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 Super Bowl Weekend    January 25-26, 2003                                     


“John Kerry accused Bush of "blustering unilateralism," whatever that is.
  Kerry is lying. Bush has the support of the majority of the United Nations
  Security Council members."
   -- Rush, the prince of Propaganda

 Gee Rush, really?
 Let's run down the list:
 China, Russia, France and Germany have all told President Warhardon to take a cold shower.
 (Like with impeachment, these crazy Republicans get singularly focused on some nutty goal
 and they can't think about anything else until they have their orgasm and come back to Earth.)
 Rush says Bush has this big "majority" behind his bloody oil war, but besides Tony Blair,
 who took his pay in silver coins, what other countries have decided to stand with Bush?

 The impressive list includes:
 Boy, Rush is right again!
 All the big, important nations are siding with us - NOT!

 But just like impeachment, when 70 percent of the voters told the pack-of-jackals GOP
 to do the nations business instead of grabbing around inside Clinton's zipper, the Bush boy
 refuses to listen to the voters and America's allies.   He wants that oil 

 Iraq to Get Good Grade by inspectors

  Click  Here

 The head of the U.N. nuclear agency will tell the Security Council that Saddam
 has done a "quite satisfactory" job of cooperating with inspectors in some areas
 but that they need more time to complete their search.

 ha ha

 Chalkup another bungle by Team Smirk
 The BartCop Hex is causing the young Bush boy a lot of misery.
 How many things can Bush screw up in just one week?
 He can't even get the Pentagon on his side, for Christ's sake.
 Boy, I miss our last legally-elected president, the smart one.  This is the kind of crisis
 Clinton could handle with ease, while fighting off a ditto-monkey congress impeaching
 him and enjoying a litle oral sex on the side. Clinton is the original multi-tasker.

 They used to whine, "But Clinton got oral sex while he was on the phone with
 some ambassador with a problem" - something like that, and I thought "Damn, he's good."
 They can scream until their lungs bleed out, but everyone knows the whole world had it better
 when Bill Clinton was at the helm. When some idiot Republican gives tax cuts to the super-rich,
 it throws the economy into a tailspin, so we lose money and import less and other countries
 feel the ripples of that supply-side cinder block Bush threw into the pond.

 Life under Clinton was so good (I'll try to get it right this time) all we had to worry about was
 parsing Clinton's words when he said "Leave my cock alone!" and how to spend his surplus.

 Backdrop Hides `Made in China' Labels
 ST. LOUIS - Someone went to great lengths to ensure the backdrop for Bush's sales pitch
 Wednesday on his economic stimulus plan sent all the right messages — and none of the wrong.
 Bush delivered his remarks from a warehouse floor that provided a visual image for his argument
 that his proposal carries economy-boosting benefits for small businesses. The audience was flanked
 on all sides by piles of cardboard boxes — with additional piles in front of and behind his podium.
 Each one of the hundreds of boxes had a piece of paper obscuring its "Made in China" label.

 A backdrop made-to-order for Bush filled the space directly behind him, which is most likely to
 show up on TV news clips of the event. Blaring a logo of "Strengthening America's Economy,"
 it exactly mimicked the real-life box piles, down to perfectly aligned shelves.

 Except the boxes on the backdrop were labeled, "Made in the USA."

 White House spokeswoman Claire Buchan laughingly attributed the clearly gargantuan
 paper-affixing effort to an "overzealous volunteer" on the president's advance team.

 The B.F.E.E. is a multi-trillion dollar crime empire, led by a clueless monkey's handlers.
 They would NEVER allow some unnamed, "overzealous volunteer" to shape his image.
 This reminds me of the vulgar Pigboy blaiming that "Chelsea is the White House dog"
 personal attack against an innocent 13-tear old girl, and then blaming everything on some
 "unnamed staffer" that worked for his TV show, but that was clearly a lie, like this is.

 But why in the world did the press decide to print the truth about the crooked fraud?

 What caused them to stop helping with the smokescreen?

 Why would the good puppy American press print something true about Bush? 


"You can't ask young men and women to go to war to give up their lives
  and then tell every millionaire in this country they get an $89,000 tax break."
    -- attributed to Tom Daschle - it didn't say who he was quoting

 Hurry to  and see what
 they did to the NY Whore Times for telling
 outright lies in their review of the Susan McDougal book,

 Click  Here

 They have a link to send the NYWTimes your opinion of their hate-filled lies.

 Always the diplomat, I sent this letter to the NYWT

 Dear Sirs,
 I expected a harsh view of the McDougal book from your paper,
 but I thought you'd at least get most of the facts straight.

 The "Old Grey Lady" has become an aging whore that can't be trusted to tell the truth
 Are you trying to prove something to Rush Limbaugh?

 Shame on you, for taking that extra nickle to distort the facts.

