Posts by John Frum

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  • Written in the skies: why quantum mechanics might be wrong

    05/18/2008 10:51:14 PM PDT · 3 of 78
    John Frum to FormerACLUmember

    “Not only does God play dice, but... he sometimes throws them where they cannot be seen.” - Stephen Hawking

  • Gazans cower under fire, anger at Israel mounts (They can dish it out but can't take it)

    03/01/2008 7:26:06 PM PST · 19 of 36
    John Frum to tobyhill; rageaholic

    Screw Palestinians, Israel rules! Gaza is nothing but a giant wasteland.

  • Who Was Imad Mughniyeh?

    02/14/2008 9:51:00 PM PST · 10 of 19
    John Frum to Ernest_at_the_Beach; rageaholic

    Its just a matter of one piece of garbage, disposed of for good. Good riddance. ;-)

  • 'We have broken speed of light'

    08/17/2007 10:02:22 PM PDT · 360 of 372
    John Frum to MNJohnnie; rageaholic

    Utterly impossible and untrue. Its like the claim recently about creating ‘cold fusion’. Wait and see, they’ll be retracting this tidbit soon enough.

  • Black Muslim bakery raided

    08/05/2007 3:33:38 PM PDT · 38 of 47
    John Frum to GomerBile; wtc911

    My definition of winning an argument is that which is contained in the post above. LAFF.

  • Black Muslim bakery raided

    08/04/2007 11:39:49 PM PDT · 28 of 47
    John Frum to GomerBile; traumer

    There’s not enough currency on the face of this planet that would be able to persuade me to patronise such an establishment. I don’t need to have a “Black Muslim bakery” in my neighborhood. Odds are such a place would diminish surrounding property values by a factor of at least 2:1.

  • Afghanistan: Top U.S. Commander Optimistic On Developments In Eastern Region

    08/04/2007 11:36:14 PM PDT · 5 of 5
    John Frum to GomerBile; jdm

    We’re at war with militant islam, plain and simple. Anything less than this declaration is simply feigning ignorance.

  • Shoeless George Bush--Washington's continuing confusion with Islam

    07/10/2007 9:40:40 PM PDT · 135 of 135
    John Frum to wolfinator; rageaholic

    Either you are a closet liberal (in which case why you hang out on a conservative bulletin board is beyond comprehension) or you are a closet muslim. In my opinion both are pretty much not worth their salt they contain.

    Fascism is for gullible losers. Socialism is also for losers. Communism IS a failure. Only capitalism is the true salvation.

  • Statue of the American Soldier in Iraq

    07/09/2007 7:05:14 AM PDT · 86 of 86
    John Frum to rageaholic

    I guess the phone cops and internet police failed, according to a certain letter. LOL.

  • Shoeless George Bush--Washington's continuing confusion with Islam

    07/08/2007 8:43:44 PM PDT · 124 of 135
    John Frum to wolfinator
    They are not allegations, its fact.

    You choose to ignore facts presented to you because it suits your argument.

    I stand behind any and all statements I may have said in the past, although I will not believe anything that you choose to quote as you are full of inaccuracies. I don't need to check what I may have said before.

    Here is perfect example, not only did Rageaholic already post the specific in context quote once before, you neglected to read it, before you reacted. Then you react with the same wrong information that you posted before he corrected you (with the type of information that a 3rd grader could likely find in less than a minute on the White House website, which is beyond reproach in terms of accuracy).

    Again, I will requote and re-emphasize again (in bold face) below:

    But you, rageaholic, you still can’t show a quote where Bush said “Islam is peace.” You might find similar sounding quotes that mean different things, but you won’t find the specific in-context quote you claim he did, and he posted a link to the white house website, with the press release.

    http://www.whitehouse.gov/news/releases/2001/09/20010917-11.html

    The face of terror is not the true faith of Islam. That's not what Islam is all about. Islam is peace

    Once again you've made a proclamation and you've been proven dead flat wrong, your credibility is shot.

  • Shoeless George Bush--Washington's continuing confusion with Islam

    07/08/2007 4:02:51 PM PDT · 120 of 135
    John Frum to wolfinator; rageaholic
    I see clearly and without prejudice. There were plenty of SIGNIFICANT american muslim celebrations on 9/11.

