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Posts by richwolo

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  • Seeking Reaction: Bush's Budget Cuts Make Cancer Scarier

    03/21/2006 8:02:42 AM PST · 10 of 22
    richwolo to martin_fierro

    Just one of many reasons why the World Health Organization rated Medical Care in the US 34th of 190 member nations.

  • What ever happened to CONSERVATISM?

    08/21/2005 10:54:31 AM PDT · 10 of 40
    richwolo to Capitalism2003
    The current so called Compassionate Conservative republican sitting in the White House is a far cry from what Reagan, George Sr. and Richard Nixon were for their party. He is both inept and a follower being driven by the NEOCON warlords he mistakenly appointed. Little by little real conservative republicans are realizing they were duped by this man. These are the drops you are seeing in the polls.

    Pat Buchanan was the first to see what GWB is really all about and what he would be doing to our country if elected. God help us, he was even re-elected.
  • Did Clarke's zeal backfire?

    03/28/2004 6:12:50 AM PST · 4 of 24
    richwolo to Sacajaweau
    No matter how bad Clinton may have been (he was) our concern should be now. Only GWB can hurt this country NOW.
  • Bush has nothing to fear from this hilarious work of fiction

    03/28/2004 6:09:14 AM PST · 5 of 21
    richwolo to gathersnomoss
    Take off your GWB rose colored glasses and listen to Clarke on Meet the press. He is firing salvos at Rice and GWB as I type.
  • US Navy to Abolish Reserve P-3 Squadrons as Reserves, Guard Take Big Hits

    09/16/2003 10:21:41 AM PDT · 8 of 14
    richwolo to LN2Campy
    USE the reserves and everyone bitches about the deployments

    You choose to be very critical of the reserve and guard with little substance in your arguement. Take for example the Air Transport Services of the USAF. Reservists currently provide personnel to fly more then 70% of worldwide missions on a day to day basis. Reserve "support" has been in the 50-70 range since the 1970s.
  • Vanity - Military Jet History

    05/18/2003 1:54:12 PM PDT · 23 of 67
    richwolo to newbie 10-21-00
    Everyone is right to a degree. However, mixing the B-52, the F-4 and the F-117 with each other is quite a salad to say the least.

    The F-4 was a fantastic airplane. True it was first used by the Navy but I don't think the AF was unhappy to get it in their weapons chest. It replaced the F-105 Weasel. More F-4s were built than any other fighter inteceptor. It was and still is the fastest fighter interceptor ever built. While it's true top speed was never reported (it had always been classified) it is somewhere in the range of 1700 MPH or more then mach 2 1/2. Being a very large fighter interceptor, it was capable of carrying a tremendous assortment of air to air or air to ground weapons. it was truly the air superiority fighter interceptor of all time when compared to what it was up against. The Luftwaffe, Greek and Italian Air forces still fly the F-4. It is still the stellar airplane of the Luftwafee, having been modified and improved tremendously from thoose originally flown by the USAF, USMC and USN.

    the USAF still flies F-4 as unpiloted drones piloted from the ground. They are used to penetrate air defense aircraft (F-15s) in training misisons, flying out of Eglin AFB in Florida. I have talked to pilots at Eglin who still have the greatest respect for the F-4 and it's capabilities. It still assumes it's air superiority mission competing against F-15s. In summary, the F-4 was for it's time the greatest fighter intercepptor airplane ever built. A great airplane for your son to write about. Go to the AF website for dozens of great photos of this fantastic airplane.
  • Bush Shakes Up Iraq Administration

    05/11/2003 8:33:06 AM PDT · 4 of 24
    richwolo to HAL9000
    "There seems to be a story-behind-the-story here."

    Yes there is. Barbara Bodine is quoted as saying she was never told up front what an impossible task she was being asked to perform.
  • Germany: Stoiber lurches further to right as polls spell defeat (immigrants = economic problems)

    09/16/2002 9:03:03 AM PDT · 8 of 11
    richwolo to dfwgator
    We should move all of our bases from Germany to Poland.

    A great suggestion. Iniially a few of our defense positions could be moved as a gesture of US discontent with Germany. What better place then to Poland, a country that has always had very warm feelings for the US and currently for GWB.
  • Does Uncle Sam Want Another Recession?

