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calendar   Friday - October 01, 2004

Debate Winner?

Our poll on who won the debate has proven to be rather insightful. The majority of people seem to think that the debate was a tie and that Jim Lehrer really sucked. I agree. Senator Fuckface gave the performance of a great debater, which he is but a Gallup poll taken today shows people recognized that he has great debating skills but a majority still trust Bush over Kerry. I guess the orange tan, makeup and lipstick didn’t do as much for Kerry as he had hoped.

Go cast your vote now to let us know how you feel.


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Posted by The Skipper   United States  on 10/01/2004 at 08:52 PM   
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When You Think You’ve Seen It All…..

Go here.

I was flabbergasted.  I see they are having a party in Gainesville.  Hmmmm, one of our readers is from Gainesville.  I wonder if there is something we should know about him?  Like.................masquerading on our site as one person and as another on the one above?  hahahaha!!

Oh, one more thing, you can look at people’s pictures and choose whether they are “ass or trunk.” Hell, you can even upload your own.  Given that there may be thousands in there, I doubt you’d ever see it again but if you are daring, submit yours.  Please don’t try and be cute by posting anyone’s other than your own.  (DISCLAIMER:  Allan and I are armed and dangerous!!  You have been warned!)


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Posted by Ranting Right Wing Howler   United States  on 10/01/2004 at 01:33 PM   
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T.G.I.F.

Senators William B. Spong of Virginia and Hiram Fong of Hawaii recently sponsored a bill recommending the mass ringing of church bells to welcome the arrival in Hong Kong of the U.S. Table Tennis Team after its tour of Communist China.

The bill failed to pass, cheating the Senate out of passing the Spong-Fong Hong Kong Ping Pong Ding Dong Bell Bill.

(sorry, couldn’t help myself!  grin )


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Posted by Ranting Right Wing Howler   United States  on 10/01/2004 at 12:34 PM   
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Anecdotal Proof That Republicans May Be On To Something

Maybe you’ve seen this. Seems a couple of senators have their panties in a wad about a mailing made in West Virginia and Arkansas implying liberals would ban the Bible if elected. 

They are demanding apologies.  They are fit to be tied. They call it ridiculous.

The question that begs asking is, “why didn’t the DNC apologize for all those ads put out by MoveOn.org or the fallacious movie by Michael, “Shithead Fatass” Moore?”

But that’s not really the point of this post.

Dummycraps scream about the Republican mailing yet when you read about a man ARRESTED for reading a Bible, then you will have no doubt that those mailings were on to something.

(note: I will concede that maybe the forum he chose may not have been the best but............ to ARREST him?)


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Posted by Ranting Right Wing Howler   United States  on 10/01/2004 at 12:02 PM   
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The Next Step

Well, the debates are over. 

The next step is going to the polls and doing your civic duty.

With that said, I believe before you do you should first take a test.

Based on what I’ve been reading the past few years about how stupid some voters are, how they select candidates based on appearances rather than positions plus considering how often they will vote for someone because the name “rings a bell” and based on my personal expereices as a poll worker, I have to agree with Neal Boortz’s take on testing voters.

You gotta love it when the criteria states that if you collect welfare you DO NOT vote.  You’re already at the trough.  You should not have a right to demand a bigger trough.

One last thing: It’s also getting a bit late to register to vote and if you are still undecided then you have NO CLUE about what is going on.  Please stay home November 2nd.


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Posted by Ranting Right Wing Howler   United States  on 10/01/2004 at 11:41 AM   
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Something To Get Pissed Off About

I found out about this a couple of days ago and thought, “hmmmmm, Fuckface would be a great person shithead to inaugurate this monument.

Hell, I remember Nelson, BC.  Looked like a nice little town. I drove through it in 1973 when I drove to Alaska from Arizona.  Back then it was mostly unpaved.  Today it’s all wussed out and asphalted. I did not know it was a refuge for deserters and yellow-bellied, cowardly cock-suckers evading the draft.

Fucking pacifist bastards!

Then I found this and REALLY got pissed off!  I shouldn’t be surprised though to see the Nobel Committee wanted to give a peace prize to a bunch of draft dodging, insubordination supporting fucxkwads in Israel.

Hell, if I was in charge of the IDF, I’d hunt these forons down and put all their heads on pikes!


