You know you saw this coming

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  1. chikapappi
    February 12, 2008 at 1:22 pm

    eih dah! are those Persian girls!!?!!?! !!

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  2. Adrian from Denmark
    February 12, 2008 at 1:43 pm

    Cute, but also bit strange that such a photo should as much as raise anyones eyebrow.

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  3. Adam B.
    February 12, 2008 at 2:09 pm

    No tongues? That’s just a courtesy-kiss… ;)

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  4. EgyPeter
    February 12, 2008 at 3:54 pm

    Heads are gonna roll!

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  5. Twosret
    February 12, 2008 at 4:18 pm

    Sandmonkey,

    Lesbians and gays in the arab world were there before you were born :) nothing new my dear.

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  6. tedders
    February 12, 2008 at 4:25 pm

    “Lesbians and gays in the arab world were there before you were born nothing new my dear”

    Not in Iran!!! LOL

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  7. Twosret
    February 12, 2008 at 5:45 pm

    sure in Iran too :) they have the biggest chastity houses in the world hehehhehe

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  8. Craig
    February 12, 2008 at 7:51 pm

    Cool :)

    I hope they don’t get caught.

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  9. tedders
    February 12, 2008 at 9:53 pm

    But Maohnkey Almondjoydinnerjacket said there were no homosexuals in Iran, if you can’t believe the President of Iran, then who can you believe? Bagdad Bob? ; )

    Hey Two’s : )

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  10. Twosret
    February 12, 2008 at 10:28 pm

    tedders,

    I’m starting to think Sandmonkey took this picture himself :) the clown A.J. didn’t say there are not homosexuals it was a mistake in the translation he said we don’t have the same problem the US does.

    Do you believe Bush Sucks? or Bliar? they are all the same my dear :)

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  11. Craig
    February 12, 2008 at 11:05 pm

    Do you believe Bush Sucks? or Bliar? they are all the same my dear

    Then what the fuck are you and your husband doing in the US, Twosret? Go back to Egypt. Or Palestine. It’s all the same. Don’t let the gate hit you in the ass while you get aboard the plane. Believe it or not, we’ll survive without your wonderful insights into our country.

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  12. anon
    February 12, 2008 at 11:49 pm

    Craig, what the fuck! you insult the woman because she thinks Bush sucks. People like you should be fucked in the ass for loving Bush that much.Who are you mother fucker to ask someone to leave the United States because they dislike Bush?. Egypt is not the same as Palestine Egypt is the mother of all countries and go and fuck yourself with that gate.

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  13. Craig
    February 13, 2008 at 12:11 am

    anon, why don’t you shut the hell up? Twosret used to be a friend of mine, and a couple years ago I defended her here on this blog for a month or so when she had one of her melt-downs. Even when I knew she was saying things about herself that were untrue. It wasn’t until she started attacking me that I gave up on trying to cajole her into being a decent human being. She simply isn’t, and other people can try to bring her around as much as they want. I’m done with her. And I’m done with trying to pretend she’s a “nice” person. She’s a nasty and unpleasant person. And so are you, if your comment is any indication.

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  14. Craig
    February 13, 2008 at 12:13 am

    Sandmonkey, you have any more pics of these girls though? :D

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  15. Twosret
    February 13, 2008 at 12:26 am

    Ibn el magnoona dah akeed beyhabeni we mosh a’der yensa :)

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  16. anonymous
    February 13, 2008 at 12:38 am

    Craig and twosret..take ur love affair elsewhere….like somewhere private without attracting an audience full of unnecessary profanity..

    Monkey baby..ur posts have been weak lately..ya ur Pali frenzy went on 4ver…it got kinda boring…i’m not keen on them crossing borders but u went on and on..zihi2na khalasd..just a tad..the rest of ur posts have been v. fluffy..shou habibee..malak..fee eh?

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  17. another anonymous
    February 13, 2008 at 12:50 am

    Craig you talk too much too aren’t you the marine guy that his wife cheated on him with a police officer the chinese accountant. Stop your lies thrown at Twosret and get her out of your head. She didn’t make one comment to you despite your abuses to her on the blogs.

    Go get help man. Don’t try to use online translation as some slang means something totally different.

    Online translation makes you look like an asshole as usual. Bringing kids into a stupid internet fight goes to show how trashy you are.

    And it is not Magdoona it is Magnoona.

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  18. anon
    February 13, 2008 at 12:52 am

    I suggest we don’t respond to his crazy responses he must be a loose lunatic.

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  19. Craig
    February 13, 2008 at 12:54 am

    Twosret, stop commenting under sock puppet accounts. That’s another abusive and repuls9ive habit you have. You know very well what I said just now isn’t a lie. You know very well you told me that story, only in your version they only called the cops on you because they are all racists.

    And that’s cute, how you claim you never said “one word” to me on this blog. Sandmonkey has archives, you know.

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  20. Craig
    February 13, 2008 at 12:56 am

    By the way, Twosret, I don’t have archives of our voice chats but I do have archives of the IM chats and I’d watch it if I was you. I’ll start dumping them here if you want to continue calling me a liar.

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  21. another anonymous
    February 13, 2008 at 12:58 am

    Same old Shit of Craig who fights with everyone and throws shit at them Like Abu Sinan on Leilouta and on his Libyan friend blog. Anyone who disagrees with him is a sock puppet.

    Fuck you man and in arabic Kos Omak look it up on your translation searches.

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  22. Craig
    February 13, 2008 at 1:02 am

    Twosret everyone knows all these anons are you, you stupid shit. Why Sandmonkey covers for you, I’ll never know, but he could easily expose you if he wanted to.

    Sandmonkey, how about it? You going to let her continue with this shit? She’s been doing it on your blog for 3 years now. Out her ass.

