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LGF Gets Punked

November 27, 2008

As a former member who was unceremoniously shown the door, there was quite a temptation to go with the nuclear option once I discovered that I had access to LGF’s precious dictionary.  But alas, I couldn’t bring myself to do something quite that assholish, so I decided to have some mercy and go for a simple prank instead. 

And since the enigmatic Zombie holds the primary key to the site, I know that my handiwork will only remain posted for so long.  So, I figure that I should probably document everything with a few screengrabs, just for chuckles:

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Banning netizens has a way of coming back and biting one in the ass, eh? 

So, I left the blog standing, but is anyone wondering where the dictionary itself went?  To the nervous lizardoid horde, I say not to worry, ’cause I kept it fully intact….here.

Update:  There are LGFers claiming that I “hacked” the dictionary.  Since I predicted that this might happen, I decided to snip another ‘grab while I was in there (email addys redacted):

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See, I was a user with administrator status.  And anyone who knows anything about how a wordpress.com blog works can tell you that someone doesn’t become an administrator unless they’re invited

No hacking. Not my thing. Just thought I’d clear that up.

Update: Well, I thought perhaps CJ would let pride get in the way of saying anything about it, but here it is:

ChenZhen proved why he was banned in the first place, and showed the world that he’s a true creep who should never be trusted with anything.

“True Creep”?  C’mon Charles!  That hurts. 

Fair enough though, ’cause everyone is entitled to their opinion.   But speaking of opinions and “showing the world”, I couldn’t help but notice that 54% of CJ’s peers thought he’s worthy of the “Pro-Censorship Ass-Hat Award“.  This is an honor that, from a certain point of view, was “proved” to be deserved based on the fact that even the “trusted” guardians of the LGF Dictionary have turned on him, looked to a seasoned master of the fine art of the flame war, and allowed this punking to transpire.

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75 comments

  1. Your world is strange to me, Chen.


  2. Yea, only the LGFers are really gonna “get it”. All in good fun.

    Happy Thanksgiving!


  3. Yes, this is strange indeed. Next time it would be better if you didn’t invite us into your world…

    Happy Thanksgiving everyone.


  4. OK, I officially feel kind of dirty for this, so I decided to remove the password from the dictionary page and let it out into the world again.

    Oh, and I saw on the LGF Thanksgiving thread that Killgore announced that I had “hacked” the Dictionary.

    not really

    I was invited.


  5. I see that throwing monkey wrenches into the proverbial works is part of your nature, Chen.

    Welcome to the club 🙂


  6. General, 😆

    And you question why hasn’t Tex created his own blog on WordPress? By the time you got thru with it, no telling who I would be recommending for office…

    Pretty funny. But you’re nicer than I am. I would have left a special pile of steaming sh*t for Killgore the religious bigot.


  7. That was totally stupid, Chen.

    I’ve visited here every now and then and have tried to give you support with your blog. The one thing I have NEVER done was talk about LGF.
    And as long as you never brought up or talked about LGF I was okay with stopping by every once in a while to see how you were doing.

    Why the hell would you do something so idiotic as to hack an LGF satellite website?
    You’re not a stupid person, but there’s something seriously twisted about holding a grudge for this long. You may want to seek some kind of therapy.


  8. Oh, lighten up Sage. You know it was funny.


  9. Wait. I thought it was only the Libs who blocked and banned innocuous dissenters?


  10. I might just have to cross-post this little episode. No doubt there are some choice quotes in the LGF threads….LOL.


  11. My lawyers will be contacting you regarding your unauthorized use of my scintillating material.

    Oh wait – this is the world wide web. If my lawyers will be contacting you, then Charles’ lawyers will be contacting me …


  12. Do I sense correctly that this is getting out of hand?
    Please don’t call the lawyers, they are evil and you melt if you look them directly in the eye 🙂


  13. Lex-

    Most of the drama went down during the main “Happy Thanksgiving” thread (which is where I linked CJ’s comment). It was pretty funny watching it play out.


