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Re: Coaching Hot Seat & Changes
« Reply #4050 on: December 18, 2014, 09:59:34 PM »
Bo peep was begging for mercy like a little bitch, and his players gave him zero quarter. How many times did he ask - "Any questions?"
I think he said 'at the end of the day' and 'If you ever need anything....' even more than 'any questions' .
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Re: Coaching Hot Seat & Changes
« Reply #4051 on: December 19, 2014, 06:48:25 AM »
Between myself and Dirty Stanchez we know all there is to know about woppussying.
Since this has become the "ask Cowboy Tiger" thread - what is your deal with Walter Cronkrite?

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Re: Coaching Hot Seat & Changes
« Reply #4052 on: December 19, 2014, 07:14:21 AM »
Since this has become the "ask Cowboy Tiger" thread - what is your deal with Walter Cronkrite?

I've already addressed this, but here goes:

People trusted him.  He used that position to create distrust in America itself.  When he did that it devastated the public.  Then MLK and RFK got assassinated.  Coincidence?
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Re: Coaching Hot Seat & Changes
« Reply #4053 on: December 19, 2014, 09:10:25 AM »
I've already addressed this, but here goes:

People trusted him.  He used that position to create distrust in America itself.  When he did that it devastated the public.  Then MLK and RFK got assassinated.  Coincidence?

I always knew he was a Commie Pinko plant. After all he DID go to school at That hideous burnt orange institution in northern Mexico.

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Re: Coaching Hot Seat & Changes
« Reply #4054 on: December 19, 2014, 10:04:31 AM »
Thats bullshit.  It would never fly.  I never heard him mention a turtle anywhere in that speech.

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Re: Coaching Hot Seat & Changes
« Reply #4055 on: December 19, 2014, 11:17:29 AM »
I always knew he was a Commie Pinko plant. After all he DID go to school at That hideous burnt orange institution in northern Mexico.

For real.  He was a bastard and a motherfricker.  I'm sure he's happy as a red clam now sucking Lucifer's dick with Stalin and company.
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Re: Coaching Hot Seat & Changes
« Reply #4056 on: December 19, 2014, 12:12:43 PM »
Cronkite became a David Rockefeller tool, advocating one world government and being an active leader of the World Federalist Organization, a Fabian version of the Bilderberger NWO.

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Re: Coaching Hot Seat & Changes
« Reply #4057 on: December 19, 2014, 12:30:30 PM »
Cronkite became a David Rockefeller tool, advocating one world government and being an active leader of the World Federalist Organization, a Fabian version of the Bilderberger NWO.

what does hulk hogan have to do with cronkite?  you're reaching

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Re: Coaching Hot Seat & Changes
« Reply #4058 on: December 19, 2014, 07:39:13 PM »
Cronkite became a David Rockefeller tool, advocating one world government and being an active leader of the World Federalist Organization, a Fabian version of the Bilderberger NWO.

You, sir, are an idiot of epic proportions. I actually met Walter in 1974 while I was in the Marine Corps. He was in San Diego after returning from Viet Nam. I assume it was an assignment from CBS. I was a little snot nosed lieutenant, supposedly doing what I could for my country. I met him in a bar, (sorry can't remember which); not too very far from MCRD. He was one of the most personable people that I ever met. He took his job, seriously; and, in fact knew that he shaped public opinion. He voiced his opinion that the war in Viet Nam was lost. He was right. I was there! I saw the same thing that he did. There was absolutely nothing there that was worth dying for. Saying that he was a Communist shows that you undoubtedly are a moron. I can not find the words to tell you how wrong you are. Although, I only spoke to him that one time; that was enough. Young man, and I am going to assume that; you need to grow up and grow a pair. When you have done what what others have for their country, then; feel free to spew your hatred. frick you, moron!

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Re: Coaching Hot Seat & Changes
« Reply #4059 on: December 19, 2014, 07:44:00 PM »
I met him also...he was really short...made me feel tall...& that's hard to do...

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Re: Coaching Hot Seat & Changes
« Reply #4060 on: December 19, 2014, 08:21:03 PM »
You, sir, are an idiot of epic proportions. I actually met Walter in 1974 while I was in the Marine Corps. He was in San Diego after returning from Viet Nam. I assume it was an assignment from CBS. I was a little snot nosed lieutenant, supposedly doing what I could for my country. I met him in a bar, (sorry can't remember which); not too very far from MCRD. He was one of the most personable people that I ever met. He took his job, seriously; and, in fact knew that he shaped public opinion. He voiced his opinion that the war in Viet Nam was lost. He was right. I was there! I saw the same thing that he did. There was absolutely nothing there that was worth dying for. Saying that he was a Communist shows that you undoubtedly are a moron. I can not find the words to tell you how wrong you are. Although, I only spoke to him that one time; that was enough. Young man, and I am going to assume that; you need to grow up and grow a pair. When you have done what what others have for their country, then; feel free to spew your hatred. frick you, moron!

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Re: Coaching Hot Seat & Changes
« Reply #4061 on: December 19, 2014, 08:24:12 PM »
You, sir, are an idiot of epic proportions. I actually met Walter in 1974 while I was in the Marine Corps. He was in San Diego after returning from Viet Nam. I assume it was an assignment from CBS. I was a little snot nosed lieutenant, supposedly doing what I could for my country. I met him in a bar, (sorry can't remember which); not too very far from MCRD. He was one of the most personable people that I ever met. He took his job, seriously; and, in fact knew that he shaped public opinion. He voiced his opinion that the war in Viet Nam was lost. He was right. I was there! I saw the same thing that he did. There was absolutely nothing there that was worth dying for. Saying that he was a Communist shows that you undoubtedly are a moron. I can not find the words to tell you how wrong you are. Although, I only spoke to him that one time; that was enough. Young man, and I am going to assume that; you need to grow up and grow a pair. When you have done what what others have for their country, then; feel free to spew your hatred. frick you, moron!

