Friday, October 29, 2004

Having a Bad Week, Buddy?

Confetti falls too soon on our poor dumb 'Prez'
BUSH EVENT IN NEW HAMPSHIRE: Event workers had been told to fire off confetti pods when Bush said, 'God Bless'... his normal closing line. But 5 minutes before the end of his speech, Bush offered a "God Bless" to Arlene Howard, mother of George Howard a Port Authority of New York/New Jersey Police Officer killed in the World Trade Center... BLAM!!!!! Everyone first ducked -- hard -- then looked up to see confetti falling. Bush looked momentarily stunned, then plain unhappy, then just went on with his speech as the confetti rained to the floor of the Verizon Wireless Arena...

And then there's the little controversy about using a song without permission.
Bush campaign Drops 'Still The One' after songwriter complains

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Things are getting very very nasty and i expect them to get much much worse between now and Tuesday.
I'm becoming very frightened now that real violence is going to occur, perpetrated by crazed Republicans who maintain they are trying to ensure their are no voting irregularities, but who are themselves causing much more mischief than Democrats - precisely because they know that's the only way they're going to win.
So sad, really.
And so pathetic, that people are being threatened and intimidated attempting to fulfill their consititutional rights as citizens.
never mind that we now have a supposed terrorist threat, saying there will be death and destruction if Bush wins.
and there's the arafat factor, who's at death's door.
or the missing munitions from iraq, 380 tons of explosives, that we did nothing about.

My God.
WWIII, including a civil war in the u.s.?
could happen.


Problems in Miami
Things Get Ugly at Early Voting Locations

Killing for Bush in Florida
West Boynton man allegedly threatens to kill girlfriend for backing Kerry
These are the kind of people voting for Bush.
It's all about the hatred folks.
Vote your conscience.

Gov. Jeb Bush says poll Watchers can, Should Challenge Voters

This sickens me.
We live in a free country, remember?

Thursday, October 28, 2004

Civil War

As the election nears, myself along with many of my friends are starting to freak out.
What if this ilegitimate piece of shit wins this election? Of course the Republican party is pulling out the stops to try and stop people from voting, something that's guaranteed by the constitution.
Bush has divided this country like nobody else. i don't see how anyone could vote for him.
How could you vote for a hateful warmongering liar who went to war for pretty much no reason whatsoever?
How could you vote for someone who wants to loot social security and privatize it, thereby taking it out of government guarantees and instead hand it off to corporations?
How could you vote for someone who has lied to us every step of the way about everything he has ever done?
Someone who was AGAINST the 9/11 commission?
Someone who has presided over the worst net job loss since Herbert Hoover was in office (you may have heard of the Depression)?
Who cuts taxes for the very rich but does nothing for the middle class?
Who wants to make tax cuts permanent and thereby undermine the financial stability of the United States?
Who preaches hatred and intolerance of others?
Who, by ignoring the pleas of weapon inspectors (who were fucking right, btw, since there were no Weapons of Mass Destruction), created more enemies of the world than ever before?
Who acts as if he is sent by God himself and has a hotline to heaven?
Are you fucking serious?

Then you know what...
Fuck you.
Fuck you if you're voting for Bush.
Fuck you if all you care about is yourself.
Fuck you if you don't care about the future or your children.
Fuck you all, you stupid, self-centered Republicans.

If you're voting for Bush, you're my enemy.
if there's one thing Bush as been successful at, it's dividing us more than ever before.
I see us devolving into potential civil war.
Every time i see a Bush sticker or sign, i immediately think 'what's wrong with them? how can you be so fucking stupid?'
maybe you're ignorant. Maybe you just don't care, you're apathetic, or saying that 'neither guy is good.' ok, if that's you're reason, then why go with someone who has proven to be the most incompetent president we've ever had.

Whatever the reason, to me, if you're voting for Bush, you're not my friend.
I don't want you as my friend.
If you're reading this and you are pro-Bush, then fuck you. Don't bother contacting me again.
If you're stupid enough to actually believe that Bush is going to help this country, then you're worthless to me.
You obviously aren't thinking logically or honestly.
You aren't coming to terms with the truth.
Yesterday a friend of mine was freaking out worrying that Bush is going to win (of course, the only way Bush can win is by cheating, just like in 2000 - people seem to forget that Bush lost the election), saying he's waking up at night with nightmares, based on anxiety around the election. What kind of president is this that affects us in our daily lives?
A supremely horrible and dangerous president.

