Aug 2, 2007

No Cooler for the Scooter...


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Haha! That guy needs to work on rubbing his hands together like Deadeye does when he talks.

In Terrorism-Law Case, Chiquita Points to U.S. -

Maybe the old fart needs more potassium in his diet.

10:32 PM  
Blogger jan said...

Thanks Fitz! That was something else :D.

10:47 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

That was good;D that guy did made a convincing Cheney
OMG the heart monitor LOL

10:49 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Sex On The Breach Dept.: Iraq Contractors to Have Hooker-in-Residence - Wonkette

Are the contractors charging the taxpayers for their hookers?

11:00 PM  
Anonymous sex on cheney's breech said...

speaking of sex, but may be no beach involved(unless that was the paid fantasy)

Sgt at arms googling cheney dc madame hmm

11:16 PM  
Blogger SP Biloxi said...

That was a funny video with Mr. 9% singing to Scooter in some lounge. Cheney is no Humphrey Bogart. Now, hopefully in the future the American people will sing a song for Cheney if and when he is removed from office called: Dick is just a dick.

Oh, loved the heart monitor and when his heart was recharged. LOL

11:17 PM  
Anonymous sad sack said...

I see they left the military out of the hooker fun too! tori doesn't make appointments with active duty military-yet. She must have heard military life doesn't pay well LOL

11:22 PM  
Anonymous make cheney/bush walk the plank said...

Tens of thousands of U.S. bridges rated deficient; repair costs estimated in the billions

"Unfortunately when you consistently underinvest in roads and bridges ... this is the dangerous consequence," Cohen said of Wednesday's deadly Mississippi River bridge collapse in Minneapolis. He said engineers have estimated $75 billion a year is needed just to keep highways and bridges from further deterioration, but that only around $60 billion a year is being provided.

The federal government(AKA BUSHCO) provides 80 percent of the money for construction , repair and maintenance of the so-called federal-aid highway system including Interstate highways and bridges. But states set priorities and handle construction and maintenance contracts.

11:39 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Besides Fisher Price having to recall 1 million toys due to lead in the paint from China, take a look at these flip-flops from you know where...WARNING...gross and not my feet.

Untitled Document

12:05 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said... - U.S. Terror Attack — 'Ninety Days at Most' - FOX Fan

Shadow Over Lockerbie

Godlike Productions -- Former Israeli intelligence officer, Juval Aviv's clear & concise predictions for next terrorist attack on US

The first and last sites are creepy, but if anything happens this guy has been warning people. I'm just saying. He wrote in that one article about it would not be airplanes. Who the hell is this guy anyway?

12:43 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Other than the timetable, is this prediction from intelligence gathering or plain common sense? Something is missing.

1:45 AM  
Anonymous to 12:05 anon said...

Stupid woman.

Even Walmart's has a pharmacy. All she had to do was ask the pharmacist for a cream to heal her skin.

Your skin is the first line of defense against disease. Your body is essentially a tube; dry keratinous skin outside and wet permeable skin inside (mouth-esophagus-stomach-etc...) The outer skin is essentially a SKIN BEAKER to hold the sum of the chemical reactions that constitute life. The wet inner skin is where 99% of the chemical processes take place; digestion,excretion, exchange of gases and fluids, etc.

Why on earth shop at Walmart? The merchandise is inferior. The clientele is base and vulgar. The employees are working like Roman slaves rowing a ship, and the greeters are all old or handicapped.

A horrible place to shop.

The poor must live too.

But with human dignity.

This woman has low self-esteem. And either needs to live on the cheap or is cheap.

Celeste Aida

4:19 AM  
Anonymous to 10:32PM said...

"On Sept. 10, 2001, the State Department declared AUC an international terrorist group, making it illegal for a U.S. company to deal with the organization."

What "organization?"

They have articles of incorpoation, address, fax?

They have a bank account with checking, savings, atm cards?

How can you "make payment" to a bully?

If the NWO (New World Order) is going to be a reality, someone has to organize these thugs. Send them to law school. Let them shoot it out in a courtroom.

We did this with the mob in the USA. Gangster's kids got educated and traded up their zoot suits and tommy guns for Armani suits and briefcases.

Narrow the arena from the jungles and the deserts to a courtroom.

Educate the fools.

Celeste Aida

4:45 AM  
Anonymous to 11:00pm said...

