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April 15, 2004

Okay, i Got One Too

Courtesy Kevin's Wizbang and his fabulous Kerry Sloganator, here's my attempt:


Posted by annika, Apr. 15, 2004 |
Rubric: The Huh? Files & annikapunditry


Shouldn't that be in in the "Huh? files" rubric? Anyway, I'm sure it's good but I can't figure out what the Demoid is trying to say yet. I'll get back to ya later, after I have my coffee.

Posted by: d-rod on Apr. 15, 2004


Posted by: Capt. Poopdeck on Apr. 15, 2004

There's an PM drivetime radio show in Boston hosted by a priceless guy named Howie Carr who knows where about 90% of the bodies are buried, literally and figuratively.

He has a contest where they play 30 seconds of Ted answering a question...if you can count the number of times he says "ahh" you win...even if you listen intently it's almost impossible to do it...it's hilarious.

Posted by: Jason O. on Apr. 15, 2004

Jason, you're SO making miss Boston. How I wound up in Florida I will never know.

Posted by: Dave J on Apr. 15, 2004

D-Rod, youre absolutely right. Rubric added.

Posted by: annika! on Apr. 15, 2004


Today's quote comes from Matt Shifrin, a first lieutenant in the US Military Dumbass Corps.

"I don't know if we were fighting terrorism directly by invading Iraq and ousting Saddam [Hussein], but I do know that as long as these extremist groups are planning and expending resources by attacking soldiers in Iraq, they are less capable of attacking helpless civilians in the U.S., Israel and other civilized nations."

Ah, such a nice sentiment that Iraq has been turned into a slaughter ground so that the rest of us can be safe and sound from attacks on our soil by terrorists. Following that same logic, I hope Canada remains safe from attacks because terrorists are too busy blowing up American skyscrapers. You stupid, mindless Reich Whingers never learn. I just wish you were too stupid to breed!

Kerry will win 40 states!

Posted by: Robert McClelland on Apr. 15, 2004

You Reich Whing perverts will now have to get real jobs!


Posted by: Robert McClelland on Apr. 15, 2004

It's somehow comforting to know that you're your own worst enemy, McClelland. Please, rant away to your heart's content.

Posted by: Dave J on Apr. 16, 2004

Gee, hostile little fella ain't he?

I guess I would be too if I had to delude myself as often as he apparently does. On the bright side, with an active imagination like his, he can always create a world where SOMEONE might agree with him...

Posted by: John on Apr. 16, 2004

"Jon Bon Jovi and I have a lot in common. He was one of the 50 most beautiful people in People magazine. I read People magazine." - John F. Kerry, 4/16/04

Posted by: d-rod on Apr. 16, 2004

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