How can anyone be for someone who has been so hateful, so polarizing?
Do you really think bullying around the rest of the world is the right thing to do? And now there are more terrorists than ever before.
Never mind that we never found Osama Bin Laden, supposedly our sworn enemy after 9/11. how does anyone explain that?
Or that Iraq had absolutely nothing to do with 9/11.
How can so many people be duped by this man?
Christ, he's never even fought in a war. daddy got him out of it, remember?
Back when Clinton was president, Rebublicans used to criticize him for being a draft-dodger.
Yet, how is Bush any different?
Is he a strong president because he overcompensates for his inadequacies and weaknesses by acting like mr. tough guy with the rest of the world?
How is it that changing one's mind after given additional facts is wrong?
Life is all about nuance and change. Hello?
Everything Bush supposedly stands for is just total bullshit.

Tell the families of the all the soldiers that were killed looking for bush's weapons of mass destruction that this was something worth fighting for.

here's your Christian president

and here's some more anger for you from Eminem
Just know that the people WILL rise up and take this nation back from the hateful, weak-ass warmongering Bush is doing.

Fuck you Bush.
And fuck anyone who votes for him.

Fuck the GOP.
Fuck the liars
Fuck Bush, you filthy incompetent antichrist

Yeah, that's what i said.
Bush just might be the AntiChrist.

You think I'm paranoid?
No. I'm being real.
There's much more to all this bullshit surrounding Bush, 9/11, the Iraq war and everything else.
Here's one man's opinion.

or for a super brutal opinion, read Hunter Thompson's awesome election essay

Or for some really good laughs, check out Triumph the Insult Comic Dog's trip to Spin Alley after the third debate. Hilarious

And then there's this updated version of Schoolhouse Rock, Pirates and Emporers

Thursday, October 21, 2004

Strange things are afoot at Circle K

What's going on today? Besides it being October 21. Maybe this strangeness started last night?
OK, the Boston Red Sox win was last night, sure. But come ON! They did something no team has done in Major League history, come back and won a Best of 7 series after being down 3-0. Amazing. I'm not even a baseball fan much anymore, and i'm sooo into this.

Now, back to Circle K strangeness:
Um, well, I just spotted the infamous sock puppet atop someone's cube here at work.
i love the sock puppet! For those of you who don't recall, the sock puppet is often alluded to when people refer to the inanity of the late 1990s and the whole bubble that burst.
still, i loved the sock puppet. god bless it.

ok, then, i get to my chair at work this morning and i find a banana sitting in my seat. i ain't falling for no banana in the tailpipe shit (thank you Eddie Murphy), but still, it is a mystery. truly and definitely.

finally, my brand spanking new Apple laptop has JUST arrived at my desk. all i can do is stare at it intently, marveling at its brilliance. ok, a little over the top, but then again, when am i not over the top?

ya know?
god bless us everyone.

I'm gonna go back to listening to the Scissor Sisters now.
leave me be, hear ye.

Tuesday, October 19, 2004


And so here it is. 35. Damn. Crazy.
Amazingly, i'm still alive.
OK, not amazingly.
but hey, i'm stoked.

i did many fine things on my birthday fun time weekend, i must say.
Friday night was a blast, first dinner at Zuni in SF, which was definitely one of the best meals i've ever had. i even tried fresh oysters, which were kind of freaky, but i ate two of them. First time in my life. We drank fine wine, excellent champagne and various other things.

Then, onto the mission for drinks and stuff with a large group of friends. That was so great!
look at me, all gushing and stuff.
i got tanked. but i'm glad i did.
i couldn't believe how many people made it out.
so rockin!
more later.

