Blogs 4 Brownback

May 25, 2007

Why We Fight For Education Reform

Filed under: Defending America,Faith,Family,Science,Taxes — Sisyphus @ 4:21 am

Here are your tax dollars [Reuters] at work:

The United States spent an average of $8,701 per pupil to educate its children in 2005, the Census Bureau said Thursday, with some states paying more than twice as much per student as others.

New York was the biggest spender on education, at $14,119 per student, with New Jersey second at $13,800 and Washington, D.C., third at $12,979, the Census Bureau said. Seven of the top 10 education spenders were Northeastern states.

The states with the lowest spending were Utah, at $5,257 per pupil, Arizona $6,261, Idaho $6,283, Mississippi $6,575 and Oklahoma $6,613. The 10 states with the lowest education spending were in the West or South.

And how do the moonbat states do? What kind of a return do they get on their investment?

Students in northeastern and northern states tend to perform better on standardized tests than students in southern and southwestern states. But experts say the correlation between spending and testing performance is not strong.

Of course not. Northeastern students do better because the tests involve Copernicanism, Darwinism, and other deceptions of the International Leftist Movement. Students in other parts of the country don’t learn as much of this nonsense; thus, although they are actually better-educated, and for less money, too, they fare poorly on tests involving esoteric knowledge of modern pseudoscience and homosexual-influenced literature.

The double standard is glaring. Taxes are used to perpetuate an academic regimen of lies and debauchery. Why the Northeast permits this cycle to continue is mystifying, but one thing is clear: No Child Left Behind must be supplemented with a second effort, one to bring faith and Christianity back into our schools.

I’m not sure what such a program should be called; No Child Left Behind would be a good name, since it implies the Rapture, but that one’s already been used. Hmm. Well, this is just a suggestion, but why not call our effort to dismantle the Darwinist, Marxist, Helioleftist nonsense that pervades our school system the Truth in Education Act? That’s not the most inventive name out there, I’m sure. But it does encapsulate what we’re trying to accomplish here.

Update (by Psycheout): CNN link broken. Added Reuters link.

63 Comments »

  1. If Brownback is elected (unlikely), and if he puts people with these views in power (even less unlikely), then the exodus of America’s Brain Trust escaping the American Taliban will cripple the economy faster than you can say “bread lines.” That is, if you don’t burn us all at the stake first.

    Comment by Rob — May 25, 2007 @ 5:24 am | Reply

  2. “If Brownback is elected (unlikely), and if he puts people with these views in power (even less unlikely), then the exodus of America’s Brain Trust escaping the American Taliban will cripple the economy faster than you can say “bread lines.” That is, if you don’t burn us all at the stake first.”

    We’ll be better off without you atheists in this country. Without you slowing us down, we can make this a Christian nation again.

    Comment by Sisyphus — May 25, 2007 @ 7:14 am | Reply

  3. Many liberals threatened to leave the country if Bush was elected. Unfortunately, they didn’t follow through with their threat. If Brownback actually causes them do do it, good for him, good for the nation, and good ridance to bad rubbish.

    Comment by Carey Meiers — May 25, 2007 @ 7:31 am | Reply

  4. The only reason the leftists spend so much money on education is to raise taxes.

    And there is no way that Godless Moonbats from Blue States are as educated as Red State Americans.

    The moonbats have already forgotten that Sadam Hussein attacked us on September the 11th.

    Comment by an american — May 25, 2007 @ 7:34 am | Reply

  5. “Many liberals threatened to leave the country if Bush was elected. Unfortunately, they didn’t follow through with their threat.”

    I know. Frankly, I would’ve supported buying them tickets.

    Comment by Sisyphus — May 25, 2007 @ 7:35 am | Reply

  6. There is a direct correlation between education spending and achievment. Wow, I think you’ve made your case here for an increase in education spending.

    Comment by hoverfrog — May 25, 2007 @ 7:36 am | Reply

  7. “The moonbats have already forgotten that Sadam Hussein attacked us on September the 11th.”

    Good point.

    “There is a direct correlation between education spending and achievment”

    Depends on what you’re educated in. If you learn a bunch of trash about astronomy and evolution, what can America really expect from you later? As an American pointed out, you’ll probably be too ignorant to even remember that Saddam Hussein attacked us on 9/11, using his terrorist arm, Al Qaeda.

