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 Post subject: GOOGLE
PostPosted: Mon Oct 17, 2005 11:14 am 

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PLEASE-GO TO GOOGLE.COM AND TYPE IN FAILURE-THEN HIT 'I'M FEELING LUCKY'


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PostPosted: Mon Oct 17, 2005 11:16 am 
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heh....clever...... Google knows all...... seems slightly ironic pushing 'i'm feeling lucky'

http://www.networkingpipeline.com/170704613
GOOD on ya google...stick to your guns!


so how is everything going D?


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PostPosted: Mon Oct 17, 2005 11:20 am 
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White House Website wrote:
He is grateful for the service and sacrifice of our brave men and women in uniform and their families.


Yeah as long as it ain't his friends and family being sent over the whole thing's grand aint it.


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PostPosted: Mon Oct 17, 2005 11:21 am 
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haha excellent, how do you stumble across such geniousness :arrow:

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PostPosted: Mon Oct 17, 2005 12:51 pm 

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Jaysus Robert what a depressing site the white-house could you not find a contact to Castro?
I send a message opposing the war-monger presence in Iraq. response thank uou for your views unable torespondsincewe get alot of emails.
try Castro.


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PostPosted: Mon Oct 17, 2005 2:57 pm 
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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Google_bomb many other google bombs..... bit childish tho


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PostPosted: Mon Oct 17, 2005 5:35 pm 

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oh ...I remember this

I heard about it a while ago on "the Daily Show" a while after GW said that infamous comment about "mission accomplished" (ref -> war in Iraq)

but yea - that was back at one of the earlier "oh shit" moments in Iraq when the "war was over"


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PostPosted: Mon Oct 17, 2005 8:44 pm 
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:lol: Good one.

People might like this too. Click to continue for the film.

http://filmstripinternational.com/

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<<Jaysus Robert what a depressing site the white-house could you not find a contact to Castro?>>

what the fuck? compared to fidel castro, bush is fucking ghandi.


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 Post subject: Re: GOOGLE
PostPosted: Tue Oct 18, 2005 12:38 am 

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Robert Del Naja wrote:
PLEASE-GO TO GOOGLE.COM AND TYPE IN FAILURE-THEN HIT 'I'M FEELING LUCKY'


Nice to see you have found time as a friend now :)

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after_image wrote:
<<Jaysus Robert what a depressing site the white-house could you not find a contact to Castro?>>

what the fuck? compared to fidel castro, bush is fucking ghandi.

You can't say positive things about Bush anywhere on the planet. :shock:
It is not permitted. And that qualified as positive. Slapped wrists for you. :mrgreen:

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i have no love lost for Bush. But far more disturbing to me is someone who says something positive about Castro. What is more despicable than a man who reduces HIS OWN HOMELAND to a poverty-stricken shell of its former self where its citizens routinely live without electricity and water while he resides in palatial estates? What is more deplorable than a man who tortures, imprisons, and executes HIS OWN PEOPLE as a result of secret evidence and closed-door trials or no trial at all? I am a Cuban-American living in Miami whose life has been personally affected by this man, one of the lowest forms of life that this planet has seen.

Con Carroll:
Read the following passages regarding Cuba's atrocious human rights record and educate yourself. There is more where that came from but you get the point. The first is courtesy of amnestyusa.org and the rest are courtesy of wikipedia.org.

"On 4 March, 12 dissidents were allegedly beaten and detained by state security officers and paramilitaries in a hospital in Ciego de Avila, where they were visiting a colleague who had been beaten during an earlier demonstration. They were still in detention without trial at the end of 2002. One of the detainees, Juan Carlos González Leyva, is blind and was subjected to severe conditions which reportedly aggravated his high blood pressure and other medical problems."

"On July 13, 1994, 72 Cubans attempted to leave the Island on a World War II era tugboat named the 13 de Marzo. In an attempt by the Cuban Navy to stop the tugboat, patrol boats were sent out to interdict the tug. Crewmen and survivors reported that the interdiction vessels rammed the tugboat and sprayed its passengers with high pressure fire hoses, sweeping many overboard. A total of 41 men, women and children drowned after being swept off the tug’s deck, 11 of these were children under the age of 12."

"In March 2003, the government of Cuba arrested dozens of journalists, librarians, and human rights activists, and charged them with sedition due to their alleged contacts with James Cason, head of the U.S. interest section in Havana. The accused were tried and sentenced to prison terms ranging from 15 to 28 years. In all, 75 journalists, librarians, and dissidents were given lengthy sentences averaging 17 years each. Among those sentenced were poet and journalist Raul Rivero, economist Martha Beatriz Roque, and Christian activist Oscar Elías Biscet. Amnesty International described the closed-door trials as "hasty and manifestly unfair."

"In 1960, Armando Valladares was working at the Cuban Postal Savings Bank when agents of the Ministry of Communications handed him a card bearing a communist slogan and told him to put it on his worktable. The 23-year-old Valladares refused. Astonished, the agents asked him if he had anything against Castro. Valladares answered that if Castro was a communist, he did.

Valladares was convicted on a charge of placing bombs in public places and was sentenced to thirty years in prison. His supporters contend that he was never part of the Batista police as alleged by Castro supporters (considering that he was only 19 at the time of the revolution), and that his imprisonment was the result of his vocal opposition to the Castro government.

Valladares claims to have been tortured and humiliated. While on a hunger strike to protest prison abuses, he claims the guards denied him water until he became delirious, and proceeded to urinate in his mouth and on his face. Valladares was released from prison after twenty-two years upon the intercession of France's Socialist President François Mitterrand."


"Cuba's constitution of 1976 makes human rights subservient to the state's political aims. Article 62 states:

None of the freedoms which are recognized for citizens can be exercised contrary to what is established in the Constitution and by law, or contrary to the existence and objectives of the socialist state, or contrary to the decision of the Cuban people to build socialism and communism. Violations of this principle can be punished by law.

Another clause in the 1976 Cuban constitition states that anyone suspected of being prone to commit a crime in the future, as a preventive measure, can be sent to jail indefinitely.

In Cuba, it has at times been illegal to buy food from unauthorized sources. Established as early as 1962, food rationing has been condemned by opponents of the Cuban government as a form of control, since people who rely on the Cuban government for food subsidies may have those subsidies reduced or stopped if they are involved in counter-revolutionary activities. "


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PostPosted: Tue Oct 18, 2005 8:27 am 
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I begining to debate whether this is the REAL 3D. :?

Anyone else share my thought?

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PostPosted: Tue Oct 18, 2005 12:33 pm 

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after image I have no interest in responding to right wing propaganda, is it not a fact that the rich and famous who despised justice towards the working class of Cuba went into exile with their mafia connections to Miami. that Cuban terrorists based in Miami were responsible for bomb attacks against Cuban people. including the bombing of a night club where people were murdered and injured. is it not also true that a notorious nti- cuban residing in Miami is wanted for terrorist activities who has been granted amnesty by the American government.
while Castro is not the second coming of Christ. I would prefer to be on the side of Castro than that murdering bastard the omen Bush.


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PostPosted: Tue Oct 18, 2005 1:35 pm 
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Candy-Coated Sandman wrote:
I begining to debate whether this is the REAL 3D. :?

Anyone else share my thought?



yeah i am mate...i was giving all this some serious thought last night.... i'm not convinced...


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