 But then again, you're the same sellouts who said bin Laden
 didn't affect the news much in 2001.

 Shame on you, a once-great newspaper,
 for becoming the crack whores of journalism


 No Stallin' the Peace Movement
     by Barry Crimmins

  Click  Here

 The US military budget for the coming year is $396 billion. The projected deficit is
 $350 billion. Reactionaries always accuse progressives of throwing money at problems.
 But at the first sign of international difficulty the right's immediate inclination is to fire
 billions out of heavy artillery -- at problems and any other poor creature unfortunate
 enough to be near the alleged trouble.


"I am not for anybody in the race for the Democratic presidential nomination but
 the moment that it looks like somebody is going to win this thing, then I am for
 everyone else getting out. I will be so viciously for that person you will not believe it.
 I will go out and campaign day and night to clear the field. Because we really need
 to get someone out there fast who speaks for the party."
       --James Carville

  BTW, keep track of the
 Best and worst Super Bowl commercials
  Rumor has it the Ozzy Diet Pepsi ad win win the day.

 Who was good?  Who blew?
  Send in your thoughts.


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"I'm saying that you were sloppy.
  I am saying that people like Rush Limbaugh are sloppy.
  I am saying that people like the Fox network are sloppy.
 And I'm saying that the mainstream media has standards,
  ...and you don't."
     --Al Franken, to Bernie Goldberg (R-Liar) on  MSNBC's Donahue


 Funny, I noticed something while stuck in traffic today.
 I saw an 89 Cutlass with a cracked windshield and different colored quarter panel
 and hood, and they had a "Just Say No To Hate" sticker on their back bumper.

 And I got to thinking,, really.
 I don't think I've ever seen a bumper sticker like that on the back of a BMW, or Lexus.
 You don't see them on a Jagua or a Porche, because they're driven by Republicans.

 Why can't Republicans have a "Just Say No To Hate" sticker on their car?
 Is it because Rush says that's just bullshit about accepting niggers & queers as equals?
 Is that why the bigots of the GOP won't put that sticker on their fancy cars?

 Damn, there was some great stuff in last night's MIRC chat, I copied them and put them
 on today's page, but then my new Windows 98 set-up froze and now it's in the damn shop.

 Does anybody make a computer/operating system that f-ing works?

 I gotta tell ya, I'm a busy guy. 
 When I'm doing this page I have thre mailboxes open at a time, two Netscapes and two IEs,
 maybe the chat room and, of course, I have my picture-reduction software ready to go...

 You can always tell who is and who's not dowloading girlie pictures. Sometimes I get cartoons
 or protest pictures that are sometimes 2 meg in size. To give you some perspective, the biggest
 picture on the page is about 40K, or five hundred times bigger than what I can publish, which
 means you don't have all the picture-reduction software so you just might get to Heaven after all. I need a powerful machine that can keep the hell up, you know?.

 I imagine you're not going to believe this, but I was faster than my computer. I'm pounding out a rant
 at the speed of sound and I look up and the damn word processor is running behind six words, and I
 can take my hands off the keyboards and watch it type like it was magic.

 Hell, I had a Pentium 550, and it was sooooo sloooowww. So, I upgraded to a Pentium something,
(Who can keep up? It's the one with two fans, or something) and IT wasn't fast enough.  Swear to
 Koresh, it's possible that I spend an accumulated hour staring at that damn hourglass everyday.
 We might get two extra bonus issues a week if I could recover that lost hour every day.  I'd hate to
 think that secretary typing The Gettysburg Address on Dick Van Dyke would've done had she
 been stuck with this kind of slow-ass, arcane equipment. Seriously, I think IBM's Selectric was faster.

 Back to the point:
 I lost those chat room URLs about the CFR.
 It sounded good, I'd like to read that - so re-send, OK?

Marty's Saturday E! page
The Grammy Hall Of Fame
Super Bowl opens the Bob Hope Centennial
Mujibur & Sirajul closing shop
Pearl Jam on tour
Cedric the Entertainer
Suzanne Somers's Star O'Fame
Jolie's obsolete tattooes*
BBC lays off 61
a shit was beating his dog with a gun,
when the gun went off & killed the shit
Woo Hoo! Death to dog-beaters!



"Our people remain vulnerable, nearly as vulnerable as we were before ...September 11.
 Our vigilance has faded at the top, in the corridors of power in Washington, D.C., where
 the strategy and resources to protect our nation are supposed to originate, where leaders
 are supposed to lead. We have relied on a myth of homeland security — a myth written
 in rhetoric, inadequate resources and a new bureaucracy, instead of relying on good,
 old-fashioned American ingenuity, might and muscle. The truth is, we are not prepared,
 we are not supporting our first responders, and our approach to securing our nation is
 haphazard at best. Somewhere along the line, we lost our edge. We let our guard down."
    -- Sen. Clinton (44) at a homeland security conference in Manhattan, 01/24/03

 You heard it hear first.
 The Clinton  42/44 connection is about to be hueueueuege.


