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2009-08-05 01:37:18 PM
sattlers.org

Took this long for someone to post Ahmadinesmith?

/hothothot
 
2009-08-05 01:41:45 PM
WTF Indeed: I say we go all CIA/Castro on him. Maybe give his sex goat a good VD.

You mean we should fail to kill him in a series of embarrassingly infantile assassination attempts that make the CIA look like a bunch of moronic man-children?
 
2009-08-05 01:49:23 PM
What's so scary about it submittard?

The White House has recognized him as the Elected Leader.

So the Democrat sheep should do likewise and then call the neocons retards for still thinking he stole the election.
 
2009-08-05 01:53:31 PM
Reporter: How many people actually voted for you?
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2009-08-05 02:08:39 PM
img156.imageshack.us
 
2009-08-05 02:25:00 PM
sparrow794: Do you think this administration doesn't do the same farking thing?...>SNIP... or did you not notice Obama won the last election, and that the balance of power between our two political parties has radically shifted in the Democrats favor?

The people of Iran are not going to get any of that.



Good lord, shut. up.
I want to keep this short because I don't wanna go off on a huge rant. No, I'm not a Democrat. Far from it. I'm a Libertarian. Yes, I realize the difference between the US election & the Iran election. I was exaggerating in order to prove a point (that we, too, have a corrupt government & shouldn't be so quick to judge). Don't get your panties in a bunch.
 
2009-08-05 02:43:49 PM
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2009-08-05 02:45:01 PM
img.photobucket.com
 
2009-08-05 02:48:41 PM
www.fearful-symmetry.co.uk
Muahahha... muahahahahAH-HAAAH!

/been working with a vocal coach to develop the "AAAH!"
//what, do you think Bad Horse didn't work on his whinny?
 
2009-08-05 02:58:54 PM
mamoru: Green Brief #48 - August 3,4 (^)

Yes, some of us are still actually trying to follow the situation there, and Nite Owl is still doing an excellent job getting information together.


www.collider.com

So, we're calling it "getting information" now?
 
2009-08-05 03:09:14 PM
Fightin' Helmfish: genner: spman: So what happened to that revolution that was supposed to be happening? Did it just kind of fizzle out and die?

Non violent protests have a way of doing that eventually.

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Or else they have a way of taking a little longer than the usual ADD-addled brain trained to think in terms of 24 hour news cycles can understand. Gandhi and MLK were failures for not getting things all wrapped up in a neat little bow within one month?


This. I'm no less interested or intrigued with what's happening there now than I was two months ago. I know this could take a while, but i know also how utterly unpredictable that place is. I'd love to take these dismissive a-holes that belittle the opposition in Iran and kick them in the pills.
 
2009-08-05 03:33:33 PM
This guy's nodding approvingly:
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2009-08-05 03:34:22 PM
wolvernova: I'd love to take these dismissive a-holes that belittle the opposition in Iran and kick them in the pills.

Not dismissive of the opposition in Iran. Very dismissive of the twunts who claim that they are an integral part of the revolution because they post in green text, or have a photoshopped Iranian with a black eye on their profile page.
 
2009-08-05 03:46:15 PM
i266.photobucket.com

You had me at "Death to America!"
 
2009-08-05 04:02:24 PM
wolvernova: Fightin' Helmfish: genner: spman: So what happened to that revolution that was supposed to be happening? Did it just kind of fizzle out and die?

Non violent protests have a way of doing that eventually.

---

Or else they have a way of taking a little longer than the usual ADD-addled brain trained to think in terms of 24 hour news cycles can understand. Gandhi and MLK were failures for not getting things all wrapped up in a neat little bow within one month?

This. I'm no less interested or intrigued with what's happening there now than I was two months ago. I know this could take a while, but i know also how utterly unpredictable that place is. I'd love to take these dismissive a-holes that belittle the opposition in Iran and kick them in the pills.


Al Jazeera's own Iran analyst concluded that the upcoming period will serve as a tough test for both Ahmadinejad and the reformists. (new window)

It didn't escape notice in the Middle East that there were a LOT of empty seats at the inauguration, including some very important ones. I'm impressed with the people who had the guts to walk out on him when he started speaking.

Watching the twitter feeds, things were VERY clamped down last night. People who used to get multiple emails, text messages, etc. from family and friends in Iran were getting nothing or very little. Iran can't keep up that kind of pressure indefintely, though.

Saw a bit that Rafsanjani will be doing Friday prayers. May be another interesting day.
 
2009-08-05 04:16:05 PM
Mongo cut wood: What's so scary about it submittard?

The White House has recognized him as the Elected Leader.

So the Democrat sheep should do likewise and then call the neocons retards for still thinking he stole the election.


There are so many, and far better reasons to do that. But "the sheep" don't have to do anything. Republican knuckle-draggers do a much better job of destroying their own image than anyone else on this planet could.
 
2009-08-05 04:17:15 PM
Are people still pretending to care about Neda's death and this whole "Iran twitter revolution"?

Tatsuma?

anyone, anyone? Bueller?farking crusading hippies need to get a farking job.
 
2009-08-05 04:28:12 PM
Dogfacedgod: Are people still pretending to care about Neda's death and this whole "Iran twitter revolution"?

Tatsuma?

anyone, anyone? Bueller?farking crusading hippies need to get a farking job.


Don't look now, but you cared enough to come into this thread and post.
 
2009-08-05 04:52:36 PM
I believe it's pronounced ahm-a-biga-nut-job.
 
2009-08-05 04:52:49 PM
Mongo cut wood: What's so scary about it submittard?

The White House has recognized him as the Elected Leader.

