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Taco John
03-01-2005, 10:06 AM
ROFL


Hmm elections closing in, last chance for Husseins followers to keep power.

I wonder why the attacks are increasing? Dur!

Watch a huge drop off after 1.30.05


http://www.chiefsplanet.com/BB/showpost.php?p=2235494&postcount=2


You loooooooove to dance on other people for making predictions. What say you now, Dur-boy?

Mr. Kotter
03-01-2005, 10:19 AM
He MEANT same day, but in 2006....in which case, FTR, I agree with him. ;)

Brock
03-01-2005, 10:38 AM
Are your hemorrhoids still in an uproar about your Kerry "landslide" prediction, or perhaps your vagina is still tender over your Jeff Gannon non-story?

Stinger
03-01-2005, 10:54 AM
Are your hemorrhoids still in an uproar about your Kerry "landslide" prediction, or perhaps your vagina is still tender over your Jeff Gannon non-story?

.. or the going to call it now thread the Broncos are going to the Superbowl ... the priest is done .... etc. etc. etc

Ultra Peanut
03-01-2005, 10:59 AM
I'm just posting this because I'm proud of it, really.

oldandslow
03-01-2005, 11:34 AM
Taco..

I, in some ways, echo your sentiment. I also think the Iraqi incursion is going to melt down into civil war. We had no business invading another nation on "pre-emptive grounds."

However, dancing on the backs of 125 dead people is probably not the way I would try to prove my point.

I hope I am 100% wrong in my assessment of Iraq. I hope a wonderful democracy appears and fertilizes the ground for more democracy throughout the ME.

Sometimes, I think if we all would show just a bit of humility and get rid of the "I gotcha" attitudes we could have a more productive discussion.

WilliamTheIrish
03-01-2005, 12:17 PM
I'd rather be "Right as Rain".....

Taco John
03-01-2005, 01:10 PM
However, dancing on the backs of 125 dead people is probably not the way I would try to prove my point.



So who is doing that?

Ultra Peanut
03-01-2005, 02:38 PM
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Taco John
03-01-2005, 03:05 PM
You forgot the 100 dead people... ROFL

Ultra Peanut
03-01-2005, 03:16 PM
Better?

mlyonsd
03-01-2005, 03:33 PM
This thread is worthless without numbers. It would be interesting to find a site that keeps track of the number of insurgent attacks on a daily basis.

Taco John
03-01-2005, 06:47 PM
This thread is worthless without numbers. It would be interesting to find a site that keeps track of the number of insurgent attacks on a daily basis.


ROFL


I'm pretty sure that even Russ is sensible enough to conceed he was wrong.

jcl-kcfan2
03-01-2005, 06:59 PM
Taco, what is the mean time between attacks before and after that date?

This was ONE attack, but they unfortunately got a lot of innocent people.

Taco John
03-01-2005, 07:38 PM
*nerd voice* Well if you project the ratio, and measure the circumfrence of the area in square miles, subract that by the difference between number of minutes between attacks before the election and attacks after it, and then divide that by the average number of people in attacks before and after, then you can clearly see that things are going GREAT in Iraq! */nerd voice*

KCWolfman
03-01-2005, 07:42 PM
ROFL





http://www.chiefsplanet.com/BB/showpost.php?p=2235494&postcount=2


You loooooooove to dance on other people for making predictions. What say you now, Dur-boy?
Wow, you got me there. One huge attack and over a 100 dead. You sure did earn a laugh at them at me.

I guess your ass is still sore over the Gannon thing, eh?

Stinger
03-01-2005, 07:46 PM
I guess your ass is still sore over the Gannon thing, eh?

NTTIAWWT :thailor:

KCWolfman
03-01-2005, 07:49 PM
NTTIAWWT :thailor:
Glad to see that wasn't wasted.

morphius
03-01-2005, 07:49 PM
It always amazes me when Taco of all people jumps to point out that someone else's opinion may have been wrong...

KCWolfman
03-01-2005, 07:51 PM
It always amazes me when Taco of all people jumps to point out that someone else's opinion may have been wrong...
Yeah, kinda like Anna Nicole calling someone else a gold digger.

Taco John
03-01-2005, 07:53 PM
Wow, you got me there. One huge attack and over a 100 dead. You sure did earn a laugh at them at me.

I guess your ass is still sore over the Gannon thing, eh?



Bah. The only thing I did was put a timer in my Outlook for March 1 when you made that prediction. You can demagogue all you want and say that I'm dancing on their graves, or laughing at their expense... But people who are not moonbat extremists know that I'm laughing at you and your bullheaded naivitey.

