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PostPosted: Sun Nov 11, 2007 10:58 am
 


ShepherdsDog ShepherdsDog:
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The ones who have effectively pushed their agenda are the Legion, considering that they got the sale of white poppies banned, among other things. Some freedom they were fighting for. :roll:

Time for some pushback, and the piece by Graham Lettner makes a good starting point.


What an asinine comment. They were the ones who made the sacrifces and choices you don't have to make(thank Christ). This is their day, a time to remember those soldiers who gave their lives and blood.


And yet the Legion is going out of its way to deny people the choice of wearing a white poppy. :?


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PostPosted: Sun Nov 11, 2007 10:59 am
 


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xerxes xerxes:
Oh look, another keyboard tough guy.


Was hwanker ever man enough to meet Avro? :roll: :lol:


No but his kid looks alot like me.


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PostPosted: Sun Nov 11, 2007 11:01 am
 


Streaker Streaker:
xerxes xerxes:
Oh look, another keyboard tough guy.


Was hwanker ever man enough to meet Avro? :roll: :lol:


doubt it. Hwanker has even less huevos than his buddy Krugman.


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PostPosted: Sun Nov 11, 2007 11:04 am
 


xerxes xerxes:
Streaker Streaker:
xerxes xerxes:
Oh look, another keyboard tough guy.


Was hwanker ever man enough to meet Avro? :roll: :lol:


doubt it. Hwanker has even less huevos than his buddy Krugman.


Eggs?

and why would I risk anything kicking the crap out of a POS like avro ?

He's not worth it.


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PostPosted: Sun Nov 11, 2007 11:07 am
 


PluggyRug PluggyRug:
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Good words, BB, but I won't be wearing a red poppy again - after reading how the Legion threatened legal action against a shop selling white poppies it won't be getting any more dough from me.


Streaker...why are you always so negative.

Cannot you you find anywhere in your cold heart the means to honour the vets who gave you the freedom to to be such a miserable person.


...but apparently not the freedom to wear a white poppy, if that's my wish.

Anyhow, no need to fret about me, Pluggy. Now, Scrappy, on the other hand..... :lol:


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PostPosted: Sun Nov 11, 2007 11:08 am
 


xerxes xerxes:
Streaker Streaker:
xerxes xerxes:
Oh look, another keyboard tough guy.


Was hwanker ever man enough to meet Avro? :roll: :lol:


doubt it. Hwanker has even less huevos than his buddy Krugman.


ROTFL


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PostPosted: Sun Nov 11, 2007 11:13 am
 


Brenda Brenda:
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BluesBud BluesBud:
It would be wonderful if all of the conflicts of past, present and future could have been or will be resolved by diplomatic means and not in loss of life. We all are aware that that is not always possible.

Streaker, you made a good point in that the battles and wars fought for the right to show your freedom to make your points known and speak your mind. On Nov 11 please remember the reason you can do so is the sacrifice of those remembered on the day. No one says you must wear a red poppy on Remembrance Day but please do understand what the day is about. Not to give a sense of glory or to celebrate war. It is for those on all sides that went to war, fought for their cause or against oppression. To honor those that returned and those that gave their life and limb. To show the families of those soldiers that they are not the only ones that remember what they did for their countries and freedom.

I agree with the rest that Nov 11 is a time for Red Poppies. However whether I agree with you or not I will fight to the death for you to have the right to where any colour you like. Buy a red poppy for the reasons I have said here. You don't have to wear it. Wear what ever colour you wish, but please don't do it to dis-honor those that have given you the right to do so.


Good words, BB, but I won't be wearing a red poppy again - after reading how the Legion threatened legal action against a shop selling white poppies it won't be getting any more dough from me.


You can make one yourself...

I don't think (well, I hope it isn't...) it is a token of sponsoring :?

As I understand, it is a token of respect to the soldiers, fallen or home safe, to remember what they did.

Not to get cash :?
The money goes to the Veterans. Streakers little bitch boycott is doing nothing but hurting them.


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PostPosted: Sun Nov 11, 2007 11:14 am
 


Regina Regina:
I'll start wearing a white poppy when they start to grow that way in Flanders field.
Good point.


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PostPosted: Sun Nov 11, 2007 11:16 am
 


Tricks Tricks:
Brenda Brenda:
Streaker Streaker:
BluesBud BluesBud:
It would be wonderful if all of the conflicts of past, present and future could have been or will be resolved by diplomatic means and not in loss of life. We all are aware that that is not always possible.

Streaker, you made a good point in that the battles and wars fought for the right to show your freedom to make your points known and speak your mind. On Nov 11 please remember the reason you can do so is the sacrifice of those remembered on the day. No one says you must wear a red poppy on Remembrance Day but please do understand what the day is about. Not to give a sense of glory or to celebrate war. It is for those on all sides that went to war, fought for their cause or against oppression. To honor those that returned and those that gave their life and limb. To show the families of those soldiers that they are not the only ones that remember what they did for their countries and freedom.

I agree with the rest that Nov 11 is a time for Red Poppies. However whether I agree with you or not I will fight to the death for you to have the right to where any colour you like. Buy a red poppy for the reasons I have said here. You don't have to wear it. Wear what ever colour you wish, but please don't do it to dis-honor those that have given you the right to do so.


