Use The Forks!!

Saturday, January 29, 2005


Wow...The hottest one is kinky too.

Is it hot in here? Eva Longoria says she likes it Kinky. She's a superhot superstar now!


Housewife’ confesses

to steamy sex life

Whew.


Smokers Beware: You Gotta Stop or Win the Lotto


Smokers watch, worry after firings

Unlike 29 states, Michigan doesn't protect employees


Some Good News On Iraq, Finally

Joyful Iraqi Exiles Vote in Landmark Election

1 hour, 1 minute ago World - Reuters

By Suleiman al-Khalidi

AMMAN (Reuters) - Jubilant Iraqi exiles cast their
ballots in a "vote for freedom" on Friday and urged
their compatriots in Iraq (news - web sites) to defy
insurgents and do the same.




No Wonder GM and Ford doesn't Make Any Money

Not a bad gig to be part of the UAW.

Detroit car industry pays them full wages under UAW
deal
January 28, 2005


Wednesday, January 26, 2005


Hey Iran, Shut Your Hole!

Part of The Axis of Muslim Evil Speaks! Why are they threatening Israel? What BS!

Bring it!

Iran vows 'astonishing' response to any US, Israeli attack.

Wed Jan 26,12:22 PM ET Mideast - AFP

TEHRAN (AFP) - Iran will carry out an "astonishing" retaliation to any attack against the Islamic republic by Israel or the United States, Iran's Revolutionary Guards warned in comments published.


Democrats Stoop to a Disgustingly New Low in the Election

Some John Kerry paid campaigners go out of their way to try to rig the election by vandalizing GOP vehicles. If this happened the other way around, Jesse Jackson would be all over this and cry "racism" and "disenfranchised voters".

Great Job, Democrats.

Lawmaker's Son Charged in Tire-Slashing

By GRETCHEN EHLKE, Associated Press Writer

MILWAUKEE - The sons of a first-term congresswoman and
Milwaukee's former acting mayor were among five
Democratic activists charged Monday with slashing the
tires of vans rented by Republicans to drive voters
and monitors to the polls on Election Day.

Sowande Omokunde, son of Rep. Gwen Moore, D-Wis., and
Michael Pratt, the son of former Milwaukee acting
mayor Marvin Pratt, were among those charged with
criminal damage to property, a felony that carries a
maximum punishment of 3 1/2 years in prison and a
$10,000 fine.

The activists are accused of flattening the tires on
25 vehicles rented by the state Republican Party to
get out the vote and deliver poll watchers Nov. 2.

Also charged were Lewis Caldwell and Lavelle Mohammad,
both from Milwaukee, and Justin Howell of Racine.

The GOP rented more than 100 vehicles that were parked
in a lot adjacent to a Bush campaign office. The party
planned to drive poll watchers to polling places by 7
a.m. and deliver any voters who didn't have a ride.

A criminal complaint said the defendants originally
planned to put up Democratic yard signs, placards and
bumper stickers at the Republican office in a scheme
they called "Operation Elephant Takeover." But the
plan was dropped when they learned a security guard
was posted at the GOP office, the complaint said.

One witness told investigators the five defendants,
dressed in "Mission Impossible" type gear, black
outfits and knit caps, left the Democratic Party
headquarters at about 3 a.m. on Nov. 2, and returned
about 20 minutes later, extremely excited and talking
about how they had slashed the tires.

Democratic Party of Wisconsin spokesman Seth Boffeli
said the five were paid employees of John Kerry (news
- web sites)'s presidential campaign, but were not
acting on behalf of the campaign or party.

"This is not something we engage in, or encourage. We
had to make it clear that this is something these
individuals were doing on their own," Boffeli said.

Some Republican officials have criticized Milwaukee
County District Attorney E. Michael McCann, a
Democrat, for taking more than two months to bring
charges.

McCann said FBI (news - web sites) agents were
involved in interviewing witnesses in four states:
Georgia, Virginia, Maryland and New York.

"We asked the FBI knowing that this probably wouldn't
be their first priority," he said.


Rick Wiley, state GOP executive director, discovered
the vandalism on the morning of Election Day.

"It was unbelievable that people could stoop this low
in a political campaign," he said. "I figured it had
to be someone from the opposition. But I didn't think
someone on the paid Kerry campaign would do this."

Wiley didn't say whether the vandalism prevented
anyone from voting, but said poll watchers were about
two hours late.

Moore did not immediately return a call seeking
comment.


Sunday, January 23, 2005


Sunni Muslims Want to Screw Up the Iraqi
Election


Not everybody wants Democracy...they want chaos and
destruction instead. Is that what is taught in the
Middle East?

Purported
al-Zarqawi tape vows to fight election

Message declares 'fierce war' on vote; security plans
stepped up


Sad Day in TV

Legendary Late Night TV host Johnny Carson passed away today. His greatness during the late night time will never be forgotten.


Howard Dean Has Serious Opposition Within the Democratic Party...Again

No Mo Ho Dean!

Now Playing: 'Anybody But Dean, Part 2'
While the GOP danced, the Dems once again found themselves looking for a leader who's not from Vermont.


