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Thursday, September 30, 2004
TAG board archive - September 2004

Everyone!  Into the pool!!
So ... why?  Well, I go through the TAG board periodically (or when asked) and delete entries.  Mainly I delete your entries because it reloads the page periodically or when you add a new entry for chatting and when it gets too large, it takes up bandwidth loading constantly.  My general rule was this: if you put an annoying little smilie emoticon on the TAG, that entry was the first to go when I cleaned house.

The second rule: if the entry was older.  But the second rule bummed me out because I hate to throw away memories, so, some entries were deemed to be classics and had to be preserved (like Hygelic reading my blog in the bathroom on his cell phone).

Then the first and second rules unfortunately clashed when it came to old school phreeks who might put an ascii emoticon at the end of their sentence, like Skennedy (et al).  These people were violating my first unstated rule through no fault of their own, and, because the programmers of the TAG board must have thought to themselves, "how handy-fucking-dandy would it be if we just translated every ascii emoticon to a different happy little yellow face?"  So, they dropped another few hits of Exstacy, patted each other on the back and went back to coding the TAG board.

So, whether it is a good thing or a bad thing, whether it is wise or terribly, terribly wrong -- I've decided to archive the TAG board here for all to see -- and still be able to delete older entries (and keep the TAG.html small) with a clear conscience.