Wednesday, October 13, 2004

More on the growing controversy about Bush's bulge

It's nice to see the mainstream media is picking up on this story (though where is the public outcry and media coverage of the astounding number of potential voting irregularities taking place by the GOP? -- see after this story for more)

This is from

Technical expert: Bush was wired
A Bush spokesman tells Salon there is nothing to the story. But as the final presidential debate looms, speculation grows about the mysterious bulge.
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By Dave Lindorff

Oct. 13, 2004 | Speculation continues to run wild about President Bush's mystery bulge. Since Friday, when Salon first raised questions about the rectangular bulge that was visible under Bush's suit coat during the presidential debates, many observers in the press and on the Internet have wondered aloud whether the verbally and factually challenged president might be receiving coaching via a hidden electronic device.

Now a technical expert who designs and makes such devices for the U.S. military and private industry tells Salon that he believes the bulge is indeed a transceiver designed to receive electronic signals and transmit them to a hidden earpiece lodged in Bush's ear canal.

"There's no question about it. It's a pretty obvious one -- larger than most because it probably has descrambling capability," said Alex Darbut, technical and business development vice president for Resistance Technology in Arden Hills, Minn. Darbut examined photographs of the president's back taken from the Fox News video feed at the first presidential debate in Coral Gables, Fla., as well as 2002 photos of the president driving and working in a T-shirt on his Crawford ranch, which were posted on the White House Web site.

Darbut speculates that the device the president wears is provided by the Secret Service, noting, "They're not going to have him driving around the countryside on his ranch without being in instant contact with him."

No one in the White House or Bush campaign, however, has offered such an explanation. In fact, the Bush camp has shed little light on the mysterious protuberance, turning aside questions with dismissive humor or rising tones of exasperation. The president is "a regular guy," White House chief of staff Andy Card told Salon before the second debate last week. "Maybe his suit had a little lump in it or something." Campaign spokeswoman Nicolle Devenish took the same line with the New York Times on Saturday: "It was most likely a rumpling of that portion of his suit jacket, or a wrinkle in the fabric." But Devenish, the Times dryly noted, "could not say why the 'rumpling' was rectangular." Campaign spokesman Scott Stanzel brushed aside a questioner in a Washington Post chat session by saying, "I think you've been spending a little too much time on conspiracy Web sites."

On Tuesday, in response to repeated questions from Salon, the Bush camp finally issued a flat denial. Campaign spokesman Reed Dickens denied that Bush has ever used an electronic device to aid his public speaking, insisting the president was wearing "nothing during the debates." When asked about the pictures taken at the Bush ranch, Dickens said the president has never used any devices except for cutting tools and earplugs to protect his ears from the high-decibel chainsaw. Nor has the Secret Service outfitted Bush with a hidden communications device, according to Dickens: "He doesn't need something like that because the Secret Service is always with him. They ride in the truck in the back. Wherever he goes, they're with him."

Despite the official denials, the bulge brouhaha is still ballooning. On Tuesday, the New York Daily News produced a master tailor named Frank Shattuck who, after viewing photos from both debates, confirmed, "There's definitely something there, in between the shoulder blades. I can't say what it is, but it's not hidden very well. They should have come to me. I can hide a pistol under the breast."

In Orlando, Florida, TV station WFTV polled its viewers, asking, �Do you believe the accusations that President George W. Bush was wired during the presidential debate?� Of 35,000 respondents, only 42 percent answered no, while 36 percent replied yes, and 22 percent said possibly.

Meanwhile, blogs, chat rooms, bulletin boards -- and Salon's letters pages -- continue to buzz with discussion about Bush's possible electronic enhancement. Reports are flying around the Web about earlier televised events where audio glitches allegedly permitted TV viewers to hear someone directing what Bush to say, including his public remarks at the Sea Island G-8 summit meeting in June, his D-day anniversary speech in France, and a New York speech following 9/11.

One thing is certain: During the final presidential debate in Tempe, Ariz., on Wednesday night, all eyes will be on Bush's back.

Voter Fraud in Nevada

So basically, registering to vote is great, as long as it�s for the Right party.

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Employees of a private voter registration company allege that hundreds, perhaps thousands of voters who may think they are registered will be rudely surprised on election day. The company claims hundreds of registration forms were thrown in the trash.

Anyone who has recently registered or re-registered to vote outside a mall or grocery store or even government building may be affected.

The I-Team has obtained information about an alleged widespread pattern of potential registration fraud aimed at Democrats. The focus of the story is a private registration company called Voters Outreach of America, AKA America Votes.

