Once again it is time to play: How Effed Up IS Bush??

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Once again it is time to play: How Effed Up IS Bush??

Postby yesferatu » Mon Aug 14, 2006 3:10 am

I know you know there are severe mental problems with Bush, but admit it: we need to go over the details often, sometimes over and over, to assure ourselves that we are not imagining things. <br><br>First up,a Buzzflash reader contribution. I know how "amateur" that sounds, but please take it in. Good stuff.<br><br><<Bush - Stoned? Drunk? Medicated? Retarded? Presidential Tester for the Pharmaceutical Industry? You Decide........<br>Submitted by BuzzFlash on Wed, 07/19/2006 - 8:06am. Reader Contribution<br><br>A BUZZFLASH READER CONTRIBUTION<br>by Ruth Lopez<br><br>Bush is fried. He's either drinking, smoking pot, medicated, or some combination of all of them. Either that or the man has taken a one-way trip to crazy town.<br><br>Watch his gibberish at the G8, especially the bizarre stuff about how long the plane flights to various countries are. If you take out the comments of the other leaders (because they actually sound intelligent and not like drunken bar talk) and just read what Bush says, he sounds just like someone who is more than half looped.<br><br>"Gotta go home. Gotta do sumthin tonight. Get ona plane. Go home. It's a long flight. How long is your flight? That's a long flight. Your country is big. His country is big too." Retarded or stoned, you decide.<br><br>This is the kind of mindless bar drivel that drunks who can't shut up drone on with. They just keep running their mouths, totally disconnected from the non-verbal clues of the people around them.<br><br>Watch the press conference where Bush couldn't stop talking about the pig roast. It didn't matter what anyone asked him, he just kept saying whatever his addled brain was looping on, in this case, the pig. Typical stoned behavior. It reminded me of the time Bush went to Canada and couldn't get off the subject of the mouth one of the Canadian Prime Minister's staff members! "You've got a purty mouth." Not once but several times. "You've sure got a purty mouth." And, "Your mouth is prettier than my Scott's mouth." (The poor guy's name was Scott.) Who does this? Outside of bars or institutions, I mean.<br><br>Watch Bush's body language at the table with Blair talking over his shoulder. Bush is sitting, almost slouched back in his chair, like a guy at a barbeque on his second or third 6 pack, chomping on his food with his mouth open, and making minimal effort to intelligently keep up his end of the conversation by occasionally throwing in something he mistakenly thinks is sufficient.<br><br>Watch the body language of the other leaders and the way they react to him. With the exception of Blair, they act very restrained and controlled around Bush, maintaining a public facade of geniality while holding back from actually being engaged with him. What seems to be obsequiousness from Blair may actually be him simply trying to get through the fog around Bush's brain to penetrate with a little reality without setting him off. Meanwhile, Bush's social modus operandi with everyone, including other world leaders, is to overuse forced jocularity and pretend intimacy to convey a relationship that does not exist.<br><br>When he walked up behind the German leader and started giving her an unsolicited shoulder massage, her body tightened up and she actually grimaced. She wasn't enjoying that, she was enduring it. Before that Bush can be seen wandering aimlessly around the room while the rest of the grown-ups were conducting the business they were there for.<br><br>This is not normal behavior. Watch him closely sometime when he's having trouble staying coherent and you can see his eyes come in and out of focus. He does it at the table when Blair is speaking to him and he's looking out across the room as he chomps open-mouthed on his food. This is a distinct change from Bush's speech and behavior at other times. In fact, radical variations in his behavior and speech can be seen by watching him when he is unscripted. Sometimes he's coherent, other times he looks like staying coherent long enough to get a sentence out is almost beyond him, (these are the times he seems to get mean-drunk angry when anyone dares to question him), and sometimes he is just off-the-wall bizarre.