One man's propaganda is another man's truth is a third man's JOKE

About: Seth lost his sense of humor

M 2006-08-22 04:56:00 4171

Punch understands it!
This is preserved to counter the propaganda of
Seth's POS

Tags

  1. scripts
  2. hezbos
  3. punch

Comments


Mark de LA says
seth 2006-08-23 14:15:27 4217
M 2006-08-23 13:53:19 4217
Somehow I can't in thought or otherwise consider that pouring concrete down the Middle Eastern oil wells & ours is anything but a JOKE! 
Well before you consider it, you may want to contemplate the other options that are being kicked around.  Also consider the consequences.  Sometimes when faced with totally unacceptable options, the best thing to do is something that sounds totally insane.  Like i said, i think the only pertinant questions are: (1) is the pan feasable, and (2) what will be the consequences if it is actually implemented.   Btw, i think that Israel could probably implement it better than we could.  But i am sure, given enough motivation, you could get your mind in a space where you suspend those assumptions which are preventing you from considering this senario.  Btw, what are those assumptions?
Answering a question with a question is an old non-response. There is nothing serious in your "concrete" proposal. You must be smoking something illegal. The only assumption I might be considering is that there are some sane people in the mix. Ahmadinejad is probably not one of them. Hyping catastrophe & world wars is not the way to make peace. There are too many pronouns in your articles & it is hard to figure out what problem you are addressing.

Mark de LA says
Speaking of jacking-off:
source: ... seth seth 2006-08-23 08:28:32
M 2006-08-23 08:07:19 4222
I have a better idea. Why not drop a EMP bomb on the US and the Middle East & level the playing field for everyone down to that of the Middle East
Well, M, i want people to take this bold scheme seriously.  It is more of a thought problem than a script.  It is not a joke.  Nor do i think it is a likely senario.  Nor do i think it would be easy to do.  Nor do i think it would turn out quite as simplistic as i have described it above.  But what it is not, is an escuse to jack off on and rubber duck about and propose even more rediculous senarios.  If you want your response to stick here, consider the senario seriously.  What would be the real problems of implementation?  What would be the real consequences? 
... does anyone think S is doing other than that when he makes his proposal:
source: ... Pour concrete down their oil wells !
...in 4222 ? Some people take themselves real seriously even when they need to :
either heed the wisdom in 4115 or get the joke in 4037.




Seth says
M 2006-08-23 13:53:19 4217
Somehow I can't in thought or otherwise consider that pouring concrete down the Middle Eastern oil wells & ours is anything but a JOKE! 
Well before you consider it, you may want to contemplate the other options that are being kicked around.  Also consider the consequences.  Sometimes when faced with totally unacceptable options, the best thing to do is something that sounds totally insane.  Like i said, i think the only pertinant questions are: (1) is the pan feasable, and (2) what will be the consequences if it is actually implemented.   Btw, i think that Israel could probably implement it better than we could.  But i am sure, given enough motivation, you could get your mind in a space where you suspend those assumptions which are preventing you from considering this senario.  Btw, what are those assumptions?

Mark de LA says
Somehow I can't in thought or otherwise consider that pouring concrete down the Middle Eastern oil wells & ours is anything but a JOKE! Someone explain that without using the words jack-off or anything ad hominem. Bush wakes up every morning with people making fun of him, raging, lying about him, wanting to kill him & some actually plotting to do so. Contrast that with S's poor victim statements.

Mark de LA says
Have you figured out the part where you begin paying $10/gallon for gasoline to ship your products to market? Have you figured out the part where Iran retaliates? Have you figured out the part where Russia & China retaliate ? Have you figured out the part where Iran wipes out Palestine?
You must be smoking some fairly strong stuff! send me some


Seth says
M 2006-08-23 20:59:01 4217
Have you figured out the part where you begin paying $10/gallon for gasoline to ship your products to market? Have you figured out the part where Iran retaliates? Have you figured out the part where Russia & China retaliate ? Have you figured out the part where Iran wipes out Palestine?
Yep.  Actually my own business, online retailing, should be a growth industry.   What would happen is that there would be extreme pressure on the economy to develop alternate energy sources.  I happen to think that it would actually be a boon to the economy.  What you need to figure out is what happens when oil goes to $200/barrel and Iran can still sell it.  How much more terror can they reign.  I doubt that Iran could "wipe out" Israel with no oil revenue to buy wepons.  I doubt that Russia and China would retaliate.  They might try to open the wells, but they would have no motive to retaliate against US and Israel.  If the wells are blocked, that is the problem for them.  Anyway Russis has plenty of oil.  China might be hurting though but they will be scrambling around looking for places to buy oil just like the rest of the world. 

Thing is if you are fighting somone who has something that you want, then they are at a sever advantage.  My stratagy takes away the advantage also takes away our reason to impose our influence on the Muslim world.  That solves their problem.  It also creates a sever challenge for the rest of the world.  Sink or swim.  In no time we should be back in the business of exporting the tech know how to meet the challenge.   Look if people heed the drums of war, and they are getting deffining, then there will be total stress on out civilization in any case.  This way we choose which stress we want to tackel.  You might want to try understanding the plan instead of ridiculing it.  It might just be more interesting.