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  23. Chicka
    February 13, 2008 at 1:07 am

    You are such a darling friend Craig to spit all this on an old friend even if you still hold grudges….never knew Friendship is a dangerous affair.Please use private communication to fight with your once upon a time friend who is clearly married with little children and stop your abusive behavior in public.The anon and the other one are making things worse on this poor woman,stop having fun fighting boys over the expense of another woman. Who cares about anyone private life or what happens in it.

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  24. tedders
    February 13, 2008 at 1:18 am

    Cool it Craig, keep the personal insults to yourself, you’re the last person here who should be casting stones. This is a forum for different opinions, if you don’t agree with someone it doesn’t make them a bad person, it only means they have a different opinion. Two’s was raised in a much more multi cultural atmosphere than you or I. There is no way she would have the same opinions as the average American, I don’t agree with her politics but I see that as a chance to see thee other side, it’s what makes her interesting. You know, Vive la difference! That’s the America that I know. Did you consider going back to Germany, Ireland or where ever your ancestors came from when Clinton was in office? Didn’t think so. She and her family have every right to live here and bitch and moan to their little hearts content. On election day they can also go vote for whoever they see fit. That makes them more American than the 60% of natural born citizens who don’t vote in my opinion. And just for the record, if you mention her kids, or mine for that matter, in any way other than complimentary or respectfully I’ll do everything possible to alert the authorities in your and my state of the situation. Debate is fine, even snarky remarks and comments, leave everyones kids out of it, capeesh?

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  25. tedders
    February 13, 2008 at 1:28 am

    “Egypt is the mother of all countries”

    Ummm, she’s not the mother of my country, thank God!

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  26. Craig
    February 13, 2008 at 2:33 am

    Everyone on this blog has known about Twosret and her “friends” who only show up when she’s having a tussle with somebody, and are never on the blog at any other time. Sandmonkey even fired a shot across her bow once with a post about how he knew who the anonymous troll was (due to his ability to track IPs) but he didn’t expose her. Because she is his friend. Sandmonkey, we all know. We’ve known for years. Many of the people Twosret victimized no longer comment on your blog, because of what she did. If you can’t / won’t expose her, at least block anonymous comments. None of your regulars comments as anonymous anyway.

    Please use private communication to fight with your once upon a time friend who is clearly married with little children

    Who are you trying to fool? never said anything about the age of your children, Twosret. And it’s not spelled “Chicka” – it’s spelled “Chica” :P

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  27. Craig
    February 13, 2008 at 2:47 am

    Tedders,

    Cool it Craig, keep the personal insults to yourself, you’re the last person here who should be casting stones.

    I’m the first person who should be casting stones, as I used to be her biggest defender on this blog. When other people said the same things about her that I say now, I said “No, you guys have her all wrong”. Only, they didn’t. At all.

    This is a forum for different opinions, if you don’t agree with someone it doesn’t make them a bad person, it only means they have a different opinion.

    Tedders, you have no idea what the circumstances are, and if you think it’s a mere difference of opinion you are dead wrong.

    Two’s was raised in a much more multi cultural atmosphere than you or I.

    No she wasn’t. Do you know where Twosret grew up? Do you know where I grew up? No? Then perhaps you shouldn’t comment on these matters.

    I assume you think she grew up in Egypt… do you believe Egypt is more “multi-cultural” than Los Angeles is? That’s a laugh man.

    There is no way she would have the same opinions as the average American

    Well, see, that’s another thing… she was telling everyone on this blog that she was American, a few weeks after she told me she didn’t even have her green card yet. But that’s a different issue.

    I don’t agree with her politics but I see that as a chance to see thee other side, it’s what makes her interesting. You know, Vive la difference! That’s the America that I know.

    I have a much better source to see “the other side” from than Twosret. She’s an Egyptian Christian who is a Palestinian activist, who grew up in the West. What other side is that? I’ve known Egyptian Christians all of my life. I don’t need to go far to hear what an Egyptian Copt in the US has to say about anything. I certainly don’t need to be reading Arab blogs for that. On the other hand, I talk to an Arab Muslim who actually lives in the ME every day. Viva la difference and shit, right? :P

    Debate is fine, even snarky remarks and comments, leave everyones kids out of it, capeesh?

    Why should I leave her kids out of it? She brought my mother into it, didn’t she? She called my mother a crazy/retarded person. I thought that was an ideal chance for me to point out that while she doesn’t even know anything about my mother, that she fits that description quite nicely. Capiche?

    And why don’t you try minding your own business too, Tedders.

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  28. Chicka
    February 13, 2008 at 2:50 am

    I’m an Egyptian living in England and you can check my IP if you want, in Egypt we call each other Chika’s you can ask any Egyptian on board.I did post here before but your evil eye doesn’t see and your little brain can’t think.Don’t start with me because you will not go anywhere.Childish Childish Childish.

    “fired a shot across her bow” where do you live on a RSS ship in the middle of an ocean bored like hell?

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  29. anon
    February 13, 2008 at 2:54 am

    Craig,
    why don’t you just relax and watch the two women kissing and help yourself to release some of your frustration in a manly way instead of all this shit you write.

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  30. anon
    February 13, 2008 at 2:59 am

    “Ibn el magnoona dah akeed beyhabeni we mosh a’der yensa ”

    hold on the comment doesn’t even say Craig?

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  31. Chicka
    February 13, 2008 at 3:01 am

    you beat me to it anon, I’m out of here.

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  32. Craig
    February 13, 2008 at 3:17 am

    Gee, Twosret stops commenting and 4 anonymous Egyptians start commenting in her defense, all at exactly the same time.

    Twosret, you really are a magnoona aren’t you?

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  33. Craig
    February 13, 2008 at 3:19 am

    I’m an Egyptian living in England and you can check my IP if you want

    I wish that I could, Twosret, but only Sandmonkey has access to your IP and he’s been covering for you a long time. You abuse his friendship pretty badly.