<br><br>I'll say it again; the man is plastered, stoned, or medicated. This goes a long way to explaining how he is so incredibly disengaged from war, disasters and their destructive effects: he is too out of it to relate. Drunks and addicts are incapable of empathy, everything is about them and their next high. When Cheney shot that guy, Bush acted like he had just found out about it days after it happened. Same with New Orleans. Bodies were rotting in the ruins of the city, when Bush had been warned that it could, and likely would happen, happen, and Bush's response was to reminisce about partying.<br><br>There are bizarre internet rumors of a personal portable toilet for Bush to use when overseas, (to prevent foreign analysis of his excrement) <br><!--EZCODE AUTOLINK START--><a href="http://www.rense.com/general72/fexc.htm.">www.rense.com/general72/fexc.htm.</a><!--EZCODE AUTOLINK END--><br>Normally I would blow them off as some of the wilder of conspiracy theories, but watching Bush's actions over the last week, I can't help but wonder, to what lengths would they go to hide it if it were true? If he is too incapacitated?<br><br>What would they do to keep up the appearance of his functionality? Who could or would step up and do anything about it if he is unfit to serve? The people around him are not people willing to part with the power they have granted themselves, and that's an understatement. And with Bush at the top of the chain and out of the loop, or just plain looped, who is holding anybody below him accountable? His staff? Congress and the Media have abdicated their responsibilities, who will do it?<br><br>Hell, they're all trying to give him, and therefore themselves, even more unlimited power than they have already taken. As long as they can keep up the illusion that he's functioning.........you decide.>><br><!--EZCODE LINK START--><a href="http://www.buzzflash.com/articles/contributors/312">buzzflash</a><!--EZCODE LINK END--><br><br>Second up, this from one of LaRouche's buds...okay...pot kettle....regardless, you migh find it interesting.<br><br><<This article appears in the August 18, 2006 issue of Executive Intelligence Review.<br>In Your Guts, You Know He's Nuts<br><br>by Jeffrey Steinberg<br><br>The word is circulating in high-level Republican Party circles that former President George H.W. Bush is profoundly worried about the mental state of his son, the current President. According to the sources, Bush 41 has been communicating with his own intimate circle, including former National Security Advisor Brent Scowcroft, and former Secretary of State James Baker III, along with former President Bill Clinton, about G.W.'s over-the-top support for Israel's current self-destructive assault on Lebanon. The ex-President has reportedly conveyed to his close associates that he fears that G.W. is in a messianic state and is "unreachable," even by such close advisors as Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice. Insight magazine, the online publication of the Washington Times, buttressed this account, reporting in early August that, for the first time, a rift has developed between Rice and President Bush, over the President's one-sided support for Israel, in the ongoing Israeli Defense Forces invasion of Lebanon.<br><br>The former Presidents—Bush and Clinton—who have worked together on post-Katrina humanitarian relief efforts and other projects, are reportedly attempting to encourage President Bush to take the diplomatic high ground, and avoid further bloodshed in Lebanon, which could spill over into an out-of-control "clash of civilizations" conflict, engulfing much of the planet.<br><br>Unfortunately for the Bush Family legacy, and for the fate of the United States and the world at large, there is scant evidence that the President is in the least interested in returning from the Far Side. If anything, his performance during an Aug. 7 press conference with Rice at Crawford, Texas, convinced many previously hopeful observers that George W. Bush is suffering from what some would dare to call "absolute insanity."<br><br>To be sure, the notorious sociopath, Vice President Dick Cheney, has been one of the principal Bush Administration architects of Israel's no-holds-barred invasion of Lebanon, and has been waging a behind-the-scenes war with an ever-more inept and frustrated Condi Rice, over the issue. And, as even the New York Times noted on Aug. 10, National Security Council Near East chief Elliott Abrams, one of the leading "Clean Break" neo-cons remaining in the Bush White House inner circle, has been Cheney's mole, shadowing Rice to Israel and Lebanon, and reporting back to the Vice President's office, to make sure that the Israeli hardliners prevail, even if it means they steer the Jewish State into a suicidal Thirty Years' War misadventure across their northern border.