  14. Chen, you mischievous smarty pants. Your netendrils are long indeed.


  15. Oh, it was amusing indeed, and seemingly preserved for posterity. Good show, old man!


  16. Oh, I almost forgot about my pal Killgore:

    I would have respected it more if he made a point or at least did something funny. Why wait years after getting banned to do something so petty? I guess like gordon and others he just can’t let go.

    The point was to create a little blowback, and have some fun doing it. I’m a kung fu master, but sometimes I do like to play the evil clown.


  17. Killgore was – and to many this may seem anathema – a rather fine online friend and contrary soundboard with a whole host of opinions I used to develop new opinions. And I’m sure he used me in the same manner.

    I don’t miss LGF, but I do miss some of the posters there, and hate me if you must, but I do miss that one springboard.

    Killgore, email me when you get the chance.


  18. Yea I know, I’ve got a thread about Killgore that I posted way back when. No hard feelings there, at least from my side.


  19. You would think we would hear a chorus of condemnation coming from influential ulama, sheiks and Muslim scholars around the world after attacks like this. There should be press conferences touting Islam to be a religion of peace. If, for example, the Spanish wanted to spark up the Inquisition again, the Pope would be instantly on the TV. bashing such an insane idea.

    Let’s listen to the Islamic world’s reaction to the Bombay attacks in which little kids were among the people executed point blank, shall we?

    ……crickets chirping…..


  20. Rabbit, the attacks were completely pointless, stupid, have nothing to do with anything our religion stands for, and was perpetrated by criminal maniacs. I’m proud of my religion, but it’s a travesty that I have to share it with these retards.

    Oh, was that I cricket I stepped on?


  21. I’m not sure what Rabbit’s comment has to do with this thread but it’s good to see the dialog turn back to politics (hate to be a party pooper but this punked thing looks more like fodder for the Chamber Lounge than for it’s own discussion thread … perhaps if I understood the “in-joke” of it better I’d be more tolerant).

    To get back to Rabbit’s comment, I agree that it would be nice to see some religious leaders publicly decry the terror in Mumbai. However, I’d also like to see a little outrage expressed here towards the animals who stampeded into a Walmart on Long Island and killed a man just to be the first to get a good Christmas sale. We need no further proof that we are descended from animals than the thugs in Mumbai and the senseless mob in Valley Stream, NY. I’ve been meaning to write a post about it but I wanted to give my mind a rest from the global insanity this four-day weekend.


  22. Well said, Sphinx and nice cricket stomping;)


  23. Okay, so, yeah … it’s childish. But no real harm was done. The biggest issue was that a bunch of people who take themselves too seriously were sent fuming, right?

    On the other hand … if it’s been years, CZ, maybe it is time to move on with life. We all know that revenge is a dish best serve cold, but … oh, never mind. I lost interest in this comment halfway through …

    To the Sphinx’s point … there are Muslims condemning the violence, they just don’t get the play because the press is a full partner in the paranoia market. If you actually know anyone of the Muslim faith, I’m sure that you know this.


  24. Here is a good subject for a new thread. It’s called Dimocratic corruption at its finest. And no, I will probably drop dead before I ever see anything of its ilk on this board.

    http://www.wacotrib.com/opin/content/news/opinion/stories/2008/12/01/12012008waceditorial.html

    And I haven’t heard any mention of the shady dealings of William Jefferson, Chris Dodd, Kent Conrad, Barney Frank from any of you leftists either. Now is the time to step up all you self-righteous libbie types and show us just how fair you really are…

    Rutherford,

    They are animals who stomped the WalMart employee dead and should be put to death for their stupidity and callousness IMHO. And you do realize that is prime Obama territory, don’t you?


