Tuesday, November 30, 2004

My Soldier.

My Soldier is a program that puts politics aside and lets U.S. soldiers know that someone back home cares. When a person enrolls in the My Soldier program, they agree to adopt a soldier. They receive a “starter kit” containing guidelines for letter writing and care package preparation, a red My Soldier bracelet, and a specially designed My Soldier baseball hat to include with the first letter they send to their deployed United States Armed Serviceperson. The first letter/care package they send is addressed to their soldier's platoon contact who then distributes it to their soldier. The soldier then replies and direct correspondence begins (about 80% of soldiers respond, but 100% appreciate getting the letters). The program is free.

To sign up, click the link

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  • Critics: Kids get wrong message on poker

    Yeah, like never try to buy an inside straight.

    "It's fun. It's exciting. It's glamorized on TV and in the media in a way that other addictions are not," says Keith Whyte, executive director of the National Council on Problem Gambling. "There's the impression that through skill you can beat the odds. But randomness is always going to have a bigger factor in determining the outcome than your skill.
    There are some people that just want to ruin it for the rest of us.

    Read more at CNN.com



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  • Monday, November 29, 2004

    Live Journal Thursday, November 18th, 2004

    Skool sucks, that new Marilyn Manson CD rawcks, we had fishsticks for lunch in the caf. It's snowing in alaska, I hate the snow, ever feel like slashing your rist wile listening to Seether's new CD. We cam in second in the states vollie ball tournement, if you had to dispose of something large where would u do it? I gots a 86 on my english tests so i cant use my puter, so i will not b posting for a wile. Got these great boots that go up to my knees.

    Oh yeah, I KILLED MY MOM.

    - Rachelle Ann Monica Waterman

    Read her journal here.
    Read the Alaska Journal.
    Go here for pictures.

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  • Sunday, November 28, 2004

    Colombian Rebels Told to Kill Bush

    BOGOTA, Colombia — Colombia's main rebel group asked followers to mount an assassination attempt against President Bush (search) during his visit to Colombia last week.
    Download Afroman - "Because I got high" and fill in your own cocaine joke.

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  • Friday, November 26, 2004

    NICE !!!

    A man jumped to his death Friday from the 86th-floor observation deck at the Empire State Building.
    Listen to Lenny Kravitz "Fly Away" because even a desprate attempt at attention needs a soundtrack.

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  • What famous leader are you?



    What Famous Leader Are You?
    personality tests by similarminds.com

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  • Wednesday, November 24, 2004

    Uproar over new JFK game

    Because of the overwhelming response to the new JFK Reloaded game, where you are able to reenact the Kennedy assasanation through the eyes of Lee Harvey Oswald the game makers are currently programing some more Kennedy games for release.

    The Ted Kennedy driving game
    - You're Ted, you're hammered, you just dumped your car in lake Chappaquiddick. Do you save Mary Joe or go home and sleep it off... you decide.

    The JFK Jr. flying game - You have limited flight training and poor visibility as an added surprise you have your bitching wife and her sister in the plane with you, do you try to make a safe landing at Martha's Vineyard or dump that puppy in the middle of the Atlantic.

    The Michael Skakel golfing game
    - You're in a tree mastubating and see your cute playmate Martha Moxely, use your golf club to commit a brutal rape and murder, then try to drop the Kennedy name to get off.

    The Joe Kennedy Lobotomize your daughter game - You got the whole 'moonshine' thing cornered, now you have political ambitions, just one problem your slightly retarted daughter Rosemary. Try to have her lobotomy in Washington D.C and then wisk her away to Wisconsin without anyone noticing.

    The William Kennedy Smith game - After you have completed the Ted Kennedy game you get the bonus William Kennedy Smith game, you're drinking it up in with uncle Teddy in Palm Beach, meet the girl, rape her on the beach, get the major media outlets to name her and discredit the victim. Extra bonus points if your uncle, walking around the compound in his underwear, catches you in the act.

    The Joseph P. Kennedy WWII bomber game - Fly a cargo plane filled with explosives through hostile Germany, oh yeah your plane is on fire and you have only seconds to eject.

    The Robert F. Kennedy nepotism game - Use your brothers connections to get a cushy Attorney General's job, piss off the mob, the Cubans, the Republicans and the Unions then try to run for president without Sirhan B. Sirhan noticing.

    That whole fucking family is a disgrace.

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  • Tuesday, November 23, 2004

    Down goes Rather... Down goes Rather... Down goes Rather...

    Dan Rather is exiting in disgrace as CBS, owned by the pro-Democrat media behemoth Viacom, braces for the results of an internal investigation into his exploitation of fake National Guard "documents" in a bid to prevent the re-election of President Bush.
    We all saw it comming, can't say I'm sorry to see him go.

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  • Howard Stern bows to Opie And Anthony



    Listen to "Monster Rain" - NSFW

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  • Because we are all 6 year olds.

