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The GUILD 3-31-2003 The Lastest Fashion Fad in Japan

Posted on 03/30/2003 5:45:11 PM PST by Hillary's Lovely Legs



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These skirts are the latest fad in Japan. Let's hope that they don't catch on here.
1 posted on 03/30/2003 5:45:11 PM PST by Hillary's Lovely Legs
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To: BigWaveBetty; mountaineer; Timeout; ClancyJ; BlessedAmerican; daisyscarlett; LBGA; Rheo; ...
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2 posted on 03/30/2003 5:46:17 PM PST by Hillary's Lovely Legs (May all of Saddam's virgins look like Helen Thomas)
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To: Hillary's Lovely Legs
That just cracks me up.

With all of this talk of impending war, many of us will encounter "Peace
Activists" who will try and convince us that we must refrain from
retaliating against the ones who terrorized us all on September 11,
2001, and those who support terror.

These activists may be alone or in a gathering.....most of us don't know
how to react to them. When you come upon one of these people, or one of
their rallies, here are the proper rules of etiquette:

1. Listen politely while this person explains their views. Strike up a
conversation if necessary and look very interested in their ideas.

They will tell you how revenge is immoral, and that by attacking the
people who did this to us, we will only bring on more violence. They
will probably use many arguments, ranging from political to religious to
humanitarian.

2. In the middle of their remarks, without any warning, punch them in
the nose.

3. When the person gets up off of the ground, they will be very angry
and they may try to hit you, so be careful.

4. Very quickly and calmly remind the person that violence only brings
about more violence and remind them of their stand on this matter.

Tell them if they are really committed to a nonviolent approach to
undeserved attacks, they will turn the other cheek and negotiate a
solution.

Tell them they must lead by example if they really believe what they are
saying.

5. Most of them will think for a moment and then agree that you are
correct.

6. As soon as they do that, hit them again. Only this time hit them much
harder. Square in the nose.

7. Repeat steps 2-5 until the desired results are obtained and the idiot
realizes how stupid of an argument he/she is making.

8. There is no difference in an individual attacking an unsuspecting
victim or a group of terrorists attacking a nation of people.

It is unacceptable and must be dealt with. Perhaps at a high cost.

We owe our military a huge debt for what they are about to do for us and
our children. We must support them and our leaders at times like these.

We have no choice. We either strike back, VERY HARD, or we will keep
getting hit in the nose.
3 posted on 03/30/2003 5:49:37 PM PST by lodwick (Pray for America)
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To: Hillary's Lovely Legs
Yes, I've seen these. I believe the panty pictures are airbrushed on to the skirt or something. Nice. Especially the "Indian" underwear (the ones that creep up on you).
4 posted on 03/30/2003 5:50:05 PM PST by CheneyChick (Lock & Load)
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To: Hillary's Lovely Legs
HLL, is this for real? It is sooo unattractive!!
5 posted on 03/30/2003 5:50:12 PM PST by mlmr
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To: Hillary's Lovely Legs

Let's hope that they don't catch on here.
 

Geez, there's no need to be so hasty...

6 posted on 03/30/2003 5:59:40 PM PST by Fintan (Egotism is the anesthetic that dulls the pain of stupidity.)
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To: Hillary's Lovely Legs
These skirts are the latest fad in Japan. Let's hope that they don't catch on here.

AMEN! All we'd see is a bunch of fat fannies hanging out of their bikini underwear. I don't know why women can't understand that even though some fashion is out there, they don't have the figure to WEAR it!

7 posted on 03/30/2003 6:00:55 PM PST by SuziQ
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To: lodwick
That's great, Lod. Two of my sisters sent me that one this week!
8 posted on 03/30/2003 6:01:44 PM PST by SuziQ
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To: Hillary's Lovely Legs
I saw a group of 'women' in the Venetian Hotel & Casino wearing these skirts this weekend. Quite frankly, I don't think there was any air brushing of fake panties.

Also of note from a weekend on the road: Blue jeans, worn unzipped and the front of the jeans folded back sort of like a collar is seen being worn occassionally by those who are 'plying their wares'.

It's great to be back home in the Heartland, where none of this has caught on yet.
9 posted on 03/30/2003 6:27:52 PM PST by Iowa Granny
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To: SuziQ
I just now received it - it's making its way around the web.

Cheers.
10 posted on 03/30/2003 6:34:49 PM PST by lodwick (Pray for America)
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To: Iowa Granny
I'm counting on stripped, unzipped, and ripped when in IA soon.

