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2003-12-29 07:04:50 PM
Wolf!
Wolf!
Wolf!!
Wolf!!!
Wolf!!!!!
Wolf!
Wolf!
WOLF!
No, REALLY!
WO--
 
2003-12-29 07:05:12 PM
2003-12-29 06:06:38 PM shower_in_my_socks

The trippling of the car registration tax in CA. I mean, WTF??? I didn't #$% vote for that, and neither did any other Californian. Entire businesses left the state or folded because of that.

Of course you didn't vote for it (AB 1765), considering it was the state budget. You may, however, voted for an Assemblyman who did. Take it up with them. Here's the record:

VOTES - ROLL CALL
MEASURE: AB 1765
AUTHOR: Committee on Budget
TOPIC: 2003-04 Budget Act.
DATE: 07/29/2003
LOCATION: ASM. FLOOR
MOTION: AB 1765 BUDGET Concurrence- Urgency Added By Oropeza
(AYES 56. NOES 22.) (PASS)


AYES
****

Aghazarian Benoit Berg Bermudez
Calderon Chan Chavez Chu
Cogdill Cohn Corbett Correa
Cox Daucher Diaz Dutton
Dymally Frommer Goldberg Hancock
Harman Jerome Horton Shirley Horton Houston
Jackson Kehoe Koretz Laird
Leno Leslie Levine Lieber
Liu Longville Lowenthal Matthews
Maze Montanez Mullin Nakano
Nation Negrete McLeod Nunez Oropeza
Parra Pavley Reyes Ridley-Thomas
Salinas Simitian Steinberg Vargas
Wiggins Wolk Yee Wesson


NOES
****

Bates Bogh Campbell Canciamilla
Dutra Garcia Haynes Keene
La Malfa La Suer Maldonado McCarthy
Mountjoy Nakanishi Pacheco Plescia
Richman Runner Samuelian Spitzer
Strickland Wyland


ABSENT, ABSTAINING, OR NOT VOTING
*********************************

Firebaugh Maddox
---------

For further records, go to Assembly Legislation Search and search AB 1765.


I remind you that we don't live in a true democracy, we live in a Republic

From back in '98, info about the proposal to lower VLF fees that may have cost Gray Davis his job.
 
2003-12-29 07:05:35 PM
NavyBlues
I find it sad and hysterical that for all the wondering about how we aren't any safer and how Homeland Security is a farce, and the Gitmo terrorists are wrongly incarcerated that we haven't been successfully attacked on our homeland since 9/11. All you asshats chattering about how there is no threat have been reading and listening to that fat fark Michael Moore waaaaaay too much. Pull your heads out and smell the smoking ruins.


and HappyDaddy
If I am not mistaken, the period between 9/11/01 and today is the longest period of time without an Al Qaeda attack on American interests in the past 10 years.


Al Queda has directed attacks against American interests & allied interests since 9-11-01 (the attack on Khobar Towers, Ridayh, Saudi Arabia in May 2003, and the Bali nightclub bombings are examples), not to mention a campaign of hit-and-run guerrilla warfare in Iraq against our troops, coalition troops and allied interests (suspected involvement in the attack on UN HQ and others).

There have been terrorist attacks on US soil since 9-11 (anthrax, potentially other unrevealed/thwarted attacks), though Al Queda were not directly implicated in the anthrax attacks or ruled out for that matter.
 
2003-12-29 07:05:57 PM
Just one more before I go deal with real life for awile.

The Only Minority

It's not black or white
It's not brown or yellow
It's green with might
Survives on fright
It's what I see
What I feel
What I taste
they own the land
We work the land
We fight their wars
They think we're whores
It's who they are
It's what they are
That's who I hate
It's what I see
What I feel
What I taste


-D Boon
 
2003-12-29 07:07:36 PM
I am getting on a plane to a foreign country tomorrow... I guess i'd best not put one of these in my pocket...

...or buy one from one of the airport's many magazine stand/bookstores... :P
 
2003-12-29 07:08:30 PM
You used to need a World Almanac to play Carmen San Diego properly. Those were the days...
 
2003-12-29 07:10:38 PM
doh

-correction

not Khobar Towers (that was earlier, in 1997), the housing complex in Ridayh.
 
