Sound Destruction: I feel honored for being 'tagged'

Tuesday, June 07, 2005

I feel honored for being 'tagged'

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I got tagged by chris woods. that means I need to post the answers to four questions and then tag five others. if you found an invitation to read this in your comment section that means you have been tagged. so here are the questions and my answers.

(1) Number of books you own: what is considered a lot? on the book shelf right next to my desk I have....hold on let me count.......89. that doesn't include other book shelves and books scattered around the house. oh and then there are the school books....both from college and high school. I feel bad throwing books away so many are around in odd places.

(2) Last book bought: 2 the same day...1) chuck palahniuk - haunted 2) chuck klosterman - sex drugs and cocoa puffs* (a low culture manifesto - now with a new middle) I guess that day I was in the mood to read books by authors named chuck with wacky last names.

(3) Last book I read: kevin murphy - A Year at the Movies : One Man's Filmgoing Odyssey. fun book. (kevin murphy is the writer producer and actor in one of the funniest shows ever...mystery science 3000...and if you have never seen the show do your self a big favor and rent borrow or steal them now. the movie was amazing also.)

(4) Five books that mean a lot to me:

george orwell - 1984 - everyone should read this book because (the rest of this review has been edited by the ministry of truth)

chuck palahniuk - fight club - yes it's that chuck fellow again. this book is better than the movie .(doesn't everyone always say that? anyone out there ever read a book and found the movie better?) I love the philosophy behind the book. "if you don't know what you want...then you end up with a lot you don't."

the daily show with jon stewart presents america (the book): a citizen's guide to democracy inaction - don't ask questions...just go get it

bill flanagan - u2 at the end of the world - if you really know me you know there had to be a reference to u2 somewhere in here. amazing band, amazing book.

cs lewis - the chronicles of narnia - I still remember my pop reading them to my brother and I before bed every night when we were younger. good times.

if your site is on the following list that means you have been tagged, you're "IT", it's up to you. it's your turn to post your answers to the four questions I answered, then you tag five more sites. have fun, here's my list:


(click the picture to find out about tek tag...a high tek way to beat up on your friends.)


Blogger PATCAM2005 said...

Weeeeeeeee! Thanks Strider!

Now that I'm it, I promise to lower taxes, raise enviromental awareness and level out the nations deficit.

I promise to put bigger bathrooms in New York City's public facilities for women. And taller wall mounts in the bathrooms for the men.

Not the right "it" huh? Oh well glory comes, glory goes.

6:19 PM  
Blogger Chris Woods said...

Excellent book choices (particularly 1984 and America: The Book). Are you excited or depressed to see what Disney plans on doing to the Chronicles of Narnia books when they make them into movies?

6:35 PM  
Blogger strider said...

excited. the early looks at the movie are great. i will do a post on it shortly. check back for it.

thanks for teh tag bro!

6:42 PM  
Blogger MoxieGrrrl said...

Yoooooo BASTARD!

I can't believe how many books I had to count. ;p

9:28 PM  
Blogger tlm said...

Thanks for the tag, strider. Will post my list soon.

10:19 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hi Strider. You probably don't want to know what book I have sitting on my bedroom's "Deliver Us From Evil" by Sean Hannity. Have you heard of him?


12:21 PM  
Blogger Sar said...

Bulldog - as we state on our homepage, all views and opinions are welcome here; although, you should know that antagonizing Strider about politics is like poking a stick at a hornets' nest. So prepare yourself for the Wrath of Strider (fortunately in this Wrath, there will be no icky bugs sent slithering in your ears).

12:39 PM  
Blogger strider said...

first lets get the whole title in here for all the readers...the FULL title of the book is:

deliver us from evil: defeating terrorism, despotism, and liberalism

second...the verbal diarrhea that spills out of his mouth is so misguided and untruthful that it has to be considered comedy. oh's not? damn...who would ever trust this guy then? i guess only misguided people who don't research facts.

(for examples of some his LIES please refer to chapter 14 of al franken's LIES...and the lying liars who tell them; a fair and balanced look at the right.)

third: his lies are not just limited to what is in al's book...please enjoy the FACTS and get back to me and let me know why you would spend hard earned money on his trash.

