Well hello from Kuala Lumpur. I’m posting from an internet cafe. Only found out the site was down earlier today. So i had it rebooted and now it’s back up again. Now imagine if i hadn’t checked up on it. You’d’ve been fubar-less till i got back. THE HORROR.

Anyway, KL sucks. It’s a filthy city with terrible streets and crazy traffic and it’s been raining almost every night. I hate it.

Singapore > Kuala Lumpur

But in other news, i bought some games and DVDs and stuff. Got Guitar Hero II for PS2, Lost season 2, Rescue Me season 2 and Veronica Mars season 2 on DVD, and one of these. Zoom zoom!

Also bought like RM$500 of Bobbi Brown makeup. For my girlfriend.

I’ll be back home on Friday.

PS: Democrats FTW!

65 thoughts on “I WANT TO GO HOME

  1. “Democrats FTW!” qft, what he said, full agreement, et cetera.

    Also cool toy ftw.

    #1 | Comment by gamekid — November 8, 2006 @ 5:51 am

  2. Yeah, I was wondering why I couldnt get into the site…now I know.

    #2 | Comment by Pawluk — November 8, 2006 @ 6:04 am

  3. > Democrats FTW!” qft, what he said, full agreement, et cetera.

    >> Yeah, I was wondering why I couldnt get into the site…now I know

    clearly the Republicans took down the site to stop the spread of message to vote Democtrat, by far the most plausible explanation.

    #3 | Comment by mo-boobies — November 8, 2006 @ 7:44 am

  4. Democrats FTL!

    #4 | Comment by wtf0rz — November 8, 2006 @ 7:45 am

  5. smells like burnt lame duck in this country.

    #5 | Comment by sammy — November 8, 2006 @ 8:03 am

  6. because politics is bore, I was flipping channels this morning and ended up stopping on Oxygen.

    I did not know that the slogan for the Oxygen channel is “It takes Boobs!” and they had a nice little ad of boobs and boob related activities to go with it.

    I can get behind a slogan like that.

    #6 | Comment by DisconcertedGeorge — November 8, 2006 @ 10:15 am

  7. i bet Justin’s car doesn’t turn into a giant robot.


    #7 | Comment by AngelBaby — November 8, 2006 @ 11:12 am

  8. sorryy……still votes Rep! I want to keep the money I earn!

    However, I agree, Politics is boring, so I digress. I have just been so sad lately due to the Britney/Fed-ex split. I just never saw it coming. 🙁

    #8 | Comment by THOR — November 8, 2006 @ 12:05 pm

  9. ^^^

    I don’t want to keep the money I earn. I want to spend it on cool stuff that serves no useful purpose.

    Like cars that turn into robots or makeup for my imaginary girlfriend.

    #9 | Comment by DisconcertedGeorge — November 8, 2006 @ 12:20 pm

  10. Keely’s ass is a thing of beauty too:


    #10 | Comment by El Payo — November 8, 2006 @ 1:04 pm

  11. #9 – Cool stuff that serves no useful purpose-FTW.

    Politics is boring…unless you have fist fights and politicians pimp-slapping each other in the assembly like they do in Europe, Korea and Taiwan. Now that’s politics in action! They should have that everywhere.

    BTW, looks like Rumsfeld is gonna resign.

    #11 | Comment by Smiley — November 8, 2006 @ 1:10 pm

  12. KL is boring, but Brunei isnt exactly an über cool place either. I mean, seriously, unless you live there or are having sex with one of it’s residents, its pretty lame.

    But I agree, Singapore is cool. Besides the banning of gum and spray paint, its a pretty rocking place. I mean, Singapore DID give us the mighty Tammy Nyp sextape!

    #12 | Comment by Zahid — November 8, 2006 @ 4:50 pm

  13. Ugh… damn Democrats, and damn stupid assholes who voted them in. This can only end badly. Well, let’s go Dems! Have fun fucking everything up! I mean, yeah, let’s STOP trying to go after the terrorists who want us to all either die or accept their Muslim beliefs. What a bunch of morons.

    #13 | Comment by Democrat H8r — November 8, 2006 @ 7:59 pm

  14. cut the crap and post some pics will ye~

    #14 | Comment by providence — November 8, 2006 @ 8:34 pm

  15. guitar hero II is win

    #15 | Comment by anon — November 8, 2006 @ 8:52 pm

  16. 13. Democrat H8r

    You’ve been listening to to mush Rush/Sean talking points. It’s rotting your brain.

    #16 | Comment by d00d — November 8, 2006 @ 9:16 pm

  17. #12 what is the tammy nyp tape? im very curious ;x

    #17 | Comment by Evestay — November 8, 2006 @ 10:38 pm

  18. Who cares about this shit? Does anyone know anymore about the Scar Jo BJ audio tape? Is it on the net yet?

    #18 | Comment by YourBlueRoom — November 8, 2006 @ 11:05 pm

  19. FUCK the democrats win

    #19 | Comment by Tyler D — November 9, 2006 @ 2:24 am

  20. #17 its this sextape made by some cheerleader named Tammy from some preppy college called Nanyang Polytechnic and her dorky, small penised bf, who made a sextape on her mobile, only to get it stolen and uploaded by some rivals. It made a big splash in the Malaysian, Singaporean and Bruneian blogs (im suprised Justin never mentioned it) and even got some mainstream press too. Started this whole lame debate about if the blame was on the dude for recording it or the girl for letting it get recorded, and she ultimatly got expelled from school (things work different in Singapore)

    The sex isnt spectacular, but it certainly has some novelty value to it.

    #20 | Comment by Zahid — November 9, 2006 @ 4:12 am

  21. You can find it here:


    #21 | Comment by Zahid — November 9, 2006 @ 4:16 am

  22. Perhaps Justin never mentioned it because:

    A: It’s stupid.
    B: That’s Justin’s Girlfriend.
    C: That’s Justin and he doesn’t want everyone to see his small dick.
    D: All of the above.

    However, with that said……I do think Justin mentioned it before, I’m just too lazy to look up old posts!

    #22 | Comment by THOR — November 9, 2006 @ 9:22 am

  23. Thank you Zahid!

    #23 | Comment by Evestay — November 9, 2006 @ 1:27 pm

  24. “Ugh… damn Democrats, and damn stupid assholes who voted them in. This can only end badly. Well, let’s go Dems! Have fun fucking everything up! I mean, yeah, let’s STOP trying to go after the terrorists who want us to all either die or accept their Muslim beliefs. What a bunch of morons.”

