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CIA 'Tortures' Muslims with 'Barney the Dinosaur', Bee Gees 'Saturday Night Fever', Meow Mix Theme
PolicyMic ^ | April 22, 2014 | Tom Barnes

Posted on 04/23/2014 7:33:57 PM PDT by DogByte6RER

11 Popular Songs the CIA Used to Torture Prisoners in the War on Terror

Imagine you are chained with your hands between your legs, crouching. You're isolated in a small, dark room with earphones you can't take off. Queen's "We Are the Champions" has been playing on repeat for 30 hours now at full volume, and you've lost your ability to think. It could go on for months.

Music torture has been common practice for the CIA ever since it began its "enhanced interrogation program" in the early 2000s. The process is designed to "create fear, disorient … and prolong capture shock" in prisoners.

Sgt. Mark Hadsell, a member of the U.S. Psychological Operations team, described the efficacy of the tactic: "If you play it for 24 hours, your brain and body functions start to slide, your train of thought slows down and your will is broken. That's when we come in and talk to them."

Any torture method is of debatable merit — music torture was, in part, popular because it seemed more palatable to the public. But to hear about the experience of people who've been subjected to these songs is to see just how terrible it is to have a beloved song turned against you.

Here are 11 songs that have been turned into torture devices.

1. "The Real Slim Shady" by Eminem

Binyam Mohamed suffered Eminem's "Slim Shady" for 20 days.

"I heard this nonstop over and over," he reportedly told Clive Stafford Smith, his lawyer and the founder and director of Reprieve, a U.K-based organization determined to end music torture practices. "The CIA worked on people, including me, day and night for the months before I left. Plenty lost their minds."

Mohamed said he could hear others in the prison "screaming and smashing their heads against walls."

2. “Take Your Best Shot” by Dope

British citizen Ruhal Ahmed described the process in a 2008 interview with Reprieve investigators: "I can bear being beaten up, it's not a problem. Once you accept that you're going to go into the interrogation room and be beaten up, it's fine. You can prepare yourself mentally. But when you're being psychologically tortured, you can't."

He said he had been exposed to the torture "numerous times" to a variety of music. "It makes you feel like you are going mad. You lose the plot, and it's very scary to think that you might go crazy because of all the music, because of the loud noise and because after a while you don't hear the lyrics at all, all you hear is heavy banging."

3. "Dirrty" by Christina Aguilera

Mohammed al Qahtani, the alleged 20th hijacker of the 9/11 attacks, reportedly received this torture as part of a much larger "musical theme" set up for him. The soldiers dubbed the "bad Muslim" theme.

The continuous cacophony of Aguilera's sexually charged pop anthem was one of several practices meant to make it impossible for him to be an observant Muslim man. Many inmates suffered humiliations like this: Female military personnel would go shirtless during interrogations, give forced lap dances and rub red liquids they identified as menstrual blood on detainees.

4. "Zikrayati (My Memories)" by Mohamed el-Qasabgi

As part of the "bad Muslim" theme, interrogators sometimes used more familiar music, hoping to exploit Muslim cultural taboos and guilt involved with enjoying music on certain ascetic holy days.

Interrogators played Arabic music for al Qatani on the first day of Ramadan on Dec. 7, 2002. Hearing the familiar instruments, he cried out "that it was a violation of Islam law to listen to Arabic music."

This actually isn't Quaranic law; it is more of a cultural precept. Investigators warned al Qatani that it was a sin "to add prohibitions not mentioned in the Qur'an (as he seemed to be doing)."

This ruined al Qatani, as he broke down crying and asked God for forgiveness and ... stated that he could do nothing about the music that was played in the [interrogation] booth."

5. "Babylon" by David Grey

Military personnel apparently used Gray's soft rock ballad in their tortures because of the biblical connotations of its title. While interviewing former prisoners, German musicologist Christian Gruny played this song for a Guantanamo inmate, who immediately burst into uncontrollable sobs.

Building off Gruny's research, Suzanne Cusick elaborates that music torture operates by stripping a prisoner of a safe, "interior space." It invades with the sounds and cultural expressions of one's captor and leaves a prisoners with nowhere to hide to "escape the pain."

This is the reason why U.S. soldiers used a lot of patriotic music like Neil Diamond's "America" or Don McLean's "American Pie."

6. "I Love You" by The Barney Theme

This one is especially sick. It's reportedly the most "overused" torture song in the CIA's arsenal.

