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Monday, September 24, 2007

Next career stop for Bush

Operations manager for this outfit down in Houston.

Comments (11)

Is that the same NY Times who gave a cut rate deal to MoveOn.org for the Petreous-Betrayus ad?

What a credible paper!

oooh, a RNC talking point to distract from the real issue. how original.

how about "the same NYT that cheney used to support to the white house's assertion that iraq had WMDs"

you're right, what a credible paper.

won't work. he can't pronounce "nuclear".

Who's more competent: Homer Simpson or George W. Bush?

Who's more competent: Homer Simpson or George W. Bush?

George W. Bush beat the D's in two Presidential elections. If he's such a dummy, what does that make the D's?

Smart people who were defeated by a dummy.

Bush in charge of that?

How long until Houston is enveloped in a radioactive fallout footprint?

It's the new oil. Perhaps they can store the waste underground on the Bush ranch? We now turn from the insoluble problem of global warming to indissoluble radioactive earth. How will mother nature respond to this one-two punch? Oh well, it's our grandchildren's problem eh?

Smart people who were defeated by a dummy.

Some of those "smart" people had to vote for him too...

Nerds to Auction Themselves to Women, By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS, September 25, 2007

PULLMAN, Wash. (AP) -- Looking to recruit more women, and perhaps date some sorority girls, the largest computer club at Washington State University hopes to hold a ''nerd auction.'' The idea is to trade their computer skills to sorority girls in exchange for a makeover and, possibly, a date.

''You can buy a nerd and he'll fix your computer, help you with stats homework, or if you're really adventurous, take you to dinner!'' Ben Ford, president of the Linux Users Group, said on its Web site recently.

Ford acknowledged that some of the group's 213 registered members may not be ready for the auction block.

''The problem is that we're all still nerds. Let's face it, guys. If anyone's going to bid on us, we'll need some spicing up,'' he wrote. ''And who better to help with that than sorority girls who like nothing better than ...'' ? ? ? ?

Uhm ... how's he gonna do that from his new digs in Paraguay? Oh, wait, he could telecommute via the internets! Duh.

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