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"The American people, not 5 percent of them
know Bush gave me a tax cut and then
kicked children out of after-school programs. They are not putting those things together.
All we have to do is make it clear what our differences are."
-- Big Dog, trying to get the Democrats to DO something besides whimper Attribution
The true scale of American casualties in Iraq is revealed today by new figures obtained by The Observer,
which show that more than 6,000 American servicemen have been evacuated for medical reasons since the
beginning of the war, including more than 1,500 American soldiers who have been wounded, many seriously.
The figures will shock many Americans, who believe that casualties in the war in Iraq have been relatively light.
Recent polls show that support for President George Bush and his administration's policy in Iraq has been slipping.
We don't know about 6,000 casualties because
Bush doesn't want it in print
and the good puppy press loves to cover up Bush atrocities and mistakes.
Most western countries have a free press, but not America.
"I think Bush is a long a way from being in
any kind of serious trouble."
-- Newt Gingrich, reminding everyone that all Bush needs to win is his
good puppy press and Democrats who are too scared to speak up Attribution
There is a gnawing unease about the course of this mission and a realization that the conflict will be deadlier,
more expensive and longer-lasting than Mr. Bush signaled when he landed on an aircraft carrier May 1 to
celebrate the fall of Saddam Hussein. The most recent poll found a nine-point jump in the last three weeks,
to 46 percent, in the number of Americans who disapprove of Mr. Bush's Iraq policy, while the number
who expressed support for the policy slipped to 52 percent from 56 percent.
"I think it's going to go on forever," said Mike
Gallagher, 34, an independent voter from Chicago.
"The U.S. opened a can of worms that should have never been opened in the first place."
"Gallagher - Chicago - kill him and bulldoze his house..."
"Gov. Howard Dean has been issuing diatribes
against Bush that would surpass even Tariq Aziz
with severe menstrual cramps. This strategy has made him the runaway favorite of the Democratic Party.
The position of the Democratic Party seems to be that Saddam Hussein did not hit us on 9-11, but Halliburton did."
--Ann Coulter, (R-Blowjob) Attribution
She knows Saddam had nothing to do with 9-11, but since Bush keeps
saying that, she follows.
And nobody said Halliburton ever attacked anything but the US Treasury, which was a lot more
successful that Bush's murder of Baghdad.
A fun trip called "Futility"
Powell is in Iraq right now, blaming all the troubles on outside agitators. Despite our quaint habit of blowing
innocent bystanders and people around check points all to hell, and despite our inability to restore electricity
and water, and despite our hiring Saddam’s thugs as policeman and civic administrators, Powell is convinced
that no native Iraqi except Baathists would have any reason not to cooperate with us, the alien invaders.
Of course, this is the same Powell who told the same UN he lied to so shamelessly a few months ago that they
had an "opportunity" to send troops to Iraq to draw fire from the Americans and to help bail us out on the costs.
OK, so Powell is an idiot. At least we found that out BEFORE he became President.
In Canada, they have a free press.
In Canada, the biggest crime family in the world
doesn't have the networks and papers in their pocket.
In Canada, they're free to tell the truth about the new Amerikkka.
"Having campaigned as a more or less reasonable
(if unqualified) guy, George Bush, as president, hit the
ground running as a scary-as-hell conservative (see tax cuts, ABM, Kyoto etc.) That hasn't changed since 9/11.
What has changed, perhaps, is the amount of attention Americans were willing to give to domestic politics.
While you were buying gas masks and looking for Afghanistan on the map, Bush & Co. were rolling back
nearly 30 years of environmental protection, tried to cram the federal bench with right-wing judges, and,
by a deft combination of tax cutting and military spending, ran up a $500m deficit."
--Daily Mojo, Attribution
Soros is openly backing a non-governmental initiative called 'Americans Coming Together' (ACT)
aimed at stopping Bush in his bid for a second term as president of the United States.
ACT is planning to spend about $75 million to defeat Bush in November 2004.
