If he says I wrote none.... and then someone comes along and spells, Niger... (a country in Africa by the way) and it doesn't look the same. The person claiming the pity is the one I would look at. Specially since it's a common trend now a days and got her a $10,000 pay day!”
qdog112 on May 29, 2014 at 18:31:17
“It's so clear and that's why a guy PAID FOR A HANDWRITING EXPERT TO SAY SO!!!
It's also common to pay someone to state THE OBVIOUS. I'm sure you do it, ALL THE TIME!”
“There is NO tips on take out, why should I give you 15% to put something inside a brown bag!”
darkmark on May 29, 2014 at 17:22:45
“red lobster pay:
2 Red Lobster Salaries
$3.64 average hourly pay
putting 44$s worth of food in boxes, with utensils, or at least napkins and then in bags, if that's what this person does all day then they deserve a tip. the tip is the excuse restaurants use to get laws that allow for below minimum wage.”
“You can tell by handwriting it's someone else, it's so obvious.... you are all too quick to judge based on your own prejudices.”
qdog112 on May 29, 2014 at 16:33:56
“I didn't judge anyone. It seems you did. Both individuals say they didn't write it. Why do you accept what Barnes said and not Ms. Jenkins? If it were so obvious that Barnes did not write it, because "it's so obviously 2 different handwritings", why do you suspect Barnes paid an expert
Nothing I wrote indicates I judged anyone. I do think that the statement Barnes wrote "none" judges his statement as factual, when you nor the writer knows it for sure.”
“Fully automatic AK's, RPG's and grenades..... that is heavily armed. Moving across your country (Russia) with impunity, Most of the world doesnt allow citizens to have automatic weapons, RPG's or grenades, much less take them on a cross country trip.
"There is nothing to stop Russia from rolling into Ukraine with heavy weaponry other than a lack of desire to do so."
And international repercussions to the oligarchs wallets, that's why they told Putin to ease off.”
Red Rook on May 28, 2014 at 10:55:20
“Fully automatic AK's are the most popular weapons in the world. RPG's aren't used by militaries anymore. They can't even take out a modern tank. Modern militaries have real weapons. Let me know when they find Kornets. I'm sure someone that is willing to go into a foreign country and fight that government has laws at the top of their priorities. Hand carried weapons like AK's, RPG's, and grenades can be smuggled anywhere. There are probably people in whatever city you are in that have illegal weapons as we speak.
As for sanctions, yes, it is possible that Europe could allow sanctions to be imposed between them and Russia. At some point even Germany might be willing to make their energy falter affecting all sectors of their economy. If that was the real intention, then how does occupying Ukraine slowly with paramilitaries help? If Russia's end goal is to occupy the country, then they are going to have to roll in their real military at some point. If that is what they are willing to risk, then why wait when this could all be over in weeks.”
“This would make sense, only the participants were Russian and Ukrainian.
Chechens I could see being involved because of proximity, however when you have central asian fighters. Those guys traveled a long way through Russia heavily armed without some sort of ok?
That brings up a question for you? If they are traveling across Russia without approval, without combat weapons, who is arming them before going into Eastern Ukraine?”
Red Rook on May 28, 2014 at 10:15:27
“What are you calling heavily armed. They have rifles. A handful of people seem to have hand carried anti-tank and mortar weapons. None of that counts as heavily armed. We see civilians with those weapons in the poorest countries on earth. It doesn't take a military to get them.
What they don't have is the heavy armament we expect of a military such as artillery, jets, tanks, and warships. Russia has all of these things, and they outgun Ukraine tremendously. No foreign military is even suggesting they might help Ukraine. There is nothing to stop Russia from rolling into Ukraine with heavy weaponry other than a lack of desire to do so. There are foreigners with rifles, but that should be expected. We see that in any conflict. It is not the same as the Russian military.”