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Thanks to LC Nixcell for pointing us to this humongous heap of pro-terrorist fecal matter, courtesy of the New York Slimes. It’s obvious that their efforts to leak every national secret they can lay their hands on to terrorists, not to mention functioning as a propaganda organ for al-Qaeda, isn’t working well enough.

Perhaps their last check from an undisclosed cave in Pakistan had a note attached, telling them to work harder?

Today we’re offering a list — which, sadly, is hardly exhaustive — of things that need to be done to reverse the unwise and lawless policies of President Bush and Vice President Dick Cheney.

Strange how something can be “lawless” when the courts, including the Supreme Court, have unfailingly upheld those policies. Obviously, “lawless” doesn’t mean what it used to mean according to the hacks of the New York Slimes. Where it used to mean “against the law”, it now means “against our agenda.”

One of the new act’s most indecent provisions denies anyone Mr. Bush labels an “illegal enemy combatant” the ancient right to challenge his imprisonment in court.

The only “ancient” thing here is the rotting residue of brains between your ears. No enemy combatants, illegal or otherwise, have ever had a “right” to challenge their detainment in court. We can see it now. Hordes of German, Italian and Japanese prisoners petitioning to be let out of detention camps during WWII.

The arguments for doing this were specious. Habeas corpus is nothing remotely like a get-out-of-jail-free card for terrorists, as supporters would have you believe.

For one thing, they’re not in “jail”, you morons.

It is a way to sort out those justly detained from those unjustly detained.

And the military already has a way of doing just that. As a matter of fact, they’ve investigated and released hundreds of detainees since the war started. Some of them, lamentably, went straight back to doing what they denied having ever done in the first place, which was committing acts of terrorism, suggesting that we are, if anything, too LENIENT in our investigations, but to even suggest that the “poor widdle tewwowists” are being held in complete limbo with no recourse to anything is, at best, so completely bereft of Clue that you have to wonder if the New York Slimes staff oughtn’t be placed in protective custody for their own good. At worst, and most likely, considering their track record, they’re lying through their teeth. Again.

It will not “clog the courts,” as Senator Graham claims.

Our courts are ALREADY clogged, numbnuts. How anybody can claim, with a straight face, that adding to the case burden won’t have any effect at all is beyond us. But, then again, we’re familiar with basic logic.

Senator Patrick Leahy of Vermont, the Democratic chairman of the Judiciary Committee, has a worthy bill that would restore habeas corpus. It is essential to bringing integrity to the detention system and reviving the United States’ credibility.

“Credibility?” Among whom? The terrorists? We guarantee you that they’ll be ecstatic to learn that the moron infidels are now giving terrorists their day in court as if they were common burglars or caught speeding on the Interstate, but it won’t do much for our credibility in their eyes. At least not our credibility as far as wanting to win the war is concerned.

Mr. Bush’s program of intercepting Americans’ international calls and e-mail messages without a warrant has not ceased. The agreement announced recently — under which a secret court supposedly gave its blessing to the program — did nothing to restore judicial process or ensure that Americans’ rights are preserved. Congress needs to pass a measure, like one proposed by Senator Dianne Feinstein, to force Mr. Bush to obey the law that requires warrants for electronic surveillance.

The New York Slimes obviously still haven’t bothered to obtain a copy of USSID 18, or maybe they just can’t read. We suspect the latter. At any rate, the above is so mind-numbingly ignorant of the actual facts that we’d have to write two pages of Fisking to do it justice. Fortunately, we don’t have to. The Imperial Torturer already shredded it thoroughly in this article. Go read it. We’ll still be here when you get back.

The provisions in the Military Commissions Act that Senator McCain trumpeted as a ban on torture are hardly that. It is still largely up to the president to decide what constitutes torture and abuse for the purpose of prosecuting anyone who breaks the rules. This amounts to rewriting the Geneva Conventions

None of which apply to terrorists, saboteurs, spies, franc-tireurs etc., but don’t let facts get in the way of protecting terrorists and making sure that they won’t ever pay any attention to the rules. You see, the whole point of the Geneva Conventions were to protect civilians, so they set up a set of rules that everybody had to play by, in return for which they’d get certain rights. If you take away that incentive, you get exactly what the lying, objectively pro-terrorist weasels at the New York Slimes pretend to be against: An unholy bloodbath where nobody, least of all civilians, are safe.

