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Thursday, April 27th, 2006
1:36 am
I Apologize For Posting this Intolerable Filth
As if any of you needed yet another reason to hate that godawful Neil Young..........

The aging, whining Canadian hippie with the voice that sounds like a cat being slowly run over is about to release his new album, an album specifically recorded as an attack against the President of the United States.

The no-talent douche, whose popularity peaked more than thirty years ago, has penned a song about George W. Bush called "Let's Impeach The President."

I want to apologize for posting this. Those of you who have a brain surely will be in pain for the next few minutes.

Thank goodness our President doesn't pay attention to whining little bitches like this. Neil Young needs to go the fuck home and smash his useless guitar once and for all.

Neil Young's pure, unadulterated idiocy; can we arrest him for treason?Collapse )
Saturday, January 28th, 2006
4:20 pm

(about a year old but still funny.... Hollywood's Half-wits are still their own worst enemies!)
Tuesday, January 18th, 2005
7:30 pm
I love it...
I was searching for communities where I might find some ideas on psychotic things to do for my upcoming wedding anniversary. I searched for a few keywords and said "to hell with it" so I searched for marriage and looked at the resulting communities.

This one came up.

I wish I'd known about this community a bit ago, I've had several posts in other places lamenting the idiotic protesters in different places, like the people who protest McDonalds and Starbucks using "guerilla theatre," as if the kids that work at either place know what the hell they're talking about or, frankly, give a shit.
Saturday, September 11th, 2004
1:49 pm
Anyone not from Australia here wouldn't know what HECS fees are. They are Higher Education Contribution Scheme fees. Basically that means they are the pissy little portion of the cost of a university degree that Australian students have to pay, like AUD$2000 a semester for commerce.

So the government allowed fee increases, which my uni's student guild protested. Then when the university was actually going to make their decision to increase fees, instead of having some kind of normal, productive input, the guild stormed the meeting waving banners and shouting, so that the meeting was postponed, the students had no input, and the fees went up.

Talk about shooting yourself in the foot.
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