Today's USA Today says Houston's air is "UNHEALTHY"
but the air in Los Angeles has been rated "GOOD."
...thought you'd want to know.
Pearl Jam Update
"With three Supreme Court positions opening
in the next administration,
I'm frightened to think of a Republican in office, especially one raised
by a father who was in the CIA. I'm moving to a different country if
little Damien II gets elected."
-- Eddie Vedder, page 7D USA Today
"Little Damien II?"
Are you kidding me?
Make him stop!
This is a great point about Dennis Miller.
1. I know who Marquis de Sade was, and apparently Warren Sapp was
playing with pain and proud of it. It's a good joke.
2. I don't get the Bill Maher joke.
Eric Dickerson, the most-yardage-ever dude is on the sidelines, but you
can't mistake him for Bill Maher, and that skinny, skinny babe is there.
Can't the cameraman hand her a sandwich?
3. Yes, when Dennis gets excited, his voice gets a high pitch to it.
4. Four is the killer.
The Rubicon is a river between the straight people and the dopers,
or at least that's what it's come to mean.
William of Orange sounds like somebody Mel Gibson would play
in a movie he directed.
Yalta is the conference where Churchill and Stalin met the "new" Roosevelt.
I forget what they did, but it was near the end of WWII, so maybe they
we planning how to kick Japanese butt, but any mention of Yalta is meant
to portray a meeting, a huddle, a plan of attack by the big boys.
This is what makes Miller so funny.
If I had a degree in literature, I'd like him even more.
5. I don't dislike Hank Jr, but he's a Republican and that song got old years ago.
7. Point already made in #1 and #4.
8. If Miller loses this job, it'll be because he's too smart for the
and that would be a good excuse to bring in an uneducated dropout Pigboy.
Let's hope Drudge was lying (again) when he said Pigboy got another audition.
Does the band Pearl Jam read bartcop.com?
Recently, I said the easiest way to stop concert bootleggers was
for the bands to
release the concerts their own damn selves, making bootleg copies near-worthless.
Pearl Jam has announced the unprecedented release of 25
different live shows
from their recent European tour. Eddie Vedder says he's tired of people paying
top-dollar for poorly-recorded, shitty-sounding copies that are often incomplete.
"If you're going to hear our mistakes, you might as well hear them clearly."
The 2-CD sets are selling for only $10.98 if you buy them online.
Pearl Jam's not my favorite band, but I've always liked
them, and I like them more
since they have taken this step. Live music is so much more real than the sterile,
perfect versions put out by record companies. The feedback from the live audience
pushes the band farther into the music than they can reach in the studio.
A shot of Herradura Anejo for the Pearl Jam boys.
Jon Benet Ramsey - still in the news.
Her guilty mother is on the front page of USA Today saying,
"If you think I did it, let's have a trial and get it over with."
Remember Polly Klass?
When she was kidnapped, authorities rightfully considered her father
as a suspect, so what did he do?
"I'll take a polygraph. I'll do anything.
I'll stand on a table naked if it would help you to
eliminate me as a suspect so you can go after the real killer."
But, what did Patsy Ramsey say?
"I'm sorry, my team of expert lawyers say it would be best
if I didn't talk to the Boulder Police Department of the FBI."
Patsy, it's time for you to confess what you know.
What's Good for the Goose...
Guest editorial by Cliff Downing
Susan Smith Sexes Jail Guard
COLUMBIA, S.C. (AP) - Susan Smith, serving a life sentence for
her two young sons into the child-restraints in the back seat and rolling the car
into a lake, apparently has had sex with a guard four times while in prison,
corrections officials said Wednesday.
The guard, 50, was suspended and could be fired, a prison spokesman said.
Smith allegedly had sex with the guard at the Women's Prison in
May and June.
There was no evidence the guard forced her to have sex, officials said.
Smith's 3-year-old and 14-month-old sons drowned in 1994 after
she let her car roll
into a lake. She claimed at first that the boys had been taken by a black man in a
carjacking and pleaded on national television for their return.
Since Carolina is still a hotbed of racism, the "black hijacker"
story played well
with the locals, but police knew she was lying from the very beginning.
