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Looks like he got himself a tapeworm.

Here's a transcript of his speech;

You American people, my speech to you is the best way to avoid another conflict about the war and its reasons and results. I am telling you security is an important pillar of human life. And free people don't let go of their security contrary to Bush's claims that we hate freedom. He should tell us why we didn't hit Sweden for instance. Its known that those who hate freedom don't have dignified souls.like the 19 who were blessed. But we fought you because we are free people, we don't sleep on our oppression. We want to regain the freedom of our Muslim nation as you spill our security, we spill your security.

I am so surprised by you. Although we are in the fourth year after the events of Sept 11, Bush is still practicing distortion and misleading on you, and obscuring the main reasons and therefore the reasons are still existing to repeat what happened before. I will tell you the reasons behind theses incidents.

I will be honest with you on the moment when the decision was taken to understand. We never thought of hitting the towers. But after we were so fed up, and we saw the oppression of the American Israeli coalition on our people in Palestine and Lebanon, it came to my mind and the incidents that really touched me directly goes back to 1982 and the following incidents. When the US permitted the Israelis to invade Lebanon with the assistance of the 6th fleet. In these hard moments, it occurred to me so many meanings I cant explain but it resulted in a general feeling of rejecting oppression and gave me a hard determination to punish the oppressors. While I was looking at the destroyed towers in Lebanon, it came to my mind to punish the oppressor the same way and destroy towers in the US to get a taste of what they tasted, and quit killing our children and women.

We didn't find difficulty dealing with Bush and his administration due to the similarity of his regime and the regimes in our countries. Whish half of them are ruled by military and the other half by sons of kings and presidents and our experience with them is long. Both parties are arrogant and stubborn and the greediness and taking money without right and that similarity appeared during the visits of Bush to the region while people from our side were impressed by the US and hoped that these visits would influence our countries. Here he is being influenced by these regimes, Royal and military. And was feeling jealous they were staying for decades in power stealing the nations finances without anybody overseeing them. So he transferred the oppression of freedom and tyranny to his son and they call it the Patriot Law to fight terrorism. He was bright in putting his sons as governors in states and he didn't forget to transfer his experience from the rulers of our region to Florida to falsify elections to benefit from it in critical times.

We agreed with Mohamed Atta, god bless him, to execute the whole operation in 20 minutes. Before Bush and his administration would pay attention and we never thought that the high commander of the US armies would leave 50 thousand of his citizens in both towers to face the horrors by themselves when they most needed him because it seemed to distract his attention from listening to the girl telling him about her goat butting was more important than paying attention to airplanes butting the towers which gave us three times the time to execute the operation thank god.

Your security is not in the hands of Kerry or Bush or Al Qaeda. Your security is in your hands. Each state that doesn't mess with our security has automatically secured their security.

What do you make of it? The first thing I noticed, aside from the distinct feeling that is on the same DNC email list that I am, was that he didn't have his fatigues on and wasn't carrying his trusty AK-47. Also no clips of super-scary terrorist ninjas jumping through hoops of fire or kicking in the doors of mud huts. This, in othr words, is a political speech. He wants his say, if it's really him. He's trying to frame himself as the political leader of the terrorists in Iraq. Notice the "our country" line. What country? The PA? Sorry baby, ol' Fishface may be sick, but he still owns that house. Afganistan? Hmmm, nope, sorry again, didn't see you on the ballot. Iraq? Hey! There ya go, Naderize that country! You've got time to get your write in canidacy going, but it's probably not such a good idea to keep killing the police.

OK, don't have time to finish, kids are freaking out. Short version. This is a grab for political legitamacy by OBL, and I think it's frightening how much of the rhetoric of the "mainstream" left used during this election he can use to promote his case. That alone should give you an idea of where the other side stands.

Oh, and watch for a HUGE boom in Iraq today or tomorrow. Hope I'm wrong on that one.

Swift Geese?


Less than a week to go. Have fun with it.

Halloween Party


Saturday night we went to a Haloween Party at the kids school. The older two prmptly disappeared into the swirling mass of sugar fueled mayhem, so no pictures of those two. Here's the Beast and Skippy, who's a duck. Really, you have to look closely.

Sandy and patrick

I'm a duck

K-Tel Classics


Really need one of those hard-to-find K-Tel Classics? Order them here!

the aadams family

Vote For Me!


If you go by SAT score, I'm smarter than both of them, even with the scoring adjusted. So vote for me!

Who won again?


Remember Michael J Nelson from MST3k? He was watching baseball the other night.

Har Har

A 'Real Job'?


This was a mistake. Someone should have that woman call me at my "real job" and then call my wife at home. Figure out who's more stressed, who's got more responsibility.

Quick point, just look at which one of us blogs.

Fraternal Order of Police - Press Release


Umm- har har. No seriously,
Har, Har. It's gonna catch up with him someday.

