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  • cBS/Rathergate Limerick Thread

    09/16/2004 6:49:28 AM PDT · by talleyman · 15 replies · 333+ views
    talleyman | 9/16/04 | talleyman
    For those so inclined. Feel free to join in. A document expert who isn't Verified a memo he didn't. Now all eyes can see the "BS" in "C", As we bid the fraud network "Good riddance!"
  • Vanity: Freeper Sing-Along: "Your Purple Hearts" - Add your own verses!

    08/17/2004 9:18:10 AM PDT · by talleyman · 19 replies · 331+ views
    Vanity | 8/17/04 | talleyman
    (with apologies to Hank Williams) Your purple hearts Will tell on you: You'll try to lie - We'll see right through. Those mem'ries seared Will come unglued. Your purple hearts will tell on you.
  • Facts Undermine Moore's Movie [Freeper Letter to the Editor]

    07/29/2004 6:12:45 AM PDT · by talleyman · 7 replies · 820+ views
    Editor, Times-Dispatch: [Snip] Michael Moore's selective use of half-truths and outright lies is a crockumentary. ("A half-truth is a whole lie," according to a Yiddish proverb.) In Fraudandhype 9/11, the truth was edited out. What is true is that Michael Moore blamed America for being attacked, lamented the fact that more Republicans weren't killed in the attack, has called Americans "stupid," stated that the more American troops killed, the better, and has likened the Iraqi terrorists to the Minutemen. [Snip]
  • Nevada County Sees Surge in Fake Voter Registration

    07/09/2004 12:20:52 PM PDT · by talleyman · 32 replies · 2,148+ views
    Fox News ^ | 7/9/2004 | Associated Press
    LAS VEGAS — Nevada's position as a battleground state in the upcoming presidential election has sparked an increase in fraudulent voter registrations (search) in southern Nevada, a top election official said. Larry Lomax, Clark County (search) registrar of voters, said his office has identified several hundred questionable registrations among the 5,000 registration forms submitted to his office every week. The Nevada Attorney General's Office is investigating. "We've never seen anything close to this," Lomax said. "There are stupid criminals out there, and there are smart ones. We can spot the stupid ones because they submit them in a stack." [snip]...
  • Man found insane, not guilty; Witness says killer believed he was slaying a chicken...

    04/27/2004 1:50:58 PM PDT · by talleyman · 26 replies · 261+ views
    Richmond (VA) Times Dispatch ^ | 4/27/2004 | ALAN COOPER
    Harvey Derrick Glanton's statement that he thought he was killing a chicken when he crushed Daniel Bruce Balbaugh's skull was too much for Balbaugh's family. "He is a murderer," said Balbaugh's sister, Linda Balbaugh-Delahoyde. "He did not murder a chicken - he murdered" a man who was a brother, father, grandfather and uncle, she told Judge Herbert C. Gill Jr. in Chesterfield County Circuit Court just after Gill had found Glanton not guilty by reason of insanity. Glanton, 45, was working in Atlanta as a forklift operator when he began to unravel, according to testimony. He had lost an eye...
  • Teen reflects on damage 'radical activism' caused (Gag Alert)

    04/19/2004 2:46:12 PM PDT · by talleyman · 27 replies · 238+ views
    Richmond (VA) Times Dispatch ^ | 4/19/2004 | TOM CAMPBELL
    John Burton Wade, 19, will complete his freshman year at Mary Washington College on April 30. Then he'll spend what would have been his sophomore, junior and senior years in prison. "I regret what I did," said Wade, one of three young Henrico County men to have pleaded guilty to the federal crime of conspiring to destroy vehicles by fire. They admitted to a five-month campaign of vandalism meant to protest the damage that society is causing to the natural environment. They were driven by what the three high-schoolers viewed, with fierce teenage passion, as the adult public's frustrating refusal...
  • Decking the Halls Can Have Pitfalls (Idiot Professor /Anti-Christmas Alert)