    Ugh… Morons? You must be an idiot. What gave you the idea that democrats don’t want a safe and secure country? YOUR choice in president (and both houses of congress too) had five fucking years to catch and kill the bastard that masterminded 9/11. What did they do? Invade Iraq and get thousands of good American boys killed. My nephew is serving his second tour in Iraq, damn near killed in his last 1 year tour. So shut your pie hole and get with the program. The nation has spoken, be quiet and take your lumps (or thumpin as per Bush).

    If you are so proud of your political affiliation give me one thing, just one good thing that the president, the house and the senate did in the last 6 years to better this country. Go ahead and Google it. I’ll wait. I’ll wait for 2 more years until chuckle head is out and a democrat gets to pick the new drapes in the oval office too.

    Viva la dems.

    #24 | Comment by Charlie — November 9, 2006 @ 11:59 pm

  25. Justin doesn’t trust himself with money.

    Justin wants to pay taxes.

    Justin doesn’t understand what a minimum wage really does or why it’s bad.

    everyone who is like Justin in all of those ways, in act if not in speech can go screw himself.

    #25 | Comment by Bruce Meyer — November 10, 2006 @ 3:38 am

  26. singapore >>>>>>>>>>>>>>> malaysia. period

    #26 | Comment by fufufafafaf — November 10, 2006 @ 5:59 am

  27. 25. Bruce Meyer

    I know… it sucked having to dumpster-dive for food in the Great Depression of 1997 after they raised the minimum wage.

    #27 | Comment by d00d — November 10, 2006 @ 3:50 pm

  28. 24..

    I’ll take the bait, even though it won’t get me anywhere, but whatever.

    In answer to your question, the big thing, the one major thing that comes to mind that the current administration has done to better this country IS the fight against terrorism. Honestly, what is the other option? Take the fight to them? Or sit here as all the liberals (you included, most likely) would prefer, and just have a building catastrophically destroyed one day, maybe a school blown up the next week…etc. How can you not see the logic in trying to put a stop to them? The biggest problem I keep seeing, is that you libs don’t have the stomach to fight it out, and put forth the effort and make the commitment to see it through to the end. Seems to me, that since we’ve began this war on terror, the fight’s been over there…not here. I’d like to keep it that way. It is a shame that American lives have been lost in the effort, but that’s a sacrifice that many people are willing to make, and most in the Armed Forces would gladly give their lives to keep crybaby liberals like you safe here at home, even though you don’t want that. Another bit of biased liberal media bullshit that so many people seem to have swallowed is this idea that we shouldn’t be there because it’s not our fight. Bullshit. I’ve never heard worse bullshit than that. I can’t imagine how anyone could come to the mistaken conclusion that this is not our fight, when we are the ones these guys want to destroy. I guess any other war we’ve fought has also not been our fight by the same token. If we pull out of Iraq now, the entire state is going to collapse from a power vacuum, terrorist groups will rise to power again, cause a whole lot of havoc over there, but also start bringing the fight back over here to us. I don’t want my town looking like Falluja, worrying about which bus is going to blow up next, or wondering when some hijacked plane is going to kill thousands more American lives. If you want to be blind to that, and think that everything is going to be perfectly okay if we just back out of Iraq now, then you are stupid. I wish I could sugar coat it for you more than that, but no. That would be the dumbest move we could possibly make at this point, considering we’ve got these guys on the run.

    You ask why we haven’t been able to catch and kill the people responsible for 9/11 in five years. Because it’s only been five years. Like I said, you libs don’t have the stomach to see it through and do what has to be done. How long did it take to crush Hitler’s 3rd Reich? It’s much harder to catch rogue terrorists who don’t fight by means of traditional warfare. We’re not fighting a nation, we’re fighting bands of terrorists, motivated by misguided religeous beliefs, who are so hell-bent for their cause, that they are willing to commit suicide acts in the process. It’s not an easy clean and sweep operation. You’re fighting these assholes, hiding behind civilians, and woe to whatever soldier accidentally kills a civilian in the process because then they get the liberal’s favorite label of “babykiller.” You’re not figthing organized soldiers in a combat situation, you’re fighting regular civilians, hiding behind innocent civilians. It takes time. Sadly, it also takes lives. These are both necessary to defend our country and our people. Everyone who serves in the Military is aware of this, and is willing to make that sacrifice, or they wouldn’t have joined. There is no forced draft at the current time, and the number of volunteers for all branches of the Military has gone up steadily since the terror attacks.

    You say your nephew is serving, and was almost killed. That’s a shame, truly it is, but imagine how many more people will die if the terrorist attacks are not stopped. Have you served in the Military? Probably not, not with those viewpoints. Self sacrifice for the good of others is not high up on the liberal priorities. I served my time in the Military during both Iraqi Freedom, and the War On Terror, and I’m proud of the honor to serve my country. Fortunately, I didn’t have to give my life for my country, but if I had, I would have been proud to do so. I would rather see highly trained, armed men and women, who know the risks full well fight and die for their country than to have unarmed civilians die in terrorist attacks.

    This is the break the terrorists have been waiting for. Clinton stood by and did nothing when the World Trade Center was attacked, and look at the repercussions that followed. Atleast Bush has had the balls to take some action and put a stop to these attacks. This is not something we need to back out of now, at this point in the game, and give it all back to the terrorists when we’re winning. The game is not over, the game is very ugly and unfortunate, but if we give in now, it will only get worse.

    I know I’ve just wasted my breath, because arguing with liberals is like arguing with a tree. Neither has common sense to think logically, and both are just a stubborn. Sadly, in the tree’s case, it is because it lacks a brain, while in the liberal’s case, it is because his brain has been brainwashed and rotten by the liberal media. The liberal medai, who use sleight-of-hand diversions, smoke, and mirrors, like a well trained magician, to shift your attention and focus away from the facts…and you believe their trickery. If you want to see the liberal utopia, try reading 1984 by George Orwell. Try to use some common sense and reason, and think for yourself.

    #28 | Comment by Democrat H8r — November 10, 2006 @ 5:50 pm

  29. Having said all that, I’m done arguing this. I’ve said my piece, you can give a rebuttal if you’d like, but don’t expect another reply from me on this subject. It’s pointless to argue with someone who refuses to use logic, and you just won’t bait me into attempting it. I’ve answered the question you’ve asked of me, and given my thoughts and viewpoints. If you disagree, then fine. You are wrong, but that is your right, which I served my time in the Military to defend. Unless you can provide an alternative logical viewpoint, not based on the liberal media’s lies, then don’t bother responding.

