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2008-09-08 03:42:33 PM
fatgail: I'm so farking tired of the 'gallows humor' defense on here. It's like a loophole in a tax return. "I can make jokes about anything, any time and if anyone is offended by it, rather than pull back, I'll claim it a "grieving mechanism".

There's a built-in function on your computer that will instantly solve this problem for you... You have to press the fourth function key (it's in a row along the top, just start counting from the left) while simultaneously holding down the "alt" key in the lower left corner of the keyboard.
Try it, we'll wait.
 
2008-09-08 03:42:45 PM
studebaker hoch: Both the FBI and the CIA have confirmed reports that there will be another 9/11 this month.

/Yawn.

Been there, done that. Give me a 10/18 and you might really catch my attention.
 
2008-09-08 03:42:58 PM
Epiphany: It seems the only thing Democrats remember is to hate Bush no matter what. fark YOU douchebags. Clinton had multiple chances to kill the KNOWN TERRORIST LEADER Bin Laden before 9/11.

Clinton made multiple attempts to kill Bin Laden, and came remarkably close. Of course, when a cruise missile attack just barely missed killing the sumbiatch the Rightards flipped out that it was all an attempt to distract from the Real Issue: blowjobs. Ditto when he annihilated the last traces of Saddam's WMD programs.
 
2008-09-08 03:42:59 PM
Podna: Sullasdog: Yeah. Funny. Assholes.

CANNON BALL!!!!


Window seat, please.
 
2008-09-08 03:43:04 PM
Well I use Mac/Linux...: So it's pretty common for a 1 ton piece of an engine to land over a mile from the crash site, when it was intact when the plane crashed into the ground?

Yes actually. Planes that crash into the ground will often have debris spread for miles. Debris fields are not localized. This is a common occurrence and a rather simple fact of life that people like you actively choose to ignore.
 
2008-09-08 03:43:44 PM
DslainteC: All I know is that if Tom Brady is gone for the season this Thursday is going to be a very sad Patriot's Day. Who could ever forget the day they saw that towering QB collapse to the ground?

Sept 7, 2008 was a great day for my fantasy team. Not only was I playing against a team with Tom Brady, but I picked up Brady's backup!

I would be unstoppable except I picked up Brett Favre instead of Michael Turner.
 
2008-09-08 03:43:47 PM
Rye_: Well I use Mac/Linux...: It's amazing how many people still think that 93 wasn't shot down my our military.

What's amazing is how many people do believe that without having a shred of evidence.


Like the guy who called 911 from the plane a minute before the crash and said there was an explosion and the plane was smoking?
 
2008-09-08 03:43:51 PM
Samsaran: Many of us, not then born, remember Pearl Harbor. I will remember 9/11 for the rest of my life.

That day was a wake up call to the West that some elements within Islam, not all of Islam by any means, but a large proportion, had declared war on our culture. This war continues. It is not something "made up" by the Republicans, it is not just a few wild eyed crazies in the caves of Afghanistan. No, the Islamic world resents us. They still recall the days of their glory. They still recall the time, centuries ago, when their armies marched in triumph across the face of the Mediterranean world, Byzantium, India, right up to the doors of Vienna. They recall when their physicians, philosophers, scientists, poets and artists were far beyond anything that barbaric Europe could muster. These days are long gone now. They chafe under the knowledge that even with their oil wealth, their culture has stagnated and fallen far behind the West. They, like children, blame us for their failure.

No amount of war, no amount of terror, no amount of savagery will restore their former glory. They must, if they are to survive, cast aside their 14th century shackles and bring Islam and the Islamic world into the community of natio, we shiat everywhere else also.ns.


You hit the nail on the head there, brother.
Unfortunately, a lot of westerners are of the same mind, albeit differently. I mean, no longer is the the US heralded as the greatest in anything, really (as far as I reckon, anyway.)
 
2008-09-08 03:44:00 PM
A Dark Evil Omen

And your share, big or small, does not give you the right to hold it over peoples' heads to sell your book, your Government Authorized Non-circulating Liberian Legal Tender September 11th Commemorative $20 Silver Leaf Coin-Certificate, or your moribund political ideology.

Ah yes, this thing:

www.nationalcollectorsmint.com

You could actually make the towers fall down, over and over again.

/Hours of fun for the whole family!
 
2008-09-08 03:44:21 PM
Theaetetus: fatgail: I'm so farking tired of the 'gallows humor' defense on here. It's like a loophole in a tax return. "I can make jokes about anything, any time and if anyone is offended by it, rather than pull back, I'll claim it a "grieving mechanism".