Cheers, and glad you are safely home.
11 posted on 03/30/2003 6:38:06 PM PST by lodwick (Pray for America)
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To: lodwick
Gratefully, that stuff isn't being worn here.

Are you coming to Iowa to drill beans? Let me know when you will be visiting our fair state.
12 posted on 03/30/2003 6:49:45 PM PST by Iowa Granny
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To: Hillary's Lovely Legs
They really do have some odd trends and fads in Japan, I must say. We had a philosophy professor - our neighbor - over for cake and coffee tonight, and he mentioned that Japan is the most racist (by our definition) nation in the world. No diversity there, by golly, except perhaps for styles of underwear.
13 posted on 03/30/2003 7:47:29 PM PST by mountaineer
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To: Hillary's Lovely Legs
You forgot the top part of the new Japanese fashion trend:

Snopes on those skirtsHERE....

Cheers, CC :)

14 posted on 03/30/2003 8:22:29 PM PST by CheneyChick (Lock & Load)
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To: Hillary's Lovely Legs
This is terrible. Imagine what the older generations in Japan must think. Traditionally, Japanese women were always modest. Also, the traditional kimonos were and are so beautiful......these girls would be so much more attractive in them!

I pray that this does not catch on here. Most American women are not quite this petite and it would be a national disaster!
15 posted on 03/30/2003 10:26:53 PM PST by Swede Girl
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To: Hillary's Lovely Legs
OMG I hope this doesn't catch on here. I would be mistaken for an Atkins lunch...cottage cheese!
16 posted on 03/30/2003 11:41:59 PM PST by kmiller1k (Remain calm)
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To: CheneyChick; mountaineer; BigWaveBetty; Hillary's Lovely Legs; lodwick; Endeavor; All
A quick note regarding The Sinkmeister's visit to the University of Iowa in Iowa City last week. The day after, it was reported his $50,000 fee would be donated to charity. Which charity? After a good deal of digging, it has been determined he is donating his fee to the Clinton Library. This fact was reported in the DM Register.

I know the fella who's byline appeared with the story. He's a lib from the word go,,,,, so you can imagine how difficult it was for him to report this scheme. I'm not sure the story was ever available on the Register's web page (imagine that!!). I searched and searched for it, thinking I should at least provide the URL so some of you could get it up for review. Unfortunately, they were able to keep that under wraps.
17 posted on 03/31/2003 4:08:47 AM PST by Iowa Granny
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To: Iowa Granny; *The GUILD

18 posted on 03/31/2003 5:17:15 AM PST by lodwick (Pray for America)
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To: CheneyChick
Okay, that's just too, too stupid. I sure hope the see-through skirts and the - what do we call them? - around-the-neck-fake-bosoms don't catch on anywhere!

Something else we hope doesn't become a fad:

OBSCENITY charges have been dropped in a Louisiana court against Stephen "Steve-O" Glover of MTV's "Jackass" fame. In July, Glover was charged with exposing himself while stapling his scrotum to his thigh. Prosecutors conceded that the act could be a "form of artistic expression protected under the First Amendment." Page Six

The Founding Fathers whirl in their graves over the notion that the First Amendment protects that sort of behavior.

19 posted on 03/31/2003 5:42:04 AM PST by mountaineer
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To: Iowa Granny
I think the Clinton Library and the Clinton Foundation exist only to accept tax-exempt contributions to x42's personal piggy bank. In other words, they are something akin to a money laundering scheme. What are the chances?
20 posted on 03/31/2003 5:47:22 AM PST by mountaineer
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To: mountaineer
Geraldo got booted for disclosing too much.
21 posted on 03/31/2003 5:50:06 AM PST by lodwick (Pray for America)
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To: All
This should shock absolutely no one:

Saddam Hussein is as strange as he is evil.

"I was expecting the 'Butcher of Baghdad,'" French filmmaker Joel Soler told us after returning from the Middle East, where he filmed a documentary on the Iraqi dictator. Instead, he found a wacko. In the movie, "Uncle Saddam," to be released on DVD on Wednesday, Soler uncovered various quirks, including:

On toiletries, "Saddam likes the smell of hygiene. His cologne would be a baby smell, not Christian Dior. He likes his hair shiny, and dyes his mustache black."

For clothing, "He likes Pierre Cardin suits and white ties." Soler claims he viewed footage in which Saddam's "tight military pants" suggested his thoughts weren't on politics.