Seth says
M 2006-08-23 20:59:01 4217
Have you figured out the part where you begin paying $10/gallon for gasoline to ship your products to market? Have you figured out the part where Iran retaliates? Have you figured out the part where Russia & China retaliate ? Have you figured out the part where Iran wipes out Palestine?
Yep.  Actually my own business, online retailing, should be a growth industry.   What would happen is that there would be extreme pressure on the economy to develop alternate energy sources.  I happen to think that it would actually be a boon to the economy.  What you need to figure out is what happens when oil goes to $200/barrel and Iran can still sell it.  How much more terror can they reign.  I doubt that Iran could "wipe out" Israel with no oil revenue to buy wepons.  I doubt that Russia and China would retaliate.  They might try to open the wells, but they would have no motive to retaliate against US and Israel. 

Seth says
M 2006-08-23 16:55:15 4217
There is nothing serious in your "concrete" proposal.
That is not true.  I claim that it is entirely possible and even feasable for a batallion of commandos to take possession of a number of Iranian well heads.  The concrete can be curied in by helecopter.  A contraption could be rigged to funnel that concrete down the well head.  The well then would not be able to pump any more oil without substantual time and investment.  That oil revenue would be denied to the Iranian government and they would not be able to use it to further build up their military or use it to support terrorism in other countries.  That event in conjunction with other events would be an effective stratagy to radically change the dynamics of the battlefield.   Quite possible to the advantage of the West and Israel.  Why do you refuse to consider that a serious proposal?
Hyping catastrophe & world wars is not the way to make peace. 
I agree.  More about that later.
There are too many pronouns in your articles & it is hard to figure out what problem you are addressing.
I have reread article and cannot find any pronouns that are not either obviously assigned to a reference or can be left comfortably vague.  Did you carefully read the article which it is about? Which pronoun in particular are you haveing troubles with?  If the pronoun in question is the "this" in my sentence: "That being said, there are two sides to this problem", the "this" refers on the one side to Israel's survival, and on the other side to the legitimate grievances of the Palestenians.

Mark de LA says
M 2006-08-24 05:26:38 4217
Meanwhile in S's delusional World someone would be trying to develop energy resources in the midst of a deep world depression. Even the energy resources we have in the form of oil would be hard to develop without Stalinist labor camps. S has gone over the edge. The world should develop new alternative energy resources with deliberate haste in a smooth transition and shun S's desire for CHAOS!
Refer to 4222 if you have any doubts.

See Also

  1. Thought An event circa 1981 with 4 viewings related by tag "punch".
  2. Thought Quick Script Writing Tutorial with 2 viewings related by tag "scripts".
  3. Thought The Dogs Of War with 2 viewings related by tag "scripts".
  4. Thought A terrible question ... with 0 viewings related by tag "scripts".
  5. Thought What we do to each other matters, for that is the very being of our humanity. with 0 viewings related by tag "scripts".
  6. Thought about: Is Iran planning a cataclysmic strike for August 22? with 0 viewings related by tag "scripts".
  7. Thought Murder & Merde with 0 viewings related by tag "scripts".
  8. Thought about: The New Way Forward with 0 viewings related by tag "scripts".
  9. Thought about: Olmert gives IDF green light to expand ground offensive with 0 viewings related by tag "scripts".
  10. Thought Would that it was Otherwise with 0 viewings related by tag "scripts".
  11. Thought UN Resolution 1701 with 0 viewings related by tag "scripts".
  12. Thought The Quintessential Jewish Script with 0 viewings related by tag "scripts".
  13. Thought Other Side of the Story Anyone ? with 0 viewings related by tag "scripts".
  14. Thought about: Al-Qaeda planning militant Islamic state within Iraq with 0 viewings related by tag "scripts".
  15. Thought Where are we in the script ? with 0 viewings related by tag "scripts".
  16. Thought Tracking internal Israeli politics with 0 viewings related by tag "scripts".
  17. Thought One road to peace ... saying things that need to be said. with 0 viewings related by tag "scripts".
  18. Thought PUNCH - some of these cartoons are really funny with 0 viewings related by tag "punch".
  19. Thought Mr President, to surge or not to surge ? with 0 viewings related by tag "scripts".
  20. Thought A fatwa against a potential invasion of Iran with 0 viewings related by tag "scripts".
  21. Thought A Winning Script for Iraq with 0 viewings related by tag "scripts".
  22. Thought UNIFIL - tool of the Hezbos with 0 viewings related by tag "hezbos".
  23. Thought Changing Dynamics in Iraq with 0 viewings related by tag "scripts".
  24. Thought A Faint Sound of Peace ... with 0 viewings related by tag "scripts".
  25. Thought Good info on plugins and scripting - not wanting it lost with 0 viewings related by tag "scripts".
  26. Thought Wise Advice From A Former President with 0 viewings related by tag "scripts".
  27. Thought Draft for UNIVERSAL DATA ACCESS syntax with 0 viewings related by tag "scripts".