<br><br>Sources close to the White House have been reporting for several months that Cheney has been waiting in the wings for Rice's diplomacy to hit a brick wall. At that point, the sources report, Cheney intends to step back into the limelight, and press President Bush to order military action against Iran. Plans have been on the drawing board at the Strategic Command for a year or more, for vigorous air strikes against as many as 40 sites inside Iran, said by the Cheney faction to be part of an underground nuclear weapons program.<br><br>Furthermore, the administration has been in talks with European NATO allies and Israel over the need to "take out" Iran's alleged asymmetric warfare asset, Hezbollah, prior to any direct confrontation with Tehran. From Cheney's point of view, the now ongoing Israeli incursion into Lebanon, which is moving as of this writing, into a fullscale ground invasion, is a critical first step towards a military confrontation with Iran, that, he hopes, will result in regime-change in Tehran. David Frum, the former Bush speechwriter who authored the now infamous "Axis of Evil" State of the Union address in January 2002, told the McClatchy newspapers that, "The reason he's [President Bush] been giving the green light to Israel in southern Lebanon is he's heading toward a confrontation with Iran. Hezbollah is Iran's strongest weapon. That's what this is about—the United States benefits from taking away Iran's weapon."<br>Bush Eyes Armageddon<br><br>But for all of their imperial fantasies, Cheney—and, perhaps, even Abrams—are driven by real-world considerations like oil geopolitics, and the larger Synarchist drive to foment perpetual asymmetric warfare all across Eurasia, to shatter the Westphalian nation-state system. They are sickos to be sure, but not religious zealots, caught up in End Times fantasies and God complexes. Bush, on the other hand, is believed by some close observers to be in a paranoid, megalomaniacal state, in which he harbors Armageddonist delusions that God personally intervened to place him in the Presidency, to support Israel in the present bloody fiasco in Lebanon. If these reports have even a shred of truth behind them, the U.S.A., Israel, and the extended Southwest Asian region are in even more grave danger.<br><br>Dr. Justin Frank, the noted George Washington University Medical School psychiatrist and author of the book-length diagnosis of the President, Bush on the Couch—Inside the Mind of the President (see book review, in this section), detailed George W. Bush's 24-year bout with alcoholism, which only ended when the Rev. Billy Graham converted the future President to born-again Christianity. Dr. Frank warned, in his frightening clinical evaluation of the President, that Bush never recovered from his alcoholism, never received any kind of treatment for the disease, and merely adopted another mechanism to escape reality—a form of religious zealotry, associated with the Christian Zionism of such latter-day Elmer Gantry types as Graham, Jerry Falwell, and Pat Robertson.<br><br>A look inside President Bush's "special relationship" to Israel appeared in an Aug. 3, 2006 McClatchy wire story by Ron Hutcheson. Hutcheson interviewed Matthew Brooks, a Max Fisher protégé, who was the executive director of the Republican Jewish Coalition in 1998, when he escorted then-Texas Gov. George W. Bush and three other GOP governors on a tour of the Middle East. It was on this trip that Bush had his first encounter with Ariel Sharon, then the Israeli Foreign Minister, who took him on a helicopter tour of the Israeli Occupied Territories.<br><br>"If there's a starting point for George W. Bush's attachment to Israel," Brooks told Hutcheson, "it's the day in late 1998, when he stood on a hilltop where Jesus delivered the Sermon on the Mount, and, eyes brimming with tears, read aloud from his favorite hymn, 'Amazing Grace.' He was very emotional. It was a tear-filled experience. He brought Israel back home with him in his heart. I think he came away profoundly moved."<br><br>In a 2005 speech, President Bush reflected on his helicopter tour with Sharon: "It's interesting how history works, isn't it? The future President of the United States and the future Prime Minister of Israel were flying across that country, with him describing to me how to keep Israel secure."