…and puts every American soldier at far greater risk if captured.

The terrorists are going to mutilate, torture, maim, murder and molest their dead bodies TWICE?

Really, we don’t really know why anybody even bothers to make that “argument” anymore, much less defend it, considering the daily brutality and gruesomeness that the terrorists not only employ, but take great pleasure in filming and bragging about.

Close the C.I.A. Prisons

When the Military Commissions Act passed, Mr. Bush triumphantly announced that he now had the power to keep the secret prisons open. He cast this as a great victory for national security. It was a defeat for America’s image around the world. The prisons should be closed.

Because, unless the New York Slimes has full access to information regarding the wheres and whos regarding terrorists held in captivity, how on EARTH are they supposed to be able to pass this information on to their allies in al-Qaeda?

There are several reasons why keeping things like this secret is not only a Good Thing™, it is absolutely mission critical. The mission here being, of course, to protect Americans and winning the war, which fully explains why the New York Slimes is against it. You don’t want the terrorists to know who you’re holding because it will most certainly make their friends go to ground and hide, and you don’t want them to know where they’re being held for the very simple reason that it makes it a damn sight harder for the terrorists to try to spring them from captivity.

Both of which objectives are, of course, anathema to the agenda of the New York Slimes, since it hurts their terrorist allies’ chances of winning the war and make the Bush Administration look bad.

The United States has to come clean on all of the “ghost prisoners” it has in the secret camps. Holding prisoners without any accounting violates human rights norms. Human Rights Watch says it has identified nearly 40 men and women who have disappeared into secret American-run prisons.

Human “Rights” Watch is also the organization who saw no humanitarian reason to put an end to Saddam Hussein’s regime of terror, and who routinely condemns Eretz Yisroel for defending herself against terrorist attacks while completely and utterly ignoring the outrages committed by her enemies.

In other words, the only value of quoting Human “Rights” Watch is that it’ll give you an idea of what the terrorists’ objectives are at any given moment in time.

Ban Extraordinary Rendition

This is the odious practice of abducting foreign citizens and secretly flying them to countries where everyone knows they will be tortured.

And everbody “knows” this how, exactly?

It is already illegal to send a prisoner to a country if there is reason to believe he will be tortured. The administration’s claim that it got “diplomatic assurances” that prisoners would not be abused is laughable.

What other kinds of assurances would you prefer, then? Is extradition to be forever outlawed, perhaps? We’re sure that’ll improve our “standing” among nations when we flip them the bird every time they ask for some terrorist fucknozzle guilty of mass murder in their home countries.

But thanks for letting us know that the New York Slimes no longer believes in “diplomatic assurances” or, by extension, diplomacy. Perhaps you’ll quit pissing and moaning about how we should “negotiate” with Iran, Syria and the Paleosimian terrortories. We should be so lucky.

A bill by Representative Edward Markey, Democrat of Massachusetts, would require the executive branch to list countries known to abuse and torture prisoners. No prisoner could be sent to any of them unless the secretary of state certified that the country’s government no longer abused its prisoners or offered a way to verify that a prisoner will not be mistreated. It says “diplomatic assurances” are not sufficient.

What a load of politician bull hockey is this? So, short of a “certification” by the Sec-of-State, what do you suggest we do? Invade their countries, take over their prisons and re-write their laws? Funny, we never knew that the New York Slimes were that unilateral, simplisme and warlike. But that’s not what you really want, is it? You want to make sure that no terrorist, no matter how vile and murderous, will ever have to face the consequences of his crimes.

Tighten the Definition of Combatant

“Illegal enemy combatant” is assigned a dangerously broad definition in the Military Commissions Act. It allows Mr. Bush — or for that matter anyone he chooses to designate to do the job — to apply this label to virtually any foreigner anywhere, including those living legally in the United States.

As evidenced by the hordes of innocent foreigners currently wasting away in Gitmo.

Here’s what it actually SAYS:

…a person who has: (1) engaged in or supported hostilities against the United States or its co-belligerents who is not a lawful enemy combatant; or (2) been determined to be an unlawful enemy combatant by a Combatant Status Review Tribunal or other tribunal established under the authority of the President or the Secretary of Defense (Secretary).