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  34. Saul Wall
    February 13, 2008 at 3:21 am

    Regarding the President of Iran and his comment about Homosexuals:

    “a mistake in the translation” – That seems to happen a lot. Whether it is a Hamas kid show, a Sharia court rulings or an proclamation on Israel, nothing in any middle eastern language is ever correctly translated. Even when native speakers say the translation is right it “really” isn’t. Is there any cleric or head of state in the MENA region who is not stricken with a speech impediment?

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  35. tedders
    February 13, 2008 at 3:27 am

    I’m not the only person here alarmed at your rhetoric, this isn’t the first time you’ve verbally attacked other commentors. It’s not your job to take up a personal crusade against people who don’t agree with you. They have as much of a right to express themselves as you do. Do it in a respectful and sane manner and there won’t be a problem. Twos and I have been friendly on a personal basis for over a year, I know where she grew up and in what circumstances, I probably more about her than you think you do. I also know more about you than you think. I know that you’re relatively uneducated but feel you know enough to argue subjects with people that have doctorates in the said subjects, the word hubris comes to mind if I were pressed to describe your personality. I know that you talk to women in a way that would get you ass kicked in a millisecond here in Texas. I know that you have a hard time making lasting relationships and will continue to have those problems unless you seek help. I know more about your other failed friendships with other commentors around this and other blogs, do you want me to post those embarrassing exchanges here? If you’re not man enough to suck it up when an irate women says something you don’t like, maybe you should just end the conversation with a , “nice knowing you”, instead of showing your lack of class and upbringing. Leave hers and anyone else’s children out of the conversation, regardless of what anyone says. If someone says something about your mom that you don’t like that’s one thing, if you threaten a child in a public forum, you’re probably going to get a visit from law enforcement.

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  36. tedders
    February 13, 2008 at 3:39 am

    By the way Craig, I grew up in Southern California to, right outside LA. Where did you grow up? Irwindale?

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  37. Twosret
    February 13, 2008 at 4:52 am

    tedders,

    When someone say” masr om el donia ” which means mother of the whole world it doesn’t mean that Egypt is the mother of all countries, it is hard to translate what it means but in Egypt we say that because we love our country so much that we see it the mother of the world. As you know Egypt is a great country but very unfortunate to be invaded by so many powerful forces that have contributed to our current status.

    Egypt is a lovely country. Maybe Sandmonkey can extend an invitation to you to visit one day, you will appreciate the Egyptians very much and know how kind they are.

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  38. Twosret
    February 13, 2008 at 4:56 am

    Saul wall,

    I am not aware of all the translation errors that you refer to but I have a persian neighbor that left Iran and will never go back because of people like A.J. that told me that the translation was wrong soon after I read it on the news. I don’t speak persian and I wouldn’t know for sure and I don’t defend A.J. I actually don’t like the guy one bit.

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  39. Craig
    February 13, 2008 at 7:49 am

    I’m not the only person here alarmed at your rhetoric, this isn’t the first time you’ve verbally attacked other commentors. It’s not your job to take up a personal crusade against people who don’t agree with you. They have as much of a right to express themselves as you do.

    Tedders, you have absolutely no idea what’s going on here. Or with Nomad. It’s a hell of a lot more than political disagreement, so I ask again that you mind your own business.

    As far as “attacking” – your friend Nomad made a death threat against me on Big Pharaoh’s blog. The darling Twosret here threatened a lawsuit against me when I suggested she might have a drinking problem. These are not bot people, buddy.

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  40. Craig
    February 13, 2008 at 7:53 am

    By the way Craig, I grew up in Southern California to, right outside LA. Where did you grow up? Irwindale?

    I didn’t grow up here, Tedders. I grew up in New Jersey and New York. I used to visit my mother here during the summers. I didn’t “live” here until 1983 when I joined the Marines.

    You didn’t answer my question, though. DO you think Egypt is more “multi-cultural” than Los Angeles? Or, any OTHER place in the US for that matter? Egypt has only one culture, as far as I can tell. Arab. Do you disagree?

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  41. taroo2ah
    February 13, 2008 at 9:29 am

    This is a fake picture which was made for particular use of Islamic bad image propaganda. Saudi girls are not so that white skinned and have no such soft hair .. those 2 girls are wearing veil only for taking this picture for use of insulting Muslims and Islam only. The prove on this is that Saudi women and girls are not allowed to show their faces in such public place as in the fake picture.
    Now, you – western people who have no religion – are the last who talk about morals and bad sexual activities that you have a man-man marriage, woman-woman marriage, half of your community are either gay or lesbians and the internet is full of your “body sellers”! You can not talk about our people and leave yours … I think you better talk about yours and let us talk about ours. GO TO HELL.

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  42. nomad
    February 13, 2008 at 11:11 am

    Craig,

    bizarre, I am still waiting for the FBI or Interpol

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  43. Hakim Toutounji
    February 13, 2008 at 11:32 am

    Just a couple of comments:

    Craig: when you say that Egypt has only one culture: arab, you are misunderstanding the word culture. Egypt has a very rich and divers culture that involved arts, sports, history etc. What makes up the culture of a particular country is its history, people, religion etc.

    Also, “Egypt is the mother of the world” refers to the fact that msot people believe civilization started in Egypt with the Pharoes. fromt here, all else came.

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  44. Craig
    February 13, 2008 at 12:42 pm

    Hakim, I was using the word “culture” (one culture) specifically in response to Tedder’s claim that Egypt is more “multi-cultural” than the US.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Multiculturalism

    I think it’s absurd for anyone to try to claim that Egypt (or any other country in the ME) is as diverse as an immigrant country like the US.