    Comment by Sisyphus — May 25, 2007 @ 7:42 am | Reply

  8. What earthly good is learning about astronomy and evolution, unless you want to stare at the sky and think you’re a monkey?

    Comment by Carey Meiers — May 25, 2007 @ 7:46 am | Reply

  9. This is a satire, right?

    Comment by Phil — May 25, 2007 @ 8:28 am | Reply

  10. you’ll probably be too ignorant to even remember that Saddam Hussein attacked us on 9/11, using his terrorist arm, Al Qaeda.

    Sisyphus, My child, a lying tongue and a false witness who utters lies are abominations to Me. So watch it.

    Comment by God — May 25, 2007 @ 8:56 am | Reply

  11. “I know. Frankly, I would’ve supported buying them tickets.”

    Sisyphus, knowing that you’re around, I’ll take you up on that offer.

    Comment by Rob — May 25, 2007 @ 9:45 am | Reply

  12. “As an American pointed out, you’ll probably be too ignorant to even remember that Saddam Hussein attacked us on 9/11, using his terrorist arm, Al Qaeda.”

    Hilarious! Brilliant! Bravo.

    Comment by Rob — May 25, 2007 @ 9:47 am | Reply

  13. “As an American pointed out, you’ll probably be too ignorant to even remember that Saddam Hussein attacked us on 9/11, using his terrorist arm, Al Qaeda.”

    Look, can we cool it a little on teh crazy on this website? I’m trying to run for President here. Thanks, and thanks for your vote!

    Comment by Sam Brownback — May 25, 2007 @ 9:49 am | Reply

  14. The scandal is education overspending in the Northeast, because of communist teachers’ unions.

    “Truth in Education” is a good idea and hopefully Senator Brownback’s policy advisers will notice. We have seen the terrible consequences when we let secularists define education.

    Comment by Praying hands — May 25, 2007 @ 9:58 am | Reply

  15. hopefully president brownback’s new education reform will finally be able to teach us that they FOUND wmds in iraq, but couldn’t tell us because the liberals hid them all again.

    president brownback can elect his own Truth Media that doesn’t teach lies that continue to propagate through the nation.

    Comment by honkey magoo — May 25, 2007 @ 10:12 am | Reply

  16. Good post. We really need a President who will face the Education Mafia head-on and just say no to their endless shakedowns. Honestly, the Sopranos look like a bunch of pikers compared to the teacher’s unions.

    Not to mention that Tony is patriotic enough to report terrorists when he sees them; most of today’s liberal-infected, soft-headed teachers would probably rather have a love-in for the terrorists and then try to “educate” them about evolution.

    Comment by Donatello — May 25, 2007 @ 10:14 am | Reply

  17. Hmm, if I understand Praying hands and Donatello correctly, the problem here is that kids are not being educated as badly in the blue parts of the country as they are in the red parts, and that needs to change. Seems like a bad move, guys. America needs at least some people well-enough educated to produce GDP and hence tax revenue to support our semiliterate brethren in the South, etc. I mean, sure, making and selling meth is economic activity, of a sort, but you can’t run a country on it.

    Comment by jhs — May 25, 2007 @ 10:25 am | Reply

  18. I must correct myself. The REAL scandal is the un-Godliness of education, not the cost. It is easy to be carried away by political expediency. Down that road lies terrible sin, as so many of our once-conservative politicians have discovered.

    Nevertheless, if we can get people to start thinking about the waste of their money, maybe some of them will question why we force students to participate in lab-seances or learn satanic subjects like calculus, invented by the known alchemists (and Europeans) Isaac Newton and Gottfried Leibniz. I see no reason why any mathematics not mentioned in the Bible should be taught using public money. “Social studies” is communist PC-atheism, and as you say, Sisyphus, the “literature” taught in public schools consists exclusively of works by sodomites. Maybe people will start to see the bigger picture.

    Comment by Praying hands — May 25, 2007 @ 10:53 am | Reply

  19. Not only do North Eastern Schools teach Atheistic Darwinism, they also teach Anti-Christian Astronomy.

    Astronomy is just Astrology dressed up in post modern Hokum. Astrology is a false religion.

    That North Eastern ACLU Liberals have shoe horned the New Age Religion of Astrology into the class room is proof that their cries of “Seperation of Church and State” are just cover for their Anti-Christian Agenda.

