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June 9, 2007

CNN’s Deceitful Post, Edited for Truthfulness

Filed under: Media,Media Bias,Science — Sisyphus @ 5:19 am

(Here is the original post.  I’ve corrected it for accuracy.)

Space shuttle Atlantis blasted off from Kennedy Space Center Friday evening on an 11-day mission to the international space station an undisclosed location in the desert.

“And liftoff of space shuttle Atlantis to assemble the framework for the science laboratories of tomorrow,” said lied NASA spokesman George Diller as the orbiter raced to space Utah.

The mission was originally scheduled for mid-March but a hailstorm damaged the shuttle’s fuel tank and the launch was pushed back to June to allow time for needed repairs luggage-packing and scheduling of vacations for NASA scientists off to spend a wild 11-day vacation in Bangkok at taxpayer expense.

“We can point to a couple of little problems we had today, but gosh, we shouldn’t do that,” said equivocated Mike Leinbach, NASA launch director. “We should point to the thousands and thousands that go right to allow this masterful event to happen.”

A couple of chunks of foam did come off Atlantis during launch, but Wayne Hale, shuttle program manager, said in a post-launch news conference that it was after the critical period when serious damage can occur.

“I spent a few minutes with the imagery team reviewing the images after launch lineup of shows in Vegas this week, and the preliminary word is that we lost no foam off that tank prior to solid rocket motor separation picked a pretty good week to stage this kind of charade at the gullible American peoples’ expense,” he said.

“We did see some things come off late, as we have come to expect from all our tanks,”“I enjoy speaking for entirely too long about things which are wholly untrue,” he said. “So the tank performed in a magnificent way despite having thousands of repairs done on it.” “I do this on purpose, to put the American public to sleep, so they don’t ask hard questions of me.”

In command of this mission is Rick Sturckow. Along with Sturckow are pilot Lee Archambault, mission specialists Patrick Forrester, James Reilly, Steven Swanson and John Olivas and flight engineer Clayton Anderson.

Anderson will replace Sunita Williams on the international space station Las Vegas craps table and Williams will return to Earth aboard Atlantis a rehab clinic.

Atlantis is carrying a metal cargo tag from historic Jamestown, Virginia. The tag is almost 400 years old and reads “Yames Towne.” Its space desert voyage is meant to commemorate the 400th anniversary of Jamestown settlement in 1607.

During their time at the orbiting desert outpost, the Atlantis crew will deliver a new segment to the station known as a truss and install solar panels, or arrays, that help generate power for the station head over to Las Vegas for 11 days of incognito gambling and other debauchery, all at taxpayer expense, courtesy of JFK and the other moonbat boondogglers who decided that sending our money into “space” was a good idea. The arrays are similar to those installed in September by the STS-115 Discovery crew. Gambling in Vegas is a time-honored tradition at NASA.

Each solar array is about 115 feet long, with a total wingspan of more than 240 feet. The arrays will provide power equivalent to the power used by 40 typical U.S. homes, according to NASA. A bunch of dishonest factoids about “outer space” are included, but since outer space isn’t real and we’ve never been through the ether, it’s safe to say this garbage was built to line some futurist treefrog contractor’s pocket.

Three spacewalks casino junkets are planned, with room for an additional walk junket if spacewalkers gamblers run into difficulties a hot streak.

Reilly and Olivas will perform the first Extra Vehicular Activity or EVA. Forrester and Swanson will do the second spacewalk and Reilly and Olivas will complete the third Meaningless gibberish.

STS-117 is the 118th space shuttle flight, the 21st flight to the station, the 28th flight for Atlantis and the first of four flights planned for 2007. More meaningless gibberish.

NASA plans at least 13 more missions to the space station before retiring the shuttle fleet in 2010. A mission in September 2008 is planned to repair the aging Hubble Space Telescope. The least meaningful gibberish of all. Bottom line is, NASA likes spending your money and lying to you about it. What do YOU say to all this, America?