See anything in there suggesting that the President can willy-nilly define anybody as an unlawful combatant? Funny, we don’t either.

But, then again, what do facts matter when the New York Slimes has an agenda to push?

When the administration began taking prisoners in Afghanistan, it did not much bother to screen them. Hundreds of innocent men were sent to Gitmo, where far too many remain to this day. The vast majority will never even be brought before tribunals and still face indefinite detention without charges.

According to this article from December 18th, 2006, approximately 380 detainees had been let out, leaving 395 behind. Granted, 395 is larger than 380, but you might want to reconsider your usage of the term “vast majority.” Or perhaps you mean to say that the “vast majority” of those left behind won’t ever face a tribunal? Do you have a crystal ball and, if you do, can we borrow it? We just want to check the lottery numbers for next week.

So far, about half of everybody ever sent to Gitmo have been set free. Granted, they didn’t get their day in court, so maybe we should tell them to come back and face a tribunal instead of running around on the loose. We’re sure they’d be ecstatic to take us up on the offer. Those of the “poor innocents” that aren’t busy engaging in terrorism or assuming room temperature, anyway.

Idiots.

You still haven’t learned anything regarding this whole “fact checking” deal, have you?

Under legal pressure, Mr. Bush created “combatant status review tribunals,” but they are a mockery of any civilized legal proceeding. They take place thousands of miles from the point of capture, and often years later. Evidence obtained by coercion and torture is permitted. The inmates do not get to challenge this evidence. They usually do not see it.

We repeat: Those aren’t shoplifters we’re talking about. A great deal of the evidence against them is classified (at least until the New York Slimes gets a hold of it and broadcasts it all over the world), which makes it problematic to wave it around in full view of everybody, including the defendants. We’re at WAR, you morons, we’re not cracking down on a pirated software ring in Massachusetts.

The Bush administration uses the hoary “fog of war” dodge to justify the failure to screen prisoners, saying it is not practical to do that on the battlefield. That’s nonsense. It did not happen in Afghanistan, and often in Iraq, because Mr. Bush decided just to ship the prisoners off to Gitmo.

Wow! Crystal balls AND mind-reading! You guys at the New York Slimes make Miss Cleo and John “I Channel Dead People” Edwards look like rank amateurs.

Prisoners designated as illegal combatants are subject to trial rules out of the Red Queen’s playbook. The administration refuses to allow lawyers access to 14 terrorism suspects transferred in September from C.I.A. prisons to Guantánamo. It says that if they had a lawyer, they might say that they were tortured or abused at the C.I.A. prisons, and anything that happened at those prisons is secret.

Still having trouble with that whole “classified material” concept, aren’t you? Thank heavens you traitors weren’t running the paper in ‘41-’45, or you’d be broadcasting convoy sailing times and routes, citing “the public’s need to know.”

Ban Tainted Evidence

The Military Commissions Act and the regulations drawn up by the Pentagon to put it into action, are far too permissive on evidence obtained through physical abuse or coercion. This evidence is unreliable. The method of obtaining it is an affront.

A good deal of the evidence has to be obtained by getting the terrorists to hand it over to us, which is unlikely to happen if we just ask them nicely. You see, they consider themselves at war with us (unlike the libtards, who think that it’s all just a criminal law issue), so they’re not likely to give up their information unless we make them want to. That’s called “intelligence gathering”, and it’s been done that way since war was invented. Heck, we even have rules for how you can and cannot do it, unlike our enemies who torture, maim and mutilate just for shit and giggles.

And yes, you’re absolutely right that those methods wouldn’t be permissible in a robbery investigation, which is why we didn’t just hand over a warrant to Adolf Hitler in 1941, demanding that he hand back Poland or show up in court.

Morons.

Under the Pentagon’s new rules for military tribunals, judges are allowed to keep evidence secret from a prisoner’s lawyer if the government persuades the judge it is classified. The information that may be withheld can include interrogation methods, which would make it hard, if not impossible, to prove torture or abuse.

Funnily enough, the task of the military tribunals isn’t “to prove torture or abuse”, it’s to prove whether the detainee is guilty of war crimes or not. If the detainee wants to sue for emotional damages later on, that’s up to him. Of course, if he’s found guilty, he probably won’t be in much of a shape to sue anybody.