<br>Strategic Distraction<br><br>Increasingly, American voters are waking up to the fact that the President of the United States gives all the clinical appearances of being mad as a hatter. The Aug. 8 Democratic Primary vote in Connecticut, in which incumbent Sen. Joseph Lieberman was defeated by insurgent candidate Ned Lamont, was as much a vote of no-confidence in Bush and Cheney, as it was a repudiation of Iraq warhawk Lieberman. Stephen Colbert, the television humorist, had captured the essence of the Bush-Lieberman love affair in a recent TV spot, which featured news footage of the President's smooch on the Connecticut Senator's lips, during a Presidential speech before a joint session of Congress.<br><br>The day after Lieberman's stunning defeat, Vice President Cheney made a rare phone call to a group of reporters, in which he ranted that Lieberman's defeat represented a major victory for "al-Qaeda types." The very next day, Aug. 10, British police carried out arrests of 24 Muslims, declared a state of terrorist red alert, and announced that a plot to blow up trans-Atlantic commercial airliners headed from Heathrow Airport to the United States, had been foiled. The Bush Administration instantaneously went into full wartime propaganda mode, declaring a similar terror red alert, staging a series of news conferences and briefings, and attempting to parlay the Cheney comments about the Lieberman defeat and al-Qaeda into a political assault on the Democratic Party. At the time he spoke to reporters, Cheney knew of the pending British raids, according to news reports.<br><br>Lyndon LaRouche added a further strategic dimension to the mass-distraction efforts of the Bush-Cheney White House. LaRouche highlighted the overtime work of the "Plunge Protection Team"—centered out of the Treasury Department, the Federal Reserve, and other leading central banks around the globe—to cover up and carry out damage control for a major hedge-fund collapse, which threatens the entire world financial system. News of this hedge-fund meltdown had barely made it into the back pages of the financial press in Europe, but LaRouche had been warning for months about a major financial chain-reaction crisis before September, and the reports echoed precisely such an already ongoing event.<br><br>Security sources in the United States and Europe quickly confirmed that the timing of the crackdown on the purported British-Pakistani-based terror cell had been politically engineered to distract attention away from the accelerating collapse of public support for both President Bush and British Prime Minister Tony Blair. While the cell had been under investigation for a year, and did represent a potential threat, the public hype was completely disproportionate to the reality of the threat, and the timing was unmistakably aimed at diverting world attention away from the financial crisis and the shrinking support for the Anglo-American leaders, the sources confirmed.<br><br>Indeed, Bush and Blair, according to news accounts, had had telephone discussions for months about the probe of the terror cell, and had spoken by phone on Sunday, Aug. 6, and again on Monday, Aug. 7. Both heads of state were on vacation as of Aug. 7. Two days later, Cheney was ranting about Democrats being in bed with al-Qaeda "types," and the very next day, the sensational headlines in the Anglo-American press invoked the images of another 9/11.<br><br>Sen. Hillary Clinton (D-N.Y.), during an Aug. 11 campaign stop in New York City, lambasted Vice President Cheney for his over-the-top tirade, declaring, "I don't take anything he says seriously anymore. I think that he has been a very counterproductive—even destructive—force in our country, and I am very disheartened by the failure of leadership from the President and Vice President."<br><br>A majority of Americans appear to agree with Senator Clinton's appraisal. Sources close to White House political svengali Karl Rove reported on Aug. 11 that, to their horror, the terror hype had already backfired, with polls showing that support for Bush had fallen since the terror plot was revealed. >><br><!--EZCODE LINK START--><a href="http://www.larouchepub.com/other/2006/3333guts_nuts.html">hrere</a><!--EZCODE LINK END--> <p></p><i>Edited by: <A HREF=http://p216.ezboard.com/brigorousintuition.showUserPublicProfile?gid=yesferatu@rigorousintuition>yesferatu</A> at: 8/14/06 1:12 am<br></i>
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Re: Once again it is time to play: How Effed Up IS Bush??