    Here is a perfect example of such celebrations: http://www.frontpagemag.com/Articles/ReadArticle.asp?ID=12138

    And for those who cannot read this link, as a favor to them I will cut and paste the text of such, below:

    Celebrating 9/11 at the FBI

    By Paul Sperry

    FrontPageMagazine.com | February 11, 2004

    When linguist Sibel Dinez Edmonds showed up for her first day of work at the FBI, a week after the 9-11 attacks, she expected to find a somber atmosphere. Instead, she was offered cookies filled with dates from party bowls set out in the room where other Middle Eastern linguists with top-secret security clearance translate terror-related communications. She knew the dessert is customarily served in the Middle East at weddings, births and other celebrations, and asked what the happy occasion was. To her shock, she was told the Arab linguists were celebrating the terrorist attacks on America, as if they were some joyous event. Right in front of her supervisor, one translator cheered: "It's about time they got a taste of what they've been giving the Middle East." She found out later that it was her supervisor's wife who helped organize the office party there at the bureau's Washington field office, just four blocks from the J. Edgar Hoover Building. "This guy's wife brought the date-filled cookies for the celebration," Edmonds, 33, recalled. At the time, the supervisor, Mike Feghali, a naturalized U.S. citizen from Beirut, was in charge of the FBI's Turkish and Farsi desks. But he's been promoted since then, and now also runs the all-important Arabic desk, which is key to intercepting the next al-Qaida plot. It gets worse. The language service squad is the front line in the FBI's war on terrorism, collecting all foreign language tips, information and terrorist threats to homeland security. Agents act on what the squad translates and reports. The sooner they get the information, the sooner they can thwart terrorist attacks. Investigators had missed clues to both the 2001 and 1993 World Trade Center attacks because they were buried in a backlog of untranslated wiretaps and documents in Arabic. Despite the backlog, Feghali told Edmonds and other translators to just let the work pile higher, according to Edmonds. Why? Money. She says Feghali, who has recruited family and friends to work with him at the high-paying language unit, argued that Congress would approve an even bigger budget for it if they could continue to show big backlogs. "We were told to take long breaks, to slow down translations, and to simply say 'no' to those field agents calling us to beg for speedy translations so that they could go on with their investigations and interrogations of those they had detained," said Edmonds, who was fired without specified cause by the FBI after she reported breaches in security, mistranslations and potential espionage by Middle Eastern colleagues. She claims Feghali actually tampered with her work to slow her down. "My supervisor went as far as getting into my work computer and deleting almost completed work so that I had to go back and start all over again," she said. Edmonds, a Turkish-American who is not a practicing Muslim, made the allegations last month in a 9-page letter to the Senate Judiciary Committee. She also claims that Feghali threatened to sue the bureau for racial discrimination, but dropped the suit once the bureau promoted him, says Edmonds and other sources. The FBI, which like the army suffers from a severe shortage of Arabic translators, instated a bureau-wide Muslim-sensitivity training program after 9-11. Reached by phone at his Maryland home, Feghali was brusque and refused to talk about the allegations. "I'm not at liberty to discuss this thing, OK?" he said before abruptly hanging up. The spokesperson for the FBI's Washington field office, Debbie Weierman, did not return repeated phone calls. Feghali, who holds several foreign language degrees, has been an FBI language specialist for several years. He was a key translator in the government's case against al-Qaida operatives charged in the U.S. embassy bombing in Kenya, and even testified in court. Sources say he is planning to move back to Lebanon. A key player in the 9-11 plot and the likely pilot of United Airlines Flight 93, the suicide plane that crashed apparently en route to the U.S. Capitol, was Ziad Samir Jarrah, a Lebanese. Edmonds has also complained about Feghali and other Middle Eastern translators to the Justice Department inspector general. And on Wednesday, she is scheduled to give a detailed briefing to members of the 9-11 commission in a secure room here. She claims terrorist "investigations are being compromised," and has demanded an independent probe of the FBI's language department. "If there were, and are, persons within the language department that either intentionally prevented translation because of their agendas, or persons who were, and are, not qualified to properly translate, it is likely that terrorist communications prior to 9-11 were missed; and it is likely that current and future terrorist communications will likewise be missed," Edmonds wrote Justice's Inspector General Glenn A. Fine in a Jan. 5 letter. "I have alleged, and the FBI has confirmed (to Senate investigators), that there are in fact such persons in the language department." Fine still has not released the findings of his internal probe, even though Edmonds first filed her complaint with his office almost two years ago. Speaking for Fine, Justice official Carol Ochoa said the investigation is "still ongoing." "We are working hard to complete it expeditiously," she said in a Jan. 6 letter to Edmonds.

