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***AM BULLDOG DISCUSSION*** » Ben Carson » 3/19/2016 10:24 am

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well Malcom x said Martin Luther King was an uncle tom , so Dr Carson is in good company from your perspective ... i would have voted for Ben Carson , i voted for Donald Trump , because it made sense ....... anything else would have been illogical ........ Dr. Carsons affirmation puts me in good company http://cdn.boardhost.com/emoticons/nervous.png


Martin Luther King Jr. Was an Uncle Tom...

http://oneblackatheist.blogspot.com/2008/11/martin-luther-king-jr-was-uncle-tom.html

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Malcolm X died a hero in my eyes. 
 

***AM BULLDOG DISCUSSION*** » Ben Carson » 3/19/2016 10:16 am

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me wrote:

well Malcom x said Martin Luther King was an uncle tom , so Dr Carson is in good company from your perspective ... i would have voted for Ben Carson , i voted for Donald Trump , because it made sense ....... anything else would have been illogical ........ Dr. Carsons affirmation puts me in good company http://cdn.boardhost.com/emoticons/nervous.png


Martin Luther King Jr. Was an Uncle Tom...

http://oneblackatheist.blogspot.com/2008/11/martin-luther-king-jr-was-uncle-tom.html

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Now your a Trump supporter lmao, way to jump on the bandwagon. Trump will CRUSH union jobs in Ohio. Singlehandedly managed to offend everyone except white men in the country according to a new CNN poll.

The republican party wants nothing to do with the guy, they know he is a film flam con artist who says what's clever and does whatever.  Fact Check has narrowed him down to telling a lie every 5 minutes. The guy just feeds on the the fears and stereotypes in the country.  I pray Trump is is the GOP candidate  because he'll lose by a landslide. 

***AM BULLDOG DISCUSSION*** » Ben Carson » 3/18/2016 6:28 am

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Jim Webb ran for president as a democrat , he was  a democratic senator , that'd be why he'd vote for Hillary  ..... with what's left running for president i'd have voted for him , I may have voted for him no matter who was left ..... to bad mouth JIm Webb , like I said about Ben Carson makes the person doing the bad mouthing look like a shmuck , for lack of a more appropriate word ........... Ben Carson will go on to have a great life , i'm sure the presidency is not something he needed , and he'll go on being an "original"  conservative , I guess also known as an "uncle tom" lmfao .......... what do you think of Herman Caine ???????

check out Jim Webb's credentials  http://www.amazon.com/James-Webb/e/B000APBB1C     , 


 Bill Clinton for first lady   , idiocracy at it's finest


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Your boy Carson is looking more and more like a Schmuck daily now endorsing Trump. Aaaaaahahahaha. He and Herman Caine are one in the same. I can't tell Tom's apart.

***AM BULLDOG DISCUSSION*** » Ben Carson » 3/04/2016 9:31 pm

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Ben finally dropped out, what happened Mark? Jim ran for president on the Republican ticket why would he vote for Hillary? She would be better than Trump though

***AM BULLDOG DISCUSSION*** » Ben Carson » 2/24/2016 11:21 pm

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That's the projects I grew up in, would it be fair for me to say Ben Carson grew up WHITE or didn't have the black experience because his situation was better than mine?

***AM BULLDOG DISCUSSION*** » Ben Carson » 2/24/2016 12:12 pm

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Just shows how ignorant the guy actually is, he is what we call a Uncle Tom for sure. From 6-10 Obama was in Indonesia lol. Does this guy actually think a black kid raised by white parents wouldn't come across prejudices/racism in his life or childhood? Wth I'm sure his Mother and grandparents received plenty as well.

Black people are treated like Shizzy all over the world? That wasn't and isn't isolated to urban America?  Carson is a joke. Since he had such a tough experience what has he said he would change as president, what issues has he spoke on? Zero

***AM BULLDOG DISCUSSION*** » Ben Carson » 2/07/2016 10:00 pm

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Gas is lower than its ever been in a long while, only gas companies going under are those who were overcharging in the first place. Something must be going right. Still doesn't discount the fact that America knows Carson was and is a joke.

***AM BULLDOG DISCUSSION*** » Ben Carson » 1/29/2016 1:04 am

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How's your boy Ben Carson doing Mark?

***AM BULLDOG DISCUSSION*** » IT WAS A GOOD RIDE... BULLYVARD IS THE PLACE... » 1/28/2016 3:54 pm

I always preferred this board over any other platform and still do. That Facebook groups will soon run their coarse.

***AM BULLDOG DISCUSSION*** » Dual Sire Breeding » 1/11/2016 10:27 am

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How many pups to each sire???

