a small dose of reality

keeping it semi real, promoting conservatives, taking potshots at fools, democrats other than Obama, liberals, the left, know it alls, the dnc, etc., reviews of models, pundits and blogs

I won't insult your intelligence by suggesting that you really believe what you just said. 

William F. Buckley, Jr.


Real Hillary Sides with Crime Despises Americans

@ 01:19 AM (91 months, 12 days ago)







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democrat Presidential Candidates Place Campaign Promises in "Lock Box"

@ 11:54 PM (91 months, 13 days ago)



You remember the lockbox.  One of Al Gore's ideas along his continuum of idiocy.

It appears that Gore has magically mesmorized his democrat fellows/opponents?

into his gonzo way of thinking.  What will these jackasses come up with next?



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Want to Relax? - A New Relaxation Technique

@ 11:29 AM (91 months, 13 days ago)


Tired of stressing out about the possibility that Hillary could be elected and destroy the United States?

Try THIS.  It worked for me.



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Ahmadinejad Trashed at Columbia

@ 11:52 PM (91 months, 15 days ago)



Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad questioned the official version of the Sept. 11 attacks and defended the right to cast doubt on the Holocaust in a tense appearance Monday at Columbia University, whose president accused the hard-line leader of behaving like "a petty and cruel dictator."

Ahmadinejad smiled at first but appeared increasingly agitated, decrying the "insults" and "unfriendly treatment." Columbia President Lee Bollinger and audience members took him to task over Iran's human-rights record and foreign policy, as well as Ahmadinejad's statements denying the Holocaust and calling for the disappearance of Israel.

"Mr. President, you exhibit all the signs of a petty and cruel dictator," Bollinger said, to loud applause.

He said Ahmadinejad's denial of the Holocaust might fool the illiterate and ignorant.

"When you come to a place like this it makes you simply ridiculous," Bollinger said. "The truth is that the Holocaust is the most documented event in human history."

Ahmadinejad rose, also to applause, and after a religious invocation, said Bollinger's opening was "an insult to information and the knowledge of the audience here."

"There were insults and claims that were incorrect, regretfully," Ahmadinejad said, accusing Bollinger of falling under the influence of the hostile U.S. press and politicians. "I should not begin by being affected by this unfriendly treatment."

During a question and answer session, Ahmadinejad appeared tense and unsmiling, in contrast to more relaxed interviews and appearances earlier in the day.

In response to one audience, Ahmadinejad denied he was questioning the existence of the Holocaust: "Granted this happened, what does it have to do with the Palestinian people?"

But then he said he was defending the rights of European scholars, an apparent reference to a small number who have been prosecuted under national laws for denying or minimizing the Holocaust.

"There's nothing known as absolute," he said.

He reiterated his desire to visit ground zero to express sympathy with the victims of the Sept. 11 attacks, but then appeared to question whether al-Qaida was responsible.

"Why did this happen? What caused it? What conditions led to it?" he said. "Who truly was involved? Who was really involved and put it all together?"

Asked about executions of homosexuals in Iran, Ahmadinejad said the judiciary system executed violent criminals and high-level drug dealers, comparing them to microbes eliminated through medical treatment. Pressed specifically about punishment of homosexuals, he said: "In Iran we don't have homosexuals like in your country."

With the audience laughing derisively, he continued: "In Iran we do not have this phenomenon. I don't know who's told you that we have this."

Bollinger was strongly criticized for inviting Ahmadinejad to Columbia, and had promised tough questions in his introduction to Ahmadinejad's talk. But the strident and personal nature of his attack on the president of Iran was startling.

"You are either brazenly provocative or astonishingly uneducated," Bollinger told Ahmadinejad about the leader's Holocaust denial.

During his prepared remarks, the Iranian president did not address Bollinger's accusations directly.

Suzanne Maloney, a foreign policy fellow at the Brookings Institution, said Ahmadinejad's softer tone on Israel in this speech may reflect backlash in his own country.

"There's been widespread commentary in Iran, even on the far-right, that Ahmadinejad's position on Israel has hurt the country's diplomatic relations," said Maloney. "The fact that he was frankly unwilling to go as far as he has in the past suggests there may have been some consequences for him at home."

President Bush said Ahmadinejad's appearance at Columbia "speaks volumes about really the greatness of America."

He told Fox News Channel that if Bollinger considers Ahmadinejad's visit an educational experience for Columbia students, "I guess it's OK with me."

Other American officials were less sympathetic.

On Capitol Hill, conservatives said Columbia should not have invited Ahmadinejad to speak. Senate Republican Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., said "there is a world of difference between not preventing Ahmadinejad from speaking and handing a megalomaniac a megaphone and a stage to use it."

Sen. Joseph Lieberman, I-Conn., said he thought Columbia's invitation to Ahmadinejad was a mistake "because he comes literally with blood on his hands."

Thousands of people jammed two blocks of 47th Street across from the United Nations to protest Ahmadinejad's visit to New York. Organizers claimed a turnout of tens of thousands. Police did not immediately have a crowd estimate.

The speakers, most of them politicians and officials from Jewish organizations, proclaimed their support for Israel and criticized the Iranian leader for his remarks questioning the Holocaust.

"We're here today to send a message that there is never a reason to give a hatemonger an open stage," New York City Council Speaker Christine Quinn said.

Protesters also assembled at Columbia. Dozens stood near the lecture hall where Ahmadinejad was scheduled to speak, linking arms and singing traditional Jewish folk songs about peace and brotherhood, while nearby a two-person band played "You Are My Sunshine."

Signs in the crowd displayed a range of messages, including one that read "We refuse to choose between Islamic fundamentalism and American imperialism."


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Open Invitation to Barry G.'s Conservative Fred Thompson Campaign Fund Raising Post Labor Day Stars and Stripes Bash

@ 11:40 PM (91 months, 15 days ago)




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Shockingly Marcel Marceau Dies Quietly

@ 11:43 PM (91 months, 16 days ago)


Marcel Marceau, the master of mime who transformed silence into poetry with lithe gestures and pliant facial expressions that spoke to generations of young and old, has died. He was 84.

Wearing white face paint, soft shoes and a battered hat topped with a red flower, Marceau breathed new life into an art that dates to ancient Greece. He played out the human comedy through his alter-ego Bip without ever uttering a word.

Marceau's Will requires that anyone attending his funeral wear white face paint and that his body be electrically charged so it never stops twitching.  "This still thing has gotten old."


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Hillary Clinton Hires New Chief Strategist

@ 10:09 PM (91 months, 18 days ago)



Fred Thompson Names Attorney General Nominee

@ 10:08 PM (91 months, 18 days ago)



Fred Thompson Names Top Advisor

@ 10:05 PM (91 months, 18 days ago)



Fred Thompson Names VP Candidate

@ 10:04 PM (91 months, 18 days ago)





Clinton Campaign Reaches Out to Other Fugitives in Attempt to Compensate for Loss of Arrested Hsu

@ 10:48 PM (91 months, 20 days ago)


One week after losing a major fundraiser when fugitive financier Norman Hsu was arrested in Colorado, the presidential campaign of Sen. Hillary Clinton (D-NY) today attempted to compensate for the loss of Hsu by reaching out to other fugitives.

“Say what you will about Norman, the dude raised $850,000 for us,” said one Clinton aide. “It’s not going to be easy filling Hsu’s shoes.”

As part of her new push to sign up fugitive financiers for her campaign, Sen. Clinton abruptly cancelled campaign stops in Iowa today to attend a special town hall meeting in the Cayman Islands.

Speaking to an audience made up entirely of fugitive financiers, Sen. Clinton said, “I am running so that you don’t have to.”


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Vying for his own share of the fugitive financiers’ support, former Sen. John Edwards (D-NC) sounded a similar theme during a campaign stop at a fortified compound in the Bahamas.

“I have often said that my father was a mill worker,” Sen. Edwards told his audience, “but my mother was a fugitive financier.”

Davis Logsdon, head of the political science department at the University of Minnesota, said that fugitive financiers could be a key voting bloc in the 2008 election: “I think they are going to be what soccer moms were in 2000.”

But Mr. Logsdon warned that wooing this key demographic would not be without its challenges: “Direct mail campaigns don’t work well with them, because most of them don’t have an address.”


Immigration - Illegal Alien Laws of NAFTA Partners

@ 03:14 AM (91 months, 22 days ago)


Some more fodder for you Burns:

   TOO HARSH, YOU SAY?  The above laws happen to be the Immigration Laws of ...  MEXICO. 

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Hey Burns, Here is Some Nafta Material Covering Illegal Aliens, etc. for Your Library

@ 12:24 AM (91 months, 24 days ago)


This is the most cogent and powerful essay on the threat of Islamic
terrorism I have seen. Dr. Vernon Chong. It is without a doubt the most
 articulate and convincing writing I have read regarding the War in Iraq.
 If you have any doubts please open your mind to his essay and give it a
 fair evaluation. It's also eerily applicable to other current issues
 such as Iran's nuclear program, immigration, NAFTA's impact on American
 jobs, trade deficits, etc.. I had no idea who Dr. Chong is, or the
 source of these thoughts, so when I received them I almost deleted them,
 as well- written as they are. But then I did a Google search on the
 Doctor and found him to be a retired Air Force surgeon and past
 commander of Wilford Hall Medical Center in San Antonio.
 If you would like to see who this fellow is, go to this Air Force web
 site and look him up:

 Subject: Muslims, terrorist and the USA : A different spin on Iraq war.

This WAR is for REAL!
 Dr. Vernon Chong, Major General, USAF, Retired

To get out of a difficulty, one usually must go through it. Our country
 is now facing the most serious threat to its existence, as we know it,
 that we have faced in your lifetime and mine (which includes WWII).

 The deadly seriousness is greatly compounded by the fact that there are
 very few of us who think we can possibly lose this war and even fewer
 who realize what losing really means. First, let's examine a few basics:

 1. When did the threat to us start?
     Many will say September 11, 2001. The answer as far as the United
     States is concerned is 1979, 22 years prior to September 2001, with
     the following attacks on us:
            * Iran Embassy Hostages, 1979;
            * Beirut, Lebanon Embassy 1983;
            * Beirut, Lebanon Marine Barracks 1983;
            * Lockerbie, Scotland Pan-Am flight to New York 1988;
            * First New York World Trade Center attack 1993;
            * Dhahran, Saudi Arabia Khobar Towers Military complex 1996;
            * Nairobi, Kenya US Embassy 1998;
            * Dares Salaam, Tanzania US Embassy 1998;
            * A! den, Yemen USS Cole 2000;
            * New York World Trade Center 2001;* Pentagon 2001.
 (Note that during the period from 1981 to 2001 there were 7,581
 terrorist attacks worldwide).

 2. Why were we attacked?
     Envy of our position, our success, and our freedoms. The attacks
     happened during the administrations of Presidents Carter, Reagan, Bush,
     Clinton and Bush 2. We cannot fault either the Republicans or Democrats
     as there were no provocations by any of the presidents or their
     immediate predecessor, President Ford.
 3. Who were the attackers?
     In each case, the attacks on the US were carried out by Muslims.
 4. What is the Muslim population of the World? --- 25%.
 5. Isn't the Muslim Religion peaceful?
 Hopefully, but that is really not material. There is no doubt that the
 predominately Christian population of Germany was peaceful, but under
 the dictatorial leadership of Hitler (who was also Christian (?)), that
 made no difference. You either went along with the administration or you
 were eliminated. There were 5 to 6 million
 Christians killed by the Nazis for political reasons (including 7,000
 Polish priests).
 (see http://www.Nazis.testimony.co.uk/7-a.htm ;
 http://www.nazis.testimony.co.uk/7-a.htm) Thus, almost the same number
 of Christians were killed by the Nazis, as the six million holocaust
 Jews who were killed by them, and we seldom heard of anything other than
 the Jewish atrocities. Although Hitler kept the world focused on the
 Jews, he had no hesitancy about killing anyone who got in his way of
 exterminating the Jews or of
 taking over the world - German, Christian or any others. Same with the
 Muslim terrorists. They focus the world on the US , but kill all in the
 way -- their own people or the Spanish, British, French or anyone else.
 The point here is that just like the peaceful
 Germans were of no protection to anyone from the Nazis, no matter how
 many peaceful Muslims there may be, they are no protection for us from
 the terrorist Muslim leaders and what they are fanatically bent on doing
 -- by their own pronouncements -- killing all of us "infidels."
 I don't blame the peaceful Muslims. What would you do if the choice
 was shut up or die?
 6. So who are we at war with?
 There is no way we can honestly respond that it is anyone other than
 the Muslim terrorists. Trying to be politically correct and avoid
 verbalizing this conclusion can well be fatal. There is no way to win if
 you don't clearly recognize and articulate who you are fighting.