    12/22/2003 10:54:18 AM PST · by talleyman · 25 replies · 387+ views
    Richmond Times Dispatch ^ | Dec 21, 2003 | Carol Hazard
    <p>A Christmas tree in the company lobby may send the wrong message, said University of Richmond professor Douglas A. Hicks. It could alienate workers not from Christian backgrounds.</p> <p>"America is the most religiously diverse country in the world," he said, and U.S. companies should convey respectful pluralism.</p>
  • Taking 'Christmas' Out of Holiday Jingles

    12/11/2003 9:21:39 AM PST · by talleyman · 41 replies · 320+ views
    Foxnews.com ^ | 12/11/03 | FoxNews
    <p>BETHEL, Wash. — A music teacher's decision to replace "Christmas" with "winter" in a recent concert carol has many residents up in arms.</p> <p>Music teacher Mark Denison of Clover Creek Elementary School (search) in Bethel, Wash., changed the lyrics in Dale Wood's "Carol from an Irish Cabin" (search) to read: "The harsh wind blows down from the mountains and blows a white winter to me," reported the News Tribune.</p>
  • Gore-Dean Cartoons (Hysterical!)

    12/11/2003 6:50:44 AM PST · by talleyman · 35 replies · 923+ views
    Daryl Cagles's Pro Cartoonist Index (Slate) ^ | 12/9/03 | Various Cartoonists
    "The Kiss" redux & other classics - enjoy!
  • 'Master' and 'slave' computer labels unacceptable, officials say

    11/26/2003 10:54:10 AM PST · by talleyman · 110 replies · 405+ views
    CNN.com ^ | 11/26/03 | Reuters
    <p>LOS ANGELES, California (Reuters) -- Los Angeles officials have asked that manufacturers, suppliers and contractors stop using the terms "master" and "slave" on computer equipment, saying such terms are unacceptable and offensive.</p> <p>The request -- which has some suppliers furious and others busy re-labeling components -- came after an unidentified worker spotted a videotape machine carrying devices labeled "master" and "slave" and filed a discrimination complaint with the county's Office of Affirmative Action Compliance.</p>
  • Smoking Ban Smoke Screen

    11/21/2003 6:00:25 AM PST · by talleyman · 49 replies · 761+ views
    FoxNews ^ | 11/20/2003 | Radley Balko
    <p>Soon, the Washington, D.C., city council will likely tell business owners in Washington, D.C., that they can no longer allow their own customers to smoke. This is because the Washington, D.C., city council has determined that it, not business owners, knows best how to run a business in Washington, D.C.</p>
  • Girl Scouts in Alaska Trap, Skin Beavers

    11/11/2003 2:21:45 PM PST · by talleyman · 50 replies · 228+ views
    Foxnews.com ^ | 11/11/2003 | Associated Press
    <p>ANCHORAGE, Alaska — Let other Girl Scouts (search) make bird feeders out of Clorox bottles and glue together little birch-bark canoes -- Troop 34 in Alaska is learning to trap and skin beavers.</p> <p>In a practice that has angered animal rights activists, the girls are killing the beavers as part of a state flood-management program.</p>
  • Help Needed For Junior Freeper

    10/10/2003 7:50:53 AM PDT · by talleyman · 28 replies · 114+ views
    My kid has a problem. He's a very bright 12 year old conservative surrounded by a sea of liberals (teachers & classmates). It gets pretty old being on the defensive every day. I can help him with coping skills (no, really, I can!), but it would be nice if I could find him a "Conservative Kids" Forum. (He keeps asking when he can join free republic - I give him the same answer as when he asks about sex - "when you're forty-two.") Seriously, if anyone knows of any kid-friendly sites or organizations where he can discourse with other conservative-minded...
  • 'God Bless' Gets Guardsman in Trouble (Again)

    08/21/2003 2:20:49 PM PDT · by talleyman · 22 replies · 324+ views
    Fox News ^ | 8/21/03 | Todd Connor
    <p>When Patrick Cubbage won back his job as a military honor guard at a New Jersey cemetery after being fired last year for saying the words “God Bless,” he had renewed faith in his freedom of speech and religion, but that quickly changed.</p>
  • Alabama's Chief Justice Refuses to Remove Ten Commandments