2003-12-29 07:11:44 PM
2003-12-29 06:46:32 PM sockeatingdryer

WTF?! You are the pinnacle of hypocrisy. You pulled that same stunt with me. You are doing the same farking thing you are accusing Hello, Shower, and I of.

Actually, I'm questioning your tactics and assumptions. For all I know you are tops as a human being. I just think
you've
fallen for a certain line of bad propaganda and can't admit it.


In fact, you are the one who in effect ignited this whole "flame." (I won't even glorify it by calling it discussion. I even lost my temper, and I hate fights.) You are so far-left that DEAN hates you....

UhHuh, my support for the attack on Afghanistan and my Support of Desert Shield and my support for individual gun-ownership and my support for the death-penalty make me sooooo left wing. I'm sorry if I'm asking questions and stating positions that anger you, but that's your personal responsibility, not mine.

So don't even start this "oh you partisan trolls"* bullshiat. That in itself is so very liberal.

LMAO. There's always a scary-mean liberal hiding behind anything that doesn't agree with your worldview, isn't there?

...to further the "I don't believe anything" crap, you must believe in something. Anyone with the IQ of above a toaster had better. Otherwise you wouldn't comment on anything. Therefore you have just contradicted yourself numerous times on that one post.

Nice try, and my working definition of "belief" is certainly open to question. M-W says: "belief n. - 3. conviction of the truth of some statement or the reality of some being or phenomenon especially when based on examination of evidence"

If that's the definitions, then yes, I have beliefs, but, my definition of belief has been modified, over the years, by the large crowd of priests and preachers in my life who would define belief as "belief n. - conviction of the truth of some statement or the reality of some being or phenomenon especially in the absence of an examination of evidence" and I tend to use the word accordingly.

If we're talking the strict definition, yes, I have beliefs, but they are grounded in fact, not rhetoric or any such "Yay For My Team" attitude. There's no internal contradiction, just an unclear usage on my part. Of course, my grammar or usage errors does not change the fact that this administration is a pack of lying asshats bent only on juicing up their buddies with no concern for America, Americans or our basic values...
 
2003-12-29 07:14:13 PM
edverb

Al Queda has directed attacks against American interests & allied interests since 9-11-01 (the attack on Khobar Towers, Ridayh, Saudi Arabia in May 2003, and the Bali nightclub bombings are examples), not to mention a campaign of hit-and-run guerrilla warfare in Iraq against our troops, coalition troops and allied interests (suspected involvement in the attack on UN HQ and others).

Khobar Towers was in 1996, not since 2001. I know because I graduated boot camp that day. Eerie day.

There have been terrorist attacks on US soil since 9-11 (anthrax, potentially other unrevealed/thwarted attacks),

Exactly my point.
Since 9/11 there have been ZERO serious terrorist strikes on US citizens within the US. We have heard about SOME that were thwarted: Padilla the dirty-bomber, Richard Reid the shoe-bomber, the Al Qaeda cell in Buffalo, NY that was broken up - and that's only a few that we KNOW about. And people say we're no safer. . Wake up and smell the butter nut crunch - we ARE safer. Pretending that there is no threat is ignorant and dangerous. Its as if people WANT to shove their heads back in the sand. There are always unknown unknowns.

/The price of freedom is eternal vigilance.
 
2003-12-29 07:19:21 PM
NavyBlues

Since 9/11 there have been ZERO serious terrorist strikes on US citizens within the US.

And how many were there before 9/11? One?
 
2003-12-29 07:21:54 PM
There is no hope for humankind anymore... I've decided today never to breed.
 
2003-12-29 07:22:08 PM
Since 9/11 there have been ZERO serious terrorist strikes on US citizens within the US.

And this rock I have keeps away tigers.

But it's just a rock!

Do you see any tigers?
 
2003-12-29 07:24:45 PM
OralB

And how many were there before 9/11? One?

More. They started hitting us overseas and when we gave off the signal that we wouldn't or couldn't or didn't have the will to hit back. (i.e. Somalia and Haiti)That's when bin Laden said we were weak, a paper tiger, and they took it to our shores. We had lost our deterrent. Its now somewhat reestablished.

If you want to put your head back in the sand a) you're an idiot, and b) don't sweat it because people better than you are looking out for you.
 
