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07 April 2013 @ 02:31 pm
testing facebook repost again
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07 April 2013 @ 02:14 pm
i'm told the aut repost feature has been restored, let's see.
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05 November 2010 @ 12:00 pm
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04 November 2010 @ 06:41 pm
listen to it here: <embed src="http://www.4shared.com/embed/419681655/873e0790" width="320" height="200" allowfullscreen="true" allowscriptaccess="always"></embed>
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02 November 2010 @ 12:00 pm
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31 October 2010 @ 08:01 pm
this should show up on myspace, twitter, and facebook.
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28 October 2010 @ 12:35 am
testing from livejournal
The Waymaker
01 July 2006 @ 11:47 am
(this came to me while i was trying to sweat off a 24 hour bug)

Mission of Faith

Blogging for a Righteous Future



Hey everyone, I’m back! Yeah, I was getting a little cranky, cooped up in the cave all the time, so I took a few weeks off. As Rumi put it:

A man must be among men
Even if he is a scholar, he must take some time,
Put the books aside and go outside
Seek joy in his companions
Feel the love of God
In the love of men

Of course Rumi didn’t know anything about jet lag. Still, I did have a great time, and I really feel refreshed and creative. Where did I go? All over the place. Frankly it’s a bit of a blur. Hey, if the CIA can’t figure out my itinerary, how can I be expected to?

But I must mention that the most enjoyable part of the trip was the two weeks I spent in the Lincoln Bedroom. It wasn’t hard to get in there; I am after all, a lifetime Platinum Supporter of the Republican Elections Fund. The bed in that room is perfect, just the right combination of softness and support. And the staff is so friendly and helpful; they even located a dvd of Death Race 2000 for me. And the food was wonderful. I must confess I was tempted by those Texas style pork ribs. Thanks be to God for giving me this kidney ailment; it helps keep me on a proper koranic diet. They also had a nicely stocked candy dish, although the ghost of Richard Nixon kept raiding it.

The Lincoln Bedroom has wonderful acoustics. I took the opportunity to make a tape while I was there and everybody is telling me how great the sound is.

After I got home, I called George W Bush to thank him for his hospitality. He said “huruh?” Yes he did, he sounded just like Scooby Doo. I said, “yeah, I was just down the hall from you. I would’ve popped in, but they said you were working on the White House football pool.” “It was a treaty!” he yelled. “Oh, ok” I said. Then I congratulated him on getting Zarqwari. He said “yeah, I bombed Zarqwari this time, and I’ll bomb you later” And I said “not if I bomb you first!” Hahaha. Ooh, good times!

Poor Old Abu

My old friend Abu Musaub Al-Zarqwari has gone to his reward, as have so many others described as my “number two” or “number three”. I won’t deny it; his loss leaves a hole in my operation. But it will be filled, God willing. There are plenty of “number fours” ready to step up their game and take his place. Or my place, even. No one person is more important than the cause.

Zarqwari was a valuable asset, but he was a liability as well. He insisted on making war on the shiites, instead of concentrating the invaders of his country. It’s as if a group of christian radicals got together and then the catholics starting blowing up the baptists instead of the abortion clinics. Come on people-- unity! We can argue about the descent of authority and other such issues on our own time. God willing, we will rebuild the iraqi operation on a broader base.

Star Jones

I am very upset about the shabby treatment she received. I have instructed my agent not accept any interviews from Barbara Walters.

Big Screen Dreams

I’ve been thinking of asking Steven Spielberg (PBUH) to make the movie of my autobiography. I’d like Sean Connery to play me. What do you folks think?

Fun Facts

In 1323, a mathematician in Cordova invented an abacus that could calculate square roots. The local imam ordered the inventor banished and the instrument destroyed, because, as he put it, “OMG: square roots are teh Ghey!!!1”

Saladin was so fond of lemon squares; his baggage train included four wagons just to carry his collection of potted trees.

Arabs don’t do ballet. The move referred to as an “arabesque” was named for our graceful architecture.

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The Waymaker
15 March 2005 @ 08:45 am
I've seen the first episdode of the 9th Doctor, and it's great! Everything about the original is in there including a few cheesy special effects, although overall they're using state of the art graphics. But there are a few up to date spins. Like when the young woman who's destined to become the next companion wonders "who is that strange man", she goes and googles him :)

The inside of the Tardis is a jazzed up version of the old one, not a wagnerian stage setting like the 1999 movie, thank goodness.

No more, i don't want to spoil it. Just see it as soon as you can.