    Nomad, I reported your death threat, along with my reasons why I found it to be a credible threat. Whether the FBI does anything with the report or not, is up to them. Maybe we won’t find out until the next time you try to visit the US. Maybe we’ll never find out. I find it mind boggling that you actually made a death threat against me, and you don’t think there’s anything wrong with that. Is that normal in France, to threaten to have people murdered? Or is it just you?

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  45. Nomad
    February 13, 2008 at 1:18 pm

    too bad for you I am supported by your army now, and I got invited in the US , I’ll get there when I get time and enough euros to spend :lol:

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  46. anon
    February 13, 2008 at 2:40 pm

    Shit man first it is Twosret now it is Nomad blah blah blah.

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  47. anon
    February 13, 2008 at 2:47 pm

    Nomad, the FBI is going to really pay attention to a two years old kid report and leave all what they have to do and come to arrest you overseas, he needs more persian lesbian girls the two above aren’t enough.Send him some European sluts to blow his mind off with a good blow job.

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  48. Roman Kalik
    February 13, 2008 at 3:08 pm

    Tedders,

    I won’t really step into this one, but to quote part of what Craig originally said:

    Do your kids know that the staff at the clinic your husband used to work for called the police on you for being abusive and disruptive? “Magdoona” doesn’t seem like a word you should be using for other people’s mothers, my dear.

    This was not a threat, Tedders. This was, at most, a counter-insult to Twosret, mentioning her children to illustrate what Craig is saying – that she isn’t the sanest mother in the world, and thus shouldn’t be insulting anyone else’s mother.

    I personally believe that Craig should try to better control his emotions rather than get drawn into old personal vendettas time and time again – but you’ve gone overboard in your implications against him. I see no threats here, and to imply that there was one here is simply wrong.

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  49. tedders
    February 13, 2008 at 3:46 pm

    You didn’t answer my question, though. DO you think Egypt is more “multi-cultural” than Los Angeles? Or, any OTHER place in the US for that matter? Egypt has only one culture, as far as I can tell. Arab. Do you disagree?

    No, LA is “very multi cultural” to say the least, maybe one of the most diverse areas in the world. I haven’t been back there in fifteen years, I grew up in Huntington Beach, as a wee lad. I still have relatives in the surrounding area. We thought it was crowded in the late sixties and early seventies! Last time I was there I was overwhelmed and amazed.

    Roman, point taken, I think Craig handled my rant pretty well. I’m a little sensitive to the children thing I suppose. I wasn’t a dad until the age of 36 and suddenly all these parenting/protective behaviors surfaced. Anyone who has kids would understand I think. I hope he understands where I was coming from.

    Two’s,
    “Egypt is a lovely country”
    I’ve never had the opportunity to go there but I would love to. I didn’t mean anything derogatory about Egypt. People who only read the news reports about Texas would think crazy things about it, they might be right! I don’t have much room to talk concerning non citizens storming across our border, that’s for sure!

    Famous quote of the day: Can’t we all just get along?

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  50. Chicka
    February 13, 2008 at 3:47 pm

    Roman Kalik,
    You are very wrong to step into this one yourself. No one here knows or cares what kind of a father you are.You are blinded by your political disagreement with your rival Twosret and he has no right to bring her family into this discussion or discuss any personal information given to him in private when she trusted his friendship.Your role as a father and her role as a mother is not part of this blog or of an importance to the world. Any personal encounters that happens between commentators shouldn’t be brought up in public without the other party agreeing.Threatning to expose private chats and personal information is an abuse and emotional blackmailing to any member of this community or any other community not to mention friendship.
    You need to control your emotinal charge against Twosret for her political views.

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  51. Twosret
    February 13, 2008 at 3:54 pm

    tedders,
    I wasn’t just brought up in Egypt and I have attended many forgein schools this just goes to show how much people pretend to know about me.

    Anyway may I ask Chicka and others to stop responding to this topic. This has been going on for ages and won’t stop so let us just move on.

    RK,

    butt off you Zionist boy you :)

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  52. Twosret
    February 13, 2008 at 3:54 pm

    Nomad,

    Bonjour what happened to your blog?

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  53. Adrian from Denmark
    February 13, 2008 at 4:04 pm

    Oh boy!
    Show a picture of 2 women kissing eachother, and what began as a loveaffair turned into some hatecampaign.

    What happend to love? :-(

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  54. tedders
    February 13, 2008 at 4:06 pm

    “I wasn’t just brought up in Egypt and I have attended many forgein schools this just goes to show how much people pretend to know about me.”

    I wished I had your experiences growing up. All the places you’ve lived sound wonderful to me. I’d trade my boring upbringing with yours any day!

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  55. Twosret
    February 13, 2008 at 4:09 pm

    lol@adrian there is no love affair on the hate fight above trust me there is so much mess and craziness but love is not part of this. Damm those Libyans and what they cause with their messed up lives.

    I’m a happily married woman for almost 8 years with lovely kids :)

    Unless you are referring to the lesbian veiled love :)

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  56. Twosret
    February 13, 2008 at 4:20 pm

    tedders,

    Let us meet for coffee on voting day :)

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  57. karen
    February 13, 2008 at 4:56 pm

    Craig is certainly right about the sock puppets.

    The sentence structure (or lack of), punctuation (or lack of) and choice of words gives it away :)

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  58. Chicka
    February 13, 2008 at 5:10 pm

    Karen, sure you are give it up for the smart one everyone she knows best.

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  59. Chicka
    February 13, 2008 at 5:15 pm

    Maybe because we are dealing here with Jewish team against Egyptian team,you see we Egyptians can’t write English like the way you want to portray us,we can’t structure a sentence like you do.Your hate is greater than ours and you make every effort to put us down.English was never our first language and will never be because Arabic is and you can try to speak to me in Arabic and show us your Arabic skills and your structure and punctuation.We still can read and write pretty well to respond to your garbage.Write me in arabic next time ya yahoodia and I will respond and correct your sentence.Meet me at an Arabic blog and try to write Arabic ya kharia enti.

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  60. tedders
    February 13, 2008 at 5:16 pm

    “tedders,

    Let us meet for coffee on voting day ”

    I’d love to! But I’m pretty sure our votes would cancel out each others!!! LOL

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  61. Roman Kalik
    February 13, 2008 at 5:16 pm

    Chicka,

    Your implications about me or whatever bias you imply I hold are irrelevant to the matter at hand. I’ve don’t hide my dislike towards Twosret (and it goes beyond mere political views), but as much as Craig’s threats to reveal personal information (or the information revealed above) are wrong, this does not make the implication made by Tedders right (by the way, Tedders, you’re alright in my book – not everyone is capable of admitting to have been in the wrong), and he’s not breaking a trust that wasn’t already broken.

    Though you may be unaware, both Twosret and Craig have already broken that line – Twosret doing it quite often, and in her own blog. Will you pass the same criticism to the woman whom you so ardently protect?

    Oh, and by the way – unless you’ve been dilligently reading up on all my replies for the past two years, you wouldn’t know the full extent of my discussions (read: arguments) with Twosret, and thus would have little reason to make such snap judgements. And that Another Anonymous is little better – one can’t help but wonder where the gossip and mud on Craig’s personal life came from.

    Craig can’t let go of a grudge and is quick to anger, but Twosret does the Passive Agressive routine like a pro.

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  62. Roman Kalik
    February 13, 2008 at 5:26 pm

    Chicka,

    English is my third language. And your point, other than trying to pin the “hater” label on anyone who doesn’t fully agree with you, is… what, exactly?

    Incidentally, most of the people up here in this reply thread aren’t Israeli. Or Jewish. Amazing, isn’t it?

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  63. Twosret
    February 13, 2008 at 5:31 pm

    “Though you may be unaware, both Twosret and Craig have already broken that line – Twosret doing it quite often, and in her own blog. Will you pass the same criticism to the woman whom you so ardently protect?”

    Show me one post where I wrote anything about this guy on my blog or on this blog or any other blog for the past year.

    Nobody gives a rat ass who you have in your books as good guy or bad guy! this is just the internet! a freaking blog !………..where people just write. Don’t take it too serious and throw this mess my way. Get a life and stop your long analysis that means nothing.

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  64. Twosret
    February 13, 2008 at 5:38 pm

    Chicka,

    Please please please let us stop responding to this. It will never end. This is just endless shit that this insane man doesn’t stop for YEARS freaking YEARS with nothing to do but to fish for me whenever I have time to blog.

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  65. Chicka
    February 13, 2008 at 5:43 pm

    Allright.

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  66. karen
    February 13, 2008 at 5:56 pm

    Ya Yahoodia, eh “chick, chick” :)

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  67. Roman Kalik
    February 13, 2008 at 6:16 pm

    I take all inter-person relations seriously, Twosret, regardless of how serious or not I may behave. Using masks is far too easy on the Internet – and masks give people a false sense of liberty – that they can say and do anything, anything at all, and still treat it all as if it didn’t *really* happen, that you weren’t talking to real people – living, breathing people, who can be hurt. But it’s easy to reduce people to a screen name and avatar…

    To avoid the above, we have this thing called “maturity”. Like it or not, blogs are like any fora – they’re not mere pubs with a newspaper feel to them.

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  68. Chicka
    February 13, 2008 at 6:31 pm

    Lovely Roman thinks he is so human that he defends someone who brings children into fights on the internet and defends that a woman and her family should pack and go if she doesn’t like Bush.Still couldn’t provide a link where Twosret wrote about Craig and to avoid trouble he intervenes rather than shut up and leave the inmature alone.
    Karen tell yourself that in the mirror everytime you wake up ana yahoodia zeballa it will make you feel better.Let me follow Roman logic and induce some human approach that he defends and ask Karen when does she cares for her children and clean her house and takes care of them when she is on many blogs 24/7 she is not the best sane mother.does her kids knows what she does on the internet?

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  69. anon
    February 13, 2008 at 6:34 pm

    cheesy cheesy Roman K.Chicka rip their asses.

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  70. ito
    February 13, 2008 at 9:04 pm

    @ 55, Adrian, Love has no place in some people’s equation of life.
    If a guy and a girl cannot go out without being married or related to eachother then what do we expect when two girls kiss? Let them enjoy their moment. Everything passes. So will these rules. So will all change.
    In my next life I want to be a ninja. If anyone bothers me I will throw a star at them. Quietly so I won’t disturb the public from their reverie.

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  71. The Nightfly
    February 13, 2008 at 9:53 pm

    I come for the blog, but I stay for the drama.

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  72. tedders
    February 13, 2008 at 10:45 pm

    “by the way, Tedders, you’re alright in my book – not everyone is capable of admitting to have been in the wrong”

    I admit to being wrong all the time, I’m married!! LOL

    Thanks Roman, you’re not to bad yourself for a Zionist! (just kidding!) We share many viewpoints.

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  73. tedders
    February 13, 2008 at 10:48 pm

    “but I stay for the drama.”

    Ha, that’s just a bonus!!

    Like I tell my young nieces, “Save the drama for yo Mama!”

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  74. Craig
    February 13, 2008 at 11:06 pm

    Nomad,

    too bad for you I am supported by your army now, and I got invited in the US , I’ll get there when I get time and enough euros to spend :lol:

    Did you think that made some kind of sense? The Department of Defense has nothing to do with law enforcement, or any other internal matters in the US. If you think the US military likes French people, you’ve got more screws loose than I thought, but even if they did it would be completely meaningless. And your nationality has nothing to do with the crime you committed, any way.

