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Wednesday, July 04, 2007

Al Gore Jr. Arrested In OC

Man this is a rich news day. Al Gore III was pulled over early this morning for DUI somewhere in OC. He was going 100 mph in a Toyota Prius(isn't this ironic?) and he had some hippie lettuce, Valium, Xanax, Vicodin and Adderall to keep him company. Man this guy is his own drugstore. I always wonder why kids of politicians turn out so bad. He sounds like a troubled kid or just a raging party animal. The thing that caught me most about this story though was that who knew a Toyota Prius could go 100 mph. Too funny. Oh yeah and doesn't going 100 mph use a lot more gas? I guess in liberal parlance, this is better known as being "carbon neutral", LOL. He's trying to save the planet and destroy his own life at the same time! I can't wait to see his irie booking photo.

Here's the Register story

Here's a must see South Park clip about hybrid cars. It's hilarious


  • At 4:34 PM, Blogger Agent Orange said…

    "The thing that caught me most about this story though was that who knew a Toyota Prius could go 100 mph. Too funny."

    Allan, Rodney King was accused to do over 120 mph in a similar Japanese clunker so you know that it is a typical Orange County sheriff's crapola.

    However, it is definitely news worthy post because it proves my free spirit believes which are embedded in the Golden Role, [A different gold from the one you are trading on the future market, Allan].

    The ethic of reciprocity or "The Golden Rule" is a fundamental moral principle found in virtually all major religions and cultures, which simply means treat others as you would like to be treated -- applicable to all Dem/Rep Bolsheviks.

    This was recently proven in Tony Villaraigosa or rather Villasalinas and Rocky Delgadillo case.

    However, in the Delgadillo case, based on "He Who Cast The First Stone Doctrine" he also proved the theory of casting the boomerang against Paris Hilton.

    This is all relevant to my prior post RE: Open / Closed Border doctrine by Pat Buchanan.



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