 So with that background, now to the two major questions:
 1. Can we lose this war?
 2. What does losing really mean?
 If we are to win, we must clearly answer these two pivotal questions:
 We can definitely lose this war, and as anomalous as it may sound, the
 major reason we can lose is that so many of us simply do not fathom the
 answer to the second question - What does losing mean?
 It would appear that a great many of us think that losing the war means
 hanging our heads, bringing the troops home and going on about our
 business, like post-Vietnam. This is as far from the truth as one can
 get .
 What losing really means is: We would no longer be the premier country
 in the world. The attacks will not subside, but rather will steadily
 increase. Remember, they want us dead, not just quiet. If they had just
 wanted us quiet, they would not have produced an increasing series of
 attacks against us, over the past 18 years. The plan was, clearly, for
 terrorists to attack us until we were neutered and submissive to them.
 We would, of course, have no future support from other nations, for fear
 of reprisals and for the reason that they would see; we are impotent and
 cannot help them.
 They will pick off the other non-Muslim nations, one at a time. It will
 be increasingly easier for them. They already hold Spain hostage. It
 doesn't matter whether it was right or wrong for Spain to withdraw its
 troops from Iraq . Spain did it because the Muslim
 terrorists bombed their train and told them to withdraw the troops.
 Anything else they want Spain to do will be done. Spain is finished.

 The next will probably be France. Our one hope on France is that they
 might see the light and realize that if we don't win, they are finished
 too, in that they can't resist the Muslim terrorists without us.
 However, it may already be too late for France. France is
 already 20% Muslim and fading fast!

 Without our support Great Britain will go too. Recently I read that
 there are more mosques in England than churches. If we lose the war, our
 production, income, exports and way of life will all vanish as we know
 it. After losing, who would trade or deal
 with us if they were threatened by the Muslims. If we can't stop the
 Muslim terrorists, how could anyone else?

 The radical Muslims fully know what is riding on this war, and
 therefore are completely committed to winning, at any cost. We better
 know it too and be likewise committed to winning at any cost. Why do I
 go on at such lengths about the results of losing? Simple.

 Until we recognize the costs of losing, we cannot unite and really put
 100% of our thoughts and efforts into winning. And it is going to take
 that 100% effort to win.

 So, how can we lose the war?
 Again, the answer is simple. We can lose the war by "imploding." That
 is, defeating ourselves by refusing to recognize the enemy and their
 purpose, and really digging in and lending full support to the war
 effort. If we are united, there is no way that we can lose. If we
 continue to be divided, there is no way that we can win! Let me give you
 a few examples of how we simply don't comprehend the life and death
 seriousness of this situation.
 President Bush selects Norman Mineta as Secretary of Transportation.
 Although all of the terrorist attacks were committed by Muslim men
 between 17 and 40 years of age, Secretary Mineta refuses to allow
 profiling. Does that sound like we are taking this thing seriously?
 This is war! For the duration, we are going to have to give up some of
 the civil rights we have become accustomed. We had better be prepared to
 all of them permanently. And don't worry that it is a slippery slope. We
 gave up plenty of civil rights during WWII, and immediately restored
 them after the victory and in fact added many more since then.