58 Comments »

  1. I´d say someone should be a bit more creative here.

    Come one, how is the chance that someone in Vegas won´t recognise them by accident?
    The sheer risk of this possibility basically derails your entire theory.

    BTW: Whom should I trust more? Someone who has been up there and has evidently a clean record (otherwise you won´t become astronaut)? Or an unknown person that has already proven several times that he/she is perfectly confident with twisting facts or using outright lies to promote their political and religious agenda?

    Sorry, NASA has simply more credibility to offer. Especially as the russians confirmed NASA´s viewpoint. And that when they were still the Soviet Union. And today they still do it. Sorry, but if both the capitalists and the commies say it, it´s gotta be true.

    Comment by PG — June 9, 2007 @ 7:12 am | Reply

  2. How true! Great and honest rewrite.
    I understand why we created this chicanery to fool the Russians during the Cold War but now it’s just about stealing money for secret junkets and fooling the American people.
    They’ve been pulling this stunt on us so long that it appears they’re getting sloppy. Here’s an example of the spokesman unintentionally admitting that they use some sort of movie special effects company: ““I spent a few minutes with the imagery team reviewing the images…” The imagery team huh? Like Industrial Light and Magic? Is George Lucas involved too?
    I once heard from the neighbor of a second cousin of a NASA administrator that George Lucas was actually a rogue NASA “scientist” who figured he could make more money using their techniques for theatrical movies. I don’t doubt it.

    Comment by carsick — June 9, 2007 @ 7:32 am | Reply

  3. Hey, this blog does not exist either…

    Comment by house — June 9, 2007 @ 7:40 am | Reply

  4. I understand why we created this chicanery to fool the Russians during the Cold War but now it’s just about stealing money for secret junkets and fooling the American people.

    Actually they were in space first. Sputnik? Juri Gagarin?

    Comment by PG — June 9, 2007 @ 7:41 am | Reply

  5. “Hey, this blog does not exist either…”

    Yes it does. It also operates from an undisclosed location in the desert.

    Comment by ec1009 — June 9, 2007 @ 7:57 am | Reply

  6. About time someone start showing the round earth conspiracy for what it is. Good work here Sisyphus for showing us how they hide it plane site.

    Comment by BJ Tabor — June 9, 2007 @ 7:58 am | Reply

  7. “Yes it does. It also operates from an undisclosed location in the desert.”

    No, it doesn’t: we all live in the matrix.

    Comment by Skeptic — June 9, 2007 @ 8:18 am | Reply

  8. OK, wait, so, Republicans are against NASA now, too?

    Fuck, this stuff is hard to keep up with.

    Comment by Fred — June 9, 2007 @ 8:32 am | Reply

  9. “Actually they were in space first. Sputnik? Juri Gagarin?”

    *Exactly.* And who invented the whole idea of a Potemkin village?

    Comment by DPS — June 9, 2007 @ 8:33 am | Reply

  10. *Exactly.* And who invented the whole idea of a Potemkin village?

    Grigori Aleksandrovich Potemkin.

    But as the US government began to send their own sattelites into space and visited the moon first, I think this one is not a fraud. Except if for some dubious reason, both countries decided to stage it. And all US presidents during the Cold War. Could you imagine Ronald Reagan working together with the commies?

    Comment by PG — June 9, 2007 @ 8:42 am | Reply

  11. PG @ 9:

    “Could you imagine Ronald Reagan working together with the commies?”

    I’m sure they were hiding it from President Reagan. He would have put an end to it immediately, if he had known.

    Comment by DPS — June 9, 2007 @ 8:48 am | Reply

  12. Yeah right, the whole governmetn hid it from him. All rinos I guess.

    What I find really funny. Even ICBM´s enter space during their flight. How comes that this works? Or is this whole nuclear arsenal just a facade?

    Of course, I have the best evidence for the existence of sattelites right here. Sattelite TV. Even if the eart was flat, With all those mountains, a direct signal could never reach me from the USA. (Watching CNN and Fox sometimes.)

    And of course GPS.

