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What does an Iraqi man say?

Postby gmb » Sat, 20 Sep 2003 01:55:34 GMT

The man from Allah-mo.

Re: What does an Iraqi man say?

Postby PsykoPat » Sat, 20 Sep 2003 11:46:08 GMT

"gmb" < XXXX@XXXXX.COM > escribien el mensaje


>> The man from Allah-mo.

Jesus says, I cannot operate on this man as he is not my father.

PsykoPat



Re: What does an Iraqi man say?

Postby gmb » Mon, 22 Sep 2003 09:26:22 GMT



>>>> The man from Allah-mo.
>> 
>> Jesus says, I cannot operate on this man as he is not my father.
>> 
>> PsykoPat

Reality is a question of time..... and money. And.... skills.
Right? So AI can take away the skills, and we can have left:
time..... and money. And arts. And culture. And religion. And
hobbies. And we can go to places. Drive a car. Go dancing.
Uhm.... {*filter*}. And.... go to hell.

Ha ha ha

Jorge

Re: What does an Iraqi man say?

Postby gmb » Mon, 22 Sep 2003 09:32:28 GMT






>>>>>> The man from Allah-mo.
>>>>
>>>> Jesus says, I cannot operate on this man as he is not my father.
>>>>
>>>> PsykoPat
>> 
>> Reality is a question of time..... and money. And.... skills.
>> Right? So AI can take away the skills, and we can have left:
>> time..... and money. And arts. And culture. And religion. And
>> hobbies. And we can go to places. Drive a car. Go dancing.
>> Uhm.... {*filter*}. And.... go to hell.
>> 
>> Ha ha ha
>> 
>> Jorge

I can sit in the quiet village. Listen to the deep bells of 
the church every hour. Listen to the sound and smell of the 
pigs. I come home and my shoes are full of mud. I hear the
chicken at 6 am. If reality is a question of time, and money,
I will soon get busy and won't even notice these things.
Uhm. Bong................Bong..................Bong...........
Am I totally crazy?

George

Re: What does an Iraqi man say?

Postby gmb » Mon, 22 Sep 2003 09:35:33 GMT





>>>>>>>> The man from Allah-mo.
>>>>>>
>>>>>> Jesus says, I cannot operate on this man as he is not my father.
>>>>>>
>>>>>> PsykoPat
>>>>
>>>> Reality is a question of time..... and money. And.... skills.
>>>> Right? So AI can take away the skills, and we can have left:
>>>> time..... and money. And arts. And culture. And religion. And
>>>> hobbies. And we can go to places. Drive a car. Go dancing.
>>>> Uhm.... {*filter*}. And.... go to hell.
>>>>
>>>> Ha ha ha
>>>>
>>>> Jorge
>> 
>> I can sit in the quiet village. Listen to the deep bells of
>> the church every hour. Listen to the sound and smell of the
>> pigs. I come home and my shoes are full of mud. I hear the
>> chicken at 6 am. If reality is a question of time, and money,
>> I will soon get busy and won't even notice these things.
>> Uhm. Bong................Bong..................Bong...........
>> Am I totally crazy?
>> 
>> George

Everybody together: If I were a rich.... man..................

Re: What does an Iraqi man say?

Postby gmb » Mon, 22 Sep 2003 09:53:46 GMT






>>>>>>>>>> The man from Allah-mo.
>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>> Jesus says, I cannot operate on this man as he is not my father.
>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>> PsykoPat
>>>>>>
>>>>>> Reality is a question of time..... and money. And.... skills.
>>>>>> Right? So AI can take away the skills, and we can have left:
>>>>>> time..... and money. And arts. And culture. And religion. And
>>>>>> hobbies. And we can go to places. Drive a car. Go dancing.
>>>>>> Uhm.... {*filter*}. And.... go to hell.
>>>>>>
>>>>>> Ha ha ha
>>>>>>
>>>>>> Jorge
>>>>
>>>> I can sit in the quiet village. Listen to the deep bells of
>>>> the church every hour. Listen to the sound and smell of the
>>>> pigs. I come home and my shoes are full of mud. I hear the
>>>> chicken at 6 am. If reality is a question of time, and money,
>>>> I will soon get busy and won't even notice these things.
>>>> Uhm. Bong................Bong..................Bong...........
>>>> Am I totally crazy?
>>>>
>>>> George
>> 
>> Everybody together: If I were a rich.... man..................

We don't need no education... 
bam ba rah bam..... bam ba rah bam..
We don't need no, thought control...
bam ba rah pam..... bam ba rah bam..