There's a built-in function on your computer that will instantly solve this problem for you... You have to press the fourth function key (it's in a row along the top, just start counting from the left) while simultaneously holding down the "alt" key in the lower left corner of the keyboard.
Try it, we'll wait.


Oh you're cute. Do you come with the 'Waaaaaaah'? Or is it a seperate accessory?
 
2008-09-08 03:44:21 PM
jaylectricity: Royale With Cheese: Can'tLetYouDoThatStarFox: Why do people place so much emphasis and sentimentality upon recurring dates? Dates are just a function of the mechanics of our solar system and calendar. It's not like the terrorist attack on that day or any other isolated event is actually cyclical and needs to be remembered every year at a specific time or the universe will end. Why is 9/11/2008 a better day for reflection than any other day of the year, such as 9/12/2008? There's no actual relationship. Has it become so attenuated that you need to be reminded by a mnemonic device inherent in the calendar once each year? Why not remember it every day at 9:12AM if it's so blatantly arbitrary? You know, you don't have to obsess over something on a certain day just because it gets television coverage and everybody around you is doing the same thing. You have a choice to be an individual. Some societal ceremonies are good and some of them are just stupid. If you can detach yourself from the emotional aspects of the events, you may realize that this practice is one of them.

Newsletter?

You probably hate people who get excited at simulposts.


Farking. hilarious.
 
2008-09-08 03:44:28 PM
America Goes To War (new window)
 
2008-09-08 03:44:31 PM
The Black Spy: The jumpers ... why did they commit suicide?

AFAIK there is no consensus, but there was incredible heat, smoke and lack of oxygen, and they could not escape. People were hanging out of the north side of the north tower minutes after impact #1, and they either passed out from lack of air, or were forced to make a horrible, horrible choice of how to go.
 
2008-09-08 03:44:40 PM
Samsaran: Many of us, not then born, remember Pearl Harbor. I will remember 9/11 for the rest of my life.

That day was a wake up call to the West that some elements within Islam, not all of Islam by any means, but a large proportion, had declared war on our culture. This war continues. It is not something "made up" by the Republicans, it is not just a few wild eyed crazies in the caves of Afghanistan. No, the Islamic world resents us. They still recall the days of their glory. They still recall the time, centuries ago, when their armies marched in triumph across the face of the Mediterranean world, Byzantium, India, right up to the doors of Vienna. They recall when their physicians, philosophers, scientists, poets and artists were far beyond anything that barbaric Europe could muster. These days are long gone now. They chafe under the knowledge that even with their oil wealth, their culture has stagnated and fallen far behind the West. They, like children, blame us for their failure.

No amount of war, no amount of terror, no amount of savagery will restore their former glory. They must, if they are to survive, cast aside their 14th century shackles and bring Islam and the Islamic world into the community of nations.


Several thousand crazies does not make a war. Not in modern times, not with a military like the US has. Your post is blind rhetoric, generalization of an entire unstable region into a statement that creates an "us vs them" mentality. How could anyone from the west understand and relate to Islamic extremists? Personally I don't think most religious fanatics become terrorists because of jealousy. I think they act out of anger because others do not see their religion as correct and also out of delusions of gradeur spurred on by religious texts. They are told Islam above all, and they believe that. Scholarship, science, art, etc... doesn't seem to be the emphasis of the average terrorist from the Mid-East.
 
2008-09-08 03:45:00 PM
MrCheeks: bikerdiva: It's my birthday.

My birthday is April 16th.


My birthday is October 30th so I know exactly how you feel.
 
2008-09-08 03:45:14 PM
There is much to admire about the culture of Islam. We must remember that the Islamic world is not monolithic. Indonesia is as different from Yemen as Armenia is from Britain.

Arabic culture, which through religion and language is a major influence even on Farsi speaking Iran or Urdu speaking Pakistan. It is a culture where, and I know this surprises many Americans, hospitality to the stranger is a cultural mainstay. It is a culture where giving to the poor is something that every devout Muslim does on a regular basis. The Arabic language is incredibly beautiful, both in its poetic imagery and in its written form.

Arabs and other Arabic speakers often have a keen sense of history and I have sat in coffee houses drinking sweet strong coffee and listened to stories of Saladin and Richard the Lion Heart which have been passed down for hundreds of years.