    The election is over. The fight is not.
    Gotta give the left credit, they got sticktoittivness, you just want to tussle their collective heads and let them be on their way.
    Bush's election is bad for the US, and even worse for the rest of the world. But elections are only one part of democracy. We need to think strategically about direct action, learn from a rich history of nonviolent activism, and develop new tactics to take on this administration.
    Because as we have seen the old tactics just plain sucked ass.
    Let's start from the start: Inauguration Day.
    Look, the moonbats have 4 more years to perfect their chants and slogans and stilt walking skills.
    On January 20th, 2005, we're calling for a new kind of action. The Bush administration has been successful at keeping protesters away from major events in the last few years.
    Yes, you want to pound your head in the wall too and grab him by his throat and yell, "It's because of terrorists, you dumb fucking jerk" but they won't understand and in the end you just have one more liberal gasping for air bitching that you violated his civil rights.
    We're calling on people to attend inauguration without protest signs, shirts or stickers. Once through security and at the procession, at a given signal, we'll all turn our backs on Bush's motorcade and continue through his speech and swearing in. A simple, clear and coherent message.
    And then when I give the signal we are all going to cough, then drop our pencils, and if we have a fire drill I ain't going back to class.
    I guess he hasn't gotten that whole, the majority of Americans you know, like Bush, I'ts late... *mumbling* fucking moonbat jerks *mumbling*
    Go here if you care.

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  • Monday, November 22, 2004

    Arafat nephew: No poison found



    Arafat's nephew Nasser al-Kidwa shows the press that Arafat liked his cocks with both width and girth, and oh yeah, he wasn't poisoned.

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  • It's got a good beat, but you can't dance to it.

    I hate jerks, all kind of jerks either if they are from the left, and there are a hell of alot of them over there, or if its a home grown jerk like this one from MSNBC.

    Byron Calvert, 33, leans back in his chair, smiling and snacking on veggies. Calvert is a mountainous man with a swastika tattoo, a prison record and a racist dream. He runs Panzerfaust Records, a five-year-old company that has quickly become one of the top "white power" record labels in the country.

    The white-power movement is looking for young people like Tom Lindstrom, a 22-year-old tile layer from West St. Paul. He first heard the furious music three years ago, and it made him glow. He realized there were angry kids like him—angry at blacks, Jews, homosexuals, immigrants. "There's a general plague of anti-whiteness going on in this country," he says. "When I heard the white-power rock, I thought, 'Right on!' "
    Hear an angry white band that's not Eminem.

    Read MSNBC's "Play that funky music white boy"

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  • Miami Local10 exclusive, Porn movies are scripted.

    It must be sweeps week, because a local Miami station just did their expose on a porn site bangbus.com and what did they find?
    - They pay people to have sex on camera
    - The action is all scripted
    - Making porn is not illegal

    Hard hitting news down there in Miami, read more at local10.com

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  • Detroit can't do anything right.

    So their fans can't fight, they have a habit of overturning cars and setting stuff on fire.
    Now ontop of everything else, Detroit can not even hold the distinction of being the most dangerous city anymore.

    If you're going to be a crime ridden city overun by thugs and violence, at least make an attempt to be the best at it, not number two.

    TRENTON, New Jersey (AP) -- Camden has been named the nation's most-dangerous city, snatching the top spot from Detroit.
    If you watch the tape from the NBA brawl you can see why Detroit dropped to number two, fat guys who can't throw a punch skinny white guys who run in fear at the sight of a large black man, if the FBI kept stats on beer throwing Detroit would probally rank number one but they don't.

    So to the people of Detroit, try harder you bunch of losers.

    Read "And then he punched me" at CNN.

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  • Sunday, November 21, 2004

    I went to a basketball game, and a vibe awards show broke out.

    I know alot of people have seen this, so here it is again
    The video of the Pacers / Pistons / fans brawl.

    Keep an eye out for the fat guy who gets knocked out twice, once by Artest and again by Jackson.

    "The NBA, I LOVE THIS GAME"

    Look at video here.

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  • The Marines want their XM radio

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  • Friday, November 19, 2004

    "I didn't lose to Bush... I lost to Osama"

    Fucking crybaby...

    "Tough luck, Senator," Rivera said to Kerry, referring to the Democrat's election loss.

    Trying to recount Kerry's words verbatim, Rivera said Kerry responded by saying:

    "It was that Usama tape- it scared them [the American people]."

    There might be hundreds of thousands of reasons he lost
    Swift Boat Vets
    Flip Flopping
    Jerk off's on stilts
    A.N.S.W.E.R
    George Soros
    Vote or Die
    Michael Moore
    Bush is just a better President

    Osama is just one of the many reasons.

    Kerry should go the way of Gore, put on some weight, grow a beard, become a hermit.
    Maybe host a reality T.V. show on UPN

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  • Thursday, November 18, 2004

    Things overheard backstage at Kerry's Boston headquarters.