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Posted by Ranting Right Wing Howler   United States  on 10/01/2004 at 09:36 AM   
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UNBELIEVABLE BOOBS!!!!

Bet the title got your attention, eh?

Well, I know them as Fuckface and The Breck Girl.

Others know them as a couple of boobs.

So, thanks to Laurie who sent this to me, here are a couple of unbelievable boobs!

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(with apologies to the poor young lady whose body was the “victim” of this photo-shop moment)


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Posted by Ranting Right Wing Howler   United States  on 10/01/2004 at 09:28 AM   
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Great News!!

How about them Yankees, huh?  Seven straight championship seasons. 100 wins---again.  Attendance?  3,775,292 for the year.  Just about the only team in baseball that INCREASES attendance figures at other parks.

You gotta love it!!!

Oh, and the Cubcakes?  They lost.

Cards?  They lost, too!

**snicker**


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Posted by Ranting Right Wing Howler   United States  on 10/01/2004 at 08:59 AM   
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Debate THIS!

Anyone can vote in this poll, not just members. Tell us what you think. You may check more than one box ....






Here is a sample from the debate ....

Bush: “My concerns about the senator is that, in the course of this campaign, I’ve been listening very carefully to what he says, and he changes positions on the war in Iraq. He changes positions on something as fundamental as what you believe in your core, in your heart of hearts, is right in Iraq.

“You cannot lead if you send mixed messages. Mixed messages send the wrong signals to our troops. Mixed messages send the wrong signals to our allies. Mixed messages send the wrong signals to the Iraqi citizens.

Kerry: “Let me talk about something that the president just sort of finished up with. Maybe someone would call it a character trait, maybe somebody wouldn’t. But this issue of certainty. It’s one thing to be certain, but you can be certain and be wrong.

“It’s another to be certain and be right, or to be certain and be moving in the right direction, or be certain about a principle and then learn new facts and take those new facts and put them to use in order to change and get your policy right.”


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Posted by The Skipper   United States  on 10/01/2004 at 08:39 AM   
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Daily Dose

Quote Of The Day

“In matters of style, swim with the current; in matters of principle, stand like a rock.”
-- Thomas Jefferson



On This Day In History
October 1st

1890 - Congress Creates Yosemite National Park
On this day in 1890, the United States Congress decrees that about 1,500 square miles of public land in the California Sierra Nevada will be preserved forever as Yosemite National Park. Once the home to Indians whose battle cry Yo-che-ma-te ("some among them are killers") gave the park its name, Anglo-Americans began to settle in Yosemite Valley as early as the 1850s, eventually driving out the native inhabitants. Early settlers quickly recognized the unique beauty of the narrow Yosemite Valley with the sheer-faced Half Dome Mountain looming nearly a mile above the valley floor and three stunning waterfalls. At that time other awe-inspiring natural wonders like Niagara Falls were already becoming popular American tourist destinations, and a few early settlers tried to profit from the wonders of the Yosemite Valley by charging tourists hefty fees. But thanks to the popular paintings of Albert Bierstadt and the photographs of Carlton Watkins, Americans who would never see the magnificent valley in person began to call for its preservation from crass commercial development. In June 1864, President Abraham Lincoln agreed, signing a bill that ceded the small Yosemite Valley area, along with the Mariposa Grove of giant sequoia trees, to the state of California with the requirement that it be held as a national public trust “for all time.” But in subsequent years, the state of California proved a less than vigilant caretaker of the Yosemite, inspiring the famous naturalist John Muir to publish several widely read articles exposing the destruction of the valley by large herds of sheep that Muir called “hoofed locusts.” In 1890, Muir’s efforts, as well as those of the newly founded Sierra Club, convinced Congress that Yosemite would be better protected as one part of a 1,500-square-mile national park. Though later reduced in size to 540 square miles, Yosemite National Park has ever since been one of the most popular nature preserves in the world. Today the park receives more than four million visitors annually.



Today’s Birthdays

William Edward Boeing, (1881-1956), Aircraft manufacturer
James Earl Carter, Jr., (1924- ), American President, asanine, pinko loser
Julie Andrews, (1935- ), Actress
Mark McGwire, (1963- ), Baseball player

Thanks to The Quotations Page - The History Channel - InfoPlease.


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Posted by The Skipper   United States  on 10/01/2004 at 08:20 AM   
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