 Here's a pic of the San Diego anti-war protest.
 The arrow points to me

 My shirt has a picture of Bush on it and it says "not my presedent."
 I got lots of praise at that rally. :)



"...hasn't it occurred to anyone in Washington that sending Dick Cheney out to champion
 an invasion of Iraq on the grounds that Saddam Hussein is a "murderous dictator" is
 somewhere between bad taste and flaming hypocrisy? When Dick Cheney was CEO of the
 oilfield supply firm Halliburton, the company did $23.8 million in business with Saddam,
 the evildoer "prepared to share his weapons of mass destruction with terrorists.
 So if Saddam is "the world's worst leader," how come Cheney sold him the equipment to get
 his dilapidated oil fields up and running so he could afford to build weapons of mass destruction?"
      --Molly Ivins

 Behind Blue Eyes
 The witch hunt of Peter Townshend
  by Alan Bisbort

  Click  Here

 Pete Townshend is and always has been a deeply conflicted man. Now his fans are deeply
 conflicted about his arrest, just as we were about the institutionalizing of pedophilia by the largest
 Christian denomination on the planet. And yet, we must find a way, as a sane and civilized society,
 to get our minds around pedophilia and sex abuse of children without becoming hysterical.

 It is cold where you are?

 It was 22 Saturday night in New Haven.
 It was 17 Saturday night in New York.
 It was   3 Saturday night in St Louis.
 It was   2 Saturday nigh in Beaver Dam, KY.

 A "What did Bush know?" sweatshirt would keep you warm.

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"It is unconscionable for George W. Bush to pull the ladder up behind him
  when there are deserving black and Hispanic kids who he will not give a hand to."
     --Paul Begala, Crossfire, 01/24/03

 Susan McDougal

 o  Larry King Live Jan. 29

 Barnes & Noble Los Angeles (Grove), 2/6/03
 Borders San Francisco (Union Square), 2/8/03
 Barnes & Noble Emeryville, 2/10/03
 Borders Seattle (12:30 p.m.), 2/12/03
 Elliott Bay Seattle (5:30 p.m.), 2/12/03

 From:  J Ogden

 Subject:  Spooky encounter


 I had to tell you about something that happened to a friend of a guy I work
 with's best man. His name is Tom. Last Thursday, Tom was driving his dog
 to the vet and he saw a guy walking in the snow and he offered him a ride.
 He didn't think the guy was really a bum, but he sure needed a haircut and some
 newer clothes. Matter of fact, he said the hitchhiker looked a little like Jesus.

 So they drove for a while, made small talk, then the guy got real quiet.
 Tom asked him if everything was OK, but the guy just stared ahead.

 Tom asked him again if everything was Ok, and the guy turned and stared
 at him for a minute and then, with a weird look on his face the hitchhiker said
"...BartCop Radio is coming."

 Well, Tom is a ditto-monkey who's never been to your page, so he kinda freaked.
 But he kept driving because the snow was coming down harder and he didn't want
 to put this guy out in the middle of a blizzard.

 Everything was cool for about an hour and then, withour warning the guy looked
 at him again and said, "...BartCop Radio is coming - soon."
 Well, Tom really started flipping now, so he decided to let this nut out of the car.
 He checked the rearview mirror to see if he could pull over to let the guy out and
 when he turned to tell him - he was gone!

 This really happened, what do you think?

 J Ogden

 J, I think that hitchhiker is right.

                            Coming soon...

 No, no, no, no, no!
 No BartCop Radio!
 Kill him!
 Kill him right now!
 Kill them all!
 No opposition voices!
 My whims are the law!
 I rule this country and don't forget it!
 The Bill of Rights says what I say it says!

 I always get what I want!
 I wanna kill!
 That oil is mine!


"George W. Bush ran for president saying he would usher in an era
  of personality responsibility. Today, Wall Street's at a three-month low,
  oil prices a two-year high. Think he'll take responsibility for that?"
    --Paul Begala, Crossfire, 01/24/03

 Human shields are driving towards Baghdad

 Really bad idea.

 Bush is coming.
 He's coming with all the bombs the US military can deliver.
 That's a bunch, trust me.
 If he backs down now, he won't be re-elected and that'll cost the B.F.E.E. trillion$.

 I haven't read why they're doing this, I suppose it's along the idea that "life is precious,"
 but if they really believe that, why are they throwing theirs away for no damn reason?

 It's one thing to chain yourself to some doors, or live in a tree for a year.
 But going to baghdad is like laying down on the railroad tracks.

 Really bad idea.

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