    Comment by PG — June 9, 2007 @ 8:53 am | Reply

  13. PS: Reagans Star Wars Program included the use of sattelites.

    Comment by PG — June 9, 2007 @ 8:53 am | Reply

  14. “Come one, how is the chance that someone in Vegas won´t recognise them by accident?
    The sheer risk of this possibility basically derails your entire theory.”

    Pretty low. Would you recognize an astronaut if you saw one? They’re not exactly celebrities, you know.

    “BTW: Whom should I trust more? Someone who has been up there and has evidently a clean record (otherwise you won´t become astronaut)? Or an unknown person that has already proven several times that he/she is perfectly confident with twisting facts or using outright lies to promote their political and religious agenda?”

    That aptly describes most astronauts.

    “Sorry, NASA has simply more credibility to offer. Especially as the russians confirmed NASA´s viewpoint. And that when they were still the Soviet Union. And today they still do it. Sorry, but if both the capitalists and the commies say it, it´s gotta be true.”

    Russia, the Queen of Lies, has been in on it all along.

    “What I find really funny. Even ICBM´s enter space during their flight. How comes that this works? Or is this whole nuclear arsenal just a facade?”

    We’ve never used it, so it’s hard to say. They may be equipped for sailing through the ether, sort of a rocket-propelled torpedo.

    “Of course, I have the best evidence for the existence of sattelites right here. Sattelite TV. Even if the eart was flat, With all those mountains, a direct signal could never reach me from the USA. (Watching CNN and Fox sometimes.)”

    It reflects off the watery surface of the ether.

    “And of course GPS.”

    Another hoax.

    Comment by Sisyphus — June 9, 2007 @ 9:34 am | Reply

  15. “PS: Reagans Star Wars Program included the use of sattelites.”

    No, they claimed it did, to fool the godless commies and the liberal scientist-fascists, blinded by science, who would gladly have sold the program’s secrets.

    It’s such a ridiculous lie that only foolish and tyrannical materialists like the Russians could have been unable to see through it. So which part of Moscow are you from, PG?

    Comment by Onan — June 9, 2007 @ 9:54 am | Reply

  16. Pretty low. Would you recognize an astronaut if you saw one? They’re not exactly celebrities, you know.

    The ones we have in Germany are quite known. I´d recognise them.

    That aptly describes most astronauts.

    Agreed. This describes an astronaut:
    “BTW: Whom should I trust more? Someone who has been up there and has evidently a clean record (otherwise you won´t become astronaut)?

    This describes bloggers like sisi:
    Or an unknown person that has already proven several times that he/she is perfectly confident with twisting facts or using outright lies to promote their political and religious agenda?”

    We’ve never used it, so it’s hard to say. They may be equipped for sailing through the ether, sort of a rocket-propelled torpedo.

    They´re not. The plans are basically an open secret, you know. The MIRV is basically a cone made out of uranium that gets seperated from the rocket and flys back into the atmosphere on a ballistic course. (That uranium hull can reinforce the explolsion and serves as a protection from the friction heat at reentry.)

    It reflects off the watery surface of the ether.

    Then you couldn´t aim it.

    Another hoax.

    Well, it did work a few years ago when we used it during the NATO exercises to outmaneuver and steamroll a US tank battaillon.

    Comment by PG — June 9, 2007 @ 10:04 am | Reply

  17. No, they claimed it did, to fool the godless commies and the liberal scientist-fascists, blinded by science, who would gladly have sold the program’s secrets.

    It’s such a ridiculous lie that only foolish and tyrannical materialists like the Russians could have been unable to see through it. So which part of Moscow are you from, PG?

    Well, just search the net for info on star wars. You´ll be quite surprised.
    And just for you: I´m living in South Western Bavaria.

    Comment by PG — June 9, 2007 @ 10:06 am | Reply

  18. I think the fact that space program was started by Kennedy and Johnson is all that needs to be said. They probably started NASA to fund the abortions for Kennedy’s numerous girlfriends. Sad to think of the billions of dollars that were wasted so Jacky wouldn’t find out.