So the Democrat sheep should do likewise and then call the neocons retards for still thinking he stole the election.


Your info is out of date. The White House has retracted that statement...looks like Gibbs just stuck his foot in his mouth.Link (new window)
 
2009-08-05 05:12:56 PM
He held out against the onslaught of hundreds of Farkers reposting tweets in dozens of threads. I think he's earned it!
 
2009-08-05 05:34:08 PM
Witchydiva: Dogfacedgod: Are people still pretending to care about Neda's death and this whole "Iran twitter revolution"?

Tatsuma?

anyone, anyone? Bueller?farking crusading hippies need to get a farking job.

Don't look now, but you cared enough to come into this thread and post.


He cares enough to come into every single Iran thread and post about how much he doesn't care. He's a troll, and not a particularly good one.
 
2009-08-05 05:47:02 PM
HeartBurnKid: He cares enough to come into every single Iran thread and post about how much he doesn't care. He's a troll, and not a particularly good one.

Meh. Didn't recognize him from any of the numbered threads.

I am glad NiteOwl is continuing to post Green Briefs. I read every one that comes out, and forward them to family/friends. I just wish there was more that I could do to help the situation.

I find it interesting how empowering instant communication is, as well as the amazing amount of knowledge that is now readily available. Unfortunately, that same communication and knowledge also brings home how helpless we can be.
 
2009-08-05 07:00:50 PM
Witchydiva: HeartBurnKid: He cares enough to come into every single Iran thread and post about how much he doesn't care. He's a troll, and not a particularly good one.

Meh. Didn't recognize him from any of the numbered threads.

I am glad NiteOwl is continuing to post Green Briefs. I read every one that comes out, and forward them to family/friends. I just wish there was more that I could do to help the situation.

I find it interesting how empowering instant communication is, as well as the amazing amount of knowledge that is now readily available. Unfortunately, that same communication and knowledge also brings home how helpless we can be.


And how easy it is to publish disinformation and lie about what's really happening on the ground.
 
2009-08-05 08:54:25 PM
Kirby Muxloe: wolvernova: I'd love to take these dismissive a-holes that belittle the opposition in Iran and kick them in the pills.

Not dismissive of the opposition in Iran. Very dismissive of the twunts who claim that they are an integral part of the revolution because they post in green text, or have a photoshopped Iranian with a black eye on their profile page.


I don't know of anyone outside of Iran that thinks they're part of this.
 
2009-08-05 09:31:01 PM
schattenteufel: sparrow794: Do you think this administration doesn't do the same farking thing?...>SNIP... or did you not notice Obama won the last election, and that the balance of power between our two political parties has radically shifted in the Democrats favor?

The people of Iran are not going to get any of that.


Good lord, shut. up.
I want to keep this short because I don't wanna go off on a huge rant. No, I'm not a Democrat. Far from it. I'm a Libertarian. Yes, I realize the difference between the US election & the Iran election. I was exaggerating in order to prove a point (that we, too, have a corrupt government & shouldn't be so quick to judge). Don't get your panties in a bunch.


Don't be a condescending twat and we won't have problems. I'm sure you're capable of making a point without exaggerating or being insulting.
 
2009-08-06 12:08:39 AM
wolvernova: Kirby Muxloe: wolvernova: I'd love to take these dismissive a-holes that belittle the opposition in Iran and kick them in the pills.

Not dismissive of the opposition in Iran. Very dismissive of the twunts who claim that they are an integral part of the revolution because they post in green text, or have a photoshopped Iranian with a black eye on their profile page.

I don't know of anyone outside of Iran that thinks they're part of this.


They're all on "I Claim These Guys Are My Real Targets So I Can Get Away With Douchebaggery Island", along with all the guys who think that playing Guitar Hero makes them real musicians.
 
2009-08-06 01:27:04 AM
Scary? Obvious. And not that important.

The real news is that the people who really run the country - i.e. not Achenalmlasdjfasldhf - are having a serious internal argument. This is a good thing.

What President Window Dressing does is of no importance.
 
2009-08-06 07:17:24 AM
sseye: Dressing

I COULD go for a salad right now, thanks.
 
2009-08-06 10:45:40 AM
Twitter is not loading for me and it was reported on twitter this morning that opposition facebook pages and websites came under cyber-attack from the Iranian military. Could they be daring enought to attack twitter?
 
2009-08-06 01:39:06 PM
greentea1985: Twitter is not loading for me and it was reported on twitter this morning that opposition facebook pages and websites came under cyber-attack from the Iranian military. Could they be daring enought to attack twitter?

Twitter says they are under a DDoS. Could be Anonymous, could be the Iranians trying to figure out how to bring it down, who knows. If it is the Iranians --since they are already blocking texting and cell phones during protests, if they can figure out how to bring down Twitter at opportune times will make getting timely info out VERY VERY difficult. I guess we will just have to wait and see if they can track the attack.
 
2009-08-06 02:13:10 PM
greentea1985: Twitter is not loading for me and it was reported on twitter this morning that opposition facebook pages and websites came under cyber-attack from the Iranian military. Could they be daring enought to attack twitter?

I'm sure you probably saw this one but if not - it gave me chills

oxfordgirl: Reports: when news of trial of reformists, reached Evin Prison, prisoners started 2 chant Allah o Akbar in defiance v regime. #iranelection
 
2009-08-07 07:14:06 PM
BiblioTech: oxfordgirl: Reports: when news of trial of reformists, reached Evin Prison, prisoners started 2 chant Allah o Akbar in defiance v regime. #iranelection

That is awesome. The resolve and courage of these people is surreal.
 
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