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Doofus in the White House?

Posted Friday, July 17, 2009, at 8:33 AM

Why is it that we always have to have at least one doofus in the White House at a time?

From Dan Quayle to Bush to Biden, it seems like there always has to be one person who doesn't know when to shut up.

I guess as long as we have a goober in there it gives a little comic relief to all of the craziness they like to throw at us.

I was reading a story this morning about Joe Biden making the statement that "We need to spend money to keep from going bankrupt."

So far since the election, I have not read a single story about Biden that did not center around him saying something that he shouldn't have.

I remember during the election last year seeing a video of him making the comment that "In Delaware, the largest growth of population is Indian Americans, moving from India. You cannot go to a 7/11 or a Dunkin' Donuts unless you have a slight Indian accent. I'm not joking."

I'm telling you, some people are simply put here on earth for our enjoyment. Well, and to run our country.

Any favorite stupid White House comments?

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Where were you when Cheney was hunting,,his friends. What a doofus.

-- Posted by Dexterite1 on Fri, Jul 17, 2009, at 9:35 AM
Corey Noles' response:
HAHA...I almost forgot about Cheney's hunting trip!

No disrespect Corey,, I always chose my hunting partners carefully,, very carefully. Never walk in front of an inexperienced hunter.

-- Posted by Dexterite1 on Fri, Jul 17, 2009, at 12:46 PM

Well, I'll add this innocent story before hoon gets hold of this topic and runs with it: Several years ago, I worked with the most wonderful high school principal. He took a klutzy, unpopular kid under his wing to teach him how to hunt. He even gave him a beagle. He told me that he was taking the kid out to hunt on the weekend, so on Monday I asked him how it went. He finally had to keep the kid in front of him, because he kept hearing the boy click the safety off behind him.

What a scary sound - to be walking along and hear the click behind you! It's a wonder he didn't get shot! What a good guy!

-- Posted by goat lady on Fri, Jul 17, 2009, at 2:39 PM

Bad hunter....but an ***-kicker when it came to the war on terror.

Not running with this one. The media controls which politicians get labled doofus' for the most part. Clinton and Algore said enough stupid crap to put them in that category, but a liberal media in love with a pot smoking, cigar using, global warming wack protected much of that. Now, we have an ignoranus in there promising this and saying that, being held accountable for nothing with a VP who speaks like the drunk at the end of the bar. Media controls it all and will report NOTHING that shows disapproval for their far far left way of thinking.

Enjoy Nationalized government run healthcare all in the name of taxing the wealthy and giving to those who fail to do for themselves. Enjoy a war on terror being fought like the wimp who sucked up to the bully and hoped to not get hit as hard. Enjoy paying more in the name of global warming (which doesn't exist) for home heating, cooling, and everything else if Crap and Trade passes by these idiots.

The politicians we have running the show...both sides....need to go. Clean house, start over, take back OUR country. We have gotten out of hand and the idiots rule. Not many want their jobs, and the ones who do want them for the same wrong reasons.....which revolve around power and feeling like a bighead.

Oh, and Education is a great example.....same crap spewing out of Obama's mouth as was from Bush's and every other politician. No one screaming that Obama is sticking with No Child Left Behind? I can't hear everyone ******** and moaning about it now. I thought that was the dumbest thing ever for education? NOTHING will change with our education system...it is a joke, will remain a joke and many who would be great leaders and educators will do something else.

How is that for not running with the topic at hand GOaT!?

My Name is Shannon Hoon....I am a Libertarian and Love Penn Gillette!

-- Posted by shannonhoon on Sat, Jul 18, 2009, at 9:50 AM

You're right GL.

-- Posted by Dexterite1 on Sat, Jul 18, 2009, at 11:26 AM

Isn't Obama looking just a little bit like a dufus himself these days?

-- Posted by I.B. Le Truth on Sat, Jul 18, 2009, at 12:53 PM

Well, if that wasn't "running with it," what is? At least you got it out - We knew you would.

NCLB is just as dumb as ever, but looks as if once a stupid program is started, it takes dynamite to get it stopped. Nobody's lighting the match, as far as I can see...

Let's see, what's the opposite of "rose-colored lens"? Maybe poop-colored lens? Looking at life through poop-colored lens? Everything you see is distorted, one way or the other.