I've been told Fidel Castro is also quite charming and personable one-on-one.

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Re: Coaching Hot Seat & Changes
« Reply #4062 on: December 19, 2014, 08:31:08 PM »
I've been told Fidel Castro is also quite charming and personable one-on-one.

Houston Nutt is a Starkville of a nice guy to talk to. 

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Re: Coaching Hot Seat & Changes
« Reply #4063 on: December 19, 2014, 08:41:08 PM »
Walter Cronkite hates America.
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Re: Coaching Hot Seat & Changes
« Reply #4064 on: December 19, 2014, 09:32:20 PM »
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Re: Coaching Hot Seat & Changes
« Reply #4065 on: December 19, 2014, 10:00:18 PM »
You, sir, are an idiot of epic proportions. I actually met Walter in 1974 while I was in the Marine Corps. He was in San Diego after returning from Viet Nam. I assume it was an assignment from CBS. I was a little snot nosed lieutenant, supposedly doing what I could for my country. I met him in a bar, (sorry can't remember which); not too very far from MCRD. He was one of the most personable people that I ever met. He took his job, seriously; and, in fact knew that he shaped public opinion. He voiced his opinion that the war in Viet Nam was lost. He was right. I was there! I saw the same thing that he did. There was absolutely nothing there that was worth dying for. Saying that he was a Communist shows that you undoubtedly are a moron. I can not find the words to tell you how wrong you are. Although, I only spoke to him that one time; that was enough. Young man, and I am going to assume that; you need to grow up and grow a pair. When you have done what what others have for their country, then; feel free to spew your hatred. frick you, moron!

First, thank you for your service.  Second, in growing up in the 60's and 70's, Walter Cronkite was the voice of many memorable events in my life that I remember distinctly:  his breaking into As the World Turns to tell my mom and me that Kennedy had been shot, Neil Armstrong on the moon, Nixon resigning.  I wanted to be a journalist because of him, among others (Harry Reasoner, Orville Henry, Bud Campbell).  Third, while he may have been a personable guy, it has nothing to do with the fact he was an ardent and public World Federalist, a believer in a global government and reduced American sovereignty. i didn't call him a Communist, but he was a Henry Wallace style democratic socialist, and he ran in the usual NYC elitist circles with Rockefeller, Kisssinger, and Ziggy Bryzynski.  He didn't hide it, read his books...moron.

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Re: Coaching Hot Seat & Changes
« Reply #4066 on: December 19, 2014, 10:17:54 PM »
You're the dipshit that uses "puthy eater" as a pejorative.  No one listens to you.

Yeah.

And quite; using all the, punctuation. : ?!

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Re: Coaching Hot Seat & Changes
« Reply #4067 on: December 19, 2014, 10:50:17 PM »
So is Cronkite taking over in Ann Arbor or not? 
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Re: Coaching Hot Seat & Changes
« Reply #4068 on: December 19, 2014, 11:00:02 PM »
I met him also...he was really short...made me feel tall...& that's hard to do...

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Re: Coaching Hot Seat & Changes
« Reply #4069 on: Today at 08:08:10 AM »
You're the dipshit that uses "puthy eater" as a pejorative.  No one listens to you.

frick you, sir. In the ass.

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Re: Coaching Hot Seat & Changes
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First, thank you for your service.  Second, in growing up in the 60's and 70's, Walter Cronkite was the voice of many memorable events in my life that I remember distinctly:  his breaking into As the World Turns to tell my mom and me that Kennedy had been shot, Neil Armstrong on the moon, Nixon resigning.  I wanted to be a journalist because of him, among others (Harry Reasoner, Orville Henry, Bud Campbell).  Third, while he may have been a personable guy, it has nothing to do with the fact he was an ardent and public World Federalist, a believer in a global government and reduced American sovereignty. i didn't call him a Communist, but he was a Henry Wallace style democratic socialist, and he ran in the usual NYC elitist circles with Rockefeller, Kisssinger, and Ziggy Bryzynski.  He didn't hide it, read his books...moron.
Perhaps he fooled me. But, I doubt it. I am not a moron by any stretch. Should I tar and feather him because of his associates? As I said, I only met him once. Seemed to be what he was on the face of things. And, it is not necessary to thank me for my service. I did that for no other reason, other; than that's what I wanted to do. I am simply one of millions that did that. But; if it matters any at all, you are welcome.

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Re: Coaching Hot Seat & Changes
« Reply #4071 on: Today at 08:54:59 AM »
Jebus lets get this thread back on the rails.

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Re: Coaching Hot Seat & Changes
« Reply #4072 on: Today at 09:01:28 AM »
I actually met Walter in 1974 while I was in the Marine Corps. He was in San Diego after returning from Viet Nam. I assume it was an assignment from CBS. I was a little snot nosed lieutenant, supposedly doing what I could for my country. I met him in a bar, (sorry can't remember which); not too very far from MCRD. He was one of the most personable people that I ever met.

Is this the opening paragraph for your gay memoir about your brief but intense love affair with Walter Cronkite?  :mike:

 

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