1. WMD

HANNITY: "You're not listening, Susan. You've got to learn something. He had weapons of mass destruction. He promised to disclose them. And he didn't do it. You would have let him go free; we decided to hold him accountable." (4/13/04)

FACT: Hannity's assertion comes more than six months after Bush Administration weapons inspector David Kay testified his inspection team had "not uncovered evidence that Iraq undertook significant post-1998 steps to actually build nuclear weapons or produce fissile material" and had not discovered any chemical or biological weapons. (Bush Administration Weapons Inspector David Kay, 10/2/03)

2. Colin Powell on Iraq

HANNITY: "Colin Powell just had a great piece that he had in the paper today. He was there [in Iraq]. He said things couldn't have been better." (9/19/03)

FACT: "Iraq has come very far, but serious problems remain, starting with security. American commanders and troops told me of the many threats they face--from leftover loyalists who want to return Iraq to the dark days of Saddam, from criminals who were set loose on Iraqi society when Saddam emptied the jails and, increasingly, from outside terrorists who have come to Iraq to open a new front in their campaign against the civilized world." (Colin Powell, 9/19/03)

3. Saddam/Al-Qaeda Connection

HANNITY: "And in northern Iraq today, this very day, al Qaeda is operating camps there, and they are attacking the Kurds in the north, and this has been well-documented and well chronicled. Now, if you're going to go after al Qaeda in every aspect, and obviously they have the support of Saddam, or we're not." (12/9/02)

FACT: David Kay was on the ground for months investigating the activities of Hussein's regime. He concluded "But we simply did not find any evidence of extensive links with Al Qaeda, or for that matter any real links at all." He called a speech where Cheney made the claim there was a link "evidence free." (Boston Globe, 6/16/04)

4. 9/11 Investigation

HANNITY: "[After 9-11], liberal Democrats at first showed little interest in the investigation of the roots of this massive intelligence failure...[Bush and his team] made it clear that determining the causes of America's security failures and finding and remedying its weak points would be central to their mission." (Let Freedom Ring, by Sean Hannity)

TRUTH: Bush Opposed the creation of a special commission to probe the causes of 9/11 for over a year. On 5/23/02 CBS New Reported "President Bush took a few minutes during his trip to Europe Thursday to voice his opposition to establishing a special commission to probe how the government dealt with terror warnings before Sept. 11." Bush didn't relent to pressure to create a commission, mostly from those Hannity would consider "liberal" until September 2002. (CBS News, 5/23/02; ABC News, 9/20/02)

5. The Recession

HANNITY: "First of all, this president -- you know and I know and everybody knows -- inherited a was by every definition a recession" (11/6/02)

HANNITY: "Now here's where we are. The inherited Clinton/Gore recession. That's a fact." (5/6/03)

HANNITY: "The president inherited a recession." (7/10/03)

HANNITY: "He got us out of the Clinton-Gore recession." (10/23/03)

HANNITY: "They did inherit the recession. They did inherit the recession. We got out of the recession." (12/12/03)

HANNITY: "And this is the whole point behind this ad, because the president did inherit a recession." (1/6/04)

HANNITY: "Historically in every recovery, because the president rightly did inherit a recession. But historically, the lagging indicator always deals with employment." (1/15/04)

HANNITY: "Congressman Deutsch, maybe you forgot but I'll be glad to remind you, the president did inherit that recession." (1/20/04)

HANNITY: "He did inherit a recession, and we're out of the recession." (2/2/04)

HANNITY: "The president inherited a recession." (2/23/04)

HANNITY: "The president inherited a recession." (3/3/04)

HANNITY: "Well, you know, we're going to show ads, as a matter of fact, in the next segment, Congressman. Thanks for promoting our next segment. What I like about them is everything I've been saying the president ought to do: is focusing in on his positions, on keeping the nation secure in very difficult times, what he's been able to do to the economy after inheriting a very difficult recession, and of course, the economic impact of 9/11." (3/3/04)

HANNITY: "All right. So this is where I view the economic scenario as we head into this election. The president inherited a recession." (3/16/04)

HANNITY: "First of all, we've got to put it into perspective, is that the president inherited a recession." (3/26/04)

HANNITY: "Clearly, we're out of the recession that President Bush inherited." (4/2/04)

HANNITY: "Stop me where I'm wrong. The president inherited a recession, the economic impact of 9/11 was tremendous on the economy, correct?" (4/6/04)

HANNITY: "[President George W. Bush] did inherit a recession." (5/3/04)

