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Discussion in 'Et Cetera, Et Cetera' started by SpoLLe, Aug 16, 2008.
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oh man that made me laugh so hard, yeah the Russians just want the State of Georgia, not Texas, Florida or even California... just Georgia lol
By the way, that was a jpg. so it's fake.
The syntax is so garbled, that if such a person existed, they wouldn't be able to raise a finger, much less turn a computer on and type.
It may be fake, I just saw it on an other forum. But I think you are giving people way too much credit. There are people that stupid out there.
of course there are stupid people out there... have you not been on MySpace? lol
It being a jpeg doesn't make it fake. It makes it a screen-cap.
Oh, it was ON THE INTERNET, so it must be real?
Make sure you're real too.
I don't know... there are some damned ignorant people out there.
The screen shot doesn't have any links or type indicating links.
I could load on stuff about the KKK url links, but I don't want to upset people with extremist views and the like. If you want stupid, there's JasonDawg's blog.
Very true Jason. Ignorance might be bliss but...I think I prefer to be less blissful.:smile:
Then again, there are some people who will believe anything. Even male posters posing as ex female porn stars for instance *cough* *cough* :wink:
You don't have to travel all the way to MySpace Lorraine...
ZOS, you're reasoning for it being fake is weak and distorted. That picture has the exact same format as a Yahoo Answers page, where the links don't appear as blue underlined text (what professional web designer does that anymore?). Oh and also, can't fake this:
I live in georegia but i dont see rusia no where not even sound but they says theres tanks should i be worrie - Yahoo! Answers
So you're saying im fake? Lol.
Hahaha, good one, allthough there is still the war in Georgia...
I believe it!
And who cares if it isn't true or not.
Having gone to university in the American South... that's just silly enough to be real.
So I stand corrected. Okay, but I get a bit suspicious of stuff on the internet that proclaims this that and the other.
One of the early stories of internet tomfoolery involved two teenage boys, trying to make "dynamite". With instructions they had downloaded. One of the procedures was to boil kerosene on the stove...
Or that shot of the plane taken head on the the world trade towers...
Or the very existence of THE WEEKLY WORLD NEWS...
Perhaps the Russians are running low on pecans, peaches, peanuts and red clay. All of which are indigenous to Georgia; and are available in copious amounts.
One thing is for sure. Thats funny.:biggrin1: