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Sheep Roost
Passenger on the Marie Celeste



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Posted - 07/04/2008 :  07:13:03  Show Profile Send Sheep Roost a Private Message  Reply with Quote
Oh you silly thing. Guy Fawkes Night is 5th of November not 4th of July. Why do you always let the fireworks off so early?





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SeaDog
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Posted - 07/05/2008 :  03:47:17  Show Profile Send SeaDog a Private Message  Reply with Quote
Pre-unmature something or other, who can wait? Take this ya redcoats;
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ConcordeSpamaticus
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Posted - 07/07/2008 :  22:16:39  Show Profile Send ConcordeSpamaticus a Private Message  Reply with Quote
Ok, I've taken it, but I really don't know what to do with it now.

Refusing to use the spoilchick
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SeaDog
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Posted - 07/08/2008 :  03:45:55  Show Profile Send SeaDog a Private Message  Reply with Quote
Well, erm, at least;

Calif. group proposes George W. Bush Sewage Plant

7/7/2008 5:26:00 PM
Associated Press/AP Online

By MICHELLE LOCKE

SAN FRANCISCO - A California group submitted a proposal Monday to rename a sewage treatment plant after President Bush, calling the initiative a fitting tribute to the outgoing chief executive and the "mess" he'll leave behind.

The Presidential Memorial Commission of San Francisco wants to switch the name of the Oceanside Water Pollution Control Plant to the George W. Bush Sewage Plant.

Supporters hoping to put the issue on the November ballot turned in more than 10,000 signatures to San Francisco election officials, organizer Brian McConnell said. The measure needs just over 7,000 valid names to qualify and McConnell expects to find out later this month whether they made it.

Proponents of the renaming plan see it as fitting tribute to a president they contend has plumbed the depths of incompetence.

"We think that it's important to remember our leaders in the right historical context," said McConnell, a member of the group that was formed after friends came up with the renaming idea.

"In President Bush's case, we think that we will be cleaning up a substantial mess for the next 10 or 20 years," he said. "The sewage treatment facility's job is to clean up a mess, so we think it's a fitting tribute."

The "mess," as supporters of the plan see it, includes the aftermath of the Iraq war and what they see as a neglect of domestic economic issues.

"What we're really doing is symbolizing the fact that as he leaves office, we'll begin the process of basically repairing damage and rebuilding our country's reputation," he said.

But others think the plan reeks.

The chairman of the San Francisco Republican Party has promised to fight the measure if it does make the ballot.

A call by The Associated Press to White House press officials was not returned. But Patrick Dorinson, a former spokesman for the California Republican Party now running a communications firm in Sacramento, called the measure "a horrible idea" that is "childish and it's stupid."

"This is why San Francisco is considered wacky," Dorinson said. "It makes me ashamed to be a San Franciscan if this is all they've got time to do."

San Francisco Public Utilities Commission spokesman Tony Winnicker says officials have bigger issues to deal with than the proposed initiative. He defended Oceanside as anything but a symbol of inadequacy.

"The plant that they're seeking to rename really offers extraordinary environmental benefits. Without it, raw sewage and storm water would flow into the bay and the oceans and the streets. That's not our understanding of what the authors of this initiative believe the current president has delivered," Winnicker said.

Still, he said, the commission is "trying to take it in stride and understand the humor behind it."

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Sheep Roost
Passenger on the Marie Celeste



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Posted - 07/08/2008 :  06:15:24  Show Profile Send Sheep Roost a Private Message  Reply with Quote
Hey... you lot can't start making fun of GW... that's our job!

I feel a terrible shift in the universe coming on.




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The Other OTHER Operation
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Posted - 07/08/2008 :  07:11:21  Show Profile  Visit The Other OTHER Operation's Homepage Send The Other OTHER Operation a Private Message  Reply with Quote
Are you sure that's not just indigestion?

Also, Danish and Scandinavian books, see everything.
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Sheep Roost
Passenger on the Marie Celeste



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Posted - 07/08/2008 :  09:53:19  Show Profile Send Sheep Roost a Private Message  Reply with Quote


Burp!

Oh yes, that aluminium foil hat I ate for breakfast went down the wrong way. I knew I should've removed it from the leprechaun before I ate him.





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Sheep Roost
Passenger on the Marie Celeste



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Posted - 07/13/2008 :  18:41:52  Show Profile Send Sheep Roost a Private Message  Reply with Quote
A fine example of US democracy in action.

Take one good old boy, convince him of his own rhetoric, pump him full of arrogance, teach him how to throw together some fine-sounding yet vacant homilies and let him do whatever he likes.

Poor little Irish girl who knows how to conduct a proper interview... she must've thought she'd have been better off painting her toenails. Why didn't she just slap him?




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Horrible Harm
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Posted - 07/13/2008 :  19:14:22  Show Profile Send Horrible Harm a Private Message  Reply with Quote
She knows what she's doing. She's challenging him very successfully:
Go on, go on, go on, show us how stupid you are.
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Sheep Roost
Passenger on the Marie Celeste



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Posted - 07/13/2008 :  23:32:41  Show Profile Send Sheep Roost a Private Message  Reply with Quote
You notice she never knows when he's finished speaking? She's not expecting a proper answer so she doesn't know exactly how much blah blah same old same old rhetoric she's going to get in response to her question. Also someone should've pointed out to GW that they speak a little faster in Ireland. It's cold and they want to get on down the pub and chat with friends.




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