    Comment by BJ Tabor — June 9, 2007 @ 10:45 am | Reply

  19. Bavaria? Why should we trust someone who originates from an admitted Soviet Republic?

    Comment by Onan — June 9, 2007 @ 11:07 am | Reply

  20. If only the folks at NASA could be so honest Sisyphus.

    Comment by S.T. Kelly — June 9, 2007 @ 11:21 am | Reply

  21. Personally I believe all this flying back and forth across the earth to be a colossal waste of MY tax dollars. You don’t see those leftieloon ecco-TERRORISTS throwing rocks at the NASA vehicles for wasting all that gas FOR NOTHING but they sure like to throw things (shoot at, scratch, deface…) at my husband’s Hummer. Why aren’t the LIEberals waving their corrupt, baby-killing hands in the air about THAT? I bet you a pretty nickel that it costs a whole lot more for the so-called “Space Shuttle” to drive across the country than it does an SUV. Another thing, you rest assured that the “Atlantis” it isn’t a Hybrid EITHER.

    I am sick and tired of the Democraps and their huge government wasting all of our money on something as frivolous as a “space mission” and yet cry at the top of their filthy lungs about Faith based initiatives.

    When the Good Lord returns for His children, and it will be very soon, to rapture us away from the sickness that has become the USA, I hope I am able to look down and watch as the pits of HELL open wide up to swallow up all of the Godless people left behind.

    Come home soon, Jesus! Come quick!

    Comment by Mrs. T.D. Gaines-Crockett — June 9, 2007 @ 11:39 am | Reply

  22. What’s this, Sysiphus, since when do we allow women to express their opinion?

    What helioleftistislamocommielibrulgayloving treefrog thought her how to read and write, anyway?

    Comment by Skeptic — June 9, 2007 @ 11:51 am | Reply

  23. Bavaria? Why should we trust someone who originates from an admitted Soviet Republic?

    It has been a soviet republic for less than a month. Then the Reichswehr and Freikorps came in and our nice revolutionaries got to spend a short time in Spandau followed by a meeting with the rope.

    And actually, I was born in Baden-Würtemberg. You know, that german state west of Bavaria.

    Personally I believe all this flying back and forth across the earth to be a colossal waste of MY tax dollars. You don’t see those leftieloon ecco-TERRORISTS throwing rocks at the NASA vehicles for wasting all that gas FOR NOTHING but they sure like to throw things (shoot at, scratch, deface…) at my husband’s Hummer. Why aren’t the LIEberals waving their corrupt, baby-killing hands in the air about THAT? I bet you a pretty nickel that it costs a whole lot more for the so-called “Space Shuttle” to drive across the country than it does an SUV. Another thing, you rest assured that the “Atlantis” it isn’t a Hybrid EITHER.

    One Space Shuttle. Several millions SUV´s. Sorry, but quantity does strike here.

    I am sick and tired of the Democraps and their huge government wasting all of our money on something as frivolous as a “space mission” and yet cry at the top of their filthy lungs about Faith based initiatives

    Funny how every REPUBLICAN government since the invention of space travel funded and supported the same programs.

    Comment by PG — June 9, 2007 @ 12:12 pm | Reply

  24. “Funny how every REPUBLICAN government since the invention of space travel funded and supported the same programs.”

    Hey, who gave you permission to use logic?

    Comment by Satan — June 9, 2007 @ 12:15 pm | Reply

  25. Use God’s logic not Satan’s. Sisyphus please perform an exorcism to remove the god of treefrogs from this blog.

    Comment by ec1009 — June 9, 2007 @ 12:37 pm | Reply

  26. Re; comment by Mrs. T.D. Gaines-Crockett — June 9, 2007 @ 11:39 am
    “What’s this, Sysiphus, since when do we allow women to express their opinion?” by Skeptic

    It’s O.K. Skeptic, I have it on good authority that Mr. T.D. Gaines-Crocket tells her what to write.