She told the cops this happened while she was stopped at the light, all alone,
but the light stays green unless someone else is trying to cross.
The brainless whore started referring to her kids in the past tense, revealing
that she knew they were deads, not missing or kidnapped.
Nine days later, when no sign of the boys turned up, she confessed,
gave authorities the name of the lake, and their bodies were found.
This is so creepy
I realize this might make me sound like the vulgar Pigboy, but
when the cops were
looking for those two little boys, I knew she did it. If you remember this case,
it went on and on, for days and days. The entire country was looking for that car.
There were helicopters all over Carolina looking for that black Mazda Protege.
I knew that car was underwater, because getting caught with it could mean the death
penalty for whatever schmuck was stupid enough to have it in their warehouse or garage.
So now, Susan Smith is having sex?
...and what if she's pregnant?
From: Better make this anonymous
>But the fact is, the courts have a lot
more to say about First Amendment
>issues than the executive branch, and I have more confidence that Gore
>will appoint moderates to the court, than Bush.
So that's what it comes down to? We're voting
for the hope of a decent
Supreme Court but we're calling it a presidential election? I think Gore will
PROBABLY appoint moderate Supreme Court justices (although I question his
ability to choose decent people and one need only look at the 2 pieces of
crap he picked as a wife and a running mate to get a chill and some tough
questions) but I'm not sure his appointments will really be any good.
I know Bush's will be awful, probably worse,
I guess. I can't remember ever
having a choice between a really bad Democratic ticket and an even worse
Republican ticket. Fucking Lieberman shouldn't be in political office;
he should be in an insane asylum or in a snake-handlers' association.
I just can't believe I'm going to pull the lever for this shitty ticket.
Get Ready for a Wild Ride
Al looks really worried about his race.
As Labor Day approaches, Smirk is in an unaccustomed, uncomfortable
the fight of his life. A week after Al Goreís ďIím My Own ManĒ roll out in Hollywood,
the vice president still holds onto a 46-42 lead in the new NEWSWEEK Poll,
a margin only two points below his post-L.A. high. For now at least,
Gore has managed to emerge from the shadow of Bill Clinton.
Subject: PBS's The Fall of Newt Gingrich
Thanks for the alert on the PBS program
about Newt Gingrich. However, it was
little more than a Repug political ad. Newt was shown at his very best and Clinton
at his very worst. Time and time again, the program allowed Gingrich to claim credit
for balancing the budget, reforming welfare, etc., with no effective rebuttal.
Time was when PBS was, if not liberal, at
least unbiased. The network featured
mature reporters like Haynes Johnson, Paul Duke, and others. Then the Republican
Congress began complaining about the liberal media and threatening to cut the funding
for PBS. Now the network features shallow, cynical talking heads. Think Mara Liason.
Remember this program when your local PBS station starts begging for your donation.
Lucky, that's true, but it was damn fun to watch.
I was having such a giggling fit, Mrs. BartCop asked if I was drinking.
Newt kept saying, "We going to pick up 10-40 seats!"
He repeatedly said the GOP can't figure out what's going on.
The truth is people didn't want their popular president impeached,
but instead of facing that fact, Newt kept inventing reasons why the
public "couldn't grasp" the validity of their precious work
PBS could've made it a little cleaer than Newt was ordering Hyde
all these unpopular positions. Every time they asked Newt about impeachment,
he said, "I dunno, go ask Henry." But everybody knew that was a sham.
The best part of the whole show was that Newt asked the camera
follow him around and record his "great victory." What they got, however,
was riviting, behind-the-scenes footage of the GOP hitting the iceberg.
Do you remember the name Charles Stewart? (I think that's right.)
Charles Stewart was a scumbag mother-effer who planned to murder his wife.
This was in Boston, maybe around 1994. This scumbag drives his pregnant (?) wife
somewhere and shoots her in the car, then shoots himself to make it look like a
botched robbery, then hands his gun to his brother who's standing outside the car.
What he didn't know was William
Shatner and his "Dial 911" whatever-show was
filming in Boston and was on-call with the paramedics.