    08/14/2003 1:49:44 PM PDT · by talleyman · 57 replies · 811+ views
    Fox News ^ | 8/14/03 | Fox News' Jonathan Serrie and The Associated Press
    <p>MONTGOMERY, Ala. — Alabama Chief Justice Roy Moore (search) stood firm Thursday, saying he has no intention of removing a Ten Commandments (search ) monument from the rotunda of the state judicial building, and will file papers taking the case to the U.S. Supreme Court.</p>
  • Champion Steer Dethroned for Banned Drug

    08/13/2003 10:42:57 AM PDT · by talleyman · 13 replies · 273+ views
    Fox News ^ | 8/13/03 | Associated Press
    <p>SPRINGFIELD, Ill. — A 14-year-old girl and a half-ton steer (search) named Mongo were dethroned as Illinois State Fair (search) champions after the animal tested positive for a banned drug.</p> <p>The steer, the grand champion in the division for animals raised by teenagers, was disqualified Tuesday. Officials said it was the first time the fair has disqualified a grand champion because of a drug violation.</p>
  • Naked Walker Continues Trek Through Britain

    08/07/2003 1:09:30 PM PDT · by talleyman · 11 replies · 303+ views
    Fox News ^ | 8/07/03 | Associated Press
    <p>LONDON — Wearing little more than sun screen, socks and boots, Steve Gough is walking the length of Britain to celebrate the joys of nudity. Efficiency isn't one of them.</p> <p>His 847-mile trek has been hampered by eight arrests, an examination at a psychiatric hospital and several nights in jail. This week, he's starting over after Scottish police shipped him back to his starting point in Cornwall for a court appearance.</p>
  • Follow-up: "Trooper: Breast-Feeding Driver Had Homemade ID"

    08/07/2003 11:30:28 AM PDT · by talleyman · 34 replies · 249+ views
    Fox News ^ | 8/7/03 | Associated Press
    <p>RAVENNA, Ohio — A woman who was breast-feeding her baby while driving had what appeared to be a homemade Pennsylvania identification card instead of a driver's license when she was pulled over, a state trooper testified Thursday.</p> <p>Catherine Nicole Donkers — a member of an obscure religious sect who maintains that driver's licenses should not be required — described the card as an affidavit, Sgt. Michael A. Harmon said.</p>
  • Defending the Good Name of Spam

    07/30/2003 9:22:19 AM PDT · by talleyman · 30 replies · 56+ views
    Foxnews.com ^ | 7/30/03 | Associated Press
    <p>AUSTIN, Minn. — Hormel Foods Corp. (HRL) has a message for a Seattle software company: Stop, in the name of Spam!</p> <p>The canned-meat company filed two legal challenges with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office to try to stop SpamArrest (search) from using the decades-old name Spam, for which it holds the trademark.</p>
  • New Democrat Attack Ad - The Ten Commandments

    07/24/2003 9:12:23 AM PDT · by talleyman · 7 replies · 200+ views
    7-24-2003 | Talleyman
    Democrat Attack Ad - The Ten Commandments Buoyed by the success of their current African uranium ad, the DNC has just announced a follow-up commercial to air shortly. We secretly obtained this advance draft of the script from Uday & Qusay's hideou in Mosul: (Voice-over:) Bush claims to be a Christian. Christians often cite the Ten Commandments, But do you know what they actually say? [Superimposed text:] "Thou shalt kill commit adultery steal bear false witness against thy neighbour covet thy neighbour's house covet thy neighbour's wife, his manservant, his maidservant, his ox, his ass, any thing that is thy...
  • Secret of the Expanding Universe Discovered!

    07/16/2003 1:14:08 PM PDT · by talleyman · 6 replies · 257+ views
    7/16/03 | Talleyman
    Secret of the Expanding Universe Discovered! "Whoda thunk it?" - Stephen Hawking "Doh!" - Homer Simpson In a stunning setback to proponents of the GEE theory, Professor Talleyman Ho of Eastern Ersatz University announced today that the mystery of the expansion of the universe was explained by Variable Integrated Asymmetric Gravitational Rebound Anomalies (VIAGRA). According to Ho, known as "Big Ho" for unknown reasons, VIAGRA explains the sudden expansion associated with the observation of heavenly bodies. "It fits perfectly with the big bang theory," Ho said, "and it can be verified in laboratory experiments!" Ho noted that the attraction of...
  • Commuters Sound Off on Traffic-Blocking Rallies (FREEPER MENTION)