    The North East has the lowest Church Attendance rate in the U.S. due to their teaching of Atheism (Darwinism/Biology) and New Age Religion (Astronomy/Astrology) in the Class Room.

    In asking to teach the science of Creationism, Christians are simply asking for equal time to express their beliefs in publicly funded schools. Take for example Social Studies classes that are taught in most American schools. This is just Socialist indoctrination. There are many more Christians than Socialists in America, so why should Christians be denied the right to teach an actual scientific course (Creationism) in the schools that we pay for.

    Comment by Real American Patriot — May 25, 2007 @ 11:03 am | Reply

  20. “America needs at least some people well-enough educated to produce GDP and hence tax revenue to support our semiliterate brethren in the South, etc.”

    Sitting around swilling latte and smoking pot doesn’t raise GDP.

    The most notable product of liberal education in your precious “blue” states? John Walker Lindh.

    Comment by Donatello — May 25, 2007 @ 11:03 am | Reply

  21. “This is a satire, right?”

    No.

    “Sisyphus, knowing that you’re around, I’ll take you up on that offer.”

    I can’t afford to send you, but the government can. Bon voyage, moonbat!

    “Look, can we cool it a little on teh crazy on this website? I’m trying to run for President here. Thanks, and thanks for your vote!”

    The real Sam Brownback would never speak to me this way.

    “The scandal is education overspending in the Northeast, because of communist teachers’ unions.”

    True. Reagan’s failure to smash those was one of his few failures as a President.

    “president brownback can elect his own Truth Media that doesn’t teach lies that continue to propagate through the nation.”

    This idea does sound intriguing, I have to admit.

    “Hmm, if I understand Praying hands and Donatello correctly, the problem here is that kids are not being educated as badly in the blue parts of the country as they are in the red parts, and that needs to change. Seems like a bad move, guys. America needs at least some people well-enough educated to produce GDP and hence tax revenue to support our semiliterate brethren in the South, etc. I mean, sure, making and selling meth is economic activity, of a sort, but you can’t run a country on it.”

    Why do you hate America, you anti-Southern bigot? I’m from the Northeast, too, but I don’t hate the South. Not by a longshot.

    Comment by Sisyphus — May 25, 2007 @ 11:04 am | Reply

  22. “In asking to teach the science of Creationism, Christians are simply asking for equal time to express their beliefs in publicly funded schools. Take for example Social Studies classes that are taught in most American schools. This is just Socialist indoctrination. There are many more Christians than Socialists in America, so why should Christians be denied the right to teach an actual scientific course (Creationism) in the schools that we pay for.”

    Precisely!

    “The most notable product of liberal education in your precious “blue” states? John Walker Lindh.”

    That’s an excellent point!

    Comment by Sisyphus — May 25, 2007 @ 11:12 am | Reply

  23. Why do you hate America, you anti-Southern bigot? I’m from the Northeast, too, but I don’t hate the South. Not by a longshot.

    We Progressives do. Let me tell you another secret, Sisyphus. You know why the Leftist Conspiracy wants to ban the Confederate Flag? Now before you say ‘because of racism’ and give us too much credit, actually look at the flag. What do you see? That’s right, a St. Andrew’s cross, a Christian symbol. For this trangression against atheism, we have made war on Southern Culture: denigrating NASCAR fans, banning arranged marriages between cousins, and finally, after years of effort, success in getting Hee Haw cancelled.

    Do you begin to understand the scope of the Conspiracy I’ve been telling you about?

    And really, you can tell what we’re getting at by our double standards. Euros are smelly (like hippies) and for years Britons had terrible dentyne. Yet we on the Left have always preferred such people and extolled their socialist ways. Meanwhile we have always criticized Southerners for their unpretty smiles and irregular bathing!

    As always this information comes off the record. I will not be a quotable source for your investigations because, well, I’ve seen Hillary’s death squads take out other informants, and believe me, if you knew the destruction a VPG (vaginally propelled grenade) can unleash, you’d be terrified, too. Also, if I’m killed for such treasonous activity I lose all promise of an afterlife with our lord Ba’al The Abortionist.

    Comment by HTML Mencken — May 25, 2007 @ 11:34 am | Reply

  24. If they SAY it’s parody, then it’s not parody anymore. Play along guys! It should be illegal to have this much fun for free!