Apparently, the song's creator Bob Singleton "just laughed" when he heard of its use: "It seemed so ludicrous that something totally innocuous for children could threaten the mental state of an adult. I would rate the annoyance factor to be about equal with hearing my neighbour's leaf blower. It can set my teeth on edge, but it won't break me down and make me confess to crimes against humanity."

Granted, he's never heard it blasted at ear-splitting volumes for weeks at a time.

7. "Saturday Night Fever" by the Bee Gees

Pakistani-Englishman Moazzam Begg, arrested by the CIA in Pakistan in 2002, wrote one of the most comprehensive memoirs describing the tortures he witnessed in the U.S. military prison system. During his stay at Bagram, Afghanistan, he suffered the Bee Gees.

He thought it was a joke at first: "Once they even played the Bee Gees' Saturday Night Fever soundtrack all night long. 'Hardly,' I thought,'‘enough to break anyone I knew.' ... 'We'll talk. We'll all talk,' I said in half jest when they played it, 'just turn that crap off please!'"

But as the torture began to stretch on, it became unbearable. "It was terrible, there was no light at all, it was so tight, so hot, sitting in there. You can't see or do anything, nothing to see, nobody to talk to, nothing to do but bang the walls. And then to have the music blasting ... I met several people who'd been in there ... [who were] ready to tell the Americans anything they wanted, whether it was true or not."

8. The Meow Mix theme

The whole idea behind music torture is to create a method of torture that does not seem offensive to the public.

The above "Saturday Night Fever" is some of this "publicly palatable" music. Investigative reporter Justine Sharrock also singles out the Meow Mix theme song: "You almost have to stop yourself from laughing because you realize this is actually torture." After a particularly long heavy metal session the sudden shift in dynamics this song heralds can be especially maddening.

9. “The Beautiful People” by Marilyn Manson

Begg, the man who was forced to listen to disco, said he was not as unnerved by the music torture as others. The men who suffered most were those coming from more rural parts of Afghanistan and Yemen, who had never been exposed to Western music before. They received the most horrifying introduction imaginable.

The worst part of the whole ordeal for Begg was the sleep disruption. "Sometimes it would stop at 3 a.m. or so, but your ability to sleep was already disturbed. You lose the ability to have a routine sleep. ... The other thing that they did was play the music at various times ... the random aspect of when it would start or end was frustrating, makes you tired, agitated, upset, on top of all the other situations of not knowing when you're going to be released, interrogated, or moved to those cells.

"Many people suffered from various kinds of anxiety attacks. People hyperventilated, losing control of their senses, hitting their bottle of water against the cell, against other people, trying to scrape their hands against the concertina wire, sometimes breaking down and crying."

10. "Fuck Your God" by Deicide

Music torture often had significant effects on U.S. military personnel as well.

Tony Lagouranis, a former U.S. Army interpreter, almost lost it one day while interrogating a prisoner who had been receiving some very heavy metal: "As Umar knelt, we took turns yelling our questions into his ears. His head twisted around as he tried to figure out where we were. After about a half hour, he started moaning. I imagined he was crying behind his sandbag. We pushed forward, getting harsher with our words. My throat was sore, my ears were ringing, and the lights were disorienting. I realized I wasn't going to be able to stand this much longer.

"The music and the lights were making me increasingly more aggressive. The prisoner, still not cooperating, was making me increasingly angry."

Another night: "Khalid was right where I left him, calm and serene. When I looked at him, the anger surged, amplified by the flashing lights and the booming noise. A thought flashed through my head: 'Chop his fucking fingers off.'" Lagoruias was immediately revolted that the thought had even suggested itself. He left Khalid's fingers whole.

11. “We Are the Champions” by Queen

U.S. Navy veteran Donald Vance suffered this torture after the U.S. Army raided the Iraqi security firm he had been investigating as an unpaid FBI informant.

When all the employees were rounded up, he was treated as a suspect, taken to an unofficial prison camp and tortured with song.

Vance would catch himself singing along to songs he liked. "I can't remember how many times I heard Queen's "We Are the Champions.'"

Vance survived due to his military training. He started to talk to himself, telling himself jokes, trying to keep a rational train of thought going. He knew if he let the music completely "mask his thoughts," he would never get his mind back again. This method is likely what helped Vance emerge from this prison a "damaged" but not "broken" man.


TOPICS: Culture/Society; Foreign Affairs; Miscellaneous; News/Current Events; War on Terror
KEYWORDS: alqaeda; barneythedinosaur; beegees; cia; eminem; islam; islamofascism; meowmix; muhammadsminions; music; muslim; muslims; popmusic; psyops; taliban; torture; torturedevices; waronterror
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"This one is especially sick. It's reportedly the most "overused" torture song in the CIA's arsenal."