2003-12-29 07:25:26 PM
and I don't know why you'd feel any safer. By my WAG estimation, there's about 1 million more people motivated to become terrorists or support them and roughly 3 billion who no longer give a shiat.
 
2003-12-29 07:27:01 PM
I love going into these discussions and coming out completely mystified as to what defines a liberal, conservative, left-winger, right-winger, Republican or Democrat. Nobody ever manages to clear it up for me either. I mean, I know what some of the words mean, but I can tell that those definitions are meaningless in America. Here in Canada, the Liberal party is generally more liberal and the Conservative party is generally more conservative, and I use the commonly used definitions of those words rather than the political ones.

Regarding the discussion itself: No, no, no, you're all wrong. Impossible's got it right, we have to start being afraid of and hostile towards things that start with "Al".

Here is the Homeland Security department's new list of possible terrorist threats:

Alabama (they have some guns, don't they? This state also contains the stereotypical redneck town of Mobile.)
Alice Cooper (he sings the Devil's music!)
Alimony (over 35% of ex-wives are really terrorists!)
Alcohol (has more to do with stupidity than terrorism as far as threats go)
Aliens (we knew that one since the 60s)
Aluminum (causes Alzheimers, we could fail to learn from history by totally forgetting it)
Alligators (big, with teeth. Scary as hell to walk near 'em. That's good enough.)
Albacore (they kill dolphins or something, so they must be bad.)
Albinos (Ewwwwwwwww. Creepy.)
Alto Clef (You jerks are too good for treble clef, huh? Take this!)
Aleksandr Nikolayevich Scriabin (this guy's just a jerk.)
al-Fatah (Wait, these guys are really terrorists, aren't they? Huh. You learn something new every day.)
Algebra (for you, shower_in_my_socks.)
Al-Jama'a al-Islamiyyah al-Muqatilah bi-Libya (Sounds Arabic and frightening, good enough.)
alkylbenzenesulfonate (That shiat'll kill ya.)

(The preceding list was entirely satirical of nothing in particular and was not intended as a specific political critique of anything. Some elements are based on reality, but most of it is bullshiat and meant to induce a chuckle. Special thanks to dict.org for a long list of things that start with "al".)
 
2003-12-29 07:27:51 PM
NavyBlues

Does being in the Navy and repeating that constantly make you more right?
 
2003-12-29 07:27:54 PM
2003-12-29 07:14:13 PM NavyBlues
We have heard about SOME that were thwarted: Padilla the dirty-bomber, Richard Reid the shoe-bomber, the Al Qaeda cell in Buffalo, NY that was broken up - and that's only a few that we KNOW about. And people say we're no safer. . Wake up and smell the butter nut crunch - we ARE safer. Pretending that there is no threat is ignorant and dangerous. Its as if people WANT to shove their heads back in the sand. There are always unknown unknowns.

Hmm, Well..
The government's only evidence on Padilla is the say-so of a Gitmo resident that was promised better treatment if he "talked". Padilla had nothing on him or anyplace else that would indicate that he was doing anything other than hating our country. They had so little evidence, that they had to take the traitorous action of denying him his rights as an american to keep their shoddy lies out of a public court.

Those guys had visited an al-Qaeda training camp. That's it, and exaustive search by the FBI turned up no trace of them actually planning anything. But thanks to the Partiot Act, that's all this un-American Administration needed to "get a conviction." Doesn't make me feel any safer.

Richard Reid. There you go, there's someone they actually did stop from commiting an atrocity. Good for them, seriously.

However, considering all the times they've failed to stop atrocities against Americans (overseas or not) and, have in fact sent over 500 Americans to their death and inflamed world distrust and hatred towrds The US, based on a pack of lies, I don't see how that makes us any safer.

I would say that the classic example of putting one's head in the sand is the person who trusts their government has their best interests at heart. In anything. Ever.
 
2003-12-29 07:28:08 PM
NavyBlues

Don't be scared and start resorting to name calling when someone offers an alternative to your line of thinking (term used loosely). It'll be okay. Have a juice.
 
2003-12-29 07:29:48 PM
2003-12-29 07:27:01 PM GobyWan

Hey, don't forget "Weird" Al Yankovic. A shady character if ever I saw one...
 