This scumbag is right in the
middle of his wife's murder, and Captain Kirk shows up
full camera crew and films every detail of this robbery-murder gone to shit. When his
story fell apart, the brother confessed and Chuckie jumped into Boston Harbor.
That's one of the best tapes
in the BartCop Collection.
Last night's show reminded me of that tape.
Laura = Total Idiot
First few minutes of today's broadcast (1-day delay) the idiot
about Siamese twins, and the doctors' decision to split them, killing one,
because the second one had no lungs. The doctors were being criticized
by someone more stupid than Laura, for their "cavalier disregard" for life
so Laura asked on the air, "What other choice did the doctors have.?"
"I'm all for saving one, if that's possible.
If two little girls were playing with a rope on the beach..."
(Republicans always screw up these goofy parables.
Because their positions are such horseshit, when you start drawing
analogies they always end up getting bitten in the ass)
"so if two little girls are playing with a rope on the beach,
and they become
entangled in the rope and a shark grabs one girl, sure, it'd be nice to save both
but I have no doubt I'd cut the rope to save one girl if I had the chance."
What if a 20-year old pregnant girl is in a car wreck and (insert
medical reason here)
the doctor says they must reduce the pressure on the mother-to-be's heart
by performing what the screaming-meemies call a "partial-birth abortion,"
then that spread-legged idiot wants BOTH people to die.
Laura, Steve Largent and the vulgar Pigboy would all burst through
the operating room
doors and demand that the doctor be arrested on a murder complaint for saving the woman's life,
which proves that saving a little girl from being eaten by a shark is noble and good,
but a doctor performing life-saving surgery is an unspeakable crime.
Shark attack = good
Emergency surgery = bad
Logical people know why the religio-wackos must be kept away
When religious faith replaces logic, people make idiotic decisions.
They don't have the slightest clue what they're talking about, which is pretty clear
in the swear-to-Koresh true story you've just read, yet they still want to drive the bus
when they know they don't have a goddamn clue of how to make life-and-death decisions.
Laura, you're one of the least-intelligent prostitutes I've ever heard of.
Texas judge drops bombshell
Ruling stirs up political pot
AUSTIN -- In Houston, it took more than a year for a disabled
youth to replace the wheelchair he had outgrown. In Dallas, the
shortage of dentists serving the poor is so severe that only patients
with rotten teeth get prompt attention. In the Panhandle, migrant
workers often go unaware of their eligibility for free health care.
...so the judge dropped a bomb on young Governor Smirk.
Subject: Dubya's Drunken Wedding Video
At first I didn't think he was drunk, but
after reading what you said about
his repeated phrases and etc., I went back and watched the video again, and I
agree: He is probably a little drunk.
But here's the thing. It distresses me that
the debate has to be on this level.
I'm not mad at US, I'm mad at THEM. You know who I mean. The GOP and
the press and everybody else who refuses to discuss the real problem with W.
George W. Bush is a chronic underachiever
who is simply unqualified to be the
President of the United States.
What they should do is just admit he's still drinking,
and tell us he's OK when he wakes up the next day.
Otherwise, they're stuck with Buffoon-boy 24/7.
Love (?) is in the air
GOP pro-impeachment horndogs marry their homewreckers as
Larry Flynt says he's going to expose part of Dubya's own secret love life
By Tamara Baker
SAINT PAUL, Minnesota, Aug. 22 -- Ah, wedding bells
are in the air this week for the Republican adulterous defenders of morality.
Newt Gingrich, having shed himself of the woman for whom
he divorced his first wife while said Wife #1 was in a hospital
bed recovering from cancer surgery, has just wed Wife #3,
Callista Bisek, the woman for whom he left Wife #2, Marianne.
The happy couple is registered at Williams-Sonoma,
if you care to send them a gift.
Meanwhile, Tim Hutchinson, GOP Senator from Arkansas --
who, by the way, is also a Baptist minister -- is making it
legal with his own former staffer, Randi Fredholm. The news
of their longtime affair hit last year, just a few weeks before
news of the Reverend Tim's divorce hit the papers. Now,
don't Baptist ministers like the reverend normally oppose
divorce, much less adultery? And conservative Christians like
him are usually the first to tsk-tsk over America's divorce rates.
