Monthly Archives: November 2010

Teabagging for justice!

George: Have you heard about Paladino? Mike: The guy who ran for gov of NY? George: Yeah. More specifically, did you hear about how he decried bestiality, but then he went and forwarded a bunch of e-mails containing such material … Continue reading

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Filet Mignon

George: “The sea cucumber holds the unenviable position of not only looking like a massive glistening turd, but looking equally as defenseless. When the humans name your species after a vegetable, you can tell you’re probably not known for sharp … Continue reading

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Book Burning: Part 3 of 3

George: Here’s another thing I don’t get – George: If such information should be free, then why are you also about your own information being private?  Mike: “…keep pressing for that advantage” At what cost? What freedoms are okay to … Continue reading

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Book Burning: Part 2 of 3

Mike: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/September_11_attacks#Attackers_and_their_background Mike: This refers to having the information on the attackers “within hours of the attack.” Mike: Obviously not directly my point, so not specifically helpful. Mike: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Attack_on_Pearl_Harbor#Japanese_declaration_of_war Mike: This is a little more to my point: the Japanese … Continue reading

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Book Burning: Part 1 of 3

George: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AT0qgjxJyRA George: Can you explain to me why people are up in arms about this? It wasn’t the Obama administration, it was a couple of other gubmint agencies which work independently of that branch. Mike: Oh dear, sweet, brain-eating … Continue reading

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