Monday, April 21, 2008

Someone should get Barak some new shoes.

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6 Comments:

At 4/22/2008 4:29 AM, Anonymous art said...

Honestly, that's taking the schtick too far. A man files for $4M yearly income and can't afford whole shoes? Yeah right.

 
At 4/22/2008 1:14 PM, Anonymous mitch said...

I think you post too many images or commentary about Barak that in some way are trying to ridiculize him, or distort his efforts. That's low.

 
At 4/22/2008 1:27 PM, Blogger Ramsey said...

mitch, I think you take the fact that I post images about Barak WAY to far. There's no underlying intention or motive behind it.

I mean really? Making an observation about his shoes is defamatory? I really like the guy.

Mitch, I think it's low that you think I'm being low by posting them. Come on dude. Seriously?

 
At 4/22/2008 9:58 PM, Anonymous michael said...

You know, I think the image is doctored.. not unlike the one where he's holding the phone upside down.

Of course, maybe his shoes are really like that. I doubt it. I wonder if it were doctored, whether the intentions were for simple humor, or for something more negative. Sort of sad if it's the latter.

I hope he wins by a fucking landslide.

 
At 4/23/2008 3:27 AM, Anonymous art said...

mitch, bud, you need a tall drink of chill the fuck out. if there's something Obama needs, it's more humor and less hysterical hobby net censors.

 
At 4/23/2008 2:43 PM, Anonymous mitch said...

Ramsey, I don't really know your ideological postures, but you really shouldn't be that naive. I don't know how many people are influenced by your blog, but I'm all the way down in Mexico and I read it. A lot of people are not well educated and there's a possibility they believe that a guy who holds the phone upside down isn't really the best pick for a presidency. So, don't take your own thoughts and opinions so lightly. Sorry if I sound rude and agressive, my english is not very good and I don't really know how to set the tone for an argument. And art, you're the classical stereotype of the prepotent, arrogant american who believes that cursing will make a strong stand. Greetings.

 

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