HANNITY: "[W]e got [the weak U.S. economy] out of the Clinton-Gore recession." (5/18/04)

HANNITY: "We got out of the Clinton-Gore recession." (5/27/04)

HANNITY: "We got out of the Clinton-Gore recession." (6/4/04)

FACT: "The recession officially began in March of 2001 -- two months after Bush was sworn in -- according to the universally acknowledged arbiter of such things, the National Bureau of Economic Research. And the president, at other times, has said so himself." (Washington Post, 7/1/03)

6. The Hispanic Vote

HANNITY: "The Hispanic community got to know him in Texas. They went almost overwhelming for him. He more than quadrupled the Hispanic vote that he got in that state." (9/16/03)

FACT: Exit polls varied in 1998 governors race, but under best scenario he increased his Hispanic vote from 24 to 49 percent – a doubling not a quadrupling. He lost Texas Hispanics to Gore in 2000, 54-43 percent. (Source: NCLR , NHCSL)

7. White House Vandalism

HANNITY: "Look, we've had these reports, very disturbing reports -- and I have actually spoken to people that have confirmed a lot of the reports -- about the trashing of the White House. Pornographic materials left in the printers. They cut the phone lines. Lewd and crude messages on phone machines. Stripping of anything that was not bolted down on Air Force One. $200,000 in furniture taken out." (1/26/01)

TRUTH: According to statements from the General Services Administration that were reported on May 17, little if anything out of the ordinary occurred during the transition, and "the condition of the real property was consistent with what we would expect to encounter when tenants vacate office space after an extended occupancy." (FAIR)

8. Patriotism

HANNITY: "I never questioned anyone's patriotism." (9/18/03)


HANNITY: (to attorney Stanley Cohen) "Is it you hate this president or that you hate America?" (4/30/03)

HANNITY: "Governor, why wouldn't anyone want to say the Pledge of Allegiance, unless they detested their own country or were ignorant of its greatness?" (6/12/03)

HANNITY: "You could explain something about your magazine, [the Nation]. Lisa Featherstone writing about the hate America march, the [anti-war] march that took place over the weekend..." (1/22/03)

HANNITY: "'I hate America.' This is the extreme left. There is a portion of the left -- not everybody who's left -- that does hate this country and blame this country for the ills of the world..." (1/23/02)

HANNITY: (speaking to Sara Flounders co-director of the International Action Center) "You don't like this country, do you? You don't -- you think this is an evil country. By your description of it right here, you think it's a bad country." (9/25/01)

9. Separation of Church and State

HANNITY: "It doesn't say anywhere in the Constitution this idea of the separation of church and state." (8/25/03)

FACT: "Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof." (1st Amendment)

"The Senators and Representatives before mentioned, and the Members of the several State Legislatures, and all executive and judicial Officers, both of the United States and of the several States, shall be bound by Oath or Affirmation, to support this Constitution; but no religious Test shall ever be required as a Qualification to any Office or public Trust under the United States." (Article VI)

10. James Madison

HANNITY: "You want to refer to some liberal activist judge..., that's fine, but I'm going to go directly to the source. The author of the Bill of Rights [James Madison] hired the first chaplain in 1789, and I gotta' tell ya' somethin', I think the author of the Bill of Rights knows more about the original intent--no offense to you and your liberal atheist activism--knows more about it than you do." (9/4/02)

TRUTH: The first congressional chaplains weren't hired by James Madison--they were appointed by a committee of the Senate and House in, respectively, April and May, 1789, before the First Amendment even existed. James Madison's view: "Is the appointment of Chaplains to the two Houses of Congress consistent with the Constitution, and with the pure principle of religious freedom? In strictness the answer on both points must be in the negative." (James Madison)

11. Alabama Constitution

HANNITY: "But the Alabama Constitution, which Chief Justice Roy Moore is sworn to uphold, clearly it says, as a matter of fact that the recognition of God is the foundation of that state's Constitution." (8/21/03)

FACT: While the preamble of the Alabama Constitution does reference "the Almighty," section three provides: "That no religion shall be established by law; that no preference shall be given by law to any religious sect, society, denomination, or mode of worship; that no one shall be compelled by law to attend any place of worship; nor to pay any tithes, taxes, or other rate for building or repairing any place of worship, or for maintaining any minister or ministry; that no religious test shall be required as a qualification to any office or public trust under this state; and that the civil rights, privileges, and capacities of any citizen shall not be in any manner affected by his religious principles." (Alabama Constitution, Section 3)

12. Rent for Public Housing

HANNITY: Betsy, they're not going to lose it [public housing], because if you work less than 30 hours a week -- if you work more than 30 hours a week, you don't have to do it. If you're between the ages of 18 and 62 and you're not legally disabled and you have free housing -- in other words...