  25. “R”,

    I remember you telling me last week that the Obama appointment of Tim Geithner (and Hillary Rotten now) had indeed given us hope for a bright economic future:

    http://finance.yahoo.com/

    Change we can believe in! 😉


  26. More good Dimocratic policy in action!

    http://blog.al.com/spotnews/2008/12/birmingham_mayor_larry_langfor_15.html

    Change we can believe in! 😉


  27. While “wickle” may think he is Lawrence of Arabia, much more in the “know” due to his diverse and multicultural group of friends, Dead Rabbit “knows” Muslims too. And some of them (admittedly, not most), concede that far too much of global Islam is diseased with radicalism on a level many do not want to admit. For ever Islamic jihadist who decides to point a gun at a little girl’s head and pull the trigger, decimating her skull and sending brain matter on the other dead victims laying net to her, there are hundreds, even thousands financing this endeavor.

    Don’t worry; this is no condemnation of Islam itself. Every religion has had its wacko days. My religion included. Radical Jesuits in 1500 A.D. were a sad truth. But a truth, nonetheless.

    It’s time the multiculturalists and Muslims themselves wake up to the ugly facts on the ground.

    Millions of people are sympathetic to radical Islam. Hundreds of thousands finance it.


  28. Rabbit,

    I have finally figured my old friend Wickle out. I’m betting Wickle is a student of “open” theology – buzzword for Christianity with an inkling liberal politics mixed in. They’ll chime on about the evils of abortion and feeding the poor, masquerade as supporters of the good fight, but never mention the message of which Christ who spoke more of the reality of evil than He did of Heaven. That’s why Wickle is quick to condemn Bush but will let the stuff you and I find abhorrent slide.

    Doesn’t make Wickle a bad soul, in fact may be better than most, but it doesn’t make Wickle a real asset to the Kingdom of Heaven either like Wickle likes to think.

    Sphinx is a reasonable Muslim, young (I believe) but pretty bright. If Islam is to survive, they’ll need people like Sphinx to not only talk the talk but to openly condemn ‘on site’ the radicals.

    But I will state for the record, if somebody was killing innocents in the name of Christianity, I would feel responsible myself to end their little jihad – even if it meant me physically putting a stop to it. And I believe that is what it is going to take. Either people like The Sphinx bring it to a stop thru their actions, not just words, or millions of innocent Muslims will be killed on account of it.

    Good post, by the way. Truth may ruffle a few feathers, but it is still truth.


  29. While I won’t get into characterizations of Wickle, who I have greatly come to respect, I agree with much of what has been said here. It behooves Muslim clerics to publicly, clearly and unambiguously condemn the acts of the extremists. Although I must admit that I think it was mostly secularists who condemned the hate speech of Jerry Falwell rather than Christian religious leaders doing it. So, maybe it is too much to ask of religious leaders to condemn their own publicly? How many examples of it do we really see?

    Regarding Walmart, I must say I’m with Tex. Every last one of the selfish bastards that stormed into that store should have been rounded up in paddy wagons, booked for accessories to murder, and thrown in a nice jail cell, hopefully long enough to spend the holidays there. The poor guy that got trampled to death won’t be having any more holidays.


  30. Although I must admit that I think it was mostly secularists who condemned the hate speech of Jerry Falwell rather than Christian religious leaders doing it. So, maybe it is too much to ask of religious leaders to condemn their own publicly? How many examples of it do we really see?

    So let me get this straight Rutherford. Jerry Falwell’s stupid comment after 9/11 is as egregious a sin as the guys who directed the planes into the building? Opinion equates to terrorism? Is that right?

    Where were you “secularists” in condemning Rosie O’Donnell’s comment about “radical” Christianity being more dangerous than “radical” Islam? How many examples do we really need to see of the political correct crime known as “hate speech?” Kind of like the ignorant “hate” crime.

    But at least we agree about WalMart…2nd degree murder. All of them!!! Scumbags


  31. I keep noticing Rutherford using these “other examples” to legitimize his agreement with Dead Rabbit.

    Hilarious.

    Rutherford, there is no modern equivalent in American culture to radical Islam, and you know it. Drop the clichéd attempts at trying to prove to everyone that you’re not a bigot. How insecure. A Jerry Falwell speech thrown in the same category of the people who slammed fully fueled air buses into the World Trade Center is silly. Jerry Falwell is not an extremist. A buffoon, maybe. I don’t care what that corn-ball says. In my eyes, extremists shoot little girls, not bust yellow tellatuby balls in some goofy church.
    In America, any one is welcome to be a Jerry Falwell if they want to be. In fact, if Islamic murderers want to, well, stop murdering, and just give tell tubby speeches, I’d be cool with them. Dude, these are the people who “you-tube” decapitations of college kids in the name of religion! Allah Akbar! And then slowly cut their heads off!

