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To: Mozilla

When a leftard/libtard is running his/her suckhole about “bipartisanship” or “reaching across the aisle” or “can’t we all just get along?”

They mean, “when will you learn to stfu and go along with our program!”

That is all that is ever meant. Anyone thinking different just ain’t been paying attention for the last half century or more.

A good fix for such inattention at such important times as these is the same fix I suggest for the intellectually inbred morons that believe any increases in taxes won’t just be spent x5 before the following year.

That fix is:

Get a 2 foot square of plywood. Paint one side bright yellow and stencil Think! across the top of it.

Then drive a green sinker through the center from the backside of the plywood so that the pointed end is on the painted side.

Paint the nail bright red and label it Reason!

Hang the plywood, painted side out, on the wall of your choice with the nail about about forehead height.

Slam head repeatedly against nail until either Reason! penetrates the skull, or a Darwin Award is earned.

If the instruction is survived, it is a simple thing to Think! about how painful it is to have Reason! manually inserted into the brain every time the plague is passed in daily wanderings throughout the house. This should unjam the Think!/Reason! interface and keep it unjammed for a good while.


3 posted on 09/07/2011 1:59:37 AM PDT by Grimmy (equivocation is but the first step along the road to capitulation)
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To: Grimmy

of course, plague was meant to sound a lot more like plaque but... whatever.


4 posted on 09/07/2011 2:03:23 AM PDT by Grimmy (equivocation is but the first step along the road to capitulation)
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