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Janet <nobody@home.com>: Jul 27 01:28AM +0100

In article <57978D00.6DC6BDD5@att.net>, g.majors@att.net says...
> you should back off on cutting people down and try to improve your own
> worthless life. You appear to be unhappy so you get your jollies by
> critisizing other peoples lives.
 
Oh here we go again, more second hand Gary gabble. First
spineless Gary decides which second hand opinion bandwagon to jump
aboard, then he struts around telling other people they can't express
their own opinion.
 
Nancy got your number when she told you if you wanted an opinion
just ask and she'll tell you what to think.
 
Janet
 
Janet UK
jmcquown <j_mcquown@comcast.net>: Jul 26 08:32PM -0400

On 7/24/2016 1:11 AM, Julie Bove wrote:
 
>>> Works well here too. The added moisture in the air is refreshing.
 
>> Moisture is not refreshing when it's 100 degrees in the house.
 
> Yes it is! I don't like dried out skin and eyes.
 
I don't have dried out skin and eyes. Then again, it's not 100 degrees
in my house.
 
Jill
jinx the minx <jinxminx2@yahoo.com>: Jul 26 09:58PM -0500


> She says it has a fireplace. I've never heard of a "shed" that has a
> fireplace. <shrug>
 
> Jill
 
I'm guessing by "fireplace" she means "wood stove". They're not an
uncommon shed find in my part of the world. My grandfather had one in his.
 
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jinx the minx
coltwvu@gmail.com: Jul 26 01:55PM -0700

yet again I say it's spelled brothel
jmcquown <j_mcquown@comcast.net>: Jul 26 09:36PM -0400

On 7/26/2016 9:58 AM, Brooklyn1 wrote:
> Bove should be able to find anything that's in Seatle less than one
> mile from her front door... probably within walking distance... no
> more than a 15 minute stroll, or five minutes with a bicycle.
(snippage)
 
Sorry, but I don't agree with you, Sheldon. Sure, Bothell is a part of
municipal Seattle. That doesn't mean her house is necessarily very
close to anything other than another house. From all her descriptions
it does not sound the type of neighborhood where there would be lots of
stores and restaurants within walking or bicycling distance. Not even
if she could, which she couldn't. From her desctriptions it sounds like
a rather depressed suburb. Not the type of neighborhood with a lot of
great shops and really good restaurants right there.
 
Jill
"Julie Bove" <juliebove@frontier.com>: Jul 26 01:54PM -0700

"sf" <sf@geemail.com> wrote in message
news:92efpb9hpptk26v1vpbmh2bmqd585os3rc@4ax.com...
 
> People who don't commute don't run to the Big City on a whim these
> days with all the traffic they have to contend with just to get back &
> forth.
 
Yep. When I was a kid, we sometimes went to Seattle for the day. We might go
to the Seattle Center or a museum or a park or some such thing. Might or
might not include a meal there. Usually not. Only place I do remember going
to several times to eat was Charlies. Looks like they are closing now.
 
http://www.capitolhillseattle.com/2015/06/broadway-says-goodbye-to-charlies/
 
Over the years, I have had friends who lived in Seattle but we rarely went
out to eat or even went out for coffee. Just too expensive. What we usually
did was bought something at the grocery store on the way there and we'd eat
that.
"Julie Bove" <juliebove@frontier.com>: Jul 26 01:58PM -0700

"tert in seattle" <tert@ftupet.com> wrote in message
news:slrnnpffo8.1jr.tert@ftupet.ftupet.com...
 
> I missed the part where you were talking about making trips on a whim --
> obviously that changes everything. There may as well be a wall surrounding
> Bothell, and a moat.
 
Since we have moved back here, we've been to Seattle maybe 20 times. Most
were for medical appointments or when my dad was in the hospital. Perhaps
three times to museums. Once for a dance convention. I think my husband took
Angela to the Seattle Center a time or two. And she went on a harbor cruise
in the 9th grade. Mostly we just have no need to go there. We have all of
the services save for a few medical specialists out here. I have to go to
the U of W for some testing but they now have an office in Everett, a
bookstore in Mill Creek and a campus in Bothell.
"Cheri" <cherig3@newsguy.com>: Jul 26 06:05PM -0700

"Gary" <g.majors@att.net> wrote in message news:5797C313.A676FAD1@att.net...
> responding to sound bites and not all info. In that case, your opinion
> is worthless to others here.
 