Here's what Max Brantley of the Arkansas Times has to say
about the Reverend Tim's marrying the woman for whom he left his wife:
Sen. Tim Hutchinson.
Divorced a year -- as if that sanitizes things -- he plans to marry a former staff member.
Did his D.C. roommate, Bro. Asa, know about Bro.Tim's squeeze when he was
piously prosecuting the president? Did Bro. Tim dishonor his public office with
an intimate relationship with a young subordinate?
No matter the answers. Hutchinson can stay
in office and let voters decide his
suitability to serve. I'd just reverently suggest this to the former Baptist reverend:
The next time you get the urge to pontificate about family values? Put a sock in it.
Meanwhile, in that same issue of the Arkansas Times, we
find John Brummett, late of the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
(until the game-playing being done by the arch-conservative
Friends of Kenny running the paper got to be too much for
him), taking about Senator Hutchinson's political future.
Mr. Brummett thinks that the Reverend Tim, aware that his
hypocrisy, both as a politician and a man of the cloth, might
have tanked his chances for reelection, may decide,
Giuliani-like, to suddenly quit the race in favor of letting his
brother, House Manager Asa Hutchinson, get a shot at being
promoted to the Senate. The Arkansas Republicans are
denying these rumors, and the Reverend Tim is still out there
raising money for his candidacy, but I seem to recall that
Rudy the G. was fundraising right up to the second he
announced his withdrawal from the New York Senate race,
so that's neither here nor there.
Such shocking behavior! No wonder George W. Bush, who so desperately
wants to "restore honor and dignity to the White House", has been distancing
himself from his House and Senate brethren.
After all, he says he's always been faithful to his wife Laura.
Except that, if what Larry Flynt was hinting at during an appearance
LA radio station KROQ http://www.kroq.com/home.html is true,
then Dubya may have more in common with Newt and the Reverend Tim
than he's willing to admit.
Larry said he has to get clearance from his lawyers and with the
source of his
latest world-shaker before he can come fully clean on it, but he strongly hinted
that Dubya not only has at least one adulterous affair in his past, but that the affair
resulted in an unwanted pregnancy - which was aborted.
Will the Angel of Political Death do to George W. Bush what
he did to Gingrich and Livingston?
Subject: rush and friends
I've been listening to el pigbo's replacements
this week and have
come to the following conclusion. Rush and all of his replacement
aholes sound like High Pitch Eric on the Stern show.
So the reason they are pissed off all the
time must be that
their testicles never decended.
Just a thought
But that gives me an opportunity, while I'm thinking about it,
to plant this idea in your head:
Notice how boring Tony Snow and Wayne Williams are?
They may be conservatives, but they don't have that, ...Nazi hate!
If one of them inherited the Mighty EIB chair, it would die in a year.
But Sean Hannity - this man has the talent.
He ...could ...go ...all ...the ...way!
He's Rush - The Next Generation.
Just like with Rush,
you can search entire towns and not find a prick as big as Hannity.
The job of the host is to make the other side go crazy with rage, and to stretch
a morsel of a minor Democratic misdemeanor into a mountain of outrage,
while ignoring the Texas-sized felonies on the Republican side of the aisle.
Kinda like with Papax7 and sex crimes.
But Hannity is waiting in the wings to take over the urine-colored
after Rush has an on-air stroke and dies going into a Damp-Rid commercial.
Hannity starts sub-duty for Rush either Thursday or Friday.
Listen how much deeper his cheap-shots cut than the other two.
Check out that Limba-patented smirk of superiority when me mentions
his disgust with poor, the sick and the old. Check out how pleased he is with himself
when he ambushes some caller and then bullies him with the caller's volume turned down.
Check out the joy in his voice when he twists the knife of "unfairity." (Homage to Smirk)
Yeah, check out the EIB blowtorch the next two days.
It's the future of fascist America, on preview now.
Paul Begala Shoots the Bull
I Am Not Making This Up:
The Everett (Washington) Daily Herald reports
that radio fatboy Rush "Lardbutt" Limbaugh
waddled out to Washington State to join fellow glutton Bill Bennett in endorsing former
radio talk show host John Carlson for governor.
