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 Re-Blogging2003-08-13 06:30
by Flemming Funch

I seem to again have enough free attention units in my mind that I can blog on other things than my immediate situation, mention news items, and forward satirical pictures, like this one here of the alleged leader of the free world. I don't know if I have more or less right to throw rotten eggs at George Bush, now that I'm not living in his country any more, but I guess I don't care.

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13 Aug 2003 @ 07:11 by scotty : How does it feel to be
a Free man at last eh !

I betcha that 'You feel GOOD da da da dara ra ra - hav in a good time da ra ra....

(heh heh heh )  

13 Aug 2003 @ 12:57 by sharie : Throwing rotten eggs...
Throwing rotten eggs will actually *improve* the stench he's making!  

14 Aug 2003 @ 01:49 by vaxen : Glad that...
your situation is improving, Flemming, but blaiming 'one man' is escapism of the 'worst' order. If you want to throw 'rotten eggs' why not throw them at the 'American People,' per se, for it is they who have let us all down through cowardice and refusal to see the writing on the wall.

Bush is only a symptom of what has been 'rotten in Denmark' for a very, very, long time. Anyone who refuses to see the truth and tries to blame one man or one party is just not being 'real' about the whole situation.

Nor is it an American 'situation,' in particular, for the rotten roots run very deep into the core of the 'Worlds' elite, not just America. America is largely a puppet. Do you know of whom?

Good luck to you in your new land/lands. And may you prosper.  

15 Aug 2003 @ 13:32 by sharie : Right you are, Vax...
So many american people are possessed by the demon of greed that they prostitute their morals, ethics, spirituality, and anything else they can sell, just to have a bigger house and a fancier car... so they can impress the neighbors?

Underneath it all must be one huge inferiority complex.  

15 Aug 2003 @ 16:35 by ming : Rotten Eggs
Yeah, he's just a symptom, of course. A president somehow ends up being a picture of the collective conscious somehow. But it is so much easier, faster, and more satisfying to just blame him. I wish it was really that easy.  

18 Aug 2003 @ 21:10 by jonsky : There is nothing wrong
The story about people is just that a story
we can write another one any time we like
Infact I'll start the first line.
Now upon a time there is everything and it is constantly changing.We are peace we are happiness we are also not very nice stuff,such is life. Well this story begins with us here on earth,and what we can see from here,if I look enough I can see nothing and that is quit something.Happy travels Ming.(nuff from me)  

27 Aug 2003 @ 09:15 by richenza @ : nuclear
you have no *idea* how insane it makes me every time Bush says "new-cue-lar" instead of nuclear. thanks for the laugh  

19 Feb 2004 @ 14:03 by Smarter than you puds @ : Calling you idiotic is kind
Oh, where to start. I would love to get into the specifics but if I did I would lose you. Why does living outside the U.S. change your situation in ANY WAY? I'm so terrified of the gestapo that exists in our country? *shaking* What a joke. No one and I mean no one who posts here has had their life changed in the slightest way based on what George Bush has done. They think, oh oh, it's possible that someone somewhere has had their library records looked into! Therefore, we are at the mercy of a totalitarian regime. First of all, there actually is a reason for the Patriot Act. You pampered over-reactors would be the first to complain if there was a future terrorist attack, but you sure don't want any action taken that might make that less likely. And the President's pronunciation of "nuclear" is so vitally important to how it affects Americans' lives. In short, your lives and petty complaints might be summed up as "Much Ado About Nothing". And I would LOVE to hear you say one thing that had anything to do with reality.  

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Ive seen this great australian band from when they straetd with Bon Scott twice and every tour since then with both Razors Edge & both Black Ic...  

1 May 2016 @ 22:47 by Kayden @ : qPXwhYzszWtr
Hie, I would like to know the song that was played in Timang. Is it ”fade aw#2&a8y21;? may i know who is the singer?I really love the show. Its cute, trendy in some sense, and very real. Kudos to the Aaron n Huda in the show! =))  

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