-- Posted by goat lady on Sat, Jul 18, 2009, at 2:32 PM

The real doofus headed back to Texas earlier this year. No truth shown in above statement,,, needs a name change.

-- Posted by Dexterite1 on Sat, Jul 18, 2009, at 2:52 PM

Hoon is right! We should start our list of "things to do" with vowing NOT to vote for anyone who already is in office. We should insist on term limits--two terms and out. We should all read the Constitution and attempt to find similarities between what is happening and what was intended to happen. There really may be an edge of the world and we are reaching the rim.

-- Posted by geezerette on Sat, Jul 18, 2009, at 4:10 PM

Colorful phrasing, geezerette. Who would expect a poet with your pen name??

-- Posted by goat lady on Sun, Jul 19, 2009, at 8:21 AM

Is that a compliment? However, you failed to comment on the suggestions I made. Would love to see sanity return to the USA. My pen name? I'm old but I have retained my cognition.

-- Posted by geezerette on Sun, Jul 19, 2009, at 11:44 AM

GOAT and Dexterite don't get into specifics......they don't refute anything negative about their messiah in chief. They hate GWBush and that is the basis for their love of what is going on now. For a year now, I have put up argument after argument against a very liberal direction....also have admitted faults in Bush and other so-called conservatives when I see them....with nothing but general negative comments and "last eight years" whining. Oh by the way, are Dexterite and GOAT still angry that we are in a war on terror maintaining ALL GW/Cheney policies while even SURGing into other countries? Again, be prepared for NO facts to support the shut HOON comments to follow!

-- Posted by shannonhoon on Sun, Jul 19, 2009, at 1:10 PM

Don't want to confuse any right wingers with the facts, I don't hate GW, he just ignored the Constitution, keeping us safe with his 'bring-em-on attitude', getting hundreds of thousands Iraqis killed, thousands of troops killed, wounded, some in horrible condition. Yes, I suppose we're safe but at what cost.

It'll take years to get this country working and saving and living again. But please, don't show any patience. I promised I wouldn't respond, but if I'm quoted with GL, I'm in pretty good company.

-- Posted by Dexterite1 on Sun, Jul 19, 2009, at 6:24 PM

Again...no specifics...just a 'bring 'em on attitude' after 3000 Americans were killed during attacks on 9-11. Seems at the time, Congress along with about 98% of Americans had that attitude. I guess the messiah would have went over and met with Bin Laden.

So far we are safe and that is a great thing....but someone has to get the credit just as Clinton and Bush were chastised for ignoring signs leading up to the attack.

Ignoring the Constitution is not the argument I would use if my messiah in chief was redistributing wealth, buying up American Banks and Auto industries, and continuing to push for taxing one class so he can give to another.

GOAT is good company, but also brings no facts to the table....

-- Posted by shannonhoon on Sun, Jul 19, 2009, at 7:00 PM

I'm with you Hoon. If anyone ignores the Constitution, it's B.O. himself....Taxation without representation, you gotta love it.

I'm Bon Scott, and I'm still waiting for a legitimate birth certificate from our president(he still does not deserve to have that capitalized).

-- Posted by BonScott on Sun, Jul 19, 2009, at 7:15 PM

I think Hoon should run for national office. Maybe we could honestly capitalize the title again. (Is that right, Bon Scott?)

I don't care how much money BO gives away--just as long as it is from his personal bank account. But, of course, it is mine so I do care. I can't wait for the next election. No one who is in office now will get MY vote.

-- Posted by geezerette on Sun, Jul 19, 2009, at 8:36 PM


My goal is to one day stand in the middle of two people running for office. Will start locally and then move on to the national scene. My job will be to stand in the middle and point out all the lies, hypocracy, arrogance, ignorance, broken promises, and pin headedness that will NO DoUBT spew from their mouths. I won't e there to win a race or hold office, just to affect the process and point out faults of BOTH sides.

GOAT and Dexterite will belittle me as a right winger.....I am a common senser. I am real close to the middle and lean a bit to the right. Our country has elected a far left liberal and that has prices. But to ONLY have a I hate George Bush attitude and to ONLY get your news from CNN, CBS, ABC, or other entertainment news programs along with the liberal rags of papers that come our way is to be too simple minded. Right is right and wrong is wrong. Common sense should guide us all and I still say.....BOTH pubs and dems are spineless cowards in need of power.