And the idea that this is the only large attack since the election is ignorant (http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/6874656/)


The good news is that a US Commander says that the size of the insurgency is starting to shrink (http://abcnews.go.com/International/wireStory?id=542673), but given the truth record of the government, you kind of have to take it for what it's worth. Especially when he says "there's probably a lot of room for interpretation in the numbers of the insurgency."

Taco John
03-01-2005, 07:54 PM
It always amazes me when Taco of all people jumps to point out that someone else's opinion may have been wrong...


That's pretty much what I think when Russ points out someone may have been wrong.

KCWolfman
03-01-2005, 10:12 PM
That's pretty much what I think when Russ points out someone may have been wrong.
The sound of one ass crapping.

Michael Michigan
03-02-2005, 01:38 AM
The sound of one ass crapping.

If one ass craps in the forest and no one is around to hear it, does it make a sound?

Pants
03-02-2005, 01:42 AM
I never got that, of course it makes a sound. Why does it matter whether someone heard it? Just because we never saw a planet somewhere in space, doesn't mean it's not there.

Ultra Peanut
03-02-2005, 02:18 AM
I never got that, of course it makes a sound. Why does it matter whether someone heard it? Just because we never saw a planet somewhere in space, doesn't mean it's not there.These jokes may be right up your alley:

It seems there was this traveling salesman, and while on the road one night, he decided it was time he bedded down for an evening's rest. As there were no motels (or anything of the kind) nearby, he stopped at the most likely candidate, which was a farmhouse sitting, as they say, in the middle of nowhere. Knocking on its door, he was greeted by a friendly, elderly farmer who was all too sympathetic to the plight of a weary traveler. A benevolent old man, he offered the traveling salesman a bed for the night at no cost at all.

"But," said the farmer, "there are conditions. Your room is at the end of the hall. In this same hall are three doors, and sleeping behind each of these doors are one of my three nubile daughters, who are all ludicrously attractive and very horny. You must absolutely not sleep with any of them, or there will be consequences." And with that, he bade the salesman good night.

That night, as the salesman walked down the hall (having needed to use the restroom), he paused outside the first door. It had been some time since he'd had the intimate company of a woman, and it certainly would be nice, he thought, to frolic nude with some girl. But then he stopped to consider the generosity of the old man, whose sole request had been that he exercise a modicum of self-control. And also, he reasoned, he did not have any condoms on him, and he did not wish to impregnate a girl or catch a sexually transmitted disease. Nodding to himself, he continued down the hall and went to sleep.

In the morning, he thanked the old farmer for his kindness again, brushed his teeth, and headed on his way, waving a fond goodbye as he did.

***

A priest, a minister and a rabbi are playing golf. They keep their discussion light, not really getting into serious theological issues. Though they have all chosen different paths in life, they are old friends and their golf game is an important part of their respective schedules. The air is still as the rabbi tees off. As the golf ball sails into the air, the cawing of a distant blackbird can be heard.

A sense of anticipation builds as the ball approaches the hole, and then it hits the ground and rolls in. The rabbi makes a celebratory gesture, having hit a hole in one.

"Wow, very nice," says the priest.

"Agreed," says the minister. "Excellent shot."

The rabbi smiles as his friends pat him on the back.

Pants
03-02-2005, 02:33 AM
rofl, that's actually pretty funny. And if you actually took the time to write those, then it's really f*cking funny.

Ultra Peanut
03-02-2005, 08:00 AM
I wish I had written those.

Ultra Peanut
03-02-2005, 08:01 AM
A man walks into a bar and sees, at the end of the bar, a horse. The horse is crying. The man takes a moment to consider the scene in front of him, particularly the fact that no one else at the bar seems to notice the crying horse, and he then turns around and leaves for a different bar.

***

A man was walking on a beach when he passed a spectacularly beautiful woman sunbathing, apparently alone. Seeing no ring on her finger, he decides he will take his chances. He sits down on the sand next to her and asks if she would perhaps like to go dancing or something along those lines.

She removes her sunglasses and looks him square in the eyes. "I would like to have sex with you," she says, "but only if you can give me a blue baby."

The man, taken aback, asks her to please repeat herself, as he surely must have misunderstood her.

"I would like to have sex with you, but only if you can give me a blue baby."

The man then stands back up and informs the woman that he will now be taking his leave of her, as she seems to be extremely, possibly even dangerously, insane. He then walks away, as the woman curls up into a ball and begins sobbing uncontrollably.

