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(Business Insider)   As it turns out, it's very difficult for someone to read the message you wrote on the side of a Tomahawk missile   (businessinsider.com) divider line 52
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2013-09-04 01:59:10 PM
I think it's the message inside the Tomahawk missile that's important.
 
2013-09-04 02:05:18 PM
Well then, we'll have to send it again.....
 
2013-09-04 02:36:23 PM
I'm not going to read BI but please someone tell me this isn't an article about whether targets read what we write on bombs?
 
2013-09-04 02:43:34 PM
There is no evidence that AssadCo was behind the attack(s). In fact, all evidence points to the contrary.

This might be why the British, the Germans and almost every other government of note has backed off - except France - and as in the US, the French PEOPLE want no part of any action on Syria - only the idiot heads of state.

Action against Syria based on unproven and unlikely empty allegations would be seen by the world as rogue and unjust - and that is why the vast majority of Americans - THE PEOPLE - oppose this insanity.

Yet its is THE PEOPLE of America who will suffer the repercussions of the irresponsible actions of Sheriff Bart Obama and his lackeys. Obama has stated flatly that he doesn't give a shiat about what congress thinksor how they vote... or what THE PEOPLE want - he's going to do this shiat anyway.

You elected him, America. He's YOUR DOG.

Better keep him on a short leash.


/Where to terrorists come from?
 
2013-09-04 02:51:50 PM
"In 1996, U.S. cruise missiles hit air defense facilities in southern Iraq in retaliation for Iraq's attacks on minority Kurds and its challenges to no-fly zones authorized by U.N. Security Council resolution."


*Air Launched Cruise Missiles* mind you.

...and we didn't write anything on them....dammit.
 
2013-09-04 03:20:45 PM

UberDave: ...and we didn't write anything on them....dammit


OK, I was going to snark by putting up a pick of the city names written on the bombs from Dr. Strangelove.

But GIS came up with this website instead, and I can only hope to God it's fake.
sabbah.biz
 
2013-09-04 03:21:15 PM
Well, the medium is the message, after all.
 
2013-09-04 03:45:03 PM

Karac: UberDave: ...and we didn't write anything on them....dammit

OK, I was going to snark by putting up a pick of the city names written on the bombs from Dr. Strangelove.

But GIS came up with this website instead, and I can only hope to God it's fake.
[sabbah.biz image 416x300]



Sadly, that's no fake.

Those are Israeli girls writing "love notes" to their friends in Lebanon during the 2006 war.


/But remember: It's okay when THEY do it
 
2013-09-04 03:49:39 PM

Karac: UberDave: ...and we didn't write anything on them....dammit

OK, I was going to snark by putting up a pick of the city names written on the bombs from Dr. Strangelove.

But GIS came up with this website instead, and I can only hope to God it's fake.
[sabbah.biz image 416x300]


No, Israel does that crap all the time.
 
2013-09-04 03:54:21 PM
dont-tread-on.me
 
2013-09-04 03:54:32 PM
Nice headline subby.
 
2013-09-04 03:58:16 PM

AirForceVet: I think it's the message inside the Tomahawk missile that's important.


That we lack the resolve to do anything effectual?
 
2013-09-04 04:05:27 PM

Amos Quito: You elected him, America. He's YOUR DOG.

Better keep him on a short leash.


I'll be sure not to vote for him again.
 
2013-09-04 04:06:13 PM

Karac: OK, I was going to snark by putting up a pick of the city names written on the bombs from Dr. Strangelove.



My first thought, too.

images.smh.com.au
 
2013-09-04 04:07:56 PM

Amos Quito: There is no evidence that AssadCo was behind the attack(s). In fact, all evidence points to the contrary.

This might be why the British, the Germans and almost every other government of note has backed off - except France - and as in the US, the French PEOPLE want no part of any action on Syria - only the idiot heads of state.

Action against Syria based on unproven and unlikely empty allegations would be seen by the world as rogue and unjust - and that is why the vast majority of Americans - THE PEOPLE - oppose this insanity.

Yet its is THE PEOPLE of America who will suffer the repercussions of the irresponsible actions of Sheriff Bart Obama and his lackeys. Obama has stated flatly that he doesn't give a shiat about what congress thinksor how they vote... or what THE PEOPLE want - he's going to do this shiat anyway.

You elected him, America. He's YOUR DOG.