Suspend moral judgement.

The girl is clean. No diseases. Those junior high condom-and-banana classes paid off.

Now, if she only knew where Iraz, Irak, Urak, whatever...was on a map.....

Celeste Aida

5:25 AM  
Anonymous to 11"39pm said...

They can't find another $15 billion a year to repair our infrastructure.

Who voted these clowns in? We have the vote, why do we continue to elect stupid and corrupt leaders.

Put down that remote, no more american idol for you, and get out and vote.

An educated voter is a politician's worst nightmare.

Celeste Aida

5:31 AM  
Anonymous to 12:43am said...

Who cares?

Alarmist fear mongering on the internet.

Just the remember "the other" is a human too. There is a way to connect with eveyone. You think you don't have it in you to "talk someone down" from aggression. But most of you in here do.

I don't mean to simplify the complex issue of agression and war.

However if we are sincere that we want to live in a peaceful world, we have to develop those life affirming skills in both the micro-interpersonal and macro-internation levels of civil interaction.

You can't change the world, if you can't change yourself.

We all want the good things, and in plenty.

What we disagree about is WHAT IS GOOD and HOW MUCH GOOD can anyone get.

That's where EVIL begins.

"Good is that which finds in favor of me, and evil is that which disagrees." says Celeste Aida

A bunch of "me, me, me's" running around.

Egos, Ids and Superegos, in collision. Neighbor against Neighbor, eyeball it out. Countries kill people, gain and cede land.

The tectonic plates of our lives are always in collision.

Celeste Aida

5:32 AM  
Anonymous Tales of Hoffman... said...

Tales of Hoffman by Offenbach is on on cable.

This opera inspired Freud's triad theory of personality: id-ego-superego.

Hoffman was my first experience with the majesty of the opera. The drama of opening night's red carpet. The gowns, jewels, the lights. I was in my teens.


Celeste Aida

5:53 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

4:19am Let's put it bluntly. Pull your head out your ass.

7:49 AM  
Blogger PrissyPatriot said...

Good Morning

Scott Jennings doesn't recall anything, either. Nor does he have any details of anything.

Another premature case of Bush Administration senility setting in.

8:10 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

DefenseLink Speech:

"The technology revolution has transformed organizations across the private sector, but not ours, not fully, not yet. We are, as they say, tangled in our anchor chain. Our financial systems are decades old. According to some estimates, we cannot track $2.3 trillion in transactions. We cannot share information from floor to floor in this building because it's stored on dozens of technological systems that are inaccessible or incompatible."

"They know the taxpayers deserve better. Every dollar we spend was entrusted to us by a taxpayer who earned it by creating something of value with sweat and skill -- a cashier in Chicago, a waitress in San Francisco. An average American family works an entire year to generate $6,000 in income taxes. Here we spill many times that amount every hour by duplication and by inattention.

That's wrong. It's wrong because national defense depends on public trust, and trust, in turn, hinges on respect for the hardworking people of America and the tax dollars they earn. We need to protect them and their efforts.

Waste drains resources from training and tanks, from infrastructure and intelligence, from helicopters and housing. Outdated systems crush ideas that could save a life. Redundant processes prevent us from adapting to evolving threats with the speed and agility that today's world demands. "

"There's a myth, sort of a legend, that money enters this building and disappears, like a bright light into a black hole, never to be seen again. In truth, there is a real person at the other end of every dollar, a real person who's in charge of every domain, and that means that there will be real consequences from, and real resistance to, fundamental change. We will not complete this work in one year, or five years, or even eight years. An institution built with trillions of dollars over decades of time does not turn on a dime. Some say it's like turning a battleship. I suspect it's more difficult."

Donald Rumsfeld speech, Sept. 10, 2001

11:00 AM  
Anonymous "data mining" & hiroshima said...

"You don't know, what you don't know."

Rumsfeld on "intelligence" October 24, 2002.

Brief on the HBO movie/Council on Global Affairs viewing on "Hiroshima. Airs on HBO, August 6.

FDR started the nuclear arms race, because he feared (rightfully so) that the Germans were going use nukes.

Hiroshima's bomb, U-235 and the folling day Nagasaki's bomb, Pu-239; were developed concurrently at Los Alamos. The scientific community at-large, wasn't aware that their partner, the DoD was working with fissionable plutonium for a bomb, right there, at Los Alamos.

The bomb that fell on Hiroshima made the Japanese take notice.

The 2nd bomb, on the next day, fell on Nagasaki scared the Japanese into surrender and won the war.

There was deception. Were there lies? Probably. Lies in the direction of the truth?

Lies to gain an advantaqe. It's not quite so simple.

Is it OK to lie, to protect yourself.

Are the evasion and lies about "data mining" an abuse of power or a manipulation for our own good?

Lots of lawyerly-types here. Does the law have a mechinism that can be invoked to protect one's vulnerbility while still telling the truth? I'll check back next week

Celeste Aida

4:59 PM  
Anonymous gentile signore, qualcosa apre said...

Mandero la prossina settimana.

Celeste Aida

5:02 PM (from last thread)

5:05 PM  
Anonymous kissinger at yearlykos'07 said...

I feel bad about the coup in Chile. Allende was democratically elected, but he had to go. And those pesky educated kids were troublemakers, they had to go.

-sipping a Sauvignon Blanc with a strawberry in it-

Too bad I didn't have the internet and blogging in 1975.

Blogging is a good toy to keep unemployed/underemployed, children of the masses occupied for hours.


5:21 PM  
Anonymous to 4:59 errata said...

Does the law have a mechinism that can be invoked to protect one's vulnerbility while telling the truth?

Does the law have a mechinism, that permits lying?

Do you have to announce it before you do it?

I'll check back next week

5:37 PM  
Anonymous where's larry flynt? said...

do we still have a doj? or did gonzo/bush decide now might be a good time to outsource?

5:39 PM  
Anonymous polite with a bite said...

Tucker! Tucker! Tucker!

5:58 PM  
Anonymous the good witch said...

Hey he's really hot and i miss his bow tie-not.

5:58 I knew there was a warlock on this board...

6:07 PM  
Anonymous to 5:39 "laws, what laws" said...

I heard that too. Morale low.

Does Fitz have an Achille's heel?

No, don't say it. He's still my hero. I wouldn't want to know.

Not here. Not now. Not where his enemies might hear.

Celeste Aida

6:11 PM  
Anonymous 6:00pm, witchy woman said...

Why on earth would you think I'm a man?

"Tucker, Tucker, Tucker!"

So F. Scott Fitzgerald.

I miss your bow-tie. You look so old-fashioned. I think of swing, "It's a Wonderful Life" and Deana Durbin and Nelson Eddy, when I see you.

Croquet anyone?

Celeste Aida, aka "polite with a bite.."

6:20 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Intelligence News October 2002

6:45 PM  
Anonymous to 6:45pm, shockwave rider? said...

Thank you for the additional research and tech support. I wondered about its context.

[Rumsfeld: We want precision.]

[Rumsfeld: But I would think a good analyst would hypothesize that something might be true and then ask the same questions down that track, and then hypothesize that something else might be true and ask the same questions down that track. If I were an analyst, a professional analyst instead of an amateur analyst, I would do that. I would put myself in the shoes of people who might want to do something a different way, and end up down that different track, and then say, "Well, how do I feel about all that?" and weigh them against each other and then make an assessment.]

[Rumsfeld: Do I think that's bad or evil or wrong? No.]

[Rumsfeld: That I don't know. That I don't know.]

So much for precision in data mining.

Celeste Aida

7:52 PM  
Anonymous 6:45pm, dancing wu-li masters said...

How can they mine data? Too many variables. Multiple complex phenomena, imperfect observations, variable data entry, leads to....

Maybe this is not to "mine data." Maybe this is to "humanize" a problem in particle physics; like the location of an electron.

The way to pursue/fund this intellectual activity might be under the guise of "data mining."

The science of randomness, stochastics. Is it really different than mining data?

Say "anon 6:45" can you create a nice click-on link for this?

Voi siete stati dei magnifici.

Celeste Aida

8:15 PM  
Anonymous the good witch said...

Sorry CA, it was a joke. You do take up a lot of board space dear.

8:15 PM  
Anonymous and cover those naked statues too said...

Ashcroft Plans Stiff Punishment for Those Who Leak Secrets, by David Savage, Los Angeles Times, October 24, 2002. "Atty. Gen. John Ashcroft said Wednesday he plans a new and more aggressive effort to punish those who leak national security secrets, but he told Congress he does not need new legislation to do so."