    Now, since this is not a political blog, I propose that we leave that subject behind, and get back to what this site is designed for.

    Oh, and one side note referring back to your post. Until you have served your country, and taken up arms to defend it as I have, I would suggest that YOU shut YOUR pie hole and get with the program.

    #29 | Comment by Democrat H8r — November 10, 2006 @ 6:01 pm

  30. “Honestly, what is the other option? Take the fight to them? Or sit here”

    That’s that flypaper theory. And it’s horseshit. Who says the terrorists can’t do both (see the recent attacks in London)? Not only that, but we’re giving the terrorists free traing that they can use on us.

    “The biggest problem I keep seeing, is that you libs don’t have the stomach to fight it out, and put forth the effort and make the commitment to see it through to the end. “

    The republicans themselves have come out and said that the Iraq war is making the problem of terrorism worse.

    “I can’t imagine how anyone could come to the mistaken conclusion that this is not our fight, when we are the ones these guys want to destroy. “

    The republicans themselves have come out and said that Iraq had nothing to do with 9/11.

    “imagine how many more people will die if the terrorist attacks are not stopped.”

    Since Iraq is making matters worse, what’s your (or Bush’s) plan for stopping terrorism?

    “Clinton stood by and did nothing when the World Trade Center was attacked”

    All those responsible are currently serving life sentences.

    #30 | Comment by d00d — November 10, 2006 @ 8:38 pm

  31. I win everyone else lost. Leave it at that.

    #31 | Comment by Tyler D — November 10, 2006 @ 9:44 pm

  32. hey Democrat H8r –

    I appreciate your response. No need to get all upset. I am sure we can all agree that each and every one of us, no matter our political affiliation can deeply say we love our country. We all want it to be safe and protected. Yes, I am a liberal Democrat that leans to the Libertarian party (the real small government party).

    I appreciate the kind thoughts for my nephew currently serving somewhere in Iraq on this Veterans Day. I never said I have not served my country, as I have. My family has a strong background – from the Revolutionary War to the Civil War, hell, I had a relative die at the Alamo. WW1 and WW2 (grandpa stormed the beaches of Normandy and help defeat Hitler – in less time than we have been in Iraq), Korea, Vietnam as well as Desert Storm. Kind of shocking that a family of the gutless liberal Democrats may have a longer history of wartime service than you? Good thing is that point is not up for debate – it never will be. I refuse to fall in to the rhetoric that all veterans must stand up and support current military actions bullshit. I have a mind and I use it. So has my family for as long as we can remember.

    I know you posted two long and well thought out responses, and I also know this is not a political blog. I can’t speak for dOOd, although he did touch on some great points. I can ask the same question I did above. I know you will not respond, you stated that. Just think about this question again, now that you have gotten that out of your system.

    “If you are so proud of your political affiliation give me one thing, just one good thing that the president, the house and the senate did in the last 6 years to better this country.”

    The so called “War on Terror” is not the answer I was looking for. Remember – he was in office a whole fucking year before 9/11 and perhaps had an early warning that something was coming (did nothing, no warning, no anything. No attacks to get Osama, who we knew was the bad guy because Clinton tried to get him several times before). This smoke screen is not good on so many levels. Last time I checked Osama is still in Afghanistan or perhaps Pakistan. Let’s hit that hard again. Let’s get him. Dead or alive – I don’t care. That is the true terror base – so go get it. The “War on Terror” is a great marketing plan to scare the masses into submission (apparently it has worked on YOU). Yes – the threat is real – I know that. My neighbor is a pilot for Homeland Security. Want to know what he does for this “War on Terror”? He does one week on the mexican border and the rest of the time he sits at an airport drinking coffee. That is a fucking joke and you know it. Even he says it’s a waste of his time and government money. Hell – they would not let him go to New Orleans after Katrina to help out. Thanks. He’s a hell of a chopper pilot and thinks he could have helped save lives if he had went. Nope – gotta keep the country safe drinking coffee and smoking cigarettes all day.

    No – I am looking for something good. Something that helped the people of THIS country. Everyday people. People in need of help. Of a better economy. Of healthcare for all citizens. Good education for all. An alternative source of energy. Voting reform. Lowering the deficit. You know – things us liberal tree hugging Democrats like to provide. Things that we all need (even you).

    Your man has 2 years to do something positive. Just today he seemed to be reaching out to the new party in control wanting to make progress. I hope he does as I don’t want to always think of him as the loser that did nothing but ruin the middle east and send thousands of our boys back in body-bags. Because that war will never be won – unless we kill them all – and that’s not winning for anyone, is it?

    By the way – reading your post made me thing you are watching too many talking points memos from Bill O’Rielly. Or listening to Rush Limbaugh too much. Liberal media bias my ass.

    Don’t forget to vote in 2008 as I think what’s left of your party will need the help. Perhaps volunteer on election day.

    Good day.

    #32 | Comment by Charlie — November 10, 2006 @ 10:13 pm

  33. Update to Democrat H8r :

    Looks like your boy Rumsfeld and other cronies are in deep shit. Germany is considering prosecuting him for war crimes? How badly do you have to fuck up for Germany to accuse you of being a war criminal – I assume pretty bad. This marks the SECOND time Germany has attempted to do this.

    And if the US is not cooperative, Germany can fly in under the cover of night, pull people off the street and whisk them away in secret jets. I mean, why not, since there is no longer that pesky habeas corpus or those stupid Geneva Conventions thanks to his ex-boss Bush. Remember? Who needs to honor those things, this is war. What’s good for one side can be good for the other.

    Remember – almost the entire world thinks we are screwing up on this “War on Terror” and it may be time to fess up. Hell – your boy Bush had never traveled overseas prior to being elected. Textbook dumb American. Stupid is as stupid does.

    Don’t bother responding with your conservative dribble, I could give a shit. The American people have spoken via the election and I am sure you think they are all weak and gutless as well.

    #33 | Comment by Charlie — November 11, 2006 @ 12:18 am

  34. Justin, Gears of War is fucking amazing. You need to tell Microsft to hurry up the repairs.

    #34 | Comment by Kito — November 11, 2006 @ 7:54 am

  35. ^^^ I boughts the Xbox360 for the Gears of War and so far it seems pretty darn good … I haven’t played it much because I’m still trying to get over the fact that the 360 sounds like a turbine engine when it’s running a game.