    "We're the ones in red, right?"
    "Shut up bitch"
    "Tell Dan, fuck you very much"
    "I can't lose, I was in Vietnam"
    "Ohio? What the fuck is an Ohio?"
    "Is all that red good?"
    "It was them asses on stilts, wasn't it?"
    "Even with all that voter fraud... I STILL LOST"
    "But CNN said I was gonna win, they promised"
    "I said shut up bitch"
    "Tell the Daily Mirror... I'm not fucking gay"
    "Did I tell people I was in Vietnam enough?"
    "Tell Michael Moore I'm in the can taking a shit"
    "Fuck that Ohio place, wherever the hell it is"
    "Man, thats a hell of alot of red"
    "Put the TV on CBS, I'm not losing the election on that channel"
    "It doesn't matter, noone lives in Nevada anyway"
    "Ohhh.. thanks Maine your 4 electorial votes really helped me alot"
    "Can I get a recount in Ohio, he is only leading by a hundred thousand votes?"
    "Where the fuck is Edwards, that prick knows about frivolous lawsuits"
    "Holy Shit, thats a whole hell of a red"
    "I can't lose I'm Gumby Dammit"

    Listen to "loser" by Beck


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  • Wednesday, November 17, 2004

    Someone want's to know...

    How they are counting the total number of enemy terrorists killed.

    I say by poking them with a stick and going "one... two... Wait this one is still alive (BLAM) three.."

    I hope that answered their question.

    Listen to - Drowing Pool "Bodies"

    For the one's who miss home.





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  • As if losing once was not enough.

    Hopefully, this is a joke.

    WASHINGTON — Sen. John Kerry, who has $45 million left from his record-breaking Democratic campaign, hinted on Tuesday that he may try again for the presidency.

    Read more at fox.

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  • Tuesday, November 16, 2004

    Rapper stabbed at awards show... Go figure...

    You have hundreds of rappers and their entorage and not one medal detector in sight?
    Or maybe he learned how to make a shank in the joint using a table leg and a centerpiece ornament.

    Pandemonium broke out during the taping of Vibe magazine's award show last night, when a man was stabbed during the ceremony, sending stars fleeing from the mayhem in their limos.
    Ever notice that the words "rap show" , "pandemonium" and "mayhem" generally tend to follow each other in a news story?
    The violence broke out as rapper Dr. Dre rose to accept the Vibe Legend Award from presenters Quincy Jones and Snoop Dogg, An unidentified man sitting with Death Row Records chief Marion "Suge" Knight lunged toward Dr. Dre with a knife — but members of rapper 50 Cent's entourage intervened
    And Eminem had nothing to do with it.

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  • Anyone know about New York City Zoning laws...

    Please email me at cbpny@hotmail.com

    I got a 3 family residential property zoned as an 'M1-2'
    the owner wants the property sold to a developer to
    build condos, but its not zoned as an "R-6"

    Would this be a problem?

    Thanks

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  • Sunday, November 14, 2004

    Guilty pleasures.

    We all have one, that Barry Manlow CD or Beverly Hills 90210 on DVD.
    Well my guilty pleasure is Eminem.

    I am not a big fan of the rap genre in general, as you can see by the music I have
    blogged for download.

    So I obtained a copy of "Encore", Eminem's latest rant at society and I have to say I was somewhat disapointed.

    The whole, "My mom sucks" has gotten old and "Just lose it" taking jabs at Michael Jackson, that's way to freaking easy. Now a rap about R. Kelly, I could dig that.

    Listen to "Ass Like That" from Eminem
    *You make my pee pee go boing, boing, boing* - Ok that made me chuckle.
    Oh yeah, NSFW, or home or the car or any IPOD.





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  • Palestine unveils new missile

    Masked militants unveiled a new rocket, which they claimed had an extended range that could reach the southern Israeli city of Ashkelon. The long, green "Al-Yasser 1" rocket, named after Arafat, was shown to a cheering crowd as Palestinian security looked on.
    As a service for my readers I have obtained this "photo" of their new missile
    Please give credit to * Veruka's America * when publishing this photo.

    Read more at Foxnews.com

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  • Dutch Muslims Dismayed by Anti-Islamic Backlash

    "I'm thinking of going back to Turkey. Seriously," the 39-year-old Muslim said just a few hundred meters (yards) from the apartment police stormed last Wednesday after a 14-hour siege with suspected Islamic militants. "We're all frightened."
    Now how come we are not giving Muslims the same "warm" welcome.

    Read the yadda yadda... blahh.. blah.. blah.. from CNN.


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  • Saturday, November 13, 2004

    Woe is you..

    "Woe unto those who call evil good, and good evil". (Ish.5: 20)

    Those who know me know I am far from a bible thumper. I like to drink, gamble, smoke, and occasionally hubs and I download a porn movie..

    So with that said, I came across this bible quote, which fit the left perfectly.

    I have been reading how Arafat is a true statesman, and a pillar to Palestine causes from the left. They mourn for him more than they did the greatest modern day president Ronald Regan, and it's downright sad and a pity that the left has fallen into such a sullen quagmire that there is no light to be seen in the hole that they have dug for themselves.

    But they press on, the little tykes, election fraud, 2008, Iraq; fuck the south, more sips from the bitter vinegar wine of defeat.

