President Obama plays Titanfall

#11HorridhalPosted 4/24/2014 7:38:20 AM
That_Damn_Kid posted...
Bush was better

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Have a real point please.
#12bgwilly255Posted 4/24/2014 8:02:16 AM
kennyynnoo posted...
Ummm Mr. President.....some major kiss ups in that game, funny though.


The proper way to address a President, past and present is "Mr. President". When you first address him, you begin the sentence with Mr. President. Afterwards, during the conversation, you refer to him as Sir. At the end of the conversation you thank you by saying "thank you Mr. President".

Source: Veteran who has had the great honor of meeting President Obama.
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#13HorridhalPosted 4/24/2014 8:07:02 AM
bgwilly255 posted...
kennyynnoo posted...
Ummm Mr. President.....some major kiss ups in that game, funny though.


The proper way to address a President, past and present is "Mr. President". When you first address him, you begin the sentence with Mr. President. Afterwards, during the conversation, you refer to him as Sir. At the end of the conversation you thank you by saying "thank you Mr. President".

Source: Veteran who has had the great honor of meeting President Obama.


They aren't royalty and Mr. Bush or Mr. Obama is more than adequate.

While it is polite to add the formality of their former office it isn't a requirement.

They are just normal people, don't elevate them. That is part of the problem.
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I'm not the nicest person you'll meet.
Have a real point please.
#14DOWBLACKNINJAPosted 4/24/2014 8:33:15 AM
bgwilly255 posted...
kennyynnoo posted...
Ummm Mr. President.....some major kiss ups in that game, funny though.


The proper way to address a President, past and present is "Mr. President". When you first address him, you begin the sentence with Mr. President. Afterwards, during the conversation, you refer to him as Sir. At the end of the conversation you thank you by saying "thank you Mr. President".

Source: Veteran who has had the great honor of meeting President Obama.


Horridhal posted...
bgwilly255 posted...
kennyynnoo posted...
Ummm Mr. President.....some major kiss ups in that game, funny though.


The proper way to address a President, past and present is "Mr. President". When you first address him, you begin the sentence with Mr. President. Afterwards, during the conversation, you refer to him as Sir. At the end of the conversation you thank you by saying "thank you Mr. President".

Source: Veteran who has had the great honor of meeting President Obama.


They aren't royalty and Mr. Bush or Mr. Obama is more than adequate.

While it is polite to add the formality of their former office it isn't a requirement.

They are just normal people, don't elevate them. That is part of the problem.


Bgwilly255 some people will never understand proper etiquette. From a fellow vet.
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#15Laylow12Posted 4/24/2014 9:00:13 AM
Horridhal posted...
bgwilly255 posted...
kennyynnoo posted...
Ummm Mr. President.....some major kiss ups in that game, funny though.


The proper way to address a President, past and present is "Mr. President". When you first address him, you begin the sentence with Mr. President. Afterwards, during the conversation, you refer to him as Sir. At the end of the conversation you thank you by saying "thank you Mr. President".

Source: Veteran who has had the great honor of meeting President Obama.


They aren't royalty and Mr. Bush or Mr. Obama is more than adequate.

While it is polite to add the formality of their former office it isn't a requirement.

They are just normal people, don't elevate them. That is part of the problem.


Normal people? What have you done with your life? You must believe you're life is worthless if you think the President of The United States is a normal person.

Also, you say they're not royalty. Yeah because they were actually elected and weren't born into a real good situation like "Royalty".

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#16HorridhalPosted 4/24/2014 9:10:11 AM
Laylow12 posted...
Horridhal posted...
bgwilly255 posted...
kennyynnoo posted...
Ummm Mr. President.....some major kiss ups in that game, funny though.


The proper way to address a President, past and present is "Mr. President". When you first address him, you begin the sentence with Mr. President. Afterwards, during the conversation, you refer to him as Sir. At the end of the conversation you thank you by saying "thank you Mr. President".

Source: Veteran who has had the great honor of meeting President Obama.


They aren't royalty and Mr. Bush or Mr. Obama is more than adequate.

While it is polite to add the formality of their former office it isn't a requirement.

They are just normal people, don't elevate them. That is part of the problem.