    Comment by ec1009 — June 9, 2007 @ 12:41 pm | Reply

  27. Sisyphus, you’ve blown your cover. Too bad😦. Seriously, though, this would have been funnier if it wasn’t obvious parody.

    Comment by Linus — June 9, 2007 @ 1:09 pm | Reply

  28. Linus, go cuddle up with your blanket. One of Satans great deceptions is making people think that this site is a parody. Parody is deviltry. Stop doing the work of the Devil Linus.

    Comment by ec1009 — June 9, 2007 @ 2:13 pm | Reply

  29. Dear ec1009,

    I’m not exactly sure what you mean by “I have it on good authority that Mr. T.D. Gaines-Crocket tells her what to write.” For your information my husband and I engage in many spirited conversations about politics, religion, and world affairs in general. Her does not “tell” me to do or not do anything. As a Christian woman I recognize my husband’s role in our household as he does mine. We respect one another mind, body, and spirit – just the way the Lord intended for a man and wife.

    While I would never do anything to put in in the same heretical category as a feminazi I am not just a prety object on my husband’s arm either. He has a very nice watch for that which I gave him on our 10th anniversary🙂

    Comment by Mrs. T.D. Gaines-Crockett — June 9, 2007 @ 2:17 pm | Reply

  30. All I know is what he told me. If he lied than I apologize. I am sorry that I assumed he was telling the truth. Perhaps you should neglect your marital duties with him for a period of time. I will leave that time period up to you not because I am sympathetic to the feminazi cause but only in this case and only because you support Brownback.

    Comment by ec1009 — June 9, 2007 @ 2:31 pm | Reply

  31. I have never met you before in my life. I don’t know who you are and I assure you that my husband (who happens to be sitting right here beside me helping me establish a blog of our own) has never met you either. You are either very confused or a troublemaker. I pray that it is not the latter as you have made some very interesting and valid points in your previous posts.

    YIC

    Comment by baptistsforbrown2008 — June 9, 2007 @ 2:50 pm | Reply

  32. @Mrs. Gaines
    ec1009 and I did a parody based on one of Sysiphus’ comments in another discussion.

    St. Legalize said this (obviously joking):

    “My wife believes that this show (24)is the direct word of God; normally I do not permit her to express her opinions, but I think in this instance she is correct.”

    To which Sysiphus responded with:

    “I admire your family values very much. My wife, also, knows her place.”

    Comment by Skeptic — June 9, 2007 @ 2:58 pm | Reply

  33. I cannot find the humor of disrespecting Sissyphus like that. Perhaps it is an inside joke between you all.
    May you find peace and happiness during this lovely wekeend.

    Comment by Mrs. T.D. Gaines-Crockett — June 9, 2007 @ 4:10 pm | Reply

  34. “The ones we have in Germany are quite known. I´d recognise them.”

    GERMANY has astronauts? Don’t make me laugh!

    “Well, it did work a few years ago when we used it during the NATO exercises to outmaneuver and steamroll a US tank battaillon.”

    Yeah, yeah, yeah. Deutschland uber alles, we get it, you guys could’ve beat us if only you hadn’t invaded Russia. Well, bring it on, tough guy!

    “To which Sysiphus responded with”

    I stand by those comments, Skeptic. A woman’s place is in the kitchen, and decent women know that, too.

    “May you find peace and happiness during this lovely wekeend.”

    You too, Mrs. Crockett! Just to let you know, we don’t post on the Sabbath on this blog.

    Comment by Sisyphus — June 9, 2007 @ 4:18 pm | Reply

  35. Sorry for disrepecting you Mrs. T.D Gaines-Crocket and baptistforbrown2008. Your marital duties are non of my business.

    Comment by ec1009 — June 9, 2007 @ 4:45 pm | Reply

  36. 😉

    Comment by ec1009 — June 9, 2007 @ 4:50 pm | Reply

  37. GERMANY has astronauts? Don’t make me laugh!

    It´s not called International Space Station for no reason…
    And were part of the ESA (European Space Agency).