    #35 | Comment by DisconcertedGeorge — November 11, 2006 @ 6:37 pm

  36. Gears is amazing… best game I’ve played on 360 since call of duty 2.
    Anyway if you play it through to the middle you become an addict pretty much till the end.

    #36 | Comment by fuul — November 11, 2006 @ 10:19 pm

  37. Democrat H8r = tuff talking wimp who never served in the military.

    #37 | Comment by Capt Jack Harkness — November 12, 2006 @ 1:31 am

  38. I don’t want to lose another limb. I sit here at my computer now because I have nothing else to do. Republicans hate the troops. They don’t want another GI Bill. They don’t want to help veterans, those who have fought for freedom!

    This President sent 150,000 troops in this Iraq War, yet in the first Persian Gulf War they sent 600,000. But in the first gulf war, they didn’t have to overthrow a government and prevent a civil war. Right now, our troops are in the midst of a civil war with no change in strategy from the cowards up top. 150,000 troops tells me they don’t want to win.

    You talk about 5 years and sticking it out… YOU GO FIGHT!!!

    $379 Billion spent on Iraq, $97 Billion on Afghanistan. Our campaign in Afghanistan began on 9/11/01. Iraq? 2003. Why the discrepancy?

    I was moved from Afghanistan to Iraq, where my leg was blown off by a roadside bomb. I had no body armor. Republicans don’t care about the troops.

    Democrat H8r! Learn your fucking lessons. You think we should stick it out? GO FIGHT! GO! I did.

    #38 | Comment by Pvt. Jamison — November 12, 2006 @ 7:50 am

  39. Capt Jack Harkness and Pvt. Jamison:

    You think I haven’t served?

    True, I never spent any time in the ground war, but I DID serve during both Iraqi Freedom and Enduring Freedom. I enlisted in the U.S. Navy in Feb. 2000. I spent the majority of my time in the service stationed aboard U.S.S. Enterprise in support of both of those operations. I was never the “tip of the spear” and thankfully I did not lose either my life or any of my limbs in the service of my country, but I DID serve in both of those combat operations doing my part to ensure that you guys in the ground war had aerial support. I was already in the Navy by the time the conflict started, so I didn’t have the choice to serve on the ground. I sympathize with anyone killed or wounded during these operations. I wish it didn’t happen, but we have no choice. I DO however think it’s necessary. Sometimes lives do need to be lost for our country’s freedom, and I think sometimes people need to quit being so damn short sighted and selfish, and realize that the defense of our country as a whole is more important than the loss of some of our soldiers lives. If my situation had been different, and if i hadn’t already been in the Navy, I can’t say that I would have joined the Army. I don’t want to die any more than anyone else does. But, I still would’ve joined my nation’s armed forces, and I still would’ve fought for my country. If it had been required, I would gladly and proudly given my life in service of my country. As it stands, I may not have shed any blood for my country, but I damn sure maid plenty of personal sacrifices in the Navy during my time deployed in the Persian Gulf. Don’t think for a second that the boys on the front line are the only ones fighting and serving their country.

    Yes, I DO think we need to stick it out. I think we need to hit them fast, I think we need to hit them hard, and I think we need to hit them incessantly until we emerge victorious and put an end to their terrorism. But that’s awfully damn hard to do when we’re not only fighting the terrorist overseas, we’re also fighting all you bastards here at home who can’t see the forest for the trees, can’t see the greater good, and can’t see the fallacy of backing out of the fight now, when the terrorists are sure to retalliate even more when we remove the pressure from them. If you want to complain about not having body armor and want to complain about being an ill equipped military, why don’t you talk to your holy democrats you guys just put back in charge. It’s your democrats that want to cut spending on defense, and it’s your democrats who want to yank us out of Iraq, because in their global isolationist view, the rest of the world is not our problem, and we should never take up arms to defend our country because we might piss someone off. It’s your democrats and their rose-colored glasses, who think that everything will be allright with the world if we just lay down our arms and refuse to fight. If we give up all of our weapons, somehow the rest of the globe will in turn, do the same. There are nations and people who want to destroy us for the simple fact that we, as a majority, do not follow their religious beliefs. If we lay down our arms, we only make victims of ourselves. But not according to the democrats. The gun control loving, war hating, peace loving hippies. I’m not saying we shouldn’t strive for peace, but we won’t achieve it by making ourselves vulnerable to other nations. If you want to be victimized, that’s your own choice. But don’t condemn my nation and my home because of your idiotic beliefs. Do some research, and you’ll see that all the shortcomings you complained about in the military are based on the democrats desire to cut spending on defense, and their desire to be out of this war.

    And don’t ever accuse me of not doing my part in service for my country. I served my country proudly for six years in the U. S. Navy, aboard the U.S.S. Enterprise, and I served my time in the Persian Gulf doing my part to ensure that you guys on the ground had air support to help cover you. There is an honor and distinction in being the “tip of the spear” but the tip of the spear doesn’t work without the rest of the spear behind it to push it forward.

    Despite your convictions and obvious dislike of our present military situation, I would like to thank you for your service in defending our country. I am sorry that you were wounded and lost a leg. It is a shame that such things happen. I only wish you could step outside of your own situation to see the greater good and necessity. It’s a shame that your combat experience has led your beliefs even further from the truth. I would have hoped that your own suffering would have shown you that your service to prevent such things from happening to innocent civilians back home IS necessary. I still maintain that I would rather lose American lives as soldiers, in a far off battlefield, if it prevents the tragic suffering of innocent civilians back home. In an ideal world, no one would suffer, and no one would be injured, but we live in the real world, a world the democrats would like to have people ignore. I’m sorry for your suffering, but since this is the real world, it was, and is, necessary to make some sacrifice for the greater protection of the people back home.

    I was proud of my service to my country. You should be even more proud of your service to your country, having first hand combat experience defending it. Why can’t you be proud, and understand the greater cause? And talk to your beloved democrats and see if you can’t change their minds about defense spending and try and get our boys some more gear to give them more of a fighting chance. If the American people would get behind this war, and quit being a bunch of sissy hippies, quit bashing and trash-talking our Commander in Chief, and put forth a little dedication and effort, we can easily overcome and defeat these terrorists. How is it that the worlds only modern superpower can be taken down to it’s knees by a bunch of militant religious zealots with no formal training and Soviet surplus military equipment? It’s because of their allies, the democrats, back home, who are working to bring us down from the inside.