    Get your facts straight. Your grand pronouncements that 'this isn't so' without checking facts makes all of your arguments weak.

    I do see the situation clearly.

    Its you who have obfuscated and choose not to understand the true threat that militant islam poses to the world, and the defacto condonement by the majority of moderate (and silent) muslims.

  • Evolution is preposterous

    07/07/2007 7:16:02 AM PDT · 32 of 366
    John Frum to rageaholic
    Dinosaurs are figments of our imagination.

    *Sarcasm*

  • Shoeless George Bush--Washington's continuing confusion with Islam

    07/06/2007 9:18:23 PM PDT · 111 of 135
    John Frum to wolfinator; rageaholic
    Yeah, right, Muslims are decent Americans *SARCASM*. I cannot name one muslim who fits such a profile.

    You say that you "personally know Muslims who are decent patriotic Americans" and yet thousands of 'supposedly' decent muslims cheered the attacks that happened on Sept 11th. These were muslims in the USA and also overseas. You can do a variety of searches on the internet and else where and see these disgraceful images, including ones where they burn the American Flag.

    These so called decent muslims are part of the silent majority who don't bother to speak up against militant/extremist islam. Daniel Pipes has it right, if you bother to read and understand what he's saying, all the warning signs are right there. And thus I condemn the silent majority as being complicit and share as much guilt as those in the militant/extremist factions.

  • Shoeless George Bush--Washington's continuing confusion with Islam

    07/05/2007 10:52:30 PM PDT · 108 of 135
    John Frum to wolfinator; rageaholic

    The dangerous segment of islam is all of it; islam is an enemy ideology. If September 11th didn’t teach you this simple fact then you are truly ignorant. How many more innocent people need to die to prove this so???

    You’re entitled to your wrong opinion (which was proven wrong by rageaholic). And I’m entitled to my opinion that since you are incorrect; whatever comments you make furthermore, aren’t worth consideration, PERIOD. In MY opinion.

  • Shoeless George Bush--Washington's continuing confusion with Islam

    07/04/2007 2:44:32 PM PDT · 84 of 135
    John Frum to wolfinator; rageaholic

    Daniel Pipes is the number one authority on middle east issues (including Islam). He clearly sees the threat that muslims pose to the rest of the world. His analysis is dead on target. And as other posts within this major thread indicate, your facts are dead wrong too. Rageaholic knows and has proven this so.

  • U.S., Iraqi troops kill 55 insurgents in major offensive on al-Qaida

    06/23/2007 10:37:41 PM PDT · 3 of 14
    John Frum to Perdogg; rageaholic

    What, no pictures??? LOL!

  • IRAN: KHATAMI'S CLERIC STATUS AT RISK OVER HANDSHAKE WITH ITALIAN WOMEN (Islamic Karma)

    06/15/2007 10:33:22 PM PDT · 14 of 15
    John Frum to Dumpster Baby; rageaholic

    One gets you kiled and one gets you a free pass because there’s a definite homoerotic tilt to Ahmadinejad. I don’t make it up - the pictures speak for themselves.

  • Iraq - Blast at revered Shi'ite shrine in Iraq's Samarra (Golden Dome Mosque)

    06/15/2007 10:29:16 PM PDT · 84 of 85
    John Frum to HAL9000; rageaholic

    Now you see it (the mosque); now you don’t. LOL.

  • A fatwa free-for-all in the Islamic world

    06/15/2007 10:27:18 PM PDT · 50 of 50
    John Frum to rageaholic; GovernmentShrinker

    Islam is irrelevant.

  • Youtube Propoganda (Vanity)

    06/15/2007 10:24:03 PM PDT · 4 of 8
    John Frum to Ultra Sonic 007

    Truly a very lame blog and a very lame set of video essays. Anyone who believes this nonsense probably believes in toothfairies and junk like that.