 Do I blame President Bush or President Clinton before him? No, I blame
 us for blithely assuming we can maintain all of our Political Correctness,
 and all of our civil rights during this conflict and have a
 clean, lawful, honorable war. None of those words apply to war. Get them
 out of your head.

 Some have gone so far in their criticism of the war and/or the
 Administration that it almost seems they would literally like to see us
 lose. I think some actually do, I hasten to add that this isn't because
 they are disloyal. It is because they just don't recognize what
 losing means. Nevertheless, that conduct gives the impression to the
 enemy that we are divided and weakening. It concerns our friends, and it
 does great damage to our cause.

 Of more recent vintage, the uproar fueled by the politicians and media
 regarding the
 treatment of some prisoners of war, perhaps exemplifies best what I am
 saying. We have recently had an issue, involving the treatment of a few
 Muslim prisoners of war, by a small group of our military police. These
 are the type prisoners who just a few months ago were throwing their own
 people off buildings, cutting off their hands, cutting out their tongues
 and otherwise murdering their own people just for disagreeing with
 Saddam Hussein.

 And just a few years ago these same type prisoners chemically killed
 400,000 of their own people for the same reason. They are also the same
 type of enemy fighters, who recently were burning Americans, and
 dragging their charred corpses through the streets of Iraq. And still
 more recently, >the same type of enemy that was and is providing videos
 to all news sources internationally, of the beheading of American
 prisoners they held.

 Compare this with some of our press and politicians, who for several
 days have thought and talked about nothing else but the "humiliating" of
 some Muslim prisoners -- not burning them, not dragging their charred
 corpses through the streets, not beheading them, but "humiliating" them.
 Can they be for real?

 The politicians and pundits have even talked of impeachment of the
 Secretary of Defense. If this doesn't show the complete lack of
 comprehension and understanding of the seriousness of the enemy we are
 fighting, the life and death struggle we are in and the disastrous
 results of losing this war, nothing can.

 To bring our country to a virtual political standstill over this
 prisoner issue makes us look like Nero playing his fiddle as Rome burned
 -- totally oblivious to what is going on in the real world. Neither we,
 nor any other country, can survive this internal strife.
 Again I say, this does not mean that some of our politicians or media
 people are disloyal. It simply means that they are absolutely oblivious
 to the magnitude of the situation we are in and into which the Muslim
 terrorists have been pushing us, for many years.

 These people are a serious and dangerous liability to the war effort.
 We must take note of who they are and get them out of office. Remember,
 the Muslim terrorists stated goal is to kill all infidels! That
 translates into ALL non-Muslims -- not just in the United States, but
 throughout the world. We are the last bastion of defense.

 We have been criticized for many years as being 'arrogant.' That charge
 is valid. We are arrogant in that we believe that we are so good,
 powerful and smart, that we can win the hearts and minds of all those
 who attack us, and that with both hands tied behind our back, we can
 defeat anything bad in the world! We can't! If we don't recognize this,
 our nation as we know it will not survive, and no other free country in
 the world will survive if we are defeated.

 And finally, name any Muslim countries throughout the world that allow
 freedom of speech, freedom of thought, freedom of religion, freedom of
 the press, equal rights for anyone -- let alone everyone, equal status
 or any status for women, or that have been productive in one single way
 that contributes to the good of the world. This has been a long way of
 saying that we must be united on this war or we will be equated in the
 history books to the self- inflicted fall of the Roman Empire. If, that
 is, the Muslim leaders will allow history books to be written or read.

 If we don't win this war right now, keep a close eye on how the Muslims
 take over France in the next 5 years or less. They will continue to
 increase the Muslim population of France and continue to encroach little
 by little, on the established French traditions.
 The French will be fighting among themselves, over what should or
 should not be done, which will continue to weaken them and keep them
 from any united resolve. Doesn't that sound eerily familiar? Democracies
 don't have their freedoms taken away from them by some external military
 force. Instead, they give their freedoms away, politically correct piece
 by politically correct piece. And they are giving those freedoms away to
 those who have shown, worldwide that they abhor freedom and will not
 apply it to you or even
 to themselves, once they are in power. Muslims have universally shown
 that when they have taken over, they then start brutally killing each
 other over whom will be the few who control the masses. What is
 happening in Iraq is a good example. Will we ever stop hearing from the
 politically correct, about the "peaceful Muslims"?