    04/07/2003 6:07:59 AM PDT · by talleyman · 17 replies · 615+ views
    Fox News ^ | Sunday, April 06, 2003 | Liza Porteus
    Blocking traffic is the tactic of choice these days among anti-war protesters. But just how effective can it be, when it angers commuters and packs police precincts with arrested activists? Counter-demonstrators who support the U.S. effort in Iraq, meanwhile, say they are the ones in the majority. They cite polls showing about 70 percent of the country backing the war effort. "We're starting to see quite a bit of it on the streets," Scott Swett, chairman of the Free Republic Network, told Fox News. "People are interested in taking a stand and having their voices heard. Swett's group helps promote...
  • Sky News Poll Needs Freeping

    03/27/2003 9:40:47 AM PST · by talleyman · 29 replies · 234+ views
    Sky News ^ | 3/27/03 | Sky News
    UK Fox affiliate poll needs help -"Bush/Blair: Were they right to go to war?" Link
  • Middle-Schoolers Drown Out Protesters (My Title)

    03/13/2003 10:40:35 AM PST · by talleyman · 9 replies · 128+ views
    Foxnews.com ^ | March 13, 2003 | Associated Press
    Preceding the arrests were speeches denouncing President Bush's drive toward using military force in Iraq. Holding enlarged photos of Iraqis, about 20 people gathered with the Capitol as a scenic backdrop. At one point they were drowned out by dozens of middle schoolers from Broussard, La., singing "God Bless America," who were waiting to take a group picture on the same spot.
  • Idiot Richmond Mayor Weighs In On Iraq War

    03/11/2003 6:28:39 AM PST · by talleyman · 7 replies · 306+ views
    Richmond Times Dispatch ^ | March 11, 2003 | JEREMY REDMON
    Richmond Mayor Rudolph C. McCollum Jr. says President Bush has not made a convincing case for a war in Iraq. He is asking the City Council to take a stand on the issue.
  • Study: Hollywood Gives USA a Bad Name

    03/01/2003 10:59:13 AM PST · by talleyman · 21 replies · 603+ views
    FoxNews.com ^ | Friday, February 28, 2003 | Trace Gallagher
    Are stars like Britney Spears, Tony Soprano and Martin Scorsese a threat to the country's national image? After questioning teens in 12 different countries, Melvin DeFleur, a communications professor at BU discovered that American entertainment was brewing a "culture of hate" among the youth of other countries. The more American entertainment they see and hear, the more they believe Americans are dishonest, drug-abusing sex fiends, DeFleur said.
  • A Little Tax Time Humor - Stripper Busted on Deduction (My Title)

    01/30/2003 3:32:14 PM PST · by talleyman · 13 replies · 260+ views
    cnnmoney.com ^ | 1/30/2003 | Leslie Haggin Geary
    Most Absurd Tax Claims From breast implants to cremated ashes, taxpayers try anything to score new deductions ... However, none can top the deduction of Chesty Morgan, an enterprising stripper from Detroit, who sought to claim her breast implants as a medical expense. A tax court judge busted Chesty on that one, but he did her a bigger favor by allowing her to write off the operation as an un-reimbursed business expense. (As a medical deduction, Chesty would have only been allowed to write off the operation if her costs exceeded a whopping 7.5 percent of her income. Business write-offs...
  • Pro-lifers Protest Olympic Condoms

    02/05/2002 9:34:34 AM PST · by talleyman · 7 replies · 64+ views
    WorldNetDaily.com ^ | 2/5/02 | By Maria Elena Kennedy
    Pro-lifers protest Olympic condoms 'Committee is playing Russian roulette with people's lives' By Maria Elena Kennedy © 2002 WorldNetDaily.com A plan to provide free condoms to Olympic athletes at the 2002 Winter Olympics is facing passionate protests from various pro-family groups. "I thought it was absolutely appalling that the Salt Lake Organizing committee, in the name of public safety, would push condoms on the athletes," said 25-year-old Brandi Swindell, leader of Generation Life, a Boise, Idaho-based pro-life group...