BETSY MCCAUGHEY: No. Wait a second, Sean. Let me correct you. Most people in public housing are not receiving free housing. Many of them are paying almost market rates.

HANNITY: Betsy, that is so ridiculous and so false, it's hardly even worth spending the time. (10/23/03)

FACT: Residents of public housing pay rent scaled to their household's anticipated gross annual income, less deductions for dependents and disabilities. The basic formula for rent is 30 percent of this monthly adjusted income. There are exceptions for extremely low incomes, but the minimum rent is $25 per month. No one lives in public housing for free. (Department of Housing and Urban Development)

13. Kerry Tax Plan

HANNITY: "The Kerry campaign wants to cut taxes on people who make two hundred thousand dollars. She [Teresa Heinz Kerry] only paid 14.7 percent of her income in taxes, because their plan doesn't go to dividends, only income. So they don't want to tax themselves." (5/12/04)

FACT: Kerry's plan would "Restore the capital gains and dividend rates for families making over $200,000 on income earned above $200,000 to their levels under President Clinton. (Kerry Press Release, 4/7/04)

14. Kerry and Weapons Systems

HANNITY: "He's [Kerry's] flip-flopped all over the place... on the issue of Iraq. All the munitions that we have built up, most of them wouldn't be there." (1/30/04)

HANNITY: "But he wanted to cancel…every major weapons system. Specific votes that he would have canceled the weapons systems we now use." (2/26/04)

FACT: "In 1991, Kerry opposed an amendment to impose an arbitrary 2 percent cut in the military budget. In 1992, he opposed an amendment to cut Pentagon intelligence programs by $1 billion. In 1994, he voted against a motion to cut $30.5 billion from the defense budget over the next five years and to redistribute the money to programs for education and the disabled. That same year, he opposed an amendment to postpone construction of a new aircraft carrier. In 1996, he opposed a motion to cut six F-18 jet fighters from the budget. In 1999, he voted against a motion to terminate the Trident II missile." (Slate, 2/25/04)

15. Kerry and the CIA

HANNITY: "If he (Kerry) had his way and the CIA would almost be nonexistent." (1/30/04)

FACT: John Kerry has supported $200 billion in intelligence funding over the past seven years - a 50 percent increase since 1996.

Kerry votes supporting intelligence funding:

FY03 Intel Authorization $39.3-$41.3 Billion
[2002, Unanimous Senate Voice Vote 9/25/02]

FY02 Intel Authorization $33 Billion
[2001, Unanimous Senate Voice Vote 12/13/01]

FY01 Intel Authorization $29.5-$31.5 Billion
[2000, Unanimous Senate Voice Vote 12/6/00]

FY00 Intel Authorization $29-$30 Billion
[1999, Unanimous Senate Voice Vote 11/19/1999]

FY99 Intel Authorization $29.0 Billion
[1998, Unanimous Senate Voice Vote 10/8/98]

FY98 Intel Authorization $26.7 Billion
[1997, Senate Roll Call Vote #109]

FY97 Intel Authorization $26.6 Billion
[1996, Unanimous Senate Voice Vote 9/25/96]

fourth (did you make it down this far or did you ignore all the FACTS cited?) editing a clip and cutting what someone says mid sentance can severly distort the meaning of what someone is saying. and for him to do this shows what kind of asshole he really is.


here you go...

Transcript of Hannity's doctored clip:

HANNITY: When Howard Dean advances the theory that George Bush knew about 9/11 ahead of time, I can't find you on record condemning that.

JDP: Howard Dean never said that, Sean.

HANNITY: Howard Dean advanced the theory. He said it was an interesting theory.

JDP: He never said that, Sean.

HANNITY: He advanced the theory, John. John, don't lie. He said—

JDP: Don't call me a liar. Sean, you said that I called you a liar during the whole front hour…

HANNITY: He advanced the theory…

JDP: I never called you a liar. I said you get distant from the facts.


DEAN: The most interesting theory that I've heard so far...

