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[25 Feb 2009|09:49pm]
Train Horns

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Blast from the past [13 Jan 2009|08:53pm]
bloodninja: Ok baby, we got to hurry, I don't know how long I can keep it ready for you.

j_gurli3: thats ok. ok i'm a japanese schoolgirl, what r u.

bloodninja: A Rhinocerus. Well, hung like one, thats for sure.

j_gurli3: haha, ok lets go.

j_gurli3: i put my hand through ur hair, and kiss u on the neck.

bloodninja: I stomp the ground, and snort, to alert you that you are in my breeding territory.

j_gurli3: haha, ok, u know that turns me on.

j_gurli3: i start unbuttoning ur shirt.

bloodninja: Rhinoceruses don't wear shirts.

j_gurli3: No, ur not really a Rhinocerus silly, it's just part of the game.

bloodninja: Rhinoceruses don't play games. They f*cking charge your ass.

j_gurli3: stop, cmon be serious.

bloodninja: It doesn't get any more serious than a Rhinocerus about to charge your ass.

bloodninja: I stomp my feet, the dust stirs around my tough skinned feet.

j_gurli3: thats it.

bloodninja: Nostrils flaring, I lower my head. My horn, like some phallic symbol of my potent virility, is the last thing you see as skulls collide and mine remains the victor. You are now a bloody red ragdoll suspended in the air on my mighty horn.

bloodninja: Goddam am I hard now.
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TWO THINGS [24 Dec 2008|02:06am]
The MVP of Euroleague,
Rudy, Rudy,
He'll spot up and drain the three,
Rudy, Rudy,
We brought the lad from sunny Spain,
He gets the ball and scores again,
Rudy Fernandez, Portland's number five!

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Bush is a ninja [14 Dec 2008|04:08pm]
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HOLY SHIT [29 Nov 2008|01:03am]

I don't know whether to laugh or cry...
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Holy shit [13 Nov 2008|12:24am]
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Finally... [05 Nov 2008|01:06am]
...and with a mandate.

Iowa. Florida. Ohio. Virginia. Colorado. New Mexico. Nevada.

North Carolina? Indiana? Missouri?

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Karl Rove thinks Obama will win [03 Nov 2008|03:40pm]

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Beer = best investment [20 Oct 2008|06:10pm]
Rudy linked me to this:

If you had purchased $1,000 shares of Delta one year ago, you will have $49 today.

If you had purchased $1,000 shares of AIG one year ago, you will have $33 today.

If you had purchased $1,000 shares of Lehman Bros one year ago, you will have $zero today


But if you had purchased $1,000 worth of beer one year ago, drank all the beer, then turned in the aluminum cans you would have $214 today.


Based on the above the best current investment plan is to drink heavily and recycle. It is called the 401Keg Plan.
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YOU DUMB!! YOU DUMB AS HELL BITCH!!! [01 Oct 2008|10:50pm]

After a lengthy, smiling pause, Sarah Palin could not name a Supreme Court decision she disagrees with, beyond Roe v. Wade, in an interview that aired tonight on CBS.

The Alaska governor had just finished explaining that abortion should be decided by individual states when CBS anchor Katie Couric asked, "What other Supreme Court decisions do you disagree with?"

"Well, let's see," Palin said, stalling for time. "There's, of course -- in the great history of America rulings, there have been rulings, that's never going to be absolute consensus by every American. And there are those issues, again, like Roe v. Wade where I believe are best held on a state level and addressed there. So, you know, going through the history of America, there would be, there would be others but..."

Asked again if she could think of any, Palin answered without naming a ruling or even subject area on which she would challenge the high court.

One puzzling aspect of Palin's non-response is that she was heavily involved in one of the court's biggest cases, a decision three months ago to slash the punitive damages awarded to those whose livelihoods were affected by the 1989 Exxon Valdez oil spill in Prince William Sound. The court ended nearly two decades of legal battles by cutting the award from $2.5 billion to $500 million.

Palin sided with the nearly 33,000 fishermen, native Alaskans and others who sued because of the accident -- although she and her husband dropped out because of his commercial fishing business -- and she denounced the court ruling afterward. But she made no mention of the case in the interview.
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How is this not incredibly relevant? [15 Sep 2008|12:44am]
To the surprise of no one, Europeans are much more favorably inclined toward Obama than McCain. Nearly 7 in 10 Europeans felt favorably toward Obama, with his best reviews coming in France (85 percent), the Netherlands (85 percent) and Germany (83 percent). About one-quarter of Europeans had favorable feelings toward McCain; he was most well-liked in Portugal (35 percent), the Netherlands (33 percent), Spain (33 percent) and the United Kingdom (33 percent).