"He has a paranoia for cleanliness. He says, 'A man should shower once a day. Women should shower twice a day because they have a noticeable smell.' [Note: In Iraq, showering once a day is considered fanaticism!]

"In his bedroom, he likes everything pure and white. Before he goes to sleep, a doctor checks the temperature of the room."

As far as his hobbies go, "Saddam loves fishing with grenades. After the explosion, he has scuba divers go in for" the fish.

"He has a collection of bulletproof hats, and he collects all types of guns."

... Before he began ducking U.S. bombs, Saddam was planning to "build the biggest mosque in the world," which would have included an island in the shape of his thumb. Ny Daily News

22 posted on 03/31/2003 5:52:36 AM PST by mountaineer
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To: lodwick
I was just reading that thread about Geraldo getting booted. Good grief, what an idiot he is.
23 posted on 03/31/2003 5:56:50 AM PST by mountaineer
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Hillary Clinton held a fundraiser in New Jersey and took some heat for her "support" for the war. In true Hitlery fashion:

The event was officially closed to the media, although a reporter, perhaps unnoticed, was able to hear the speech. Clinton's staff ordered a photographer for The Record out of the building. The senator left without taking any questions. story here

24 posted on 03/31/2003 5:59:52 AM PST by mountaineer
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To: Hillary's Lovely Legs

I demand equal time for mens pants!


25 posted on 03/31/2003 6:02:19 AM PST by BigWaveBetty
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To: Iowa Granny
Which charity? After a good deal of digging, it has been determined he is donating his fee to the Clinton Library.

How very clinton. Soon the name clinton will be used in lieu of opportunist and or charlatan.

26 posted on 03/31/2003 6:13:03 AM PST by BigWaveBetty
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To: mountaineer; lodwick
More Saddam wackiness:

Iraqis watch Black Hawk Down for tips

27 posted on 03/31/2003 6:22:24 AM PST by BigWaveBetty
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To: All
Busy day today. DS has field day and I have a ton of errand running before I head up to the school.

Can you all keep my dad in your prayers? He has to get a biopsy today on his prostate. His PSA tests have been climbing over the past month. He has a history of infections, but they want to go in to make sure nothing else is going on.
28 posted on 03/31/2003 6:51:09 AM PST by Aggie Mama
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To: Aggie Mama
Saying a prayer for your dad.

Field Day?! I love field day! Have fun and good luck to DS!

29 posted on 03/31/2003 7:02:17 AM PST by BigWaveBetty
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To: BigWaveBetty
As most everyone was observing on your wacky thread, the real difference is the resolve of the man in the White House.

Hint to saddam: your man is no longer in charge here. Stop wasting your money on videos.
30 posted on 03/31/2003 7:05:59 AM PST by lodwick (Pray for America)
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To: Aggie Mama
Best of luck with all of it.

Cheers.
31 posted on 03/31/2003 7:07:00 AM PST by lodwick (Pray for America)
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To: mountaineer; Iowa Granny; Endeavor; Hillary's Lovely Legs; Timeout
Richard Perle writes in WSJ why he stepped down as chairman of the advisory Defense Policy Board. And guess who was one of the prevaricators of these stories that made it impossible for Perle to do his job? That'd be Seymour Hersch, liar extraordinaire.

Let me explain my milieu, and context. Government officials, particularly at the most senior level, frequently seek advice from outside the departments they superintend. The perspective of knowledgeable outsiders is often a needed corrective to an institutional view that may have come to dominate the department's thinking. Sometimes senior officials face vexing questions for which their staffs provide unsatisfying answers, or they want a longer-term view. It is only natural that an intellectually curious cabinet officer will reach out to peers who have occupied similar positions, in the hope that their experience will help avoid mistakes or point the way to new ideas. When he does so, he must have confidence that the advice he receives is candid, that it is the product of serious deliberation, and that it is free from advocacy reflecting private interests. The relationship between official and adviser is ultimately one of trust. [snip]

The Times story about my work for Global Crossing gave the impression that I had been retained to use influence stemming from my chairmanship, my "close ties to current officials," to obtain a favorable ruling on the acquisition of Global Crossing by a joint venture including a Hong Kong company. This is incorrect. (When I asked the Times to publish a letter in reply, I was told that they would not unless I dropped the word "incorrect." Thus I learned that the Times censors letters to the editor.)

In truth, I was retained to advise Global Crossing on how it could meet the government's security concerns about the transaction, not to "help overcome Defense Department resistance" to it. To do this I had to persuade Global Crossing to accept some far-reaching safeguards, which it has now done. My task was to make intelligible to Global Crossing the government's concerns, not to use influence to get the government to set those concerns aside--the precise opposite of the Times' characterization.