    Are you riddled with guilt over how wrong I’m guessing you were in, say, 1997, about how the world works? I don’t ask that last question sarcastically. This decade has been a shock to Dead Rabbit too.

    Give the p.c. crap a rest Rutherford. You don’t need to a caveat every time you state the obvious.


  32. Actually, if you want to know anything about my theology, just ask.

    As a matter of fact, I’m not into “open theology.” It’s plainly not Biblical. You didn’t ask whether I thought Islam was a valid path to eternal life. That’s a very different question than “Are there Muslim clerics condemning violence?”

    As for the Wal-Mart creeps … I think that every sane person agrees. A man died, and several more were injured, so that some idiots could get to the sale. Sometimes evil does look like a soccer mom.


  33. Wickle,

    You’ve got open theology pegged wrong, I believe. This is open theology:

    http://www.enc.edu/history/ot/what.html

    I’m not talking about the exclusiveness of Christianity. I’m talking about how the “religious” Christian should leave their faith out of politics.

    And I believe you do just that.


  34. Sometimes evil does look like a soccer mom.

    CLASSIC. Or a hockey mom for that matter. 😉


  35. wickle-

    Okay, so, yeah … it’s childish. But no real harm was done. The biggest issue was that a bunch of people who take themselves too seriously were sent fuming, right?

    Pretty much. The dictionary has now been moved to LGF itself, where I suppose it will be considered safe from further shenanigans.

    The joke was that, for at least a few hours, LGF was unwittingly linking directly to the page with my cute little video (it probably would have been longer, but I got impatient waiting around for all the huffing, so I spilled the beans where I knew the lurkers would be; LGF2). And considering the penchant that CJ has for little link redirect pranks like that, the tactic was certainly fitting. Its one of those things that one can only appreciate when you know the history.


  36. Sphinx is a reasonable Muslim, young (I believe) but pretty bright. If Islam is to survive, they’ll need people like Sphinx to not only talk the talk but to openly condemn ‘on site’ the radicals.

    But I will state for the record, if somebody was killing innocents in the name of Christianity, I would feel responsible myself to end their little jihad – even if it meant me physically putting a stop to it. And I believe that is what it is going to take. Either people like The Sphinx bring it to a stop thru their actions, not just words, or millions of innocent Muslims will be killed on account of it.

    Thanks Tex. I know that words don’t do much,t except things like proving Rabbit wrong, or all the kooks at LGF that have stuffed their ears with clay and complain about being deaf.

    But alas.. What am I to do from here? I don’t know any terrorists to go and put a stop to, which is hardly surprising considering how many people are terrorists, and how many people are Muslim. Plus, I’m living in a country where there haven’t been any successful terrorist attacks since 1993 (when the Red Army Faction stopped its actions).

    Anyhow, while we’re talking about actions, this article might interest you. Don’t expect to see it though on Little Green Happyland et al.


  37. Sphinx,

    But alas.. What am I to do from here? I don’t know any terrorists to go and put a stop to, which is hardly surprising considering how many people are terrorists, and how many people are Muslim.

    No, not now. But there may come a time you are given the opportunity and I’m hoping that you’ll do the right thing. I think you will…

    I read the article, by the way. No doubt that we hear mostly of the negative. We need to accentuate the positive, as well.


  38. Yep, Tex, I was using a different meaning for “open theology.”

    You’re right.

    And, no, I don’t keep my faith out of my politics. I just don’t replace my faith with my politics, or put my faith in politics. Republicanism and Christianity aren’t synonymous.

    Heck, Tex, you got mad at me for applying my faith to politics. Gov. Palin bore false witness, and I called her on it.