2003-12-29 07:33:35 PM
and I don't know why you'd feel any safer. By my WAG estimation, there's about 1 million more people motivated to become terrorists or support them and roughly 3 billion who no longer give a shiat.

And this is based on what other than you pulling numbers out of your arse? Why do I feel safer? Maybe because a majority of Palestinians no longer support suicide bombing? Maybe because there are huge (uncovered) protests AGAINST terrorism and FOR freedom in Iraq? Maybe because Iraq now has the most democratic and representative government in its area? Maybe because we've taken the fight to the terrorists instead of just sitting back and taking our lumps. There's a few reasons.
 
2003-12-29 07:33:36 PM
NavyBlues
My bad, I corrected it a little upthread, remembering (fuzzy) that it was in 1997. You're correct, it was in 1996. I meant to say the housing complex in Riyadh.

We got lucky recently, catching a few nutjob white supremecists in Texas who had a significant quantity of sodium cyanide in their extensive arsenal.

Pretending that there is no threat is ignorant and dangerous. Its as if people WANT to shove their heads back in the sand.


I absolutely agree. It's only out of sheer luck that we caught those wackos in Texas. They were not apprehended due to one additional power we've granted this government (or, more accurately, they granted themselves). Homeland security is one issue that can ill afford to be politicized. Our record so far is filled with many victories and a few defeats (some devastating), and I don't think the left should be blamestorming over it any more than the right should be bragging about their record.

The jury is still out on this administration's way of dealing with the threat of terrorism (eroding civil liberties, warrantless surveillance, suspension of habeus corpus, etc)...I'm not comfortable with granting the government these new powers.

In retrospect, we had the raw intelligence to have prevented 9-11, the issue wasn't lack of evidence, but an inability to connect these disparate dots, with a heavy dose of political ass-covering and bureaucratic red tape impeding our pre-9/11 intelligence.

The problem was never that we didn't have enough data. We just didn't know what to do with the data we did have. It makes this administration's intrusiveness pretty hard to justify.
 
2003-12-29 07:37:17 PM
Ice Cube referred to himself as a Terrorist in a song. In a few songs now actually.

Are rappers terrorists too?

Eminem is being investigated. I don't know what they are investigating, he said what he said right on an album.

Is this that people have their heads in the sand, or that the political usefullness of 9/11 is being milked for everything it is worth?
 
2003-12-29 07:38:50 PM
This administration had nothing to do with catching or stopping Richard Reid. He was stopped because he was to GD stupid to go into the bathroom to light his shoe bomb. He did it in his seat in front of the flight attendant and his seat mate who, along with others, overpowered him.
 
2003-12-29 07:40:01 PM
edverb

The problem was never that we didn't have enough data. We just didn't know what to do with the data we did have. It makes this administration's intrusiveness pretty hard to justify.

The problem is seldom a lack of intelligence or a lack of data. Its more frequently too MUCH data and as Rumsfeld said the "Unknown unknowns." That's what led to Pearl Harbor and to 9/11. A failure of imagination. Sifting through the thousands of alerts and giving them all credence would lead to the "Boy who cried wolf" as we see IN THIS THREAD with those who are biatching about the Christmas warnings. What scares the hell out of me is another failure of imagination - hopefully by taking the fight to them - we can avert that - by building democracy throughout the region - maybe we can nip it in the bud for good.
 
2003-12-29 07:41:22 PM
Should we be watching out for would be terrorists looking at Almanacs in Borders.

Or wary of people looking for Almanacs at garage sales.

What if the terrorists bought an almanac overseas?

Why do you want us to be scared? what benefit is there to that?
 
2003-12-29 07:43:28 PM
NavyBlues

And this is based on what other than you pulling numbers out of your arse?

WAG = Wild ass guess. Obviously I haven't conducted a poll, but from reading news sites from the region and applying a little logic I have theorized that the Muslims in the region that don't want us there, don't want us there still. The 3 billion that no longer give a shiat, would be the rest of the world that now dislike us.

Why do I feel safer? Maybe because a majority of Palestinians no longer support suicide bombing?

Great news! Do you have a cite?

Maybe because there are huge (uncovered) protests AGAINST terrorism and FOR freedom in Iraq?

I seriously doubt the administration would try to cover this up but who knows.

Maybe because Iraq now has the most democratic and representative government in its area?