    Yeah, yeah, yeah. Deutschland uber alles, we get it, you guys could’ve beat us if only you hadn’t invaded Russia. Well, bring it on, tough guy!

    Why should I? Just in case you didn´t notice, our countries are supposed to be allies, you know. (During the exec, we were acting as russians.)

    Still, it shows that GPS works. It´s in everyday use with so many governmental bodies and private corporations (and even by private persons) that it can´t be fake. Otherwise someone would notice it. And even if it´s by pure chance.
    PS: The verse “Deutschland über alles” had originally a fully other sense that was only mutilated beyond recognition by Adolf and his pawns.
    PPS: Hitler was never really interested in the USA in the first place.

    Comment by PG — June 9, 2007 @ 5:32 pm | Reply

  38. It´s not called International Space Station for no reason…
    And were part of the ESA (European Space Agency).”

    It’s all a hoax. Europe hasn’t been into space, because space doesn’t exist. If it did, the planets would pull themselves into dust trying to fill the vacuum. The space is actually ether, which is full of water. Your “European Space Agency” is every bit as dishonest and corrupt as its American and Soviet counterparts.

    “Why should I? Just in case you didn´t notice, our countries are supposed to be allies, you know. (During the exec, we were acting as russians.)”

    You’re Old Europe. You guys didn’t back us up in Iraq.

    “Still, it shows that GPS works.”

    It’s a farce. They probably let the Germans win on purpose, to lure either the Germans or the Russians (if the Germans were in on the charade) into a false sense of security.

    “PS: The verse “Deutschland über alles” had originally a fully other sense that was only mutilated beyond recognition by Adolf and his pawns.”

    I have to confess, I don’t know much about that.

    “PPS: Hitler was never really interested in the USA in the first place.”

    I knew that one. He asked Ribbentrop if we could be bought off with an anschluss of Canada. That’s the kind of lazy thinking you get when all you know about a country is from looking at it on a map.

    This was, in my opinion, Hitler’s dumbest mistake, dumber even than invading the Soviet Union and not bothering to give his troops winter equipment. At the height of the winter campaign, just as his troops were getting pushed back from the most populous nation on Earth, he decided to declare war on the most industrialized nation on Earth. American equipment on Soviet backs was a pretty unbeatable combination. Personally, I’m inclined to think that without Lend-Lease aid, the Soviet counteroffensive would’ve petered out during the autumn of 1943 due to lack of transport. But I’m sure some experts would disagree.

    Comment by Sisyphus — June 9, 2007 @ 6:58 pm | Reply

  39. It’s clear that the “Cosmic Microwave Background” these physicfacists claim to have ‘discovered’ is just G-d warming up his Microwave Oven called HELL for these blasphemers.

    Comment by SeekHim — June 9, 2007 @ 7:37 pm | Reply

  40. Sisyphus, I don’t see how you endure this endless stream of drooling, blockheaded libtards. One after another they are drawn, like moths to a flame. Unusually stupid and inarticulate moths. Frankly, I don’t know how they breathe, much less type. All the same, their sheer numbers are staggering. What’s more, when they’ve been decisively refuted and defeated, they don’t even know it, and they come back for more!!! I can’t imagine how frustrating and tiring it must be to deal with them all. So, thank you. Senator Brownback’s many supporters I know are grateful for the work you are doing, and so (I can guess) is the big guy upstairs!

    And all of you hippie morons: why don’t you give Sisyphus a break once in a while?!? Are you jealous of him? Do you resent him because he speaks the truth? Seriously, why do you feel such anger and hatred when you encounter a great patriot and servant of the Lord? I don’t know if I will ever understand why you people do what you do. I just hope the Lord forgives you.

    Comment by DPS — June 9, 2007 @ 11:27 pm | Reply

  41. “It’s all a hoax. Europe hasn’t been into space, because space doesn’t exist. If it did, the planets would pull themselves into dust trying to fill the vacuum. The space is actually ether, which is full of water. Your “European Space Agency” is every bit as dishonest and corrupt as its American and Soviet counterparts.”