(Ediotr's Note: These are Paul's words - I haven't touched them)
According to the Daily Herald, organizers said
about 40,000 GOPers attended
and 45,000 meals were served.
Hmmm...40,000 attendees, but 45,000 meals?
Looks like somebody was going back for seconds, doesn't it boys?
Papax7's Warning to His Flock
Last issue I urged you to visit my token
lunylib cyberbuddy bartcop and check out
his latest ramblings. I got caught up on my reading and I was forced to give him
another dairy aire kicking.
(There's a thing called the Eighth Commandment, Papa...)
I donít know yet whether he will get around
to actually reading my replies,
but maybe you could also help me keep him honest, or at least as honest
as any lunylib demo can be.
My policy of not linking to non family friendly
sites forbids me from putting up
a direct link to his site, but his name is bartcop and he has his own www. .com.
Your readers are too fragile to read bartcop.com?
Papa, you're acting like a prophylactic between the truth and your readers.
Tell me, do they hold jobs in the real world?
Do they go to Bruce Willis or Arnold Blackplowman movies?
If they do, they've heard a lot of "fucks."
...but they need to be protected from bartcop.com?
Papa, you have the same faith in your readers that the leaders
of North Korea,
Iran and Afghanistan have in their citizens. You're afraid of the truth.
I wouldn't warn my readers about visiting your site,
assuming they'd like to read page after page of RNC-faxed propaganda.
In the next Papax7 e-mail, he says, "This will be my last rebuttal
for a while."
He attached a file called "bartfart.doc"
Classy move, Papa.
Is that what Jesus would've called it?
Let me guess - you're forgiven, not perfect, isn't that the line?
Besides telling people that you were insane,
have I ever stooped to trading personal attacks with you?
You can't think you'd have an edge in that fight....
Here's Papax7's classy rebuttal.
Papax7 Defends Forced Prayer
> BartCop said:
> Why don't you whip your Bible out when you're alone?
> Oh, that's right.
> You want to be seen praying.
> The prayers mean nothing in and of themselves, it's being
seen praying that
> gives them that special thrill. That's why they want to pray in schools and
> football games and every other damn place - so other people can watch them.
When those of us who believe that we should be able to pray before a football game,
or meet before or after school to pray, don't want to "pray so as to be seen."
I don't know how many of these I have to write before you acknowledge me.
But I will keep it up when I get the chance.
Papa, that's not much of an answer.
I accused you of wanting to be seen praying, and your reply was a boat-load
of Bible quotes and one sentence that basically says, "Do not."
So, I'm supposed to answer that with, "Do, too?"
The next time you comment on something I've said,
do me a favor and comment on something I've said.
Why do you hide behind the words of others?
Is that why you're such a big Rush fan?
Because you don't have to think, you merely have to quote?
(I'm going diving for more Papax7 Mail)
Subject: Bush wedding tape
I may agree with you on a lot of things,
but not on the Bush wedding tape,
which I just reviewed. He seems alert and in full control of what he is saying,
which in this context is a humorous "toast" of some of his friends in a parody of
a political interview. On the contrary, the tape makes him look quite good,
since he is engaging, witty and charming in a juvenile, frat-boy kind of way.
The contrast to his usual inabilty to say anything coherent about foreign policy
or his tax proposal should be quite informative: he is a "great guy" and an
accomplished back-slapper, but for my money not able to handle the
intricacies and difficult decisions required of a president.
To date the video you would just have to
find out when these people were
married, by the way, but I wouldn't bother. There is no "smoking gun"
there in my opinion and making this tape seem to be more than it is will
only help Bush out.
It's not important that we agree on this point, but let me say
For three years in K-Drag, my name was on the liquor license at my bars..
In Oklahoma, it's illegal to be drunk in a bar. (Go figure)
That meant if the police came in and disagreed with my opinion of
who was too drunk - I, your ediotr, went to jail.
That doesn't mean I can't be wrong, but it means for over 1,000
nights I had
to observe people and see if they were drunk enough to attact the suspicions
of a cop. Being able to tell who was drunk was a skill I had to learn to avoid jail,
so I got very good very fast. By now, we've all seen Smirk in interviews and giving
speeches to where we recognize his speech patterns. On that tape, he's not thinking,
he's reacting to things being said by people around him.