    #39 | Comment by Democrat H8r — November 13, 2006 @ 1:15 am

  40. Oh, and Charlie:

    It is unfortunate that many nations in this world are in a disagreement with our fight against these terrorists. But remember who’s country was attacked. The terrorists have been gunning for America because they hate our freedom. If the terrorists want to pick a fight with the U.S.A., then the fight is between the terrorists and the U.S.A. No other nation has any business trying to control our foreign policy when they are not in our situation. Frankly, as far as I’m concerned, the other nations should only have 3 options. Either you’re for us, as an ally, you’re against us, as an enemy, or if you don’t want any part in the fight, you keep your mouth shut and stay out of it. In my personal opinion, if a nation questions our decision to make war on the terrorists who killed so many innocent American lives, then I think it really calls into question their code of ethics and their ideals of right vs. wrong. I mean, come on…let’s make no attempt at all to bring justice to these terrorists, but lets criticize the country who was attacked when they try to bring them to justice. Does this mean that in a murder trial, these countries would back the guilty murderer and criticize the justice system for attempting to punish them? Apparently so. I have little time, and virtually no patience for such a stupid ideology, and even less so for the idiots who believe it.

    And to anyone else who is following this, and wants to accuse me of being a “tuff talking wimp who never served in the military,” then so be it. I seriously doubt I will post on this matter again. If you’re going to be a moron, refuse to face facts, or follow flawed logic, then it’s pointless for me to debate with you anyway. It wouldn’t matter what arguement I raised or what viewpoints I tried to get across, if you’re not going to use logic and reasoning, you won’t understand them, and you’re going to continue to cloud the issue with your hopes and dreams for an idealistic world, hide from reality, and maintain your flawed notions. After all that I’ve posted on this issue, I choose not to continue the debate because it’s getting repetitive, and I think that if you still disagree with me, then nothing I do will get you to the truth and change your viewpoint, unfortunately. I’ve said my piece, and I’m done with it. If you still want to insist that I’m a coward, then that’s fine. I don’t know what more you want out of me, because I can’t make it any clearer. If you’re too retarded to see the whole picture, I can’t make you see it any better.

    #40 | Comment by Democrat H8r — November 13, 2006 @ 1:37 am

  41. Now everyone, let’s quit bitching about this stuff here, because this is not the place for it anyway. Let’s leave politics off of this site, and keep this to what this site is known for. This is a site I visit for enjoyment, and quite frankly, I don’t enjoy arguing politics.

    #41 | Comment by Democrat H8r — November 13, 2006 @ 1:44 am

  42. Democrat H8r: you talk to much.

    #42 | Comment by d00d — November 13, 2006 @ 4:14 am

  43. And you conveniently ignored my post.

    That’s your plan–to hit them “fast and hard?” You’ve got to be fucking shitting me. Terrorism is a tactic. How do you wage war on a tactic?

    a: It’s making terrorism worse you idiot.
    b: Iraq didn’t attack us, bonehead.
    c: All of your uninformed opinions on democrats are either baseless or outright lies.
    d: You are a silly, delusional moron.

    #43 | Comment by d00d — November 13, 2006 @ 4:36 am

  44. Tipical that you’re hiding behind a fake name, neocon coward.

    #44 | Comment by d00d — November 13, 2006 @ 4:37 am

  45. ^^^
    so you are mr. john d00d, i take it?

    or is it mr. d00d smith?

    #45 | Comment by AngelBaby — November 13, 2006 @ 1:32 pm

  46. No, but I always post as dood, whereas Democrat H8r will change his nick to post.

    #46 | Comment by d00d — November 13, 2006 @ 2:03 pm

  47. Whatever dOOd, you can go ahead and think your right if it makes you feel better. I’ve already told you I’m done debating this with you, because you don’t seem to be able to look at things logically. One point of contention about your last post, however. I never said “Iraq” attacked us, and I never suggested that we were at war WITH “Iraq.” Infact, the entire Iraq war is about LIBERATING the Iraqi people from a corrupt government. At present, I think our situation can be described as fighting terrorists within the borders of Iraq.

    Oh, and I talk too much? I’m only trying to answer people’s posts back to me, and apparently I STILL can’t get simple concepts to click in your thick skulls even with my long dissertations. This is why I have given up on trying to make you see the light. I can’t force you to use your brain. I can explain things to you, but if you’re not willing to use your head to think about them, then I’m wasting my breath. You’re too far gone thanks to the liberal media.

    Anyway, since I talk too much, evidently, and you’re so much smarter than me, evidently, I’d like to turn the table around here and I would like for you to explain to me what YOUR brillian plan is for ensuring our nation’s safety. Apparently fighting these guys in their neighborhood doesn’t work for you, so let me hear it. Tell me what you think would be best. What are your beloved democrats going to do that’s going to be so much more sucessful? It’s your turn…explain your thoughts.

    #47 | Comment by Democrat H8r — November 13, 2006 @ 5:21 pm

  48. Come on, dOOd.

    I don’t mean to “call you out,” but I’d like to hear your thoughts on this. I really do, I’m not being patronizing. I don’t see our current situation as perfect by any means, and I wish there was a feasable alternative. At present, I don’t believe there IS any better choice, but if you have a better solution, I’d like to hear it. If there is a better choice, then please, tell me what it is.

    #48 | Comment by Democrat H8r — November 14, 2006 @ 5:50 pm

  49. Er, I’m not the one who’s claiming to have all the answers, and I don’t have a clue what can be done, but I know that taking our troops out of Afghanistan and sending them to Iraq, which had nothing to do with the war on terror, was the wrong choice. Republican Pat Buchanan is calling it the worst foreign policy mistake in US history. And it’s making terrorism grow exponentially.

    Now it’s broken. It’s like breaking a vase into a million pieces and turning around to the guy behind you and demanding to know how he’s going to fix it. And after he says it can’t be fixed you tell him he doesn’t have a plan. PNAC’s and the neocons’ grand scheme didn’t work. It’s making matters worse – they’ve said so themselves. They’ve failed. That’s not the liberal media’s opinion, that’s the reality of the situation.

    I’m not for pulling our troops out of Iraq either, although I’d like nothing more than for those kids to get the hell out of there, but I don’t think a victory or success is possible at this point. And the current path isn’t doing us a damn bit of good whatsoever.

    And what’s all this rosy shit the neocons want us and the media to focus on? It’s a fucking war. How many thousands of lives and billions of dollars have to be wasted before it’ll sink in?