Postby pugzleyca3 » Mon Aug 14, 2006 3:48 am

What we are seeing is a wind-up toy in the likeness of Bush and sometimes his handlers forget to wind him up all the way and other times they nearly break the key by winding him up too tight. <br><br>(That's what that square thing was on his back.)<br><br>Seriously, though, there's something wrong with him. <p></p><i></i>
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Re: Once again it is time to play: How Effed Up IS Bush??

Postby bvonahsen » Mon Aug 14, 2006 4:10 am

I want him to have a psychotic break live on TV. It would make my decade.<br><br>I have heard that he is on massive doses of anti-depressants. 300mg of efexor. Nasty drug that one, it's what I take, half that though (and going down, I'm taking myself off it). 300mg is right at the recomended limit. He can't go much higher. <p></p><i></i>
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Re: Once again it is time to play: How Effed Up IS Bush??

Postby yesferatu » Mon Aug 14, 2006 8:19 pm

I never thought of the need for a presidential porta-toilet, but I have to believe that rumor. I have no choice but to believe it. Any doubters that Bush's shit is hermetically sealed from scrutiny? How can such a thing be doubted? Think about it....well ok, don't think too hard about it, but...come on. <p></p><i></i>
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Re: Once again it is time to play: How Effed Up IS Bush??

Postby HMKGrey » Mon Aug 14, 2006 9:25 pm

<!--EZCODE ITALIC START--><em>I want him to have a psychotic break live on TV. It would make my decade.</em><!--EZCODE ITALIC END--><br><br>That's why they keep him off live TV. I suspect that they know there's always that chance. The 04 debates must have been their living nightmare. Hence the device. It was probably a shocker so that he could be "keeled over" to order if need be. <br><br>Ultimately, the guy quite probably deserves pity. <p></p><i></i>
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Re: Once again it is time to play: How Effed Up IS Bush??

Postby LilyPatToo » Mon Aug 14, 2006 10:00 pm

Occasionally, I manage to summon up pity for him...but usually, I feel that he's currently getting stress that he richly deserves. If you've read Kitty Kelley's unauthorized bio of the family, it's a tale of degeneration and dilution of both intellect and moral fiber over the past 3 generations...and they weren't much to begin with. <br><br>$hrub comes across as a stupid, crass, profane bully and a mean drunk. The only reason he isn't languishing at the very bottom of the heap is his father's influence. And that of the rest of the allied, intermarried rich families who help each other's spawn, no matter how dim or degenerate.<br><br>I've been on heavy-duty antidepressants and am here to tell ya that they subtract IQ points if you're on them long enough and they're really powerful. G W Bu$h's intelligence level was probably below normal to begin with and at this point, I'm guessing he's not far above room temperature. Weaned off, he might function a little better, but he'll never be more than a dim bulb. Drugged, at least he's a controllable dim bulb. I've never seen a stupider person in the White House and the fact that half this country can't even see how dumb he is just appalls me.<br><br>LilyPat <p></p><i></i>
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Re: Once again it is time to play: How Effed Up IS Bush??

Postby greencrow0 » Mon Aug 14, 2006 11:47 pm

Yes, LilyPat<br><br>as bizarre as GWB's behaviour has been...what's more bizarre and disturbing is the absolute coma that the US public has been in for at least 6 years.<br><br>gc <p></p><i></i>
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The Queen's special toilet

Postby Avalon » Mon Aug 14, 2006 11:49 pm

For decades it's been reported that the British royal family, at least the major members, have their own bathroom facilities brought in for public appearances. Sometimes they get dismantled until next time without being used. The figure of 75,000 pounds (money, not poo) sticks in my head from somewhere.<br><br>So it wouldn't be unreasonable to think that they's do the same with Bush. <p></p><i></i>
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Re: Once again it is time to play: How Effed Up IS Bush??