Normal people? What have you done with your life? You must believe you're life is worthless if you think the President of The United States is a normal person.

Also, you say they're not royalty. Yeah because they were actually elected and weren't born into a real good situation like "Royalty".

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Royalty doesn't deserve to be treated like royalty either, never said they did.

The president, past or present, doesn't deserve any respect past what they earn. The same is true for everyone.

You need to understand that a title doesn't make a man, the reverse is true. Your attitude is atrocious.
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I'm not the nicest person you'll meet.
Have a real point please.
#17Laylow12Posted 4/24/2014 9:13:53 AM
Horridhal posted...
Laylow12 posted...
Horridhal posted...
bgwilly255 posted...
kennyynnoo posted...
Ummm Mr. President.....some major kiss ups in that game, funny though.


The proper way to address a President, past and present is "Mr. President". When you first address him, you begin the sentence with Mr. President. Afterwards, during the conversation, you refer to him as Sir. At the end of the conversation you thank you by saying "thank you Mr. President".

Source: Veteran who has had the great honor of meeting President Obama.


They aren't royalty and Mr. Bush or Mr. Obama is more than adequate.

While it is polite to add the formality of their former office it isn't a requirement.

They are just normal people, don't elevate them. That is part of the problem.


Normal people? What have you done with your life? You must believe you're life is worthless if you think the President of The United States is a normal person.

Also, you say they're not royalty. Yeah because they were actually elected and weren't born into a real good situation like "Royalty".

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Royalty doesn't deserve to be treated like royalty either, never said they did.

The president, past or present, doesn't deserve any respect past what they earn. The same is true for everyone.

You need to understand that a title doesn't make a man, the reverse is true. Your attitude is atrocious.


Yeah, you're still in high school.

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The Prince of Peace embraced the gloom, and walked the night alone.-Battle of Evermore/Zeppelin
#18Sevi_neyPosted 4/24/2014 9:15:11 AM
Obama prolly had a bowel movement today too
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#19HorridhalPosted 4/24/2014 9:22:51 AM
Laylow12 posted...
Horridhal posted...
Laylow12 posted...
Horridhal posted...

They aren't royalty and Mr. Bush or Mr. Obama is more than adequate.

While it is polite to add the formality of their former office it isn't a requirement.

They are just normal people, don't elevate them. That is part of the problem.


Normal people? What have you done with your life? You must believe you're life is worthless if you think the President of The United States is a normal person.

Also, you say they're not royalty. Yeah because they were actually elected and weren't born into a real good situation like "Royalty".

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Royalty doesn't deserve to be treated like royalty either, never said they did.

The president, past or present, doesn't deserve any respect past what they earn. The same is true for everyone.

You need to understand that a title doesn't make a man, the reverse is true. Your attitude is atrocious.


Yeah, you're still in high school.

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Cute, but no.

Also, since that is the best you can do, I'm done with you bucko.
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I'm not the nicest person you'll meet.
Have a real point please.
#20Laylow12Posted 4/24/2014 9:27:00 AM(edited)
Horridhal posted...
Laylow12 posted...
Horridhal posted...
Laylow12 posted...
Horridhal posted...

They aren't royalty and Mr. Bush or Mr. Obama is more than adequate.

While it is polite to add the formality of their former office it isn't a requirement.

They are just normal people, don't elevate them. That is part of the problem.


Normal people? What have you done with your life? You must believe you're life is worthless if you think the President of The United States is a normal person.

Also, you say they're not royalty. Yeah because they were actually elected and weren't born into a real good situation like "Royalty".

.


Royalty doesn't deserve to be treated like royalty either, never said they did.

The president, past or present, doesn't deserve any respect past what they earn. The same is true for everyone.

You need to understand that a title doesn't make a man, the reverse is true. Your attitude is atrocious.


Yeah, you're still in high school.

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Cute, but no.

Also, since that is the best you can do, I'm done with you bucko.


You're at that point in your life where you don't respect anyone including the President of The United States, your mom, your dad and you think you're the bomb. That's a high school or jr. high mentality.

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The Queen of Light took her bow, and then she turned to go.
The Prince of Peace embraced the gloom, and walked the night alone.-Battle of Evermore/Zeppelin