    #49 | Comment by d00d — November 14, 2006 @ 7:24 pm

  50. kl is a bit dirty. Lucky I stay in PJ side. its cleaner. WOW. r u from Spore?

    #50 | Comment by colbert — November 14, 2006 @ 11:15 pm

  51. D. H8R –

    A) I thought you were not going to answer? (post 29)

    B) I get it – a war on terror. Terrorist = bad people = kill them. Um – we attacked them first. Way back in Carter’s years, and Reagan’s, and Bush Sr. and Clinton and Bush Jr. too. It was a matter of time before they whacked back on our own soil. I was amazed they pulled it off but not shocked. Anyhow, we are in agreement that there is a war on something (incidentally if you were a government scholar type person you would know this is not a war – it’s a somewhat approved action but no war. No declaration of war, no enemy country, no true wartime congressional measures in support of a war, no Geneva Convention support honored on either side (remember a soldier has honor – a mercenary does not), I could go on but I am sure it would bore you so…).

    C) I will simply stop posting if you answer my question form post 24 and repeated again on post 32. Hell, you answer it and I swear by the flag of our country that we both defended I will never come back to this site after I read the response. Ever. Gone for good. But if you don’t answer the direct question you should leave or at least stop responding.

    Deal? YES or NO.

    #51 | Comment by Charlie — November 14, 2006 @ 11:51 pm

  52. Charlie and dOOd,

    If you’re expecting anything more than I’ve already said, I’m sorry to dissapoint you. I think I’ve answered your question, you can accept it or not, I don’t care. I don’t really feel like playing in a pissing contest, I just wanted to share my thoughts and get yours, to see the other viewpoint.

    Charlie, I do feel that the President’s actions to protect this nation after 9-11 is probably the single greatest thing he’s done for the country. If you disagree, that’s fine. Doesn’t bother me. If you don’t want to accept that as a fair answer, well, I’m not giving you anymore. This is what I think has been his most significant/most important contribution. Also, I’m a little confused about your point C. I never said I wished you to stop posting. At least, to the best of my recollection this is the case, because that is not how I feel. I’m not trying to challenge you, and I’m not trying to get you to leave the site, either. Apparently my intentions were misinterpreted, and neither of these is the case. In answer to your “deal” question, no, because I don’t view this as a challenge where I’m trying to drive you off or get the last word in. I’m just trying to understand the other side’s viewpoint.

    dOOd, I get the broken vase analogy, and I think it makes a good point. I understand that we may be in an uncomfortable position, and there’s no easy way out. I believe I’ve explained what I think is the best course of action from where we are now. What I was trying to ask of you, is to provide your alternate view of the solution. I’m not asking what you would do to erase the last 5, 10, or 20 years, or however far back you choose to go. To continue your analogy, the vase IS busted. But, starting from that point, where we are right now, what do you feel is the best solution. That is what I was asking. If you personally gained 100% control of the government tomorrow, where would you go from here? What would you do with the situation that fell into your lap? You can’t change the past, no, but what would you do in the future, in response to the past? I’ve already stated my thoughts on that issue, so I won’t repeat them here.

    Look, seriously guys. I am growing a little weary of this. I feel like I’ve done my best to answer anything you’ve asked of me, and if you’re not satisfied, well, what do you expect? You guys are definitely somewhere left of center, and I think it’s clear what side I’m on, so I think it’s natural that a discussion like this would turn out as it has. This just seems like it’s fallen into a repetitive stalemate here, because you haven’t changed my mind, and as far as I can tell, I don’t think I’ve changed any of your thinking either.

    So, because of this, I would like to again state that I would like to drop this matter, because we’re all just spinning our wheels here and not accomplishing anything. This is not the reason I visit this site anyway, as I stated before, I really hate politics, because neither side has it completely right, both sides think they have everything figured out, and all politicians lie, cheat, and steal, and do just about anything else they can to get votes out of people and stay in office. That goes for BOTH sides, conservative and liberal.

    So why don’t we just drop this futile waste of effort and enjoy this site?

    #52 | Comment by Democrat H8r — November 16, 2006 @ 12:33 am

  53. Just as I thought. You did not answer the question after several tries, this is worse than listening to Bush speak publicly.

    It really is a simple question and I do not see why you are being evasive. Leave out the war in Iraq, the war in Afghanistan and the war on terror in general – what is the next best thing that Bush has done domestically? Just name one thing – one and I will stop pestering you or you can stop posting under this and let one of us get the last word. But until you have a reasonable answer I will continue to drive the point home that the American people have had this war rammed down our throats like some prom date gone wrong.

    Sooner or later you will have to admit he has done nothing but hammer our plowshares into swords to fight an epic battle that will never have a winner of looser. We will forever more have to deal with terror, wether a democrat or a republican is in the oval office. Fuck dude – they have been dealing with terror in Asia, Africa and Europe for a very long time yet they still get domestic thing done to better the standards of life in their home country. As you can tell I am sick of a “do nothing but fight a war” president and I demand something different. I demand that from all of my elected representatives from my City all the way to congress. You should as well.

    So answer the question or don’t. I really don’t care. The new democratic led congress will move in the direction I want soon enough and then people like you will whine and cry the loudest. When you start complaining remember that your party had 6 years to do something and chose to fight a war and ignore everything else.

    What will you cry the most about?

    Getting the deficit under control by taxing the shit out of the rich people and the large corporations that are based in America and profit heavily from us?

    Raising minimum wage so people have more of a chance to make a reasonable living and not have to work 2 or 3 jobs? $5.15 per hour is poverty – and there is no reason what there is still poverty in America when someone is willing and able to work. Could you live on $10,712 per year before taxes?

    Lower prices on medication for children and the elderly?

    Realistic funding for a National Education system so everyone has an opportunity for a college education even if they are poor (see minimum wage comment above and add the cost of a real education = no college and back to minimum wage forever).

    A national healthcare solution so everyone can have healthcare and not being forced to decide on paying the rent and eating or going to a doctor and getting medicine (again see minimum wage comment).

    A realistic solution to southern border control and not a fence here and a gap there approach?

    A diplomatic approach to Iraq that will allow other Nations’ forces to help us stabilize Iraq so we can bring the boys home?

    A solution to the Iran problem that does not include a bombing campaign and ground troops?

    A solution to the North Korea problem that does not include a bombing campaign and ground troops?

    By the way I am enjoying the site – this is the best thing here.