    08/06/2002 6:37:10 PM PDT · 8 of 9
    richwolo to OldFriend
    The aticle does not condone dishonesty amongst Corporate Senior Management. The thrust of the author is that a severe overaction is taking place. The shaky CEOs and CFOs may well opt to accounting methods that could indicate earnings lower then they really are.
  • Does Uncle Sam Want Another Recession?

    08/06/2002 6:16:23 PM PDT · 2 of 9
    richwolo to freeforall
    A good article. Now all we need is for someone in power (Ostensibly GWB) to recognize the overreaction against corporate management.

    Why doesn't the adminstration exert pressure on the congress to reduce the capital gains tax on investments. Or perhaps to reduce or suspend the tax on stock dividends. A suspension of those taxes for a year or so would create great interest and re-investment in the market by those sitting on the sidelines.
  • Imus grills Lieberman

    08/05/2002 11:19:47 PM PDT · 6 of 18
    richwolo to A CA Guy
    Imus should have asked about Rubin's $200 million consultant fee from Citigroup for heads up on forthcoming Enron failure. Citi hedged loans and saved a cool billion.
  • The House that Clinton/Gore Built

    07/23/2002 4:55:35 PM PDT · 15 of 83
    richwolo to John W
    We do live in a democracy and the will of the people should be upheld.
  • The House that Clinton/Gore Built

    07/23/2002 4:42:41 PM PDT · 11 of 83
    richwolo to Pagey
    your statement may be true but does that mean that GWB does not have the responsibility to fix the mess.
  • The House that Clinton/Gore Built

    07/23/2002 4:40:45 PM PDT · 9 of 83
    richwolo to tbphillips
    While I agree with most of what you have said in your vanity post you did not go far enough in time. what has GWB been doing for his first 17 months in office. By his own declaration he said the economy was tanking during his election campaign. Yet he did not get actively involved in the ecoomy until 2 weeks ago. his appointments, Paul O'neill, Harvey Pitt and Larry _____ have all been disasters. Yet he refuses to admit a mistake and to make corrections. Can he not take criticism. He has not fired one of them and has indicated that he has no such plans. This is despite the general public and polls taken show no faith in any of them. If a leader cannot instill public confidence he is not a leader and should be replaced. Going further, it seems that GWB had been obsessed with terrorism long after public polls indicated that the economy was greatest worry on the minds of the general public. Even now, he is trying to ram the Iraqi war down our throats when many republicans and most dems feel the administration has not made a sufficient case to go to war.
  • Democrats Rejoice As Financial Crisis Brings Gloom To Rivals' Poll Campaign

    07/23/2002 4:12:55 PM PDT · 6 of 17
    richwolo to ex-snook
    The GOP better get cracking or they will be sucking wind for many moons. Perhaps fortunately the Democrats are as clueless as the GOP.

    If GWB does not turn the economic disaster around before November, the GOP will lose the house and increase the defecit in the Senate. His benign neglect of the economy for the first 17 months of his presidency has disappointed countless GOP faithfuls. First step is to get rid of daddy Bush's cronies, Treas Sec. O'neill, and SEC chairman Harvey Pitt. General public; dems and republicans, have little faith in their skills, integrity and ability to soothe the investment public. GWB seems to have forgotten that most of the investors are GOP faithfuls.
  • Bush Likely to Call for Criminal Charges for Corporate Officials

    07/07/2002 10:00:18 AM PDT · 9 of 10
    richwolo to Brian Mosely
    with upwards of 65 million Americans invested in stocks and/or mutual funds, it's long overdue for GWB to become directly involved in cleaning up the investments scandals, corporate scandals and immoral affiliations our congress has with those corporations through the acceptance of soft money. A recent poll (I believe it was AP) indicated that the economy was considered the most important issue facing Americans today. The poll results were approximately 70% for the economy and 22% for the war/terrorism.

