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Sunday, October 29, 2006

Blogworthy

Bill O'Reilly asks David Letterman a very simple question: "Do you want the United States to win in Iraq"? American Citizen David Letterman CAN'T ANSWER the question!
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By golly I like what he has to say and if he runs for president in '08, then I'm Voting For This Guy!
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Morons In The News. And don't miss what this fatuous "Peace Protestor" had to say.
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A Belated Happy Mole Day, which I missed, which is why I read This Guy's Blog, because he remembers!
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It's not the food that keeps you slender, it's just that the recipes are so gross, you don't mind the hunger pangs. Heh!
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The reconstituted Caliphate Map.
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Oh......SO THIS IS HOW Louise Madonna circumvented the usual adoption laws. Boy, those celebrities have everything, don't they?

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