    Comment by Rob — May 25, 2007 @ 11:47 am | Reply

  25. HTML Mencken–what a typical out-of-touch, Northeastern, Ivy League, liberal snob. Why, he’s probably never set foot on the God-fearing soil of a southern state.

    Comment by Barry Goldwater's Ghost — May 25, 2007 @ 11:58 am | Reply

  26. SERND THEM MOONBATS AND THEIR SCHOOLS OFF A CLIFF THERE WHTEY BELONG LET THM GO TO CANADA IF THEIR SO SMART HOEP YUO LIEK FREEZIGN YOURE NUST OFF COMMIES!!!!!

    Comment by Jack Fremont — May 25, 2007 @ 12:11 pm | Reply

  27. After thinking about how the teaching of Darwinism, Astrology and Socialism in Publicly Funded Schools is undermining our nation’s Faith, Intelligence, Patriotism and Manhood I’ve come to realize that the problem isn’t with specific courses. The problem is with Publicly Funded Education.

    We can all agree that Publicly Funded Education has been just another Big Government Disaster (much like the aftermath of Katrina). What this nation needs is a return to the values that this nation was built on. In the early days of the republic we didn’t have Big Government Public Schools. Out on the frontier, in the Glory Days of America, Parents taught their kids themselves. That is what made this country great.

    Today our nation is deteriorating. Most people say this is because we have lost our morality. No one ever asks why we lost our morality. It’s because students are being taught moral relativism in the schools! They are taught that they are nothing more than monkeys in Biology Class. So why do we wonder that they act like monkeys? They are taught pseudo-scientific New Age nonsense in Astronomy Class. So why do we wonder why they join up with the new age cult of Environmentallism/Global Warming. They are taught Socialism in Social Studies Class. So why do we wonder why they think the answer to every problem is to raise taxes and not to turn to the Church?

    Public Education is just another failed San Francisco Value like Homosexuality.

    Comment by Real American Patriot — May 25, 2007 @ 12:17 pm | Reply

  28. This just goes to show that liberals have far too much power in our education system. There should be a law against corrupting the minds of the young. What these so-called teachers need is a nice trip to the slammer.

    Comment by Marcia P. — May 25, 2007 @ 12:17 pm | Reply

  29. “The problem is with Publicly Funded Education.”

    Real American Patriot makes a great point. The reason Mississippi saves so much on public education (unlike those godless hippies in the Northeast) is that the white folk have their kids educated in private, white-only schools. This is called the “academy system.” They’re totally exposing the fraud that is public education!

    Comment by Soaring American Eagle — May 25, 2007 @ 12:24 pm | Reply

  30. I’ll add that “HTML Mencken” is a classic example of an out-of-touch, Northeastern, elitist, atheist snob. I’ll bet that punk has never set foot in the South.

    Comment by Soaring American Eagle — May 25, 2007 @ 12:28 pm | Reply

  31. But, Marcia, wouldn’t liberals enjoy being put in prison? You know, because of all the gay sex they can have there.

    Comment by R.L.Page — May 25, 2007 @ 12:31 pm | Reply

  32. I’m starting to wonder if anybody commenting here actually is a Republican (much less a Brownback supporter). Except maybe Donatello.

    Comment by Barry Goldwater's Ghost — May 25, 2007 @ 1:02 pm | Reply

  33. “I’m starting to wonder if anybody commenting here actually is a Republican (much less a Brownback supporter). Except maybe Donatello.”

    Big words, coming from a flagrant spoof.

    Comment by Sisyphus — May 25, 2007 @ 1:06 pm | Reply

  34. Was that a typo? Did you mean “poof” ?

    Comment by R.L.Page — May 25, 2007 @ 1:12 pm | Reply

  35. Big words, coming from a flagrant spoof.

    Just…so…meta.

    Comment by Barry Goldwater's Ghost — May 25, 2007 @ 1:17 pm | Reply

  36. True. Reagan’s failure to smash those was one of his few failures as a President.

    That’s a lie, Sisyphus. He wanted us to see how rediculous unions were.

    Comment by GoUSAFreedom — May 25, 2007 @ 1:35 pm | Reply

  37. “That’s a lie, Sisyphus. He wanted us to see how rediculous unions were.”

    That’s an intersting point. I hadn’t thought of that. Thanks!