Heh ... I'd like to see this version of Barney sing to these islamist rat bastards

1 posted on 04/23/2014 7:33:57 PM PDT by DogByte6RER
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To: DogByte6RER

I believe that “It’s a Small World” is used to finish them off.

Even Shrek took a poke at that one.


2 posted on 04/23/2014 7:35:14 PM PDT by Da Coyote
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To: DogByte6RER

My college fraternity used Gregorian Chants on naked pledges blindfolded in a hot boiler room.

Worked swell.


3 posted on 04/23/2014 7:39:06 PM PDT by wetgundog (" Extremism in the Defense of Liberty is no Vice")
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To: Da Coyote

Do they play the theme from Mr. Ed?


4 posted on 04/23/2014 7:39:38 PM PDT by SandRat (Duty - Honor - Country! What else needs said?)
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To: DogByte6RER

Using : 11. “We Are the Champions” by Queen and 7. “Saturday Night Fever” by the Bee Gees sound inhuman and definitely a violation of basic human rights,

Are we barbarians now?


5 posted on 04/23/2014 7:41:17 PM PDT by sickoflibs (Obama : 'You can keep your doctor if you want. I never tell a lie ')
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To: DogByte6RER
I`d suggest they add Minnie Ripperton`s Loving You to the mix.
6 posted on 04/23/2014 7:42:53 PM PDT by Vigilanteman (Obama: Fake black man. Fake Messiah. Fake American. How many fakes can you fit in one Zer0?)
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To: DogByte6RER

“Torture” just isn’t what it used to be. I have to go through the same crap the Muzzies are being “tortured” with every time the grandkids show up. It does drive me crazy but it’s not the same thing as having your teeth drilled without any Novocaine or having your fingernails pulled out.


7 posted on 04/23/2014 7:43:06 PM PDT by FlingWingFlyer (Obama's smidgens are coming home to roost.)
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To: Da Coyote

Clockwork Orange used classical music.


8 posted on 04/23/2014 7:44:11 PM PDT by Cvengr (Adversity in life and death is inevitable. Thru faith in Christ, stress is optional.)
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To: DogByte6RER

They really should try the kars for kids song! /scream


9 posted on 04/23/2014 7:44:58 PM PDT by Irenic (The pencil sharpener and Elmer's glue is put away-- we've lost the red wheelbarrow)
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To: SandRat
My Mother The Car


10 posted on 04/23/2014 7:45:14 PM PDT by MeshugeMikey ( "Never, never, never give up". Winston Churchill)
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To: DogByte6RER

Oh boo frictin hoo

I suppose they think this is worse than having your throat slit with crazy people yelling in the back ground???


11 posted on 04/23/2014 7:45:25 PM PDT by Nifster
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To: DogByte6RER

I was never deliberately tortured, but I can’t get the theme from Gilligan’s Island out of my head


12 posted on 04/23/2014 7:45:33 PM PDT by dontreadthis
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To: DogByte6RER

I only wish they could use Bruce Springsteen songs. I find his music to be torture.


13 posted on 04/23/2014 7:45:35 PM PDT by Volunteer (Though I know that the hypnotized never lie, do ya? - The Who)
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To: DogByte6RER
11. “We Are the Champions” by Queen

With or without "We Will Rock You?"

14 posted on 04/23/2014 7:47:02 PM PDT by Cyber Liberty (H.L. Mencken: "The urge to save humanity is almost always a false front for the urge to rule.")
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To: Da Coyote

NO!. Haven’t you seen the movie “One, Two, Three” in which a loyal East German communist is tortured by his own people with many hours of “Itsy, Bitsy, Tweeny, Weeny, Yellow Polka-Dotted Bikini”? No one could survive hours of that!!

Our torturers are amateurs if they used the songs listed in the article. Most of Bob Dylan’s unintellible songs would also qualify as “tools of torture”.

And, “I Will Always Love You”. It’ll kill every brain cell in your head. It is the “coup de grace” of torturers.

I loved Whitney Houston (”I Want to Dance With Somebody, Somebody to Love”), but I’ll never forgive her for “I Will Always Love You”. A song from Hell if there ever was one.

SOmeone once said “War is Hell”, but they apparently have heard some of these songs listed above. Gives a whole new meaning to “war, hell, and crappy music”.


15 posted on 04/23/2014 7:49:21 PM PDT by MadMax, the Grinning Reaper
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To: Cvengr
RE :”Clockwork Orange used classical music”

Only because the main character violent criminal had a obsessive fetish for Beethoven music.