    My faith defines my politics, in every single way. Any time I have found my politics and my faith in conflict, I’ve had to reconsider and see where I had one wrong.


  39. Republicanism and Christianity aren’t synonymous.

    But to read you, would think they are diametrically opposed. I read the constant barrage of Bush bashing and Sarah Palin sniping, though I never read your reaction of Obama’s sordid church philosophy or social morass. Did Jeremiah Wright not bare false witness? Where was the post?

    What you fail to recognize about people like Rutherford is that it isn’t your faith or your Savior they respect, but the convenience you provide to give them the ammunition in the battle of culture. They play you for the nice guy and, in turn you make a wonderful tool. Apparently, you fail to recognize they would gladly use you as a tool because politics is their religion. Do you not realize that?

    Has your friendship with the lost changed any minds? Remember, these are folks who will gladly pay money to go see Bill Maher ridicule your faith. What good does it do to constant defend unbelievers who mock, while invariably patronizing or criticizing those who profess belief in your Savior? What is to be gained by that? Where is your balance in judgment because I don’t see it?

    I understand playing fair but I don’t understand how you constantly turn a blind eye to the obviously wrong. Makes no sense to me Wickle.

    P.S. – remind me again. When did Sarah Palin bear false witness? I honestly don’t remember.


  40. Here’s a black American (one of my favorites) worth listening to, unlike that empty suit we just elected.

    http://townhall.com/Common/PrintPage.aspx?g=a6b24ac7-888e-4501-9e24-539629b30854&t=c


  41. Tex, we’ve had this conversation so many times that I really don’t feel like having it again.

    To accuse me of constantly Bush-bashing and Palin sniping is simply inaccurate, by the way. I believe that I have exactly one post critical of Gov. Palin, and at least one positive about her.

    Of course, you accused me of attacking her once when I was defending her here in the Chamber … when I pointed it out, you simply tore off on one of your random ad hominem sprees.

    I put up a post about Jeremiah Wright, by the way.

    The first post I ever did about Obama included some concerns about idolatry in the Afrocentric model.

    As a matter of fact, by the way, yes, I have seen people come to Christ because they thought that Christians were all narrow-minded, hypocritical jerks, and they came to see that love and compassion really can be lived out.

    I have never said that being a Republican and being a Christian are mutually-exclusive. I worked with the Huckabee campaign! He’s a Republican! He manages to keep his priorities in order, though.

    With that, I’ll pass the last word over to you. I’m far too busy right now to rehash this conversation yet again.


  42. Yeah Wickle,

    I know you’re high in demand these days; especially in the market of the self-righteousness. **retch**

    To accuse me of constantly Bush-bashing and Palin sniping is simply inaccurate, by the way.

    A lie. Spare me your bullshit…or is that too random? My Gawd, you’re worse than Rutherford in Bush bashing…

    As a matter of fact, by the way, yes, I have seen people come to Christ because they thought that Christians were all narrow-minded, hypocritical jerks, and they came to see that love and compassion really can be lived out.

    Well, if I’m narrow-minded and hypocritical jerk as you attest, at least I’m a truthful jerk. I read you watered-down, mealy-mouth post about Wright. It was as lame and cowardly as it gets. It read like some Dear Abby letter.

    Like I’ve said before, your love and compassion extends to only those who don’t challenge your ideals, or you feel you need to expose your professed piety. Do I need to remind you that there are quite a few others on your blog, far wiser and more grounded in scripture than you, than have noted the same opinion as I’ve expressed here?

    Perhaps it’s you Wickle that needs a little self-reflection.


  43. Color me confused! Tex, I’m not quite sure I understand how I “use Wickle as a tool.” I respect Wickle’s right to have a faith that I simply do not share. He does not proselytize which makes him A-1 in my book. While I am not an expert on his views, I believe that religion works for him and leads him mostly to very positive conclusions. He and I have an irreconcilable difference of opinion about abortion but that is not the point. He does not speak moderately and fairly because he wants to throw me a bone or appease me. He is simply, as far as I can tell, truly moderate and fair.