Better keep him on a short leash.


/Where to terrorists come from?


Off the Jewish kick?
 
2013-09-04 04:11:06 PM
But this time was have years if NSA spying to help us win!
 
2013-09-04 04:22:07 PM
protip: if you don't read them, you may miss the easter eggs!

application.denofgeek.com
 
2013-09-04 04:28:04 PM

Amos Quito: Yet its is THE PEOPLE of America who will suffer the repercussions of the irresponsible actions of Sheriff Bart Obama and his lackeys. Obama has stated flatly that he doesn't give a shiat about what congress thinksor how they vote... or what THE PEOPLE want - he's going to do this shiat anyway.


Your comments are pretty uniformly ridiculous, but I like the name call of "President Obama: Sheriff of Washington."

/What do you prefer? Sheriff of Washington? Sheriff of Washingham? Sheriff of Nottington?
 
2013-09-04 04:30:45 PM

Amos Quito: Sheriff Bart Obama


Oh, and by the way, the last time a black sheriff was called upon to take evildoers to task:

images3.wikia.nocookie.net

/How hip.
 
2013-09-04 04:42:18 PM

Outrageous Muff: Amos Quito: There is no evidence that AssadCo was behind the attack(s). In fact, all evidence points to the contrary.

This might be why the British, the Germans and almost every other government of note has backed off - except France - and as in the US, the French PEOPLE want no part of any action on Syria - only the idiot heads of state.

Action against Syria based on unproven and unlikely empty allegations would be seen by the world as rogue and unjust - and that is why the vast majority of Americans - THE PEOPLE - oppose this insanity.

Yet its is THE PEOPLE of America who will suffer the repercussions of the irresponsible actions of Sheriff Bart Obama and his lackeys. Obama has stated flatly that he doesn't give a shiat about what congress thinksor how they vote... or what THE PEOPLE want - he's going to do this shiat anyway.

You elected him, America. He's YOUR DOG.

Better keep him on a short leash.


/Where to terrorists come from?



Off the Jewish kick?


You sound snively.

Israel is in this mess to the hilt - and pressure from Israel and AIPAC is no doubt the primary reason that ObamaCo (and his Repub counterparts) insist on going forward with this insane, self-destructive travesty.

And the people of Israel - what do THEY think?

Jerusalem Post:

 Polls: Israelis want US, Europe to attack Syria, but against IDF intervention

QUOTE:

While polls in the US and United Kingdom have found overwhelming opposition to their countries attacking Syria, a Gal Hadash poll published in Israel Hayom found that 66.6 percent of respondents would be in favor of American and European military intervention in Syria.

Only 17% opposed a US/EU strike and 16.4% did not know.

When asked whether they thought such an attack would take place, 72.8% said yes, 15.8% no, and 11.4% did not know.

[...]

A separate Ma'agar Mohot poll published in Friday's Ma'ariv found that Israelis overwhelmingly oppose an Israeli strike on Syria. If America does not intervene in Israel's northeastern neighbor, 77% of respondents who expressed an opinion said Israel should not get involved militarily, 11% said the IDF should, and 12% said they did not know and other answers.

When divided among how people voted in the January general election, 79% of Likud voters opposed Israeli military intervention in Syria, while 96% of Labor and Meretz voters were opposed.

END QUOTE

See, Israel wants AssadCo OUT, but as usual, they don't want to dirty their little hands or risk the prospect of Israeli blood being spilled.

LET'S CON THE AMERICANS INTO DOING IT FOR US!

Israel is a shiatstain utterly dependent on US handouts and protection - and the ONLY thing we ever get in return is faulty "intelligence" carefully designed to con us into doing their bidding - our "friendship" with this "shiatty little country" is one-way, and has earned us many, many enemies and cost us immensely in toil, treasure and blood.

FARK ISRAEL and those who blindly support that malignant cancerous wart.

And if you're Jewish, and you choose to support her based on your bigoted, racist, ethnocentric loyalty to the Zionist regime, then the above applies to you as well.


/Happy Rosh Hashanah!
 
2013-09-04 04:45:03 PM

imashark: Amos Quito: Sheriff Bart Obama

Oh, and by the way, the last time a black sheriff was called upon to take evildoers to task:

[images3.wikia.nocookie.net image 300x170]

/How hip.



Glad you picked up on the Sheriff Bart reference.