I have read the poems of Rumi where the love of a woman is compared to the love of an eternal God in language of such exquisite beauty that even the hardest heart would be moved.

I have read the philosophy of Mulla Sadra and Shahab al-Din Suhrawardi, so unknown in the West but of great influence on Western thought from Spinoza to Heidegger.

Most of all I have read the words of the Prophet himself, so different from the idea that most Westerners have about the Koran. Mohamed had hoped that the "people of the book" would be united by his revelation instead of divided.

In the last era of clash between Islam and the West, we were the pupils and they the teachers, we took from them mathematics, medicine, architecture and even the idea of romantic love. Now we are the teachers and they the pupils. The question now remains ... what will they learn from us?
 
2008-09-08 03:45:34 PM
SinisterG: Sullasdog

Thank you for for reminding some of us that not all those who post here are self absorbed assholes who would gladly trade dignity and proper compassion for an irreverent, tasteless joke.

/ imagine going to work on a beautiful fall September morning only to have to be forced to jump out of an 80 story window because that was the better choice than simply burning alive.


if you could somehow get over the fear of death really quickly, an 80 story dive would be pretty fun.
 
2008-09-08 03:45:40 PM
Theaetetus: There's a built-in function on your computer that will instantly solve this problem for you... You have to press the fourth function key (it's in a row along the top, just start counting from the left) while simultaneously holding down the "alt" key in the lower left corner of the keyboard.
Try it, we'll wait.


So "Love it or leave it" is OK for Fark but not the USA?
 
2008-09-08 03:46:00 PM
You could actually make the towers fall down, over and over again.

/Hours of fun for the whole family!


_\m/
 
2008-09-08 03:46:25 PM
tweekster
I expect you to be in every thread that involves someone dieing with the same righteous indignation. It is wrong to mock their deaths too. 9/11 shouldn't be treated special in that regard.

Plus everyone knows it takes 22 years for something to become funny.


You're right.
You win.

Thank you for showing me how rediculous I was being.
 
2008-09-08 03:46:31 PM
Theaetetus

because this may be a newsflash to you, but many Farkers have relatives and loved ones who were on the planes or in the towers.


They aren't the ones making fools of themselves and posting in jest. Show me some Farkers that lost close loved ones on 9/11 that can laugh about it now. Could you?

Nobody is arguing that people cope differently. We already established that, cupcake. Laughing and making jest about thousands of innocent lives lost that you never knew personally is not coping, it is merely being an asshole for all to see.

Do you really think that the people who laugh about the lives lost feel compassion for the people they use as the punchline to their joke? Only an asshole like yourself would defend another.
 
2008-09-08 03:46:32 PM
Quote 2008-09-08 03:19:28 PM
Sullasdog: Yeah. Funny. Assholes.

My god that is horrific, I can't even begin to imagine seeing something like that.


My first thought is of the Spiderman picture, 'how do I shot web?'..

And yes, it IS funny.
 
2008-09-08 03:46:39 PM
Epiphany: I remember Democrats AND Republicans vowing to get revenge over it. I also remember everyone LOVED it when we invaded Afghanistan.

It seems the only thing Democrats remember is to hate Bush no matter what. fark YOU douchebags. Clinton had multiple chances to kill the KNOWN TERRORIST LEADER Bin Laden before 9/11. Talk about that you mother farkers.

I also remember seeing this joke on an awesome comic online, Cyanide and Happiness.

=================================

What YOU fail to realize (and 80% of the country now knows) is that Bush played on that emotion to get people who normally would not support warfare to go along with his* plan to invade Iraq.

What you idiots try to forget is that this man once had an 80% approval rating. So, STFU once and for all actng like the "liberal" hatred of Bush is somehow irrational. Mutherfarker, there are people dying RIGHT NOW because of his lies and bullshiat. Its funny how the party of personal responsibility can never seem to own up to their own failures.

"Waaaaah, people hate Bush for no reason".

*people list reasons*

"Oh, well he's 'the decider'. He doesn't care about polls."

*Bush is a figurehead.
 
2008-09-08 03:46:41 PM
toonz: then the gubmint had to go and fark it up.
saw the first sign of where they were going to take this when a commercial came on linking marijuana use to terrorism.


Yeah, no shiat...I remember that too.

charkocu: Are you that farking stupid? Are you actually saying that posting up pictures that spoof people jumping out of burning buildings and little cartoons of planes crashing into the buildings as a coping mechanism? This isn't "telling funny stories at funerals" about the people you loved. This is mocking the unjust and horrible deaths of thousands of people you never knew, which makes it all the easier and all the more disturbing.

