I just wanted to check in since I just returned from the clinic. It took them a while to attach all the little detector deelies since they wouldn't stick everywhere, but after I shaved my back things went smoothely enough. They opened up with a couple of soft tosses like "Do you love your dog", and "do you love your mom", mostly to check their calibration and whatnot. When they asked me "do you love your country?", all heck broke loose, though, becuse a surge of such unmititaged amplitude escaped me that all the wires started sizzling, the diodes fried and all the lights at the clinic flittered on and off before failing completely. Took out a whole power grid, I did.
What a shame, really, because they never got around to asking me whether I was a liberal or a conservative. It's comforting, though, to know that there are only two types of people and one of them is good and the other bad. It adds to my joy.
Last edited by Gardener; 09-01-09 at 10:40 AM.
"you're better off on Stormfront discussing how evil brown men are taking innocent white flowers." Infinite Chaos
What I don't think Taylor realizes is that she has managed to get opposition to her idea from people who generally agree on very little if anything. When you get conservatives, liberals, and libertarians all saying you are wrong, it generally is pretty safe to say that you, at the very least, phrased yourself poorly.
Indeed, redress and I rarely agree on ANYTHING.