/"Mongoyim only pawn in game of life..."
 
2013-09-04 04:51:53 PM
Remember when we bombed a candy factory and a pharmaceutical plant in Sudan to punish Osama?  Good times.
www.loonwatch.com
 
2013-09-04 05:01:50 PM

somedude210: I'm not going to read BI but please someone tell me this isn't an article about whether targets read what we write on bombs?


No, it seems to be a middle of the road article that can't decide if we SHOULD bomb Syria or not... It's good to stay objective, but this really seems to have no point at all to it.
 
2013-09-04 05:11:58 PM
It's all in the advertising:

 academic.uprm.edu

/that's a campaign I would get behind
 
2013-09-04 05:46:19 PM

AliceBToklasLives: Remember when we bombed a candy factory and a pharmaceutical plant in Sudan to punish Osama?  Good times.
[www.loonwatch.com image 300x180]


Remember when the GOP spent hundreds of millions of dollars to uncover a bit of illicit head?
 
2013-09-04 05:49:48 PM
A boomerang missile on the other hand, you can read coming and going.

cache.gawkerassets.com
 
2013-09-04 07:02:03 PM

Amos Quito: Outrageous Muff: Amos Quito: There is no evidence that AssadCo was behind the attack(s). In fact, all evidence points to the contrary.

This might be why the British, the Germans and almost every other government of note has backed off - except France - and as in the US, the French PEOPLE want no part of any action on Syria - only the idiot heads of state.

Action against Syria based on unproven and unlikely empty allegations would be seen by the world as rogue and unjust - and that is why the vast majority of Americans - THE PEOPLE - oppose this insanity.

Yet its is THE PEOPLE of America who will suffer the repercussions of the irresponsible actions of Sheriff Bart Obama and his lackeys. Obama has stated flatly that he doesn't give a shiat about what congress thinksor how they vote... or what THE PEOPLE want - he's going to do this shiat anyway.

You elected him, America. He's YOUR DOG.

Better keep him on a short leash.


/Where to terrorists come from?


Off the Jewish kick?


You sound snively.

Israel is in this mess to the hilt - and pressure from Israel and AIPAC is no doubt the primary reason that ObamaCo (and his Repub counterparts) insist on going forward with this insane, self-destructive travesty.

And the people of Israel - what do THEY think?

Jerusalem Post:

 Polls: Israelis want US, Europe to attack Syria, but against IDF intervention

QUOTE:

While polls in the US and United Kingdom have found overwhelming opposition to their countries attacking Syria, a Gal Hadash poll published in Israel Hayom found that 66.6 percent of respondents would be in favor of American and European military intervention in Syria.

Only 17% opposed a US/EU strike and 16.4% did not know.

When asked whether they thought such an attack would take place, 72.8% said yes, 15.8% no, and 11.4% did not know.

[...]

A separate Ma'agar Mohot poll published in Friday's Ma'ariv found that Israelis overwhelmingly oppose an Israeli strike on Syria. If America does not intervene in Israel's northeastern neighbor, 77% of respondents who expressed an opinion said Israel should not get involved militarily, 11% said the IDF should, and 12% said they did not know and other answers.

When divided among how people voted in the January general election, 79% of Likud voters opposed Israeli military intervention in Syria, while 96% of Labor and Meretz voters were opposed.

END QUOTE

See, Israel wants AssadCo OUT, but as usual, they don't want to dirty their little hands or risk the prospect of Israeli blood being spilled.

LET'S CON THE AMERICANS INTO DOING IT FOR US!

Israel is a shiatstain utterly dependent on US handouts and protection - and the ONLY thing we ever get in return is faulty "intelligence" carefully designed to con us into doing their bidding - our "friendship" with this "shiatty little country" is one-way, and has earned us many, many enemies and cost us immensely in toil, treasure and blood.

FARK ISRAEL and those who blindly support that malignant cancerous wart.

And if you're Jewish, and you choose to support her based on your bigoted, racist, ethnocentric loyalty to the Zionist regime, then the above applies to you as well.


/Happy Rosh Hashanah!


-100/10
The Middle East is a shart hole, and Isreal is the only relatively sane nation in the whole cesspit.
Go back to Saudi Arabia.
 