    Twosret,

    Please please please let us stop responding to this. It will never end. This is just endless shit that this insane man doesn’t stop for YEARS freaking YEARS with nothing to do but to fish for me whenever I have time to blog.

    Yes. It’s been two years. And you and Nomad are the two people from the blogs that I will never forgive. You both betrayed friendships with me, and you both betrayed another who you called a friend at the same time. In your case, you betrayed the person who introduced me to you in the first place. The two of you have convinced me that it’s dangerous to make friends on the internet. There are no consequences for your behavior, because we don’t have the same circle of friends. So you do whatever the hell you want, and you hurt people as much as you want, and you think it’s fine. It isn’t. I used to trust people I met on the internet. I don’t any more. And that’s on you.

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  75. Craig
    February 13, 2008 at 11:10 pm

    Nobody gives a rat ass who you have in your books as good guy or bad guy! this is just the internet! a freaking blog !………..where people just write.

    That’s exactly the problem,. right there. Have you read our (formerly)mutual friend’s recent blog posts? Do you feel any guilt or any responsibility for that at all, Twosret? Do you, Nomad? Why should you. It’s just a blog. And these are just words. Right?

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  76. Nadine
    February 14, 2008 at 12:20 am

    Wow, this is becoming very much like Youtube, except most people can spell. This post started off as such a beautiful thing. Two veiled women, two paradigms of propriety and modesty, two wonderful testaments to the beauty of self-sacrifice…MAKING OUT. Oh, its just so juicy.

    I think we should customize it. Slap it on a poster with the caption “Al Islam Howa El 7al” and distribute it across Cairo. Wouldn’t the MB just DIE? They’d just DIE. I would DIE.

    We’d all get arrested but it would be totally worth it.

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  77. Adrian from Denmark
    February 14, 2008 at 12:20 am

    @Twosret

    >> Unless you are referring to the lesbian veiled love

    Yes, it was the blog-post I refered to as the beginning :-)

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  78. tedders
    February 14, 2008 at 12:35 am

    ” except most people can spell.”

    To funny!

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  79. Khalid
    February 14, 2008 at 4:52 am

    Cowboy #11 We leave our countries and out root ourselves and immigrate to America seeking freedom not for someone to tell us that if you open our mouth and excercise our freedom and rights of speech we should pack and go.

    No my American buddy,you will not take our freedom away because we have sacrificed a lot by leaving our beloved countries seeking freedom. If I wanted more money I will be in Saudi Arabia not America but, I will be making three times more what I make here in the United States. I chose America because it is the land of the free.

    No one is packing and leaving anywhere,we will remain here and enjoy our freedom to say what we want to say and express our opinions.We the good citizens of the United States of America,the hard working people who pay their taxes and contribute to this country deserve our freedom of speech and our consitutional rights,we earned it and paid the price for it.

    If you can’t live by the laws of this country and respect our rights then you are the one who has a problem and need to settle with yourself and survive.

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  80. Abestar
    February 14, 2008 at 5:20 am

    Okay I gotta sy it, HAWT!

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  81. Twosret
    February 14, 2008 at 11:55 am

    Roman Kalik,

    You sound so guillble. Are you a new user of the internet? man you better be very careful with who you deal with under nicknames. There are many sick people out there. You don’t hear of my space and the crimes that happens from trusting people on the internet and thinking they are good humans.

    Some people are not worth even to be reduced to an avatar they are a piece of garbage that you close your nose if you pass by them in real life because they are so sick and they stink so bad.

    You remember when you were little and your mommy used to tell you don’t speak to strangers. I hope you still apply this rule otherwise you are ruined man :)

    So go and play nice before you throw your unsolicited diagnosis on me otherwise I might have to give you a little spanky ;)

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  82. Twosret
    February 14, 2008 at 12:00 pm

    Adrian,

    Thank God :)

    Nadine,

    You crack me up!

    Tedders,

    It sounds like coffee won’t do it for us, we need to add chocolate cake :)

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  83. Twosret
    February 14, 2008 at 12:03 pm

    Nightfly,

    Amen.

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  84. Nomad
    February 14, 2008 at 5:17 pm

    oh, Daddy, we miss you so much ;

    hey, j’ai rien compris à ton blog :lol:

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  85. Twosret
    February 14, 2008 at 5:46 pm

    No DESSERT NO WAY! it is V. day today and I starved myself to eat my chocolate cake!!! (stumping my feet)

    I HATE YOU!
    :)

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  86. karen
    February 14, 2008 at 5:48 pm

    And here is my little saying of the day:

    Class CAN’T be bought. You either have it or you don’t :)

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  87. tedders
    February 14, 2008 at 6:29 pm

    Where were you when we needed a little supervision? You left and didn’t give us a bedtime! I think your just as culpable as we are, so no desert for you to!

    To funny! (serious moment) Does this mean Twos and I can’t have cake now? Surely these rules don’t apply to us!

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  88. tedders
    February 14, 2008 at 6:31 pm

    Funny link Bj, here’s my favorite one, I crack up every time I read it!!!:

    “Date: Thu, 23 Mar 2006 01:52:09 -0500
    Subject: My hat

    In order to make certain that inconsequential items like childbirth and education do not interfere with the worship of my hat, I have created a new YahooGroup.

    This new group should allow the neighborhood’s deconstruction of my hat and its impact on society, as well as the history surrounding the critique of my hat and the social consequences of that history, to be debated without comment from naysayers who do not appreciate the import of my hat.

    To join my new YahooGroup, please send an email to ParkSlopeParentsDiscussingBensHat-subscribe@yahoogroups.com

    Perhaps this might finally remove any further hat talk from my beloved PSP.