The military commission rules define this sort of secret evidence as “any information or material that has been determined by the United States government pursuant to statute, executive order or regulation to require protection against unauthorized disclosure for reasons of national security.” This is too broad, even if a president can be trusted to exercise the power fairly and carefully. Mr. Bush has shown he cannot be trusted to do that.

It really doesn’t matter how much you postulate that the President (it’s not “Mr Bush” no matter how much you believe, in your mushroom-addled brain, that he stole the election) “can’t be trusted”, it doesn’t make it true. Nor does it make it relevant in a court of law, military or otherwise. The fact of the matter is that the Executive gets to define what’s classified and what’s not. He also gets to decide what the best interests of national security is, whether you like it or not. That’s part of the job that we elect him to do, and your only say in the matter is at the ballot box. So quit whining, you sorry bastards, and learn to live with the law of the land.

Soon after 9/11, the Bush administration allowed the government to listen to conversations and intercept mail between some prisoners and their lawyers. This had the effect of suspending their right to effective legal representation.

It also had the effect of catching Lynne Stewart passing on information from a captured terrorist to his terrorist buddies still at large, something that pissed you al-Qaeda sympathizing swine off no end, we’re sure. But that too is irrelevant. If the terrorists and their legal counsel can’t be trusted to follow the law, then we have to keep an eye on them. Lynne Stewart, that ugly, treasonous cow, ought to be forever grateful that this nation has lost its balls and no longer enforces its own laws. Otherwise, she’d be enjoying the full punishment for spying on the United States on behalf of a foreign enemy. Think “Rope. Tree. Spy. Some assembly required.”

Come to think of it, the staff of the New York Slimes would be in the same situation, given your numerous leaks of classified information to our enemies in a time of war. No wonder you’re so much against enforcing our laws.

Since then, the administration has been unceasingly hostile to any lawyers who defend detainees. The right to legal counsel does not exist to coddle serial terrorists or snarl legal proceedings. It exists to protect innocent people from illegal imprisonment.

If the terrorists and their lawyers weren’t abusing those rights constantly to coddle the terrorists and snarl legal proceedings, then perhaps they wouldn’t be watched quite as carefully as they are now. Besides, nothing of what is overheard can be used to condemn the terrorist, it can only be used to prosecute the counsel working on behalf of an armed enemy of the United States in a time of war.

Beyond all these huge tasks, Congress should halt the federal government’s race to classify documents to avoid public scrutiny — 15.6 million in 2005, nearly double the 2001 number. It should also reverse the grievous harm this administration has done to the Freedom of Information Act by encouraging agencies to reject requests for documents whenever possible.

What’s the matter? Did your leaks dry up all of a sudden, making it unconscionably difficult for you to provide aid and comfort to our enemies in a time of war?

Boo hoo freaking hoo.

Bring us our nanotech violin. We feel a really, really sad song coming on.

Congress should curtail F.B.I. spying on nonviolent antiwar groups and revisit parts of the Patriot Act that allow this practice.

The United States should apologize to a Canadian citizen and a German citizen, both innocent, who were kidnapped and tortured by American agents.

Oh yes, and it is time to close the Guantánamo camp. It is a despicable symbol of the abuses committed by this administration (with Congress’s complicity) in the name of fighting terrorism.

What we should do is fill up Gitmo with spies, hiding under the guise of being “journalists.”

Then try them and, if found guilty, hang them immediately.

Rope. Tree. Journalist.
Some assembly required.

Thatisall.

22 Responses to “New York Slimes Authors New Terrorists’ Bill of Rights”
  1. Mike M Comment by Mike M

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    Those folks at the New York Times? Well, they sound like a Factually Alienated Goofy Gaggle Of Terror Supporters to me.

