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Suspect in fatal crash killing prof posts bail

Is MOSS in prison yet?  (Jun 21, 2008 | post #53)

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Lynn Stewart Susan Typograph  (Sep 19, 2007 | post #42)

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Weirdest place you have SEX!!!!

A guy is walking down the beach. A women in a wheelchair yells "I'm 30 years old and I've never been f&*ked." He keeps walking. Again she yells "I'm 30 years old and I've never been f&*ked. He keeps walking. Once again she yells "I'm 30 years old and I've never been f&*ked. He keeps walking. Once again she yells "I'm 30 years old and I've never been f&*ked. Finally he runs over, grabs her out of her wheelchair, carries her down to the end of the pier and throws her in water over her head and says "Now you're f&*ked. Do you like my dog picture?  (Sep 14, 2007 | post #374)

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White trash, rednecks and hillbillies

I love it. I've been to Ogdensburg, Massena, Oswego, Canton, Potsdam, Goveneur, Plattsburg, etc. Are you near any of those places? This is like memory lane for me. Adirondack park? Speculator? Boonville? (too far south)  (Sep 10, 2007 | post #359)

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Worst Band / Worst Song - Ever

Chicago will probably be remembered for crap like color my world rather than their early work when they were one of the hottest rock acts in the country. This group was unfairly maligned in the 70's but they were one of the pioneers of incorporating a brass sound into rock. This sound has disappeared from the work, particularly after Terry Kath's passing and the over emphasis of Peter Cetera, and all that is left of this group are mellow love songs. Fortunately, this group's album titles are easy to remember and "CTA", "II", "III", "VI", or "IX" were good IMO . Those CDs showed a lot more of their rock and brass work, as well as a greater degree of experimentation.  (Sep 10, 2007 | post #556)

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Whatever happened to ____________?

The idiot said Brooke Shields should have taken vitamins for postpartum depression.  (Sep 10, 2007 | post #180)

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Whatever happened to ____________?

http://www.youtube .com/watch?v=8jxX2 aZtVXQ&mode=re lated&search= I saw Harry Chapin RIP81 and Phil Ochs RIP76 in 74. I like your taste too!!!!  (Sep 10, 2007 | post #179)

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Will Islamo-facsism conquer Sweden?

Gamer, Chicago and Citizen X are the same person. He works on the Guiliani campaign.  (Sep 7, 2007 | post #7)

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Will Islamo-facsism conquer Sweden?

You should comment. Do you want to be governed by sharia law?  (Sep 7, 2007 | post #6)

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Will Islamo-facsism conquer Sweden?

multiple personalities  (Sep 7, 2007 | post #5)

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Interesting cars you have owned

My parents had a 71 Cutlass which I used to drive. From what I remember the 72 had a slightly different taillight grill (not the S). (The S had a notchback and the regular Cutlass had a fastback.) Were the 71 and 72 S's essentially similar. Do you have a salvage or recycling or parts yard? I love them. They used to have ones in upstate NY where you took off the parts yourself and went in the office and paid. (Pick a part or pick and pay or something like that.)  (Sep 7, 2007 | post #96)

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Will Islamo-facsism conquer Sweden?

Reinfeldt in talks with Muslim groups Published: 4th September 2007 Sweden's prime minister said Tuesday he was sorry if Muslims were offended by a cartoon depicting Prophet Muhammad as a dog but stressed that freedom of expression was an "inalienable " right in Sweden. "I regret if people have taken offence or feel offended," Fredrik Reinfeldt said in a statement, after talks with Swedish Muslim organizations over the newspaper cartoon that has caused outrage in many Muslim countries. "I personally would never intentionally act in a way that could be perceived by other religions as provocative or offensive." But Swedish society was based on the belief that "politics should not take it upon itself to judge over freedom of the press and freedom of expression, which is an inalienable part of our country and our democracy," he said. The publication of the cartoon in the Nerikes Allehanda local newspaper on August 18th has sparked angry reactions from Muslim countries such as Afghanistan, Egypt, Iran and Pakistan. A strict interpretation of Islam forbids the depiction of Muhammad in any form. Reinfeldt also stressed the "mutual respect and understanding " in Swedish society. "Sweden is a country where people of different faiths can live together side by side," he said, adding: "The willingness to provoke should not overtake the willingness for dialogue." Tuesday's meeting, which lasted more than an hour at Stockholm mosque, was called by Reinfeldt, his spokesman Oscar Hållén told AFP. The details of the meeting were not disclosed but Hållén said the tone was "constructive ". Among those attending the talks were representatives of the umbrella organization Swedish Muslim Council. The publication of the cartoon comes the year after deadly riots in several countries against 12 cartoons of the Muslim prophet Muhammad published in Denmark's biggest daily Jyllands-Posten. Meeting with these "leaders " is a slippery slope. He's crazy to have met these anti-democratic thugs.  (Sep 7, 2007 | post #1)

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