    Investors have been bleeding for far too long. GWB has to prove to Americans that he can handle more then one issue at a time. The longer he waits, the larger the issue of Corporate favoritism by him, will become. What is really needed is for some heads in congress to roll besides those of the corporate CEOs. That however, is too much to hope for.
  • [More horrific news for Daschle and ilk]: Jobless Rate Slid Unexpectedly to 5.8 Percent in May

    06/07/2002 7:17:49 AM PDT · 2 of 48
    richwolo to JohnHuang2
    Yep and the market has dropped about 40% overall since 9/11. 30% this year alone.
  • Polls: Israelis, Palestinians reject Saudi plan

    06/06/2002 8:26:31 PM PDT · 2 of 4
    richwolo to NormsRevenge
    It seems both sides will go another 35 years killing each other.
  • Sunday Morning Talk Show Thread 14 April 2002

    04/14/2002 6:30:48 AM PDT · 19 of 89
    richwolo to Skooz
    MY how judgemental you are. You have no idea on how I feel about Hillary. Your judgmental characte just happens to be DEAD WRONG. In the future, please stop shooting from the lip. Or is your blurting a mere "slip of the lip".
  • Sunday Morning Talk Show Thread 14 April 2002

    04/14/2002 6:12:44 AM PDT · 10 of 89
    richwolo to Alas Babylon!
  • Live Thread: President Bush and Prime Minister Blair Press Conference, Noon EST, 4/6/02

    04/06/2002 9:20:52 AM PST · 83 of 333
    richwolo to Wild Irish Rogue
    I think that President Bush and PM Blair have no choice but, to "advise" Israel to withdraw
    I agree in a certain sense. Bush and Blair have no right to tell a leader of State (Sharon) how to lead his country. The unspoken tone of the Bush message is that Sharon had better comply or suffer the consequences. These consequences could ostensibly come from another Arab nation, or in the form of reduced support from the US. There are three or four Arab nations straining straining at the bit and will watch Sharon's actions very carefully. Bush knows this. Blair knows this and Sharon is learning real quick despite his stubborness. His continued stubborness can only lead to more support for Palestine from those Arab nations. Less support for Sharon from Bush and Blair. Or both.
  • Live Thread: President Bush and Prime Minister Blair Press Conference, Noon EST, 4/6/02

    04/06/2002 8:39:55 AM PST · 56 of 333
    richwolo to coteblanche
    I seem to have heard Bush say that "I expect Israel to heed my call." He then hedgred when asked what if they didn't. Seems like you only hear what you want to hear. Bush said again: "my words to Israel are to withdraw". What will emerge here on this thread is that we will soon find out who are really behind Bush and who are the "israel Firsters".
  • Live Thread: President Bush and Prime Minister Blair Press Conference, Noon EST, 4/6/02

    04/06/2002 8:31:46 AM PST · 38 of 333
    richwolo to Miss Marple
    Is everyone deaf here. Bush and Blair have both also said that they expect Israel to pull out of Palestine. Immediately.
  • Surface to Air Missiles Stolen from Polish Train

    03/27/2002 4:57:21 AM PST · 9 of 19
    richwolo to eabinga
    your translation is not only rough but also highly inacurate. The so called "theft" actually occured in October 1999 and consisted of Display Missiles, all of which were recovered. Your innuendo and ethnic slurs are quite obvious and should not be allowed on this board. Why don't you grow up Pole basher. And also the other Pole bashers on this thread. You are all not very funny and I am surprised the Free Republic allows you to post here.
  • Israli Sale of Radar Plane to China

    03/27/2002 4:24:20 AM PST · 2 of 10
    richwolo to richwolo
    Israel had previously scrapped the PHALCON deal in August 2000 under pressure from the United States. The US claimed the airplane's systems would increase the threat to Taiwan and could endanger American pilots in case of a war with China.
  • Israli Sale of Radar Plane to China

    03/27/2002 4:18:47 AM PST · 1 of 10
  • Beyond barbarism in the Middle East

    03/19/2002 6:28:18 AM PST · 5 of 6
    richwolo to Axis Mundi
    All of this hyperbole re the Middle East is getting "so old". This type of "Left Brain" verbage just goes on and on. The people of the Middle East are all tribal, many barbarians, including the Israelis. It is impossible for a tribal mind to "separate church and state". Jerusalem is a Holy site to three major world religions: Jews, Christians, and Muslims. It should be placed under the governance and protection of an international consortium and I do NOT mean the United Nations.

    Amen. Give them all their own trac of land and erect two walls with a no man's land in between. Enough of all this tribal barbarism!!!