I am Shannon Hoon. Neil Boortz has more common sense than 94% of Americans and I approve this message.

PS. Don't wait around for any substantial comments supporting this ignoranus of a president we have now. You can't defend this much stupidity.

-- Posted by shannonhoon on Sun, Jul 19, 2009, at 9:20 PM

You may not have 20 minutes, but if you do, check this out....

We are headed for one heck of a sub-standard healthcare system. If you think the government has a tough time delivering a letter, or getting your licensed renewed, just wait.


-- Posted by shannonhoon on Mon, Jul 20, 2009, at 2:15 PM

I visited the site and signed on. I trust several more people here will do the same. However, I'm also equally sure some will not bother because to do nothing is the usual method of dealing with government. Thanks for the site.

-- Posted by geezerette on Mon, Jul 20, 2009, at 3:00 PM

This is the same group pushing tea parties. Now I'm impressed.

-- Posted by Dexterite1 on Mon, Jul 20, 2009, at 7:14 PM

I would be impressed if you ever gave me one substantial reason to buy into your liberal way. But all you got is general, basically lame comments, and NO substance.

Dexterite, can you tell me some things you don't like about the tea parties??????

Geezer...watch this, you will hear nothing but right wing this and that and ite will ignore the fact that these tea parties are happening because people are ****** at a government intrusion and higher taxes along with unending wasteful spending.

-- Posted by shannonhoon on Mon, Jul 20, 2009, at 8:02 PM

Your right Hoon. The Tea Parties are not about donkeys or elephants. It's about what I posted earlier; taxation without representation. And that's what a lot of these people don't get that bought into the media hype. When it comes right down to it, it's a real sad situation.

-- Posted by BonScott on Mon, Jul 20, 2009, at 8:32 PM

They're aimed at the new president which some folks will never accept, there's a black man in the white house.

Where was your tea parties the last 8 years??

-- Posted by Dexterite1 on Mon, Jul 20, 2009, at 8:52 PM

People do not truly understand what is happening to our country. We are getting taxed at an unbelievable rate. We are slowly, but surely getting taken over by our own government. And we are losing are rights and we don't even know it.

The scariest thing about this is that the middle class, which is the class that holds this great country(yes, it is still great)together, are the ones that are going to suffer greatly by all of this. The upper class will stay wealthy, the lower class will stay poor, and the middle class will slowly creep down because we are going to have to pay for all of this bull**** that is taking place.

I'm Bon Scott and I still love beer.

-- Posted by BonScott on Mon, Jul 20, 2009, at 10:38 PM

Did I predict there would be a last 8 years comment?

Your messiah has Quadrupled what Bush did in all 8 of those years in 4 months. But that is OK in your mind and I am a racist because I don't believe in horrid liberalism, some would argue socialism.

-- Posted by shannonhoon on Tue, Jul 21, 2009, at 9:12 AM

Hoon--By the time the liberals realize that "it" cannot happen to us, "it" will be knocking at the door. Have you read Ayn Rand's ATLAS SHRUGGED? It's a long read but the lesson is well worth the time. Another of her books is WE THE LIVING. Both tell stories of the takers of society. I wish you well in your efforts to alter the thinking of the smalltowners whose existence has never been threatened--of which they are aware. BO is a major threat. And, NO, I'm not a racist!

BonScott--I love beer too! It is the purpose of the Socialist to eliminate classes. The wealthy are wealthy because they have learned ways to get and to stay that way. The middle-class know they can work hard and maintain. The lower-class know they can get by on welfare--which is the same as stealing from the middle-class. Those people who cannot function in any class (politicians) spend their time telling the middle-class (because the wealthy know not to listen) they should "share" their earnings with those less fortunate. Yeah!

-- Posted by geezerette on Tue, Jul 21, 2009, at 2:56 PM

Spot on geezerette. Well said.

-- Posted by BonScott on Tue, Jul 21, 2009, at 3:39 PM

Geezer....are you a dead rock star?

You make way too much sense for some on here...they will indeed call you racist, mean, evil, and also claim that the last 8 years were the worst of their lives.

