Gun-totin', Chronic-smokin' Hearse Initiator (ludickid) wrote,
Gun-totin', Chronic-smokin' Hearse Initiator
ludickid

Talkin' warball

CLCGamma: shock and awe day!
theludickid: Is it?
CLCGamma: yeah, baghdad's on fire
CLCGamma: We have, I think, sort of squandered our fearsomeness.
CLCGamma: what we should have done is invaded iraq with, like, fifty guys
CLCGamma: one tank, two apc, maybe an a-10
CLCGamma: like bobby fischer playing blindfolded
theludickid: Ha
theludickid: You know, as I said earlier today
theludickid: The fact that Iraq has caved like a bunker made of Fruit Roll-Ups sort of points up how ludicrous the whole notion that Iraq is a threat to the safety of the world really is.
CLCGamma: 50 guys, man
CLCGamma: cruise missiles: $1m/shot
CLCGamma: it's rummy now.
theludickid: I love Rummy
theludickid: What's he sayin'?
CLCGamma: oh, give up, do not shoot at us.
CLCGamma: do not damage any of the valuable oil
theludickid: Precious, precious oil
theludickid: It's not really helping the "it's not about oil" argument that they mention not damaging the oil wells every five minutes.
CLCGamma: yeah
CLCGamma: plus the fact that they stopped lobbying for anwr after the deadline was issued.
theludickid: Yah. "Fuck Alaska! Basra, here we come! WHOOO"
theludickid: Why are we even bothering with the shock and awe thing? I mean, didn't we already win the war?
CLCGamma: the tv hosts were whining
CLCGamma: it wasn't good tv
CLCGamma: they were LOSING PEORIA
theludickid: Yeah, true.
CLCGamma: they even showed basketball on cbs
theludickid: "General Franks, people aren't going to watch us at 2AM to see footage of American troops just driving around."
CLCGamma: oh my god
CLCGamma: we found LAND MINES
CLCGamma: they could have used land mines on us!
CLCGamma: let's send some more cruise missiles in to level their buildings.
theludickid: They could have tied us up and thrown us on top of the land mines.
theludickid: Obviously we must destroy their cities.
CLCGamma: do the honorable thing, stop fighting.
CLCGamma: jesus christ
theludickid: "Some demonstrators support military action. While many students at Brown University in Providence, R.I., held signs denouncing war, Alec O'Neill stood at the edge of the crowd in a T-shirt that read, 'I am threatened by Iraq.'"
theludickid: The United States military isn't even threatened by Iraq.
theludickid: But Alec O'Neill, of Brown University in Providence, RI, is the world's biggest pussy.
CLCGamma: they were doing equal time on sf news last night for a single guy standing on his car, holding up a "GO WAR" sign.
theludickid: He wants to take back the night from Saddam Hussein.
CLCGamma: the bombing is "terribly unpleasant" for the citizens of baghdad
CLCGamma: says rummy
theludickid: Ha.
theludickid: "Dreadful mess, this bombing, eh, Tariq?"
theludickid: "Frightful, Rajif. Simply a bother."
CLCGamma: they're torturing rummy to try to get him to talk about civilian casualties
theludickid: They need to get Ari out there.
theludickid: TAG OUT, RUMMY!
CLCGamma: heh
CLCGamma: i like rummy more than ari. he's evil, but he's not the least bit disingenuous about it
theludickid: Yeah, me too.
CLCGamma: he's like, yeah, i eat babies, and i do it for the forces of light.
CLCGamma: ari's all, "I have no information on baby-eating by anybody but Democrats."
theludickid: Rumsfeld is like Luthor.
theludickid: Speaking of evil, where's that ghoul Cheney?
theludickid: Is he "sequestered"?
CLCGamma: he's hands-on
CLCGamma: working with condi
theludickid: Shudder
theludickid: The two most Stalinist members of the administration
theludickid: Putting their heads together...you know someone's gonna die when that happens.
CLCGamma: yeah
theludickid: Poor Colin Powell
theludickid: Sitting in his office eating flies like Renfield
theludickid: Do the neo-cons like him this week, or hate him?
CLCGamma: they like him as long as he's playing
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