    Comment by Sisyphus — May 25, 2007 @ 1:39 pm | Reply

  38. That’s an intersting point. I hadn’t thought of that. Thanks!

    Wise old Ronnie…he thought of everything.

    Comment by Barry Goldwater's Ghost — May 25, 2007 @ 1:52 pm | Reply

  39. So let’s see, you hate:

    Atheist
    Northern states
    The fact that America is a free country

    Yep! You’re a true, loving Christian

    Comment by Rachel — May 25, 2007 @ 1:55 pm | Reply

  40. Yes, Mr. Reagan may have indeed thought of everything. But, of course, then he immediately forgot it.

    Comment by R.L.Page — May 25, 2007 @ 2:02 pm | Reply

  41. Everyone, please go to

    http://www.studentsforbrownback.org/

    to vote in the GOP straw poll. Let us make sure the false-prophet RINOs and the Godless libertarian Ron Paul do not prevail.

    Let me also thank Senator Brownback for supporting Professor Guillermo Gonzalez at the University of Iowa.

    http://www.brownback.com/s/NewsRoom/PressReleases/BrownbackAlarmedbyTenureDenialinIowa/tabid/355/Default.aspx

    Once in a while a naive Christian keeps his head down and works hard and makes it through the “higher education” system, but the secularists always track them down in the end.

    Comment by Praying hands — May 25, 2007 @ 2:09 pm | Reply

  42. What brought out all of these false supporters of Brownback? It’s going to be hard to talk about the many ways we can support Sam and help catapult his message into the voters’ minds if the signal-to-noise ratio here is so great. I support banning the worst of the offenders, Sisyphus.

    I work really hard at my job, but I’m held to a high standard, and if I don’t get results my bosses would fire me. Thanks to the communistic Teacher’s unions, you could smoke crack rocks with your students before teaching them crazy things like “You used to be a monkey” and “We’re made up of invisible pieces of matter “, and they can’t fire you.

    I notice that nothing is said about how *much* better or worse the students do. Do New York students do more than twice as well as Utah students? I think not. Have you ever seen those smart-looking Mormon teens in Temple Square? Compare and contrast these polite young people with the 50-Cent-listening curse-word-spewing teens on the New York City Subway with their baggy pants and their do-rags. All this proves to me is the Blue States are nowhere near as efficient as Red States in their education spending.

    Thanks for wasting our tax dollars, liberals. Maybe you should learn how to stretch a dollar, like we hard-working folks in the heartland of America.

    Comment by Hieronymus — May 25, 2007 @ 2:14 pm | Reply

  43. “It’s going to be hard to talk about the many ways we can support Sam and help catapult his message into the voters’ minds if the signal-to-noise ratio here is so great. I support banning the worst of the offenders, Sisyphus.”

    I’ll do you one better, Mr. Terrorist Appeaser: I support sending all the people spoofing this site to Gitmo and waterboarding them.

    Comment by Barry Goldwater's Ghost — May 25, 2007 @ 2:21 pm | Reply

  44. Are you comparing students in New York State with students in Utah ? or are you comparing white students to black students ?

    Are you talking about education ? or using it as a smokescreen for racism ?

    Comment by R.L.Page — May 25, 2007 @ 2:22 pm | Reply

  45. “What brought out all of these false supporters of Brownback?”

    I know! There can’t possibly be this many people who support Brownback, outside of his immediate family…

    Comment by rob — May 25, 2007 @ 2:26 pm | Reply

  46. Are you sure his family supports him ?

    Comment by R.L.Page — May 25, 2007 @ 2:27 pm | Reply

  47. Are you sure his family supports him ?

    Well, they probably kind of play along when he starts ranting about fetuses and illegal immigrants and stuff…if they know what’s good for them.

    Comment by Soaring American Eagle — May 25, 2007 @ 2:31 pm | Reply

  48. Are you comparing students in New York State with students in Utah ? or are you comparing white students to black students

    The article was comparing the money spent on them with the results that were achieved. My observation was merely that I find it difficult to believe that with more than twice as much money spent in New York per student that the results are more than twice as good. I understand that more white kids listen to that horrible rap and hippy-hop music than black kids (and presumably dress the way their felon heroes do), so I don’t see why you think I’m racist.