    They are not American’s, in the true sense of the word, they wish for defeat in Iraq, just so they can give a collective, “I told you so”, “look at me, I am smarter than you, let me control the government because I know better.”

    Not a will of the people but I know better so you wont get hurt, these are the same fucko’s that make sure that each toaster ever made has a warning label, “please don’t stick metal objects in the slots while toaster is on”

    The left and the insane ramblings are a danger to them and to this nation as a whole, because they have the backing of the MSM who’s only real job is to distort the facts and cut them down to 5 second sound bites. You can not learn about anything in a 60 second CNN recap of events.

    So to the left, you lost, move on, play with yourselves, seek therapy, what ever the hell would work for you to make you better people and shut the fuck up with your babblings.

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  • The Palestinians' Myth

    Palestinian terrorists do not blow up crowded Israeli pizzerias because they want to provoke Jerusalem into abrogating the Oslo accords and abandoning the policy of "land for peace." On the contrary: The Palestinian leadership uses terrorism to *accelerate* the Oslo process -- to render Israelis so desperate and demoralized that they will make even deeper concessions, surrender even more land, and struggle even harder to make peace with their enemies.
    -By Jeff Jacoby
    The Boston Globe

    Read entire essay here.

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  • U.S. troops have "occupied" the entire city of Fallujah

    Marines rock !

    Listen to Ronan Tynan - God Bless America.

    It's almost like being at a Yankee game, without having to watch
    the shitty Yankees.

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  • Friday, November 12, 2004

    Scott Peterson

    Guilty - 1st degree murder. Lacy
    Guilty - 2nd degree murder. the kid - we can call him floaty
    Guilty - special circumstances, don't know what they are but ahh.. who cares.

    You know all them - fuck the south websites, how about
    fuckingcaliidiots.com

    Did he do it? Probally
    Did the prosecution prove it - Not even close.

    Rule number one - If you are going to dump a body at sea, don't say your fishing nearby.

    Rule number two - If you're gonna cheat on your spouse, then later kill her make sure your mistress isn't a fucking nut job, find a nice russian whore who can't speak english.

    Rule number three - California juries suck, they are made up of two types of people
    1) people too stupid to get out of jury duty
    2) people who think all the media attention would get them a spot on surreal life.

    Sad part is watching all them California femenazis dancing around in their "A" cups., like they won the World Series of court judgements.

    Listen to - Seven Mary Three "Water's Edge"



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  • At prayers.

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  • Arafat liked it in the dumper.

    N.Y. Times Suggests Arafat Died of AIDS.

    I wonder if he had to face west while he was getting pounded in the balloon knot.

    The New York Times broke the media silence on the cause of Arafat's death Friday by suggesting the terrorist leader may have died of AIDS.

    Read more at NewsMax.com

    Listen to "Ugly" by The Exies

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  • "C" is for the way you ....

    This song is NSFW..

    I send this out to all the women on the left who for some reason get totally mortified when I do not agree with their insane ramblings.

    They want me to be one of them, but it aint gonna happen.

    Brother Joe - The C' Song.

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  • Thursday, November 11, 2004

    Fallujah

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  • Palestines mourn the dead





    Listen to Metallica - "Creeping Death"

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  • More on Carter and Arafat

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  • Why is she crying?



    Because she knows this fat fuck will be dead from a heart attack, or hopefully alzheimer's
    Keep eating them double cheeseburgers chubsey-ubsey.

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  • Jimmy Carter just doesn't get it.

    More reason the red was red and the blue was blue.

    Former US President Jimmy Carter calls Arafat a "powerful human symbol"


    Did I read that correct? Arafat was a thug and a terrorist who was bent on the destruction of Israel. Jimmy Carter was a useless president who was powerless to help our captives in Iran.

    Argghh !!

    In memory of the victims of Palestine violence and terrorism in Israel.

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  • Arafat Dead

    Enjoy your time in hell fuck nuts.

    From Fawx news

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  • Wednesday, November 10, 2004

    Alberto Gonzales

    Awesome, I told you us spickaroos are taking over.

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  • Fred Flintstone selling Winston cigarettes.

    I found this gem, an old Flintstone's cartoon commercial for Winston cigarettes.

    Watch video here.

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  • Tuesday, November 09, 2004

    This fucker won't die.

    Yasser Arafat Close to Death.

    The ailing Palestinian Authority head was on life support Tuesday at a hospital near Paris, France, according to the sources. He was flown there late last month when his health rapidly deteriorated.

    Like the metallica song 'Creeping Death'

    Blood
    Running red and strong, down the nil
    Plague
    Darkness three days long, hail to fire

    Die by my hand
    I creep across the land
    Die by my hand

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  • Grand Theft Fire Truck

    A drunk Northern California man stole a fire truck right out of its firehouse — then used its radio to call for a tow truck when he ran it off the road.

    Read, I'm an ass. at Foxnews.com

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  • Breaking out teh funnay.

    Just some levity. I'm taking a break from the loonballs on the left and their insane ramblings.