Soros believes the president has neither
the intellectual capacity nor the political prowess to guide
the United States on a sound foreign policy course. Bush's policies are bound to be wrong
''because they are based on a false ideology...''
months in jail for Tommy Chong F-ing outrageous!
Field Marshall Ashcroft decided plastic pipes are a serious crime, like terrorism
Tommy Chong of "Cheech & Chong" was sentenced to nine months in prison and
fined $20,000 on Thursday for distributing marijuana pipes over the Internet.
Prosecutors said Chong entered the distribution
business in September 2001 and raised
nearly $1.6 million in sales before federal agents raided his California-based company in February.
Federal authorities in Pittsburgh have convicted
22 other national drug-paraphernalia distributors
since 2000 through a program called "Operation Pipe Dreams."
"Chong wasn't the biggest supplier. He was a relatively
new player. But he had the ability to
market products like no other," U.S. Attorney Mary Beth Buchanan said.
There are all kinds of wrong going
A Californian was arrested for breaking a PittsburgH law?
What's illegal about selling a plastic piece of pipe?
If a junkie cooks heroin in a spoon, can spoon salesmen go to prison?
What if it cooks it with a Zippo lighter - does Zippo go to prison?
I thought terrorism was a problem, not plastic pipes.
Why doesn't Asscroft spend time and resources chasing pipe sellers while
bin Laden is promising attacks deadlier than 9-11?
Chong wasn't the biggest supplier? So why did he get the maximum prison sentence?
Was Chong warned to stop? Or is this another Bush "re-interpretation" of existing laws?
If he was warned and then arrogantly told the feds to "Bring it on," that's one thing.
But if Field Marshall Racist just hates hippies, he needs to be fired years ago.
Pot kills nobody, but the GOP wants a big, federal government to harass our citizens.
Booze kills thousands, but that doesn't concern these religio-crazies to hate pot
because they can't stand to see someone else have a good time.
Guns kills tens of thousands, yet Ashcroft takes bribes from the NRA
Cigarettes kill hundreds of thousands, yet Ashcroft takes bribes from BIG CANCER
Compared to booze, guns and tobacco, pot is totally and absolutely harmless,
yet we attack the pot users to please the Invisible Cloud Being - that's a damn crime.
Here for Zendaba's take on Ashcroft's "war on drugs."
Says my good friend Reef the Dog,
If Ashcroft is gonna send Tommy Chong to prison for selling pieces of blown glass artwork,
then the C.E.O. of Dr. Pepper should get the death penalty for the number of times college
students have smoked shitty weed through a modified Dr. Pepper can.
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Prediction: Rush won't last on ESPN's football pre-game show.
He's not treated like the King of thr World on ESPN, and he's
used to being the center of all attention.
He's only on some of the time, and when he is, it's with four other guys with strong opinions.
On his Monkey hate show, he gets to hear his own voice constantly,
If someone disagrees, he just turns their mic off like they're dumb-struck by his greatness.
On ESPN, he's pulled out for a joke, like Andy Rooney, then they
talk over him.
Yesterday, he explained the concept of teamwork ...to Michael Irvin.
Hey Pigboy - how many Super Bowl rings YOU got?
I'd pay real money to hear Rush tell Irvin to, "Pull that bone out of your nose..."
Wanda Sykes on Leno tonight
Baron Dave Romm on 'New CDs'
A 'Hurricane Isabel' Blog
Creative Emmys list
Snoop Dogg, grade school football coach
Joe Scarborough's ethics & MSGOP
Dalai Lama at MIT
Too many details about Lisa Marie & Michael Jackson
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"My call, however, to nations is, is that let
us not get caught up in past bickering."
--Dubya, Sep. 10, 2003, Attribution
Translation: Now that I've burned down your house, raped
your wife and killed your kids,
can't we forget the past and just start anew, like friends?