What? Have they had any sort of vote yet? It is my understanding that we are occupying there country currently. I could be incorrect on this as I haven't watched the news in the last 3 hours.

Maybe because we've taken the fight to the terrorists instead of just sitting back and taking our lumps. There's a few reasons.

I'm concerned about the lumps we're inspiring as we speak. Keep your eyes peeled for the almanacs.
 
2003-12-29 07:45:06 PM
Fark, what if terrorists got on the internet?

The problem wasn't the "unkown unkowns". It was ego tripping between the FBI and the CIA which meant that people died because one agency wanted to prove it was better than the other agency.

Isn't that a problem that could be fixed?
 
2003-12-29 07:48:19 PM
OralB

Rounding up the citations now...
 
2003-12-29 07:54:01 PM
NavyBlues

Anybody biatching about the Christmas warnings is a reactionary. That threat is real.

As for Iraq, that's where you and I diverge, my friend. I think the decision to invade Iraq was precisely because of some highly overactive imaginations.

Taking the fight to them in Afghanistan, yes. Iraq, no.
 
2003-12-29 07:54:08 PM
NavyBlues
I'll take your word for it. I gotta roll.

If they were serious, they'd take those pictures of the suicide bombers on the banners in their cities down. Now that is digusting.

Peace.
 
2003-12-29 07:54:46 PM
Of course the terrorists are using the Farmer's Almanac.

How else would they know when to plant their bombs?

/thank you, thank you, I'll be here all week.
 
2003-12-29 07:55:49 PM
Palestinian poll opposing suicide bombings and the intifada here--->http://www.jordanembassyus.org/new/mep/poll/pc04042003.htm

The Anti-terrorism pro-freedom uncovered protests in Iraq are here--->http://healingiraq.blogspot.com/

Go to Dec 12 on that one.

What? Have they had any sort of vote yet? It is my understanding that we are occupying there country currently. I could be incorrect on this as I haven't watched the news in the last 3 hours.

No. They would need a census, rule of law, and a constitution first. However, they are electing their city councils, and their government, even if appointed, is truly REPRESENTATIVE of the different peoples of Iraq, far from the Sunni dominated Baath, there are Shia, Sunni, Kurds, and Christians in the IGC.
 
2003-12-29 09:00:08 PM
Vociferocicuss

I'm just curious, did a liberal rape your dog when you were a young child? You seem to have a lot of anger towards them to make such gross generalizations about everyone whose views fall under a specific political heading, maybe you should talk them out with a professional in the field of mental health.
 
2003-12-29 09:04:15 PM
this is just freaking stupid.

"For local law enforcement, it's just to help give them one more piece of information to raise their suspicions"

local law inforcement is suspicious enough. i refuse to be scared of terrorists. jerkoffs that come up with crap like this scare me more.
 
2003-12-29 09:16:15 PM
A world almanac was needed to play Carmen Sandiego?

I insist the developer of this game be prosecuted for training a generation of terrorers!

Who knew my innocent learning of world geography and facts could be so insidious...

Also note that the warning includes keeping an eye out for MAPS in the vehicle during routine traffic stops. As we all know, theres no legitimate reason to be driving around with a map.
 
2003-12-29 09:19:37 PM
Holy cow! My grandmother is a terrorist!
 
2003-12-29 09:30:01 PM
Next week they'll go after people calling the local time and temperature hotline because those terrorists want to make sure they have a cozy jacket for the trip to Paradise. Assholes.
 
2003-12-29 09:31:50 PM
my New Year's resolution is to stop reading Fark political threads. I always leave a little stupider than when I clicked on them. I can actually feel my brain cells pull out tiny little guns and shoot their own very little brains out when I read some of these posts. From now on, I'm only looking at Photoshops, Boobies and rednecks from Florida who get drunk and Darwin themselves.
 
2003-12-29 10:04:56 PM
That's what you get with those book things, I'm sure that smart mr. Ridge will get rid of them for us soon!

We will defeat the evil doers!!!


ALL HAIL THE HOMELAND! OBEY AND BE SPARED!
 
2003-12-29 10:08:03 PM
Just curious, how many Bush supporters were harassed by law enforcement during Clinton's administration for being "anti-American"? There seems like an awful lot of Bush protestors being harassed over the past few years...