  • 125 car Pile-up Kills 10 in Georgia

    03/14/2002 7:51:32 AM PST · 33 of 78
    richwolo to Brookhaven
    I've noticed that people who own these huge SUV's are the ones who seem to think they are invincible on the road. Even during heavy Rain, Snow or Fog

    The truth of the matter the SUVs are probably the most dangerous vehicles on the interstate. They are unstable and turn over at a rate four times greater then sedans. They also become the battering rams that kill and maim all those unfortunate enough to be hit by them. Add to this the careless attitudes of many of the macho type who drive them and you have the most dangerous vehicle package on the road. When will insurance companies take notice and charge them insurance rates commensurate to the danger they pose to others, themselves and their passengers.

  • On Iraq, this time Israel is a player

    03/08/2002 7:17:34 PM PST · 6 of 18
    richwolo to pkpjamestown
    The administration has not announced precisely why Cheney is going to the middle East. One can hypothesize that he is going to gain support from potential allies. Anything beyond that is purely hypothetical and without any official announcement. The authors story sound like a tale concocted purely via his vivid imagination or wishful thinking. The article is tripe.
  • Anti-Semitism - it's all about theft

    03/06/2002 9:42:59 AM PST · 9 of 10
    richwolo to NativeNewYorker
    Your story is a sad one and I am sorry for the losses of loved ones you experienced at the hands of the Nazis. As for your father being run out of town by Poles (ostensibly Catholics by your tone) it is sad if true. It is however anectdotal evidence and does not necessarily reflect the truth or the big picture.

    the point of my message (which is not anectdotal but based upon studies) is that many more persons besides Jews were murdered by the Naziz. Most of those were Polish Catholics. Last count is that the number is 2.5 millions. Holocaust writers, playwrights, and movie scripters always seem to leave those deaths out of the drama. That's my point.

  • Anti-Semitism - it's all about theft

    03/06/2002 6:59:20 AM PST · 4 of 10
    richwolo to Israel Insider
    The story is very sad and ghastly. The author however, has failed to mention that more then 5 million non-Jews (mostly Polish Catholics) also died at the hands of the Nazis. Somehow, holocaust writers usually leave this part out of their stories.
  • Erroneously

    03/06/2002 6:36:58 AM PST · 9 of 13
    richwolo to Catspaw
    While the NY Times has the ability to verify Emanuel's service, they do not have the will to find out the truth. You know their addage, "We only print the news that fits our philosophy".
  • Ailing Sharon sees support eroding fast

    03/04/2002 8:02:05 PM PST · 8 of 32
    richwolo to NormsRevenge
    I heard a very poignant response from a Palestinian on TV today. He was asked why Palestinians hate Jews so much that thousands are lining up and willing to die for their cause. He was asked what he felt it would it take to once again begin the peace process. His response was that as long as the boot was held to their necks, Palestinians will never even consider negotiations.

    Perhaps Sharon (or Israeli citizens) should consider what this man had said. Sharon's aggresive position, his bravado and his obstinacy have accomplished nothing. All this while almost two thousand persons have been slaughtered. Hatred on both sides for the other has increased while Palestinian martyrdom has reached epic proportions. It is time he gave it up or perhaps that he be replaced.

  • Hil Wins Israelis Over Finds new friends among the hawks (GAG!)

    02/25/2002 6:10:04 AM PST · 10 of 16
    richwolo to wingnuts'nbolts
    The "love affair" between the b___h Hil and Israeli is very shallow. she is really courting the very large NY Jewish population for their future. Both sides hate each other but are playing their prostitute roles very well.
  • Why have there been so many military air crashes lately

    02/16/2002 2:03:40 PM PST · 41 of 46
    richwolo to P-Marlowe
    Military equipment is maintained by military personnell and military pilots are flying the machines. These people tend to be in their early twenties. They tend to drink a lot. They tend to party all night. These people are probably the best trained military people in the world, but you must remember they are government employees.
    I think your characterization of the military personnel is very ungracious, obviously biased for some reason; and most importantly incorrect. Why don't you climb under a rock and hope that a terrorist bomb never makes a direct hit. With more persons like you around, this country would have been defeated a long time ago.
  • Why have there been so many military air crashes lately

    02/16/2002 12:42:07 PM PST · 26 of 46
    richwolo to watsonfellow
    A good questions. In my opinion, there are many reasons. I'll try to list them in no particular order. 1. the AF, AFRes and ANG are flying more real missions to more places then they have in many years. In our lifetimes, there has never been a real defensive mission in the lower 48 states as there is now.