  2. Unregistered Comment by Infidel River Rat

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    The little fucks want to raise support for terrorist’s rights? Hey, they’re showing their true colors, the POS’s! :flush_tb: :thumbdown_tb: :dunce_tb:

  3. juandos Comment by juandos

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    Well hell! I think these are damned good ideas and I think the, “Pinch ‘I failed you‘Sulzberger can contribute to the cause:

    Close the C.I.A. Prisons: Yes and put them up at Sulzberger’s house…

    Ban Extraordinary Rendition: Yes, let’s rendition these towel heads to Barney Frank’s basement…

  4. Mope, Imperial Knucklehead Comment by Mope, Imperial Knucklehead

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    One of the new act’s most indecent provisions denies anyone Mr. Bush labels an “illegal enemy combatant” the ancient right to challenge his imprisonment in court.

    As opposed to being summarily executed as was the ancient right. The only difference between us and them is we toss them in prison and they saw off our guys heads.

    It will not “clog the courts,” as Senator Graham claims.

    Those are the courts that appointments were blocked by the democrats. Talk about clogging the courts…

    Mr. Bush’s program of intercepting Americans’ international calls and e-mail messages without a warrant has not ceased.

    Not only have the courts agreed it was lawful, The Slimes neglects to say the calls are to or from people under suspicion. Not to give you nitwits any ammo, but if you use a cordless phone… yup you guessed it.

    Emperor, nice job.

    Obviously, they are smoking all the hemp we need.

  5. BC, Imperial Torturer Comment by BC, Imperial Torturer

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    It’s just a crying fuckin’ shame that the entire staff of the Gnu Yak Slimes™ wasn’t having a party on the top floor of Tower One on 9/11.

    If ever a group of fucking terrorist-coddling traitors ever deserved to die gruesome, fiery deaths, this bunch is it. Life isn’t fair… 3,000 decent humans die horribly and these rancid bags of yeast-infected, skunk-produced fuckdrippings are left to continue stealing oxygen from protozoans in the Marianas Trench.

    :wallbash_tb:

  6. LC HJ Caveman82952 Comment by LC HJ Caveman82952

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    Bin Laden’s buddies flew those jets into the wrong fucking building…….well, maybe next time…..

  7. Unregistered Pingback by Grouchy’s Liberaltopia™ » That Was The Weak That Was CPAC

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    […] read the latest thing that has Misha’s thong in a twist and wonder if maybe we should keep some of these Bush “anti-terror innovations” around […]

  8. Cheapshot911 Comment by Cheapshot911

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    Heh, librultopia,,
    Mention “taliban” and see what floats up,,

  9. jaybear Comment by jaybear

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    I have a question for all of you New York Rotties….

    How close is the NY Times building to Ground Zero? Are they close enough to have seen the towers go down?

    How ANYONE in New York City can have survived that day and STILL sympathize with the terrorists…is just beyond my comprehension.

    The souls of those 3000 Americans are uneasy tonight.

  10. Unregistered Comment by Drew458

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    Jaybear - maybe if they were on the roof at the Times they could have seen a little. The WTC did rather stick up above the other buildings. But otherwise, no. If you look at this map, the pin shows the NYT building. Drag and drop on the map about 4 pulls to the south and you’ll find the World Financial Center way down near the tip. Switch the map to “+” and click Satellite or Hybrid and you can see the hole at Ground Zero. It’s a long walk between the two places, and there’s gotta be hundreds of skyscrapers between them.

  11. BC, Imperial Torturer Comment by BC, Imperial Torturer

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    Let’s hope the Grouchy Moron is leading the way if their Retard Revolución™ ever gets underway. Remember, you sperm-gargling cum-bucket, we’re the ones with the Eeeeevil Guns o’ Doom™. (And we’re the ones trained by the Eeeeevil BusHitlerCheneyBurtonMilitaryZionistCabal™ on how to use them to effectively kill unarmed civilians rock & bottle-throwing moronic miscreants.)

    “Bring It On, Muthafuckas!” :smoke_tb: :guns_tb:

  12. LC JackBoot IC/A-OBR Comment by LC JackBoot IC/A-OBR

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    Yikes Liege:

    You guys at the New York Slimes make Miss Cleo

    Why did you go and ‘out’ their best stringer?

    read the latest thing that has Misha’s thong in a twist

    Looks like CrotchGrouch has been sniffin’ the dirty laundry basket again…..Everybody knows (just like the 5 remaining readers of the Slimes) has it on reliable information that Nigel™ won’t fit into any known brand of thingy-thongies….

