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Jan 11th 2011 4:41PM Hey LOOK! Its Joe the Chiropractor! Can I have your auto-graph?
Jan 7th 2011 6:52PM Let me guess... you're a dumbass Republican Rush Limpaw fan who thinks the President was born in Kenya, That White makes right, and we should let the market decide which football teams go bankrupt. What a maroon.
May 29th 2010 12:06AM To Mallory Creveling , author of this article:
Thank you for writing this article. I've been suffering from this for about 9 months now, and although I feel like I'm losing my mind, sometimes, I don't think its a mental illness. In fact it can't be.
Here's how I know: I started having an increased sense of smell about a year ago. At first, it was always other people who smelled. My friend and next door neighbor, and his entire family, as well as random people I would pass or meet during the day would all have the same odor. I thought perhaps a particular brand of soap or deodorant might be causing it. When I asked my wife if she smelled it, too, I was surprised that she didn't. I was beginning to wonder if I was going crazy when I realized I could smell these people before I could see them.
Then something very strange happened. I started to smell myself. Its so maddening; no matter how many times I shower or change clothes I can't escape my own odor. And yet no one else can smell it!
But the worst part is the secret I'm hiding from my wife. I have begun to smell her as well, and I can't stand it. My wife is fastidiously clean, we have been happily married for 19 years, I love her deeply, but I can no longer have sex with her. I'm afraid this will destroy my marriage, but I really have no faith in psychotherapy. What should I do?
Apr 11th 2010 12:14AM "If you're not doing anything wrong you have nothing to worry about"
Great! When we pass gun control we can use the cameras to arrest all those people with illegal fire arms! Then we'll see Republicans do the all-too-familiar about face and insist that domestic spying is unconstitutional. Mindless tools.
Nov 27th 2009 2:05AM "Austin, an undrafted rookie out of tiny Monmouth, continued his spectacular and surprising season Thursday,"
Correction: Miles Austin joined the team in 2006. He's not a rookie.
Aug 20th 2009 12:56AM "The Hope and Change Thing" is going great, Lee. After 8 years of that moron, Bush, the country just couldn't take another one. And after all, that's the description of Palin that fits best: George W Bush in a dress. When I think about how close we came to having 4 more years of the nightmare that was Republican rule, I can't help but smile and say, "THANK GOD FOR THAT HOPE AND CHANGE THING"!
Dec 5th 2008 1:42AM Well Lisa, I can see why you support GWB. You don't know any more about our goverment than he does. The President is the chief executive; its his job to oversee the treasury department- which, oh by the way, just nationalized the banks after a year of denying anything was wrong. They refused to even admit there was a problem until the whole system was on the verge of collapse. Then they rush in and demand $700 Billion or else. What did they do with the money? They squandered it. Want proof? It was so easy they came right back for more and got it too. Then they did an end around for a couple more trillion because saps like you don't know good goverment from bad. Someday soon the truth will come out, and then you'll be asking, "why is our former President on trial? He seemed like such a nice, strong Christian." Because he destroyed the country, you dopes!
Dec 5th 2008 1:14AM Diana, if you think GWB will be "off the hook" after Jan 20, you have a rude awakening coming. Bush will be hounded for the rest of his life- count on it.
RBDick Meyer,If GWB is so smart how come he doesn't know anything about economics? Or world history? Or the Engish language for that matter. Are you really so deeply brainwashed that you can't tell he's completely ignorant?
Caroline, WMD were never the reason we went into Iraq. Just consider the original name of the mission: Operation Iraqi Liberation. Face it, he made a fool out of you and a mockery of our country.
Marie, I hate to break it to you, honey, but GWB will be lucky if he avoids prosecution. War crimes, you know.
Ken, it will still be Bush's fault and leaving office won't make the damage he's done go away, clear him of wrong-doing, or prevent his prosecution.
And to the rest of you right wing morons who still can't shake the brainwashing:
Chris is loving all this attention you've showered on him and so does his editor.You're really all so easily manipulated you MUST be stupid.
If any of you want to reply you can leave a message for me at the AOL election board, after almost 900 posts this is not a good place to debate:
Feb 7th 2007 4:46PM l think you're totally offbase. More Americans are getting ripped off by oil companies than are profitting from them, many, many more. No one is saying that they don't deserve to make a profit, but $36 billion is more than the GNP of some countries. Admit it, you're just looking for an excuse to attack her. l say cap their profits, investigate price rigging, and expose their Whitehouse ties. That will teach them a lesson about robbing Americans.
Jan 23rd 2007 12:04AM My God, l knew my fellow Americans were stupid, but this is really depressing. Think about it: Would ANYONE in the Clinton camp talk to Insight, a right wing tabloid, when they have great contacts at REAL news outlets? And if FOX doesn't vet their stories, don't you realize they aren't a trustworthy news source? And if there was a grain of truth, don't you think it would have been picked up by real news sources? All this has done is convince me we need to follow Obama's advise and jettison the divisive politics of the past. Thank God 2/3rds of America isn't listening to these hate-regurgitating rednecks anymore. Go back to your caves and leave these overly complicated concepts to people who can understand them.