 I close on a hopeful note, by repeating what I said above. If we are
 united, there is no way that we can lose. I hope now, after the
 election, the factions in our country will begin to focus on the
 critical situation>we are in, and will unite to save our country. It
 is your future we are talking about! Do whatever you can to preserve
 it. I reiterate. A national election is months away. After reading the
 above, we all must do this not only for ourselves, but our children, our
 grandchildren, our country and the world. Whether Democrat or
 Republican, Conservative or liberal and that includes the Politicians
 and media of our country and the free world!

 Please forward this to any you feel may want, or NEED to read it. Our
"leaders" in Congress ought to read it, too. There are those that find
 fault with our country, but it is obvious to anyone who truly thinks
 through this, that we must UNITE!

 Lastly, I wish to add: At the risk of offending someone, I sincerely
 think that anyone who rejects this as just another political rant, or
 doubts the seriousness of this issue or just deletes it without sending
 it on, is part of the problem. Let's quit laughing at and forwarding the
 jokes and cartoons which denigrate and ridicule our leaders in this war
 against terror. They are trying to protect the interests and well being
 of the US and it's citizens. Best we support them.

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Giuliani Outwits, moveon.org, Hillary and New York Times

@ 11:41 AM (91 months, 24 days ago)



Rudy tell it like it is.....Fred Thompson eyeing

Giuliani as Running Mate


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Rudy Gets it Right .. Hillary and moveon.org Are Both Bottom Feeding Scum Suckers

@ 12:40 AM (91 months, 26 days ago)


Republican presidential contender Rudy Giuliani on Thursday accused Democratic rival Hillary Rodham Clinton of participating in "character assassination" for questioning Gen. David Petraeus about his assessment of progress in Iraq.

Clinton, a member of the Senate Armed Services Committee, was one of several Democrats and some Republicans who expressed skepticism with President Bush's top military general's more positive outlook on Iraq than recent independent reviews.

Petraeus and U.S. Ambassador Ryan Crocker told Congress Iraq remains largely dysfunctional but said violence in recent months had decreased since the influx of 30,000 additional troops earlier this year.

"The reports that you provide to us really require the willing suspension of disbelief," Clinton said Tuesday.

Campaigning in Georgia, Giuliani assailed Clinton for the second straight day and tried to link her to a newspaper ad from the liberal anti-war group MoveOn critical of Petraeus. The ad accused Petraeus of "cooking the books" for the White House. "General Petraeus or General Betray Us?" it asked, playing off his name.

MoveOn is an independent organization.

"We believe unlike Hillary Clinton that General Petraeus is telling the truth," Giuliani said.

Calling the ad abominable, Giuliani said Clinton's comments followed up on it "in a very, very coincidental way."

Who's on top...Hillary or moveon.org?

He added, "What I don't think should happen in political discourse is the kind of character assassination that MoveOn.org participated in in calling him General Betray Us, that The New York Times gave them a discount to do and that Hillary Clinton followed up on with an attack on his integrity."

He also said, "It is time for Americans to really insist that American politicians move beyond character assassination and this is exactly what they attempted to do with General Petraeus."

"Maybe you can disagree with his tactics," Giuliani said of Petraeus. "I agree with them, but you have no right to disagree with his integrity."


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Hillary Tells Bill...."What happens in Vegas Stays in Vegas"

@ 12:22 AM (92 months, 3 hours ago)




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iPhone Sucks Apple Sucks "Blow Job" Jobs Sucks

@ 12:34 AM (92 months, 3 days ago)


Duh.  Apple makes products about as disposable as hairdryers.  What iPod lasts more than a couple of days AFTER the warranty expires. Junk.  Why would anyone with any sense think the iPhone would be any different.  The dopes that waited in line for days drooling and overpaid and got ripped off got what they deserve.  The Department of Commerce should be in Apple's grill for this blatant ripoff of the American public.  Ever see those dopes in the mall waiting hours in line at the Apple store?  Hello...there are cheaper better products made by other companies.

