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Leroy Boudin blanc Since: 7.2.02 Since last post: 40 days Last activity: 37 days # 1 Posted on 7.11.03 1302.55 | Instant Rating: 4.54 So it looks like Jessica Lynch isn't entirely happy with how the US military and media are portraying her "capture" and her "rescue". And this story was also reported in the local Santa Barbara paper, which is owned by one of the wealthiest Libertarians in California. Jessica Lynch Laments Military Portrayal I'll be interesting to sse the entire interview on Tuesday. "It's hard to be a prophet and still make a profit." - Da Bush Babees "Finally, a candidate who can explain the current administration's position on civil liberties in the original German." - Bill Maher on Arnold Schwarzenneger "You know, I'm a follower of American politics." - President George W. Bush, 8 Aug 2003 Promote this thread!
BigDaddyLoco Scrapple Since: 2.1.02 Since last post: 13 hours Last activity: 1 hour # 2 Posted on 7.11.03 1711.42 | Instant Rating: 4.50 I'm so sick of hearing about this *heartwarming* tale. What about the poor motherfuckers who got killed? So the little blonde haired, blue eyed lass from Any Town USA was caught and found, hey that's great...but let's fucking move on already. Is this the only positive story out of this war that we have to spin? Leave the girl alone so she can regain her damn mind, and so I won't fucking vomit. It's kinda like the "Good Ole' Shoe" from Wag the Dog. On a side note I liked the story about the Iraqi civilian who walked miles and risked death to tell the Marines where she was being kept was stood up by her when they had a shin dig for her in her home town. He came all the way from Iraq for this and he was stood up. No wonder everybody hates us.
drjayphd Scrapple Moderator Since: 22.4.02 From: Long Island Since last post: 32 days Last activity: 6 hours # 3 Posted on 7.11.03 2058.14 | Instant Rating: 7.10 -_- I still don't get why anybody rational gives a shit about her. I'm with BDL on this... it wasn't even news when it happened. Leave her alone already. Today's Out-Of-Context Quote, Courtesy of hardygrrl: "...between the grime layer and the Seventies game show host hair, I'd rather rim Undertaker after a White Castle/Schlitz bender."
MoeGates Andouille Since: 6.1.02 From: Brooklyn, NY Since last post: 2 days Last activity: 2 days # 4 Posted on 7.11.03 2317.18 | Instant Rating: 6.28 The Village Voice had a piece on this a while ago that I'm too lazy to try and dig up. EDIT: But I'm not too lazy to fix my typos! (edited by MoeGates on 8.11.03 0018) "I'm sorry, I didn't think I was going to talk about 'man on dog' with a United States Senator. It's sort of freaking me out." Associated Press interview with Senator Rick Santorum (R-PA), 04-07-2003.