2013-09-04 08:21:40 PM
Oh, sure, NOW the conservitards care about us not bombing the crap out of countries to teach them to love & respect America. NOW they want to take a moment to reflect before we go blundering in with our six-guns a-blazin'. Now let's finally take a look at the first line in "The Art of War": War is a matter of vital importance to the State.

Which is a good thing and I'm glad that finally they figured it out; I'm just sorry it had to be because they want to screw President Obama and not because they finally realized War is Bad.
 
2013-09-04 08:53:22 PM

Gyrfalcon: Which is a good thing and I'm glad that finally they figured it out; I'm just sorry it had to be because they want to screw President Obama and not because they finally realized War is Bad.


War can do some good and be bad at the same time. Afghanistan was harboring the people who attacked us and refused to turn them over. Iraq was a nation that we were already in a technical state of war as a leftover from 1991, they were shooting at the people enforcing the no fly zone. That alone was enough to go in and invade the living shiat out of their asses. The WMD was just pablum for the masses. This war is an entirely different animal from either of those two wars.

1) Syria hasn't attacked us. Syria is not harboring people who attacked us, in fact they are fighting against some people who actually has attacked us and in whose favor any attacks by us will be in.

2) Syria hasn't broken any international laws that it previously agreed to. The 1925 treaty is in regards to attacking another nation, not a civil war. An oversight by the people who wrote it up back then but they, having seen the effects thought nobody would be mad enough to do that to their own people. They didn't sign the one that would have made doing what they may have done illegal.

3) The UN is definitely not behind us nor at the moment has any nation fully committed to have our backs (including most noticeably the British and their commonwealths) outside of financing some of it (turning us into the worlds most bad-assed mercenary force ever seen in the history of mankind). And no, France hasn't committed herself to this yet, they are waiting to see what our congress says first.

If this had happened (the gassing attack) a bit over a year ago I think that there would be considerably more people behind it but with who has inserted themselves into this in the last year (Al Qaeda) it might literally be a crime (under the Patriot Act) to give them any military help at all, which this act of war will certainly accomplish. The artillery that can shoot CW's can also shoot conventional ammunition as well and is currently being used for just that purpose against the rebels, which includes Al Qaeda. You simply can't help one without also helping the other.
 
2013-09-04 09:26:15 PM

Radioactive Ass: War can do some good and be bad at the same time. Afghanistan was harboring the people who attacked us and refused to turn them over. Iraq was a nation that we were already in a technical state of war as a leftover from 1991, they were shooting at the people enforcing the no fly zone. That alone was enough to go in and invade the living shiat out of their asses. The WMD was just pablum for the masses. This war is an entirely different animal from either of those two wars.


All war is bad. There may be wars that are necessary to fight; there may be reasons (as you rightly point out) that military action is needed; but all wars are bad. There are no "good" reasons to fight a war. In war, people die, usually and mostly civilians. Any rationale that "the civilians are hiding the enemy" or "the people should overthrow their dictators if they don't agree with them" are glosses to cover the fact that civilians are being killed, often by the same military claiming to be intervening on their behalf.

There should never be ANY military action, unless there is absolutely no other alternative and unless the only other alternative is utter destruction. The problem Americans face is that half the country believes in "humanitarian" war--that we can and/or should intervene anywhere if the cause is "just" or "right" even if it isn't our war--and the other half believes in dieu et mon droit as foreign policy. And evidently nobody has learned the lessons of Vietnam, Iraq, Afghanistan and Somalia--that all war is bad, that invasion is always wrong, and that other cultures have to be considered in the larger context and not just what WE think about them long before boots hit the ground.

And, apparently, the idea that there can be a "limited military action" is still wishful thinking on somebody's part. That piece of bullcrap should have been laid to rest in Desert Storm.
 
2013-09-04 10:19:27 PM

Karac: UberDave: ...and we didn't write anything on them....dammit

OK, I was going to snark by putting up a pick of the city names written on the bombs from Dr. Strangelove.

But GIS came up with this website instead, and I can only hope to God it's fake.
[sabbah.biz image 416x300]


That's Tatsuma as a child, writing to his Palestinian pen pal.
 
2013-09-04 10:22:25 PM
Must I do the wildly anguished kitty dance on your desk again, Mr President?
 
2013-09-04 10:23:51 PM
Gyrfalcon: 
All war is bad.

Not war on the Chicom.
 
2013-09-04 10:50:02 PM

Richard C Stanford: -100/10
The Middle East is a shart hole, and Isreal is the only relatively sane nation in the whole cesspit.
Go back to Saudi Arabia.


