30 September 2010

oddly, i don't blame this on mcdonald's

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I can blame them for nearly everything wrong with humans, but this one, I feel, is perfectly in keeping with administrative capabilities on display in every corner of our government. It seems even to be one of the steps that don't just follow from the dance we saw on our great entry into the world of civilized nations, but part of it. In fact, I'm kinda wondering why I never took out the time to mention to you that this was the next dance step, cha cha cha....

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love, 99
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9 comments:

  1. Damn,

    Now you've got me longing for a Filet-O-Fish sandwich!

    McDoubly bad!
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  2. However, the mandates may be too expensive to be practical for low-cost plans, the government said in the September memo. ">However, the mandates may be too expensive to be practical for low-cost plans, the government said in the September memo.

    No matter how you frame it, the "New Health Care" is still the same old screw you if you're poor.

    Change you can count on!
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  3. I don't know why I love you. Yer a klutz who should have been dead a thousand times. You eat poison. You watch tv. ARE YOU A COVERT OP? AN AGENT PROVOCATEUR? Is this psyops? Should I just go flat out paranoid about KAOS having infiltrated CONTROL?

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  4. I'd like to give Obama a change he could count on.

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  5. Hey - I didn't go out and eat some for lunch!

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  6. In any case, you better rethink yer deal with fish sandwiches from fast food joints.

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  7. From anywhere these days!

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  8. Unless I catch them myself, but then they may still have mercury in them.

    The Wisconsin river has huge fish, northern pike near 4 foot long, but you couldn't eat them.

    That shiny glossy white paper - processed with mercury which was then dumped into the river for many years by the paper mills.

    I'm not up on the current conditions, but there was so much raw mercury in the river that I would doubt it has improved much.

    When I would go gold panning out here I often found drops of mercury in my gold pan from gravels I dug from the bottom of the river.

    (Probably found as much mercury as I did gold LOL)

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  9. That's creepy.

    They say, that if you will accept the base level mercury that is inescapable, you should not eat fish caught from the same place for more than a couple weeks. It's a rotate-yer-toxins sorta deal....

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