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OLD COOT
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steve19438    Posted 03-03-2005 at 10:56:22       [Reply]  [Send Email]
a few questions regarding your past post:
do you personally know the teacher?
were you in school all day or just for one class?
do you think that jerk who assualted you is a student at the school?
if he is not a student how did he know you were in school and what materials you had with you.
could it be possible the jerk who assualted you may be part of a family that was seriously affected by WWII?
do you think it possible that you were "set-up"?
are you from a rural area? if so mebbe you know this person's family?
you need to get this documented by the local police. i hope you do!


fredo.    Posted 03-03-2005 at 11:44:08       [Reply]  [Send Email]
what doe's the swastaka mean when the legs are turned backwards? old coot do you belong to any vet. orgs.? if you do, and you know the address of the tard, flood him [and get your members to help] with information of your hobby. i'm sure the people on here would help too.
good luck.

fredo.


RN    Posted 03-03-2005 at 17:40:07       [Reply]  [No Email]
Swastika with straight vertical and horizontal center arms, clockwise or counterclockwise outer arms is old sun symbol in some cultures, good luck token in some. 'Hakencruz'- twisted or hooked cross is Nazi slant legged political symbol. Straight legged swastika is Soumi/Finnish airforce symbol from pre-WW2, Latvia also had prenazi straight leg swastika. Pre-nazi time it was sometimes in Britain refered to as 'Jain cross' -refering to colonial India religious symbol. 'Fylfot' is old english term for old symbol from about Saxon days (1100s ?). American Indian symbol in South West- University of Arizona college newspaper about 1910? named 'swastika' had straight leg symbol on front as Native American good luck token, newspaper changed name about 1947? Politicians messed with old good symbol and innocent people with ancestors tokens are hurt. Critics of 'swastika' should be asked what they are cussing about- Hindu religious groups, Native American pueblo dwellers, Old English church fixtures, Pre-Nazi armed forces of USA, Finnland, Latvia? If they can't tell the difference they should be told to shut up until they rectify their ignorance. If they do know the difference between 'hakencruz' and 'swastika' then listen a bit. Nazi memoribilia worn or displayed in historical setting or as family members war trophy should be treated with some respect for possesor- especially if family member had to fight to get the trophy. Sounds like attacker here is a Liberal Democrat or has been over exposed to them. RN


toolman    Posted 03-03-2005 at 11:48:34       [Reply]  [No Email]
if anybody has some tar and feathers id be willing to apply,keep up the good work old coot.hang in there.


Steve/TN    Posted 03-03-2005 at 12:04:37       [Reply]  [No Email]
Been gone a while and didn't read Old Coot's post until now. The guy is a bully. He would not be harassing a person that could and would kick his butt. Report him to the school authorities and if he is an adult(18 or older) swear out a warrant for his arrest. If he is younger than 18, report him to the juvenile authories. Do not ignore the bully or he will keep on with his childish antics. Thanks for serving, Old Coot.


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