Once you realize he's a bigot, everything he says neatly falls into the stereotype.
 
2013-09-04 10:51:28 PM

Gyrfalcon: And, apparently, the idea that there can be a "limited military action" is still wishful thinking on somebody's part.


You mean like Libya 2011? Or Libya 1983? Or Bosnia 1995? Or Kosovo 1999?

You mean other than those?
 
2013-09-04 10:55:49 PM
*growls very politely somewhere in vygramul's direction*
 
2013-09-04 11:29:59 PM

vygramul: Richard C Stanford: -100/10
The Middle East is a shart hole, and Isreal is the only relatively sane nation in the whole cesspit.
Go back to Saudi Arabia.

Once you realize he's a bigot, everything he says neatly falls into the stereotype.



Sorry that I fail to shower your favorite "Nation" with undeserved special favoritism. That I fail to ignore her faults, and the threat she presents to us.

If that makes me a "bigot" in your mind... well...

LOL!
 
2013-09-05 12:07:42 AM

Amos Quito: vygramul: Richard C Stanford: -100/10
The Middle East is a shart hole, and Isreal is the only relatively sane nation in the whole cesspit.
Go back to Saudi Arabia.

Once you realize he's a bigot, everything he says neatly falls into the stereotype.


Sorry that I fail to shower your favorite "Nation" with undeserved special favoritism. That I fail to ignore her faults, and the threat she presents to us.

If that makes me a "bigot" in your mind... well...

LOL!


No, none of that makes you a bigot. It's all the bigoted things you say that makes you a bigot.
 
2013-09-05 12:10:39 AM

Kittypie070: Must I do the wildly anguished kitty dance on your desk again, Mr President?


You can do it on MY desk. I need the humorous distraction.
 
2013-09-05 12:27:49 AM

Gyrfalcon: Kittypie070: Must I do the wildly anguished kitty dance on your desk again, Mr President?

You can do it on MY desk. I need the humorous distraction.


Can you provide a handy bathroom door for me to run facefirst into?
 
2013-09-05 12:32:23 AM

Kittypie070: Gyrfalcon: Kittypie070: Must I do the wildly anguished kitty dance on your desk again, Mr President?

You can do it on MY desk. I need the humorous distraction.

Can you provide a handy bathroom door for me to run facefirst into?


Floor should be linoleum, too, for maximum entertainment.
 
2013-09-05 12:35:29 AM

Radioactive Ass: Gyrfalcon: Which is a good thing and I'm glad that finally they figured it out; I'm just sorry it had to be because they want to screw President Obama and not because they finally realized War is Bad.

War can do some good and be bad at the same time. Afghanistan was harboring the people who attacked us and refused to turn them over. Iraq was a nation that we were already in a technical state of war as a leftover from 1991, they were shooting at the people enforcing the no fly zone. That alone was enough to go in and invade the living shiat out of their asses. The WMD was just pablum for the masses. This war is an entirely different animal from either of those two wars.

1) Syria hasn't attacked us. Syria is not harboring people who attacked us, in fact they are fighting against some people who actually has attacked us and in whose favor any attacks by us will be in.

2) Syria hasn't broken any international laws that it previously agreed to. The 1925 treaty is in regards to attacking another nation, not a civil war. An oversight by the people who wrote it up back then but they, having seen the effects thought nobody would be mad enough to do that to their own people. They didn't sign the one that would have made doing what they may have done illegal.

3) The UN is definitely not behind us nor at the moment has any nation fully committed to have our backs (including most noticeably the British and their commonwealths) outside of financing some of it (turning us into the worlds most bad-assed mercenary force ever seen in the history of mankind). And no, France hasn't committed herself to this yet, they are waiting to see what our congress says first.

If this had happened (the gassing attack) a bit over a year ago I think that there would be considerably more people behind it but with who has inserted themselves into this in the last year (Al Qaeda) it might literally be a crime (under the Patriot Act) to give them any military help at all, which this act of war will certainly accomplish. The artillery that can shoot CW's can also shoot conventional ammunition as well and is currently being used for just that purpose against the rebels, which includes Al Qaeda. You simply can't help one without also helping the other.


Its legal to drop incendiary weapons on schoolchildren?
 
2013-09-05 12:55:28 AM

Shadow Blasko: Its legal to drop incendiary weapons on schoolchildren?


