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100 Things You Can Say To Irritate A Republican

100 Things You Can Say To Irritate A Republican
Addicting Info does it again. Last time they came up with If you hate taxes, here are 102 things NOT to do. Even though they graciously gave us permission to cross-post, I'd rather tease you and then send you to their place to give them some well-deserved traffic. This time around, they came up with 100 Things You Can Say To Irritate A Republican. If you want to enrage a conservative, I suggest saying the following:1.

cartoon-fish-large.jpg (372×226) Pokemon I Invented While I Was Drunk This is Dogerpion (but some people call him Kevin). He is a fire Pokemon!! OK, so he’s not the coolest Pokemon, but he’s reliable and caring. But he’s all of the best animals combined — part dog, part tiger, part scorpion, and he has fucking wings! This is Lindseahorse. But then she drinkks to much and then her only attacks are LYING and BEING JUDGMENTAL. Oh, tis is Jaredouche. Jaredouche is a total fukker adn i hate him. Heres Drunkevin, its the evolved form of Dogerpion. This is Bartender, and he is an asshole Pokemon. Tis is Kevinwantodye and shtso sodj mdksmf dkngsndsnf pesf jiekf nkmeskldkfk nspd ofsepkq kf, l,ls;dfm oqkl;dfa ;’ksf;’ksdlkmfdl;sf jwpeo’jsdpfjld; ngdsmlfm;ldsn kegopsfm o! Illustrations by Hallie Bateman

The Evolution of a Programmer High School/Jr.High First year in College program Hello(input, output) begin writeln('Hello World') end. Senior year in College (defun hello (print (cons 'Hello (list 'World)))) New professional #include <stdio.h> void main(void) { char *message[] = {"Hello ", "World"}; int i; for(i = 0; i < 2; ++i) printf("%s", message[i]); printf("\n"); } Seasoned professional Master Programmer Apprentice Hacker Experienced Hacker Seasoned Hacker % cc -o a.out ~/src/misc/hw/hw.c % a.out Guru Hacker New Manager Middle Manager mail -s "Hello, world." bob@b12 Bob, could you please write me a program that prints "Hello, world."? Senior Manager % zmail jim I need a "Hello, world." program by this afternoon. Chief Executive % letter letter: Command not found. % mail To: ^X ^F ^C % help mail help: Command not found. % damn! Anonymous If you enjoyed this, you might like:

Australia Gets Drunk, Wakes Up in North Atlantic AUSTRALIA GETS DRUNK, WAKES UP IN NORTH ATLANTIC Tired of Being Isolated and Ignored, Continent Isn't Bloody Moving Sydney, 800 miles S. of Nova Scotia (SatireWire.com) — After what witnesses described as an all night blinder during which it kept droning on about how it was always being bloody ignored by the whole bloody world and would bloody well stand to do something about it, Australia this morning woke up to find itself in the middle of the North Atlantic. "Good Lord, that was a booze up," said a bleary-eyed Australian Prime Minister, John Howard, speaking from his residence at Kirribilli House, approximately 600 nautical miles east of Cape Hatteras, North Carolina. According to Australians and residents of several countries destroyed or lewdly insulted during the continent's nearly 7,000-mile saltwater stagger, the binge began just after noon yesterday at a pub in Brisbane, where several patrons were discussing Australia Day and the nation's general lack of respect from abroad.

If this summer's movie posters told the truth A whole host of blockbusters are on their way this summer, ready to dazzle you with dizzying marketing campaigns, flashy trailers and big-name stars. Let's cut the crap: here are the posters for the real movies. See? The truthiness will out. Who knows, maybe HeatWorld.com won't steal our pictures this time. Tom Moore, Jr. Biography[edit] Moore was born in Waco, Texas, May 16, 1918. He served in the U.S. Army from 1943 to 1946. From 1952-1959, as McLennan County district attorney, Moore prosecuted "the first criminal trial to be televised in the United States Boston Strangler prank[edit] Moore introduced legislation on April 1, 1971 commending Albert de Salvo—more commonly known as the Boston Strangler—including this wording: This compassionate gentleman's dedication and devotion to his work has enabled the weak and the lonely throughout the nation to achieve and maintain a new degree of concern for their future. After it was passed unanimously by the House, Moore later withdrew the legislation, explaining he had only offered it to prove an important point that his fellow legislators didn't read much of the legislation they voted on.[3][4][5] Dirty Thirty[edit] References[edit] Jump up ^ Witherspoon, Tommy (June 2, 2009).

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