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Discussion in 'Politics, Religion, Social Issues' started by yg17, Aug 10, 2008.
Miss a spike, get a spanking.
"Oh, so that's where I wrote my speech."
Bush thumb-ups new gladiators.
"If you were one of my DKE pledges I would have put the brand right.......there!"
"I see yer WMDs!!"
Society of the spectacle trundles on,morons fight for seats.
"Man, Laura never does that...."
Spot the 'twat' competition?
ok, a little further out, yeah, now you shake it in a circular grinding motion
1. "now you see, the trick is to use the back of your hand when slapping that ass..."
2. "Man, if I was 10 years younger, that pose would've given me an erection this big..."
Ooh, I've got that somewhere. Guy Débord FTW.
12 funny Bush at the Olympics pictures from the Chicago Tribune.
After viewing this photos, I had a sudden realization. He can't help it, he's just a complete goofball. There's something about his face that should have destined him to comedy.
And, if given the same attention by so many camera lenses, each and every one of us makes at least 12 ridiculous faces on any given day.
"Here's what I think of your foreign policy!"
... those photos from the Tribune are funny...
Isn't this some kind of a "terrorist fist jab"-type signal?
It's supposed to be the masonic/demonic/NWO/illuminati (or any other secret made up society that people want to believe is about to take over the world) hand signal.
Dubbya thinks someone's giving him the "Evil Eye"
love the look on Barbara Bush's face in picture 11. And just imagine the comments if it was Clinton with the beach volleyball players
It gets worse
And it's not the first time either:
Hook 'em Horns
So, it's some kind of devil worship thing. I knew it.
Oh god the best part is the lady beside him with that "WTF?" look on her face hahahahahaha
From the Guardian's "LOL Bush" piece:
You have to remember, from his point of view the flag is correct...
But from the point of view of everyone else at the Olympics and the TV cameras sending this image to millions around the world, it's the wrong point of view and that's what matters