Re: Stupid Americans! -- Stupid... Stupid... STUPID!!! ___________ylojceq

Discussion in 'rec.bicycles.soc' started by E. Willson, Nov 7, 2004.

  1. E. Willson

    E. Willson Guest

    What wonderful place do you live in?


    [email protected] wrote:

    > You blithering idiots! You re-elected that imbecile George Bush as your President.
    > He’s a complete moron and so are most of you!
    > -
    > Don’t you care what the rest of the world thinks of you? Don’t you care what impact
    > American foreign policy has on the rest of the planet? Does Iraq look like a success
    > to anyone? Doesn’t it bother you that he’s alienated every friend you have?
    > What were you thinking???
    > -
    > Prior to this, it was American policy and the American government that was so universally
    > hated around the world. Now it's going to be 'Americans' we hate. More sympathy
    > for Bin Laden... More attacks on American institutions... More isolation. How blind
    > can you dumb rednecks in middle-America be, not to see this?
    > -
    > If you get hit again, or your economy goes into a deep depression, the American
    > people will be getting exactly what they deserve!
    > -
    > <back turned>
    > -
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    > [Ignore what follows]
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  2. Werehatrack

    Werehatrack Guest

    On Sun, 07 Nov 2004 12:45:15 -0500, "E. Willson"
    <[email protected]> wrote:

    >What wonderful place do you live in?

    Based in part on the cross-posting and in part on the random babble
    content at the end, I suspect that the poster of that rant was none
    other than the net.nuisance known as Hipcrime, or one of Hipcrime's
    many Hipclones. There has been considerable speculation about just
    where Hipcrime actually is. I don't believe that the widely
    postulated locales are likely to be correct, regardless of the basis
    for the conclusions supporting them.

    This may be the first time that Hipcrime has had something to say
    which had actual content, though. Still off topic, in any event.
    Typoes are a feature, not a bug.
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