    # # #

    This is a group for people who would like to address the myriad ways in which a 42 year-old man’s little boy hat can cause gender stereotyping, bulletin board rage, and the decline of western civilization.

    Group Email Addresses Post message: ParkSlopeParentsDiscussingBensHat@yahoogroups.com Subscribe: ParkSlopeParentsDiscussingBensHat-subscribe@yahoogroups.com Unsubscribe: ParkSlopeParentsDiscussingBensHat-unsubscribe@yahoogroups.com List owner: ParkSlopeParentsDiscussingBensHat-owner@yahoogroups.com

    Give me my hat back, Helene!

    Ben”

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  89. tedders
    February 14, 2008 at 6:34 pm

    Did I say desert instead of dessert?
    That’s the fatal flaw in spell checker if you ask me!
    Where the content checker software? LOL

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  90. Twosret
    February 14, 2008 at 6:45 pm

    tedders :( you can’t spell and Roman Kalik write things like this “I’ve don’t hide my dislike towards Twosret”.

    I’m calling the puppet police you are both under arrest :)

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  91. brooklynjon
    February 14, 2008 at 6:47 pm

    There. Much better.

    Fine, Two, you can have your V-Day cake. But I’m watching you…

    Here’s a news story that makes you rethink just how dangerous Michigan is.
    http://www.thestar.com/News/World/article/274010

    Happy Valentines Day, everyone!

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  92. Twosret
    February 14, 2008 at 7:41 pm

    BJ,

    I’m having a small sacher torte for the whole family.

    I can’t help but feel terrible for the poor cow. Those poor animals that we invaded their world with cars and machines.

    tedders,

    This is horrible

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  93. tedders
    February 14, 2008 at 7:56 pm

    There weren’t any cows here before we brought them from Europe, so maybe you mean Buffalos which we did screw over pretty well, they were gone long before cars got here. I guess this cow just didn’t understand Newtonian gravitational theories. (snickering….)

    In my defense I have to note that the cowtapults in question were completely computer generated. No actual animals were injured or abused in anyway during the making of the clip. I was looking for the Monty Python cowtapult clip but found this on instead. You did read BJ’s article from Michigan didn’t you?

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  94. Joanne
    February 14, 2008 at 8:39 pm

    I can’t say I find two lesbians kissing appealing – nope, nada.

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  95. Twosret
    February 14, 2008 at 8:48 pm

    yes I did :) I don’t eat cow,pig,chicken and if it were not for Sushi then I wouldn’t eat fish but I love eggs though :( and I’m not a quaker please I did immunize my kids and they are not homeschooled :)

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  96. brooklynjon
    February 14, 2008 at 11:17 pm

    “I can’t help but feel terrible for the poor cow. Those poor animals that we invaded their world with cars and machines.”

    An interesting point. Perhaps this cow was the vanguard of a coming wave of suicidal bovine-american terrorists opposing the occupation with the only weapon they have – 600 pounds of USDA choice beef.

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  97. Twosret
    February 15, 2008 at 12:44 am

    Yeah right Mr. smarty pants. What are you doing for Valentines day? eating a kosher cow? :)

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  98. brooklynjon
    February 15, 2008 at 3:47 am

    If only Two. I’m stuck on call in the hospital, eating cheap Mexican food cooked by Chinese people, which is oddly a common restaurant genre in New York.

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  99. tedders
    February 15, 2008 at 4:24 am

    A fate as bad as one can imagine:
    “eating cheap Mexican food cooked by Chinese people,”
    Oh the treachery of it all!

    At least her in Texas the mexican food is made by Mexicans, the only trouble is you never know what part of the cow you eating!

    I’m thinking of starting a new Yahoogroup
    This new group should allow the critical discussion of cheap mexican food and its impact on society, as well as the history surrounding the phenomena of mexican food prepared by other nationalities and the social consequences of that result from that preparation, to be debated with or without comment from individuals who do or do not appreciate the importance of said cheap mexican cuisine. Details forthcoming soon.

    Just a thought.

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  100. brooklynjon
    February 15, 2008 at 4:27 am

    tedders,

    LOL. Really. It was a little embarrassing.

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  101. Twosret
    February 15, 2008 at 4:38 am

    on call hmmm? why does that sound familiar. Wait until you eat Sushi made by mexicans :)

    Talking about mexican food I was preparing mango salsa the other day and the two mexican ladies cleaning my house kept pointing at the salsa and laughing hysterically. That is what I call embarassing especially that they don’t speak english and I tried very hard to understand why they are laughing.

    Obviously fresh mango salsa is not in their books. Oh well when the daughter come next time I will hopefully understand.

    BTW BJ I didn’t eat the chocolate cake :(

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  102. Twosret
    February 15, 2008 at 4:39 am

    tedders,

    a yahoo group sounds like a wonderful idea.

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  103. brooklynjon
    February 15, 2008 at 5:19 am

    Everything goes better with mango. Everything.

    Shame about the chocolate cake tho’.

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  104. tedders
    February 15, 2008 at 1:00 pm

    Twos said,
    “Wait until you eat Sushi made by mexicans ”

    Oh my!!

    The horror,…… the horror : 0

    You’re right about the mango BJ!

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  105. Chicka
    February 15, 2008 at 2:23 pm

    Lovely,happy nice people finally.

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  106. Twosret
    February 15, 2008 at 10:56 pm

    BJ,

    Yeah it is the same reason why you ended up eating in the hospital Cafeteria.

    Long live Mangos :) I don’t care if the whole Mexican population laughs at me :)

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  107. tedders
    February 15, 2008 at 11:13 pm

    I still want to know what’s so funny about mango salsa, it’s great. We have a little mexican food place around the corner that puts a little mango in nearly everything. The mexican girls you said laughed at your dish remind me of a stereotypical tourist who travels somewhere only to complain that they do everything differently back home! Maybe they should have stayed home if they do everything so well back there!