Dongndndndndndn Oh, teacher! leave those kids alone....

Re: What does an Iraqi man say?

Postby gmb » Mon, 22 Sep 2003 10:23:45 GMT







>>>>>>>>>>>> The man from Allah-mo.
>>>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>>> Jesus says, I cannot operate on this man as he is not my father.
>>>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>>> PsykoPat
>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>> Reality is a question of time..... and money. And.... skills.
>>>>>>>> Right? So AI can take away the skills, and we can have left:
>>>>>>>> time..... and money. And arts. And culture. And religion. And
>>>>>>>> hobbies. And we can go to places. Drive a car. Go dancing.
>>>>>>>> Uhm.... {*filter*}. And.... go to hell.
>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>> Ha ha ha
>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>> Jorge
>>>>>>
>>>>>> I can sit in the quiet village. Listen to the deep bells of
>>>>>> the church every hour. Listen to the sound and smell of the
>>>>>> pigs. I come home and my shoes are full of mud. I hear the
>>>>>> chicken at 6 am. If reality is a question of time, and money,
>>>>>> I will soon get busy and won't even notice these things.
>>>>>> Uhm. Bong................Bong..................Bong...........
>>>>>> Am I totally crazy?
>>>>>>
>>>>>> George
>>>>
>>>> Everybody together: If I were a rich.... man..................
>> 
>> We don't need no education...
>> bam ba rah bam..... bam ba rah bam..
>> We don't need no, thought control...
>> bam ba rah pam..... bam ba rah bam..
>> 
>> Dongndndndndndn Oh, teacher! leave those kids alone....

The smell of the bread (village-made). (deep snip)

I worked hard today...................... I am hungry. 

The smell of smoked......................... cheese.

Re: What does an Iraqi man say?

Postby PsykoPat » Tue, 23 Sep 2003 07:53:34 GMT

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Jesus sayed, my father cannot operate on this lake to turn it into bread or
cheese as it is not his piece of cake to do so.
But I could try and turn it into Tequila (watch out for the conversion
process, George).

PsychoPat



Re: What does an Iraqi man say?

Postby gmb » Wed, 24 Sep 2003 14:02:10 GMT





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If anyone, the martir and priest is you Pat. I wouldn't be
surprised if you could turn a lake into Tequila one day. No
wonder you are trying to remain so realistic. Release those
powers of yours and... big trouble, dude. 3rd testament and
stuff.

George

Re: What does an Iraqi man say?

Postby gmb » Wed, 24 Sep 2003 14:11:45 GMT

mb wrote:
> > > If anyone, the martir and priest is you Pat. I wouldn't be> > surprised if you could turn a lake into Tequila one day. No> > wonder you are trying to remain so realistic. Release those> > powers of yours and... big trouble, dude. 3rd testament and> > stuff.> > > > George

Of well, the party is pooped. Darn.

Re: What does an Iraqi man say?

Postby gmb » Wed, 24 Sep 2003 23:03:33 GMT

mb wrote:
> > > Of well, the party is pooped. Darn.

If you ask me, it seems to me Bush does anything to extend,
twist the situation, than doing the right thing in Iraq.

George

Re: What does an Iraqi man say?

Postby gmb » Wed, 24 Sep 2003 23:22:01 GMT

mb wrote:
> > > If you ask me, it seems to me Bush does anything to extend,> > twist the situation, than doing the right thing in Iraq.> > > > George

This war was so disgusting, nobody wants to have anything to
do with it at UN. UN drafting a constitution? Bush, what have
you done!? <-<

Re: What does an Iraqi man say?

Postby gmb » Wed, 24 Sep 2003 23:33:47 GMT

mb wrote:
> > > This war was so disgusting, nobody wants to have anything to> > do with it at UN. UN drafting a constitution? Bush, what have> > you done!? <-<

An oil man raging war with a dictator in an oil country.
What's wrong with you? <-<

Re: What does an Iraqi man say?

Postby gmb » Wed, 24 Sep 2003 23:35:41 GMT

mb wrote:
> > > An oil man raging war with a dictator in an oil country.> > What's wrong with you? <-<

I am going to faint now.

Re: What does an Iraqi man say?

Postby localfolk » Wed, 24 Sep 2003 23:48:07 GMT

<mushroom cloud snip>

It's...

It's kind of like haiku--but...

I'd call it "psychu".

What is the sound of one hand clapping?    "gmb"

-JH

My cat has taken to sitting in the middle of the floor,
crying out like a damsel tied to the tracks.  She'll
sit and cry and cry until someone comes and picks
her up.  Could she be reacting to her environment?


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