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March 10, 2006

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Seems to me that a dog could do that sniffing thing and dogs are fairly cheap to keep. Plus I trust dogs a hell of sight more than the government

Hello, 1984!

Why do magicians hate our freedoms?

Why do other Americans hate our freedoms!

Can we impeach the asshole now?

How about now?

Now?

I have decided to succumb to the pressure, Can't Beat'em? Join'em!

Blogenfreude: off topic, but have you ever considered google bombing Bill O'Reilly?

Over at Smart Bitches, they have successfully google bombed Bill Napoli. Do a google on Bill Napoli -- check it out.

I guess you'll just have to get used to giving your ass a good scratching before you go down. These dickheads must love the smell of shit so the machines are bound to respond positively.

Did you say 'sniffing?' I smell a rat! M

If your fingers have nothing to hide, what's the worry?

Besides, just be grateful the "Pull My Finger" machine has yet to be introduced.

I would suggest coating your fingers in this new fragrance before getting cash at the ATM.

Damn, dude, you're bringing out the paranoid schizo in me!! Screeeech!

Those machines won't last long if they smell some of the fingers on the train riders in San Francisco. And, yeah, that means YOU, Mr. Pooter in the MUNI, on the off chance that you may be reading this!

Oy, close quarters, close quarters ...

Ewwwww....EWWWWWWWW! I've seen how some of these folks pick at their underwear! EWWWWWWWWWWWWW!!!!!!!!!!!!

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