August 24th, 2005

tv // lbd // shoulder touch

BlogWrap

Haven't done this in a while.
There are 490 female students at Timken High School, and 65 are pregnant, according to a recent report in the Canton Repository.

The article reported that some would say that movies, TV, videogames, lazy parents and lax discipline may all be to blame.

Oh come on... when are people going to stop making TV and videogames the scapegoat and admit that it's actually all Bush's fault! Speaking of... videogames? Is there a version of Mario Bros. that I don't know about where Princess Toadstool gets knocked up?
Islamic youth organisations that were not part of Prime Minister John Howard's summit yesterday say they have been working against extremism behind the scenes. They have chosen a date for a planned day of action - September 11. The group says it wants to try to change the date's association with extreme Islamic violence, and to highlight how mainstream Muslims have become victims of prejudice and bias.

Yes indeedy... let's give a new meaning to 9/11 and let it be all about how we're the victims. Boofrigginhoo.

I think this one is my favorite.

The American Legion, which has 2.7 million members, has declared war on antiwar protestors, and the media could be next.

*gasp*
"The American Legion will stand against anyone and any group that would demoralize our troops, or worse, endanger their lives by encouraging terrorists to continue their cowardly attacks against freedom-loving peoples," Thomas Cadmus, national commander, told delegates at the group's national convention in Honolulu.

Those dirty bastards!

Thanks to FreeWill, Florida Cracker, Tim B., and Baldilocks
tv // lbd // shoulder touch

(no subject)

Trying out some new/new-old YahooGroups under a different ID, not to be sneaky, but I don't like clogging up the current ID with a lot of crap. And probably most of these lists will wind up being crap... either idiots posting or too much posting or not enough posting or whatever. Obviously I have too much time on my hands.
  • Current Music
    Duncan Sheik - On A High