Saturday, September 24, 2005

Columnist Mark Shields Asks The Question

It's starting to happen: Big Media is taking note (finally).

You may have been just as surprised as I was to learn that the Young College Republicans were not all abandoning fraternity row, homecoming parties and interviews with investment bankers to sign up to fight in Iraq. Where, when you so desperately need them, are all the youthful neo-cons who thought Mr. Bush's war of choice was so historically peachy-keen?

Mark Shields via CNN.
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8 Comments:

At 24 September, 2005 13:11, Blogger Karl said...

General, Sir!

Any suggestion re OT comment spam?
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At 24 September, 2005 15:37, Blogger Andrea Peterson said...

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At 24 September, 2005 15:39, Blogger Karl said...

Right. More OT comment spam.

 
At 24 September, 2005 16:51, Blogger Blogenfreude said...

I think we send everyone who puts up OT comment spam to Fallujah. Or Mosul. Spam from there, you morons!

 
At 25 September, 2005 01:28, Blogger Clytemnestra said...

To combat OT spamming we turned on
"Word Verification" in our blog. People can still post but our OT spam went down to zero. (can't tell you how many OT spams I deleted our first week)

 
At 25 September, 2005 05:53, Blogger Karl said...

Thanks, clytemnestra.

I just added Word Verification.

While I don't like individually typed OT comments, except perhaps when acknowledged as such with an apology, but the spam is frustrating.

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At 26 September, 2005 21:14, Blogger Mike M. said...

But, if they go to Iraq, where will the investment bankers who fund the companies who profit from no bid war contracts come from? Without the bankers, what's the point?

Don't take me seriously, I;m just being an idiot. :)

 
At 27 September, 2005 09:26, Blogger Blogenfreude said...

DAMN - no investment bankers! What would we do? Where would we go?? Who would rip us off???

 

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