    Man, you need a better grasp at science. Especially on gravity.
    And then again, it sems like the whole world is in this hoax. Including countries that are not friends with each other. The posibillity that this is a hoax is basically the same as G.W.Bush being a commie in disguise.

    “You’re Old Europe. You guys didn’t back us up in Iraq.”

    Afaik NATO is still standing.

    “It’s a farce. They probably let the Germans win on purpose, to lure either the Germans or the Russians (if the Germans were in on the charade) into a false sense of security.”

    Still, GPS worked. And I highly doubt that it was a farce. That was at the final of the Cold War, during a time when everyone feared that the Red Army would cross the inner-german-border. Everyone was training as hard as he could. (And well, it wasn´t even the fault of your single soldiers, they´re quite dandy. In this particular case, the CO messed up by being overconfident and forgetting to let someone scout ahead.)

    “I have to confess, I don’t know much about that.”

    Well, during the time HAydn wrote the song, Germany was split up into dozens of pricipalities and city-states. With “Deutschland über alles” he basically requested the differrent rulers to put the whole nation over their single interests.

    @sisi: Well, what ironically helped the russians most from the lend-lease-aid were not tanks or trucks or such. It was food. Military food rations to be exact. And well, with the failure to break through at Kursk, the last real hope to win against the Soviets was over anyway.

    @DPS: Actually, when seeing most of the artiles on this blog, I´m not angered, but I rather fell a mixture of amusement and pity. Why am I writing here? Well, because if someone would take this here serious, he´d has to see that your opinion isn´t the only one. Rivaling parties, as much as some people loathe them, are an integral part of both freedom of speech and democracy after all.
    And honestly, by writing such (sorry) drivel, Sisiphus basically challenges us. He has chosen this path, so he has to take the flak.

    Comment by PG — June 10, 2007 @ 2:48 am | Reply

  42. Sisyphus can still argue you into the ground. He is righteous (and right), and you’re not. It’s a tough lot in life, PG.

    Comment by S.T. Kelly — June 10, 2007 @ 7:40 am | Reply

  43. Sisyphus can still argue you into the ground. He is righteous (and right), and you’re not. It’s a tough lot in life, PG.

    That is still to be seen. PS: Being “righteous” doesn´t mean squat. Everyone acts in his personal set of ethics and morale. I doubt that there is any mentally stable person on earth that would call itself not righteous.

    Comment by PG — June 10, 2007 @ 7:54 am | Reply

  44. I can’t wait for the liberals to try to bring the fight to us, here in the heartland. We are well armed and g-d is on our side. We are America, they are not. Space is not empty, it is full of stars and angels and surrounds the earth. So-called scientists should go back to school.

    Comment by David Patterson — June 10, 2007 @ 8:19 am | Reply

  45. So you say you are among the ranks of the righteous? I don’t think that places you solidly in the camp of the mentally stable. I think that makes you a moonbat.

    Comment by S.T. Kelly — June 10, 2007 @ 9:54 am | Reply

  46. @Mrs. Gaines

    “I stand by those comments, Skeptic. A woman’s place is in the kitchen, and decent women know that, too.”
    Sysiphus

    There you go, maybe you’d be OK with spending half your life in the kitchen and the other half in the bedroom, but I (and I’m male) think this sounds more like a man who wants to lock his “property” up, for his own pleasure.

    If you’re able to engage in “many spirited conversations about politics, religion, and world affairs in general”, then aren’t you qualified to have a job as well?

    Comment by Skeptic — June 10, 2007 @ 10:01 am | Reply

  47. Vegas, baby! What happens in Vegas stays in Vegas!

    Comment by Sam Brownback — June 10, 2007 @ 5:58 pm | Reply

  48. You are getting sloppy. Pushing it too far. Maybe you should ease off a little. It’s becoming obvious. It’s still funny, but obvious.

    Comment by fairlane — June 11, 2007 @ 12:10 am | Reply

  49. “You are getting sloppy. Pushing it too far. Maybe you should ease off a little. It’s becoming obvious. It’s still funny, but obvious.”