    Stephen Lynch - Big Fat Friend


    Stephen Lynch - If I was gay.

    Stephen Lynch - Hermaphrodite


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  • Troops in Iraq Cheered Bush Win

    U.S. troops stationed in Iraq were visibly heartened when they got the news that President Bush had defeated John Kerry in last week's election.

    Read more at Newsmax.com

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  • Sunday, November 07, 2004

    A Georgia man fatally shot himself at Ground Zero, the suicide was a political protest

    Thinning the herd, I'm with that.

    The body of Andrew Veal, 25, a university research worker who was engaged to be married, was found on the hallowed ground of the World Trade Center site yesterday morning.
    Yeah, this fucker wanted to kill himself, so be it heaven needs fresh souls, but to do it there is not only selfish but downright insulting to the people of New York.
    Veal didn't leave a note, but those who knew the sensitive young man said he sent a grim message by choosing to end his life where almost 3,000 people perished on Sept. 11, 2001.
    You know what his "grim message" was? "Hi im Andrew and I'm a selfish prick, I couln't slit my wrists in the bathtub listening to some Faith Hill music, no I had to disrupt the lives of New Yorkers cause I'm an ass."
    When Veal failed to show up at work on Wednesday, his pals assumed he was upset that Bush had beaten John Kerry in the race for the White House and was taking a few days off.
    What fucking job lets you take a few days off from work because of a presidental election? Do you know what my boss would say, "Sure, take as much time as you need but don't expect your job to be here when your done."
    Veal's body was found near the Church St. perimeter atop the structure enclosing the 1/9 subway line in The Pit. He had a head wound and cops recovered a shotgun nearby.
    Do you want to know who I feel sorry for? him, no fuck him, his parents, no they raised a emotional half a fag that would kill himself over an election. No I feel sorry for the EMT's and the Police officers that had to deal with his gunshot inflicted body. If anyone else in his family wants to brain themselves with a shotgun, stay in Georgia, do it in the CNN building, everyone hates CNN anyways.

    Read the rest of the story from the NY Daily News.

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  • Friday, November 05, 2004

    A Democrat that makes sense who's name is not Zell Miller.

    My good friend "Bklyngirl" found this for me and I pass it to you.

    Read the full essay here

    We Democrats are supposedly the party of the therapists, the teachers, and the 'relationship experts.' If anybody would be proud of the title, 'active listener', it would be a Democrat. We're the soft ones who understand where the other side is coming from and negotiate.

    Actually, no. Our error is that we Democrats are far less understanding than we think we are. Our version of understanding the other side is to look at them from a psychological point of view while being completely unwilling to take their arguments seriously. "Well, he can't help himself, he's a right-wing religious zealot, so of course he's going to think like that." "Republicans who never served in war are hypocrites to send young men to die. " "Republicans are homophobes, probably because they can't deal with their secret desires." Anything but actually listening and responding to the arguments being made.

    I am not saying that all these arguments should win. But I do not hear enough Democrats elucidating reasoned counterarguments to these positions. "Bush insulted our allies and the UN," "Bush lied, people died," "We have become the aggressor," "Homophobia," "Religious nut." These are not responses, these are dismissals. When Democrats start actively responding, we will succeed. Until then, we will be increasingly ignored as irrelevent.

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  • Hey Daily Mirror !



    Download - America Fuck Yeah !! here.

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  • San Francisco speaks.

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  • Thursday, November 04, 2004

    A picture is worth 59,054,087 words

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  • So you're thinking about leaving America.

    Sean Penn wanted to do it, so did Alec Baldwin and Barbara Streisand.
    Now thanks to my good friend "BklynGirl" I am attaching the:

    A reader's guide to expatriating on November 3

    Originally from Harper's Magazine, October 2004. By Bryant Urstadt.

    Renouncing your citizenship

    Given how much the United States as a nation professes
    to value freedom, your freedom to opt out of the
    nation itself is surprisingly limited. The State
    Department does not record the annual number of
    Americans renouncing their citizenship-"renunciants,"
    as they are officially termed-but the Internal Revenue
    Service publishes their names on a quarterly basis in
    the Federal Register. The IRS's interest in the
    subject is, of course, purely financial; since 1996,
    the agency has tracked ex-Americans in the hopes of
    recouping tax revenue, which in some cases may be owed
    for up to ten years after a person leaves the country.
    In any event, the number of renunciants is small. In
    2002, for example, the Register recorded only 403
    departures, of which many (if not most) were merely
    longtime resident aliens returning home.

    The most serious barrier to renouncing your
    citizenship is that the State Department, which
    oversees expatriation, is reluctant to allow citizens
    to go "stateless." Before allowing expatriation, the
    department will want you to have obtained citizenship
    or legal asylum in another country-usually a
    complicated and expensive process, if it can be done
    at all. Would-be renunciants must also prove that they
    do not intend to live in the United States afterward.
    Furthermore, you cannot renounce inside U.S. borders;
    the declaration must be made at a consul's office
    abroad.