Postby Hugh Manatee Wins » Tue Aug 15, 2006 12:37 am

We all know that W is irrelevent regarding policies. He's just a hood ornament.<br><br>But more and more it seems to me that the way he distracts, disturbs, and unsettles us is actually a form of psychological warfare, like the magician's other hand.<br><br>He serves to disorient us while our pockets are picked and more of our kids are deployed to kill or die.<br><br>Don't watch the monkey. Watch the Grinder. <p></p><i></i>
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Re: Once again it is time to play: How Effed Up IS Bush??

Postby chiggerbit » Tue Aug 15, 2006 1:13 am

<!--EZCODE AUTOLINK START--><a href="http://www.merck.com/mrkshared/mmanual/section14/chapter169/169e.jsp">www.merck.com/mrkshared/m...9/169e.jsp</a><!--EZCODE AUTOLINK END--><br><br>KORSAKOFF'S SYNDROME <br>Korsakoff's syndrome occurs in about 80% of patients with Wernicke's encephalopathy. Korsakoff's syndrome often develops after a severe or repeated attack of postalcoholic delirium tremens, whether or not a typical attack of Wernicke's encephalopathy has occurred first. It also can follow subarachnoid hemorrhage, thalamic hemorrhage, thalamic ischemic stroke, and, infrequently, neoplasms affecting the paramedian posterior thalamic region.<br><br>Symptoms and signs include highly characteristic memory defects. Immediate memory is severely affected, but memory of distant events may be less so; thus, the patient's previous experience can guide his actions and responses so that there may be little apparent intellectual loss. Memory of events after the onset of the disorder--and often, for unknown reasons, for weeks or months before it--is severely or totally disturbed; disorientation to time is inevitable. <!--EZCODE BOLD START--><strong>Confabulation</strong><!--EZCODE BOLD END--> is often a striking early feature, associated with the defect in recent memory, but is less apparent in more chronic cases. The bewildered patient substitutes imaginary or confused fabrications for those he cannot recall and may be so convincing that the physician is deceived into thinking that the patient's mental state is normal. Emotional changes usually develop; they include <!--EZCODE BOLD START--><strong>apathy, blandness, or mild euphoria with little or no response to events, even frightening ones.</strong><!--EZCODE BOLD END--><br><br><br>The course, which reflects the underlying cause, is often transient. The prognosis is fairly good for patients with head injury and/or subarachnoid hemorrhage. For those with thiamine deficiency, acute necrotic encephalitis, or other conditions in which hippocampal or diencephalic destruction is irreversible, the prognosis is poor, and prolonged institutional care may be required. However, improvement may occur for as long as 12 to 24 mo after onset, and the patient should not be prematurely institutionalized.<br><br>Early treatment includes attention to the thiamine deficiency and adequate hydration. When prolonged fluid therapy is required, special attention must be given to vitamin and caloric requirements. No specific treatment is helpful.<br><br> <p></p><i>Edited by: <A HREF=http://p216.ezboard.com/brigorousintuition.showUserPublicProfile?gid=chiggerbit@rigorousintuition>chiggerbit</A> at: 8/14/06 11:17 pm<br></i>
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Re: Once again it is time to play: How Effed Up IS Bush??

Postby professorpan » Tue Aug 15, 2006 1:20 am

His meds have been adjusted, for one thing -- the much-noted "jaw wriggle" has been absent in recent public appearances. That tic was a giveaway that he was on some heavy medication, possibly an antipsychotic. Poppy took the violence and amnesia-inducing Halcyon (Triazolam). The apple doesn't fall far from the tree.<br><br><!--EZCODE LINK START--><a href="http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Halcion">Triazolam</a><!--EZCODE LINK END--> <p></p><i></i>
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Re: Once again it is time to play: How Effed Up IS Bush??

Postby chiggerbit » Tue Aug 15, 2006 2:10 am

Is it just lazy me, or does Bush seem almost compulsive about his bike riding? <p></p><i></i>
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Re: Once again it is time to play: How Effed Up IS Bush??