[4 SECONDS OF AUDIO FROM MIDDLE OF DEAN SENTENCE CUT] that he was warned ahead of time by the Saudis. Now who knows what the real situation is.


HANNITY: He advanced the theory. Why would he say it if he wasn't advancing it?

JDP: Get him on the air and ask him that.


JDP: I just said that I disagreed with him if that's what he meant.


What Hannity Cut Out:

1. Dean said the theory was nothing more than a theory.

Missing from the Dean clip is the crucial middle clause of his sentence. Of the theory, he said, it "is nothing more than a theory, it can't be proved." Also missing from the Hannitized version of the interview: Dean said, "No, I don't believe that. I can't imagine the president of the United States doing that."

2. Podesta knew Dean's quotes didn't add up to supporting the theory.

Podesta said both, "I don't think that's what those statements implicate," and, "It didn't sound to me like that's what he said."

3. Podesta called the theory in question "dead wrong."

Podesta disclaimed it completely, saying, "If Howard Dean was suggesting that the President knew about 9/11 and did nothing about it, then I think he's dead wrong."

still with me bulldog?

fifth see some of the rejested covers for the book here.

sixth - now for a FACT check on this book in particular...enjoy (from review by by Laurence M. Vance)

Hannity’s Trilogy of Errors

When I said at the outset that Hannity could be characterized as a militant warmonger, Republican apologist, and Bush idolater, I was not exaggerating.

Hannity is one of the most militant warmongers in the public spotlight. Not only was he overwhelmingly in favor of the war in Afghanistan, not only is he supportive of the current war in Iraq, not only does he encourage an endless war against terrorism – he ends the book with a virtual declaration of war against China, Iran, Syria, and North Korea.

Hannity is a master apologist for the Republican Party. He continually rails against "left wing elites" (p. 26), "liberals" (p. 88), "Democrats" (p. 52), the "Democratic Party" (p. 2), the "liberal elite" (p. 59), the "liberal establishment" (p. 56), the "left-wing establishment" (p. 57), the "left" (p. 167), "liberal opposition" (p. 72), "liberal detractors" (p. 61), and "liberal government leaders" (p. 57). The fact that Republicans have basically controlled the Congress since 1994, and are therefore responsible for every piece of bad legislation passed during the last ten years, escapes his eyes. As a Republican apologist, the hypocrisy of Sean Hannity is appalling. Ronald Reagan is "the twentieth century’s greatest president" (p. 21). In his "evil empire" address, Reagan "articulated a set of priorities that still define conservatism today" (p. 83). But as been pointed out here many, many times, Reagan did anything but roll back or even slow down the growth of government. Under the last year of the "evil" Jimmy Carter, the federal government spent $591 billion; in the last year of the "good" Ronald Reagan, the federal government spent $1.064 trillion. Do the math. The top tax rates were cut, which helped the "rich," but the Social Security tax rates were raised, which hurt everyone.

But if Reagan was so "good," and Clinton was so "evil," then why does Hannity continually blame Clinton for appeasing Saddam Hussein when he admits that "during the 1980s the Reagan administration did business with Saddam Hussein’s Iraq" (p. 94)? But the larger question is this: If Saddam Hussein was evil and a threat to the United States, then why wasn’t he "taken out" by Ronald Reagan or George Bush I? If, as Hannity maintains, "Clinton’s refusal to seize Osama bin Laden is another failure that endangered Americans" (p. 189), then why is not Reagan’s and Bush senior’s refusal to seize Saddam Hussein an even greater failure that endangered Americans? Hannity further states regarding Clinton and bin Laden: "Presented with multiple opportunities to seize one of the world’s most notorious terrorists – a known threat to our country – the Clinton administration chose not to act" (p. 190). Again, why did not Reagan and Bush senior act to seize Saddam Hussein?