Or is it only anti-American to oppose the president if a Republican is in office?
 
2003-12-29 10:38:56 PM
I really am starting to have a dislike for the stupidity of this country.

altinos:

It's probably about even. The only problem now is that it is receiving more news coverage because of the this whole "we are fighting terrorists, so civil liberties need to be put on hold" mentality that some blokes and birds have.

Just the way it is.

"Public servants" really don't fancy people pointing out their errors and making them look bad. As much as most people hate to admit to it, Clinton and George WW3 are pretty much the same. They are both evil and shouldn't hold power.

Vote Libertarian!
 
2003-12-29 10:46:33 PM
You wait. Daytimers are next, as those can be used to plan terrorist attacks. And that shiny new PDA you got for Christmas? Tool of Osama. You terrorist.
 
2003-12-29 11:39:11 PM
Our country is being run by a buch of retarded jackasses.

Are we supposed to feel safer now?

Wow, if they keep fighting terrorists this way - they'll probably go after people that use phonebooks next.
 
2003-12-30 01:46:49 AM
I guess as someone invited to submit stuff to almanacs I'm just plain farked.

The FBI is smokin in the evidence locker; my cousin operates a semi-important infrastructure facility in the midwest. When they call the FBI about the swarthy guys photographing the place and taking notes from cars with bogus license plates they can't get them off their asses.

/homeland security my ass.
 
2003-12-30 03:15:03 AM
Next up, Readers Digest subscribers!
 
2003-12-30 05:27:15 AM
Not sure what the tripling of the car tax in California has to do with cops searching for Almanacs, but, I think I should point out something about that: The car tax was not tripled. It was cut by two thirds in 1999, when the state was rolling in dot com dough, with the provision if the economy ever sucked again, the old rate would be reinstated. The economy sucked, so the old rate was reinstated. The new rate was no more than the charge prior to 1999. Oh well, maybe we will just fire all those police officers and fire fighters and teachers.
 
2003-12-30 07:37:57 AM
If an almanac can be seen inside a vehicle, there's now cause to run a check on the plates, find its owner, and interview them. If a person is seen carrying an almanac, there's now reasonable cause to stop and question them about it, and check the insides for anything suspicious written in the pages. If someone is seen carrying a book, there's now sufficient cause to stop them to see if it happens to be an almanac. If a person is carrying a bookbag or other container large enough to hold an almanac, there's now grounds for checking it to see if an almanac might be inside. If a vehicle is observed, and there's no almanac in sight, it can now be searched to see if one might be hidden somewhere inside- or at least this is how LEOs will read it. It's primarily just another tool in the War On Some Drugs.

Trust me, in any of those situations, a judge (who, I remind you, is generally a politician AND a lawyer) will uphold the legitimacy of the search. Period. If you have a few extra million bucks laying around, you might consider challenging it.

Few citizens will be directly affected. Just don't look brown-skinned, arabic, liberal, suspicious, or rebellious and it's certain that you won't be personally affected by this, and if you ARE one of the above, the odds of being personally affected are near-zero. But note that nearly all tyrants came to power by making sure that their actions only harmed the mainstream's social and political enemies. Once that foundation is in place, the extreme abuses cannot be stopped.
 
2003-12-30 11:51:49 AM
The FBI has very good intell on this.
The New York Times Top 5 bestsellers:

PAPERBACK ADVICE
Top 5 at a Glance
1. 30-MINUTE MEALS 2, by Rachael Ray
2. THE WORLD ALMANAC AND BOOK OF FACTS 2004
3. 30-MINUTE MEALS, by Rachael Ray
4. THE OLD FARMER'S ALMANAC 2004
5. 1,000 PLACES TO SEE BEFORE YOU DIE, by Patricia Schultz

It also proves that Rachel Ray of FoodTV is the key Al Queda operative in this huge terrorist cell. Don't let the bubbly facade fool you.
 
2003-12-30 12:05:31 PM
"If they were to have some of those items mentioned in the vehicle, it would be an indicator to investigate further," said Lt. Kurt Byrd.

Just as I said, possession of an almanac is now probable cause for investigation. I think I'll put an almanac under the rear window of my car. Maybe a little hilarity will ensue.

Thanks, Republicans. You've finally truly destroyed the USA. Congratufarkinlations.
 
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