    2. Virtually all Fighter aircraft investigating and surveilling aircraft in the lower 48 are being flown by Air National Guard Pilots. As good as they are as pilots, (they are very experienced. in most cases more so then their active duty counterparts.)the plane they usually fly every day are airliners not fighters.

    3. The entire AF is depleted. The airplanes are almost all very old and in lots of instances are literally worn out.

    4. The maintenance necessary to keep these old planes flying at the rate they are in the air is virtually around the clock. I dare say, some may have gone up with problems that went unnoticed. 5. There are too few airplanes in every category. Too few transports, fighters, bombers, tankers, reconassaince and special catergory AC.

    Clinton, our horrible president ever, depleted our Air Force, National Guard, AF Reserves to a level not known since the AF began flying. For example: When George Bush Sr. left office there were approximately 60 C-17 Transports in service. The plan at that time was for an additional 140 to be built within the span of Clinton's two terms. When Clinton left office there were 70!!!! the C-17 is a tactical short take off/ landing aircraft that carries a tremendous amount of cargo and troops to anywhere in the world. It can land on a 3,000 foot grass runway. Exactly what was needed in Kosovo and Afghanistan. The problem is that we did not have nearly the amount needed to run a proper Air Force. the same sad problem is true of our fighter, bombers and tankers. Clinton saw fit to junk the SR 71, the best spy plane in the world. They are now sitting in the Clinton Junkyard, an AF base in Arizona. The Sr 71s were junked because they were too expensive to perate. Instead we are using U-2 aircraft that are inferior in every way. To boot they are about 40 years old. Are you aware that a wing fell off a C-141 transport as it was being re-fueled to support the mission in Afghanistan. It hardly made the news because the press continually shields Clinton for his misdeeds. Are you aware that the AF has to lease old 747s from charter aircraft companies who in turn lease them from the major airlines who have them in permanent storage in Arizona because no-one wants to buy them. They are fuel guzzlers and obsolete. the AF has been forced to lease them at tremendous start up costs from middle men who literally have to get them out of the "junk yard" for use by the AF to move troops and cargo. In addition, they are the wrong type of plane for the mission. the c-17 is but we don't have any!!! You will not hear a loud complaint from Rumsfeld or the active members of the AF, AFres or ANG because they are good soldiers, doing the best they can with too many of the oldest beat up worn out aircraft ever to fly the insignia of the USAF.

    If USAF planes were subjected to the level of inspection that a civilian airliner has to stand up to, a very large portion would be permanently grounded.

    you will not hear this from any active AF members or the Sec. of Defense or the press (for a different reason then the former two groups) I assure you however, it is all true.

  • The Obvious Conclusion

    02/15/2002 6:55:18 AM PST · 1 of 4
  • U.S. told: Israel will react to Iraqi strike

    02/12/2002 7:23:15 AM PST · 7 of 42
    richwolo to Ciexyz
    While I am not a fan of Sharon and I do not usually approve of his strategems, this is a no brainer. I do believe the Israel nation has every right to defend itself. I do believe GWB will not only endorse an Israeli response, he and the administration will also asssist the Israelis in more ways then we will ever know.
  • Resolving the Grim Mideast Conflict

    02/06/2002 9:58:55 AM PST · 6 of 7
    richwolo to My Identity
    The current Israeli leader, Ariel Sharon, is a former general, a blunt warlike figure who believes his nation's overwhelming military might will frighten the Palestinians into stopping the terrorism and then make peace on Israel's terms. Of course he is wrong.

    This is quite a turnaround for the Washinton Times to permit such a story to be published in it's paper. It illustates the slipping popularity of Sharon... Even amongst conservatives. Seems that Sharon's popularity has recently been polled at around 45%. It will not be long before he is toppled. The sooner Israelis throw him out, the sooner there will be peace in Israel. While the US and GWB are not happy with his agressive and inciteful goading of Palestinians, they do not wish to interfere with the internal policies of Israel. The questions Israelis must ask themselves is "Do they really want peace or is it more appropriate to continue killing Palestinians?". unfortunately, while the clock ticks away, world opinion of Israel becomes more jaded.