Subject: Tequila Question and Harkin Steak Fry Report
I went to Iowa this weekend to see Clinton,
Harkin and 6 of the Democratic Presidential candidates
at the annual Harkin Steak Fry event. I actually chose to celebrate my 40th birthday in Iowa with Clinton
and the gang. It was a terrific birthday. Clinton looked great, and gave a tremendous speech.
I met a busload of nice folks from Oklahoma
at the Steak Fry.
At least we know you're not the only Democrat in the state.
At my hotel in Des Moines, I decided that
I needed a few shots of Tequila to celebrate my 40th.
Unfortunately, they did not have Chinaco Anejo. They did have Patron Silver, which I've never had before.
I found it delicious - a bit sweeter than Chinaco, but I consider it to be in the same class.
This was a sipping Tequila, and it did not require lime or salt. It was perfect as-is.
Have you had Patron?
What's your opinion, oh Tequila guru?
Michael in Chicago
PS: Dean blew away all the other candidates
in his speech at the Steak Fry.
Mike, I can't stand any of the silvers, even the Chinaco
All I can taste is the alcohol, so to me, it's like a doctor's office smell.
Chinaco Anejo has years in the oak barrels with apples, mangos, pears and wildflowers.
Have the Fab Five made it culturally
acceptable to once again use the word "queer?"
Last week, Dave said, "Those queer guys came to my house and threw out all my Bermuda shorts."
What are the new rules?
It's OK to say it if you're smiling?
What if you're typing?
I have no burning desire to use the word,
myself, but Koresh help me if I did.
I'd get letters from very angry gays that said, "We always knew you were a closet homophobe."
Maybe our Culture Czar has an opinion?
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Governor Reagan's Solution? Well, Raise Taxes
How did Ronald Reagan deal with the mess he inherited in 1967? First, he pronounced the problem
much worse than he thought it was. Then, he raised taxes — by a lot. The cornerstone of Governor
Reagan's economic program was not the ballyhooed budget reductions but a sweeping tax package
four times larger than the previous record California tax increase obtained by Governor [Pat] Brown in 1959.
"Reagan's proposal had the distinction of being
the largest tax hike ever proposed by a governor in the
history of the United States. He sought tax increases on sales, personal income, banks and corporations,
insurance companies, liquor and cigarettes.
Red-Ink Ronnie was a tax-and-loot governor.
Subject: 7 years of Bushes and not a single job created
Bart, do you think next year when it will
be 8 years of Bushes and not 1job created
in this country that those morons who keep telling pollsters how much better the
republicans are at handling the economy will get a clue? Me neither.
Kathryn, the GOP says "We're the party
of fiscal responsibility" and the poor, sad
Democrats cower in fear in a fetal position the corner and beg Mr. Rove. "Please don't hurt me."
Since most Americans don't have time to investigate the claims
they figure the GOP must be right since nobody ever calls them on their lies.
Maybe Wesley Clark is man enough to call them on their lies.
"Johhny Cash was more than wise, he was like
an oak tree in a garden of weeds.
I considered myself a friend, he considered me a fan - he indulged me."
-- U2's Bono
about Johnny Cash and John Ritter Friday morning.
Cash's death was almost expected, but Ritter was quite a shock.
They said his death was caused by a condition aassociated with high blood pressure.
I don't know about you, but I know lots
of men who "don't need doctors."
I know lots of men who haven't had a medical check-up in decades.
If you care about your wife, your family
and your kids, stop being such a strong, he-man
and go to the damn doctor and have him check your cholesterol and your blood pressure.
If you do that, and avoid drunk-driving, you're going to live longer.
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How dumb are we???
Give another $10,000 dollars to Haliburton and other selected administration contractors who donated heavily to Bush!
Now they say we need to rebuild the Oil delivery system so "We" can get revenue money from Oil. So we are using our
tax dollars to help Exxon and Chevron build oil wells, pipelines and oil tanking harbors. As taxpayers, why don't we ask
- who is the "we" when this administration says "We" will get the money back from Iraqi Oil revenues??"