  • Islamic Jihad: We are firing more accurate rockets

    12/28/2006 12:07:28 AM PST · 8 of 9
    John Frum to wodinoneeye; rageaholic
    How soon they forget the results of the legal bulldozing that took place back in 2003:

    and then this:



    The results of the bulldozing of miscreants and traitors such as Rachel Corrie (as shown below) is all that is suitable for Islamic Jihad and any other islamist organization.

    Turn those diesel engines on, and ride away!!
  • Statue of the American Soldier in Iraq

    12/08/2006 12:26:43 AM PST · 85 of 86
    John Frum to rageaholic

    Even after all this time, this is still amusing to read this back and reflect upon the lameness of a CERTAIN other person's comments and MAIL.

  • What's the Matter With Jimmy?

    12/07/2006 11:51:11 PM PST · 66 of 67
    John Frum to Sabramerican

    What's the matter with Jimmy? He's an ASH-HOLE. Ash is a good word, by the way ;-)

  • Spy death was murder say police as poison case takes fresh twist

    12/07/2006 7:15:26 PM PST · 7 of 7
    John Frum to Mrs Ivan
    I've posted this up previously, but NO one mentions the possibility that this guy was a muslim, who might just possibly have killed himself, unintentionally, by mingling with other terrorists:

    Trail of Polonium210, Jihad, suitcase nukes Spy Death by Nuclear Poisoning Tied to American Hiroshima

    By Paul L. Williams Ph.D. & Lee Boyland Wednesday, December 6, 2006

    The death of Alexander Litvinenko by radiological poisoning points to the possibility that the former Soviet spy may have been involved with Islamic terrorists in the preparation of tactical nuclear weapons for use in the jihad against the United States and its NATO allies. Litvenenko, a former KGB agent, died in London on November 23 after ingesting a microscopic amount of polonium-210.

    In a deathbed statement, Litvinenko blamed Russian President Vladimir Putin for the poisoning--an accusation which the Kremlin has vehemently denied. The denial is fortified by the fact that polonium-210 is a very rare radiological substance that is man-made by bombarding Bismuth-209 with neutrons within a nuclear reactor. It is expensive to produce and difficult to handle.

    When Russian officials resorted to nuclear poisoning in the past-- including the assassination of two Swiss intelligence officials who were engaged with Russia and South Africa in the nuclear black market--they relied on such readily available radiological substances as cesium-137 in salt form.

    According to nuclear expert David Morgan, killing a spy or political dissident with a grain or two of polonium-210 is as ludicrous as shooting a rat with a howitzer.

    Litvinenko, who was born an orthodox Christian, was a convert to Islam with close ties to the Chechen rebels. His last words consisted of his desire to be buried “according to Muslim tradition.”

    In recent years, considerable attention has been paid to suitcase nukes that were developed by U.S. and Soviet forces during the Cold War. Reliable sources, including Hans Blix of the United Nation, have confirmed that bin Laden purchased several of these devices from the Chechen rebels in 1996. According to Sharif al-Masri and other al Qaeda operatives who have been taken into custody, several of these weapons have been forward deployed to the United States in preparation for al Qaeda’s next attack on American soil.

    This brings us to the mysterious case of Litvinenko.

    The neutron source or “triggers” of the suitcase nukes are composed of beryllium-9 and polonium-210. When these two elements are combined, the alpha particle is absorbed by the nucleus of the beryllium causing it to decay by emitting a neutron. Such “triggers” were a feature of early nuclear weapons in the U.S. and Soviet stockpiles.

    Polonium-210 has a half-life of 138 days, necessitating the replacement of the triggers every six months. For this reason, the suitcase nukes are far from maintenance-free. In addition, the nuclear core of these devices emit a temperature in excess of one hundred degrees Fahrenheit - - further exposing the weapons to oxidation and rust. Small wonder that al Qaeda operatives including Adnan el-Shukrijumah, who are spearheading “the American Hiroshima” have received extensive training in nuclear technology.

    Polonium-beryllium triggers are packaged in foil packs about the size of a package of sugar on a restaurant table. When the twin foil packages are crushed, the elements mix and the neutrons are emitted. A courier transporting nuclear triggers could have had a mishap causing the packages to rupture and a trail of contamination to occur.