They broke that attraction along with his love of violence using association (the fictional theme)

16 posted on 04/23/2014 7:53:19 PM PDT by sickoflibs (Obama : 'You can keep your doctor if you want. I never tell a lie ')
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To: MadMax, the Grinning Reaper

Grease is The Word.

anything by YOKO OHNO!!


17 posted on 04/23/2014 7:54:39 PM PDT by MeshugeMikey ( "Never, never, never give up". Winston Churchill)
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To: DogByte6RER

“They’re coming to take me away ha-haaa,” would work great.


18 posted on 04/23/2014 7:56:06 PM PDT by Fungi
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To: DogByte6RER

When the CIA gets really serious they go to “It’s a Small World After All”...


19 posted on 04/23/2014 8:00:41 PM PDT by null and void (...if you are too sure of your place in heaven you might be too arrogant to actually get there.)
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To: MeshugeMikey

A 1928 Porter?


20 posted on 04/23/2014 8:01:28 PM PDT by null and void (...if you are too sure of your place in heaven you might be too arrogant to actually get there.)
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To: DogByte6RER

AHHHHHHH KILL ME NOW!!!


21 posted on 04/23/2014 8:01:45 PM PDT by wastedyears (I'm a pessimist, I say plenty of negative things. Consider it a warning of sorts.)
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To: null and void

that I do not know....

related maybe,...to Cole...Porter?


22 posted on 04/23/2014 8:02:33 PM PDT by MeshugeMikey ( "Never, never, never give up". Winston Churchill)
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To: DogByte6RER

they should’ve included chuck mangione- the terrorists would’ve immediately given up all information they had...


23 posted on 04/23/2014 8:03:34 PM PDT by God luvs America (63.5 million pay no income tax and vote for DemoKrats...)
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To: MeshugeMikey
“anything by YOKO OHNO!”

I believe Yoko Ono is specifically named in the Geneva Convention.

24 posted on 04/23/2014 8:03:40 PM PDT by CrazyIvan (Obama phones= Bread and circuits.)
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To: CrazyIvan

ahahahaha THAT I do not DOUBT!!

ayayayeyeyeyayayayayeyeyeyeyey DOUN WORRY!!!!

ayayayeyeyeyayayayayeyeyeyeyey DOUN WORRY!!!!

that might be a bit much for ANYONE!!!


25 posted on 04/23/2014 8:04:44 PM PDT by MeshugeMikey ( "Never, never, never give up". Winston Churchill)
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To: DogByte6RER

Its not actually classified as torture until they play My Sherona.


26 posted on 04/23/2014 8:05:40 PM PDT by Yogafist
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To: DogByte6RER

My 5 year old niece likes the Cartoon network...torturous for me to watch. Seriously, Uncle Grandpa; Spongebob Squarepants...dare anyone to watch for 24 hours straight & still be a functional human.


27 posted on 04/23/2014 8:06:32 PM PDT by RginTN
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To: DogByte6RER

To break the most dangerous anti-American islamoNazi terrorists, just play Obama speeches 24/7 for them.


28 posted on 04/23/2014 8:07:28 PM PDT by faithhopecharity ((Brilliant, Profound Tag Line Goes Here, just as soon as I can think of one..))
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To: wetgundog

I had to hear “Sussudio” about a bazillion times. Pretty much for two days non-stop. Nearly 30 years later, I still really hate that song. I hated it before that. Gregorian Chants would have been a relief.


29 posted on 04/23/2014 8:07:34 PM PDT by cdcdawg (Be seeing you...)
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To: MeshugeMikey

My Mother the Car was a 1928 Porter.


30 posted on 04/23/2014 8:08:17 PM PDT by null and void (...if you are too sure of your place in heaven you might be too arrogant to actually get there.)
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To: null and void

a PORTER? now THAT is RACESS!


31 posted on 04/23/2014 8:09:22 PM PDT by MeshugeMikey ( "Never, never, never give up". Winston Churchill)
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To: DogByte6RER

meow-meow, meow-meow,
meow-meow, meow-meow,
meow, meow, meow, meow, meow, meow, meow-meow,
meow-meow, meow-meow,
meow-meow, meow-meow,
meow, meow, meow, meow, meow, meow, meow-meow,
meow, meow, meow-meow, ....

and eventually all you hear is:
all work no play makes jack a dull boy all work no play makes jack a dull boy all work no play makes jack a dull boy, all work no play makes jack a dull boy all work no play makes jack a dull boy all work no play makes jack a dull boy all work no play makes jack a dull boy all work no play makes jack a dull boy...