    There isn’t really any end to the number of morons out there, is there? Yeah, I’m sure that when Sisyphus decides he wants to go to H-E-doublehockeysticks, he’ll start acting like he hates God, or whatever it is you want him to do. You won’t have to decipher it.

    Seriously, son, come back when you’re feeling contrite. In the meantime, pray till you’re out of tears, you pathetic wretch.

    These seculars are so demented: in their world, either you hate God and say you hate God, or you hate God and pretend you love Him. No room for truly loving Him. Which is exactly fairlane’s problem.

    May God have mercy on you, f.

    Comment by DPS — June 11, 2007 @ 12:47 am | Reply

  50. “If you’re able to engage in “many spirited conversations about politics, religion, and world affairs in general”, then aren’t you qualified to have a job as well?”

    Of course I’m qualified. I’m a man. That’s a whole different subject.

    “Vegas, baby! What happens in Vegas stays in Vegas!”

    No it doesn’t, spoof.

    Comment by Sisyphus — June 11, 2007 @ 4:58 am | Reply

  51. “If you’re able to engage in “many spirited conversations about politics, religion, and world affairs in general”, then aren’t you qualified to have a job as well?”

    That was directed at Mrs. Gaines, and you know it!

    Now get back to your cave, away from that devilish computer device!

    Comment by Skeptic — June 11, 2007 @ 7:56 am | Reply

  52. “I can’t wait for the liberals to try to bring the fight to us, here in the heartland. We are well armed and g-d is on our side. We are America, they are not. Space is not empty, it is full of stars and angels and surrounds the earth. So-called scientists should go back to school”

    They don´t need to take the fight to the “hearthland”. They have already such a majority of votes, that they will have the next president. And what are you gonna do then? Another secession perhaps?

    PS: Sisi, now would you plese explain us the secret after how GPS does work?

    Comment by PG — June 11, 2007 @ 12:42 pm | Reply

  53. “They don´t need to take the fight to the “hearthland”. They have already such a majority of votes, that they will have the next president. And what are you gonna do then? Another secession perhaps?”

    We’re going to secede them. Vermont is welcome to go, and it can take Massachusetts and California with it.

    “PS: Sisi, now would you plese explain us the secret after how GPS does work?”

    Sure, soon as I understand the question. Are you asking me how GPS works, or are you asking me to tell you a secret after GPS starts working?

    The answer to the first question is, it’s a mystery. Only God knows the true answer. The answer to the second question is, He Is Risen. That’s not much of a secret anymore, but to the atheists and treefrogs running around here it might as well be.

    Comment by Sisyphus — June 11, 2007 @ 12:54 pm | Reply

  54. Okay, if GPS doesn’t work, then how is it that millions of commercial and military GPS devices on the market do?

    Comment by D — June 12, 2007 @ 8:14 pm | Reply

  55. “Okay, if GPS doesn’t work, then how is it that millions of commercial and military GPS devices on the market do?”

    Pay attention. It works, we just don’t know why it works.

    Comment by DPS — June 13, 2007 @ 10:50 am | Reply

  56. Fools!

    It is I, who makes GPS work.

    Muhahaha!

    Comment by Satan — June 13, 2007 @ 1:37 pm | Reply

  57. We’re going to secede them. Vermont is welcome to go, and it can take Massachusetts and California with it.

    Actually, they´d either secede you. And Texas. Ot they´d start another civil war about that and kick your redneck-asses again. They have control ove rall the important industrial cities after all. Ot almost all of them.

    The answer to the first question is, it’s a mystery. Only God knows the true answer.

    Funny, how it shows that it is uplinking to the sattelite, then. The same question goes for sattelite communication, of course. Can´t deny that sattelites exist.

    Comment by PG — June 14, 2007 @ 12:26 pm | Reply

  58. Pay attention. It works, we just don’t know why it works.

    Ask the guys that invented it, then.

    Comment by PG — June 14, 2007 @ 12:27 pm | Reply


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