None dare call it lieing

Discussion in 'World Events' started by Don Hakman, Aug 9, 2003.

  1. Don Hakman Registered Senior Member

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  3. Tiassa Let us not launch the boat ... Staff Member

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    Good show, Don

    I'm going to go to the back room right now and raise a toast to you.

    Hey ... I was wondering ...

    My partner found the "Beavis or Butthead" image on my desktop and opened it, wondering why I had a file called "bushyoung" on my computer.

    Instead of emailing to her friends like a normal person, she printed out a copy and took it to work with her .... How odd.

    But it did get me to wondering if you ever get your own stuff emailed back to you from people who are sending random pictures around to their friends.

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    Not having any friends that is not a problem

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  7. Tiassa Let us not launch the boat ... Staff Member

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    True 'nuff

    Once upon a time I had a spot of trouble with a local Apple retailer. A friend of mine, who worked for a company that ran tech support for OSX, wrote a long and rambling email to the manager of the store, and posted a paper copy outside his cubicle. A friend asked for an e-copy so he could send it on to a friend.

    Two jobs later, my friend gets his own email sent to him on one of those big office sendarounds as something someone got from a friend from a friend from a friend who's a friend ... but the circle came around and he got his own email back.

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  8. Chagur .Seeker. Registered Senior Member

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    Egg on the face ...

    Seems American pilots can't keep their mouths shut and
    the Pentagon has been caught in a lie. Looks like some
    of the habits of the Bush Administration are rubbing off.

    "The Pentagon said it had not tried to deceive. It drew
    a distinction between traditional napalm, first invented
    in 1942, and the weapons dropped in Iraq, which it
    calls Mark 77 firebombs."

    US Admits It Used Napalm in Iraq

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  9. Don Hakman Registered Senior Member

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    The Pneumonia outbreak among several hundred troops is a lie.

    When the first victim was found he was unconcious and wuickly lapsed into a coma while cascading organ failure was killing him.
    The first young trooper to die from "it" was retired from the service 5 days before his death so the parents had no benefits to visit him. The trooper's fellow soldiers chipped in $10 apiece to bring the parents to the German hospital where the young man lay dieing. Once there the father witnessed 55 more soldiers coming in with similar symptoms as was verified by nurses. The father was told his son contracted a toxin and no one was allowed to touch him. After the young man died the room was quarantined for 48 hours.

    All that is known about the young man's duty was that he was doing "hauling" trucking duty in Iraq.

    If the soldiers had not chipped in $10 apiece for the parents flight, we might not have known what really happened.
     
  10. Don Hakman Registered Senior Member

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    The Pneumonia outbreak among several hundred troops is a lie.

    When the first victim was found he was unconcious and quickly lapsed into a coma while cascading organ failure was killing him.
    The first young trooper to die from "it" was retired from the service 5 days before his death so the parents had no benefits to visit him. The trooper's fellow soldiers chipped in $10 apiece to bring the parents to the German hospital where the young man lay dieing. Once there the father witnessed 55 more soldiers coming in with similar symptoms as was verified by nurses. The father was told his son contracted a toxin and no one was allowed to touch him. After the young man died the room was quarantined for 48 hours.

    All that is known about the young man's duty was that he was doing "hauling" trucking duty in Iraq.

    If the soldiers had not chipped in $10 apiece for the parents flight, we might not have known what really happened.
     
  11. kajolishot Registered Senior Member

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    Don, great work, again.

    You should put all your work on a website. I'm getting tired of sending my friends links to indvidual pictures of yours.

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    US Admits It Used Napalm in Iraq.

    I knew we would find evidence of WMD in Iraq. I wouldn't call this lying, I would call it purposeful deception. But not lying.
     
  13. richk Registered Member

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    You can call cow dung meatloaf if you like -- but it's still bullshit.

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