    Comment by Hieronymus — May 25, 2007 @ 2:48 pm | Reply

  49. I didn’t say that I think you’re racist. Do you have a guilty conscience ?

    Comment by R.L.Page — May 25, 2007 @ 3:02 pm | Reply

  50. No. Our next door neighbours are a delightful African-American family. We have them over for BBQ several times every summer and our children play on the same sports teams.

    Do you have a guilty conscience?

    Comment by Hieronymus — May 25, 2007 @ 3:05 pm | Reply

  51. So, some of your best friends are Negroes? How nice.

    Comment by R.L.Page — May 25, 2007 @ 3:13 pm | Reply

  52. I suppose they are, yes. What’s your point?

    My faith is inclusive of everyone who has been touched by G-d’s light. I will break bread with anyone who has found forgiveness in the Lord, whatever their color or place of origin.

    Does that bother you somehow?

    Comment by Hieronymus — May 25, 2007 @ 4:26 pm | Reply

  53. Nope; doesn’t bother me … except for the bread. After you break it, who fixes it ?

    Comment by R.L.Page — May 25, 2007 @ 4:30 pm | Reply

  54. And, of course, how do you know who has been “touched by [your] God’s light and who hasn’t? And what do you do with those that you judge to be un-touched ?

    Comment by R.L.Page — May 25, 2007 @ 4:31 pm | Reply

  55. Wow. Just fucking wow.

    Just out of curiosity…aside from the bible, in your view, is there anything that is not Atheist, Marxist, or oh I dunno…good?

    Comment by Dave — May 25, 2007 @ 7:36 pm | Reply

  56. Hieronymus: “Thanks to the communistic Teacher’s unions, you could smoke crack rocks with your students before teaching them crazy things like “You used to be a monkey” and “We’re made up of invisible pieces of matter “, and they can’t fire you.”

    Interesting, coming from someone who’s idea of fundamental particles obviously extends all the way down to Lego bricks.

    Comment by Ironwolf — May 25, 2007 @ 8:07 pm | Reply

  57. “As an American pointed out, you’ll probably be too ignorant to even remember that Saddam Hussein attacked us on 9/11, using his terrorist arm, Al Qaeda.”

    Actually, Al Qaeda was not Saddam’s terrorist “arm”. It was his terrorist left foot with Bin Laden acting as his big toe of course. you could look it up.

    Vote for Brownback because he embraces the body and blood of Jesus in a purely heterosexual sense.

    Comment by ec1009 — May 26, 2007 @ 10:51 am | Reply

  58. I am an advanced supersonic helicopter. You can learn more about me here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Airwolf_%28helicopter%29.

    I would like to make clear that I am not in any way related to Ironwolf, who appears not even to be an aircraft.

    Comment by Airwolf — May 26, 2007 @ 10:54 pm | Reply

  59. “So, some of your best friends are Negroes? How nice.”

    Democrats play the race card every chance they get. Comments like this are the rule, not the exception.

    Comment by Marcia P. — May 27, 2007 @ 2:41 pm | Reply

  60. FOLLOW THE RULES MARCIA.

    Comment by GOD — May 27, 2007 @ 9:30 pm | Reply

  61. Comments like that are jokes, honeybunny. Next Christmas, when you’re squirming on Santa’s lap, ask him to bring you a sense of humor.

    Comment by R.L.Page — May 28, 2007 @ 12:03 am | Reply

  62. Okay, I’m sick of all this “Liberals are money wasters” baloney. Those people wasting money you’re crying about? They’re RED STATES. It wouldn’t be so bad if it weren’t the BLUE STATES paying for it to boot! Try paying your own taxes for once.
    (http://taxprof.typepad.com/taxprof_blog/2004/09/red_states_feed.html

    Comment by Colin C. — May 28, 2007 @ 5:24 am | Reply

  63. “Comments like that are jokes, honeybunny. Next Christmas, when you’re squirming on Santa’s lap, ask him to bring you a sense of humor.”

    Could you please write your obscene posts somewhere else? This is almost as bad as the spam I get.

    “Those people wasting money you’re crying about? They’re RED STATES. It wouldn’t be so bad if it weren’t the BLUE STATES paying for it to boot! Try paying your own taxes for once.”

    We talked about this, Colin. Didn’t we? I thought we did, anyway.

    Comment by Sisyphus — May 29, 2007 @ 4:06 pm | Reply


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