Oh my

8:26 PM  
Anonymous to good witch said...


Celeste Aida

8:26 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

C.A. at 4:59

Yes, its called taking the 5th.

8:55 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

That is also why they must maintain the lies, makes it easier to invoke the Fifth amendment rights later. In court, under oath.

There will be weeping and gnashing of teeth as the traitors cling desperately to the very Constitution they sought to destroy.

9:10 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Narcissistic Personality Disorder (NPD) : "Now We Are Six"


9:11 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Glimmerglass Opera

9:21 PM  
Anonymous riddle me this said...

Bush, Cheney, Rove, Hadley and Card to be announced as the names on the invitation.

9:22 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...


9:26 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said... - Anti-war group on march with old-school tactics, online savvy

9:26 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

My, my, my... The trolls certainly come out on this blog. Too bad this blog is not the same like the good 'ole days. :(

9:27 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

9:11 "Sixes love to dress up and pretend they are somebody else

LOL i think flyboy on deck with a roll of tube socks in the crotch of the flight suit 'package.' must have been rove's idea

we've always had trolls, remember dr evil?

9:29 PM  
Anonymous feeble desert rat said...


Enjoy and drink to the memory of us who lived without knowing and will die of dissapoinments.

9:31 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

NATIONAL JOURNAL: Cheney, Libby Blocked Papers To Senate Intelligence Panel (10/27/05)


another hint??


9:31 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

indict-mints? Yes thank you, I'll have several please..

9:38 PM  
Blogger jan said...

seal v seal?

9:45 PM  
Blogger jan said...

Sealed, I mean.

9:46 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Oh, I forgot that, Jan. Good thinking.

9:48 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Political Gifts The Official Countdown Calendar for a Bruised and Battered Body Politic 200


9:53 PM  
Anonymous neocon bug spray said...

yeah sealed v sealed

In advocating war with Iraq, Libby was known for dismissing those within the bureaucracy who opposed him, whether at the CIA, State Department, or other agencies. Supporters say that even if Libby is charged by the grand jury in the CIA leak case, he waged less a personal campaign against Wilson and Plame than one that reflected a personal antipathy toward critics in general.

just glad I forgot about that when looking at the weasel-feel sorry for him? no thanks, saving mine for desert rat and the people of Iraq

Look at these clowns...Is it any wonder I fear short men? LOL

9:57 PM  
Anonymous i'll have several said...

9:53 LOL

9:58 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

more about bush's personality disorders

10:10 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...


11:08 PM  
Anonymous gentile signore said...

Accarezzare. Accarezzare.

Dammi settimana e ti spiegherò.

"The Light in the Piazza"

In English, with some dialog and songs in Italian.

And for the outer world.

Celeste Aida

5:40 AM  
Anonymous Celeste Aida said...


xoxox Mr. Faux XOXOX

6:06 AM  
Anonymous celeste aida said...


xox Mr. Faux xox

6:09 AM  
Blogger hullo kitty said...

Thankyou Dream Soldier.

6:49 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Rise and shine, Justice Bloggers:D

Geez Webmaster, you work fast with the a week, CA has developed a crush on you.

8:58 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Good Morning, 8:58am. I noticed that too. It is kinda cute. :)

The Raw Story | US lawmaker's threat to bomb Mecca criticized

Sigh. What an ass.

9:53 AM  
Anonymous Geniefire Lopez said...

move over CA, xoxox faux oxox xoxox fitz xoxo likes tha latina, spanish type, big tamale, chili pepper, chip & salsa caliente! Italian, nah! Spanish!
me entiende?

10:24 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

CHS over at FDL is talking about her Louboutins and wanting to buy an iPhone. Previously she was talking about her new car and her new huge flat screen TV. Remind me to not send FDL anymore contributions. They're doing much better than their readers.

10:32 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I bet that you are not the only one thinking that either, 10:32am. Most of us juggle to keep up with the basics. To hell with the fancy stuff.

11:04 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hey! What happened to that post about Fitz? I didn't have a chance to look at it. The one about the free grub.

11:05 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

anon, go upstairs for the grub link

11:21 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

The Wit of the Staircase
scroll down
1st one.

9:39 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Adam Pearlman Strikes Again! | Wake Up From Your Slumber

The Truth Will Set You Free: Where do messages from OBL, Zawahri come from?

Disgraceful and evil.

6:55 PM  

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