> "It must suck to be your husband" LOL! ;)
 
You don't get to decide what's valid for me, only for yourself, and if you
think you speak for others, you've been snorting too many paint fumes "Mr.
Wannabe Net-Manny."
 
"It DID suck to be your wife, no "must" to it at all." LOL ;)
 
Cheri
"Cheri" <cherig3@newsguy.com>: Jul 26 06:06PM -0700

"Janet" <nobody@home.com> wrote in message
news:MPG.3202038057724db84f9@news.individual.net...
 
> Gary has to wait to read the other opinions before he knows which
> arse to lick.
 
> Janet UK
 
LOL, Gary's OK, he just gets a little full of himself at at times.
 
Cheri
"Nunya Bidnits" <nunyabidnits@eternal-september.invalid>: Jul 26 04:04PM -0500

"Gary" wrote in message news:5797C313.A676FAD1@att.net...
 
 
>Sure you can, but not with any validity. If you don't read all, you are
>responding to sound bites and not all info. In that case, your opinion
>is worthless to others here.
 
Oh bullshit. I can read fifteen subthreads of a Julie thread with a dozen or
more authors and be at net zero valid information, or actually net negative
based on having taken up brain storage space with crap. Since I can't unread
things, it's best not to take up what remaining brain space I have at my age
with nonsense.
 
MartyB
jmcquown <j_mcquown@comcast.net>: Jul 26 08:26PM -0400

On 7/26/2016 5:59 PM, Je�us wrote:
 
> The obvious solution would be to not use tinypic, there's nothing
> particularly good about it and there's many other (much better)
> alternatives.
 
Tinypic used to be just fine for posting photos. Then they started with
all the ads and that is simply irritating.
 
Jill
"Cheri" <cherig3@newsguy.com>: Jul 26 05:57PM -0700

"jmcquown" <j_mcquown@comcast.net> wrote in message
news:0dTlz.10477$qZ4.6838@fx30.iad...
 
> Tinypic used to be just fine for posting photos. Then they started with
> all the ads and that is simply irritating.
 
> Jill
 
And now these creepy morons (not the ones that are just doing examples) have
started in, so not a place I care to check out much.
 
Cheri
Ed Pawlowski <esp@snet.net>: Jul 26 09:25PM -0400

On 7/26/2016 8:26 PM, jmcquown wrote:
 
> Tinypic used to be just fine for posting photos. Then they started with
> all the ads and that is simply irritating.
 
> Jill
 
Behaves strange too for me. I never look at the ads, but they do take
some time to load. About 10% of the time I never see the photo, but if
I ever want to go back to the link 90% of the time it won't load again.
"Nunya Bidnits" <nunyabidnits@eternal-september.invalid>: Jul 26 04:05PM -0500

"Roy" wrote in message
news:9c667801-255c-4bbb-9423-322fa0a37a4a@googlegroups.com...
 
>On Tuesday, July 26, 2016 at 12:45:33 PM UTC-6, The Greatest! wrote:
 
 
>> PS: please go to Amazon and "vote" for my above review!
 
Please let us know where we can "vote you off the island". It would be most
useful.
===
 
LOL!
"Nunya Bidnits" <nunyabidnits@eternal-september.invalid>: Jul 26 04:10PM -0500

"Gary" wrote in message news:5797C948.7FEA561A@att.net...
 
> Smartass's steve and marty though are meanwhile
annoyed...
 
Spelling and grammar errors:
-You don't use an apostrophe to indicate the plural
-The correct spelling for the plural of smartass is smartasses
 
HTH.
 
;-)
Gary <g.majors@att.net>: Jul 26 05:24PM -0400

Ophelia wrote:
> > that you hold the key to this. I encourage you to try though. Good luck!
> > :)
 
> Ahh But Gary has power at last !! LOL
 
Just the so called "15 minutes of fame" No big deal.
Will be old news by tomorrow.
Gary <g.majors@att.net>: Jul 26 05:38PM -0400

tert in seattle wrote:
 
> >> Try the link above again and see if I changed it.
 