Apple Inc. CEO Steve (blow job) Jobs apologized and offered $100 credits Thursday to customers who shelled out $599 for the most advanced model of the iPhone this summer, only to have the company unexpectedly slash the price $200 in a push to boost holiday sales.

In a letter on the company's Web site, Jobs acknowledged that Apple disappointed some of its customers by cutting the price of the iPhone's 8-gigabyte model and said he has received hundreds of e-mails complaining about the price cut.

But Jobs added that "the technology road is bumpy," and there will always be people who pay top dollar for the latest electronics but get angry later when the price drops.

"This is life in the technology lane," Jobs said.  "You suckers overpaid so f*** you."

Jobs said Apple will hand out $100 credits for Apple's retail and online stores to any iPhone owners who aren't eligible for a rebate under the company's refund policy. They policy covers those who bought their phones within 14 days of the price cut.

"Blow Job"  has the audicity to say .. OK...you win, I will only rip you off half as much.

This author depends on true and tried technology...worked before "Blow Job" was in diapers

and will still work great after Apple victims string him up


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Gore Wears Fukuske Girdle According to Tobu Department Store

@ 12:34 AM (92 months, 6 days ago)


Lardbutt jackasses like Gore worried about bulging bellies now have another option to cutting back on beer -- slip into a boxer brief girdle or T-shirt with tummy-control panels.

Overweight adults are still far rarer in Japan than in the United States, but the trend is definitely up for men, especially the middle-aged. Many suffer from metabolic syndrome, a

A fashion trend toward slimmer cuts in suits and form-fitting trousers is also making men if you can call Gore a man, more worried whether their hips, bellies and thighs pass muster.

"We made our men's brand aimed at those in their 30s and 40s, but it has been selling well among younger guys too," said Asako Iwahashi, a spokeswoman for underwear maker Triumph International Japan, which introduced its line of girdles for men last year.

Wacoal Holding's "Completely Nude" tummy-tightening briefs are also proving popular, as are Fukuske Corp's "Shapers for Men" line of shorts and T-shirts, company officials said.

How much men are willing to suffer for fashion, though, is still in some doubt.

"Lots of older men come to look at the support underwear," said a spokeswoman for a Tokyo branch of Tobu Department Store.

"But sales aren't growing drastically yet except for the huge order from Al Gore....all XXXXXXXXXXX."


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Is a New Approach to Controlling Congress Superior to Campaign Finance Reform?

@ 02:04 AM (92 months, 9 days ago)


A military airplane carrying four members of the U.S. Congress came under fire over Iraq on Thursday but the plane was not hit and no one was hurt, a spokesman for one of the lawmakers said on Friday.

Three rocket-propelled grenades were fired at the plane. But a senior U.S. defense official in Washington said small arms fire appeared to have been responsible.

"There was a flash of light, and the plane started banking in different directions."

The whole incident was over in three to five minutes and the aircraft flew on to Amman, Jordan.

A statement from U.S.-led forces in Iraq said the plane "observed surface-to-air fire" upon departure from Baghdad and dispensed flares and conducted "standard evasive maneuvers."

The fire originated several miles from the plane's location, the defense official in Washington said, speaking on condition of anonymity as U.S. forces in Baghdad were officially responsible for commenting on the incident.

"They (the crew) did all the right things, they took all the appropriate precautions, but it appears they were at an altitude that did not put them at any danger from the type of small arms fire that they received," the official said.

The lawmakers had spent the day in Baghdad and were briefed by U.S. Iraq commander Gen. David Petraeus.  A number of U.S. lawmakers have been visiting Baghdad ahead of a series of pivotal reports to be delivered to Congress in coming weeks on the security and political situation in Iraq.


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