We all grieve differently, but using their deaths as the butt of yet another Fark joke is pathetic.


I'm going to stick up for Theaetetus here. My mother used to tell me that some of the funniest people in the word are often the saddest. Some people cope with negative events by making light of them.

Royale With Cheese: For sure! Every time I wonder if that was all a dream, I go here:

Obviously that one had a lot of exposure...they're not all like that. Here's the direct link to the simulpost: Link goes to my post which was the first directly following our target. (new window)
 
2008-09-08 03:46:42 PM
Well I use Mac/Linux...: tweekster: Well I use Mac/Linux...: tweekster: Well I use Mac/Linux...: I_Love_Cheesecake: Well I use Mac/Linux...:
It's amazing how many people still think that 93 wasn't shot down my our military.

Or how many people still think that an airplane crashed into the Pentagon or that the twin towers came crashing down without the use of explosives.

That's taking it a little far, but I appreciate your sarcasm. Is it wrong to think that fighter jets that were scrambled to intercept 93 before it could reach D.C. might have actually done what they were sent to do?

They attempted to and failed though. The intercept failed because no one wanted to make that decision.

Looks like they were pretty succesful to me. How else do you explain debris being found 8 miles away from the crash site?

Contrary to troofer belief that isn't exactly uncommon. There is zero evidence of it being shot down and a lot of evidence to the contrary.

At this point it is willful ignorance.

So it's pretty common for a 1 ton piece of an engine to land over a mile from the crash site, when it was intact when the plane crashed into the ground?


Well if the plane fell straight down and wasn't going forward at all then you would have a case but I think that forward motion of an object going kinda fast would make things keep going after the point of impact.. I am not a science teacher though.
 
2008-09-08 03:46:57 PM
Theaetetus:
Hmm, yes, actually. That's exactly what I'm saying. And yes, for many people, it is "telling funny stories", because this may be a newsflash to you, but many Farkers have relatives and loved ones who were on the planes or in the towers. And people grieve differently. So, please, don't walk around telling people they're wrong for coping in ways that are different than how you'd cope.



Except, unless the people jumping out of the buildings were YOUR family, it's more like going to someone else's funeral, where everyone is greiving in the "stupid and crazy way" of crying, and telling jokes about the family member in the casket.

I don't talk much about 9/11. I don't forget it, I don't cry about it, it just IS; but I just don't see the point in competing for 'most offensive joke possible', particularly around the anniversary when a shiatload of people are greiving the loss of folks that meant a lot more to them than frames on t.v.
 
2008-09-08 03:47:23 PM
The best song about 9/11 I've ever heard was Sage Francis: Makeshift Patriot.

It was recorded in the weeks following 9/11. It rings crazily true for its time. The New York Times did a story about all the 9/11 songs, and said they were all garbage and commercialism, but praised Sage Francis. Here are a few of the lyrics, followed by a link to the song.

Talking about the media coverage:

"I've got exclusive, explicit images,
to present to impressionable American kids,
and it's time to show this world how big our edifice is.
That's exactly what they attacked,
when the typically dark-skinned disney villain,
used civilian against civilian,
and charged these trojan horses into our building"

"All the hospitals are overwhelmed,
volunteers go the hell home,
moments of silence for firefighters were interrupted by cellphones."

"We taught that dog to squat, how dare he do that shiat in our own backyard"

check it out, its amazing lyrics. I disagree with some of it, but theres no denying this song. Heres a video about it, I didn't watch it because of all the anti-bush, but the song is there and great.


Link (new window)
 
2008-09-08 03:47:39 PM
This isn't honoring anyone. It isn't making anyone safer. It isn't making anyone stronger. It isn't defending America. It's talking ourselves into a traumatized state. Why? Why do we want to give ourselves as a culture and a nation a collective case of PTSD?

We're not only letting the terrorists determine our national feeling and national course, we're helping them do it.
 
2008-09-08 03:47:59 PM
The Dynamite Monkey: The Black Spy: The jumpers ... why did they commit suicide?

AFAIK there is no consensus, but there was incredible heat, smoke and lack of oxygen, and they could not escape. People were hanging out of the north side of the north tower minutes after impact #1, and they either passed out from lack of air, or were forced to make a horrible, horrible choice of how to go.


Given the choices, I too would rather jump than burn alive.
 