Remember, it's more fun getting drunk than being
I'm saying Smirk is in that "sweet spot" where he can feel the alcohol
elevating his mood, but he's not yet drunk. There's no need for me to repeat
the reasons why I think so, but why do you think this tape is causing
so much commotion? It's because he seems drunk to a lot of people.
By the way, the tape was made in 1992, according to never-lies Fox News.
If you get a chance, read the story on 3D in today's USA Today
how maddening it is to deal with Mindspring and any of the Bell telephones.
The guy lists 19 stages he's gone thru trying to get Mindspring
and Bell to pull
their heads out of their ass and install his DSL, and he still has no DSL.
Swear to Koresh, this has happened to every person I've talked
I had a lot of trouble, too, but I bark louder than some and it was worth their
while to take care of the troublesome asshole than the quiet, polite guy.
When the idiot from SW Bell showed up, you could tell he'd never
a computer before. He told me he was a Glen Campbell-type lineman, and they
put him on computer modem installation when their orders got backed up.
He asked me what I knew about the inside of my computer.
I told him all I knew was that the computer was a magic box that delivered
girlie pictures you can't buy at Barnes & Noble.
He fiddled with it for a while, then re-assembled it and got nothing.
No picture - nothing - but we did hear three beeps each time he tried.
I called the smartest tech in the world, the dude from slightshadows.com
(He's the guy at the stripper's convention right now in Vegas)
and he told me three beeps means the video card was knocked loose.
So Cousin Eb takes my computer back apart and reconnects my video
While he was working on it, something else came up and he asked me to call
my friend back and get more information and I thought, "This idiot works for
a multi-billion-dollar international comglomerate and he doesn't have a goddamn
clue what he's doing inside my computer." That's exactly what I thought.
The dude who wrote the article has two names for DSL, "Doesn't
and "Digital Slow Lane," and I see his point. But, as always, men and their
unreasonable, insatiable desire for sex is driving this techno-revolution.
The reason they have every pole climber in North America installing DSL
is because men want their girlie pictures and they want them now.
When you finally get your DSL, lots of things happen.
Suddenly, no file is too big for you.
I downloaded the newest Netscape (18 Meg) in about three minutes, maybe 3.5.
That's faster than Monica on a first date.
Once you have DSL, you need a hard-drive the sixe of the hole
in Smirk's head
or a CD Writer. I chose the latter. Once you have a CD Writer, you can download
an eternity of music, pictures, movies, text - anything.
The last 30 days or so I've been loading up on Richard Pryor,
Lenny Bruce, Sam Kinison, endless hours of all of them to take on our lil'
vacation that starts this weekend. (Yes, the treehouse will be dark!)
I put all these MP3's on CD, and I'm going to take my credit card to Circuit City
and buy an MP3 CD Player for about $200. If it fails to perform up to my
high expectations, I will return it after the vacation.
But another thing you can do with DSL is cruise the newsgroups
They have all kinds of movies.
I'll bet you didn't know I was the Video King of the Internet back in 1995.
As my previous testimony will corrobberate, I have a world-class
video collection. In 1995, I bought a "Video Blaster" from those incompetent fools
at Creative Labs in Stillwater Oklahoma, the guys who made the original "Sound Blasters."
I was putting rare concert shorts on alt.binaries.pictures.multimedia whatever.
The reaction was enormous.
I got e-mail from all over the world asking me how to de-code the movie shorts.
They could hear this rare concert footage, but couldn't see them because this was
cutting-edge stuff at the time and nobody knew what driver they needed to see the concerts.
Remember, I was the only one on the Internet at the time doing
Sure, other people were putting absolute shit on the Internet, stuff like a 7-Up
commercial and idiotic crap that nobody would ever want to download unless it was for
the thrill of actually getting video over the Internet. It was brand-new and unheard of
at the time, so some people were downloading crap just to witness the revolution.
So, instead of putting up crap, I started putting up these concert
samples and the people
were responding to it like crazy. So I called Creative Labs in Stillwater, OK and told them
I was flooded with inquiries about how to view the audio/video their product produced
and the sons-of-bitches wouldn't even talk to me.
