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Buzglyd 05-28-2005 05:50 PM

Re: Ask this one too
come on now. they remind us everyday that they "support our troops." I wonder why they have to try so hard at convincing us of that.

jungkvist 05-28-2005 06:23 PM

Re: Is there a charge for premeditated stupidity ?
I don't get it! Winslow loses millions becasue he is a supid boob, while Paris Hilton makes millions even-though she's stupid and doesn't have any boobs. Reality is very strange, especially on TV.

rmdower 05-28-2005 06:29 PM

Re: Continuing The Winslow Saga
I was thinking to myself, not being a recent football fan, isn't Kellen Winslow a little old for that kind of foolishness. I didn't realize it was Junior. I read the ESPN story. All i can say is ROTFLMAO. Ooh, a mean ol' Gixxer 750 in a parking lot. As Bugs Bunny would say, "What a maroon!"

jungkvist 05-28-2005 07:02 PM

Welcome to the world of the pragmatic sunshine patriot.
Now, now, everything's fine. We've got a dolt in the White House, and everyone is back to shouting, "America, right of wrong!" Yep, our leaders are honest - and not for sale - and the oil lobby is just a bunch of patriotic altruists. Best of all, everything is okay: FOX News says so. Yes sir, we're back in the good-old-days, where nobody questioned the government - and if you did, you were nothing but a low down, lilly livered, son of a b!tch!

Welcome to the McCarthy era, revisited.

jungkvist 05-28-2005 08:03 PM

Re: A complete waste of time
It's like Vietnam, the Pentagon Papers and Watergate, never happened. Five administrations worth of lies, greed and death - and just three-decades later, we've fogotten everything. If you believe things are going well in Iraq and the news media is just-against the war, keep this in mind. There was no imbedding of journalists during Vietnam - they were allowed to travel freely - but still, five admisitrations were able to conceal incredible amounts of embarrassing information. Duing this war, the press has much less freedom - what we hear is what the Bush Administration wants us to hear.

Never, never, never, blindly trust the government.

theirishscion 05-28-2005 09:04 PM

Re: Continuing The Winslow Saga
You're most welcome...

That said, I don't seem remember eliciting your opinion on my opinion.

No matter, always a pleasure to receive a constructive feedback, thanks so much!


eekadog 05-29-2005 01:32 AM

Re: Continuing The Winslow Saga
it was a 600. unless the 750s come in red.

longride 05-29-2005 03:00 AM

Re: Continuing The Winslow Saga
I submitted and posted the story. Since you felt compelled to tell us it shouldn't have been posted, I just reminded you I will sleep better knowing your all-important opinion. Next time I'll check with you before I post up something to make sure it's worthy of your time. We certainly can't have you upset with anything here, or the site itself would shut down. If you didn't want to read it, then don't. Nobody twisted your arm and made you tell us how bored you were.

seruzawa 05-29-2005 03:26 AM

Re: Continuing The Winslow Saga
I think that you should be our next UN ambassador, longride.

cptaebphd 05-29-2005 04:51 AM

Re: He's a soldier!
I think the proper spelling is "HOOAH"

As you know, HOOAH is an acceptable, generic response for any question from a superior. Enlisted folks will tell you that HOOAH is derived from the acronym HUYA (head up your ass). So rather than telling an officer that he's insane for making you clean the latrine yet again, you'd simply yell out HUYA and not get an Article 15....

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