    Polonium-210 is a fine powder, easily aerosolized. Litvinenko could have inhaled the powder, or had a grain or two on his fingers when he ate the sushi.
  • 7 (Bartenders) Test Radioactive at Bar Where Ex-Spy Met Russians

    12/07/2006 7:06:22 PM PST · 16 of 43
    John Frum to jdm
    It totally amazes me that NO one talks about the scary fact that this guy was a muslim, and he could possibly have been working on terrorist goals as described in the article below:

    Trail of Polonium210, Jihad, suitcase nukes Spy Death by Nuclear Poisoning Tied to American Hiroshima

    By Paul L. Williams Ph.D. & Lee Boyland Wednesday, December 6, 2006

    The death of Alexander Litvinenko by radiological poisoning points to the possibility that the former Soviet spy may have been involved with Islamic terrorists in the preparation of tactical nuclear weapons for use in the jihad against the United States and its NATO allies. Litvenenko, a former KGB agent, died in London on November 23 after ingesting a microscopic amount of polonium-210.

    In a deathbed statement, Litvinenko blamed Russian President Vladimir Putin for the poisoning--an accusation which the Kremlin has vehemently denied. The denial is fortified by the fact that polonium-210 is a very rare radiological substance that is man-made by bombarding Bismuth-209 with neutrons within a nuclear reactor. It is expensive to produce and difficult to handle.

    When Russian officials resorted to nuclear poisoning in the past-- including the assassination of two Swiss intelligence officials who were engaged with Russia and South Africa in the nuclear black market--they relied on such readily available radiological substances as cesium-137 in salt form.

    According to nuclear expert David Morgan, killing a spy or political dissident with a grain or two of polonium-210 is as ludicrous as shooting a rat with a howitzer.

    Litvinenko, who was born an orthodox Christian, was a convert to Islam with close ties to the Chechen rebels. His last words consisted of his desire to be buried “according to Muslim tradition.”

    In recent years, considerable attention has been paid to suitcase nukes that were developed by U.S. and Soviet forces during the Cold War. Reliable sources, including Hans Blix of the United Nation, have confirmed that bin Laden purchased several of these devices from the Chechen rebels in 1996. According to Sharif al-Masri and other al Qaeda operatives who have been taken into custody, several of these weapons have been forward deployed to the United States in preparation for al Qaeda’s next attack on American soil.

    This brings us to the mysterious case of Litvinenko.

    The neutron source or “triggers” of the suitcase nukes are composed of beryllium-9 and polonium-210. When these two elements are combined, the alpha particle is absorbed by the nucleus of the beryllium causing it to decay by emitting a neutron. Such “triggers” were a feature of early nuclear weapons in the U.S. and Soviet stockpiles.

    Polonium-210 has a half-life of 138 days, necessitating the replacement of the triggers every six months. For this reason, the suitcase nukes are far from maintenance-free. In addition, the nuclear core of these devices emit a temperature in excess of one hundred degrees Fahrenheit - - further exposing the weapons to oxidation and rust. Small wonder that al Qaeda operatives including Adnan el-Shukrijumah, who are spearheading “the American Hiroshima” have received extensive training in nuclear technology.

    Polonium-beryllium triggers are packaged in foil packs about the size of a package of sugar on a restaurant table. When the twin foil packages are crushed, the elements mix and the neutrons are emitted. A courier transporting nuclear triggers could have had a mishap causing the packages to rupture and a trail of contamination to occur.

    Polonium-210 is a fine powder, easily aerosolized. Litvinenko could have inhaled the powder, or had a grain or two on his fingers when he ate the sushi.
  • IRAQ: Um Khalid, Iraq "Men here believe they are immune to the (HIV) disease"

    12/06/2006 5:17:31 PM PST · 16 of 16
    John Frum to rageaholic

    Why is this a bad thing? Let them continue to live with the belief that Men are immune. Consider it a long term fight in the war against terror (AKA the war against islamists). If we cannot kill the enemy directly, let them rot from the inside within the next 15 - 20 years. Of course, I don't wan't them around that long, but if that's the ONLY functional way to win, so be it.

  • Sirius Shares Fall 7% On Lower Subs Forecast(Sirius/XM merger?)

    12/06/2006 10:21:27 AM PST · 40 of 42
    John Frum to AJ504

    "I'll admit that I am an XM subscriber for the past 3+ years, and can attest that XM's hardware is vastly superior to those carrying Sirius' label."