I told them if they would just give me 30 seconds of their time,
I could get this video
revolution going on the Internet and they might sell a whole lot more product,
Why in the world would Creative Labs want to expand their sales?
I was a pain-in-the-ass, taking up valuable bandwidth with my
e-mails asking them
to help me help the rest of the world see what I was doing with their product.
So, like a lot of things that happen to me, when I got sick of
saying "I can't see your video" I stopped uploading.
Now, ...I only half-seriously claim to be the big leader in the
Internet video revolution,
but in 1995, I was the only person putting non-porn live video on the multimedia newsgroups.
How do I know?
There was nobody else on alt.binaries.pictures.multimedia putting
that anybody would want to download besides Ol' BartCop.
Have you ever heard of Creative Labs?
They were hueueueueuege 5 years ago, when speakers were something most people
didn't have on their computer. If you've never heard of Creative Labs, there's a chance
they could've been a major player in today's mega-trillion dollar Internet gold mine,
but they didn't want to answer e-mail or phone calls from a Founding Father.
Of course, their being in Oklahoma explains a lot...
Why do I bring all this up?
They pissed me off - delaying that revolution, and I hope they see their name here and kick
themselves in the ass real hard. If they had spent 30-seconds telling me how to instruct others
to get this missing driver, others would've bought Video Blasters and there would've
been competition on the Internet to see who had the best concerts and this DSL-fueled
video revolution could've been in it's sixth year, instead of just beginning.
A shot of Jose Cuervo Gold for Creative Labs of Stillwater, Oklahoma.
Subject: No way
ok, I saw it with sound.
No way, dude. he's not drunk; he's just GWB.
don't embarrass yourself or your nice web show.
I like the show.
Keep it going.
And stop those weird fisting references.
Koresh ! (I really like that...never seen
Permit me to copy that.
I'll be sending you some cartoons Socio-politico cartoons in Spanish.
maybe you can expand your audience.
So, it's your opinion he's not drunk?
All the signs are there, but if you saw it with sound, ...well, ...then OK!
Thanks for the advice on how to not embarrass myself.
Are you related to that dude at dailybrew?
Great Smirk Quotes
"Mr. Bush feels the upcoming debates
should be more of a discussion
and less trying to be a gotcha format," a Bush campaign official said.
I guess so!
Koresh forbid, Smirk gets put on-the-spot and has to make a decision
without Daddy's old White House team there to recommend the best options.
Subject: Re: War
> From: Aspeac@aol.com
> Subject: war is in need
> What the U.S. needs is a good war to weed
out liberal candy asses
> like the people who put this site togather. If you really give a damn
> about this nation you would crawl back under your rock
> with the rest of your pointy head butt wipes
Yea! Lets have a war so those Pointy
Headed Draft Dodgers who
avoided military service in the 60's can find out what they missed!
They include: Bush, Jr., Cheney, Newt,
Bob Barr, Pete "My Grand Father tried
to start a military coup in the US in the 1930's" DuPont, Rush Lardbutt, and
all the rest of these GOP zieg heil Natzi's who conveniently avoided or forgot
to serve their Country but still spent the nation into near bankruptcy buying
worthless weapons like the B-1 (over 55% non-availiblity, 1/2 its life
grounded for safety defects!)!
Maybe if they were stuck ass-deep in
the cold mud with old worn out equpment
because the Star Wars defense system is eating up all the money for Military
Modernization they would have a better attitude!
CPT, USAR, Ret.
Texas Officials Cite Global
More Trouble for Smirk
Texas' three natural resource commissioners,
all Smirk appointees,
said that global warming was a serious problem and that the state
would explore ways to cut emissions of heat-trapping greenhouse gases.
The Democratic Party apologized to the city
of Los Angeles today
for the Demo-Con 2000 convention running so far behind.
They said they only had 6 more speakers
to go and they would
certainly have the Staples Center back to the city by the weekend.
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Great Demo Quotes
"George W. Bush's ideal debate would take place
on a local cable access
channel in Austin during the Olympic finals of the women's gymnastic contest."
--Gore spokesman, Chris Lehane
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