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Strangergirl » [cough fucking cough] hm.... yar, it does suck. Oooh... LOVIN the scoop sweep and toss thing... sometimes I go poopee on myself... now I know what to do with the feces?
Gigglesbee » THanks for the pictures!! I'm glad you made it through ok too. I love the title for Tuesday's post! HA!
Boris the Polar Bear » Howdy Hygelic! Miss ya, bud! I'll email you asap. I'll have to sniff around my hard drive for chat IDs, I'm sure I still have several.
hygelic » oh, and that fifth picture - you can put yer weed in there. The fouth looks like Santa fell off the fuckin sleigh.
hygelic » are you on aim? yahoo? msn? icq?
J f Z » Yeah. Colds suck the big one, too, StrangerGirl. Hehe.
J f Z » OMG, Dennis. No one got hurt. Two houses got beer-canned by trees and there was much debris. Yeah, our stage is toast.
Strangergirl » Just say no to Bush (and colds... grr... hating it)
dennis » Is that the bandstand? How'd the trailers in The Village do?
dennis » How did Mariella fare? Cleighton?
dennis » Wow! Was that my old trailer with the tree through it? Is that your trailer with tree on it? Was whole park hit like that?
BrokenChaos » Hey! Thanks! Catch you later...
Duke » and for anyone who doesn't know, Tazz and I are practically brothers and I'm JOKING WITH HIM!
Duke » are a dork...but hey, capitalization, punctuation and spelling is all correct! Wow, did your mommy type that in for you?
tazz » Jackie Chan wasn't in Twister
Duke » heh
J f Z » Oh! Now I get it! ... Jackie Chan - Don't you understand the words coming out of my mouth? Chris Tucker - Don't no one understand the words comin' outta your mouth.
Duke » (it's a quote from the movie Twister...seemed fitting since you said you were on tornado watch)
J f Z » Cow? I'm okay so far. Stressed and scurrying, but I still have power and coffee (so far)
Duke » Cow...another I think that's the same one... Hope all is well with you bud, stay safe
J f Z » Thanks, you guys. I'm on tornado guard duty all night. I'll be updating the blog as long as I have power.
Brandon Starr » Good luck vs. Jeanne, JfZ.
dennis » Well, my friend, - again I say - and again - and now again - STAY SAFE - TAKE COVER!!! Where do you go?
J f Z » Hi Smitty! I miss ya, bud. Your name fits with the new section, Conspiracy Theory in the Imajica. Heh. Pretty Cool.
Pandora » oh wow sweets! I'm sending you plenty of positive energy! So glad you got by my place! you'll be in my thoughts. let us know you're ok soon!
Nic » John, regardless of the generation and/or party in power, the term that best suits the foreign policy of the past 40 years is SNAFU (situation normal all fucked up)
persecution smith » never make fun of a hurricane JFZ, you should know better.
J f Z » Hi Tazz! I may have made the mistake of taunting Hurricane Jeanne last week in the blog, BrokenChaos. Argh!
BrokenChaos » I believe we;ll be getting hit my tropical storm Ivan soon no doubt. Rain Rain go AWAY! hehe
tazz » hey jfz how are you doing down there
John Furie Zacharias » No, silly ... Hurricane Hiatus is not the *name* of a hurricane. LOL!
Strangergirl » wow.... love the blog.... it's so NICE AND BEAUTIFUL!!! Thanks for visiting my webbie! Peace and wuv... glad that the hurricane is over (though I never heard of it)
Brandon Starr » Brandished weapons have historically been one of the largest "recruitment tools" of religion.
cynical JfZ » No matter what you call your god, might makes right. People will convert to believing any ideology at the business end of a sword, gun, or stealth bomber.
cynical JfZ » I guess we should just be thankful that Islamic extremists don't have the billions that the neo-cons invest in killing 'the unbelievers' ...
Brandon Starr » Rush Limbaugh makes official announcement: he's an official unpaid advisor to the Bush/Cheney campaign. Link at my blog.
verlust melicious » Sie wissen, daß Leute über dieses sich zu beschweren, wirklich beginnen werden.
melicious » Es gibt eine feine Linie zwischen dem Eiferer und geisteskranker Bombe, die das ungewöhnliche Suchen nach Jungfrauen tragen.
melicious » Yellow haired silly!!! LOL
Toulon » Sorry Helleena, it's just funny. And fun. (it also kinda fits in with the whole consp.theo. malaise and decor.)
Toulon » Eiferer? Sicher nicht ich. Ich bin aber ein bescheidener Christen. Sorge über die Moslems. Sie haben mehr Eiferer, die weites gefährlicheres sind.
Toulon » You're a confused yellow girl? What?
Toulon » You know. I've never met Annette, but I've heard so much about her over the past years. -heh- I see she's still getting around?!
melicious » Meine Mutter warnte mich über meine Freunde? Ich bin ein konfuses gelbes behaartes Mädchen.
melicious » <grabs Annette and 'hunkers for all to see> o-la-laaaa
dennis » I made some "Thunder" - I have no idea where it went or where it goes - Its all a friggen conspiracy, don't you get it?
Helleena » Will you 2 speak some English. remember there are some of us out here that don't speak or even read German. Love ya
J f Z » Wirklich ist es Geschichte, die mich über Eiferer warnt. Aber, Du bist noch mein freund.
Toulon » Since you're more familiar to me, I should have said DU instead of SIE. Sorry chum.
Toulon » Wir sind die Christen, daß Ihre Mutter SIE immer ungefähr warnte! (sorry, I just had to -hehehe-)
Toulon » ...with every shot so far?! -hehehe- Now without the AWB you'll have a much better case there sken.
Skennedy » Miss ya, buddy.
J f Z » LOL. Can I watch?!
Kristi » Hey Mel, wanna hunker down? lol
Hallie » hi jfz! i haven't been here in weeks! school's been taking a lot of my time. i'm getting about 6 hours of sleep now.. though compared to you that's a lot of sleep isn't it
J f Z » Wir sind die Leute, daß Ihre Eltern Sie immer ungefähr warnten.
dennis » I heard a "talking head" tell how the blogers are helping Bush win (how'd you do that?)
dennis » Well I was glad to spend the five minutes your halo-head spends uploading UNTIL your hateful, nasty remarks about..what, I forgot. Be right back.. oh yes, your readers. Missed ya, guy!!!!!!!!!!
J f Z » ROFLMAO!!! Since I can only drink coffee now, I guess I'd be skittering around the storm bunker like Beavis, then.
melicious » Learned a new drinking game called Hunker Down. Whenever a reporter says 'Hunker down' during hurricane coverage everyone does a shot. <hiccup>
J f Z » Heh. Yeah, no doubt. I'm still trying to clean up that tree on the corner of the house shown in /archive/212.html
Helleena » Happy days are here again. We are back. you better hope that Jeanne misses us my nerves let alone JFZ, can not take another Hurricane.
Toulon » PS. Here comes Jeanne, Hope she misses you too! <><
Toulon » ...which is good for John Furie Zacharias, however, I may never see New Orleans afterall and that's sad. It's 10" under sea level and 20" of surge is headed their way +Ivan may stall! <bleh>
Duke » Looks like Ivan will miss Imajica but the Panhandle won't be so fortunate.
Toulon » Yikes! Ivan's not even there quite yet and here comes Jeanne! They're predicting it'll be a hurricane by next week.
Kristi » Hello, I'm still around.
Brandon Starr » Hope you recover from the hurricanes soon. Looks like Ivan has a good chance of hitting the west coast of Florida. Yikes.
dennis » If it's true that we draw "stuff" toward us with bad thinking, just say "no" to this storm. Wow, what's Fl. thinking to bring this?
dennis » Man, I'm glad you got out OK with only loss of power. I think you've had enough for one decade, eh?
Toulon » Round three, Ivan, coming up, but it may pass Florida, they don't know yet. (the outter bands will get you, but the eye might not)
sare »
~Ams » Man that sucks so hard. When I saw that Ivan was heading toward Fla. my jaw dropped. The weather is so relentless this year.
per JfZ » He's okay, no power due to Hurricane Frances but they made it through with minimal damage. Say a prayer re: Ivan!
melicious » I think its an off-reference to swines in pearls kinda thing Chris
hygelic » GOP Pig Lipstick?
hygelic » I was thinking "Pointy haired" as in Boss, Dilbertlike. JfZ - I don't know your digits, as your cell phone is kablooie. Call collect, home or cell, email me or yahoo, telegram, morse code
dennis » P.S. - "P.H." is a conferred degree, "Persona Honoraria" - meaning intelligent man with blue halo. Here comes Francis..........
dennis » Hey Blue-Halo Man. Where are you? You P.H.! You could let us know if you left or are hiding under the bed, you know. Be safe and our prayers are with you.
Toulon » JfZ (et. al. in Florida) I hope that you all take shelter and are safe from the next hurricane. God Bless you all!
~Ams » hey you. just checking in to see if you'll be safe during the Hurricane. Twice in a matter of weeks....
Kristi » Okay, people, a big round of applause for me! For the first time ever I have endured having to reinstall my operating system and all the drivers, & I did this with almost no help. BTW-Gateway sucks.
dennis » Sorry 2x! In Spec.Olympics you win by showing up at starting line. A good lesson here, eh?
dennis » JfZ: Hanging onto the bedsprings won't do it with this baby. Take care of yourself, eh?
dennis » JfZ: Hanging onto the bedsprings won't do it with this baby. Take care of yourself, eh?
dennis » Want something scary?? Go here: Let go on "loop"
Homer » ice cream mmmm
Toulon » Besides. Arguing on the Internet is like the special Olympics. Even if you win, you're still retarded.
Duke » I simply meant it's too lengthy a discussion to be taking place on a tag board...that's all

