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   PoliticsThe 2004 Bigmouth Election Challenge


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To: EL KABONG!!! who wrote (574)11/4/2005 6:36:34 AM
From: Quahog
of 588
 
Doh!!

I probably should sit out of betting on national events for a little while.....although.....

anybody know the line on whether Bush finishes his full term

JUST KIDDING!!

<wink>

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To: Quahog who wrote (576)11/4/2005 8:00:38 AM
From: Bill Ulrich
of 588
 
Well, there was an SI Wet T-Shirt contest whilst you were away...

"Did I miss anything?"

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To: Quahog who wrote (577)11/4/2005 11:09:52 AM
From: Jorj X Mckie
of 588
 
Welcome back Fritz!!!

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To: Quahog who wrote (569)11/4/2005 12:50:38 PM
From: Rainy_Day_Woman
of 588
 
YOU'RE BACK!!!!!!

you have been sorely missed suh

and do no leave us again!

btw, how could you stand being away from us for a whole year?

:D

also a long smoootch back at ya

[I've never smoootched before]

I like it

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To: Jorj X Mckie who wrote (579)11/10/2005 7:17:17 PM
From: Quahog
of 588
 
Thanks, Mr. Balls, it's good to be back.

Although, I am so in the habit of not posting that I keep forgetting that it is okay to respond to new messages.

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To: Rainy_Day_Woman who wrote (580)11/10/2005 7:28:12 PM
From: Quahog
of 588
 
I have to say, the hardest part of not posting was reading about your Dad's hardships during the hurricane and not offering you some kind of verbal support. His story was incredible, and reading through it all I couldn't figure out how a guy could be lucky enough (1) to have made it through that disaster AND (2) to have a daughter as committed and able as you to help him after his evacuation.

Okay, enough of this serious stuff. Let's get back to the smooooootching!

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To: MulhollandDrive who wrote (567)11/10/2005 7:39:58 PM
From: Quahog
of 588
 
That's the problem with being the guy who makes up the bet, you kind of have to stick to it even if nobody else does.

And, as for the "What Number" game, there is still no winner. Only 788 numbers left!!!

I really have to figure out a way to look through my old PM's. When I first started the game I PM'd the number to myself in case I forgot it. I think I still remember it, but.....better safe than sorry.

So, what's new? Has the real estate bubble burst yet? Around here it seems to be standing still, or maybe slowly deflating a little. Hard to tell, because although the for sale signs are staying up a lot longer, I think a lot of that has to do with "irrational exuberance" on the sellers' part rather than any big changes in the market.

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To: Quahog who wrote (582)11/14/2005 1:08:49 PM
From: Rainy_Day_Woman
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that is sweetness

[no wonder why we missed him]

all you want to do is smoooootch smoooootch smoooootch!

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From: Quahog2/15/2008 10:35:12 PM
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I heart Barack Hussein Obama, Jr.

I used to heart Dennis Kucinich, but now I want to punch him him in the head.

I never hearted George W. Bush, and I still think he is simple-minded and narcissistic (not a good combination), but I don't want to punch him in the head.
He is the President after all.

But, if I had access to a time machine, I would go back to 1963 and, after watching him practice one of his high school cheerleader routines, I'd have to give some serious thought to bopping him one in the nose.

Then, years later as I watched him on TV sending three thousand American kids to their bloody deaths, I would at least have the satisfaction of knowing that I once punched him in the nose.

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From: Quahog9/3/2008 3:04:05 PM
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Losing this bet was one of the best things that ever happened to me, insofar as it made me understand that approximately half of the voting population of the United States perceived the world differently than I, and disagreed with truths I had thought to have been self evident.

How humbling.

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