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Old 29-12-2003, 02:30 AM
The Wolf
 
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Default Canadian cow eh?

On 12/28/2003 8:20 PM, in article
, "Ken Davey"
opined:

The spin doctors have done their job well.
As of now it doesn't matter where that damned cow came from. Eighty percent
of Americans have seen the headlines and probably ninety percent of those
folks have not bothered to read the fine print in these 'news releases' that
say there is no proof of origin as yet positively identified.
As illustrated by the threads on the subject an unproven 'suggestion' is now
taken as fact which was, of course, the expected result.
If the investigation determines that Canada was not the source (of the cow
or the infection) you can be sure that that news will be buried on 'page
six'.
One thing positive (at least for me) are the identities of several asshole
Americans whose rabid Canada bashing has earned them a permanent place in my
killfile.


Next time the President of the United States wants to overthrow some
chickenshit raghead country you moose****ing canucks better kowtow and tow
the line, eh?

Pay backs are a bitch...............




What is it with you guys (you know who you are) that you are so
insecure you have to place the blame for all that is wrong on us?
Regards.
Ken.



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Old 29-12-2003, 04:01 AM
Taffy Stoker
 
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Default Canadian cow eh?

On Sun, 28 Dec 2003 20:20:34 -0800, "Ken Davey"
wrote:


One thing positive (at least for me) are the identities of several asshole
Americans whose rabid Canada bashing has earned them a permanent place in my
killfile. What is it with you guys (you know who you are) that you are so
insecure you have to place the blame for all that is wrong on us?


Remember when we Canadians got blamed for the blackout?

Fortunately it backfired on them. Perhaps this one will too.
God only knows where the feed came from that those cows ate.

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Old 29-12-2003, 04:20 AM
Ken Davey
 
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Default Canadian cow eh?

The spin doctors have done their job well.
As of now it doesn't matter where that damned cow came from. Eighty percent
of Americans have seen the headlines and probably ninety percent of those
folks have not bothered to read the fine print in these 'news releases' that
say there is no proof of origin as yet positively identified.
As illustrated by the threads on the subject an unproven 'suggestion' is now
taken as fact which was, of course, the expected result.
If the investigation determines that Canada was not the source (of the cow
or the infection) you can be sure that that news will be buried on 'page
six'.
One thing positive (at least for me) are the identities of several asshole
Americans whose rabid Canada bashing has earned them a permanent place in my
killfile. What is it with you guys (you know who you are) that you are so
insecure you have to place the blame for all that is wrong on us?
Regards.
Ken.


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Old 29-12-2003, 05:33 AM
Henri De Tolouse-Latrec
 
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Default Canadian cow eh?

Believe me there are enough of us Yanks that knows where the money grubbing
back biting buck stops in this country.

Ken Davey wrote in message
...
The spin doctors have done their job well.
As of now it doesn't matter where that damned cow came from. Eighty

percent
of Americans have seen the headlines and probably ninety percent of those
folks have not bothered to read the fine print in these 'news releases'

that
say there is no proof of origin as yet positively identified.
As illustrated by the threads on the subject an unproven 'suggestion' is

now
taken as fact which was, of course, the expected result.
If the investigation determines that Canada was not the source (of the cow
or the infection) you can be sure that that news will be buried on 'page
six'.
One thing positive (at least for me) are the identities of several asshole
Americans whose rabid Canada bashing has earned them a permanent place in

my
killfile. What is it with you guys (you know who you are) that you are so
insecure you have to place the blame for all that is wrong on us?
Regards.
Ken.






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Old 29-12-2003, 03:58 PM
Pan Ohco
 
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Default Canadian cow eh?

On Sun, 28 Dec 2003 20:20:34 -0800, "Ken Davey"
wrote:


One thing positive (at least for me) are the identities of several asshole
Americans whose rabid Canada bashing has earned them a permanent place in my
killfile. What is it with you guys (you know who you are) that you are so
insecure you have to place the blame for all that is wrong on us?
Regards.
Ken.


Well Ken you found us out. There are just as many fool here in the US
per capita as there are in Canada.

What needs to be determined is not where the cow came from, but what
is to be done to stop this from spreading.
Pan Ohco


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Old 29-12-2003, 05:32 PM
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Default Canadian cow eh?

The Wolf writes:

Who knows where the feed came from that those cows ate.


From friggin' moslems of course, those sneaky filthy *******s ground up their
maggoty chidren's spinal cords, slipped it into cattle feed... voila!


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Old 30-12-2003, 03:53 AM
Ken Davey
 
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Default Canadian cow eh?

But are there 'enough'?
History tells me that large masses of people are easy to manipulate.Perhaps
that explains why Canadians generally tend to question what is fed to us by
the media more than Americans will.
Ken. (ducking and putting on flame-proof suit)

Henri De Tolouse-Latrec wrote:
Believe me there are enough of us Yanks that knows where the money
grubbing back biting buck stops in this country.

Ken Davey wrote in message
...
The spin doctors have done their job well.
As of now it doesn't matter where that damned cow came from. Eighty
percent of Americans have seen the headlines and probably ninety
percent of those folks have not bothered to read the fine print in
these 'news releases' that say there is no proof of origin as yet
positively identified. As illustrated by the threads on the subject
an unproven 'suggestion' is now taken as fact which was, of course,
the expected result. If the investigation determines that Canada was
not the source (of the cow or the infection) you can be sure that
that news will be buried on 'page six'.
One thing positive (at least for me) are the identities of several
asshole Americans whose rabid Canada bashing has earned them a
permanent place in my killfile. What is it with you guys (you know
who you are) that you are so insecure you have to place the blame
for all that is wrong on us? Regards.
Ken.






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