> > Yup, it's changed to "potatoe"
 
> nice work but I wanted the "anatomically incorrect" tags to stay
 
Ok...check it now
http://tinypic.com/view.php?pic=117zji8&s=9#.V5el86LGpTd
 
I made the tag correction but now Tiny Pic is doing a redirect thing
again. You click on that link and that's not what you see. Somewhere in
there is your picture with the new tag.
 
It now says "anatomically incorrect potatoe"
"Julie Bove" <juliebove@frontier.com>: Jul 26 02:57PM -0700

Am posting this here as there was a fairly recent discussion of it. More bad
news about it.
 
http://circleofdocs.com/hpv-vaccine-american-college-of-pediatricians-issues-rare-warning-against-vaccine-due-to-premature-ovarian-failure/
Cheryl <jlhshadow@hotmail.com>: Jul 26 09:41PM -0400

On 7/26/2016 5:06 PM, Doris Night wrote:
 
>> :-D :-D :-D :-D :-D
 
> Happy birthday Jill! Hope you have a good one!
 
> Doris
 
Happy birthday to Jill!
 
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Cheryl
"Julie Bove" <juliebove@frontier.com>: Jul 26 01:48PM -0700

"Gary" <g.majors@att.net> wrote in message news:5797CB27.B50E608C@att.net...
 
>> Angela's is the day after that.
 
> Well Happy (18th?) Birthday to Angela tomorrow but...
> you forgot to say Happy Birthday, Jill
 
Yep. And I know. :):):)
jmcquown <j_mcquown@comcast.net>: Jul 26 08:45PM -0400

On 7/26/2016 8:18 PM, Ed Pawlowski wrote:
>> not going to burn them.
 
>> Jill
 
> Why not compromise and just black out every other ingredient.
 
Hmmmm, I *do* have a Sharpie marker... ;) Seriously, the books I bought
were published in the 1980's. I'm not going to stop using perfectly
good recipes from which I've gotten very good results over the years.
 
Jill
Ed Pawlowski <esp@snet.net>: Jul 26 09:18PM -0400

On 7/26/2016 8:45 PM, jmcquown wrote:
> were published in the 1980's. I'm not going to stop using perfectly
> good recipes from which I've gotten very good results over the years.
 
> Jill
 
Nor am I. I use the lemon reamer like us had also. Had it for years now.
Cheryl <jlhshadow@hotmail.com>: Jul 26 09:37PM -0400

On 7/24/2016 1:32 AM, Sky wrote:
> compare, a crockpot on the counter from a baking dish in the oven (think
> lasagne, again) to a stewpot on the stovetop. Isn't it the end result
> that matters when the meal is served?
 
I will bet that she won't even reply to you.
 
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Cheryl
"Cheri" <cherig3@newsguy.com>: Jul 26 05:47PM -0700

"Nancy2" <ellorysgirl@gmail.com> wrote in message
news:795c136a-8d48-497a-b9aa-d9403c2ccc0b@googlegroups.com...
> I don't do a lot of baking anyway, so can easily refrain from eating raw
> batter or dough.
 
> N.
 
Flour is one of those things that I don't have in the house often, usually
during the holidays.
 
Cheri
Ed Pawlowski <esp@snet.net>: Jul 26 09:22PM -0400

On 7/26/2016 8:47 PM, Cheri wrote:
 
> Flour is one of those things that I don't have in the house often,
> usually during the holidays.
 
> Cheri
 
I was surprised to read that. Flour is one of those thing we always
have. Just never thought different.
Tomorrow I'm baking two birthday cakes for two of my favorite people.
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Ed Pawlowski <esp@snet.net>: Jul 26 03:36PM -0400

On 7/26/2016 12:53 AM, Je�us wrote:
 
 
 
> When I was in my teens I slept regularly with a woman almost old
> enough to be my mother. I have nothing but positive memories about it.
 
But you're a VICTIM
Jeßus <j@j.j>: Jul 27 07:44AM +1000


>> When I was in my teens I slept regularly with a woman almost old
>> enough to be my mother. I have nothing but positive memories about it.
 