    #53 | Comment by Charlie — November 16, 2006 @ 11:42 am

  54. singapore > kl > brunei


    #54 | Comment by malcontent — November 16, 2006 @ 1:32 pm

  55. raising minimum wage and implementing universal health care would be two of the worst things that could happen to the U.S. and its economy.

    do some research and maybe you’ll discover why.

    #55 | Comment by AngelBaby — November 16, 2006 @ 1:33 pm

  56. Yeah, raising the minimum wage in 1997 really brought the country to its knees.

    Even worse than spending trillions on bringing democracy to the middle east?

    Worse than the 3 trillion deficit that’s growing at 8 billion per month thanks to Iraq?

    Not to mention there are examples of countries which do have Universal Health care systems which are doing just fine economically.

    #56 | Comment by d00d — November 16, 2006 @ 5:56 pm

  57. wow…guess you really didn’t take my advice and do even the slightest bit of research, huh? why am i not surprised?

    for all those (brainwashed libs) who think our economy is in the toilet, here’s a few numbers for you to digest:

    another dow jones record today: 12305.82
    lowest unemployment in five years: 4.4%
    lowest percentage of workforce on minimum wage in over a decade: ~2%

    so would some economic genius plz tell me why we need to raise that wage? hardly anyone is paid that hourly rate (majority high school and college students working part-time) and those who are don’t keep those jobs long. you bring up 1997’s increase? i’m glad you did, because estimates are that increase resulted in 625,000 to 1,000,000 lost jobs. it also resulted in a spike in the high-school dropout rate. but don’t take my word for these effects, go ask an economist, or read some studies.

    universal health care? what a joke. wanna know why nations who implement those plans don’t find it a drain on their economies? here’s some homework. go find a handful of ppl who live in countries who actually have to suffer under such a marvelous system. ask them if their knee starts giving them trouble how quickly they can get a joint replacement? or if their parents become ill, how far down the waiting list they will be placed simply because of their age (even further if they are retired). or if they know a couple who gave birth to a child just a few weeks ahead of a government-established cutoff date and had to watch their premature baby DIE in a crib with ZERO treatment because its just not economically viable. read how the UK is considering the idea of “active euthanasia” for infants born with serious health problems/disabilities (y helo thar eugenics). why? well, to save the country some money, of course.

    sorry, i’ll take the country with the best standard of medical care on the planet, thx. go find some middle to upper-class canadians and ask them where they go when they need a potentially life-saving operation. i’ll give you a hint, it’s not to a hospital in montreal, quebec, vancouver, ottawa, etc. sure, you need insurance and money to get the BEST care here in the US, but even those without aren’t thrown out of ERs into the street if they are in desperate need.

    come back and try again when you actually have some valid points with supporting facts, and not just a list of DNC talking points (i.e., scare tactics and propaganda) like charlie puked up in his last comment.

    #57 | Comment by AngelBaby — November 16, 2006 @ 6:34 pm

  58. Actually, our nation ranks somewhere around 32nd in healthcare.

    so would some economic genius plz tell me why we need to raise that wage? hardly anyone is paid that hourly rate

    Hey, that’s great news. If true, minimum wages can be bumped up with almost no flow-through effect on inflation and unemployment. Huge benefit for those people for comparatively little cost to the rest of us.

    Of course, this wasn’t the point you wanted to make, was it?

    read how the UK is considering the idea of “active euthanasia” for infants born with serious health problems/disabilities (y helo thar eugenics).

    You say that like it’s a bad thing.

    #58 | Comment by d00d — November 16, 2006 @ 7:19 pm

  59. “Actually, our nation ranks somewhere around 32nd in healthcare.”

    according to who? according to what parameters? a source for this “ranking” might be nice. that’s assuming you actually have one…

    “minimum wages can be bumped up with almost no flow-through effect on inflation and unemployment.”

    apparently you missed this: you bring up 1997’s increase? i’m glad you did, because estimates are that increase resulted in 625,000 to 1,000,000 lost jobs.

    most reputable economists will tell you that raising the minimum wage hurts the poor. it takes away jobs, keeps people on welfare, and encourages high-school students to drop out. but if keeping the lower-class low is what you’re after, by all means knock yourself out supporting it.

    and i’m not even going to address your apparent backing of a policy that sounds like it came straight out of Adolf Hitler’s brain.

    #59 | Comment by AngelBaby — November 16, 2006 @ 8:23 pm

  60. according to who? according to what parameters? a source for this “ranking” might be nice. that’s assuming you actually have one…

    According to the world health orginization. Google it.

    estimates are that increase resulted in 625,000 to 1,000,000 lost jobs.
    most reputable economists will tell you that raising the minimum wage hurts the poor. it takes away jobs, keeps people on welfare, and encourages high-school students to drop out.

    Interesting. Source?

    and i’m not even going to address your apparent backing of…

    I was just kidding. Lighten up, Francis.

    #60 | Comment by d00d — November 16, 2006 @ 8:42 pm

  61. “According to the world health orginization.”

    Gee…a UN-controlled organization (that’s about to be headed by a Chinese woman) says the US lags behind the rest of the first world? Shocking. I still say you should try an informal poll of citizens who actually have to live with socialist medicine before you simply take the word of a political organization. Ever wonder why there are so many jokes about Brits and their teeth?

    And here’s your source for one example of how increases in the minimum wage affect one group of people in the labor force. Courtesy of the Bureau of Labor Statistics.

    #61 | Comment by AngelBaby — November 16, 2006 @ 10:58 pm

  62. angelbaby –

    The source you gave us in post 61 was on teenage unemployment. Fuck that – I am talking minimum wage increases for adults, you know, people that are trying to make a living, not some dumb fuck high-school kid making me a latte or bagging my shirts and jeans at the GAP. You state hardly anyone is paid minimum wage. How do you figure that? If the minimum wage is $5.15 then $5.75 is not much better even for the sake of argument. Oh – you do understand that once a person is on unemployment for 1 year they are removed from those tallies – right? They are not counted anymore once benefits run out.

    Ever think that the jobs lost in 1997 were due to the fact many people were able to quit second and third jobs because of the wage increase? How does that fit in the mix? Don’t think for a moment they like working 80 to 100 hours a week to feed and house the kids.

    Dow at a record high? And how does that help me? Who can afford stocks anymore? My 401_k is in the shits even more now than a few years ago despite the market – but I doubt you need to worry about retirement either. Again, an example that benefits the rich and the large corporations for the most part.