-- Posted by shannonhoon on Tue, Jul 21, 2009, at 3:41 PM

I've been called lots of things in my life and the names have included racist, evil, and mean so I am immune to those names. I would prefer to be called to serve on the jury at the trial of some of these politicians who are like the little nodding dogs one used to see in the rear windows of cars. I'm sick of the whining and the begging from the people I thought I wanted to be like when I was much younger. I see no reason to apologize for being an American who not only follows the rules (I confess to speeding, however.) but fully expect my fellow citizens to do the same. I see virtually no gray area between right and wrong. I believe in capital punishment. I believe in spanking children for wrong doing. I believe child abusers (sexual predators) should be made to talk in a high voice before they are put to death. I do not believe in welfare as a way of life for generations of do-nothings. I am polite to a fault, do not offer my opinion unless asked, and prefer my own company usually. I love my children. I love my country. I would, if placed in the necessarily hard spot, give my life for either. I own a gun and I know how to use it. I do not condone liars because they are the same as thieves.

Have I said enough to be initiated into the Hoon/BonScott Fan Club?

-- Posted by geezerette on Tue, Jul 21, 2009, at 9:10 PM

That might be the best post in months. Once again geezer, well said.

I'm Bon Scott, and I believe in good red wines and a 12 to 6 curve ball.

p.s. I'm starting to like geezerette's point of views.

-- Posted by BonScott on Tue, Jul 21, 2009, at 9:49 PM

Geezer said more substantive thoughts, views, and opinions than GOAT + Dexterite added together over the life of the blogs. Good stuff. Still waiting for any,,,,,,,,any angles from the other side. Surely there are some. Bon, I think this is Geezer Butler, bassist for Black Sabbath, except for Geezer Butler is still living in the LOU.

Man....refreshing to hear of more common sense. Dexterite will probably rip on us for using the word spank. Goat will say something like Hoon has some sort of fan club........but there WILL BE NO refuting of the ideas posted here. Too tough. C'mon Dexterite....begging for some sort of real debate....bring it.

-- Posted by shannonhoon on Tue, Jul 21, 2009, at 11:11 PM

I see nothing wrong in anything geezer has written. We could all do better in life by following these humane views of life. No more debate, talk to yoursekf instead.

-- Posted by Dexterite1 on Wed, Jul 22, 2009, at 6:18 AM

Sorry, misspelled yourself.

-- Posted by Dexterite1 on Wed, Jul 22, 2009, at 6:19 AM

Don't go getting soft dexterite1. Rally yourself and wake up the goat. It would get really boring without your beyond left field point of view.

-- Posted by BonScott on Wed, Jul 22, 2009, at 7:57 AM

Then get bored.

-- Posted by Dexterite1 on Wed, Jul 22, 2009, at 9:10 AM

Now that's funny dexterite. I like that.

-- Posted by BonScott on Wed, Jul 22, 2009, at 11:17 AM

I think Dexterite got into the homemade wine this AM. GOAT.....save him.

-- Posted by shannonhoon on Wed, Jul 22, 2009, at 11:39 AM

Go to www.dirtyliberal.com and read what some more common-sense people think. Perhaps I understated my views; perhaps I should have put in a few "I feel..." comments. Logic is a result of common sense. I trust I have not dampened the spirit of the group. I would hate to ruin the fun I've been having over the past months by reading the contributions of the various participants. Please continue. I'll keep quiet.

-- Posted by geezerette on Wed, Jul 22, 2009, at 12:19 PM

Don't go mute geezerette. You have added new life to this sometimes stale blog. Keep typing baby!

-- Posted by BonScott on Wed, Jul 22, 2009, at 5:40 PM

Ette...bring it on! Bon, way to cheerlead. Layne is tearing up the front page, sort of like he is sitting in an angry chair or something.

For Those About to Rock....HOON salutes you!

-- Posted by shannonhoon on Wed, Jul 22, 2009, at 11:31 PM

By the way...did anyone see the messiah on TV tonight campaigning. ONLY in Washington are they feeling as if Healthcare is a crisis and an emergency. Problem, yes......crisis and something needing a quick fix by a bunch of wacked out liberals...nope.

Have a Drink on me!

-- Posted by shannonhoon on Wed, Jul 22, 2009, at 11:32 PM

Hoon, you said wacked. You know you are going to get reprimanded now don't you?

And yes, I am having a drink!