    An anecdotal story I have to refute this is claim comes from a co-worker of mine who bought an XM radio receiver for his car, and the unit was constantly picking up transient noise as well as constantly cycling from the alternator in his car. He was an electrical engineer, and eventually he gave the unit away as it could not be fixed.

    He did buy another XM radio receiver from a different manufacturer thought which did not have this problem.

    My Sirius installation in my vehicle was seamless and without incident. I detect no external noise, no transients and no 'hiss' (as would be the case if I was to turn up the volume to its fullest position on a system with appreciable additional noise).

  • Sirius Shares Fall 7% On Lower Subs Forecast(Sirius/XM merger?)

    12/05/2006 10:44:46 PM PST · 38 of 42
    John Frum to AJ504
    The only reason why you claim "and can attest that XM's hardware is vastly superior to those carrying Sirius' label" is because XM had a greater diversity of hardware out before Sirius did... But now Sirius is catching up... Look in any electronics magazine (Crutchfield) and you'll see a preponderance of their (Sirius') products now.

    As for programming content, Oprah Winfrey on XM is most certainly NOT going to lift their ratings as much as Howard Stern on Sirius will. You don't have to like Howard Stern, to recognize that his fan base will still continue to migrate over to satellite. Its only been approximately 1 year since Howard started on Sirius; from a programming standpoint (whether you like the particulars or not) its too early to say who's on top. In approximately 24-30 months this question will be answered.

    As for "having units to stock and for sale", you could go into any Fry's Electronics store, or Best Buy, or equivalent electronics resaler at the beginning of this year and find absolutely NO sirius products available, yet XM's were all sitting around fully stocked (and unbought). Of course that was a temporary blip due to the run on Sirius products when the subscriber base ramped up. But come this holiday season, you'll probably see an equal number of both products on the shelves now since the OEMs have caught up with demand.
  • Sirius Shares Fall 7% On Lower Subs Forecast(Sirius/XM merger?)

    12/05/2006 4:51:35 PM PST · 22 of 42
    John Frum to VeniVidiVici

    Sirius has an excellent selection of programming, and still has momentum even with this temporary blip. Two years ago, people would say, Sirius WHO? Not anymore. My money is on Sirius, figuratively and literally (for the long term as a stockholder). Time will tell in another few years how this all shakes out. Meanwhile, every store I've been to electronics wise has tons of XM equipment, but very little if any Sirius equipment (which is an indicator of its much higher demand over its rival).

  • The 751 No-Go Zones of France

    11/25/2006 6:25:41 PM PST · 40 of 58
    John Frum to Diogenesis; rageaholic

    My sentiments, EXACTLY.

  • Michigan Teen Creates Nuclear Fusion

    11/21/2006 2:14:02 PM PST · 63 of 65
    John Frum to El Gato

    The real promise of fusion is more energy out, than what is put in. When this kid (or anyone else) does this, then this thread will become of great interest.

  • Michigan Teen Creates Nuclear Fusion

    11/19/2006 10:03:23 PM PST · 42 of 65
    John Frum to Lancey Howard; rageaholic

    Its not fusion, he's created a plasma sphere - the same kind of thing you can buy at any kitschy gift shop for about $75 or so. Real fusion implies getting more energy out that what you put in, and there's nothing here within the link that indicates this simple fact.

  • Haniyeh: US is enemy of Islam and Muslims

    06/01/2006 12:51:40 PM PDT · 19 of 21
    John Frum to rageaholic

    I too am an enemy of Islam. I am Islam's worse nightmare ;-) Then again, I'm the enemy of most types of viruses that require unforgiving extermination.

  • Chavez to buy Russian jets

    05/21/2006 8:41:58 PM PDT · 42 of 71
    John Frum to DakotaRed

    Chavez has no clue, the F-22/A Raptor has a performance envelope which far exceeds the F-16. Quite simply there is nothing else in production anywhere else in the world that can compete with it.

  • US: PA gov’t will collapse without aid

    05/17/2006 3:48:15 PM PDT · 33 of 54
    John Frum to Esther Ruth; yonif; rageaholic

    Their downfall is our gain. I LOVE IT!!!!!