  • Investors question AOL financials

    02/02/2002 5:38:44 PM PST · 9 of 18
    richwolo to Cicero
    Amen!!! AOL is the epitomy of a company that is deluding all they come in contact with. The service stinks, the adds are overpowering and the advertisers are also being duped by phoney subscription numbers all for the sake of funding other businesses. If ever there were a company deserving of a wholesale revolt and cancellations by the customer base it is AOL. AOL reminds me of an old McDonalds tactic. Serve lousy expensive hamburgers and get away with it by conning the kids by playgrounds and worthless prizes and gift. The kids then force their parents to go to McDonalds.
    With AOL, they also conned the kids with instant Messenger and a lot of colorful banners all attractive to the kids and computer neophytes who in turn force their parents into maintaining their subscriptions to an inferior service.
  • Israeli Tourism Minister Threatens Palestinians With Expulsion

    02/02/2002 7:11:47 AM PST · 9 of 13
    richwolo to l33t
    Those who choose warfare over negotiated settlements will suffer the consequences, tell that to your Palestinian terrorist friends. This is common sense, but who said that people who go into contortions at the mere mention of the word "Israel" have any.

    I am neither a friend of the Palestinian Terrorists or a champion of any nation that arbitrarily chooses to "expel" it's citizens. That was true of Kosovo, Pakistan, Germany and now Israel??

  • Israeli Tourism Minister Threatens Palestinians With Expulsion

    02/02/2002 5:39:18 AM PST · 6 of 13
    richwolo to AdrianZ
    "The Palestinians must know that if they continue their attacks, they will lose their houses and will have to leave, as was the case in 1948," Elon added, referring to the exodus of more than 700,000 Palestinians following the creation of the State of Israel that year.
    By whose decree, will the Palestinians be "removed". What is the threshold for removal and where will they be expelled to. I thought Israel was a democracy. At least that's what I keep hearing from the Israel Firsters who will now call a charge to bash me off the topic.
  • Sharon Held Talks With Top Palestinians

    02/01/2002 9:51:49 AM PST · 2 of 26
    richwolo to RCW2001
    I do believe it is a good sign. One thing for sure however, he is not there on his own accord. I believe it was due to arm twisting by The US Government and the local opposition party(s). My last recollection is that Sharon's popularity rating was reported to be low 60s in a poll taken by the JP.
  • Arabs to Tell U.S. Its Interests at Risk - Paper

    01/28/2002 5:31:06 AM PST · 28 of 38
    richwolo to richwolo
    Here comes the barrage!!!
  • Arabs to Tell U.S. Its Interests at Risk - Paper

    01/28/2002 5:27:07 AM PST · 27 of 38
    richwolo to BrooklynGOP
    To: DennisW, Yehuda, Veronica, Thinkin' Gal, Alouette, A_perfect_lady, EU=4th Reich, BenF, Alouette ping!
    alert, alert to the "Israel Firsters" no matter what risk it places on the US.
  • The 'second generation' of Holocaust survivors

    01/26/2002 1:14:42 PM PST · 5 of 6
    richwolo to Restorer
    you are right. As far as I can tell from my readings, the others totalled approximately an additional 3 million persons combined. I have not been able to get figures on the Russians, Romanians, Serbs, Czechs and even Germans. If you could break it down, those numbers would be appreciated. My point was surely not to demean those people or to ignore their suffering. My real point is to point out that it was not only a "Jewish Event". (the liberal media almost always mischaracterizes the Holocaust.)
  • The 'second generation' of Holocaust survivors

    01/26/2002 10:00:15 AM PST · 2 of 6
    richwolo to Leisler
    the authors of this article refers to the event in the context that is was a "Jewish only" happening. While I have the deepest sympathies for the 6 million Jews reputed to have been exterminated by the Nazis, the author himself is guilty for what he charges others to have been doing; re-writing history.


  • Fewer Tickets Issued After Attacks

    01/26/2002 4:23:02 AM PST · 4 of 6
    richwolo to DWSUWF
    Police Departments across the nation do not acknowledge statistical surveys taken for decades by the AAA which show no correlation between the amount of summonses issued and a reductions in traffic accidents.
  • Misunderstood Prescription Drugs and Needless Pain

    01/25/2002 10:20:07 AM PST · 6 of 14
    richwolo to Flipper4
    A promo for the drug industry. Pure tripe and a typical one sided NYTimes position.
  • ***Terrible Terry Is Blanked By The Soft Spoken Marc R.***

    01/20/2002 7:22:51 AM PST · 5 of 50
    richwolo to The Wizard
    I think Terry is Carville with a wig.