Yeah, well, I suppose you gotta get these things on paper. Still funny though.
Do we still need to drill for more? Or is that like... all over with now? I mean, now that the pressure's off, we got all this free time to get the alternatives all tooled up, right?
Only one way to block BitTorrent.
Yes, I'm well aware of your little reference there. We all read the book. I'm merely mocking your over the top paranoia with this guy. As always thanks for the laughs.
I'm jealous of you folks in the US, at least you've got a new government in 2 months time.
Not really. It's more like England's "Changing of the Guard", without the big hats.
Saudi Arabia for a couple of years to help you gain perspective about this "religious extremism".
I am not subject to their rules. What they do is irrelevant to how we live in the states. And they don't pretend to be a democracy of any sort. And They have no constitution that prohibits their government from establishing or imposing an "official" religion. We, on the hand, have a written law doing exactly that. A person or group trying to impose rules of their religion onto me is an extremist. The degree is unimportant to me. Just because they might be "worse", it doesn't make what we do okay. The concept should not be so difficult to grasp. The repubs deserve every bit of ridicule they receive for what that they have been doing since...1968 actually. It just got totally stupid in 1980, and getting worse ever since. If they want some respect, they can find another Eisenhower or Goldwater, or George Romney, somebody with a brain, even if their politics isn't exactly palatable. The trolls are the ones hollering about losing their power and possibly having to live amongst us heathens as mere equals, god forbid. Which of course, brings out the guns. They should be grateful that they got their prop 8. For which I'm counting on the backlash to separate them even further from civilized society.
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