Wup, I'm Messed up.


In 1994 I was living in Marietta, GA. That year it rained from May1st to June 3rd non-stop. I remember news reports of caskets being washed down the streets of Macon from flooded cemeteries and and raw sewage flowing through the parks of Atlanta. It was so nasty that I remember scrubbing the baseboards and legs of our furniture with bleach to get the mildew off, since, being a very recent transplant from the North, I did not know that anywhere south of the Mason Dixon line, the airconditioner runs from ma 1st to october 1st non-stop, for reasons other than the heat. Every night at 11 (I was younger then) I'd watch the news to see the weather and get bombarded with 'global warming' stories. Now I'd been a global warming skeptic for a while before the floods, mainly because one of the reasons I had moved to Atlanta to begin with was the winter of '93-'94, which, for Philadelphia, was a very sucky winter. If you've ever had to drive from Villanova to Fort Washington, PA you'll know that drive sucks. If you have to do it in a suit, during an ice storm, for a job interview, well, you know why I moved. In fact, the day I left for Atlanta, the Delaware Memorial Bridge was closed due to falling ice. It was MARCH! If you have to know why I was taking the Delaware Memorial bridge to get to Atlanta when I lived in Gulph Mills, the answer is - I didn't LEAVE from Gulph Mills, get it? (Maddad hums Jersey Girl to himself). Anyway I sat on the approach to that bridge for an hour and a half, it took me fourteen hours to get to Stockbridge, GA; where it was 70 degrees at 1;30 in the morning. Thanks for the coffee Dana.

That summer, 1994 started wet, then gradually got hot as hell, as is normal in Atlanta and one night, on the news, they had a climatologist on. This guy was just back from Antarctica, where he was drilling core samples. He showed a graph of temperature variations he got from analyzing his core samples. His conclusion? From the time modern man appeared on the earth, to now theres been a pretty specific pattern of warming and cooling. We are on a warming trend, but as recently as the 1850's there was a mini ice age. Since 1850 or so, the atmosphere has become more polluted, but remember in 1815, Tambora erupted causing the 'year without a summer' due to aerosol emissions. Think about it, Tambora, Karaktoa, Pinatubo, all of them have had a larger effect on the atmosphere than all of the crap humans have put into the atmosphere ever! (Wow, thanks Google). Anyway, after the guy showed his graph charting the climate from like 10,000 BC to 1995, I was deeply skeptical of the one showing a virtually perpendicular line from 1900 to 2000 (relative to temperature). Called the "broken hockey stick" this graph charted the standard deviation in degrees Celsius from the 1961-1990 mean. It's also, evidently, full of shit.

Y'know, I may be halfway through a bottle of lousy Chardonnay. . .Hey, someone tell my Dad I finally broke open that bottle of Chardonnay he bought in August. And it sucks, well, the first couple of glasses sucked, this one's OK. I expect they'll get better from this point on. And someone tell Fox, that a blowout by the Eagles is better than a blowout by the Browns, OK? No one in Kentucky gives a crap about the freakin' Bengals. Half the state is still in mourning over the Miami loss and the other half is still gloating that Lousyville choked. Not to mention, everyone's favorite Judd was at Midnight Madness Friday. In other words,the Bengals suck, OK?

incidentally, since there's no MLB in either Louisville or Indianapolis, everyone here thinks they have to lay down for the fuckin' Reds. I'm sorry, they suck. Junior's had more DL time than Jim McMahon, and Jimmy played FOOTBALL for Christ's sake.

I'm rooting for a St. Louis/New York Series. It'll happen, but St. Louis will get blown out. Life isn't fair, and neither is the American League. DH pussies.

So, here' a gratuitous picture for friends and family, The Beast, messing with his Leap Pad.

Oh, I'm trouble.

Oh, right. That's what happened.


I'm a victim of this.

I love a good conspiracy


Especially when it involvesthis guy.

Holy Shit


Yankees stun Twins to advance to ALCS

Hey Philosphy Majors!

Guess who died? I read about it in the New York Times. If you think about that, it's pretty damn funny.

Yo Yo Yo


As I type this the Yankees are getting spanked by the Twins. I'm a little buzzed and having a great time. Today was also the last day of Fall Ball, Hayden and Gabe both lost, Gabe by only 1, Hayden by 4. Hayden got to play shortstop, which means the first inning was a lot closer than it could have been. Anyway, it's the seventh and the Yanks are down by 4. Time to put the Beast to bed. Oh yeah, I'm all sunburned to hell. Had lots to say, BEFORE I started typing. . . So a quick thanks to Dick Yuengling for making today special, and goodnight.

PS, Brendan gave me a new(er) digital camera, which means better quality lousy pictures coming up.

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A Bloom County Movie?


From Disney? Might not suck, but I doubt it.

An Idea who's time has come.


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