Are all Americans going to get credit cards
from Exxon and Chevron with thousands of dollars of credit for gas we invested
I don't think so.
What I suspect is that we've been taken by the biggest money transfer scam since Enron's rape of Californians.
We are still going to pay $2.00 a gallon for gas, our heating oil will be jacked up after labor day and the will be getting oil for 5 dollars
a barrel instead of 20 dollars a barrel. The way I see it. We got a $ 3,000 dollar tax cut, only amass huge debt for our children.
Subject: insulting your female readers - a wise policy?
Do you really think it's a good idea to insult your female readers like this?
> I'm not sure what happened last night, but they were on a cruise,
which was cool, but they played
> some women's game of poker with all kinds of rules about how much you can bet. That's not the kind
> of poker we're playing in the big Pokerfest tournaments this weekend at Binions.
I don't care about all the girly pix you
run, but this is over the line. Considering what a high proportion
of women are liberals compared to men, do you really think it's wise to use "women" as a synonym for
sub-standard, or lame, or weak? With friends like you, who the hell needs conservatives?
I was considering Paypaling you some dough
- I've sent money to Buzzflash often enough, but forget it now
- but I'm sure you'll make it up with all the money you'll win playing a tough strenous game involving sitting on
your manly ass sliding cards and chips across a table.
Nancy, if you're determined to be insulted by something I've written,
I'm powerless to stop you.
You're not supposed to take everything so seriously. It's called a joke.
Here's how Webster's defines it:
1: something said or done to provoke laughter; especially : a brief oral narrative with a climactic humorous twist b
2: something not to be taken seriously :
That joke was born in the 80's when I went from White Russians
to Black Russians. The difference is the milk.
The joke is, men like Ol' Bart don't need milk to get that drink down, but women like Mrs. Bart do.
So yes, most women dilute their liquor. It was nothing but a harmless joke that you decided was worth a nasty letter.
What kind of life do you lead that would cause you to fly off the handle like that?
Do you treat all your friends this way?
You know what else kills me? I get a nasty letter almost every
day from a "friend" who was just on the verge of contributing.
How lucky for you that you held back on contributing until you found something innocent that you could turn into a hate crime.
Funny, Republicans don't even turn on each other when a REAL problem
but Democrats are so damn eager to stab a friend in the back.
One thing's for sure, I wasn't insulting you, personally, because
we've never even exchanged e-mails.
But you thought it was important to insult me, personally.
Ordinarily, I'd tear you up, but you're so pitiful, I just can't.
Subject: Happy Birthday
Hey BC, Normally I sink when I see you haven't
posted a new page.
My sanity depends on some humor amid the despair I feel with the B.F.E.E..
Today I smile because you haven't posted
since Thurs. I know you're having
a great Birthday & some needed R&R. Hope the Vegas trip is just what the
doctor ordered & you come back a refreshed Bartcop.
A funny thing happened in Vegas. In the first tourney, we got beat by a girl.
Details in a few days, when the pictures come in.
is a fabulous First Lady. I was a lucky man when she said, yes,
I agree to marry you. I love her dearly, and I'm proud of the job
she's doing on behalf of all Americans. Just like I love my brother."
-- Dubya, Sep. 9, 2003, Attribution
am watching a rerun of russert "interviewing" the vp.
he asked him about an investigation into the run to war in Iraq.
instead of answering the question, he started to defend the rush to war, i.e. saddam has used
weapons in the past, he didn't prove he didn't have them now. totally avoiding the issue.
follow up by tim.
who would have thunk it?
what i would call a circle jerk.
Dave, you can't blame Russert.
He only has one thing on his mind.
at last on Bush's armour
You won't see this in any American papers...
The media, or at least some of the more powerful mainstream outlets, are in turn — finally! — picking holes
in his armour, by starting to ask the questions that only those dismissed as "conspiracy theorists'' dared pose before.
What did the administration know about the
impending 9/11 attacks and when did it know it?
Why did the White House cover up the EPA's findings on the toxins in the fallout at Ground Zero?