Zeruel Thirty Millionth Hit Moderator Since: 2.1.02 From: The Silver Spring in the Land of Mary. Since last post: 13 days Last activity: 6 days # 5 Posted on 8.11.03 0123.28 | Instant Rating: 4.05 http://www.snopes.com/politics/military/shoshana.asp Appariently the black girl is getting 30% of disability and the white girl (Lynch) is getting 80%. Maybe she's getting almost 3 times as more because she was sodomized? The page above claims that diability is paid out more to vets that are still dealing with injuries and not the length of being a POW. Shoshana was a POW about 11 days longer than Jessica, but Shoshana's injuries were far less. I guess hollywood wants a "feel-good-little-girl-POW-overcomes-the-odds-and-is-a-hero-because-she-was-rescued" movie... (She was a victim of a sodomizing rape) http://story.news.yahoo.com/news? tmpl=story&u=/cpress/20031106/ca_pr_on_en/lynch_book_12 (Iraqi doctors dismiss her rape claims) http://story.news.yahoo.com/news? tmpl=story&u=/ap/20031108/ap_on_re_mi_ea/iraq_jessica_lynch_9 Finished week 1 of my 2002-2003 College Football raitings. Only 17 weeks to go, then I can start on this season, sigh... Watch this space for a link to my ratings
Big Bad Scrapple Since: 4.1.02 From: Dorchester, Ontario Since last post: 1 day Last activity: 7 hours # 6 Posted on 9.11.03 2127.25 | Instant Rating: 5.54 It's kinda like the "Good Ole' Shoe" from Wag the Dog. WORD. God, I love that movie....so entirely accurate. It is long and vigorous, like the penis of a jackass."-- Sidney Smith, describing a scholarly piece in the Edinburgh Review Tiny: Wayne! How you doin'? Wayne: Hey Tiny, who's playing today? Tiny: Jolly Green Giants and the Shitty Beatles. Wayne: Shitty Beatles? Are they any good? Tiny: Man, they suck! Wayne: Then it's not just a clever name --- from Wayne's World Kirk, crackers are a family food. Happy families. Maybe single people eat crackers...we don't know. Frankly, we don't want to know. It's a market we can do without.-- Kirk Van Houten's former boss at the cracker factory
DrDirt Banger Since: 8.10.03 From: flyover country Since last post: 17 days Last activity: 17 hours # 7 Posted on 10.11.03 0842.17 | Instant Rating: 7.18 Question. I thought she was paid for the rights to her story. Was she? Perception is reality
Nicolae Carpathia Braunschweiger Since: 10.11.03 Since last post: 4253 days Last activity: 4192 days # 8 Posted on 12.11.03 1155.44 A war becomes so much easier to sell to the masses when said war produces "heroes". In my mind there's nothing heroic about being captured in combat and then being subsequently rescued. All a bunch of puffed-up fluff if you ask me. Best Buy is really a cult.
ThreepMe Morcilla Since: 15.2.02 From: Dallas Since last post: 3982 days Last activity: 3641 days # 9 Posted on 12.11.03 1700.18 | Instant Rating: 5.74 Originally posted by Nicolae Carpathia A war becomes so much easier to sell to the masses when said war produces "heroes". In my mind there's nothing heroic about being captured in combat and then being subsequently rescued. All a bunch of puffed-up fluff if you ask me. Doesn't make her any more heroic than any of the other soldiers out there risking their lives. But what everyone forgets is that a soldier goes on the battlefield thinking that they might get captured, tortured, raped, killed, etc. Knowing that is what they risk each time is what makes them heroic. Not being rescued. If anything, the pople who pulled her out are heroes! Victim, yes. Heroe? maybe not so much. I would like to congatulate Al Snow on his contact with La-Z-Boy. Because we all know Al doesn't sell chairs. - Mick Foley Make sure to check out ThreepMe's Website of Fun
Nicolae Carpathia Braunschweiger Since: 10.11.03 Since last post: 4253 days Last activity: 4192 days # 10 Posted on 12.11.03 1753.09 What IS the definition of a hero, anyhow? I always supposed that to be a hero, one has to engage in at least one act of selflessness for the benefit of others. The very notion is being degraded to the point of that all one has to do to be considered heroic is to have something happen to them that occurs within the realm of public consciousness.....weird. Best Buy is really a cult.
Nenz Fifty Millionth Hit Since: 7.5.03 Since last post: 1304 days Last activity: 2 days # 11 Posted on 12.11.03 1806.13 | Instant Rating: 5.03
Originally posted by Nicolae Carpathia What IS the definition of a hero, anyhow? I always supposed that to be a hero, one has to engage in at least one act of selflessness for the benefit of others. One of the definitions of hero at dictionary.com is A person noted for feats of courage or nobility of purpose, especially one who has risked or sacrificed his or her life: soldiers and nurses who were heroes in an unpopular war.
Clinton has strong support from many of the "superdelegates". Per CNN: "Superdelegates in the Democratic Party are typically members of the Democratic National Committee, elected officials like senators or governors, or party leaders.
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