The out-of-state firm has been in Las Vegas for the past few months, registering voters. It employed up to 300 part-time workers and collected hundreds of registrations per day, but former employees of the company say that Voters Outreach of America only wanted Republican registrations.

Two former workers say they personally witnessed company supervisors rip up and trash registration forms signed by Democrats.

"We caught her taking Democrats out of my pile, handed them to her assistant and he ripped them up right in front of us. I grabbed some of them out of the garbage and she tells her assisatnt to get those from me," said Eric Russell, former Voters Outreach employee.

The impact for Democrats, of course, is clear: "So the people on those forms who think they will be able to vote on Election Day are sadly mistaken."
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scarily, this isn't the only place with highly suspicious voting registration issues.
They (i.e. the evil GOP) are seriously trying to stop the democratic process.
It makes my blood boil.
Where is the mainstream media on this story???

RNC funds voter supression efforts
Another one in Minnesota
And Wisconsin

Who's the true flip-flopper?
This is awesome!
Furious Flip-Flopping W

Tuesday, October 12, 2004

Mad About The Buoy

Of course, i'm talking about the surge by John Kerry of course.
I mean, yeah.
All right now.
Go to aisle two and pick up your refreshments in the pear stand.
why must you insist on having two glasses of milk with your refreshments? A true tale of intrigue, this is.
Of course, why am i leaving the electoral college?
Maybe because i'm getting expelled from the electoral college for bad grades. Or maybe, must maybe, a bad attitude.
You never do know.
I do know.
but you, you don't know.
Larry was right about you, pigs do go better with milk.

my bear has the right to sit on the fragmented loins of your bear.
that's what the constitution says.
all our rights guaranteed, unless dead.
then, all rights revoked.

back to dead people again.
they're dead.
more people are dead today than yesterday.
if we're talking in historical terms.
of course, more people are alive today.
or are they?
that would be the ultimate record keeping.
i could do it.
world accountant of people dead and alive.
a constant chart.

give that one to the gipper.
he's dead too.

Monday, October 11, 2004

I Ain't Trippin'

OK, so i got a little harsh in my last missive. these things happen from time to time. you'll have that.
ya see.
cuz we iz angry, yessir.
we, meaning the American people, we is angry, gov'nah.
and we ain't takin' dis shit no mo.

i think i just slipped into three different phonetic accents there.
thank goodness i only hear those accents in my head.
for those of you at home, you'll just have to come up with something.

i missed decompression yesterday. i was quite ill when i woke up sunday morning. spent the entire day in bed. i do feel well rested, i have to say.
and we watched 'saved!' which was pretty good. fluffy but welcome, especially in my world.
the world i live in.
not the world you live in.
different world.
not a lisa bonet kind of different world.
that was just college shit.
i'm talking real world shit.
cause you know there's nobody better than me at keeping it real.
unless, i want to keep it more fake.
which happens from time to time.
man the torpedoes, full speed cheesehead.

i know you're looking at me weird.
it's likely because of the color of my goatee.
just like scott peterson's goatee.
when he was confused.
but i digress.
i can't believe i just mentioned scott peterson.
thanks PastTim.
you really know how to talk to people, yeah.

also, i highly recommend drinking and writing once in awhile.
it's amazing what kind of crazy shit comes out of you (see previous entry).

yeah, what happened was i was forcefed through live turnip dressing matches. it was a touchy, tough time.

in case you didn't know it, Christopher Reeve died.
people wanted to (and did) say "Superman" died, but that's lame that people only use that single reference point in his career as a way to define the man. on the other hand, how can you forget that performance in "Superman 2" when he twirls the world back in time so he can redo shit.
that would be so rad.

anyway, Chris Reeve. crazy. Rodney Dangerfield too.
Elliott Smith too.
a year ago, but still. he's also dead.
maybe it's because i'm listening to the new Earlimart record that's sort of a dedication to Mr. Smith.
Then i'm also going to listen to the new Elliott Smith record, using recordings he made before he stabbed himself in the chest with a knife.
people that aren't elliott smith had to finish the record without him, cause he died.
and it feels a little weird.
i must say.
and yeah.

so here i go off into the knife/night with a pocket in my hand and a bottle of whiskey in my chancre holder.
it's a lovely site.
don't forget your rubbers.

i was talking about the rubber shoes to cover your nice patent leather (what exactly is patent leather anyway?) shoes when it's raining outside. they're like suede - they need protection.

also, i'm enrolling in the electoral college this fall.
can't wait till i get my grades back.
shove my face in a paint chipper.
maybe not.
but you thought of it.
haste makes hasten.

