have to agree with this, and even i don’t necessarily agree with this – and i CERTAINLY don’t agree in the context of 9/11 – but, just to be fair, i really don’t think he was calling them all nazis, or even hitlers, or anything like that… again, let me just reiterate: This is not my opinion, i am only stating it for the purpose of clarification… please don’t hate me or call me names or anything like that… please…

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