Europeans are similarly inclined when asked whether Obama or McCain would do more to improve transatlantic relations. With Obama as president, 47 percent of Europeans responding said, relations would improve, 29 percent said they would stay the same, and 5 percent predicted things would get worse. Eleven percent of Europeans said that relations between Europe and the United States would improve with McCain in the White House; 49 percent said things would stay the same, and 13 percent said relations would get worse.

Good thing for McCain that Europe doesn't get a vote this fall.


Do Republicans get off on being hated by the rest of the world? AMERIKKKA?
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ITS GONNA BLOW [14 Sep 2008|11:43am]
I'm so glad McCain chose Palin as his running mate!

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It begins. [23 Aug 2008|01:11pm]

Haha guess where Joe Biden is from? SCRANTON, PENNSYLVANIA!


Also, on the topic of lowering the drinking age to 18... what do you guys think? Before I was 21, I would have been all over this like honey on a beehive (if you can go to war for your country, why can't you drink??). But now that I'm 21, I don't want little punkass 18-year-olds in the bars with me! Also, I feel like there is sort of a "trickle-down" effect based on drinking age. Like, you don't really know too many people who are 4-5+ years younger than you (aside from family or neighbors or whatever), so that makes it harder for 14-, 15-, and 16-year-olds to get alcohol. But if we lower the age to 18, that means high school seniors will be able to buy, and will make it A LOT easier for younger kids to get a hold of alcohol.

I do believe that you should be able to drink when you are 18, and that it is ridiculous for college freshmen to be cited with MIPs for just drinking, but like I said I am skeptical about what would happen if we lowered the age to 18. What about this solution: lower the DRINKING age to 18, but keep the BUYING age at 21. The system would be the same, if you are under 21 you still need to find someone to buy it for you, but if you get caught with alcohol or caught drunk, you won't get in trouble. Realistically this probably wouldn't fly, but it seems like a sort of compromise between the two sides.
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Baltimore is seriously one of the coolest cities ever [19 Aug 2008|02:31am]

Not just that though. They are also the first city in the U.S. (or one of the first) to really take the Netherlands' approach to drug use, treating it as a health issue rather than a crime, and it has been working amazingly.
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IM DRUNK [12 Aug 2008|02:52am]

The game is....


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What do you think... [07 Aug 2008|01:24pm]
Have any presidents ever run with more than just a vice president? Like not necessarily on the ticket, but made promises of who he would appoint beforehand.

Basically, my question is what if Obama promised that Hilary would be his Secretary of State or something, so it would almost be like a 3 person ticket, just she wouldn't be VP. And why stop there, why not run with Al Gore as your Secretary of Energy, and John Edwards as the Attorney General? Wesley Clark as Secretary of Defense?

I don't know how realistic it is, but I like the idea because it's more like you are electing a team than just one guy who can do whatever he wants. Plus it adds a lot of experience and credibility to Obama's ticket. And it drives home a point that I try to make when people talk about how 'inexperienced' Obama is, which is that he will be able to assemble an awesome team to help him, and the "Obama administration" would be more than just Obama and his VP, just like the Bush administration is more than just Bush and Cheney.
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[05 Aug 2008|09:55am]

This is a crazy story...

I love how religion is the ultimate cop-out. "Oh, no, you don't understand... I'm not a bad person, the DEVIL made me do it!"
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[06 Jul 2008|02:52am]
I hate how religious most of America is.

P.S. What is the opposite of 'R.I.P.'? Like, if someone dies, and you are like "hell yeah, get the fuck off of the earth," what abbreviation can you use for that? GTFOOTE seems weird... it's gotta be like 3 letters at max. YFS is good, or GYD (you fucking suck and glad you died, respectively), but I would like some input. Something about dancing on the grave might work...

The reason I am posting this second half is because I just read this article:


Note this part, and you might gain some insight as to why the rest of the world hates America:

"Helms gained notoriety largely through his opposition to racial equality, gay rights and federal appointments that he and his supporters considered to be too liberal. He served five terms in the Senate before retiring in 2003. For several years while the GOP controlled the Senate, Helms was chairman of the Foreign Relations Committee."

So I need to amend my earlier post. Obviously I hate how religious America is, but I also hate how FUCKING RETARDED most of the voting population is (does that go hand-in-hand?). 5 terms?? Five. FIVE? Five.

(longer article here: http://ap.google.com/article/ALeqM5iYOEPMoFam4boJpOyGZcalwKPNQgD91NV8RGD)
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[03 Jun 2008|10:08am]
I have been waiting over 6 months for this day....





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This story made me happy: http://www.nytimes.com/2008/04/08/us/politics/08kids.html?ex=1365393600&en=acdabf6d62f2b710&ei=5088&partner=rssnyt&emc=rss


especially the part about Oregon being a battleground, because that means they might actually campaign here!
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