7 pups from Slick and 1 female pup from 40. I placed my 40 pup from the litter with a freind. Checked on the pup at about 9 months and ended my friendship with that person after that and I put her in a forever pet home whom I never heard from after either. But she was perfectly put together and I was at least able to see both productions against each other with the same bitch.

The female was so nice out of it I bred my of her Maze daughter to 40 and got some pretty nice dogs out of that 1. I'll post them when I get home.
 

***AM BULLDOG DISCUSSION*** » Dual Sire Breeding » 12/28/2015 12:41 pm

I had the first documented dual sire breeding a few years back and if you can get it to work it's a sweet thing.  It only cost around $200 to DNA all the dogs. 

***AM BULLDOG DISCUSSION*** » BACK AND FORTH DOESN'T ALWAYS EQUAL SUCCESS... » 10/13/2015 5:49 pm

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I guess you can breed tight for a couple generations but after say 3 generations will you still keep ping ponging back and forth???

As long as I breed dogs it will be mostly linebreeding around the same family of dogs. I just did a inbreeding on Brute Force Slick of Megabulls.  I have a lot of dogs tightly linebreed and Inbred on Bouncer of Steel Curtain and Perry's Reka of Dailey.

The goal is to find the right dogs of the two lines or strains and out cross them with one another.  

I been preparing for either way it may go polish it up.  I have breedings in mind 5 or so years down the line. I look forward to how it all comes together.

 

***AM BULLDOG DISCUSSION*** » BACK AND FORTH DOESN'T ALWAYS EQUAL SUCCESS... » 10/13/2015 10:16 am

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If you breed around one dog or a group of dogs has hub animals are you making any real progress??? What real progress have we seen in linebreeding programs besides the flash in the pan first generation productions???

Just using these names for reference but what did BH or Dailey achieve by breeding around Braudzilla or Dailey his foundation stud???

Besides type what program has been able to sustain this practice for several generations without the inbreeding depression issues hindering progress???

I could name progress they both made with that system, but I would sound better coming from them. What I do know is I'm making progress building after what Jeff and Bruce started for my particular taste.

***AM BULLDOG DISCUSSION*** » training a dog without correction » 10/06/2015 9:23 am

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How much did yours cost???

 
I believe around $80 dollars

***AM BULLDOG DISCUSSION*** » training a dog without correction » 10/04/2015 10:09 pm

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I get you now Mark, I keep something called a cattle prong around in case an accident happens and I am not home and my old lady has to break it up. It cuts all the BS out of the worse dog. We haven't had to use it but a couple times, but it's definitely worth the investment.

 
That is a good idea... I bet that will stop them in there tracks... Lol...

When I was into game pitbulls I visited a fairly big kennel and was amazed by how they dogs were with each other. I thought he was sone kinda amazing dog trainer. I asked if he could teach me how he was able to get the dogs to behave so well. That's when he told me the how to keep everyone respectful at least in his presence.

***AM BULLDOG DISCUSSION*** » training a dog without correction » 10/01/2015 4:06 pm

I get you now Mark, I keep something called a cattle prong around in case an accident happens and I am not home and my old lady has to break it up. It cuts all the BS out of the worse dog. We haven't had to use it but a couple times, but it's definitely worth the investment.

***AM BULLDOG DISCUSSION*** » training a dog without correction » 10/01/2015 9:58 am

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so you have heard of this ......... i actually thought i was just misunderstanding ........... i had a pup at 4-6weeks was real aggressive with the other pups , by 8 weeks it was hurting the other pups , drawing blood , full bites trying to shake the other pups , when the other pupwould defend itself it would turn into a real fight , i had to start keeping him seperate . i knew i'd end up having  to keep the pup and  he'd  have to co-exist with my dogs , at least while i was around , i'm not about rotating dogs , i don't have the time ..... when i'd break him off he'd try and bite me , he actually did bite me twice  .....  my dogs do come pretty dog aggressive sometimes , i've had a few i was never able to leave  together when i wasn't around , but i've never not been able to keep all of them together when i am .... i have always used corrections , distractions and desensitization ....... the pup at 8 months is not cured , i don't believe you ever cure a dog like him , but he is manageable and he doesn't try to bite me ............ how do you solve a situation like that without correcting the dog for  the  behavior ?

9mm or somebody who has a junkyard is my suggestion. 

***AM BULLDOG DISCUSSION*** » training a dog without correction » 9/29/2015 1:47 pm

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anybody got an opinion on this , a guy told me

The list of breeds I've trained is extensive. Hundreds of dogs now. All trained without correction..................Neapolitan mastiffs and DDB, both brought back from severe dog aggression caused by aversive training techniques using non-aversive training techniques (no physical or verbal corrections)

  is this possible ? not for some , but all dogs ?
 

