Thursday, July 10, 2008

ROFL...You gotta go to DU and read it

It's CRAZY! I'm laughing though.

It is a strange dynamic. Can you even believe that some posters want to bring back the post limit? Can you believe others want to ban anyone who isn't 'happy that Obama is the Democratic candidate?

Can anyone dislike Obama without being accused of being a Troll or a GOP plant? Apparently if you don't feel the way they do then you're not a Democrat.

Sounds very post 9/11 republican to me. If you're not with us you're against us. March in this line don't think for yourself. Wow what happened?

What is going on over there? If anyone has a clue leave me a comment.

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Monday, July 7, 2008

ROFL...DU's Obama Heroine Arianna Huffington is now hated. ROFL

Link to thread @ DU

It's not what Huffington says, it is replies that crack me up. Huffington was loved and cheered by DU Obama supporters for her support of the Obama campaign.


they can't stand her ass.

A sampling
Then they turn on the poor person who started the thread. Funny Huffington post wasn't crap until now. ROFL
Yes, I'm cracking up people, I'm Cracking the fuck up.

Sunday, July 6, 2008

Don S. Davis, General Hammond of SG1 Passes Away

I love me some SG1 and in my eyes, General Hammond played by Don S. Davis is the BOMB.
I'm gonna miss this guy! I love you don, RIP.
Don S. Davis: 1942-2008
Monday - June 30, 2008 | by Darren Sumner
Link to story @ Gateworld

With great sadness we must report that veteran actor Don S. Davis passed away on June 29, 2008. He was 65 years old.

Don co-starred on Stargate SG-1 for the show's first seven years, helping to launch the enduring science fiction franchise. Davis played Major General George Hammond, base commander and a father figure to many of the show's characters.

He is also well-known for his portrayal of Major Garland Briggs in Twin Peaks.

Off-screen, Don was beloved by the show's cast and crew. He departed the show in 2003 due to a medical condition that restricted his workload, but returned for several guest appearances on SG-1 and Stargate Atlantis in the following years. Don worked hard to improve his health, and continued to work both on screen and off until his death.