2008-09-08 03:48:05 PM
mesmer242: It bugged me so much that I couldn't remember that I googled it. Finnley Wren was the farker. Still don't know what the thread was. though.

I think it was the thread about the horrific lite brite attack on Boston.
 
2008-09-08 03:48:15 PM
LandOfChocolate: So "Love it or leave it" is OK for Fark but not the USA?

No, you're right. A website is much like someone's birth place. I completely retract my suggestion that people may choose to be here.
 
2008-09-08 03:48:18 PM
fatgail: Oh jesus. I can't wait to hear more about how you've been "greiving" all these years and if you didn't make hilarious jokes about people jumping off buildings or burning to a crisp you'd simply be reduced to a puddle of weeping mush...because tactless jokes that play to the lowest common denominator are the only way you can be convinced to carry on from day to day.

I'm so farking tired of the 'gallows humor' defense on here. It's like a loophole in a tax return. "I can make jokes about anything, any time and if anyone is offended by it, rather than pull back, I'll claim it a "grieving mechanism".


Attention Farkers, Miss Manners would like a word with you. Obviously many of you have been doing it wrong and are in need of some lessons.

For only $15.99 + $8.98 S&H you can order her book on etiquette and proper protocol for social situations. But wait, there's more. For a limited time Miss Manners will personally autograph your treasured volume for an additional $5.00.

If you order now she'll even throw in her officially licensed grieving towel at no extra cost. That's the book, the autograph and the grieving towel all for 3 easy payments of $9.99. Operators are standing by.
 
2008-09-08 03:48:22 PM
Theaetetus:

There's a built-in function on your computer that will instantly solve this problem for you... You have to press the fourth function key (it's in a row along the top, just start counting from the left) while simultaneously holding down the "alt" key in the lower left corner of the keyboard.

I count four keys over from the left, but only end up on 'F3'.

Is my computer broken?
 
2008-09-08 03:48:22 PM
charkocu: Perhaps one day you will be throwing yourself out of a window and we can laugh about how silly you look with your arms flailing around like crazy. Don't take that personally, though. Its Fark.

I'll be the guy doing the cannonball.
 
2008-09-08 03:48:23 PM
PH Neutral: What I'll never forget is how my ex-girlfriend complained that no one remembered her birthday (9/12) because of it, and she thought that was shiatty.

Man. How did you do that. You move like the agents do. I've never seen anyone move that fast.

I couldn't even get a 'spidey sense' was tingling with mine, until after it would cost me a lot of money.
 
2008-09-08 03:48:51 PM
LandOfChocolate: Theaetetus: There's a built-in function on your computer that will instantly solve this problem for you... You have to press the fourth function key (it's in a row along the top, just start counting from the left) while simultaneously holding down the "alt" key in the lower left corner of the keyboard.
Try it, we'll wait.

So "Love it or leave it" is OK for Fark but not the USA?


Sure it is - If you don't love the freedom of speech we have here, then try a little travelling.

/try China on for size.
 
2008-09-08 03:48:55 PM
9/11 was an inside job.

\\That is all.
 
2008-09-08 03:48:59 PM
djh0101010: toonz: YEAH! NEVER FORGET!!!!!

"I don't know where bin Laden is. I have no idea and really don't care. It's not that important. It's not our priority."
- G.W. Bush, 3/13/02

Whoops... Forgot

I don't suppose you can show us where he actually said that? Like the white house briefing transcript? Hint: You are repeating a lie, a misquote. He never said those words in that order.



well sometimes you have to catapult the propaganda (new window), oh champion of truthiness.

but to be fair, the actual quote is here:
white house press release (new window)

When responding to a question of Bin laden's whereabouts he basically says "who cares?" I think his reasoning surrounding that in the quote is plausible, in terms of the big picture, but it IS a reversal on his stance to "GET" those responsible.

now could you dig up all the intelligence on yellow cake and WMD's that your beer-buddy Prez used to propel us into a useless war in Iraq? Since your ilk seems all into "Truth" and "Change" now.
 
2008-09-08 03:49:00 PM
tweekster: Well I use Mac/Linux...: So it's pretty common for a 1 ton piece of an engine to land over a mile from the crash site, when it was intact when the plane crashed into the ground?

Yes actually. Planes that crash into the ground will often have debris spread for miles. Debris fields are not localized. This is a common occurrence and a rather simple fact of life that people like you actively choose to ignore.


I'm sorry, you're obviously right. I'm sure you know more about these things than the investigators who initially claimed that there was no way for debris to travel 8 miles away, especially over a mountain ridge.
 
