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  •  Hey Shawn yngcelt (4.00)
    You still here?

    I found an interesting poem you wrote and posted over at Moorewatch. I think I might send it to your work. That may get a kick out of the fact that you posted it while you were, um, working.

    Posted by yngcelt on  05/06  at  05:45 PM (Link to this comment)

    You gotta go check this shit out!
    I am having so much fun with these pathetic little shut ins.  Thankn god it's friday and I dont have shit to do here at work!!
    Here's a little poem I just posted under the pseudonym "Yellowshowers"

    A poem for Rosie

    I gaze upon you
    naked, sweaty
    lying like a whale on the beach
    you are still quivering
    after we made love
    3 hours ago
    or is it jiggling?
    Your pasty white body
    spreads out on the bed
    like a large bloated corpse.
    I bend down
    I lick the salty sweat
    off of your sweaty bosoms
    you giggle with delight
    you reach up
    and grab me
    and pull me to you
    I sink into your folds
    I cannot breathe
    I am smothered by your girth.
    I die drowning in Rosie.

    I know, I know it's totally gross, but I can't wait to see what her little worshippers say about it!

    Trusted Users can go into hidden comments and see a little more about Shawn yngcelt.

    Anything by Loudon Wainwright III

    by Earl on Tue Sep 27, 2005 at 01:19:26 PM PDT

    •  Hey Cindy Sheehan (4.00)
      Sorry to soil your diary thread with this, but, as is true I'm sure for many here, this son of a btich crossed a line in a serious way. Here's to you, heart and hands.

      Anything by Loudon Wainwright III

      by Earl on Tue Sep 27, 2005 at 01:21:00 PM PDT

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    •  He posted his stats on a talent website. Ha! (none)
    •  His "helpful" review of F9/11 at Amazon (none)
      Even Moore Propaganda By A Spoiled Brat, July 1, 2005

      Reviewer:           Shawn Lathrop "shawn" (Honolulu, HI USA) - See all my reviews
      I refused to see this film in the theater and only watched it on DVD when a friend got it with a free rental. I haven't seen such such blatant and unapologetic propaganda since my World History Professor screened the films of Hitler in class. Moore is like a spoiled little brat who likes to sit in class and heckle the teacher. I was fortunate enough to have already downloaded copies of "the 59 Deceits in Fahrenheit 9/11" for myself and my friend. Moore's self-righteous attitude and condescending demeanor with those he talks to in the movie actually caused me to feel physically nauseous.
      He not only ignores facts and leaves them out of his film, but makes up information and uses editing tricks to manipulate facts for his personal gain. The quality of the film and the choppy editing made me feel like I was watching a film version of a Schizophrenic's scrapbook.
      Moore's winning the Cannes film festival Palmes D'or doesn't prove that he is a great filmmaker but rather exposes the political leanings of the judges. I wonder, would they have awarded a film expose about Bill Clinton?
      Moore's movies are not documentaries. They are propaganda for anarchists. I fyou truly want to see a documentary, I suggest renting any film by Ken Burns. His films are entertaining, educational and thought-provoking.
      Moore's film is pornographic recruitment material for terrorists

    •  I think (none)
      his employer would be interested in how productive he is on company time.

      Reality is that which, once you stop believing in it, doesn't go away. -- Philip K. Dick

      by brenda on Tue Sep 27, 2005 at 02:12:14 PM PDT

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    •  How many high schools in Honolulu? (none)
          Sacred Hearts Academy: High School Office - 3.4 miles E - 3253 Waialae Ave, Honolulu, 96816 - (808) 734-5058

      Damien Memorial High School: Administration OFC - 2.0 miles NW - 1401 Houghtailing St, Honolulu, 96817 - (808) 841-0195

      Radford High School: Administration - 6.0 miles NW - 4361 Salt Lake Blvd, Honolulu, 96818 - (808) 421-4200

      I called all three. No Shawn Lathrops at any of them.