    :eek_wp:

  13. LC Guido Cabrone Comment by LC Guido Cabrone

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    Double Posting, JB? (Site went wonky on him.—-B.)

  14. Mike M Comment by Mike M

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    It’s just a crying fuckin’ shame that the entire staff of the Gnu Yak Slimes™ wasn’t having a party on the top floor of Tower One on 9/11.

    Sometimes there’s just no justice, BC.

    ….from protozoans in the Marianas Trench

    Not to be confused with the protozoans and other little gremlins residing in the deep recesses of Marianna’s trench, who worked out of the Club Boom Boom in Olongapo City not too far away.

  15. Michael Comment by Michael

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    Congress should curtail F.B.I. spying on nonviolent antiwar groups and revisit parts of the Patriot Act that allow this practice.

    Yeah those peaceful Anti-war groups, Peacefully spitting on Vets, peacefully assulting counter protesters, peacefully destroying private property and peacefully vandalizing.

    Kinda reminds you of the followers of the Religion of peace, peacefully rioting.

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    […] had wanted to revisit the NYTimes editorial that had the Mutt’s choke chain chafing. Then Dean Esmay decided to step over the line into the reality based community. It’s […]

  17. BC, Imperial Torturer Comment by BC, Imperial Torturer

    Strict Standards: call_user_func_array() expects parameter 1 to be a valid callback, non-static method emotions::filter_text() should not be called statically in /home/misha/public_html/2007/wp-includes/plugin.php on line 59

    Awwwwwwwwwww. The Grumpy Retard is trolling for hits again. Wassamatter, Discontented AssBurglar, you running out of weed and Night Train® and need to spin your hit counter a few more times until the gubmint check clears?

    Being CAIR’s pro bono bitchboy just doesn’t pay the bills, does it?

  18. BauerPower Comment by BauerPower

    Strict Standards: call_user_func_array() expects parameter 1 to be a valid callback, non-static method emotions::filter_text() should not be called statically in /home/misha/public_html/2007/wp-includes/plugin.php on line 59

    Grumpy needs to read this, and dare to defend Pisslamic Law. Otherwise, take a nice warm glass of shut the f-ck up…

    Saudi sharia law has lady rape victim lashed, 90 times, but rapists go free because they find Allah and recant…..

    And we’re the frickin barbarians?

    Religion of Puss indeed. Koranimals, fitting.

  19. Cheapshot911 Comment by Cheapshot911

    Strict Standards: call_user_func_array() expects parameter 1 to be a valid callback, non-static method emotions::filter_text() should not be called statically in /home/misha/public_html/2007/wp-includes/plugin.php on line 59

    Parental controls/grumpsville, plonk.

    Heh, banned his cesspoo-er, site!

    Dixie is a tad cleaner..

    Where did I put my flag now,, everyone but Mrs M and I have one…

  20. LC Mrs. M-ITT™ Comment by LC Mrs. M-ITT™

    Strict Standards: call_user_func_array() expects parameter 1 to be a valid callback, non-static method emotions::filter_text() should not be called statically in /home/misha/public_html/2007/wp-includes/plugin.php on line 59

    Where did I put my flag now,, everyone but Mrs M and I have one…

    At least you have an avatar. I don’t even get THAT. :glurps_tb:

    *goes off to the sofa to eat some chocolate to calm her hurt feeeewings*

  21. Cheapshot911 Comment by Cheapshot911

    Strict Standards: call_user_func_array() expects parameter 1 to be a valid callback, non-static method emotions::filter_text() should not be called statically in /home/misha/public_html/2007/wp-includes/plugin.php on line 59

    LC Mrs M
    Choose just the right bon-bon and make an avatar out of that.
    If there’s no talent available where you are, send me a pic of your heart’t gravatar desire.

    ‘Merely a respectful effort to control certain estate expansions for Mr.M.

  22. LC Mrs. M-ITT™ Comment by LC Mrs. M-ITT™

    Strict Standards: call_user_func_array() expects parameter 1 to be a valid callback, non-static method emotions::filter_text() should not be called statically in /home/misha/public_html/2007/wp-includes/plugin.php on line 59

    That is very nice of you to offer Cheapshot…but I have already uploaded one, but it’s not showing. Not sure what the problem is, but I suppose I can just view it as my way of standing out in the crowd..LOL