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  •  Statistically... (none)
    It's unlikely.

    But statistically unlikely things happen all the time.  They're just not likely.  Still, given time, improbable things will happen.

    Hundred year floods are unlikely--but they happen, on average, every hundred years or so.

    Etc.

    This could just be that.

    Or it could be the natural system kicked up a gear by global warming.

    If the god of whom you speak is really pissed, it-she-he could just turn off the Sun.

    Still, I'm looking forward to seeing Shrub's Ranchette Estate pounded, and asking the theocons if that's not proof that God hates him.  Hates Sen Lott, too--there's nothing left of his Pascagoula home.

    "Too many policemen, no liberty; Too many soldiers, no peace; Too many lawyers, no justice." Lin Yutang (1895-1976)

    by ogre on Wed Sep 21, 2005 at 03:22:34 PM PDT

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    •  Please don't say you're looking forward to this (none)
      If Bush's ranch gets destroyed, that means that many, many other people will suffer horrible damage. I have a lot of friends and family living in that path.

      Don't hope for terrible things to happen to the entire population of Texas just because you want to see Bush get punished.

      Let's all hope for a landfall location that inflicts the absolute minimum possible damage.

      And please don't make comments like this. It makes us all seem like horrible people.

      •  Read more carefully, please. (none)
        I'm not hoping that Rita wastes Red Texas, or any of that heartless shit.

        My only dark little hope is that a brush-ridden ranchette gets plowed by one of the tornados that hurricanes spawn.

        I've got family and friends in Texas, too.  

        Think of it as graveyard humor.  Let's give Shrub no more reason to have any long Texas vacations for the duration of his term.

        "Too many policemen, no liberty; Too many soldiers, no peace; Too many lawyers, no justice." Lin Yutang (1895-1976)

        by ogre on Wed Sep 21, 2005 at 04:21:00 PM PDT

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