About that college student who read Mao...

About that college student who read Mao...

Post by Matthew Henni » Sat, 24 Dec 2005 04:06:40


Turns out it may not be exactly true...

http://news.bostonherald.com/localRegional/view.bg?articleid=118168

MH

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About that college student who read Mao...

Post by Charles Beaucham » Wed, 28 Dec 2005 01:56:22

Quote:

> Turns out it may not be exactly true...

> http://news.bostonherald.com/localRegional/view.bg?articleid=118168

> MH

http://www.southcoasttoday.com/daily/12-05/12-24-05/a01lo719.htm
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Post by Tom Enrigh » Sat, 31 Dec 2005 09:41:28

Quote:


> > Turns out it may not be exactly true...

> > http://news.bostonherald.com/localRegional/view.bg?articleid=118168

> > MH
> http://www.southcoasttoday.com/daily/12-05/12-24-05/a01lo719.htm

However, Ted Kennedy, who referenced the story, is taking the
"False But Accurate" route:

"Laura Capps, a Kennedy spokeswoman, said last night that the
senator cited ''public reports" in his opinion piece. Even if the
assertion was a hoax, she said, it did not detract from Kennedy's
 broader point that the Bush administration has gone too far in
engaging in surveillance."

-Tom Enright

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About that college student who read Mao...

Post by tonawandakar.. » Sat, 31 Dec 2005 10:05:38

Quote:
> Turns out it may not be exactly true...

Ya think?
 
 
 

About that college student who read Mao...

Post by tonawandakar.. » Sat, 31 Dec 2005 10:06:46

Quote:
> Even if the assertion was a hoax, she said, it did not detract from Kennedy's
> broader point that the Bush administration has gone too far in engaging in
> surveillance.

So by this logic, even if the WMD evidence wasn't there, it doesn't
detract from Bush's broader point that Saddam Hussein was a threat to
world peace.

Okay, got it. Thanks, Ted.

 
 
 

About that college student who read Mao...

Post by tonawandakar.. » Sat, 31 Dec 2005 10:08:20

Quote:
> http://www.southcoasttoday.com/daily/12-05/12-24-05/a01lo719.htm

Those Dems are ALL liars!
 
 
 

About that college student who read Mao...

Post by Tom Enrigh » Sat, 31 Dec 2005 10:10:03

Quote:

> > http://www.southcoasttoday.com/daily/12-05/12-24-05/a01lo719.htm
> Those Dems are ALL liars!

I'm still waiting for a revelation from a certain Kansas professor.

-Tom Enright

 
 
 

About that college student who read Mao...

Post by Unclaimed Mysterie » Sat, 31 Dec 2005 12:19:12

Quote:


>>>http://www.southcoasttoday.com/daily/12-05/12-24-05/a01lo719.htm

>>Those Dems are ALL liars!

> I'm still waiting for a revelation from a certain Kansas professor.

Indeed.($1) The real facts concerning the erosion of liberty under the
American Freakshow Junta is disturbing enough as is. We don't need these
political Munchausen's Syndrome By Proxy frauds.

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About that college student who read Mao...

Post by Damon Hyne » Sat, 31 Dec 2005 12:22:38

Quote:
> "Laura Capps, a Kennedy spokeswoman, said last night that the
> senator cited ''public reports" in his opinion piece. Even if the
> assertion was a hoax, she said, it did not detract from Kennedy's
>  broader point that the Bush administration has gone too far in
> engaging in surveillance."

> -Tom Enright

If Anita Hill were alive...

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Post by James Schrump » Sat, 31 Dec 2005 15:16:22


Quote:
>> Even if the assertion was a hoax, she said, it did not detract from
>> Kennedy's broader point that the Bush administration has gone too far
>> in engaging in surveillance.

> So by this logic, even if the WMD evidence wasn't there, it doesn't
> detract from Bush's broader point that Saddam Hussein was a threat to
> world peace.

> Okay, got it. Thanks, Ted.

No, because the WMD evidence wasn't a hoax.  It may have been incorrect,
but it wasn't made up.

Like the kid's story was.

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About that college student who read Mao...

Post by John Roger » Sat, 31 Dec 2005 16:01:00

Yeah, Unclaimed Mysteries

that's just like... your opinion man.

Quote:


>>>>http://SportToday.org/

>>>Those Dems are ALL liars!

>> I'm still waiting for a revelation from a certain Kansas professor.

>Indeed.($1) The real facts concerning the erosion of liberty under the
>American Freakshow Junta is disturbing enough as is. We don't need these
>political Munchausen's Syndrome By Proxy frauds.

Would you just TRY to ***in' speak English on occasion?

John Rogers
AU Class of 1985
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and the women, both of whom one merely hired." (Terry Pratchett, "Sourcery")

 
 
 

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Post by Unclaimed Mysterie » Sat, 31 Dec 2005 17:30:57

Quote:

> Yeah, Unclaimed Mysteries

> that's just like... your opinion man.



>>>>>http://SportToday.org/

>>>>Those Dems are ALL liars!