Saturday, October 09, 2004

free pass/venting

i know it's not just me in saying that Bush has gotten a free pass. But he has.
From like everyone, cuz he's gregarious and smart but not smart, you know?
also because he's a former drug addict and alcoholic. so we all kind of feel for him. maybe we can relate on that level too.

but for fuck's sake, enough is fucking enough.
people tonight are saying that Bush improved in this round, that he showed he could bounce back.
but you know what? why the FUCK should we care that that little shrub improves? it's like he's retarded and we're all trying to root him on, hoping he'll see the error of his ways soon enough.
wake up people! christ.
stop giving him the benefit of the doubt.
stop falling for his temporary charm.
Bush is a bad man. a very bad man. a man who should not be president. he is weak. he is a piece of shit. he is a bitch. he should shut the fuck up and go the fuck away. he's a maniacal man hellbent on bringing us close to our supposed "destiny" according to the king james bible and its tales of armageddon in Revelation.
you know what? the future is changeable. why does Bush always insist that he's right?
god, i fucking despise bush with more passion than anyone i've ever despised a human being in my entire life.

he's ruining america. he's a fascist pig hellbent on controlling everything we say and do.
why don't people see that shit?
please, why can't people understand what a fucking piece of shit pussy-ass pissant loser Bush is?

fuck BUSH!
you lowly worm.
you ass-breathing cockroach.

no one will miss your weak-ass whining after you lose, loser.

so fuck you gop. fuck you bush. i hope you rot in hell.


whew, i feel better now.

Friday, October 08, 2004

Is Bush secretly getting his lines fed to him?

Wow, if this is true, it's HUGE!
Is Bush Wired?
Bulge Pic
Bush's mystery bulge

This is reprinted from

Bush's mystery bulge
The rumor is flying around the globe. Was the president wired during
the first debate?
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By Dave Lindorff

Oct. 8, 2004 | Was President Bush literally channeling Karl Rove in
his first debate with John Kerry? That's the latest rumor flooding the
Internet, unleashed last week in the wake of an image caught by a
television camera during the Miami debate. The image shows a large
solid object between Bush's shoulder blades as he leans over the
lectern and faces moderator Jim Lehrer.

The president is not known to wear a back brace, and it's safe to say
he wasn't packing. So was the bulge under his well-tailored jacket a
hidden receiver, picking up transmissions from someone offstage
feeding the president answers through a hidden earpiece? Did the
device explain why the normally ramrod-straight president seemed
hunched over during much of the debate?

Bloggers are burning up their keyboards with speculation. Check out
the president's peculiar behavior during the debate, they say. On
several occasions, the president simply stopped speaking for an
uncomfortably long time and stared ahead with an odd expression on his
face. Was he listening to someone helping him with his response to a
question? Even weirder was the president's strange outburst. In a
peeved rejoinder to Kerry, he said, "As the politics change, his
positions change. And that's not how a commander in chief acts. I, I,
uh -- Let me finish -- The intelligence I looked at was the same
intelligence my opponent looked at." It must be said that Bush pointed
toward Lehrer as he declared "Let me finish." The green warning light
was lit, signaling he had 30 seconds to, well, finish.

Hot on the conspiracy trail, I tried to track down the source of the
photo. None of the Bush-is-wired bloggers, however, seemed to know
where the photo came from. Was it possible the bulge had been
Photoshopped onto Bush's back by a lone conspiracy buff? It turns out
that all of the video of the debate was recorded and sent out by Fox
News, the pool broadcaster for the event. Fox sent feeds from multiple
cameras to the other networks, which did their own on-air
presentations and editing.

To watch the debate again, I ventured to the Web site of the most
sober network I could think of: C-SPAN. And sure enough, at minute 23
on the video of the debate, you can clearly see the bulge between the
president's shoulder blades.