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Posted at 11:59 pm by John Furie Zacharias

October 4, 2004   09:02 PM PDT
I was sent one my "A born-again" friends sent me one of those forward this on things. It said, "This Christmas the postoffice has a stamp honoring Muslims
- the ones who killed 2000 at the Towers, 1000 boys in Iraq, etc etc.. Boycott the postoffice - or that stamp - I forget. The e-mail had lots of addresses on
the top.

So I forwarded this out to all those people.
I probably made some pissed people - but Muslims didn't do it. I also said the Iraq people are dying by the 100's of thousands from our boycotts to medicines, food, etc (and Saddam's evil of course)

"If Mecca is the supreme example of unity in diversity for Muslims, America is the Mecca for the world.  That is why so many people make the pilgrimage to this
country.  America is the country where people of all religions, ethnic backgrounds, cultures and nationalities must demonstrate, by working in unison,
that we are a community that improves the human condition and brings people closer together in harmony and unity, instead of contributing to more death,
destruction and division.  America is the country that can show the rest of the world that the most diverse nation on the planet with people who are different
from one another in every conceivable way can live together in mutual respect and admiration and have a better society to show for its efforts.  I believe
that America is the last great social experiment of history and we the people are its subjects.  I pray for the sake of all human kind that we are up to the challenge."

Jeff :I'm enjoying your blogs. By the way, I am "born again" - but I am not A "born-again" - to me there is a big difference. One thinks God needs to be sold - and protected. That's not me.
J f Z
October 7, 2004   06:58 PM PDT
I just noticed this comment before the entry slipped off the main page. Sorry for the delay in replying. In order to get people to talk about things, I walk a fine line between being grouchy and a jerk. I have to put forth one side of a topic for a conversation. Oftentimes, because of the way I write, it comes across as personal to the person reading it when that may not have been my intention. Sometimes, I guess, I do mean to offend.

Irritating people seems to be my specialty, when I bring up religion or politics. Politics is a focus right now because of the upcoming election, but I'm slowly developing other areas or topics that I hope you'll enjoy reading.

I try to publish some entries with topics about which people may have a strong enough oppinion to want to voice it. When it comes to religion, I try to be respectful most of the time, but I'm not always.

If I anger some people about religion, hopefully theu will get over it in time to get irritated when I bring up the next touchy subject.

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