>>>I'm still waiting for a revelation from a certain Kansas professor.

>>Indeed.($1) The real facts concerning the erosion of liberty under the
>>American Freakshow Junta is disturbing enough as is. We don't need these
>>political Munchausen's Syndrome By Proxy frauds.

> Would you just TRY to ***in' speak English on occasion?

Here? In this group? Sure. Why didn't you ask before?

Indizzle Thizzle rizzle fizzle concizzle thizzle erosizzle of lizzle
undizzle thizzle Amizzle Frizzle Juntizzle is dizzle enough as is.
Wizzle don't nizzle thizzle polizzle Munchizzle Syndromizzle By Proxy
frizzle

I admit it's not my best ***in' effort, my mysteriously p.o.'ed pla.

A week or so ago I stupidly posted that stupid Mass. college kid readin'
Mao and getting a visit from the authorities story, HERE, and stupidly
thought that it couldn't be made up because it looked like it was from a
legit newspaper site. Turns out it *was* made up by some kid who wanted
to be a victim of the Bush Administration Police State.

Just like somebody with Munchausen's wants to get attention and
sympathy. I'm saying we don't need that because it distracts from
legitimate civil liberties concerns. I'm also CYA but at least I admit
it. I don't like being a gullible internet goober.

The prof in Kansas has a story that is almost too good to be true, being
hounded by roving red-state creationist mobs. It sounds too perfect, and
I'm putting it in the same category as the Mass. story until I know better.

OKAY?

Scarred but Smrater,
Corry

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About that college student who read Mao...

Post by John Roger » Sun, 01 Jan 2006 02:19:44

Yeah, Unclaimed Mysteries

that's just like... your opinion man.

Quote:

>> Yeah, Unclaimed Mysteries

>> that's just like... your opinion man.



>>>>>>http://SportToday.org/

>>>>>Those Dems are ALL liars!

>>>>I'm still waiting for a revelation from a certain Kansas professor.

>>>Indeed.($1) The real facts concerning the erosion of liberty under the
>>>American Freakshow Junta is disturbing enough as is. We don't need these
>>>political Munchausen's Syndrome By Proxy frauds.

>> Would you just TRY to ***in' speak English on occasion?

>Here? In this group? Sure. Why didn't you ask before?

>Indizzle Thizzle rizzle fizzle concizzle thizzle erosizzle of lizzle
>undizzle thizzle Amizzle Frizzle Juntizzle is dizzle enough as is.
>Wizzle don't nizzle thizzle polizzle Munchizzle Syndromizzle By Proxy
>frizzle

>I admit it's not my best ***in' effort, my mysteriously p.o.'ed pla.

>A week or so ago I stupidly posted that stupid Mass. college kid readin'
>Mao and getting a visit from the authorities story, HERE, and stupidly
>thought that it couldn't be made up because it looked like it was from a
>legit newspaper site. Turns out it *was* made up by some kid who wanted
>to be a victim of the Bush Administration Police State.

>Just like somebody with Munchausen's wants to get attention and
>sympathy. I'm saying we don't need that because it distracts from
>legitimate civil liberties concerns. I'm also CYA but at least I admit
>it. I don't like being a gullible internet goober.

>The prof in Kansas has a story that is almost too good to be true, being
>hounded by roving red-state creationist mobs. It sounds too perfect, and
>I'm putting it in the same category as the Mass. story until I know better.

>OKAY?

>Scarred but Smrater,
>Corry

Dewd, it was a joking statement. You used lots of big, scary words.
Didn't mean to offend.

John Rogers
AU Class of 1985
The Al Del Greco of Atlanta

"It was said that everything in Ankh-Morpork was for sale except for the beer
and the women, both of whom one merely hired." (Terry Pratchett, "Sourcery")

 
 
 

About that college student who read Mao...

Post by Unclaimed Mysterie » Sun, 01 Jan 2006 02:51:31

John Rogers wrote in part:

Quote:

> Dewd, it was a joking statement. You used lots of big, scary words.
> Didn't mean to offend.

I never let anything anyone says on the screen affect me, so I'm not
offended. It's just that upon further review, I sometimes get too clever
and lose focus. Trying to keep up with the rsfc level of discourse is
HARD WORK.

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About that college student who read Mao...

Post by David C. Tuttl » Sun, 01 Jan 2006 03:08:19

Unclaimed Mysteries

Quote:

>> Yeah, Unclaimed Mysteries

>> that's just like... your opinion man.

>>> Indeed.($1) The real facts concerning the erosion of liberty under the
>>> American Freakshow Junta is disturbing enough as is. We don't need
>>> these political Munchausen's Syndrome By Proxy frauds.

>> Would you just TRY to ***in' speak English on occasion?

> Here? In this group? Sure. Why didn't you ask before?

> Indizzle Thizzle rizzle fizzle concizzle thizzle erosizzle of lizzle
> undizzle thizzle Amizzle Frizzle Juntizzle is dizzle enough as is.
> Wizzle don't nizzle thizzle polizzle Munchizzle Syndromizzle By Proxy
> frizzle

Now THAT'S funny.

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