Thanks Germany - Keep Arresting Those Evil Evil People

Germany Nabs 2 Suspected al-Qaida Members

By MATT SURMAN, Associated Press Writer

BERLIN - German police on Sunday arrested two suspected al-Qaida members believed to be planning a suicide attack in Iraq (news - web sites), federal prosecutors said. One of the men also allegedly tried to obtain uranium.



Police arrested Ibrahim Mohamed K., a 29-year-old Iraqi living in Mainz, on suspicion of recruiting suicide attackers in Germany and providing logistical help to the terrorist organization. He also is believed to have tried to obtain uranium in Luxembourg.

The other suspect, 31-year-old Palestinian Yasser Abu S., planned to carry out a suicide attack, chief federal prosecutor Kay Nehm told reporters in the western German city of Karlsruhe.

The Iraqi suspect trained multiple times in camps in Afghanistan (news - web sites) before the Sept. 11, 2001 terror attacks in the United States and then spent a year in Afghanistan fighting American forces after the attacks, prosecutors said.

During this time he had contact with high-ranking al-Qaida leaders, they said.

"This convinced him not to seek the original aspiration of martyrdom as a suicide attacker, but rather to recruit suicide attackers in Europe," prosecutors said in a statement.

He recruited the Palestinian suspect in September for a suicide attack in Iraq, and purchased more than $1 million in life insurance for him, with the aim of faking the man's death in a car accident in Egypt, prosecutors said. The majority of the insurance payoff was to fund al-Qaida activities, they said.

Prosecutors said they could provide no more details on the men's effort to get uranium, and declined to release the suspects' surnames according to usual German criminal procedures.

Authorities searched four homes in Mainz and Bonn as part of the raid, authorities said.

Germany has cracked down on suspected terrorist and extremist activity since the Sept. 11, 2001 terror attacks on the United States, which were planned in part by a terrorist cell in Hamburg.

On Jan. 12, police took 22 suspects into custody during nationwide raids on a network of Muslim extremists that turned up militant Islamic propaganda and forged passports. In December, police arrested three suspected members of the Ansar al-Islam terror group who allegedly planned to attack Iraqi Prime Minister Ayad Allawi during a visit to Berlin.

In October, authorities arrested Syrian-German businessman and suspected key al-Qaida financier Mamoun Darkazanli on a European warrant. Spanish authorities accuse him of providing al-Qaida with logistical help, and the United States labeled his Hamburg-based trading company a front for terrorism.


Friday, January 21, 2005


Some Harsh Criticism for Chris Rock!
"Hey, Chris Rock: Shut the [bleep] up"
A film critic takes the Oscar host to task for his
film criticism


Crazy Detroit Mayor

Detroit Mayor Whoops it up at a DC's Dream.
DC
protection unit says that the Detroit Mayor,
his
homies and his ho's was too crazy for their tastes!


Thursday, January 20, 2005


Amen Brother - More Hydrogen, Less Middle East Oil
AUTO INDUSTRY REPORT: Hydrogen link urged

January 20, 2005

Metaldyne Corp. Chief Executive Tim Leuliette said
industry and government should establish a partnership
to move the nation away from oil dependence and toward
a hydrogen-based economy.

Speaking Wednesday at the Automotive News World
Congress in Dearborn, Leuliette said oil dependence is
the most critical issue facing the automotive
industry. He proposed a campaign, dubbed the Hydrogen
Project, that would rival the moon race of the 1960s
and the Manhattan Project in the 1940s, which ushered
the United States into the nuclear age. Leuliette made
headlines in 2002 for his campaign against
steel-import tariffs.


Monday, January 17, 2005


Limo Bombs - Scary Stuff

Sometimes it sucks living in Washington DC to hear this type of stuff...

Officials fear "limousine bombs" at Bush inauguration: report


Tsunami Deaths Break 175,000

This number is just staggering. It's unbelievable the destruction that this brought on several nations, particularly Sri Lanka and Indonesia.

Pray for the families of the victims.


Muslims Kidnap Iraqi Archbishop...War on Catholics now?

22 killed as pre-election violence deepens
Vatican decries kidnapping of archbishop in Mosul as terrorismNBC, MSNBC and news services

Updated: 7:36 p.m. ET Jan. 17, 2005

BAGHDAD, Iraq - Insurgents unleashed mortars and bombs and opened fire on polling stations in several cities Monday, killing at least 22 policemen and soldiers as their sabotage campaign intensified with two weeks to go before Iraqis elect a 275-member national assembly.

The Iraqi Catholic archbishop of Mosul was kidnapped at gunpoint as insurgents expanded their targets, including the son of a prominent ally of the country’s most influential cleric, Ayatollah Ali al-Sistani, who was gunned down Sunday in the southern town of Numaniyah, officials said.

http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/6727646/


Gore-Like Sore Loser Kerry Says he Got Robbed

Well, Well, Well. Another
sore loser who got his ass kicked by George Bush
can't
handle it. Of course, he conveniently used Martin
Luther King Day and used the usual and trite
"disenfranchised" bullshit that Al Gore used in 2000.


Sunday, January 16, 2005

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