    Those who imagine that exile will be easily won would
    do well to consider the travails of Kenneth Nichols
    O'Keefe. An ex-Marine who was discharged, according to
    his website, under "other than honorable conditions,"
    O'Keefe has tried officially to renounce his
    citizenship twice without success, first in Vancouver
    and then in the Netherlands. His initial bid was
    rejected after the State Department concluded that he
    would return to the United States-a credible
    inference, as O'Keefe in fact had returned
    immediately. After his second attempt, O'Keefe waited
    seven months with no response before he tried a more
    sensational approach. He went back to the consulate at
    The Hague, retrieved his passport, walked outside, and
    lit it on fire. Seventeen days later, he received a
    letter from the State Department informing him that he
    was still an American, because he had not obtained the
    right to reside elsewhere. He had succeeded only in
    breaking the law, since mutilating a passport is
    illegal. It says so right on the passport.

    Heading to Canada or Mexico

    In your search for alternate citizenship, you might
    naturally think first of Canada and Mexico. But
    despite the generous terms of NAFTA, our neighbors to
    the north and south are, like us, far more interested
    in the flow of money than of persons. Canada, in
    particular, is no longer a paradise awaiting American
    dissidents: whereas in 1970 roughly 20,000 Americans
    became permanent residents of Canada, that number has
    dropped over the last decade to an average of just
    about 5,000. Today it takes an average of twenty-five
    months to be accepted as a permanent resident, and
    this is only the first step in what is likely to be a
    five-year process of becoming a citizen. At that point
    the gesture of expatriation may already be moot,
    particularly if a sympathetic political party has
    since resumed power.

    Mexico's citizenship program is equally complicated.
    Seniors should know that the country does offer a
    lenient program for retirees, who may essentially stay
    as long as they want. But you will not be able to work
    or to vote, and, more important, you must remain an
    American for at least five years.

    France

    Should one candidate win, those who opposed the Iraq
    war might hope to find refuge in France, where a very
    select few are allowed to "assimilate" each year.
    Assimilation is reserved for persons of non-French
    descent who are able to prove that they are more
    French than American, having mastered the language as
    well as the philosophy of the French way of life. Each
    case is determined on its own merit, and decisions are
    made by the Ministère de l'Emploi, du Travail, et de
    la Cohésion Social. When your name is published in the
    Journal Officiel de la République Français, you are
    officially a citizen, and may thereafter heckle the
    United States with authentic Gallic zeal.

    The coalition of the willing

    Should the other candidate win, war supporters might
    naturally look to join the coalition of the willing.
    But you may find a willing and developing nation as
    difficult to join as an unwilling and developed one.
    It takes at least five years to become a citizen of
    Pakistan, for instance, unless one marries into a
    family, and each applicant for residency in Pakistan
    is judged on a case-by-case basis. Uzbekistan imposes
    a five-year wait as well, with an additional twist:
    the nation does not recognize dual citizenship, and so
    you will be required to renounce your U.S. citizenship
    first. Given Uzbekistan's standard of living (low),
    unemployment (high), and human-rights record (poor),
    this would be something of a leap of faith.

    The Caribbean

    A more pleasant solution might be found in the
    Caribbean. Take, for example, the twin-island nation
    of St. Kitts and Nevis, which Frommer's guide praises
    for its "average year-round temperature of 79°F
    (26°C), low humidity, white-sand beaches, and
    unspoiled natural beauty." Citizenship in this
    paradise can be purchased outright. Prices start at
    around $125,000, which includes a $25,000 application
    fee and a minimum purchase of $100,000 in bonds.
    Processing time, which includes checks for criminal
    records and HIV, can take up to three months, but with
    luck you could be renouncing by Inauguration Day. The
    island of Dominica likewise offers a program of
    "economic citizenship," though it should be noted that
    Frommer's describes the beaches as "not worth the
    effort to get there."

    Speed is of the essence, however, because your choice
    of tropical paradises is fast dwindling: similar
    passport-vending programs in Belize and Grenada have
    been shut down since 2001 under pressure from the
    State Department, which does not approve. In any case,
    it should be noted that under the aforementioned IRS
    rules, you might well be forced to continue
    subsidizing needless invasions-or, to be evenhanded,
    needless afterschool programs.

    Indian reservations

    Our Native American reservations, which enjoy freedom
    from state taxation and law enforcement, might seem an
    ideal home for the political exile. But becoming a
    citizen of a reservation is difficult-one must prove
    that one is a descendant of a member of the original
    tribal base roll-and moreover would be, as a gesture
    of political disaffection, largely symbolic.
    Reservations remain subject to federal law;
    furthermore, citizens of a reservation hold dual
    citizenships, and as such are expected to vote in U.S.
    elections and to live with the results.

    The high seas

    You might consider moving yourself offshore. At a
    price of $1.3 million you can purchase an apartment on
    The World, a residential cruise ship that moves
    continuously, stopping at ports from Venice to
    Zanzibar to Palm Beach. Again, however, your
    expatriation would be only partial: The World flies
    the flag of the Bahamas, but its homeowners, who hail
    from all over Europe, Asia, and the United States,
    retain citizenship in their home nations.

