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Wednesday, November 24, 2004  
Note: Added several new albums onto My Yahoo Photos. Check em out, if you fancy.
The link is under "Bitchin Links"

4:36 AM


Tuesday, November 23, 2004  


3:10 AM


Wednesday, November 17, 2004  
Weirded OUT
Walking out of Chemistry lecture today... what do I see tacked to the door....

Persian American Society for Health Advancement

* We will provide medical, dental, and public health students with the opportunity to network with residents, fellows, faculty, dentists, public health officers, as well as health science professionals in the community.
* We will provide mentoring opportunities for undergraduates interested inthe health sciences professions.
* We will provide outreach to the Persian community both locally and abroad.

Totally weirded out..

2:15 PM


Monday, November 15, 2004  
It's Been About Two Weeks
But I can't get over it...

Are you fuckin kidding me?

November 3, 2004
President George W. Bush
The White House
1600 Pennsylvania Avenue NW
Washington, DC 20500

Dear Mr. President:

The media tells us that you have received the largest number of popular votes of any president in America's history. Congratulations!

In your re-election, God has graciously granted America—though she doesn't deserve it—a reprieve from the agenda of paganism. You have been given a mandate. We the people expect your voice to be like the clear and certain sound of a trumpet. Because you seek the Lord daily, we who know the Lord will follow that kind of voice eagerly.

Don't equivocate. Put your agenda on the front burner and let it boil. You owe the liberals nothing. They despise you because they despise your Christ. Honor the Lord, and He will honor you.

Had your opponent won, I would have still given thanks, because the Bible says I must (I Thessalonians 5:18). It would have been hard, but because the Lord lifts up whom He will and pulls down whom He will, I would have done it. It is easy to rejoice today, because Christ has allowed you to be His servant in this nation for another presidential term. Undoubtedly, you will have opportunity to appoint many conservative judges and exercise forceful leadership with the Congress in passing legislation that is defined by biblical norm regarding the family, sexuality, sanctity of life, religious freedom, freedom of speech, and limited government. You have four years—a brief time only—to leave an imprint for righteousness upon this nation that brings with it the blessings of Almighty God...

Christ said, “If any man serve me, let him follow me; and where I am, there shall also my servant be: if any man serve me, him will my father honour” (John 12:26).

The student body, faculty, and staff at Bob Jones University commit ourselves to pray for you—that you would do right and honor the Savior. Pull out all the stops and make a difference. If you have weaklings around you who do not share your biblical values, shed yourself of them. Conservative Americans would love to see one president who doesn't care whether he is liked, but cares infinitely that he does right.

Best wishes.

Sincerely your friend,
Bob Jones III

This letter is real. It is not a parody. I repeat... it is not a parody.

9:20 PM


Saturday, November 13, 2004  
This is Officially my Favorite Story of the Month

Border Inspectors Find Girl Sealed In Piñata
Girl Was Meticulously Sealed Inside, But Able To Breathe

SAN DIEGO, Calif. -- Inspectors checking a car smuggler at the U.S. Mexican border found a girl hiding inside a piñata.
They say they've seen all kinds of attempts to smuggle people into the country, but this was an odd case.
Vince Bond of the U.S. Customs and Border Protection says officers at the Tecate Port of Entry found the girl when they removed several piñatas from the car and one seemed much heavier than the others.
The girl -- who's about 4 or 5 years old -- was meticulously sealed inside but she was able to breathe. The girl's mother was curled up inside the car's trunk, and her brother, who's about 9, was underneath the collapsible back seat.
They were voluntarily deported to Mexico and the driver plus a passenger of the car -- both American citizens -- were not arrested.
Bond says the sheer volume of immigrant-smuggling cases far exceeds the government's ability to prosecute all smugglers.

Copyright 2004 by The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.

Here's the kicker...A PICTURE!!

7:38 PM


Monday, November 08, 2004  

What kind of band geek are you?

12:24 AM


Wednesday, November 03, 2004  
Fucked for Four More Years

I find the re-election of President George Bush utterly amazing and disgusting. Granted, Sen. Kerry was no saint. But in spite of all of the hardcore evidence presented about President Bush, the country has re-elected him. (I know some people say "Well Kerry isn't good either." It frankly doesn't matter when putting him up against a guy like Bush.) Evidence such as: A. He lied to the public about what he knew and didn't know before violating the rules of the Geneva Convention while simultaneously ignoring legitimate threats from other countries that DO have WMDs and are willing to use them; B. He's amassed the single largest national deficit the US has ever seen; and C. He's successfully alienated almost all of the country's former allies, leaving the country isolated and vulnerable to attack. Despite the evidence, more than half the general public (and very little more than half, I might add) has voted to keep this man in power. A very dangerous decision and one that will likely lead America down a very tragic road. May God (if there's one out there and there doesn't seem to be one after this election) have mercy on the United States of America, and any country that gets in the way of this arrogant little child. Does anyone else notice that all the states for Bush are country's that are not being threatened by terrorism and are mainly bible belt, hicky states, ie Nebraska, Idaho, Montana, Wyoming, Oklahoma, the Dakotas, and the states for Kerry are the prominent states that ARE being threatened by terrorism, ie Massachussets, California and New York. Thanks bible belt, thanks a lot.

All of my religious friends skip this paragraph because I'm gonna be honest and you're most likely not going to like the truth. In my humble opinion that I am not claiming to be a fact whatsoever, it's just my opinion, religion is the biggest scam Man has ever fallen victim to. The fact that Evangelical Christians hold so much political power is absolutely despicable. The Christians overwhelmingly voted for Bush because they were voting against Stem Cell Research, Gay Marriage, and Abortion Rights. I think this is sick and sad. I think that religion essentially a system of fear used to make people feel bad about the lifestyles they are leading. It's also a crutch many people use to help them out of bad situations. This war in Iraq may be argued as being about Oil. But I think people are overlooking the fact that religion also has something to do with it. People have to remember that we are voting for a President not a Pope. Indeed, God help us all.

A vote for Bush is nothing more than a reaffirmation of support that it's ok to do all of the above things and never be held accountable for any of it. Even he said once that he will let history (meaning future generations) judge him. Regrettably, with this man in power for four more years, they may never have that opportunity. I have to wonder if people aren’t paying attention, or were there simply too many of them who believe a vote for Bush is a vote against Kerry, or a vote for the Republican Party, or a vote on one of several moral issues, etc. Is it justifiably moral to vote for a man who says Jesus Christ is his role model and opposes abortion and gay marriage, if that same man doesn’t follow Jesus’ teaching of being accountable to one another and acts dishonestly to achieve personal gain? This isn't just four more years we have to deal with, Bush is going appoint the new Supreme Court and who knows who else. It is a tragic day for the United States of America.

2:04 PM


Tuesday, November 02, 2004  
Public Service Announcement

This is a public notice reminding you of the change made in the voting schedule due to the expected large turn out this year. Democrats will vote on Tuesday, November 2nd. Republicans will vote on Wednesday, November 3rd. And of course Independents can vote twice on Wednesday, November 3rd and Thursday, November 4th. Thank you.

Happy Voting!

5:08 PM


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