What ties were there, if any, between Saddam Hussein and Al-Qaeda?
It was not so long ago that, as legendary
New York columnist Jimmy Breslin noted, Bush avoided scrutiny because
"news reporters go about the government like gardeners, bent over, smiling and nodding when one of the owners shows up.
You only have to look at a White House news conference to see how they aggressively pursue your right to know."
They crucified Clinton after he saved the economy and peacefully
protected Americans from terrorism.
Bush killed the economy, allowed 9-11, made deals with terrorists and the lapdog press lets him get away with it.
Creation "Science Fair": Fundies try science!
I was sent this link and was certain at
first it was a joke, but it is the real deal.
These poor homeschooled future republican "creation scientists" completed such science fair projects as:
"Life Doesn't Come From Non-Life"
Patricia Lewis (grade 8) did an experiment
to see if life can evolve from non-life. Patricia placed all the
non-living ingredients of life - carbon (a charcoal briquet), purified water, and assorted minerals (a multi-vitamin)
- into a sealed glass jar. The jar was left undisturbed, being exposed only to sunlight, for three weeks.
(Patricia also prayed to God not to do anything
miraculous during the course of the experiment, so as not to
disqualify the findings.) No life evolved. This shows that life cannot come from non-life through natural processes.
What brilliant science!
Ray, those science and logic types just don't want to believe the proof in front of them
didn't lie; there are no WMDs, UN inspectors say
From Canada, where the press isn't paid to protect the Illegal Fraud president
The UN's senior weapons inspectors now say they believe Saddam was telling the truth
when he claimed he had no weapons of mass destruction. In addition, the Iraqi nuclear program
was in such a shambles it was unlikely to be able to produce atomic weapons any time soon.
The revelations undercut the rationale for
the U.S. invasion of Iraq, which was predicated on
the country's possession of chemical, biological and nuclear weapons of mass destruction
Bush gives his press watchdog another cookie...
Subject: Ridiculous Chris the Screamer
The blatantly partisan antics of the self-proclaimed
liberal Chris Matthews have become utterly intolerable
and reflect poorly on MSNBC. On today's show, 9/14/03, he not only crossed jouranlistic boundaries,
he crushed the threshold of decency. While addressing a Hiliary Clinton 2004 Presindential candidacy
(Which, judging by the number of pieces, Chris feels is the most important news story of the century),
Chris repeatedly strayed off the topic of Hiliary and dived headfirst into a giggle-filled orgy of sophmoric
sexual inneudo and witless calembours.
MATTHEWS: "All that free time.
You know he'll raid the refridgerator with Tony and Hugh Rodham
for a couple of days and then they'll get bored with that and then they will want some action some actions,
some, I hate it, I just said it, action. He'll want some action"
GUEST: "I'd like to say. The congressman's reference to the former president being involved with the hotspots of the world.
MATTHEWS: "Ha! We're loaded with [one-liners]. It's like High School, every word is funny."
I find it curious that Mr. Matthews shamelessly
bashes an administration from which he once sought the
role of press secretary. Does Chris harbor ill feelings towards the Clinton's for this snub? Or is he merely
a mental midget, incapable of meaningful political discourse? At the very least he has a deviantly unhealthy
appetite for sexual dialogue(Need I dig up the transcripts of Chris drooling over Bush's codpiece of freedom?).
This whole "FOX is kicking our ass so let's
be more like FOX attitude" is repugnant.
Somebody please mute Crier Matthews.
"I'm hot stuff at MSGOP."
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Subject: Our dead son was always a joker
From an article about Whiste Ass visitng the 3rd Infantry Division:
After his speech, Bush shared "hugs, laughs
and tears" with relatives of
11 soldiers who didn't come home, a senior administration official said.
What the fuck is that supposed to mean?
He shared some "laughs"
with the bereaved widows and parents of dead soldiers?
I guess it is funny. It's funny how
sometimes, like when you invade
a country, a lot people get killed. War's funny like that.