       

      "Bush should've hired Fed-Ex. They know when it has to be there overnight."

      by MissAnneThrope on Tue Sep 27, 2005 at 02:19:36 PM PDT

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    •  Last Google find from me (none)
      Ole' Shawnie boy loves to spew this stuff.  The target of his brilliant mind and ire is Tim Robbins this time.  Oops!  He put his email address in, too:


      August 07, 2004 - 02:21 AM
      Shawn Lathrop from United States
      yngcelt@aol.com

      So once again another member of the rich Hollywood elite is raising an ugly head and vomiting forth irresponsible hyperbole and hiding behind the First Amendment. I find it ironic in a sad and pathetic way that Tim is getting so upset about others exercising their First Amendment rights. This is typical Hollywood where the rules don't apply to them but to everyone else. And of course, the rights belong only to them but not to the rest of us. Well, I am exercising my First Amendment rights here and now.
      Tim Robbins, you are nothing more than a spoiled rotten brat who would never have the courage to make the kinds of decisions required of our great President. You are the model gutless whiner and a mirror image of the traitorous hippies of the sixties who burned our flag and spit on our troops as they returned home. As a father, I feel deeply sorry for your children knowing that they will be learning how to hate their country and disrespect their leaders. Oh, and by the way, if you're ever in Hawaii, please look me up. I would relish the opportunity to spit in your brown-nosed, rat-eyed little liberal face.

      •  First lesson (none)
        in every philosophy 101 class: "Value judgements say more about you than the one you are judging."

        Reality is that which, once you stop believing in it, doesn't go away. -- Philip K. Dick

        by brenda on Tue Sep 27, 2005 at 03:07:28 PM PDT

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        •  Could Shawn (none)
          Also be Sean Lathrop from HI, or a wrong spelling?

          U. Hawaii students still missing, possibly in cult
          October 20, 2000
          By Mary Vorsino

          <snip>

          Cult connections

          Though authorities are still speculating on the matter, family and friends of Domen and Mejia suspect that a religious group that both students were involved in, sometimes called "The Brethren" or the "Brothers and Sisters," is responsible for their disappearance.

          Kevin first heard about the group from his sister's dormmates.

          "About three weeks ago, my sister stated to some of her dormmates that she knew that Ben had gotten involved in a religious cult," he said.

          Minister Sean Lathrop, director of Baptist Collegiate Ministries and Domen's dormitory pastor, agrees.

          "She talked to her friends about the concern that Ben was in a cult," he said.

          <snip>

          Lathrop began to notice a change in Domen's demeanor in September.

          "The change was dramatic, it seemed fairly abrupt," he said. "She was a lot less talkative, all of a sudden she began to wear long jeans, and no make-up."

          http://www.rickross.com/reference/brethren/brethren5.html</url>

          "Bush should've hired Fed-Ex. They know when it has to be there overnight."

          by MissAnneThrope on Tue Sep 27, 2005 at 04:02:03 PM PDT

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      •  PS (none)
        sayyyy, wouldn't that be a violation of AOL's TOS?

        Reality is that which, once you stop believing in it, doesn't go away. -- Philip K. Dick

        by brenda on Tue Sep 27, 2005 at 03:08:36 PM PDT

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      •  Still Moore from Shawn (none)
        Seems obsessed, doesn't he?

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        UH protesters hamper needed research
        So all the little Ward Churchill and Michael Moore wannabes at the University of Hawaii are protesting the potential contract between the Navy and UH for classified research. This is research that most likely will assist our Navy in helping to protect sealife and possibly help find alternative fuel sources from deep within the ocean.

        It's research that might assist our military in protecting our harbors and shores (which Democrats -- such as these protesters -- claim aren't protected enough). And only 15 percent of this research will be classified as top secret. Not to mention the fact that this contract would bring $50 million to the university.

        Are the protesters going to make up the difference and provide UH with the $50 million the university will be losing out on? If this contract doesn't go through, you know these same protesters will be out again protesting the tuition raises that will be necessary due to the loss of this important contract.

        Shawn Lathrop
        Kaneohe

        "Bush should've hired Fed-Ex. They know when it has to be there overnight."

        by MissAnneThrope on Tue Sep 27, 2005 at 03:54:28 PM PDT

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