    Also, from my reading, he was not calling you narrow-minded and hypocritical. I believe he was answering your question “Has your friendship with the lost changed any minds?” He was saying that, yes, some people who could not tolerate religious folk came around when they saw some of the good that religion can do. Tex, I sometimes think you look for insults where there are none.


  44. Here’s a black American (one of my favorites) worth listening to, unlike that empty suit we just elected.

    Sowell, unnecessarily in my view, minimizes the crisis we are in. You can oppose government intervention without taking the tack of “compared with the Great Depression, this is a walk in the park” which is a paraphrase of Sowell’s view. I prefer analysts who give me worst case scenario instead of sugar coating stuff.

    Tex, I guess you were behind McCain when he said those fateful words “the fundamentals of the economy are strong.” It lost him the election. Shouldn’t that tell you something?


  45. Spinx, I read that article and have to give that grave yard major props. We need more of that kind of reaction! We need that kind of reaction in Muslim majority societies as well.

    On Fridays, will your mosque pray for the victims of this slaughter? Will the mullah spend time demanding an end to radical Islam?

    However, your bragging about the lack of terrorist activity in Germany made my jaw drop. Dude, didn’t the ring leader of the 9/11 terrorists live in Germany????????? It’s unbelievable to me that you forgot that. And just give it time, brother. The savages will strike Germany too.


  46. Dead Rabbit, I wasn’t making an exact equivalency between Jerry Falwell and Islamic extremists. Clearly the latter cause direct harm while the former just blows hot air (which can stir others to harm, but at least not directly). Where I was headed was simply the observation that I don’t really see respected religious leaders condemn the words or acts of the extremists among them, be they Muslim or Christian.

    By the way, take away the guns and grenades from the Islamic extremists and THEY end up nothing but buffoons. So calling Falwell a buffoon does not take away the fact he was an extremist. He just wasn’t going around killing people. I assure you though, that after he blamed 9/11 on homosexuals, more than a handful of his followers felt emboldened to beat up a few “fairies” to set things right.


  47. Why is it that when Chen writes a post, that all these irrelevant comments pop up that have nothing to do with the post itself?
    You guys should start a forum or something, so that people can just amusing watch you hurl insults and weird insinuations at each other and your opposite parties.

    can’t you all just get along?


  48. Sensico, LOL … I actually don’t think the phenomenon you cite happens often in the Chamber. I just think in this case, there were just so many comments that could be made about Chen’s prank, and only by those who understood it in the first place. In the absence of a newer, more politically oriented post by the General, I think we just ended up changing topics in this thread.

    Once Chen writes a new post of a political nature, I’m sure we’ll all pile on that one and stay more or less on topic … which is not to say the insults and insinuations will cease. 😉


  49. You know Rutherford, I literally postponed my new viewing of the X-Files because I knew you would be bloviating in Wickle’s defense about this time, so you can continue the current facade of friendship.

    Let me say this about Wickle. I don’t question his sincerity. I believe he is probably a nice person and a Christian. I admire his general level-headedness in a conversation and he does some nice things on his blog. The world could use a few more Wickle’s and a few less Rutherford’s. I do question Wickle’s depth, do think he’s milquetoast, and feel because of weakness, he’s susceptible to worms like you making him feel warm when in reality, you laugh at him behind his back. And don’t tell me you don’t because I’ve met your type in the academic circle a zillion times before. I do cringe when I read Wickle’s attempts at the defense of the faith and his knowledge of science.

    He just wasn’t going around killing people. I assure you though, that after he blamed 9/11 on homosexuals, more than a handful of his followers felt emboldened to beat up a few “fairies” to set things right.

    Remember Rutherford when you said I would probably like you? Well, I was right and you were wrong. You couldn’t anymore prove that comment from above, it’s another lie from your words without knowledge, and a perfect example to remind me why I detest you and your ilk. And I’ll bet contrary to you patting yourself on the back about what a wonderful person you are, you don’t lift a finger to help anyone else but your own little dismal world.