2008-09-08 03:49:07 PM
TheKnownUniverse: Robert1966: I took this one myself.

I feel bad for laughing that it is hosted on ICHC.


Yeah, that's the only place to host images that I'm a member of. I don't post a lot of photos! A larger image may be viewable there.
 
2008-09-08 03:49:23 PM
never frigid,

never refrigerate

never regurgitate

never mastu....

//wate wut?
 
2008-09-08 03:49:52 PM
djh0101010: toonz: YEAH! NEVER FORGET!!!!!

"I don't know where bin Laden is. I have no idea and really don't care. It's not that important. It's not our priority."
- G.W. Bush, 3/13/02

Whoops... Forgot

I don't suppose you can show us where he actually said that? Like the white house briefing transcript? Hint: You are repeating a lie, a misquote. He never said those words in that order.


about.com (new window)
Washington, D.C., March 13, 2002
 
2008-09-08 03:50:10 PM
Nestea Plunge

Horrible things happen in Africa every day, I don't se what makes you so farking special.


Indeed. Where is the picture of the starving child crawling in the dirt with a vulture waiting nearby? I think a few Farkers could come up with some really funny, clever captions.
 
2008-09-08 03:50:10 PM
It's a sad day yes, but is annoying is that people criticize others for not showing respect yet 9/11 has been turned into a commercial and political freakshow.

Coins, hats, crying eagles superimposed over a flag. Shirts, cards, keychains, and sparkly computer graphics with angels. Corny poems, songs questioning patriotism, finger pointing at fellow citizens, reasons for unjust wars, and racism. Election ads, 24 hour news coverage weeks in advance, documentaries, and movies.

All deliberately done to manipulate and squeeze every last ounce of emotion from people.

That is what people are tired of.
 
2008-09-08 03:50:15 PM
Epiphany: Clinton had multiple chances to kill the KNOWN TERRORIST LEADER Bin Laden before 9/11. Talk about that you mother farkers.

Yeah, I think I even remember Dan Rather having an interview with him. And he was armed with a pen! He could have eyeballed that mof and stopped all this bullshiat. fark you Dan Rather!
 
2008-09-08 03:50:16 PM
Sullasdog: Yeah. Funny. Assholes.

According to your profile, you've been a Farker since January. How do you not get how this works by now?

Fark is the place where anything can be funny. ANYTHING. This doesn't mean "anything except that horribly tragic thing that changed everyone's life and killed lots of people." It means ANYTHING. This is the way things are here. If there are things that offend you, you WILL encounter them on Fark, and no one will apologize for it. There are places where it's not acceptable to laugh at tragedy. The largest of these is called "real life." If you are offended by the concept, you might want to hang out in one of those places instead of Fark.
 
2008-09-08 03:50:20 PM
I_Love_Cheesecake: Rye_: Well I use Mac/Linux...: It's amazing how many people still think that 93 wasn't shot down my our military.

What's amazing is how many people do believe that without having a shred of evidence.

How did 93 come down, then?


I have no idea. Maybe it happened they way they say it did, maybe the military shot it down, or maybe something happened that you haven't even thought of yet. I don't know and you don't know.

I do know that conspiracy theories are fun to believe in, but you can't expect a reasonable person to believe something that important simply because they read it on the internet. You're a fool if you do.
 
2008-09-08 03:50:21 PM
dstanley: goldencopulations: BillyRex:
Yeah real funny farkwad, between the 5th and 6th frame is when my high school friend was vaporized.

Jeez, they take bowling waaaay to seriously in your neck of the woods.


should have said, "No anchovies, please"
 
2008-09-08 03:50:44 PM
Oh, and can we get some black gospel singers in here? Apparently a nation cannot properly grieve without a contingent of black gospel singers.
 
2008-09-08 03:50:50 PM
TheNext: The people post pics are so.... trying to brush up on their PS skills.

Haven't considered hitting the ignore button until.....BetterThomas: Well you never 9/11 the 9/11's 9/11ing 9/11 9/11!

9/11!

/I'd splash some vitamins on your brain if you could possibly grow one

//Hello JD (don't confuse that with GW)


OK, I guess you didn't recognize that as the "Rudy Giuliani in a dress pic" Here's a link: non-photoshopped (new window)
Also, the caption was referring to the now infamous tag-line of "A noun, a verb, and 9/11" that Biden said in the debates about Giuliani.
 
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