Postby yesferatu » Tue Aug 15, 2006 2:19 am

I forgot about poppy's triazolam prescriptions.<br><br>Perhaps though, junior is not in a stupor after all. For look!<br>He reads Camus.<br><br><<On his summer vacation in Crawford, Texas, George Bush read Albert Camus' novel The Stranger. I'm not sure what to make of this.<br><snip><br>Whatever the reasons, Camus' story line is ripe for geopolitical literary misinterpretation. <br><snip><br>White House spokesman Tony Snow said Bush "found it an interesting book and a quick read" and talked about it with aides. "I don't want to go too deep into it, but we discussed the origins of existentialism," said Snow.<br>Oh please, Tony, go into it. This is no time to be vague. >> <!--EZCODE AUTOLINK START--><a href="http://www.slate.com/id/2147662/">www.slate.com/id/2147662/</a><!--EZCODE AUTOLINK END--><br><br>The Stranger can be seen as "a book about a soulless murderer of Arabs." <br>Christ. Sometimes I just don't know. Look. He was told to read the book. Sittin' in Crawford, the idea suddenly did not pop into his head to read....Camus.<br>It's all so calculated.<br>Origins of existentialism, my ass, Snow-job. <br> <p></p><i></i>
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Re: Once again it is time to play: How Effed Up IS Bush??

Postby HMKGrey » Tue Aug 15, 2006 3:27 am

<!--EZCODE ITALIC START--><em>Origins of existentialism</em><!--EZCODE ITALIC END-->...<br><br><!--EZCODE EMOTICON START :rollin --><img src=http://www.ezboard.com/images/emoticons/roll.gif ALT=":rollin"><!--EZCODE EMOTICON END--> <!--EZCODE EMOTICON START :rollin --><img src=http://www.ezboard.com/images/emoticons/roll.gif ALT=":rollin"><!--EZCODE EMOTICON END--> <!--EZCODE EMOTICON START :rollin --><img src=http://www.ezboard.com/images/emoticons/roll.gif ALT=":rollin"><!--EZCODE EMOTICON END--> <!--EZCODE EMOTICON START :rollin --><img src=http://www.ezboard.com/images/emoticons/roll.gif ALT=":rollin"><!--EZCODE EMOTICON END--> <!--EZCODE EMOTICON START :rollin --><img src=http://www.ezboard.com/images/emoticons/roll.gif ALT=":rollin"><!--EZCODE EMOTICON END--> <!--EZCODE EMOTICON START :rollin --><img src=http://www.ezboard.com/images/emoticons/roll.gif ALT=":rollin"><!--EZCODE EMOTICON END--> <!--EZCODE EMOTICON START :rollin --><img src=http://www.ezboard.com/images/emoticons/roll.gif ALT=":rollin"><!--EZCODE EMOTICON END--> <!--EZCODE EMOTICON START :rollin --><img src=http://www.ezboard.com/images/emoticons/roll.gif ALT=":rollin"><!--EZCODE EMOTICON END--> <!--EZCODE EMOTICON START :rollin --><img src=http://www.ezboard.com/images/emoticons/roll.gif ALT=":rollin"><!--EZCODE EMOTICON END--> <!--EZCODE EMOTICON START :rollin --><img src=http://www.ezboard.com/images/emoticons/roll.gif ALT=":rollin"><!--EZCODE EMOTICON END--> <!--EZCODE EMOTICON START :rollin --><img src=http://www.ezboard.com/images/emoticons/roll.gif ALT=":rollin"><!--EZCODE EMOTICON END--> <br><br>Got. To. Stop. Can't. Breathe. Phew. That's better. <br><br>They are laughing at us. <p></p><i></i>
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points for trying?

Postby Avalon » Tue Aug 15, 2006 3:40 am

``He tries to read Plato's Republic every year.'' Former vice president Dan Quayle's wife discusses his literary aspirations. <br><br>Not the same as "He reads Plato every year," is it? <p></p><i></i>
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