Then there is the case of North Korea. Hannity correctly says about this communist paradise: "North Korea is known as one of the most evil regimes in the world. Its dictator, Kim Jong Il, has subjected his people to mass starvation and torture. He has routinely sent individuals to prison camps modeled on the old Soviet gulag system" (p. 194). True. Speaking of Secretary of State Madeleine Albright having dinner with Kim Jong Il of North Korea, Hannity comments: "It was a disgraceful performance: A man responsible for the deaths of untold thousands, who maintains an iron grip on his terror-stricken people, who starves his populace to arm his military, socializing with a senior U.S. official even as the murderer’s regime was in flagrant violation of a critical arms agreement" (p. 197). True again. Then Hannity insists that "as a result of the Clinton administration’s refusal to confront this tyrant, future generations of Americans are now forced to coexist with an isolated, militaristic nation that possesses the most terrible of weapons – and a maniacal dictator who might be willing to use them" (p. 197). But again, how many Republican presidents have we had since the Korean War who "refused to confront" the dictators of North Korea? One – Eisenhower, two – Nixon, three – Ford, four – Reagan, five – Bush I, six – Bush II. Surely Hannity would not say that North Korea has only been a "threat" to the U.S. under the presidency of Bill Clinton?

But why stop with North Korea, evil regimes exist all over the world – they always have and always will – that oppress, starve, rape, maim, torture, and kill their citizens. Should the United States become the world’s policeman? Should we, as Murray Rothbard, said, "Invade the world"? Hannity apparently thinks so: "America has the moral right – no, obligation – to fight for its own security, and that of any oppressed nation" (p. 12).

Hannity is a fanatical Bush devotee. He claims that he is "no blind supporter of President George W. Bush. I have often criticized his domestic policies, and I don’t believe he is perfect" (p. 273). But nevertheless, Bush is "the right man in the right place at the right time" (p. 273), one of "our greatest modern presidents" (p. 25), our "leader" (p. 1), a "powerful leader" (p. 18), a "masterful crisis president" (p. 114). Hannity has the audacity to claim that Bush is a "defender of our liberties" (p. 114) even though it has been documented that Bush has made war on the Bill of Rights. Hannity should have been more careful when he talked about Bush’s religious faith (pp. 9, 13, 15) and how he is the "personification of moral clarity" (p. 9). He should have remembered that, back in 1986, Bush told The Wall Street Journal’s Al Hunt that he was a "f---ing son of a bitch" or that during the presidential campaign Bush called a New York Times reporter a "major-league a--hole." Time magazine reported earlier this year that during a briefing for three senators by Condoleezza Rice in March of 2002, Bush stuck his head into a White House meeting room and exclaimed: "F--- Saddam. We’re taking him out!" The only man mentioned in the book more than Bush (except for "evil" men like bin Laden and Hussein) is the socialist warmonger Winston Churchill (pp. 28, 47, 49, 50, 51, 52, 87, 112, 128, etc.).

Not everything in Hannity’s book reinforces his image as a militant warmonger, Republican apologist, and Bush idolater. He raises a few good points – but nothing profound or worthy of a 338-page book. He laments the "growing secularism" of the United States (p. 58), the undue emphasis on "diversity" and "tolerance" (p. 14), and the increasing "moral relativism" (p. 24). He recognizes that Nazism and communism are "two systems with the same root" (p. 41).

However, the most accurate statement in the book comes not from Hannity, but from the "evil" former secretary of state, Warren Christopher:

As we now know, the Bush administration’s decision to wage war in Iraq was grounded in faulty intelligence and false urgency. Contrary to the impression created by the administration, Iraq was not responsible for the Sept. 11 attacks, and there was no proof that Iraq was in league with al Qaeda. Similarly, Niger did not sell uranium to Iraq, Iraq was not on the cusp of nuclear capability and Saddam Hussein did not have at the ready scores of weapons of mass destruction. In sum, the United States launched a preemptive war without convincing evidence that Iraq constituted an imminent threat to our nation and without any effective plan for dealing with the aftermath of a military victory (p. 201).

please feel free to let me know what you think of all this and why you would even give this guy the time of day.


1:57 PM  
Anonymous bulldog said...

I knew that would get you going, but I had no idea how much!!!

2:04 PM  
Blogger strider said...

that was fun....did you catch the comments in the middle?

there are a total of 6...all numbered.

3:08 PM  
Anonymous bulldog said...

It was fun! I did read your entire response. However, you haven't changed my mind, not one little bit! I guess you could say I like to "stir the pot" every once in awhile.

4:51 PM  
Blogger tlm said...


It was nice of you to warn him though, sar. :)

12:30 PM  
Blogger Sar said...

tlm - Yeah, I took pity on bulldog knowing what was likely to come. Strider's always up for a good debate, and if you're going to "stir the pot" for kicks, he'll gladly call you on that challenge.

1:28 PM  

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