Even the widows have got to see the humor in that one.
It's one of the strangest things I've ever seen.
Some military families don't mind sacrificing for Dubya because he's not Clinton.
The families whose sons and daughters are still alive hate Clinton soooooo much.
- the Police State
Ashcroft's Patriot Tour, AKA "Fixing" the Constitution
On the eve of the anniversary, Bush traveled to Quantico, Virginia, to speak before FBI academy cadets
and Marine Corps personnel. The trip was in keeping with a well-established pattern in which the US
president’s public appearances are largely restricted to audiences packed with police and military personnel.
Bush’s message in Quantico was to demand
that the US Congress “untie the hands of our law enforcement
officials” in the “war against terror.” Specifically, he called for the introduction of “administrative subpoenas”
in cases where suspects are alleged to be terrorists, allowing police to seize sensitive documents without
seeking court approval. He likewise demanded greater powers to hold suspects without bail—including those
who are not charged with any violent activity—as well as a further expansion of the death penalty.
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"Trying to eliminate Saddam, extending the
ground war into an occupation of Iraq, ...would have incurred
incalculable human and political costs. Apprehending him was probably impossible. We would have been
forced to occupy Baghdad and, in effect, rule Iraq. The coalition would instantly have collapsed, the Arabs
deserting it in anger and other allies pulling out as well. Under those circumstances, there was no viable
‘exit strategy’ we could see, violating another of our principles. Going in and occupying Iraq, ...would have
destroyed the precedent of international response to aggression that we hoped to establish. Had we gone
the invasion route, the United States could conceivably still be an occupying power in a bitterly hostile land.
It would have been a dramatically different--and perhaps barren--outcome."
-- George Herbert Herbert Bush, in his 1998 book A World Transformed Attribution
But 9-11 gave the greedy bastards the excuse they needed to "get even" and steal Iraq's oil.
American soldier body count in Iraq
It now stands at
313 counting the injured
who have since died.
Soon, we'll be at 400.
How long before we hit 600? Or 1000?
Total deaths since President Frog-blaster said, "Bring 'em On": 91+
Perhaps 1,200 wounded - missing arms, legs and eyes.
How much more are we willing to tolerate?
Something on your mind?
You have two minutes to speak your peace.
Subject: Bush Cheney bumper stickers
Bush/Cheney '04: Compassionate Colonialism
Bush/Cheney '04: Because the truth just isn't good enough.
Bush/Cheney '04: Four More Wars!
Bush/Cheney '04: In your heart, you know they're technically correct.
Bush/Cheney '04: Less CIA -- More CYA
Bush/Cheney '04: Putting the "con" in conservatism
Bush/Cheney '04: Thanks for not paying attention.
Bush/Cheney '04: The last vote you'll ever have to cast.
Bush/Cheney: Asses of Evil
Don't think. Vote Bush!
George W. Bush: Leadership without a doubt
George W. Bush: The buck stops Over There
Vote Bush in '04: It's a no-brainer!
Bush/Cheney '04: Apocalypse Now!
Bush/Cheney '04: Deja-voodoo all over again!
Bush/Cheney '04: Leave no billionaire behind
Bush/Cheney '04: Lies and videotape but
Bush/Cheney '04: Or else.
Bush/Cheney '04: Over a billion Whoppers served.
Bush/Cheney '04: The economy's stupid!
Bush/Cheney '04: This time, elect us!
Bush/Cheney '04: We're Gooder!
Bush/Cheney: 1984 Now
George W. Bush: A brainwave away from the presidency
George W. Bush: It takes a village idiot
Let them eat yellowcake! Vote Bush!
Peace & Prosperity Suck -- Big-Time
Vote Bush in '04: "I Has Incumbentory Advantitude"
Vote Bush in '04: "Because every vote counts
-- for me!"
Vote Bush in '04: "Because I'm the President, that's why!"
Vote Bush in '04: Because dictatorship is easier.
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