-- Posted by BonScott on Wed, Jul 22, 2009, at 11:42 PM

Well, well, I had no idea that this blog site had risen from the ashes... Wouldn't want to miss Bon's use of big words. "Reprimand..." Impressive. Don't use those words, Bon, or your good buddy won't know what you're talking about.

And - hey - Hoon, bon - have either of you read "Atlas Shrugged," the bible of the Libertarians that geezer mentioned?? C'mon, now, quote me a few lines. (Where's FJGuy when you need him??)

-- Posted by goat lady on Thu, Jul 23, 2009, at 6:52 AM

Don't underestimate HOON's intelligence GOAT. I love a good spanking too, by the way.

Bon, did you see the ignoranus in chief last night? Anyone?

This guy is a complete joke and is taking this country so far down a road we don't need to go it is sick.

Another favorite from last night....#1 favorite is on front page here....was him talking of bipartisanship and the 'pubs standing in the way. The donkeys have all the votes they need. They need NOTHING from the 'pubs. Pass the junk without them. Oh, they can't because some of the mules are up for re-election soon and have looked at the polls.

All in the name of power. They don't give a crap about your health....they want government power and people are too **** dumb to stand in the way of it.

-- Posted by shannonhoon on Thu, Jul 23, 2009, at 7:21 AM

"To force a man to drop his own mind and to accept your will as a substitute, with a gun in place of a syllogism, with terror in place of proof, and death as the final argument--is to attempt to exist in defiance of reality. Reality demands of man that he act for his own rational interest; your gun demands of him that he act against it. Reality threatens man with death is he does not act on his rational judgment; you threaten him with death if he does. You place him in a world where the price of his life the the surrender of all the virtues required by life--and death by a process of gradual destruction is all that you and your system will achieve, when death is made to be the ruling power, the winning argument in a society of men.

Be it a highwayman who confrons a traveler with the ultimatum: 'Your money or your life,' or a politician who confronts a country with the ultimatum: 'Your children's education or your life,' the meaning of that ultimatum is: 'Your mind or your life'--and neither is possible to man without the other."

"For centuries, the mystics of spirt have proclaimed that faith is superior to reason, but have not dared deny the existence of reason."

Quoted from ATLAS SHRUGGED--from John Galt's speech in which he explains his reasons for living a life apart from politicians (thieves).

Yes, I've read ATLAS SHRUGGED more often than I've read the Bible. And, yes, I was reared a good Baptist. I prefer the novel; although, there are similarities in some of the basic themes.

I couldn't let the slam against ATLAS SHRUGGED pass without commenting. Is there something wrong with the concept of Libertarians? (Have I been successful now in stirring?)

"Try being informed instead of just opinionated." Bumper sticker.

-- Posted by geezerette on Thu, Jul 23, 2009, at 1:53 PM

Geezerette, you mistake my meaning. I was slamming hoon, not "Atlas Shrugged" or Libertarians. Hoon has said that he's a new Libertarian, and I'm saying that it's a little hypocritical to consider oneself a Libertarian without having read "Atlas Shrugged."

Even an occasional liberal has read Ayn Rand.

-- Posted by goat lady on Thu, Jul 23, 2009, at 3:31 PM

I suspect it will not be long before Hoon will have read the book--if he hasn't already. However, I question whether or not the term Libertarian can be closely associated with the concepts put forth by Ayn Rand. I took no offense. I've discovered that, if one's feet are firmly planted, it takes a really hard shove to upset him.

-- Posted by geezerette on Thu, Jul 23, 2009, at 4:18 PM

Ah, well maybe she wouldn't be considered a Libertarian, but I know two - and they seem to think she hung the moon.

-- Posted by goat lady on Thu, Jul 23, 2009, at 7:36 PM

I know that she said in her interviews that she considered herself a Capitalist which is a tad different from the Libertarian thinking. She believed in a strong government which was controlled by the voting public. Work hard, keep your virtues (honesty being the primary one), and take nothing that is not yours to have. Sounds good to me. Have you read the book?

-- Posted by geezerette on Thu, Jul 23, 2009, at 9:24 PM

Rand favored Capitalism, so in general she supported Republicans because they were more sympathetic than Democrats to the promotion of business and "free enterprise." She endorsed Goldwater in 1964, and Goldwater's speechwriter was the well-known Libertarian Karl Hess. It was Hess who wrote the famous line in Goldwater's acceptance speech for the Republican nomination, "Extremism in the defense of liberty is no vice; moderation in the pursuit of justice is no virtue."