  • Letters from a mujahid-Instructions, guidelines for killing in the name of Allah

    05/14/2006 6:23:20 PM PDT · 8 of 9
    John Frum to rageaholic

    A million times, Osama's the dope of ISLAM.

  • Rice's border deal facilitated Israel attack

    04/30/2006 10:14:13 PM PDT · 81 of 81
    John Frum to rageaholic

    Of course its retarded, what do you expect? Those who practice it, are retarded like a syphilitic imbicile.

  • Penn State Bans Jewish Student's Terrorism Exhibit

    04/23/2006 11:35:42 AM PDT · 27 of 54
    John Frum to rageaholic

    Its been censored because liberal academia will side with enemy ideologies (a.k.a. ISLAM), before anything else.

  • Ukrainian skinheads stab Jew

    04/23/2006 11:34:06 AM PDT · 20 of 49
    John Frum to rageaholic

    Its even a more sad day when an "untermensch" stabs the wrong one. It would have been A-OK if it was haji baba instead.

  • TERRORISM: Al-Zawahiri relative killed, family says (body guard of Osama bin Laden)

    04/23/2006 11:31:19 AM PDT · 85 of 86
    John Frum to rageaholic

    Troglodyte Yooks and Zooks, vis - a - vis the detritus of pondscum otherwise known as militant islamists.

  • Judge Grants Hinckley Overnight Visits

    12/30/2005 4:50:03 PM PST · 42 of 82
    John Frum to FormerACLUmember; rageaholic

    More like this:

    Telegram to John Hinckley:

    Watch your back!! You never know who's gonna be watching ya ;-)


  • Farrakhan wants govt sued over hurricane response (Moonbat Farrakhan Alert)

    10/23/2005 1:43:20 AM PDT · 41 of 41
    John Frum to indcons

    Like I've said previously, ever notice how Louis Farrakhan has a habit of dressing up like PeeWee Herman?

  • Farrakhan is a Thug, Too

    10/23/2005 1:42:10 AM PDT · 5 of 5
    John Frum to neverhome; rageaholic; yonif

    Ever notice how Louis Farrakhan has a habit of dressing up like PeeWee Herman?

  • Al Qaida announces presence in the Gaza Strip

    08/05/2005 1:44:01 PM PDT · 31 of 54
    John Frum to Man50D; rageaholic

    It goes to prove the old adage that garbage attracts more garbage. Gaza is a dump, and like a magnet garbage-heads like alqaeda flock there in droves. Its good, lets concentrate them before the FINAL strike (total scorched earth).

  • India-US defence pact will disturb power balance: Pakistan

    07/02/2005 11:35:38 AM PDT · 2 of 6
    John Frum to Srirangan; rageaholic

    pakistan can go suck an egg, India is the rational one.

  • Cop 'tries to convert' pagans during arrest (Druids think their civil rights were violated)

    06/26/2005 5:30:30 PM PDT · 2 of 134
    John Frum to wagglebee; rageaholic

    Druids are HARMLESS. Its the Islamists you have to worry about.

  • Angry Cruise defends Scientology bar on drugs

    06/25/2005 8:42:09 PM PDT · 19 of 70
    John Frum to Mears

    I can't wait until he (cruise) or someone else in his family has a mental breakdown/issue or something along those lines, and then they'll need proper treatment - at that point he'll change is mind.

    Anyway, anyone who'd bother to follow some cult made up by some 2-bit supposed SF writer, has some serious problems in their life. I pity him.

  • Another set of FREAK parents selling their baby's name online

    06/12/2005 12:09:18 AM PDT · 8 of 25
    John Frum to TheOtherOne; rageaholic

    Name the kid 'Soda' or 'Seven'. LAFF

  • Images of the Koran

    06/12/2005 12:08:10 AM PDT · 6 of 49
    John Frum to M. Espinola

    Can I vomit now???

  • Hybrids Causing Traffic Jams (As Hybrid Cars Multiply, So Do Carpooling Gripes)

    06/07/2005 11:52:35 PM PDT · 22 of 22
    John Frum to crushelits; rageaholic

    The whole point of HOV lanes is to increase the flow of traffic (cars passing per unit time). In CA the HOV lanes are meant for multiple passengers only, although their usage is debatable.... quite often they're completely empty and the remaining lanes are overloaded and clogged. Its an imperfect system in any case.