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RE: We're On the Eve of Destruction
(03-08-2009 03:34 PM)Tripster Wrote:  .

"Eve Nuthin" !!!!

We are in full blown kick-ur-ass destruction mode brought to you by the White House near YOU !!!!!!

Since you Libs will never be able to admit your horrid mistake, we Conservatives will send in Mourners and Clowns to swoon you and cheer you once the Rebellion Begins.

Oh to be Han Solo and finally getting to fight the Evil Empire !!!!!!

And Robert, you can be my R2D2 you little buggun' you .... 03-lmfao 03-lmfao 03-lmfao

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Btw, here you go. Just add a word and see what is sounds like. I tried

R2D2 translator.

I have tried a few words that describe you but can't put them on here in fear of getting another warning.
03-09-2009 01:09 PM
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RE: We're On the Eve of Destruction
(03-09-2009 11:25 AM)DrTorch Wrote:  
(03-09-2009 11:19 AM)SumOfAllFears Wrote:  Fishy like what? The spanish flu in 1918 killed easily 20 to 100 million people worldwide, and they did not have the kind of travel we have today.

Because of they way every Nov there is a prediction of one of the "worst" years in decades...then in Mar the actual result is some of the "fewest" cases in decades.

If vaccinations are preventing a pandemic, hooray! But, don't deceive people every year w/ exaggeration. It's not sound science, and it misleads people. Ohio's campaign was pure fiction...but then suddenly there was a release of an active virus? Maybe it's the movie, but this is Ozymandias-creepy.
I am not sure if you are aware but a vaccination doesn't cover all forms of flu. The vaccine is usually of one strain and the type of vaccination is based on scientific "guesses".
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