Bloggers stoke the conspiracy with the claim that the Bush
administration insisted on a condition that no cameras be placed
behind the candidates. An official for the Commission on Presidential
Debates, which set up the lecterns and microphones on the Miami stage,
said the condition was indeed real, the result of negotiations by both
campaigns. Yet that didn't stop Fox from setting up cameras behind
Bush and Kerry. The official said that "microphones were mounted on
lecterns, and the commission put no electronic devices on the
president or Senator Kerry." When asked about the bulge on Bush's
back, the official said, "I don't know what that was."

So what was it? Jacob McKenna, a spyware expert and the owner of the
Spy Store, a high-tech surveillance shop in Spokane, Wash., looked at
the Bush image on his computer monitor. "There's certainly something
on his back, and it appears to be electronic," he said. McKenna said
that, given its shape, the bulge could be the inductor portion of a
two-way push-to-talk system. McKenna noted that such a system makes
use of a tiny microchip-based earplug radio that is pushed way down
into the ear canal, where it is virtually invisible. He also said a
weak signal could be scrambled and be undetected by another

Mystery-bulge bloggers argue that the president may have begun using
such technology earlier in his term. Because Bush is famously prone to
malapropisms and reportedly dyslexic, which could make successful use
of a teleprompter problematic, they say the president and his handlers
may have turned to a technique often used by television reporters on
remote stand-ups. A reporter tapes a story and, while on camera, plays
it back into an earpiece, repeating lines just after hearing them,
managing to sound spontaneous and error free.

Suggestions that Bush may have using this technique stem from a D-day
event in France, when a CNN broadcast appeared to pick up -- and
broadcast to surprised viewers -- the sound of another voice seemingly
reading Bush his lines, after which Bush repeated them. Danny
Schechter, who operates the news site, and who has
been doing some investigating into the wired-Bush rumors himself, said
the Bush campaign has been worried of late about others picking up
their radio frequencies -- notably during the Republican Convention on
the day of Bush's appearance. "They had a frequency specialist stop me
and ask about the frequency of my camera," Schechter said. "The
Democrats weren't doing that at their convention."

Repeated calls to the White House and the Bush national campaign
office over a period of three days, inquiring about what the president
may have been wearing on his back during the debate, and whether he
had used an audio device at other events, went unreturned. So far the
Kerry campaign is staying clear of this story. When called for a
comment, a press officer at the Democratic National Committee claimed
on Tuesday that it was "the first time" they'd ever heard of the
issue. A spokeswoman at the press office of Kerry headquarters refused
to permit me to talk with anyone in the campaign's research office.
Several other requests for comment to the Kerry campaign's press
office went unanswered.

As for whether we really do have a Milli Vanilli president, the answer
at this point has to be, God only knows.

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About the writer
Dave Lindorff is the author of the new book "This Can't Be Happening!
Resisting the Disintegration of American Democracy." Reach him at

Thursday, October 07, 2004


Ah, it's nice. Bush is starting to feel like a loser. And that's good.
Because overall mood and momentum is everything.
i can't tell you how angry i instantly feel whenever i see someone proudly sporting their Bush placards in the back of their trucks or SUVs (and it's true, W stickers do tend to be on the larger vehicles on the road). How can you be for this fool?
i always look at the driver to see what nimrod is

where is my pipa? i can't find my pipa. can you tell me where my pipa is? i can't find my pipa. dammit.

windtunnel supreme.

have you noticed the hot new trend is saying "F'd" instead of saying "Fucked"? it's true. i've noticed it. therefore, truth.

i feel encouraged by my new move today to my new department in my new job!
yeah, remember those "tall tales" i spoke of in recent entries?
well, the facts are in.
i have a job.
of course, i cannot say where i'm working specifically. it's a large internet company.
and i am happy. sure the commute sucks major major ass. and i desperately want to move to the City, especially since i'll have the train option. but i truly like my coworkers. i feel challenged every day. yet, i don't feel overwhelmed. i was at first. but any new job, you're overwhelmed at first. understanding the culture of the company, your specific roles and duties.
all that shit.
so yeah, finally, at long last, i have a full-time job. that i feel comfortable in.
it's a very calming feeling i must say. i was less "excited," per se, than i would have expected.
but damn, i finally feel like something went my way.
all the shit i've endured.
and i'm not looking for a pity party.
but yeah.
shit yeah!!!

so, yeah, that's the true tales i didn't tell testily.
shit (golly!).

well, i must watch the Daily Show.
it's an addiction.
you understand.

btw, i really really hope kerry breaks the rules in the third debate and addresses Bush directly. what does he have to lose? and what will happen? it'll show kerry's ballsy.