You need to elaborate on that question.
 
2013-09-05 12:56:31 AM

vygramul: Kittypie070: Gyrfalcon: Kittypie070: Must I do the wildly anguished kitty dance on your desk again, Mr President?

You can do it on MY desk. I need the humorous distraction.

Can you provide a handy bathroom door for me to run facefirst into?

Floor should be linoleum, too, for maximum entertainment.


He-he.
 
2013-09-05 01:09:52 AM

vygramul: Kittypie070: Gyrfalcon: Kittypie070: Must I do the wildly anguished kitty dance on your desk again, Mr President?

You can do it on MY desk. I need the humorous distraction.

Can you provide a handy bathroom door for me to run facefirst into?

Floor should be linoleum, too, for maximum entertainment.


[busts out the caffeine, surf wax, and Oingo Boingo's Dead Man's Party]
Suddenly, a completely buzzed cat appears and leaps to the desk in an utterly unrestrained feline tempest of whirling and melodic caterwauling!

Fifteen minutes later the top of the desk is polished to a glasslike, perfect smoothness, every single textfile on a nearby computer is transcoded into somewhat grammatically accurate Klingonaase [yes that is excruciatingly correct], the bathroom door has been partly demolished with a large, vaguely cat-shaped smouldering hole in the lower half, Rod Serling has appeared out of a mysterious and inexplicable discontinuity in the space-time continuum and is sitting in the office chair smoking the unholy hell out of a pack of Chesterfields, and...the cat is now somehow on the roof, warbling happily to itself like a maniacal teakettle and counting out $20 bills for the repair of the door.
 
2013-09-05 01:58:55 AM

Kittypie070: Fifteen minutes later the top of the desk is polished to a glasslike, perfect smoothness, every single textfile on a nearby computer is transcoded into somewhat grammatically accurate Klingonaase [yes that is excruciatingly correct], the bathroom door has been partly demolished with a large, vaguely cat-shaped smouldering hole in the lower half, Rod Serling has appeared out of a mysterious and inexplicable discontinuity in the space-time continuum and is sitting in the office chair smoking the unholy hell out of a pack of Chesterfields, and...the cat is now somehow on the roof, warbling happily to itself like a maniacal teakettle and counting out $20 bills for the repair of the door.


I have to say that underlining somewhat was a bit over the top but italicizing smouldering before hole was brilliant.

*Golf clap*
 
2013-09-05 03:00:48 AM

Kittypie070: vygramul: Kittypie070: Gyrfalcon: Kittypie070: Must I do the wildly anguished kitty dance on your desk again, Mr President?

You can do it on MY desk. I need the humorous distraction.

Can you provide a handy bathroom door for me to run facefirst into?

Floor should be linoleum, too, for maximum entertainment.

[busts out the caffeine, surf wax, and Oingo Boingo's Dead Man's Party]
Suddenly, a completely buzzed cat appears and leaps to the desk in an utterly unrestrained feline tempest of whirling and melodic caterwauling!

Fifteen minutes later the top of the desk is polished to a glasslike, perfect smoothness, every single textfile on a nearby computer is transcoded into somewhat grammatically accurate Klingonaase [yes that is excruciatingly correct], the bathroom door has been partly demolished with a large, vaguely cat-shaped smouldering hole in the lower half, Rod Serling has appeared out of a mysterious and inexplicable discontinuity in the space-time continuum and is sitting in the office chair smoking the unholy hell out of a pack of Chesterfields, and...the cat is now somehow on the roof, warbling happily to itself like a maniacal teakettle and counting out $20 bills for the repair of the door.


[throws warbling teakettle a well-marinated salmon]

Good night, sweet kitteh, and flights of cannabinoid mice sing thee to thy rest.
 
2013-09-05 03:21:40 AM
Surf wax, linoleum, and Oingo Boingo. Works every time.

Sha-BOOM through the door at roughly Mach 0.3.
/don't wanna embarass the boys at Edwards.

[ecstatically accepts salmon, warbles off to sleep]
 
2013-09-05 04:56:05 AM

Amos Quito: 66.6


Heh. Nice.
 
2013-09-05 06:55:49 AM

To sum up the article........


When I vote for a particular political party, I'm basically voting on what to do with fetuses. Other than that, you're voting for two sides of the same coin.

 
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