32 posted on 04/23/2014 8:09:35 PM PDT by Optimist
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To: MeshugeMikey

*shrug* Stout was taken...


33 posted on 04/23/2014 8:11:11 PM PDT by null and void (...if you are too sure of your place in heaven you might be too arrogant to actually get there.)
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To: Optimist

Tubthumper by Chumbawumba
Blue by Eiffel 65
Barbie Girl by Aqua
Scatman by Scatman John


34 posted on 04/23/2014 8:11:38 PM PDT by wastedyears (I'm a pessimist, I say plenty of negative things. Consider it a warning of sorts.)
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To: DogByte6RER

I read years ago that they used to use “Like A Virgin” by Madonna at Guantanamo. I can see how that might break down a few terrorists.


35 posted on 04/23/2014 8:13:01 PM PDT by MAKOTHEDOG
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To: DogByte6RER

muskrat love should be on this list.


36 posted on 04/23/2014 8:13:40 PM PDT by ealgeone (obama, borderof)
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To: DogByte6RER

I wonder if this Punjabi song would be torture to their ears?

Mundian To Bach Ke
by Panjabi MC
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DJztXj2GPfk


37 posted on 04/23/2014 8:14:11 PM PDT by Jack Hydrazine (Pubbies = national collectivists; Dems = international collectivists; We need a second party!)
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To: DogByte6RER

Any rap music (great oxymoron there) would wear me down in mere hours. Actually minutes.


38 posted on 04/23/2014 8:17:06 PM PDT by Mich Patriot (Pitch black is the new "tranparent.")
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To: wastedyears

How can I forget Nyan Cat!!!


39 posted on 04/23/2014 8:18:00 PM PDT by wastedyears (I'm a pessimist, I say plenty of negative things. Consider it a warning of sorts.)
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To: DogByte6RER

“Many inmates suffered humiliations like this: Female military personnel would go shirtless during interrogations, give forced lap dances and rub red liquids they identified as menstrual blood on detainees.”

Oh the horror..the horror.


40 posted on 04/23/2014 8:18:47 PM PDT by willk (everyone)
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To: DogByte6RER

Dora the Explorer would absolutely finish them off.


41 posted on 04/23/2014 8:21:00 PM PDT by Luke21
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To: willk

Jeez, people pay good money to do that in Vegas.

I was thinking they should have played “The East is RED”
by the PLA chorus, with back up by KISS.

Actually any bass thumping rap thug music would melt
their brains like it does youts.


42 posted on 04/23/2014 8:22:25 PM PDT by tet68 ( " We would not die in that man's company, that fears his fellowship to die with us...." Henry V.)
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To: willk

at least we stopped making them where panties on their head


43 posted on 04/23/2014 8:23:43 PM PDT by Optimist
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To: DogByte6RER

Seems to me those reactions are pretty understandable after being forced to listen to non-stop rap-hip-hop.

For me, “Honey” by Bobby Goldsboro would do it...after the 2nd playing I’d tell them anything, just please God make it stop!


44 posted on 04/23/2014 8:29:56 PM PDT by bigbob (The best way to get a bad law repealed is to enforce it strictly. Abraham Lincoln)
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To: All

One of the best would be “One Eyed, One Horned Flyin’ Purple People Eater”....


45 posted on 04/23/2014 8:29:57 PM PDT by JW1949
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To: MeshugeMikey

ayayayeyeyeyayayayayeyeyeyeyey LOL!


46 posted on 04/23/2014 8:31:18 PM PDT by CrazyIvan (Obama phones= Bread and circuits.)
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To: DogByte6RER

How bout “They’re Coming to Take Me Away” by Napoleon XIV ?

Haha hehe hoho


47 posted on 04/23/2014 8:33:08 PM PDT by A_Former_Democrat (Hey 2008, we told you so)
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To: DogByte6RER
La Cucharacha should do it in about fifteen minutes, 1/2 hour tops. Unfortunately, the damage would be irreversible. The victim would have it running through what's left of his mind for the rest of his life. It would be horrible beyond description.
48 posted on 04/23/2014 8:34:34 PM PDT by PUGACHEV
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To: ealgeone

‘Love Will Keep Us Together’ with the Captain hammering that piano in strobe lighting.


49 posted on 04/23/2014 8:35:44 PM PDT by tumblindice (America's founding fathers: all armed conservatives)
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To: Da Coyote

Forget the music, a few days of Nancy Polosi videos would crack them all


50 posted on 04/23/2014 8:39:43 PM PDT by inpajamas (http://outskirtspress.com/ONE)
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