Wednesday, August 13, 2008

Big Dan's Big News August 13, 2008

Bush knocks Cheney out of the #1 spot for the funniest joke ever! In Big Dan's Big News August 11 (below on this page), I said the funniest joke ever was Cheney saying that Russia's "invasion" of Georgia (Georgia attacked FIRST, btw...) "must not go unanswered". Now, Bush has said, “Russia has invaded a sovereign neighbouring state and threatens a democratic government elected by its people. Such an action is unacceptable in the 21st century”

HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA!!! THAT was the funniest joke ever!!! Cheney moves down to #2!!! These guys are too much!!! They're funnier than the TWO STOOGES!!!

Hey you two guys: YOU lied us into attacking TWO sovereign countries who didn't even attack us!!!

Are you two INSANE or ARROGANT making statements like this???

Are you guys in a plastic bubble isolated from the American public, or is it just that you DON'T GIVE A SHIT WHAT WE THINK??? I guess when you steal elections, you don't have to worry about what the American voters think, because you're not accountable to them!!! That's why you're doing what you are doing!!! And that is only proving you stole two elections!!!

Moscow threatens Georgia regime, says Bush

John McSenile, clanking around in the background, says "We're all Georgians now"!

McSenile: "We're all Georgians now"

Anti-Olympic Update - In Europe

It's amazing how adding the phrase "in Europe" makes our military actions more palatable, even fun.

Mikhail Gorbachev

"By declaring the Caucasus, a region that is thousands of miles from the American continent, a sphere of its 'national interest,' the United States made a serious blunder," Gorbachev said in an opinion piece to be published in the Washington Post on Tuesday.


Like a cornered dog, the BBC has lashed out at a growing movement of organized critics of Bush 'conspiracy theories' of 911. How credible is this offensive? BBC reporting of 911 is at the very least 'questionable', at worst, 'dishonest'. I suggest that the BBC is trying to save face, having blown almost every opportunity to report honestly with regard to the events of 911.

BBC "reporting" the collapse of 47-story WTC building 7, the building that fell demolition-style in 6 seconds flat, even thought it wasn't hit by a plane. The funny thing? They're reporting on its collapse before it collapsed, and it's in the background "live" as the reporter is "reporting" that it collapsed!


Democrat Jared Polis poised to be 3rd "out" gay in congress. That makes 200 gay congressmen: 3 "out" and 197 "closet" gay Republicans making anti-gay legislation!

Polis poised to be first non-incumbent out gay elected to Congress


Some Web Firms Say They Track Behavior Without Explicit Consent

Manual will help save fuel, says Carbon County man

But why, 30 years after its creation, are there still hardly any vehicles on the market that can get 50 miles per gallon, let alone 200? According to Turner, not long after the carburetor was patented, the five major oil companies at the time got together and purchased all the patent rights to the carburetor and similar projects. “These carburetors aren’t in cars today for the simple reason that the gas companies bought the patents and kept it from being publicized,” he said. Numerous phone calls by Times-Shamrock Newspapers to ExxonMobil, Texaco and Shell seeking comment were not returned.

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