    As far as universal healthcare – here is a news flash for you – It’s not for rich folks. It for the people that can’t afford any care at all. The choices you listed in post 57 are not great but to someone with nothing it is a good solution, better than nothing at all. I’m sure rich people will continue to be able to do whatever you want with your care, this will not involve you at all other than taxing you a little to help care for those in need. Just like the upper class canadians – no? You do understand there are people with nothing, no care whatsoever?

    You want a real life example? My mom (a widow) needs drug “x” for her medical condition. She is 72 years old. On Social Security. Dad’s benefits and pension only goes so far. To keep her comfortable the doctor adds drug “y” to the mix. She can afford neither without insurance and supplemental coverage and they only pay a part of the cost. She begins to drain her savings to cover the overage. Money begins to dwindle and the cost of the drugs she must have goes up. I sell my retirement investments to help pay for what she needs. Drug cost again go up. THIS NEEDS TO BE FIXED NOW. So offer a suggestion that will help me, my family and the rest of America (the ones in need) soon. Socialist medicine > no medicine at all.

    Right back at you with your RNC talking points = crap propaganda.

    Good news to me is that no matter what the RNC and party does this stuff will happen, even if it gets rammed down your throat. You know, just like we got rammed with the war… God I love the political cycles. It’s almost worth 6 years of shit to see it go the other way for a while.

    While you ponder my dribble and post your response why don’t you answer the same question I have posed to D. H8R like three times? I think you may be a little smarter than him. Go ahead, give it a try :

    If you are so proud of your political affiliation give me one thing, just one good thing that the president, the house and the senate did in the last 6 years to better this country (the “war” does not count as it apparently is not a “good” thing based on the elections and national polls).

    #62 | Comment by Charlie — November 17, 2006 @ 12:59 am

  63. i don’t have a “political affiliation” smart guy…so there’s nothing for me to be “proud” of.

    i’ve never voted in an election of any sort, because i have nothing but contempt for both of our major parties. they don’t give a SHIT about me, you, your mom, or anyone but themselves. if you think things are gonna magically change because of what took place earlier this month, i feel truly sorry for you. it must be tough going through life that incredibly naive.

    but i’m sure you don’t believe me. i’m sure you think you can pigeonhole me into some neat little category to fit your worldview. well, i’ll give you your chance. here are a few of my core beliefs, your mission is to tell me whether i’m a republican or democrat…

    i believe in a woman’s right to choose.
    i believe in capital punishment.
    i believe that drugs should be legalized.
    i believe in the right to keep and bear arms.
    i believe in the clear separation of church and state.
    i believe that we are taxed far too much by our government.
    i believe that the main job of federal gov is to keep its citizens safe.

    and since you are so damn determined to get an answer to your simplistic question, i’ll give you one. terrorists haven’t killed any american citizens on US soil since 9/11/2001. as far as i’m concerned, that’s one in the win column. say what you like about the republicans, but i’ll wager that there were muslim extremists sitting in caves receiving election reports and praising allah for their good fortune, and licking their chops hoping for a democrat to win the white house in 2008. like i’ve said, i don’t have any great love for either party, but i do know that i feel safer with republicans running things at this particular time in history. my fervent hope is that someday a third party like the libertarians can begin to achieve some true momentum to the point that their candidates actually have chances to win elections, but until that day comes i refuse to participate in a system that does nothing but give people the ILLUSION that they have real voice in how they are governed.

    #63 | Comment by AngelBaby — November 17, 2006 @ 2:29 am

  64. Thanks. Seems hard to believe but I agree with all of your statements above with a minor exception of capitol punishment – I’m still on the fence on that one, sometimes for and sometimes against. I suppose we are all entitled to change our minds.

    It’s a shame you don’t vote. It really is. I don’t know where you are living. I’m in a smaller city (166th on the top crime list a while ago I think). I have had a chance to meet and get to know all of my local government officials as well as my Senator and Representative. The mayor and three city commissioners live in my neighborhood (quaint little historic district) and I have the chance to stop them on the sidewalk and chat about things with a cup of coffee. I had your mind set before I started approaching these local people. They are good people regardless of their party affiliation, but I only know this based on talking in person. Do I agree with everything? No. Will they discuss points and listen to what I have to say? Yes. In fact those discussions led me to appointments on several City committees and a volunteer, steering committees so to speak. And with that seat I have what little real input I will ever have to do what I think is best for my City. Never would have happened if I had been bitter and not approached the man in charge. Although registered Democrat (so I can vote in runoff elections) I attend the Libertarian party meetings as I feel they are a better fit for my beliefs. I to hope they can one day begin to upset the 2 party system, but to do so we will need many more people like you to say “I have had enough and you will listen to what I have to say”. Please get involved.

    I am disappointed that you have fallen for the belief that only Republicans will keep you safe. We all love our country and will do what is need to protect it. History has shown that even Democrats are willing to die to keep us safe at home :

    Have you forgotten Kennedy (D) and the Cuban missile crisis? Good example of a Democrat in power doing what was needed to keep us safe from the communist threat. Then look at Lyndon Johnson (D) who took over for Kennedy. He did domestic things (medicare and medicaid as well as furthering civil rights) as well as pump up levels of troops in Vietnam to try to win that war as well. Then comes Nixon (R) who manages to turn over fighting to the S. Vietnamese, declare peace with honor and pull us out from that conflict that we never really won. He also ordered bombings in Cambodia – a neutral country citing a possible headquarters for the opposition. Then Watergate and the rest is history.

    No – I was looking for something more that “we are safe here so he has done good things” answers that you and D. H8R have provided. I will give you a couple of responses in the lines of what I was looking for and a counterpoint.

    1) No child left behind act – trying to bolster out failing education system is a great start. I support his efforts in this but it seems to be lacking funding and does not have the effects intended based on testing scores nationwide.

    2) Medicare act of 2003 which added prescription drug coverage to medicare. It was a good start but alas it’s underfunded and has experienced cuts and now people like my mother can’t make it work. This needs help.

    Again, thanks for the response. I really do appreciate it. You seem real and genuine, like regular good people. Thanks. I’m done with this rant.

    More boobs > political crap. At least for now – huh?

    #64 | Comment by Charlie — November 17, 2006 @ 11:10 am

  65. Yes, the UN–the organization legitimate enough to get us to go to war with Iraq, not legitimate for anything else whatsoever.

    Ever wonder why there are so many jokes about Brits and their teeth?

    Yeah, it’s because of inadequate health care. lol

    A statistic!

    #65 | Comment by d00d — November 17, 2006 @ 3:53 pm

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