-- Posted by FJGuy on Fri, Jul 24, 2009, at 12:06 AM

I told you we needed FJGuy on this blog. Yes, geezerette, I've read the book. As an English teacher, I had known about it for years, and then my brother, a Libertarian, encouraged me to read it. Not cheery reading, for sure, but a real eye-opener.

-- Posted by goat lady on Fri, Jul 24, 2009, at 6:33 AM

Yes Geezer, you need to understand that in GOAT's world, it is OK to slam HOON....and then call HOON out anytime HOON gets a little chippy. And for anyone to say that you must have read a certain book to believe a certain way or you are a hypocrite is a bit lacking in reason. GOAT, I am finding that Libertarians...the famous ones like Beck and Boortz and Penn....are standing up to all arrogance, hypocracy, and reckless leadership, no matter the party and I like that....while also trying to find common sense. If you would, list some liberal views that are in line with a common sense way of thinking. Tough to do.

May very well check the book out, but don't have to in order to have a certain set of values and views.

We do indeed officially have a doofus in the white house now....and if the media were 79% Conservative as opposed to Liberal, it would be reported nightly.

-- Posted by shannonhoon on Fri, Jul 24, 2009, at 2:31 PM

If you get the book and do begin reading, you will find you will have less time for blogging. However, the book will cement your thoughts and you will be better equipped to present your facts in a reasonable, logical manner. I would not steer you wrong. I have confidence in you! Have a beer! A Liberal would find fault with that suggestion, too. Maybe, if you were to provide, from your own money, enough beer for everyone...

-- Posted by geezerette on Fri, Jul 24, 2009, at 3:49 PM

You scare me geezer...but I like it!!!!!!

You don't think I present my facts and opinions in a reasonable and logical manner/????????


Have a drink on me and rock off! You guys crack me down.

-- Posted by shannonhoon on Fri, Jul 24, 2009, at 11:20 PM

"Liberty" is a magazine that focuses on "libertarian" issues. Its writers are familiar with Rand, Rothbard, Mises, Hayek, etc. "Reason" magazine is quasi-similar, but it is slicker and doesn't have "Liberty's" edginess. You can see the cover of the current issue and subscribe on "Liberty's website at, http://www.libertyunbound.com

I'm going to see if Keller Library will subscribe to "Liberty."

-- Posted by FJGuy on Sat, Jul 25, 2009, at 12:57 PM

Hoon--Your methods of expressing your FACTS are quite satisfactory and I would never criticize you in that area at all. I like to have my ammunition in readiness when I confront a Liberal because they tend to get all emotional and frequently resort to name-calling and finger-pointing. Ayn Rand's books have a calming effect that I find more successful in my "argument planning." *L* I smiled when I read Goat's comment about ATLAS SHRUGGED. She said it was not "cheery" reading. Really? I found it to be enlightening and anything that can do that for me is "cheery." It is a book of magic. Unlike HARRY POTTER, the magic in AS comes from the minds and intellects of ordinary people, not from the wands of Liberals. Electricity is magic to me. If my power does not work, I call an electrician. If my government does not work, I call a Conservative. If my beer is gone, I call a friend.

-- Posted by geezerette on Sat, Jul 25, 2009, at 3:14 PM

Is it something I said??

-- Posted by geezerette on Mon, Jul 27, 2009, at 5:00 PM

sorta off topic, but I can't believe over 50 percent of Dexter folks polled wants Sarah Palein (sp) to run for president. I can't believe so many folks are just plain struck by this gal.

-- Posted by Dexterite1 on Tue, Jul 28, 2009, at 8:40 PM

Hide your money, the tax man cometh.

-- Posted by I.B. Le Truth on Fri, Jul 31, 2009, at 6:46 PM

Obama is the right man for us!

-- Posted by MariyahsMommie2009 on Sat, Sep 19, 2009, at 1:49 AM

I would feel safer hunting with Cheney than I would accepting a ride home with Ted Kennedy if I were a young lady pregnant with his child. At least Cheney will see that you get to the hospital and not run and hide till the next morning.

-- Posted by I.B. Le Truth on Sun, Sep 20, 2009, at 1:16 AM

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