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LaRoux

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In Topic: E-mail Pictures

17 November 2010 - 02:30 PM

BAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA

In Topic: news and currunt affairs

16 November 2010 - 12:18 PM

Just leaves his younger, cuter, brother, Harry, up for grabs....


It's a shame how Willie is beginning to resemble his father as he ages . . . at least Harry won't have that problem. :devilish:

In Topic: news and currunt affairs

15 November 2010 - 08:51 PM

lurves it lurves McAllister and I would have done all four tires too . . . and Edie's if he said a word :rolleyes:

In Topic: AT&T UVERSE TV.

09 November 2010 - 09:22 PM

Just remember the only difference between a straight man and a bisexual . . . is a six pack of beer. :laugh: :devilish: :laugh:

In Topic: 2010 Elections

09 November 2010 - 09:11 PM

I've been around politics for over 40 years now and I've seen a lot of smart people say some stuff that makes them look otherwise.  Obama comes off like an imbecile often when challenged unexpectedly, he stammers, hems haws, mispronounces words, gets dates wrong etc, and that's when he has a telepromter - lol. 


Maybe he should take to writing on his palm. Of course not the palm of the hand he drinks tea from. :laugh:



Bush objected to the words of some rapper about Katrina and our own beloved Tyler goes ballistic over it without actually putting in perspective the hurt that the thug rappers words caused a man who truly cares deeply about people regardless of how you view his policies. Was that the paramount insult he suffered in his administration, or his biggest disappointment, of course not but to imply that he was that self centered to suggest that is disengenuous at best.


Number One

I beg to disagree again. Your posts are not facts, but your opinions. You are entitled to your opinions, but not your own version of the facts. By the way, your tone is quite apparent, again.

:laugh:

It just so happens that Bush himself said the lowest moment of his presidency was during the Hurricane Katrina benefit when Kanye West made the accusation that Bush "doesn't care about black people." He said it on national TV during the much hyped, first interview since his presidency with Matt Lauer. Which by the way was reportedly watched by a whopping 7 million people.

19 million other people were watching Dancing With The Stars.

Did you see the interview? :rolleyes: