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since I’m in that kind of mood

Tornado’s actually Iraqi Weapons of Mass Destruction

By Gil Le Bell (5/19/2003)

EGI has learned that the bulk of Iraq’s military budget for weapons of mass destruction revolved around the creation of weather control devices. EGI now believes that these weapons have moved out of the research arena and are now fully operational.

Fox News is reporting Nearly 400 Twisters Set U.S. Tornado Record Last Week The only logical reason for the large number of tornado’s is that the Iraqi government has succeeded in developing the weather control weapon. Besides the ability to create and target tornados at will, EGI believes that the El Nino’s of recent years were simply trial runs for the Iraqi weapon.

For additional proof that the Iraqi government is capable of causing mass destruction with this weapon, one need look no further than the North East of the United States. As the US government was preparing to attack Iraq, the northeast was buried under the worst blizzards in a century. Furthermore, as the US Army was approaching the Iraqi capital, they ran into terrible sand storms. There is no other reasonable explanation for timing and placement of the sand storms.

The big concern now is that either members of the ousted Iraqi government are launching additional attacks with the weapon, or worse, that the weapon is running with no one controlling it. If this is the case, we can be certain of a large number of hurricanes hitting the east coast and possibly George W. Bush’s home state of Texas.

Friday – iPod Random 10 + 1

  1. Am I Right (Erasure)
  2. Come Monday (Jimmy Buffet)
  3. Suave and Suffocated (Ned’s Atomic Dustbin)
  4. Main Attraction (The Outfield)
  5. Tora! Tora! Tora! (Depeche Mode)
  6. Cry Little Sister [Theme From The Lost Boys] (Gerald McMann)
  7. You Might Think (The Cars)
  8. Sacred (Depeche Mode)
  9. Drown In My Own Tears (Smithereens)
  10. I Don’t Like Mondays (The Boomtown Rats)
  11. Kick (INXS)

Cynthia Davis:
Still Pro-Cancer

I must be masochistic, because I continue to read emails from Cynthia Davis.

Next week we are likely to be debating a bill that will create a mandatory HPV vaccine program for every sixth grade girl (ages 11-12) in the state. HPV is a sexually transmitted disease that cannot be caught by any other means.

Uh, the jury is still out

While some people think that this would make our state better, others feel this is a gross encroachment upon Missouri families and an overstepping of our government. I fall into the latter camp, and here is why.

The philosophy behind this bill is that parents are not intelligent enough to know how to raise their own children, so we need government to make morality based medical decisions for them.

Kind of like we do with Measles and other childhood vaccines you mean?

You can be sure that most parents are smart enough to know what is in the best interest of their own child. This proposal is, at the least, insulting to the good parents of Missouri who are fully capable of knowing what vaccines to be putting into their own children’s bodies. I trust the parents.

Would you give it to your own children Cynthia? No? So much for trusting parents to do what is best for their children. Continue reading Cynthia Davis:
Still Pro-Cancer

Hindu’s – The new prudes?

Have the Hindu’s of the world decided that they were tired of the Christians being the worlds biggest prudes? First it was the getting thrown in jail for getting married[1][2]. Now we have this:

JAIPUR, India (Reuters) — An Indian court ordered the arrest of Hollywood star Richard Gere on Thursday for kissing Bollywood actress Shilpa Shetty at an AIDS awareness event this month saying it was an obscene act committed in public.

Gere’s repeated kisses on Shetty’s cheeks at an event to promote AIDS awareness in New Delhi sparked protests in some parts of India, mostly by Hindu vigilante groups, who saw it as an outrage against her modesty and an affront to Indian culture.

The order by a court in the northern city of Jaipur came in response to a complaint by a local lawyer.

The judge watched a video recording of Gere kissing Shetty and found him guilty of violating Indian laws against public obscenity, the lawyer, Poonam Chand Bhandari, said.

The really strange part is that I always thought Richard Gere was gay.