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» Great Screencapture on the Bush Disaster from Oliver Thylmann's Blog
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» The Truth Police from The Newest Industry
Count on SkyNews to bring you an unintended laugh.
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Tracked on Sep 12, 2005 2:21:53 PM
Nice to see some honestly from the media!
September 12, 2005 at 09:57 AM
Another honest pic here.
Zoli Erdos |
September 12, 2005 at 10:38 AM
Too bad 55% of Americans won't get it.
September 12, 2005 at 02:36 PM
I guess this is funny, if that is your persuation.
However, for someone whose business sense I respect so much, to post this definately lowers my opinion of you in my eyes.
It is a tough situation in the gulf, and we need to work together, not be snarky. Read what has happened in detail and your glib and disrespect looks very common.
September 12, 2005 at 03:14 PM
Tom's comment is funny; this post actually elevated Fred in my opinion - I guess one of the benefits of mixing our personalities with our commercial pursuits online is that you won't have to wonder what your colleagues are thinking anymore - and that we'll be able to choose to work with folk who we are truly compatible with. In comparison with the fake, "safe", sterile sameness of most corporate boardrooms, I welcome the reality that Web2.0 brings. Plus, Bush is such a looser that it's well beyond the point of hurting your career to sat so - and probably only one step from being the mainstream bandwagon ...
David Gibbons |
September 12, 2005 at 05:27 PM
That is an interesting perspective. Of course, you may have a great point. Even in disagreement we all learn a great deal!
September 12, 2005 at 05:33 PM
Bush has been terrible for the country. He and his administration have mismanaged just about everything except corporate handouts. It's sad that the picture above is so appropriate. Everyone wants Bush to be better because we want America to be better. Sorry to see you're so shortsighted and political, Tom.
charlie crystle |
September 12, 2005 at 08:30 PM
Tom, this is about soooooo much more than just Katrina....
Zoli Erdos |
September 12, 2005 at 08:31 PM
He is so philosophical. I never know what this guy will say or do next. Between him and his wife and mom, they are digging a pretty deep hole, at many peoples expense.
Check out the photo I found, it tells a bigger picture story.
Jim Larrison |
September 12, 2005 at 09:58 PM
You lost ... twice. Get over it or do something about it next election cycle. Whining is most unbecoming and makes you sound like ... well ... a looser.
September 13, 2005 at 09:21 AM
This posting by you is not relevant or useful.
All you do is alienate half your audience.
Martin Zacarias |
September 13, 2005 at 09:37 AM
absolutely is it is more than Katrina. However, in the political arena, there are winners and losers. The democrats opinion has been losing ground rapidly outside of the coasts. They are losing the battle of ideas, and that is why they (you) are so frustrated.
I understand this, but it will not change reality. For 50 years the Democrats controled the legislature. They had many ideas that worked, and many more that failed.
Now it is the Republicans turn.
I am enjoying this, lets keep it as polite as we can.
September 13, 2005 at 09:56 AM
So, just staying within the realm of business, do those Bush supporters support an administration that 1) supports teaching mythology (i.e., ID) as science; 2) killed gov't funding of one of the most promising biotech technologies (i.e., fetal stem cell research); and 3) tossed out NCLB without fully funding it; 4) has done nothing regarding promoting the creation of more engineeers, and in fact has made it harder for foreign nationals to come to the country to study and to stay? What will this do to US competitiveness over the next 50 years? Though this may seem an inappropriate forum for political discussion, I think it is particularly appropriate, given that the audience here is clearly both business literate and politically literate, and that is rare for a blog. I'm with Tom, thought, this can be fun, if kept civil. And I know that's hard....
September 13, 2005 at 12:15 PM
It's like this. Bush is a public servant. He is our employee. When an employee consistantly fucks up, what do you do? You bring it up in management meetings, and hopefully find a way to help him improve. Or you cut to the chase and just fire his lame ass. When we point out his obvious shortcomings, we're not whining, we're concerned citizens with a very reasonable agenda.
The economy is headed toward disaster. The war is immoral and founded on lies. And now another monserous fuck up.
September 13, 2005 at 02:26 PM
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