Go Kerry!
Beat this motherfucking piece of shit!
I want to stop thinking about it.
see how selfish i am?

sucka mcs

Wednesday, October 06, 2004

Ecoutez et Repetez

i.e. Listen and repeat - 9/11 9/11 9/11 9/11.

Check This Movie Out

I hate undecided voters. How can you still be undecided? How can you NOT know who you're voting for by now? You haven't had enough of an introduction from Dubya the last four years? my god. i think undecided voters are taking advantage of the fact that they're being courted by all the news media. undecided voters are dumb.

Sunday, October 03, 2004

Let's play pretend!

Fox New Channel admits reporter posted fake story about Kerry

i never thought i'd hear a news anchor say "magma is on the move." shows you i'm sometimes stupid.
or maybe i just don't anticipate a volcano erupting. damn.

Saturday, October 02, 2004

Finally, Part II:
Tim Tells Tale Tales Testily

The basis for your question is valid. i do admit. And adjust.
but yet, for now, it has been a timely tale that time has not forgotten.
i am thirsty, therefore i drink.
from the cup that is cupping the wondrous cups.
cup it.

ooh baby, you know what that's worth

do you know where you're going to? do you like the things that life is showing you? are you going to? do you know?
you know, everything has a beginning, a middle and an end. cliched,yes i am fuck you, but it's goddamn true.
look at your dead grandparents for example.
they are dead.
you are not dead.
see the difference?
being dead is fucking lame. i mean, dead people can't help being lame. because they're dead.
but shit, being alive rocks. i might as well do it as long as i can. remember the swiss cake rolls? things will be different once we have an extravaganza for all. and remember to shove that turtledove out, lest we may perish.
so sayeth the shepherd, so sayeth the flock.
fuck your grandma's favorite vase. she didn't know what was up anyway. did she really?
i'm sorry if your grandmammy is still kicking it and shit, cuz i don't mean to bug ya, like the edge, but still, grandmammy likes to kick that shit togethah. don't you know. you do. and you shall. buttress of creme de brulele plus cheese and gravy.
fuck chinese passenger trains.

you know what i'm saying. damn. and shit.
fudge pucking mud rucking for the lame at ill.
you know, things will be different once we reach the land of canaan. fuck childhood. the coat of many colors belongs to me, not joseph. your life is all a lie, based on false pretenses.
you also know that america is afraid of tom t. hall. suck that down and chew on it before biting.

so sayeth the shepherd.
so sayeth the flock.

go go go autocratic society!
go go go martial law!
go go go cabaret license enforcement!
go go go naked pygmie love!

shovels are available for those tho have completed passforms that are no longer part of the system. but if you ask don in hrfuckddrucker, you will killl him and his skills in short time. ah, if only i weren't so ham handed, i might miss my hyphenated cue.
fuck america.
fuck chocolate syrup dripping chocolate number atop tits is good. no more extraterrestrial soap.

thanks for being dead for awhile. don't worry you'll die again.
and again and again and again.
i begat bernard sumner, who begat alfred hotchkiss, who begat pater punter, who begat america.
thank you lovely children of the seefeel chocolate factory. based in britain, no doubt.
fudge is better than children.
the future does NOT belong to the children.
the future belongs to my pacifist leanings.
nor are you a member of my societal basis.
take that chatham!
maybe you had sex with the spinster.
she didn't tell me, for she is not with us.
nor is she with child.
even if she did have sex.
one does not begat the other, don't you know?
i thought you could tell me the name of my bicep purchaser.
i suppose not.
for you don't have bacon or children that are baked.
at least from my perspective.
pimps for damnation. start the debate.