Good words, BB, but I won't be wearing a red poppy again - after reading how the Legion threatened legal action against a shop selling white poppies it won't be getting any more dough from me.


You can make one yourself...

I don't think (well, I hope it isn't...) it is a token of sponsoring :?

As I understand, it is a token of respect to the soldiers, fallen or home safe, to remember what they did.

Not to get cash :?
The money goes to the Veterans. Streakers little bitch boycott is doing nothing but hurting them.


Apparently some of the money goes to the Legion's lawyers so that it can threaten some small shopkeeper in Edmonton.


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PostPosted: Sun Nov 11, 2007 11:19 am
 


Streaker Streaker:
Tricks Tricks:
Brenda Brenda:
Streaker Streaker:
BluesBud BluesBud:
It would be wonderful if all of the conflicts of past, present and future could have been or will be resolved by diplomatic means and not in loss of life. We all are aware that that is not always possible.

Streaker, you made a good point in that the battles and wars fought for the right to show your freedom to make your points known and speak your mind. On Nov 11 please remember the reason you can do so is the sacrifice of those remembered on the day. No one says you must wear a red poppy on Remembrance Day but please do understand what the day is about. Not to give a sense of glory or to celebrate war. It is for those on all sides that went to war, fought for their cause or against oppression. To honor those that returned and those that gave their life and limb. To show the families of those soldiers that they are not the only ones that remember what they did for their countries and freedom.

I agree with the rest that Nov 11 is a time for Red Poppies. However whether I agree with you or not I will fight to the death for you to have the right to where any colour you like. Buy a red poppy for the reasons I have said here. You don't have to wear it. Wear what ever colour you wish, but please don't do it to dis-honor those that have given you the right to do so.


Good words, BB, but I won't be wearing a red poppy again - after reading how the Legion threatened legal action against a shop selling white poppies it won't be getting any more dough from me.


You can make one yourself...

I don't think (well, I hope it isn't...) it is a token of sponsoring :?

As I understand, it is a token of respect to the soldiers, fallen or home safe, to remember what they did.

Not to get cash :?
The money goes to the Veterans. Streakers little bitch boycott is doing nothing but hurting them.


Apparently some of the money goes to the Legion's lawyers so that it can threaten some small shopkeeper in Edmonton.


Why don't you move, You don't fit in Canada.


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PostPosted: Sun Nov 11, 2007 11:26 am
 


Streaker Streaker:
Tricks Tricks:
Brenda Brenda:
Streaker Streaker:
BluesBud BluesBud:
It would be wonderful if all of the conflicts of past, present and future could have been or will be resolved by diplomatic means and not in loss of life. We all are aware that that is not always possible.

Streaker, you made a good point in that the battles and wars fought for the right to show your freedom to make your points known and speak your mind. On Nov 11 please remember the reason you can do so is the sacrifice of those remembered on the day. No one says you must wear a red poppy on Remembrance Day but please do understand what the day is about. Not to give a sense of glory or to celebrate war. It is for those on all sides that went to war, fought for their cause or against oppression. To honor those that returned and those that gave their life and limb. To show the families of those soldiers that they are not the only ones that remember what they did for their countries and freedom.

I agree with the rest that Nov 11 is a time for Red Poppies. However whether I agree with you or not I will fight to the death for you to have the right to where any colour you like. Buy a red poppy for the reasons I have said here. You don't have to wear it. Wear what ever colour you wish, but please don't do it to dis-honor those that have given you the right to do so.


Good words, BB, but I won't be wearing a red poppy again - after reading how the Legion threatened legal action against a shop selling white poppies it won't be getting any more dough from me.


You can make one yourself...

I don't think (well, I hope it isn't...) it is a token of sponsoring :?

As I understand, it is a token of respect to the soldiers, fallen or home safe, to remember what they did.

Not to get cash :?
The money goes to the Veterans. Streakers little bitch boycott is doing nothing but hurting them.


Apparently some of the money goes to the Legion's lawyers so that it can threaten some small shopkeeper in Edmonton.
Can you prove that? Maybe the legion asked it's members for donations for this reason, or a laweyer believed in their cause and did it for free, or one of it's members is a lawyer.


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PostPosted: Sun Nov 11, 2007 11:28 am
 


hwacker hwacker:

Why don't you move, You don't fit in Canada.


Yeah, let's get rid of all the dissidents and contrarian views, just like like your buddies Iran and China.


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PostPosted: Sun Nov 11, 2007 11:30 am
 


Tricks, usually lawyers don't work for free.

Under the circumstances, the onus is on you to prove that in this case the Legion received legal representation free of charge.


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Tricks Tricks:
Can you prove that? Maybe the legion asked it's members for donations for this reason, or a laweyer believed in their cause and did it for free, or one of it's members is a lawyer.


It's all still a waste of resources.


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PostPosted: Sun Nov 11, 2007 11:31 am
 


Streaker Streaker:
Usually lawyers don't work for free.

Under the circumstances, the onus is on you to prove that in this case the Legion received legal representation free of charge.
Usually there isn't a good enough cause to.


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