I have never done a vanity before, but I just couldn't let it go by this time.
When I logged on this morning I saw in the Breaking News at the top of the list something titled like this. "What should be done with all the documents found in Iraq?"
I just got ready to read the article when I got an incoming phone call and had to log off to get the call. When I logged back on the subject matter WAS GONE FROM BREAKING NEWS. I want to read that article and since I don't remember the exact title, I can't find it. I have used keywords I thought would help, but to no avail.
Am I the only one who is real frustrated about things being removed from Breaking News? There are subject matters still up there from days ago. Who cares about them now? They are no longer breaking. I want to read what I saw placed there today.OK, flame away if you have to.
posted on 07/08/2006 9:45:06 AM PDT
posted on 07/08/2006 9:45:39 AM PDT
("Everyone has a freedom of choice, but not of consequences.")
posted on 07/08/2006 9:46:37 AM PDT
(The patriotism of the New York Times = The humanity of an Islamic terrorist.)
>I just got ready to read the article when I got an incoming phone call
and had to log off to get the call
|| If you stop freeping [!]
for talking or showering
God throws you a curve!
I want to read that article and since I don't remember the exact title, I can't find it. I have used keywords I thought would help, but to no avail.
Gee, I don't know. How about doing a search for "documents"?!?
Who turns your computer on for you?
posted on 07/08/2006 9:53:12 AM PDT
("The terrorist wraps himself in the world's grievances to cloak his true motives." - S. Rushdie)
I'll bet the Build-a-burgers had something to do with it.
/foil hat off
posted on 07/08/2006 9:54:30 AM PDT
(Man was made in the image of God, not pond scum)
posted on 07/08/2006 9:56:45 AM PDT
(Let them die of thirst in the dark.)
It's all Bush's fault! No..erm..wait...it was Clinton! Nope...on second thought..Reagan! Maybe Nixon?
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