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The little face in the middle getting a facial is, of course, all the little children whooter is out whiteknighting trying to save by having them sent to programs because public schools aren't safe anymore and parents need breathing room to learn how to read from a script to parent over a phone for a few months before the terrified child-bot comes back, granted they can afford it. Apparently people of normal means somehow manage to get by but it's purely luck and clearly they're in dire need of being sent to an RTS.

I wish I could remember when/who posted that someone felt all teens should get locked up in a RTS to deal with issues in their lives just because, I think it's relevant or something. I should also embellish this paragraph a bit more before I wax rude, perverse and recalling of the ways of the gookin - for he is the father, I am the son, and when we eat kimchi the holy ghost comes out and lingers a while in stagnant air; better keep a window open.

Anyway, nothing, who art in nothing, nothing by my name, says that Reuben should put up or shut up and give us a contact number so we can report him to the shitty poster's abuse hotline and then threaten to expose him for jerking his greasy dick to cuckolding porn on the fan-upload section of some AB/DL slash fiction page about Captain Planet and Ronald Reagan.

:sue: :sue: :sue: :sue: :sue: :sue: :sue: :sue: :sue: :sue: :sue: :sue:

We'd all love to know.

While we're at it do you still have notes about all the rumors for the other posters?



ITT they try to defend themselves on a rational, fact-based logical basis without anyone trolling them or cajoling them or trying to harass them. If they say something nonsensical, I break it down and refute it and they try again.


Cliffs notes: I've been busy in school, I graduate in may and after I do a few contracts and get some money in my pocket I'll have the resources to go travel, protest, pick people up, bla bla bla. Oh and I'll be able to fabricate anything useful, like signs or roadblocks. Mwahhaa. Furthermore my trade means I can basically pick when I do or do not work.

I haven't been here in a long time and it seems as if whooter finally left, and some... cross pollination has occurred between the new wave of 'anonymous' and fornits, at least to the tune of one poster. whee.

So, besides Psy owning Benchmark, what's actually been done while I've been busy? Just wondering.


Ok, lets see? Why do I wish we had sex ed instead of abstinence bullshit?


Thats right. They come in SIZES. I never knew that. I just thought having your head smashed down was part of the game, so to speak. I thought the magnums were just so men could compensate.

Man, I was wrong. I wish I had fucking learned this instead of having to eventually get exasperated and complain about it to a chick who was kind enough to tell me.

Nothing will come of this. Unless we make a huge stink about it.

Someone should un-support the troops and say jesus was gay or something and then people will listen.

The Troubled Teen Industry / We need to put shit up on!
« on: March 04, 2008, 07:55:52 PM »

Yep. A safe place to disseminate leaked top secret shit. Ho ho!

This is GOOD STUFF. We just need to add to it.

The Troubled Teen Industry / Complete, utter stupidity.
« on: March 01, 2008, 02:09:42 PM »
At work we inflated balloons for a sales event.

I mentioned pranking callers by breathing in the Helium. I got lectured by a 48 year old mother who is a coworker about the dangers of Helium. I should also mention this took place within Florida's boundaries.

Well, thats it. No need for a punchline. Just... Wow.

I've noticed myself, lots of other people here I won't call out, and certain people with a similar past to me or just personality types often have a NEED for sex... as a means to communicate. And for people to understand their feelings and to be with them, its necessary. Not just for the sake of 'getting laid' or something carnal, but because thats really the only way to let your guard down, be close, and show your feelings.

I was just making this thread for the people out there who know what I'm talking about, is all.

Lets try to keep this clean, shall we, folks?

Some of you might think Ursus is a mild mannered, albeit smelly advocate and researcher for our cause.

However, Stephen Colbert has not been telling us for no reason to put bears on notice!

Do not let your children talk to Ursus or ANY bear, they might be eaten!

« on: February 02, 2008, 08:01:40 PM »

I think we need to do something to them. Yanno, ask them to explain themselves.

I want to hear them try to intimidate me back. Hah.

Someone should ask these hospitals sometime.

Or get people to volunteer to go in with a prior DX to prove a point....

The Troubled Teen Industry / Ban TheWho?
« on: January 24, 2008, 04:13:37 PM »
A while ago, TheWho was banned. Then, someone let him back. This has made a lot of people very angry and been widely regarded as a bad move.

As it stands now, he derails conversations, lies, manipulates, twists, and generally does everything a program has ever accused a child of doing. More specifically, he passive-aggressively (or even overtly) attacks and harasses posters, has mocked survivors for the 'laughable' abuse they went through, completely hijacks threads,  and after being debunked and proven wrong, he acts as if it all never happened, putting on a show for any newcomer to fornits so he can suck them in, make us look bad to the new person, and defend his industry (and paycheck) and maybe even send a child off to a program, all while speaking FOR his daughter about how 'good it all was' after his pet program and its attached wilderness breakdown camp got debunked months ago.