    To obtain a similar result more cheaply, you can
    simply register your own boat under a flag of
    convenience and float it outside the United States'
    230-mile zone of economic control. There, on your
    Liberian tanker, you will essentially be an extension
    of that African nation, subject only to its laws, and
    may imagine yourself free of oppressive government.

    Micronations

    The boldest approach is to start a nation of your own.
    Sadly, these days it is essentially impossible to buy
    an uninhabited island and declare it a sovereign
    nation: virtually every rock above the waterline is
    now under the jurisdiction of one principality or
    another. But efforts have been made to build nations
    on man-made structures or on reefs lying just below
    the waterline. Among the more successful of these is
    the famous Principality of Sealand, which was founded
    in 1967 on an abandoned military platform off the
    coast of Britain. The following year a British judge
    ruled that the principality lay outside the nation's
    territorial waters. New citizenships in Sealand,
    however, are not being granted or sold at present.

    A less fortunate attempt was made in 1972, when
    Michael Oliver, a Nevada businessman, built an island
    on a reef 260 miles southwest of Tonga. Hiring a
    dredger, he piled up sand and mud until he had enough
    landmass to declare independence for his "Republic of
    Minerva." Unfortunately, the Republic of Minerva was
    soon invaded by a Tongan force, whose number is said
    to have included a work detail of prisoners, a brass
    band, and Tonga's 350-pound king himself. The reef was
    later officially annexed by the kingdom.

    More recently, John J. Prisco III, of the Philippines,
    has declared himself the prince of the Principality of
    New Pacific, and announced that he has discovered a
    suitable atoll in the international waters of the
    Central Pacific. As of publication, the principality
    has yet to begin the first phase of construction, but
    it is already accepting applications for citizenship.

    Imaginary nations

    Perhaps the most elegant solution is to join a country
    that exists only in one's own-or someone
    else's-imagination. Many such virtual nations can be
    found on the Internet, and citizenships in them are
    easy to acquire. This, in fact, was the route most
    recently attempted by Kenneth Nichols O'Keefe, the
    unfortunate ex-Marine. In February 2003,

    O'Keefe went to Baghdad to serve as a human shield,
    traveling with a passport issued to him by the "World
    Service Authority," an outfit based in Washington,
    D.C., that has dubbed more than 1.2 million people
    "world citizens." While laying over in Turkey,
    however, he was detained; Turkey, as it turns out,
    does not recognize the World Service Authority.
    O'Keefe was forced to apply for a replacement U.S.
    passport from the State Department, which rather
    graciously complied.

    Upon his arrival in Baghdad, O'Keefe promptly set the
    replacement passport on fire. But he remains, to his
    dismay, an American.

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  • Elizabeth Edwards has breast cancer.

    Story from Fox News.com

    Wishing her a big get well.

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  • I gotta wake up... to THIS... TO THIS !

    My props to Goodfellas in case your wondering where the title came from



    I wanted to get on their website to see what kind of rag this is, but their website is down.

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  • No media bias my ass.

    This picture was posted at cnn.netscape.com
    Looks good to you? sure.

    update: they changed the link.

    http://cdn-channels.netscape.com/cppops/features/n/ne_election5/i/asshole.jpg


    Update: message from cnn.com

    Netscape responsible for Bush photo insult

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  • It's All Your Fault

    From MoveOnPlease.org

    With Bush's crushing defeat of Kerry in last night's election, you are no doubt asking yourself, as we at MoveOnPlease have all morning: did I do enough? Where can the blame be placed? We think the answer is self-evident: the fault rests with you, the MoveOnPlease reader. We're not angry. We're calm. We're just stating the facts.

    You mouth-breathing freaking idiots.

    Damn you! We can understand a Kerry loss in a Mississippi or a Tennessee. These are people who impregnate their freaking sisters and thank Jesus for their beef jerky dinners. But Ohio? Ngg! Damn you! You think Bush'll protect you against Osama bin Laden? Was that the reasoning? Newsflash, you morons: it's been four freaking years! He's still alive! We swear to God, you fat-assed, latte-sipping soccer moms. If Dr. freaking Phil doesn't crap it out of his fat asshole, you don't even hear it, do you? Do you?

    And you, Florida! What the hell is wrong with old people? We Democrats worked our asses off getting affordable healthcare for you wrinkled old skinbags, and this is how you repay us? You know where you'd be without Democrats? Dead! That's right! And you want to know where we'll be the next time Republicans make you pay for your own freaking medicine so you can cheat death for another year? Clapping in the audience, that's where. No, better. Dancing on your graves.

    And Vermont! Three electoral votes? Three? You're all freaking hippies, for God's sake! You're supposed to be spitting out babies like Pez! The staff at a Texas Walmart has a bigger headcount than you people! Delaware! Another three votes! Thanks for coming through for Kerry, guys! But, oh, gee, wait — it turns out a candidate needs 270 votes to win. Hmm, let's just add your three votes to the Kerry pile and… carry the two… wow, how about that! It adds up to jack freaking shit!