The New Yorker piece by Seymour Hersh is a masterpiece--of falsehood and innuendo. He describes a lunch I had with two Saudi businessmen, during which the situation in Iraq was the sole topic of discussion, as a "cover story" for another purpose--eliciting a private Saudi investment in a fund in which I am a partner. And he quotes Saudi Ambassador Prince Bandar to the effect that "if we get in business," I would "back off on Saudi Arabia." Sprinkled in the article are references to conflicts of interest, although the incoherence of the piece reflects Mr. Hersh's Houdini-like twists and turns, intended to question my integrity. Complete story

32 posted on 03/31/2003 7:13:56 AM PST by BigWaveBetty
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To: lodwick
Yeah, I guess Saddam isn't very familiar with men filled with moral resolve.

Stop wasting your money on videos.

Betcha Saddam is going to have a heck of a late fee at Blockbuster racked up after the war. ;-)

33 posted on 03/31/2003 7:18:17 AM PST by BigWaveBetty
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To: mountaineer
The death of retired New York Senator Daniel Patrick Moynihan has written yet another chapter in the bitter war between junior senator Hillary Rodham Clinton and senior senator Charles Schumer. Last Wednesday both senators received calls from the Moynihan family informing them of the senator's death as well as of their plans to announce his passing at a time convenient to the family.

Both Clinton and Schumer were participating in meetings when the calls came but evidently did not want to miss out on the PR buzz that would come from announcing the great Moynihan's death themselves.

"Clinton could barely contain herself with the news," says a Senate Democratic staffer present at the meeting Hillary was attending along with a number of other Democratic senators. "She practically ran out the door to make the announcement."

Clinton beat both Schumer's and the Moynihan family's announcements by several hours. But Schumer, instead of being angry at Clinton's ghastly behavior, was more upset that she did not follow Senate protocol and allow the state's senior senator to make the announcement.

Word now is that both Clinton and Schumer are jockeying for the better seating position at Moynihan's funeral.
34 posted on 03/31/2003 7:26:01 AM PST by Hillary's Lovely Legs (May all of Saddam's virgins look like Helen Thomas)
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To: lodwick
HA! Go get 'em Bob!

OPPORTUNIST CLINTON: Universal health care. Rebuilding the nation's schools. Repair of the road and rail networks. Sounds like a Democratic domestic agenda, right? Actually, it's the Bush administration's plan for the re-construction of Iraq. Now, I'm all for rebuilding Iraq when Saddam's gone. But it's ironic that Republicans don't have plans to stop the rise of Americans without health care. They're not funding the "leave-no-child-behind" education bill. They want to cut 500,000 kids out of after-school programs. They've already eliminated school-repair funding and the program to put 100,000 more teachers in our schools. Let's invest in Iraq and America. We can't be strong abroad if we're not strong at home.

SENATOR DOLE: As far as I am concerned, Mr. President, the one who should be worried about his health care is Saddam Hussein. It amazes me that at the very time the country is uniting behind our troops overseas, you are suggesting ways to divide us at home. You can't have it both ways. This week, you say President Bush is not spending enough on domestic programs. Next week you'll be all over him on the deficit. There will be plenty of time this year to debate Medicare reform, tax cuts, and our energy strategy that your friends in Congress continue to block. For the moment though, our country's focus should be on Iraq, not Amtrak, on POWs, not HMOs. The education Americans care about most right now is how fast we can educate Iraqi soldiers to say ‘I surrender.’ Hey, maybe there is a role for the French after all.

OPPORTUNIST CLINTON: Senator, unlike some of your Republican friends during Kosovo, I support our troops in Iraq and our President. [Oh french you, you scum.] But your party is for better schools for Iraqi children and kicking half a million poor American children out of after-school programs. They even want to eliminate the program to put more police on the streets, our first responders in the war against terror. Debate on domestic issues isn't divisive. It's democracy.

SENATOR DOLE: Democracy is about choices, and playing politics now is the wrong choice. Mr. President, this is a real war. We have troops on the ground. While we're talking, they're fighting. They need our patience and our prayers.

Well said Senator Dole.

And btw Mr. Opportunist, we know exactly what you were up to when you were spouting that you'd be astonished if this war last longer than a week. Before long everyone will understand how you seek to undermine our president.

That should put a dent in your 'Legacy Rehabilitation Tour'.