I reason that he's being nothing more than an agent provocateur, preventing discussion and forcing us to (repetitiously) address him, resorting to lies and bullshit to try to convince people of his employer's positions (and opinions) which are known to be false or simply nonsensical, and in general his presence is not adding anything to fornits or helping anyone in any way except for his employers.

Some say even if he is representing a program or the industry, it is still 'free speech' and that he is sucking in families and kids to the industry is acceptable as long as free speech is protected.

I'll let the posters cast their votes.

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Bush had tears in his eyes during an hour-long tour of Israel's Holocaust memorial Friday and told Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice that the U.S. should have bombed Auschwitz to halt the killing, the memorial's chairman said.

Bush emerged from a tour of the Yad Vashem memorial calling it a "sobering reminder" that evil must be resisted, and praising victims for not losing their faith.

Wearing a yarmulke, Bush placed a red-white-and-blue wreath on a stone slab that covers ashes of Holocaust victims taken from six extermination camps. He also lit a torch memorializing the victims.

Bush was visibly moved as he toured the site, said Yad Vashem's chairman, Avner Shalev.

"Twice, I saw tears well up in his eyes," Shalev said.

At one point, Bush viewed aerial photos of the Auschwitz camp taken during the war by U.S. forces and called Rice over to discuss why the American government had decided against bombing the site, Shalev said.

"We were talking about the often-discussed 'Could the United States have done more by bombing the train tracks?'" Rice told reporters later aboard Air Force One. "And so we were just talking about the various explanations that had been given about why that might not have been done."

The Allies had detailed reports about Auschwitz during the war from Polish partisans and escaped prisoners. But they chose not to bomb the camp, the rail lines leading to it, or any of the other Nazi death camps, preferring instead to focus all resources on the broader military effort, a decision that became the subject of intense controversy years later.

Between 1.1 million and 1.5 million people were killed at the camp.

"We should have bombed it," Bush said, according to Shalev.

In the memorial's visitors' book, the president wrote simply, "God bless Israel, George Bush."

The memorial was closed to the public and under heavy guard Friday, with armed soldiers standing on top of some of the site's monuments and a police helicopter and surveillance blimp hovering in the air overhead.

"I was most impressed that people in the face of horror and evil would not forsake their God. In the face of unspeakable crimes against humanity, brave souls—young and old—stood strong for what they believe," Bush said.

"I wish as many people as possible would come to this place. It is a sobering reminder that evil exists, and a call that when evil exists we must resist it," he said.

It was Bush's second visit to the Holocaust memorial, a regular stop on the visits of foreign dignitaries. His first was in 1998, as governor of Texas. The last U.S. president to visit was Bill Clinton in 1994.

Bush, making the most extensive Mideast trip of his presidency, was accompanied on his tour by a small party that included Rice and Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert.

At the compound, overlooking a forest on Jerusalem's outskirts, Bush visited a memorial to the 1.5 million Jewish children killed in the Holocaust, featuring six candles reflected 1.5 million times in a hall of mirrors. At the site's Hall of Remembrance, he heard a cantor sing a Jewish prayer for the dead.

Shalev presented Bush with illustrations of the Bible drawn by the Jewish artist Carol Deutsch, who perished in the Holocaust.

Deutsch created the works while in hiding from the Nazis in Belgium. He was informed upon, and died in 1944 in the Buchenwald camp. After the war, his daughter Ingrid discovered that the Nazis had confiscated their furniture and valuables but had left behind a single item: a meticulously crafted wooden box adorned with a Star of David and a seven-branched menorah, containing a collection of 99 of the artist's illustrations of biblical scenes.

The originals are on display at Yad Vashem. The memorial recently decided to produce a special series of 500 replicas, the first of which was to be presented to Bush.

Debbie Deutsch-Berman, a Yad Vashem employee whose grandfather was Deutsch's brother, said she was proud that Bush would be given her relative's artwork.

"These are not just his paintings, they are his legacy, and the fact that they survived shows that as much as our enemies tried to destroy the ideas that these paintings embody, they failed," she said.

Later Friday, Bush was to wrap up his three-day visit to Israel and the Palestinian territories with a visit to Christian holy sites in Galilee before departing for Kuwait, the next stop on his Mideast tour.

Open Free for All / The year of the rat... and I turn 24 this year!
« on: January 10, 2008, 11:54:34 PM »
8-)  :wink: I'm not just a rat, I'm a WOOD RAT. I kinda like how it fits my personality.

I also like how this seems to be my year so far... heh heh.


(In other news Im also a Sagittarius by the greek zodiac, to a T, and drunk!)

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