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StaggerLee
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#1 Posted on 8.11.04 1748.36
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http://www.sorryeverybody.com/


What a bunch of complete douchbags.
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#2 Posted on 8.11.04 1753.31
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Wow....I really can't believe these people...I guess I can, but how arrogant are these guys? Well, I guess that 52 percent doesn't really count when the other 47/48 percent is sooo much smarter and better people than everyone in the majority. How sad.

EDIT: The more I look at that site, the more frustrated I get. I'm not sorry for anything. I don't apologize. I'm glad Bush got reelected; if the international community doesn't like it, screw them. Sore losers, the whole bunch of them.

Well, it doesn't look like this election has done anything to "unpolarize" this country, has it?


(edited by BigSteve on 8.11.04 1954)

(edited by BigSteve on 8.11.04 1957)
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#3 Posted on 8.11.04 1804.31
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The rest of the world has asked me to accept your apology on their behalf.

Just be more careful next time.



(Seriously though, the pictures are quite funny, with all the long faces.)
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#4 Posted on 8.11.04 1820.24
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On behalf of the United States and its citizens, I'd like to issue a formal disclaimer to that link.


Dear world,

Most of us are better looking than that.

Your friends,
USA

PS: Now give us your oil, lol j/k





EDIT:

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(edited by Barbwire Mike on 8.11.04 1643)
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#5 Posted on 8.11.04 1908.32
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Nothing to see here. Lookit the funny picture.

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-Jag
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#6 Posted on 8.11.04 1915.08
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I apologize, Rest of the World, that some people can't take a joke.
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#7 Posted on 8.11.04 1916.15
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    Originally posted by BigSteve
    Wow....I really can't believe these people...I guess I can, but how arrogant are these guys? Well, I guess that 52 percent doesn't really count when the other 47/48 percent is sooo much smarter and better people than everyone in the majority. How sad.

    EDIT: The more I look at that site, the more frustrated I get. I'm not sorry for anything. I don't apologize. I'm glad Bush got reelected; if the international community doesn't like it, screw them. Sore losers, the whole bunch of them.

    Well, it doesn't look like this election has done anything to "unpolarize" this country, has it?


    (edited by BigSteve on 8.11.04 1954)

    (edited by BigSteve on 8.11.04 1957)


No, and you saying screw the world isn't going to do anything to help ease that division.

People in this country have a voice, Democrats in this country have a voice, Republicans in this country have a voice. We all have a voice, every voice means something and should be respected. You might not agree, but telling someone to screw off doesn't seem very productive.

Look, this world is too small to pretend each country doesn't have a stake in what another country does, especially when one country is powerful like the US or someone in the EU. It's completely understandable that people who think Bush is wrong for the World would want to be involved.
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#8 Posted on 8.11.04 1923.49
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I'm not telling the whole world to screw off. Nor am I telling them that they have to like Bush or Kerry or anyone of us. What I am saying is that this country chose Bush to be their president (over 59 million of us), and I won't apologize to other countries for our democracy. It's not a matter of me being a Bush supporter. I wouldn't like this crap if Kerry got elected and Bush supporters were doing this crap.
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#9 Posted on 8.11.04 1934.57
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    Originally posted by BigSteve
    I wouldn't like this crap if Kerry got elected and Bush supporters were doing this crap.

Exactly. I don't care whether these people agreed or disagreed with the platform I supported. If these were radical right wing retards holding up those signs to say "I'm sorry" to aborted babies it would be just as funny (OK, that would probably be a LITTLE funnier... but still on point).
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#10 Posted on 8.11.04 2013.21
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You don't have to apologize to the rest of the world.

You do, however, have to apologize to Barbra Streisand.
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#11 Posted on 9.11.04 0651.47
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Incidentally, http://www.werenotsorry.com
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#12 Posted on 9.11.04 1323.43
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    Originally posted by The Goon
    You don't have to apologize to the rest of the world.

    You do, however, have to apologize to Barbra Streisand.


I think you mean we have to apologize for Barbra Streisand.
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#13 Posted on 9.11.04 1701.48
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Nice.

Ah, I'm glad to see that Ms. Streisand is putting her political science degree to good use! =-)
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#14 Posted on 9.11.04 1921.11
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What. WHAT. How dare WereNotSorry.com deign to speak for me! What a bunch of complete errrr, actually they're both pretty funny and who cares? Alright alright.

(edited by JustinShapiro on 9.11.04 2021)
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#15 Posted on 10.11.04 0937.23
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    Originally posted by BigSteve
    I'm not telling the whole world to screw off. Nor am I telling them that they have to like Bush or Kerry or anyone of us. What I am saying is that this country chose Bush to be their president (over 59 million of us), and I won't apologize to other countries for our democracy. It's not a matter of me being a Bush supporter. I wouldn't like this crap if Kerry got elected and Bush supporters were doing this crap.


they arent apologizing for our democracy. jesus everything is an attack on democracy these days. next thing i bet we will hear is that they are terrorists. they are apologizing because many people feel Bush's second term will hurt not just americans but people all over the world. im not going to debate this issue with anyone, you just have to accept that maaaany people FEEL that way.
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#16 Posted on 10.11.04 1441.23
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I accept your apology.

This website is too funny.

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#17 Posted on 10.11.04 1530.54
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    Originally posted by avonhun
      Originally posted by BigSteve
      I'm not telling the whole world to screw off. Nor am I telling them that they have to like Bush or Kerry or anyone of us. What I am saying is that this country chose Bush to be their president (over 59 million of us), and I won't apologize to other countries for our democracy. It's not a matter of me being a Bush supporter. I wouldn't like this crap if Kerry got elected and Bush supporters were doing this crap.


    they arent apologizing for our democracy. jesus everything is an attack on democracy these days. next thing i bet we will hear is that they are terrorists. they are apologizing because many people feel Bush's second term will hurt not just americans but people all over the world. im not going to debate this issue with anyone, you just have to accept that maaaany people FEEL that way.


And YOU need to accept that at least three million more people on the other side of the argument feel even more strongly. My bone of contention over this is, I don't appreciate people saying "sorry those other idiots have the right to vote, I wish they were as smart as we are!"
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#18 Posted on 10.11.04 2018.01
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    Originally posted by The Goon
    You don't have to apologize to the rest of the world.

    You do, however, have to apologize to Barbra Streisand.


We'll apologize for Babs when YOU apologize for Alanis Morrissete; that's pretty fair.
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#19 Posted on 10.11.04 2123.14
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Is it just me, or was Alanis lookin' SMOKING on her recent appearance on the Bill Maher show?

Of course, I've got weird taste. When Jeanine Garafalo dyed her hair blond, I couldn't get her out of my head for a week.
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