35 posted on 03/31/2003 7:35:00 AM PST by BigWaveBetty
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To: Hillary's Lovely Legs
If I were in the Moynihan family that witch wouldn't set foot in the church at the service.
36 posted on 03/31/2003 7:40:44 AM PST by BigWaveBetty
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To: BigWaveBetty
...late fees...LOL - good one.


37 posted on 03/31/2003 7:43:40 AM PST by lodwick (Pray for America)
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To: mountaineer
Wouldn't that hurt? Unbelievable.
38 posted on 03/31/2003 7:51:19 AM PST by CheneyChick (Lock & Load)
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To: CheneyChick; Servant of the Nine
Mr. Arnett, he all used up.

Fired by CNN
Fired by NBC
Fired by PMSNBC
Fired by National Georgaphic

My guess is he will end up on the History Channel along with Arthur Kent (The Scud Stud) and Roger Mudd.
All the presenters on the History Channel "used to be somebody".
If they ever get a political comentator, it will probably be former Senator Ed Muskie

So9


39 posted on 03/31/2003 8:25:03 AM PST by lodwick (Pray for America)
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To: *The GUILD
The thought of war is sobering. Yet at this challenging time, we are encouraged by a tremendous opportunity to come alongside our soldiers and provide them with vital spiritual resources in the form of Rapid Deployment Kits (RDKs). Each RDK includes a small, camouflage New Testament with Psalms and Proverbs, a daily devotional guide, a "Would You Like to Know God Personally?" booklet, and more, all in a waterproof bag designed to slip into a soldier's uniform pocket.

Learn more: donate RDK's here

40 posted on 03/31/2003 8:30:14 AM PST by lodwick (Pray for America)
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To: *The GUILD
On Fox just now, Geraldo said that it was a smear campaign by his former employer. They couldn't compete with him so they lied about him being kicked out.

What a concept!

If this is true, cnn has just driven a stake through its own black heart.
41 posted on 03/31/2003 8:59:02 AM PST by lodwick (Pray for America)
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To: lodwick
So has Geraldo been kicked out or is it just a smear by MSNBC?
42 posted on 03/31/2003 9:28:18 AM PST by Hillary's Lovely Legs (May all of Saddam's virgins look like Helen Thomas)
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To: Hillary's Lovely Legs
Clinton and Schumer are jockeying for the better seating position at Moynihan's funeral

Maybe she should angle for a bird's eye view from inside the casket. (Witch!) Actually, since she violated the family's wishes to announce the death at a time of their choosing, they should inform her bluntly that she's not invited at all.

43 posted on 03/31/2003 10:18:10 AM PST by mountaineer
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To: mountaineer
I don't think that there are words in the English language that would decribe that depths that this woman would go through to make sure that its " All About Her".
44 posted on 03/31/2003 10:19:37 AM PST by Hillary's Lovely Legs (May all of Saddam's virgins look like Helen Thomas)
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To: mountaineer
Maybe she should angle for a bird's eye view from inside the casket. (Witch!) Actually, since she violated the family's wishes to announce the death at a time of their choosing, they should inform her bluntly that she's not invited at all.

She likes to take advantage of dead men, doesn't she. First Wellstone, now Moynihan. Disgusting behavior. But not surprising for her cynical opportunism.

45 posted on 03/31/2003 10:42:06 AM PST by Carolina
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To: Hillary's Lovely Legs
Jerry may be in the right this time.
46 posted on 03/31/2003 10:58:37 AM PST by lodwick (Pray for America)
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To: Carolina; *The GUILD

Weasel.
I am trying to screw George Bush, but the Americans are telling me to make love to myself. At my age that is difficult. I want to make love not war, but I can't do either very well.


47 posted on 03/31/2003 11:02:06 AM PST by lodwick (Pray for America)
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To: Carolina; Hillary's Lovely Legs
The NY Post's and AP's account of the Moynihan funeral mass pointedly didn't even mention Hitlery's presence (assuming she was there, after all). That's a shame.
48 posted on 03/31/2003 11:41:54 AM PST by mountaineer
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To: mountaineer
NOBODY is mentioning the mass and the PIAPS - no one.

Bless her heart.
49 posted on 03/31/2003 1:16:16 PM PST by lodwick (Pray for America)
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To: *The GUILD

Cheers all - off to an early dinner
with freeper Endeavor at a local bbq joint.


50 posted on 03/31/2003 1:43:49 PM PST by lodwick (Pray for America)
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