    OK, I’m done now. : )

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  108. Patrick
    February 16, 2008 at 8:14 pm

    Wow this is really pathetic. People having intense personal conflicts on an online Egyptian blog…really, really sad, just all around pathetic.

    Craig you sound like a fucking psycho for blowing up the way you do at someone saying “Bush Sucks.” 65% of Americans think Bush sucks are you gonna tell them to leave the country too? Weird….some conservatives have this radical fixation with GWB that they will never admit his faults..its really sad…same type of party-before-country mentality that made Italians and Germans in the 1930s stand idly by as their country descended into fascism.

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  109. brooklynjon
    February 16, 2008 at 9:13 pm

    Patrick,

    It’s true. GWB sopmehow manages to inspire visceral emotional responses on both sides that are, strictly speaking, something beyond rational. I suspect it is substantially a comment on how we chose our leaders now, in which people respod more to emotional appeal than to reasoned analysis. Just look at an Obama rally. They look just like a religious revival. I expect people to start to convusle and speak in tongues when he speaks. It’s all a little scary. Beyond this election, it’s the disappearance of reasoned discourse that frightens me.

    {Full disclosure: Hated Bush with a passion in ’00, voted for him in ’04. Feel that he is far from perfect, but that there is plenty that he’s done right. Will fight for an American’s right to denouce him. Will probably vote for McCain, since my beloved Rudy is gone}

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  110. anna
    February 16, 2008 at 10:09 pm

    BJ, we needed your customary wit to diffuse the situation. You’re just not around when you’re needed :P

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  111. tedders
    February 18, 2008 at 2:39 am

    “65% of Americans think Bush sucks”

    I’d say it was 49% at most, he won two, count ‘em, two presidential elections, electorally speaking at least. So that tells me that a majority of the people don’t think “he sucks”. What’s Nancy Pelosi-John Murtha or Harry Rieds popularity %? They won their elections too, didn’t they?

    I’d also venture to say that 99.99999% of law abiding Iraqi’s don’t think GWB sucks (no polls to back this up, just my personal feeling).

    I’m with brooklynjon’s full discloser above (with the only difference being I voted for him twice and would again If I could). McCain is the man, not my first choice but he’s the one to carry on what needs to be finished.

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  112. brooklynjon
    February 19, 2008 at 3:29 am

    Tedders,

    Back in the day, I thought Gore was an excellent choice for President. Of course, that was before he went insane. And I hated W’s smirk.

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  113. tedders
    February 19, 2008 at 4:15 pm

    “that was before he went insane”

    He’s been insane all along, he just kept it under the radar for a while! LOL

    “W” isn’t exactly articulate, to say the least, but I think you agree that he has made decisions based on sound principles and not the latest polls. Being a leader isn’t a popularity contest, although getting elected in the first place is.

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  114. brooklynjon
    February 19, 2008 at 9:05 pm

    Tedders,

    I’ll agree with you to a point. I think he is mostly a product of who’s around him at any given time. I think the people around him have been mostly okay, and so his presidency has been generally tolerable, which is a lot better than I expected in 2000.

    As for his lack of erudition, I recall a certain noted Middle Eastern politician from around 3000 years ago who managed to lead effectively despite being a poor speaker. Of course, he had his critics as well. But they got swallowed up by the Earth. And his term was limited only after 40 years.

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  115. tedders
    February 19, 2008 at 11:11 pm

    “As for his lack of erudition, I recall a certain noted Middle Eastern politician from around 3000 years ago who managed to lead effectively despite being a poor speaker. Of course, he had his critics as well. But they got swallowed up by the Earth. And his term was limited only after 40 years.”

    “Thus David the son of Jesse reigned over all Israel. The time that he reigned over Israel was forty years; he reigned seven years in Hebron, and thirty-three years in Jerusalem. Then he died in a good old age, full of days, riches, and honor; and Solomon his son reigned in his stead”.

    No doubt a lofty comparison, we’ll have to wait to see what “W’s” lasting legacy is. I, for one, think history will treat him well, much depends on our actions or non action in the near future.

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  116. brooklynjon
    February 20, 2008 at 4:07 am

    Actually, David was quite the muse. I was thinking more along the lines of Moses, who evidently couldn’t string seven words together to make a sentence, and had to schlep Aaron along to be his mouthpiece.

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  117. tedders
    February 20, 2008 at 4:35 am

    Yes, probably more appropriate I’m sure. I was a bit confused at your description at first. I do believe I remember a story of moses having a stuttering problem, gotta wonder if he had the smirk too! To bad Charlton Heston didn’t use that in “The Ten Commandments”! LOL

    Nothing to be ashamed of being compared to Moses.

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  118. brooklynjon
    February 20, 2008 at 5:50 am

    If they remade the Ten Commandments, I think David Schwimmer may be appropriately cast in that role. Or Woody Allen. Somehow in the popular telling of the story, it usually gets lost just how neurotic and poorly spoken Moses was. He was the total anti-hero. Which is quite an interesting contrast when you look at other “foundation myths” of civilizations of that era.

    I believe it was Winston Churchill who argued that the story of the Exodus was too humiliating to have been made up. If people were going to make something up, they wouldn’t have made up THAT. Surely they would have come up with something a little more heroic than stuttering Mo and his bag o’ tricks, leading a nation of whiners.

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  119. CarpetCaptain
    February 23, 2008 at 1:21 am

    Any more pics the kissing black ghosts?

    Reply
  120. Susan Y
    February 23, 2008 at 8:06 pm

    Iran perhaps doesn’t have homosexuals because their disgusting government has managed to kill them off!! Hanging them!

    Reply
  121. tedders
    February 24, 2008 at 4:29 am

    “Hanging them!”

    You mean strangling them don’t you?

    Reply

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