>But you're a VICTIM
 
Well, I wish I was a 'VICTIM' more often if that is the case.
Jeßus <j@j.j>: Jul 27 07:46AM +1000

On Tue, 26 Jul 2016 13:37:30 -0700 (PDT), Nancy2
 
>IN the case of an older woman molester of an underage male, it is often the parents
>of the male who bring charges, or report it to the police, not the kid himself.
 
Yes, has happened many times.
sf <sf@geemail.com>: Jul 26 02:55PM -0700


> I don't see the two crimes as being anything similar. Maybe they both
> got away with it, maybe only one did. We never saw anything to truly
> judge by.
 
Me either, how does murder compare with sex (if JS did it, which I
sincerely doubt too)? OJ definitely did it and his jury rejected the
facts. Fortunately, karma has taken good care of OJ anyway.
 
--
 
sf
Brooklyn1 <gravesend10@verizon.net>: Jul 26 07:42PM -0400

Nancy2 wrote:
 
>In the case of an older woman molester of an underage male, it is often the parents
>of the male who bring charges, or report it to the police, not the kid himself.
 
Yeah but, the woman is the mother's sister, the boy's aunt... a very
common occurance... very rare there'd be charges because no one would
be told.
jmcquown <j_mcquown@comcast.net>: Jul 26 07:45PM -0400

On 7/25/2016 10:54 AM, Nunya Bidnits wrote:
 
> Yeah but he bought the charges off. I can't just look the other way and
> pretend no children were harmed. Of course you're free to purchase his
> books and think whatever you want of him.
 
I mentioned way upthread I purchased those cookbooks before anyone ever
made a single allegation of abuse against Jeff Smith. I'm sure as heck
not going to burn them.
 
Jill
Ed Pawlowski <esp@snet.net>: Jul 26 08:18PM -0400

On 7/26/2016 7:45 PM, jmcquown wrote:
 
> made a single allegation of abuse against Jeff Smith. I'm sure as heck
> not going to burn them.
 
> Jill
 
Why not compromise and just black out every other ingredient.
coltwvu@gmail.com: Jul 26 03:08PM -0700

On Monday, July 25, 2016 at 4:58:58 PM UTC-4, axlq wrote:
 
I think birds or animals would eat them after they got wet.
sf <sf@geemail.com>: Jul 26 03:16PM -0700

On Tue, 26 Jul 2016 13:14:11 -0700, "Julie Bove"
> > type of cereal?
 
> Wouldn't be as good like that though. I gather that the appeal of such
> snacks is the many differing items in there.
 
When you're stuck with that amount of Cheerios, you learn to love it
or throw it out.
 
--
 
sf
jmcquown <j_mcquown@comcast.net>: Jul 26 08:16PM -0400

On 7/26/2016 6:16 PM, sf wrote:
> When you're stuck with that amount of Cheerios, you learn to love it
> or throw it out.
 
Or toss the contents of the older box out to feed the birds. I assure
you birds aren't going to be pecking at the windows complaining the
Cheerios are too old. :)
 
Jill
sf <sf@geemail.com>: Jul 26 03:11PM -0700

On Tue, 26 Jul 2016 13:02:27 -0700, "Julie Bove"
 
> The beach is hard to go to as well. They tend to be crowded on nice days and
> there is no place to park. And then you are stuck out in the sun. That's not
> an option for some who have to avoid the sun.
 
And bonfires aren't allowed at night, at least where I live.... so
that leaves the backyard fire pit.
 
--
 
sf
Dave Smith <adavid.smith@sympatico.ca>: Jul 26 07:10PM -0400

On 2016-07-26 6:11 PM, sf wrote:
>> an option for some who have to avoid the sun.
 
> And bonfires aren't allowed at night, at least where I live.... so
> that leaves the backyard fire pit.
 
