Did FDR and Colin Campbell know about Pearl Harbor in advance?

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    Did FDR and Colin Campbell know about Pearl Harbor in advance?

    Word on the street is yes, and neither did anything.

     
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    are you serious????? come from behind down by 2 goals, tie the score and then win it in overtime and you are asking if FDR knew about Dec 7th 1941??? I'll answer the question for you. NO they did not. I have a 91 year old uncle who was at pearl harbor that day. they had no idea what hit them.

     
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    campbellscolon appears to be someone frustrated by posters such as null.

    maybe he thinks that if enough nuisance is caused, BDC will do somehting about trolls.

    or he's new to this world and is taking issue with null.

    in any event, it's all for naught.  nothing will change.  null will keep on posting.  people will complain to bdc.  and nothing will happen.

     
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    The return of NuII.  Or rather, NuII (to make the difference clear).

     
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    The Nucks are OUT.....again......sweep!!!!

     
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    Ben Affleck was awesome in Good Will Hunting and The Town.

    Pearl Harbor?  No.

     
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    Ben Affleck was awesome in Good Will Hunting and The Town.

    Pearl Harbor?  No.



    It was the J-Lo ripple effect.

     
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    It's cool that both Affleck and Damon are both successful.

    I figured Affleck would be Garfunkel.

     
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    It's cool that both Affleck and Damon are both successful.

    I figured Affleck would be Garfunkel.



    Affleck cant act, but he is a great director though.  The Town and Gone Baby Gone are both great movies.

     
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    And then there was Gigli....

    Affleck is a good actor AND director, his problem is he will work on anything. Hand him a movie about going full ret*rd and he is in.

     
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    You work for the CIA, dont you?

     

     
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    I like all kinds of movies. I also like pie but not all kinds. Apple and Blueberry are my favorites. Is keish considered pie? I'm gonna consider it pie cause it's really egg pie. Even though I like keish, I do not like all kinds of keish. Wierd, huh?

     
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    I like all kinds of movies. I also like pie but not all kinds. Apple and Blueberry are my favorites. Is keish considered pie? I'm gonna consider it pie cause it's really egg pie. Even though I like keish, I do not like all kinds of keish. Wierd, huh?




    Keish is a pie, yes.

     
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    You work for the CIA, dont you?

     




    Yes.  But you knew that.

     
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    You work for the CIA, dont you?

     

     




     

    Yes.  But you knew that.



    Shhh. What I know could get us all killed.

     
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    It's cool that both Affleck and Damon are both successful.

    I figured Affleck would be Garfunkel.



    True Affleck story.  My sister was working at a store when Affleck came up to her and asked her something about something.  she said to him, 'You look like Ben Affleck.'  she hesitated and then said 'I bet you get that a lot'.

    Affleck said 'yes'.

    Later she found out if really was him.

     
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    It's cool that both Affleck and Damon are both successful.

    I figured Affleck would be Garfunkel.

     



    True Affleck story.  My sister was working at a store when Affleck came up to her and asked her something about something.  she said to him, 'You look like Ben Affleck.'  she hesitated and then said 'I bet you get that a lot'.

     

    Affleck said 'yes'.

    Later she found out if really was him.




    If I ever meet Ben Affleck I am gonna tell him he looks a lot like Matt Damon.

     
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    Also true story - with names changed to protect the guilty.

    Went to a Hall of Fame ceremony with a friend years ago.  Got there early to soak in the ambiance, people watch etc., and while we're out on the street, we run into a recently-inducted HOFer (having a smoke...).  Now, he's there in large part because he's speaking for a former teammate who is being inducted, and we're all talking about the HOF class and who else is there as part of the ceremonies including who this HOFer is sitting next to (assigned seating for presenters).  Turns out he's sitting next to Mike Bossy.

    So we talk for about the length of a cigarette, and the HOFer is ready to head back in.  And my friend pulls out an autograph book just as the guy's about to leave and says "hey, listen, I don't want to impose or anything..." and you can see the HOFer think ugh, but hey, it's cool that people still want my autograph (especially on something that isn't going straight up for sale), so he turns back, and pulls his hand out of his pocket because he's getting ready to reach for the book and pen, and my friend continues "...but could you take this in and see if Bossy will sign it for me?"  The HOFer just looks at him for a second, doesn't say a word, and then just goes back inside.  We spent the rest of the night explaining to the friend why that was a classic move, but one that made him just about the biggest d--k in the building.

     
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    Re: Did FDR and Colin Campbell know about Pearl Harbor in advance?

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    It's cool that both Affleck and Damon are both successful.

    I figured Affleck would be Garfunkel.

     



    True Affleck story.  My sister was working at a store when Affleck came up to her and asked her something about something.  she said to him, 'You look like Ben Affleck.'  she hesitated and then said 'I bet you get that a lot'.

     

    Affleck said 'yes'.

    Later she found out if really was him.

     




    If I ever meet Ben Affleck I am gonna tell him he looks a lot like Matt Damon.

     




    I'm gonna tell him he looks a lot like Cher.

     
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    I like all kinds of movies. I also like pie but not all kinds. Apple and Blueberry are my favorites. Is keish considered pie? I'm gonna consider it pie cause it's really egg pie. Even though I like keish, I do not like all kinds of keish. Wierd, huh?



    quiche.

     
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    Book, that's an awesome story.

     
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    I like all kinds of movies. I also like pie but not all kinds. Apple and Blueberry are my favorites. Is keish considered pie? I'm gonna consider it pie cause it's really egg pie. Even though I like keish, I do not like all kinds of keish. Wierd, huh?

     

    quiche.

     



    Yeah, I would avoid anything offered to you as Keish a pie.  Sounds like it should come with Chlamydia sauce....

     
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