***

Q. Knock, knock.

A. Who's there?

Q. Banana.

A. What?

Q. Banana.

A. I'm sorry, I don't know a "banana."

(pause)

Q. Knock, knock.

A. Yes, who is it?

Q. Banana.

A. I told you, I don't know anyone named "banana." I think you may perhaps have the wrong house.

(pause)

Q. Knock, knock.

A. Yes?

Q. Banana.

A. I tell you, you have the wrong house. Please leave the premises.

(pause)

Q. Knock, knock.

A. (audible sigh) Yes, who's there?

Q. Orange.


A. Sir, I am calling the police.

KCWolfman
03-03-2005, 07:43 AM
Bah. The only thing I did was put a timer in my Outlook for March 1 when you made that prediction.
I think it is cute that you want someone else to be wrong so badly that you actually schedule their names in your calendar. I think it is even funnier that you obssess on me so much that you must use your PC to remind you of attempts to prove me wrong - hell, I just usually wait for the third or fourth post from you to prove another stupid prediction gone awry.

But I still don't see the number of attacks in Iraq as prior to the election. Do you?

Brock
03-03-2005, 09:24 AM
Bah. The only thing I did was put a timer in my Outlook for March 1 when you made that prediction.

Haha. Loser. Get a life.

KCTitus
03-03-2005, 09:55 AM
Anyone besides me find irony in Teej calling anyone out for failed predictions?

KCWolfman
03-03-2005, 07:54 PM
Haha. Loser. Get a life.
What are you talking about? I love the imagery.

"now, my diabolical plan will be complete. Once a large attack occurs in Iraq, I can finally get my revenge on...... HIM!!! (DUN DUN DUNNNNNNN)"
:Pinky:

craneref
03-03-2005, 09:36 PM
I think it is cute that you want someone else to be wrong so badly that you actually schedule their names in your calendar. I think it is even funnier that you obssess on me so much that you must use your PC to remind you of attempts to prove me wrong - hell, I just usually wait for the third or fourth post from you to prove another stupid prediction gone awry.

But I still don't see the number of attacks in Iraq as prior to the election. Do you?
I wish I was cool like you, I would consider it an honor to have taco obsess over me and spend every waking hour to prove me wrong. Reminds me of when I was young and all I wanted to do was prove that I was BIG boy so I could hang with my older brothers. What's the matter taco, feeling left out by the BIG DAWGS.

|Zach|
03-03-2005, 09:42 PM
I wish I was cool like you, I would consider it an honor to have taco obsess over me and spend every waking hour to prove me wrong. Reminds me of when I was young and all I wanted to do was prove that I was BIG boy so I could hang with my older brothers. What's the matter taco, feeling left out by the BIG DAWGS.
This post has a really creepy vibe. I can't explain it.

KCWolfman
03-03-2005, 09:51 PM
This post has a really creepy vibe. I can't explain it.
I know. I like the fact that TJ obsesses over me, but at the same time I find it very eerie.

|Zach|
03-03-2005, 09:55 PM
I know. I like the fact that TJ obsesses over me, but at the same time I find it very eerie.
Bah, let's not act like we have not made threads to call out other people's wrong predictions Russel.

:)

KCWolfman
03-03-2005, 10:00 PM
Bah, let's not act like we have not made threads to call out other people's wrong predictions Russel.

:)
It's two l's, not one. And only the nuns get away with that with any real authority.

And yes, I have. But I must admit, I have never set an alarm to remind me "Time to check and see if I can post a thread about TJs predictions".

I guess my memory is just better.

Taco John
03-04-2005, 12:30 AM
Eh... I was curious to see if it would hold up. It didn't.

I've got enough to remember without keeping this stupid thing crammed in my mental roladex. If it's "creepy" that I task filed it, then I guess I'm just a creep. *shrug*

Taco John
03-04-2005, 12:31 AM
I wish I was cool like you, I would consider it an honor to have taco obsess over me and spend every waking hour to prove me wrong. Reminds me of when I was young and all I wanted to do was prove that I was BIG boy so I could hang with my older brothers. What's the matter taco, feeling left out by the BIG DAWGS.



WTF are you, anyway, there BIG DAWG?

|Zach|
03-04-2005, 12:34 AM
http://www.bigdawgwrestling.com/images/logo.jpg

Rausch
03-04-2005, 01:12 AM
Eh... I was curious to see if it would hold up. It didn't.


So you're saying there haven't been less terrorist attacks since the elections?

Taco John
03-04-2005, 02:21 AM
So you're saying there haven't been less terrorist attacks since the elections?


I would characterize the difference as negligable.