I've done this with a few dogs, people leaving their adult dog with me to  go on vacation, taking grown dogs back people can't handle ect. Sometimes you have no choice. Haven't done this with every dog by far but the ones I did were because their were no alternatives. 

Everything has to be positive, average handler,owner can't deal with a dog where everything is straight business. Everything command has to be meaningful and firm from the way you walk up and put the leash on to feeding it.

I hadn't noticed the parentheses originally, so no, I'm verbal. I don't use clickers and it's mainly body control however I still speak.

***AM BULLDOG DISCUSSION*** » Ben Carson » 9/29/2015 10:22 am

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Smh, the guy single handily regulated the stock markets, what do you think that did for the Economy??? He's shrunk the nation's deficit by 2/3 while president! These things aren't just good, they are amazing!!

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He's clearly not the god you guys expect him to be. But a 3rd term I'm sure everyone would be happy instead of the majority of the country.

 

***AM BULLDOG DISCUSSION*** » Ben Carson » 9/26/2015 12:58 pm

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i think your article is a outdated  , i talk to my daughter 2-3 times a week ... oils recent issues are a relatively recent occurence ..... my daughter and her bf  actually just wanted to transfer to PA , because her boyfriend has to go to wyoming to work  , they still  may , but there were no job openings earlier this summer ......... i believe you'll find your article was previous to the fall of 2014 ??  i'm sure there are places where there seem like jobs in oil , as i said they can't just stop , but they're "losing" money ....... i'm worried about my daughters job , it's a great job , they're down to cutting mngmt ,  i just talked to her and she said her job was in next years budget , i hope it picks up ..... low oil prices are good for the economy , unless you work in oil , or are some sort of supplier to the oil industry ......some big money jobs are being lost  ......... i think the price of a barrel of oil has increased 3 days in a row ........

Big oil companies' profit hits decade low
http://www.usatoday.com/story/money/markets/2015/07/31/big-oil-profit-falls/30940917/

Exxon and Chevron profits are down over 50%
http://money.cnn.com/2015/07/31/investing/exxon-mobil-chevron-profits-tank/


if you can buy something cheaper than you can make it , it only makes sense to buy it




 

Thats a small problem if she is educated Mark, more of a matter of where she submits her resume. Clean energy is the future and the way it should be. Most democrats are pushing clean energy for everyone and our environment. Most Republicans are pushing for things to keep the big oil companies going imo.

Pittsburgh was the hub for Steel Mills for many years, employed hundreds of thousands of people. Problem was living here, You couldn't see across the street at 4pm it was so smoggy. Sneezing out black sut.  Best thing that could have happened to this city was closing most down.

***AM BULLDOG DISCUSSION*** » Ben Carson » 9/26/2015 9:23 am

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sgreen wrote:

The

Lost Bloodline wrote:

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So your claim is that Obama created a bunch of jobs but that they weren't the "great jobs"???? But then you go on to claim manufacturing jobs are coming back???? Are those "great jobs"????? What is the pay on the jobs you are describing????? I'm trying to figure out if you are just regurgitating party talk or if I'm not understanding what you are talking about.

Catepillar just announced that 10,000 workers are getting let go. The average salary for a Catepillar employee is $75k per yr.

Like I said before.....maybe things are better in your area because the rest of the U.S. Isn't experiencing what you keep trying to describe.

Steve I'm not sure where your going with this Catapillar talk,  the company said it's restructuring to save 2 billion dollars?  This is nothing new if your talking about manufacturing companies.

I worked at a Local Steel Mill right out of high school in 2002. Remember the economy went to Shizzy and the stock market crashed 2007-2008 I was apart of the thousands of layoffs then.

In my area there are a ton of Oil drilling jobs that pay that and are hiring as we speak.

Obama is only requiring wealthy companies to pay taxes and make insurance available for their employees. Even Trump mentioned there were too many loop holes for the rich and he would tax them as well.  

It's only right Steve

If you pay attention to companies like Catepillar you will have a much better idea of what's coming vs banking on what a politician is putting out in their "numbers". Smart money isn't watching the same things that you are taking for granted.

I especially enjoy phrases like "it's only right" or "fair". Hahaha. I'm positive that what you think is "right" or "fair" is a far cry from what many believe is "right" or "fair". Fair in my book is that we ALL pay the exact same % of our income. Fair in my book is that everyone competes on the same level without set asides or special programs

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