    No matter how stupid some of Falwell’s comments were, don’t ever doubt for one minute that his congregation did more in one day (unadvertised I might add) to help more people from any walk of life than you’ll do in your lifetime. And that includes gays…

    P.S. – Sowell has forgotten more about economics than you’ll ever know. Just because Obama won and fooled the masses of dumbasses, I can personally attest, at present America isn’t even close to the Jimmah Carter era, much less a Depression. I know – I was there. When the prime reaches 16%, come look me up.

    Anybody with a brain should recognize that cowardly spinmeisters like you are lowering the bar of expectations so when your worthless President and his clan of Clinton lackeys fails, they can toss the bullshit and blame it on the Bush era, or some other regard. Like you, they’re big on excuses and bullshit, and short on performance.


  50. Well I have to say, that since I have been coming to this blog, I have seen some weird conversations, I have even found out from the deadrabbit that Tex is a eunuch. Then I leave a comment here and go off to redesign my blog, and hang out with my peps at the wordpress forum, come back here and there’s a whole new conversation with a whole new set of insults. Though the chat is interesting and I guess the conversation could have turned worse if you would have stayed on the topic of Chen’s little prank.
    But, I guess it doesn’t matter because I know deep down inside you all love each other 😀


  51. That said, I put a new post up.

    Although its not terribly political, sorry.


  52. Rabbit,

    On Fridays, will your mosque pray for the victims of this slaughter? Will the mullah spend time demanding an end to radical Islam?

    I don’t know what he said last Friday, I was at a Turkish mosque, and because I understand next to no Turkish, I couldn’t figure out what he was saying.

    And by the way, “Mullah” is a term used primarily by Shi’a, or Asian Muslims. Where I come from, it’s called “Imam”

    However, your bragging about the lack of terrorist activity in Germany made my jaw drop. Dude, didn’t the ring leader of the 9/11 terrorists live in Germany????????? It’s unbelievable to me that you forgot that. And just give it time, brother. The savages will strike Germany too.

    If you read my comment again, you’ll notice I’ve said there were no successful terrorist attacks. This does neither imply that there were no terrorists, nor does it say there weren’t plots. I’m not living under a rock, you know..

    And if – God forbid – there are any attacks in the future, I’m glad not to have anything to do with it.


  53. Well, this turned out to be an interesting thread. Chen, you didn’t even need to post on Mumbai. Wow. You have super blogging powers;)


  54. You know Rutherford, I literally postponed my new viewing of the X-Files because I knew you would be bloviating … blah blah blah

    Clearly you need your X-Files fix BEFORE you enter the Chamber. Mulder/Scully withdrawal negatively effects the quality of your posts. 😉


  55. Sorry Spinx…I live amongst the Shi’a. Lots of swords of Ali medallions up in my hood. 🙂


  56. Mulder/Scully withdrawal negatively effects the quality of your posts.

    Oh, this X-files was so politically correct, including the pedophile priest, this one was tailor made for a religious bigot like you “R”.

    You would have had a wet dream “R” had you watched it…

    Of course being liberal and politically correct, it ruined the show and explained its poor showing at the box office. I should have known.


  57. LOL Besides being liberal and politically correct, could it be that it bombed at the box office because the show is soooooo last decade?


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  72. В 1957 году, после запуска Советским Союзом первого искусственного спутника Земли, Министерство обороны США посчитало[источник не указан 478 дней], сколько для трагедия войны Америке нужна надёжная система передачи информации. Агентство по перспективным оборонным научно-исследовательским разработкам США (DARPA) предложило разработать для этого компьютерную сеть. Разработка такой путы была поручена Калифорнийскому университету в Лос-Анджелесе, Стэнфордскому исследовательскому центру, Университету Юты и Университету штата Калифорния в Санта-Барбаре. Компьютерная сеть была названа ARPANET (англ. Advanced Digging Projects Intervention Network), и в 1969 году в рамках проекта козни объединила четыре указанных научных учреждения. Безвыездно работы финансировались Министерством обороны США. Затем козни ARPANET начала активно вырастать и развертываться, её начали извлекать учёные из разных областей науки.

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