It has been so dry around here that even fire pits are not allowed. We
had not had any real rain since April 30. We finally saw some rain
yesterday, and the forecast is for rain for the weekend, but over the
last few months we had lots of forecasts for rain that never
materialized. I was starting to wonder if there was any science behind
the forecasts or if they were just playing the odds.
jmcquown <j_mcquown@comcast.net>: Jul 26 08:07PM -0400

On 7/26/2016 4:37 AM, Cindy Hamilton wrote:
 
>> A "back house", you have out back? What pray tell is this building? An old residence perhaps? Do you rent it out? I'm looking for a six-month rental come winter...perhaps we could make a deal. Your winters are mild and ours aren't. I could even fix it up for part of the rent. Hmmmm, the possibilities abound.
 
> I'm pretty sure most people would refer to it as a "shed".
 
> Cindy Hamilton
 
She says it has a fireplace. I've never heard of a "shed" that has a
fireplace. <shrug>
 
Jill
Janet <nobody@home.com>: Jul 27 01:12AM +0100

In article <qv0fpb1iv9m3oeq3vnipcok307hhge63d3@4ax.com>, sf@geemail.com
says...
> drinking. If a firepit can keep them entertained and happy, I'm fine
> with them working on their verbal skills. They can go off to college
> to do their underage drinking.
 
By that age most 18 yr old school leavers here are eager to spread
their wings and responsible enough to leave the nest, and/or get a
summer job to earn some money. Living on an island they've grown up
making their own entertainment with plenty of free alternatives to
underage drinking; playing sports and music, holding dances, and some
highly inventive and successful charity fund raising.

Janet UK
"cshenk" <cshenk1@cox.net>: Jul 26 07:13PM -0500

Julie Bove wrote in rec.food.cooking:
 
 
> didn't want one.
 
> It is next to the fire pit, so if it starts raining when they are out
> there, they can duck inside the building.
 
I like that idea. A simple hangout spot that costs nothing and yet
away from the parents. Boom box, maybe practice rapping with no parents
to get in the way (or whatever else they wanna do).
 
On the floor, I assume it's on a cement pad? (structures of that size
normally are). 20x20 or so for 400feet. On flooring, for a simple
hangout if the floor stays dry, you can let them have fun painting with
artwork in multiple colors (later if repurposed, paint dark brown
overall and can antique a light color over). Area rugs. If it gets
damp, use indoor outdoor carpet and they have some very nice ones now.
Quite inexpensive and you can roll it out yourself so don't need to pay
anyone.
 
Can I dream a little as if I had that spot? First Don would make it
into a work room but let me dream something else!
 
I'd insulate then put up paneling (cheap and easy) and then paint the
floor brown and let my kid decorate it with pokemon around the edges
and put in some indoor/outdoor carpet. Ceiling fan with lights and a
portble AC unit for summer and some portable heater for winter. Cast
off sofa from freecycle (maybe 2 in that space), coffee table
(refinished from a freecycle offer), a mini-fridge, a 32 inch TV and
DVD player, something that played music, and curtin off a section for a
portable toilet and think about a mini-kitchen (no sink, just take that
inside at need to wash).
 
Smile, could be a mini-home for my daughter if she married and they
needed a place to stay until stable. Not perfect, but could be worked
with.
 
 
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Ed Pawlowski <esp@snet.net>: Jul 26 03:46PM -0400

On 7/26/2016 4:19 AM, Tom Del Rosso wrote:
 
> Having only website pics to go on, most seem to have poorly designed
> controls, like many microwaves do. Anybody here have a suitable model
> that has sensible controls?
 
What makes controls sensible or not? Evidently the desighners thought
their controls were but you have other ideas.
ZZyXX <zzyxx@CampSodaRestorationProject.null>: Jul 26 04:36PM -0700

On 7/26/16 1:19 AM, Tom Del Rosso wrote:
 
> Having only website pics to go on, most seem to have poorly designed
> controls, like many microwaves do. Anybody here have a suitable model
> that has sensible controls?
 
outlet store or thrift shop
 
or
 
http://www.walmart.com/ip/Oster-Designed-For-Life-Extra-Large-Convection-Countertop-Oven/13729291
 
just $99
sf <sf@geemail.com>: Jul 26 02:58PM -0700

On Tue, 26 Jul 2016 20:48:06 +0100, "Ophelia" <OphElsinore@gmail.com>
wrote:
 
 
> > I guess you either didn't notice or didn't care, because I have been
> > through my little piece of Hell and killed those threads too.
 
