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Saturday, July 31, 2004
  follow up
i'd like to see this campaign flyer which was inspired by the last post: vote for bush! kill someone! or stay home. the life you save could be your own.
 
Friday, July 30, 2004
  epa
what happens when we allow pollutants into the environment? people die. what happens if we don't? plants close. jobs are lost. people go hungry. obviously we should not pollute the environment, right? it's better to have hungry people than to have dead people, right? well, the bush administration has consistently allowed more poisons to be dumped into our water, land, and air. i was wondering how this could possibly be rational. then it hit me with depressing certainty: dead people don't vote. hungry people vote against you. the political gain has become obvious.
 
Thursday, July 29, 2004
  population control
it seems bush's plan for population control is war and pestilence.
 
Wednesday, July 28, 2004
  the other casualties
it's estimated that 50,000 veterans of the iraq war will come home with severe psychological disorders. you'll see them standing on street corners with signs that say: hungry vet needs work. 50,000 of our best and brightest won't be able to hold a job. some will become suicidal or worse - homicidal.
 
Tuesday, July 27, 2004
  bush bash
here. no person capable of thinking for themselves would ever vote for this party.
 
Monday, July 26, 2004
  wardriving
wardriving is when you drive around looking for unprotected open wireless networks. it can be real handy if you get pulled over for doing 90 and the peace officer would like to see proof of insurance which your insurance provider emailed to you.
 
Wednesday, July 21, 2004
  ebbel
ah if only i were 15 years younger. she's pretty hot. even if she did go to mit.
 
Tuesday, July 20, 2004
  bushisms
"i want to be the peace president". "i want to go to the moon" [sic]. i think he'll say anything to get re-elected.
 
Saturday, July 17, 2004
  patriot act
the other day i was watching a roller hockey game. one player got a bit verbally abusive. eventually, he found out his target was an off-duty peace officer who had had enough. the guy was arrested, charged under the patriot act for making terrorist threats, and spent the weekend in jail. the guy certainly deserved a misconduct penalty. and the ref needed a good swift kick in the backside for not calling one. sure. do we really want cops to have this kind of power over us knowing that they're going to use it in ways that were never intended?
 
Friday, July 16, 2004
  pr
a recent yahoo news headline said: bush decisive, kerry smart. damn. decisive? decisive acts. decisive doesn't stare at a children's book while americans are dying. [i refer to 'my pet goat' on 9/11.] bush must have some sort of pr dream team.
 
Saturday, July 10, 2004
  politics
recently during a political discussion, someone said there's no way they'd want clinton to be president again. yeah, why would anyone want 8 years of peace and prosperity? i mean really.
 
Friday, July 09, 2004
  maine
we just got back from a trip to maine. grandma looks pretty good for 88. the boys scored hatloads of candy at the parade. there were no trebuchets this year. the fireworks were cancelled due to fog. the lobster was yummy. a waitress poured a tray of sodas on my lap. i caught a cold. i fed the mosquitos 22 times. we played at fort knox. the real one. not that fake one in kentucky. i learned something there. when you fire a cannonball at a wooden ship it makes a big hole. when you fire a red hot cannonball at a wooden ship it makes a big hole and sets it on fire.
 
Thursday, July 08, 2004
  bush's junk science
junk science will kill you. i couldn't finish the article. i just couldn't.
 
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