    From the bottom of our hearts, America: screw you. Screw every last one of you lazy lazy bastards! You ruined this country! We worked our fingers to the bone for… can't believe… just… so angry…can't…

    Screw you.

    The MoveOnPlease team

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  • Wednesday, November 03, 2004

    The Day After.

    I would not breath easy till Hurman Munster stepped up to the podium and conceded.

    For the good of the country he did, a defeated, deflated, dejected man who has nothing left but his ugly wife and 20,000 Kerry / Edwards bumperstickers.

    To my friends on the left, all I have to say is, "You tried" yeah, you gave it your best shot you pulled no punches. From a propaganda lie filled movie, to a 527 that was backed by George Soros who has more money than god himself. Dan and his fake documents, talk of an impending draft, jobs, farmers, homeless mothers, earthfreaks. You all took your best shot at our President and it all came down to one simple issue. One issue that we on the right WARNED you that it would be your deathknell. Moral Values, as much as you like to parade around Berkley with your units hanging out and protesting the war in Iraq with jerkoffs on stilts the average working man with a mortgage 2 cars and 3 kids looked at you with a total distain. How Dare You Defame America during this time of war?

    The people from ANSWER, Moveon.org and United Peace and Justice, we on the right warned you, that shit doesn't play good in the bible belt.

    Theater of the absurd doesn't turn red to blue from Montana to Texas, you were told, but you decided that was the stand you wanted to take. It's no longer the 60's anymore, the hippies are gone, the pot has been smoked the Dead records all put away.

    Your platform was, "Anyone but Bush" you had no focus other than to sling mud, and to blame the people that don't belive in your lifestyle for a Kerry loss.

    The people on the left, fuck you all, the whole lot of you stinky, protesting, jagoffs.


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  • Tuesday, November 02, 2004

    It's November 2nd.

    Just vote, thats all.
    No stories, no song and dance, no singing monkeys

    JUST VOTE.

    UPDATE: If Bush can win Ohio...

    UPDATE: Fox news coverage sucks major ass,

    UPDATE: Fuck it... I call FLORIDA Bush Country.

    UPDATE: We need Ohio...

    UPDATE: Holy Shit, could we take Washington State? - never mind

    My Prediction - Bush 284 / Kerry 254

    Come on Ohio... OHIO... OHIO... OHIO... OHIO...

    UPDATE: 12:41 am FOX News, and CBS News calls Ohio for BUSH


    America - FUCK YEAH !!!!

    UPDATE: 1:20 am CBS and Dan Rather Will not call ANYTHING. Fuck Rather.

    Update: 1:28 Un-named dem loser on MSNBC allready talking about Hillary in 2008.

    Update: 1:35 Kerry won't concede, even though he is down by 100,000 in Ohio

    Update: 2:00 Its late, so I just stole this from my friend at Logic Monkey

    Even with
    MoveOn.Org
    Michael Moore
    c-BS, NBC, ABC, CNN
    Sheer, Ivins, Rich, Krugman, Dowd
    International A.N.S.W.E.R.
    NPR
    Daily Kos, Atrios, DemocraticUnderground,
    Anti-War, Anti- RNC anti-everything rallies,
    Sean Penn, Susan Sarandon, Babs, that whole lot of idiots
    MTV, Sean Puffy Combs
    College Campuses

    The Democrats still cannot win !

    Fuck this shit... I wan't to hear Kerry concede !

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  • A letter from my friend Rudolph Giuliani

    On September 11, our nation faced the worst attack in our history.

    On that day, we had to confront reality. Our people were brave in their response.

    At the time, we believed we would be attacked many more times that day and in the days that followed. Spontaneously, I grabbed the arm of then Police Commissioner Bernard Kerik and said to Bernie, "Thank God George Bush is our President." I've been saying that every day since.

    We needed George Bush then; we need him now; and we need him for four more years!

    President Bush is making certain that we are combating terrorism at the source, beyond our shores, so we can reduce the risk of having to confront it in our streets at home.

    John Kerry's record of inconsistent positions on combating terrorism gives us no confidence he'll pursue such a determined course.

    Terrorism did not start on September 11, 2001. It had been festering for many years.

    President Bush will not submit America to a "global test" from other countries that seek to dissuade us from what is necessary for our defense.

    Under President Bush, America will lead rather than follow.

    President Bush is the leader we need for the next four years because he sees beyond today and tomorrow. He has a vision of a peaceful Middle East and, therefore, a safer world.

    And together we have a responsibility to do all we can to give President Bush has four more years to continue winning the War on Terror and making the world safer.

    Talk to your family, your friends, your coworkers and your neighbors. Make sure they understand the dramatic contrast between the President Bush and Senator Kerry.

    And make sure your fellow Americans understand the power of their vote on November 2nd--and proudly tell them that, like me, you'll be voting for George W. Bush for four more years!

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  • I endorse...

    Who you think?

    GWB !

    Cause America would be a shithole without him.

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