> Did your 'little piece of Hell' go on for 20+ years?
 
You could have left the group.
 
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sf
Janet <nobody@home.com>: Jul 27 12:32AM +0100

In article <57978F8B.4F05C1D5@att.net>, g.majors@att.net says...
> > also don't read some posters much at all.
 
> That's all fine and dandy as long as you don't jump into a conversation
> with an opinion and you haven't even read the opposing views.
 
Gary has to wait to read the other opinions before he knows which
arse to lick.
 
Janet UK
"The Greatest!" <gregorymorrowchicago07@gmail.com>: Jul 26 01:54PM -0700

On Tuesday, 26 July 2016 15:18:33 UTC-5, Roy wrote:
 
> > Greg
 
> Please let us know where we can "vote you off the island". It would be most useful.
> ===
 
 
REDRUM
 
 
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Best
Greg
Jeßus <j@j.j>: Jul 27 07:59AM +1000


>Everyone should tag their pictures. Seems that it will cut out all
>changes unless *I* decide to do that. But I'm not that way...In the past
>3-4 days, I've learned it all.
 
The obvious solution would be to not use tinypic, there's nothing
particularly good about it and there's many other (much better)
alternatives.
sf <sf@geemail.com>: Jul 26 03:06PM -0700

On Tue, 26 Jul 2016 20:47:59 +0100, "Ophelia" <OphElsinore@gmail.com>
wrote:
 
> > that you hold the key to this. I encourage you to try though. Good luck!
> > :)
 
> Ahh But Gary has power at last !! LOL
 
And he's telling Squertz his secret. JC!
 
--
 
sf
Jeßus <j@j.j>: Jul 27 07:47AM +1000

On Tue, 26 Jul 2016 08:57:23 -0400, Brooklyn1
 
>>And as usual,no further replies from him when I destroy his arguments.
 
>How about you get to a dentist and get your jappy bucky beaver teeth
>fixed.
 
Mmm, that makes sense.
"The Greatest!" <gregorymorrowchicago07@gmail.com>: Jul 26 01:57PM -0700

Gary wrote:
 
 
> > > :-D :-D :-D :-D :-D
 
> > Angela's is the day after that.
 
> Well Happy (18th?) Birthday to Angela
 
 
I thought her daughter was like 63 or something...
 
 
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Best
Greg
Doris Night <goodnightdoris@yahoo.com>: Jul 26 05:06PM -0400


>Happy Birthday to Jill here. It's her special day. (July 26)
 
>I truly wish you a "better than average" day, Jill. Enjoy!!!
 
> :-D :-D :-D :-D :-D
 
Happy birthday Jill! Hope you have a good one!
 
Doris
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USA Africa Dialogue Series - Obama's half-brother says he's voting for Donald Trump

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Obama's half-brother says he's voting for Donald Trump

That's a controversial headline.

Only goes to show that not all Africans are the same.

It's not about Brother Obama, it's his verdict on Crooked Hillary:


Obama's half-brother says he's voting for Donald Trump

July 24, 2016

http://www.worldtorahnews.com/#!Obamas-halfbrother-says-hes-voting-for-Donald-Trump/cjds/5795367e0cf26df1ae606f2c

Source: Fox News

 

President Obama's Kenyan half-brother wants to make America great again — so he's voting for Donald Trump.

 "I like Donald Trump because he speaks from the heart," Malik Obama told The Post from his home in the rural village of Kogelo. "Make America Great Again is a great slogan. I would like to meet him."

 Obama, 58, a longtime Democrat, said his "deep disappointment" in his brother Barack's administration has led him to recently switch allegiance to "the party of Lincoln."

The last straw, he said, came earlier this month when FBI Director James Comey recommended not prosecuting

Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton over her use of a private e-mail servers while secretary of state.

 "She should have known better as the custodian of classified information," said Obama.

He's also annoyed that Clinton and President Obama killed Libyan leader Moammar Khadafy, whom he called one of his best friends.

 Malik Obama dedicated his 2012 biography of his late father to Khadafy and others who were "making this world a better place.

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