here you go again, Stu.
stuart wrote:However, as you have much more first hand knowledge, I will defer.
Well the news that he cribs from Ronnie is hardly new. And I've given up on the debates. They used to be semi-real back in the League of Women Voters day. Now. . . Mind-boggling banal. Oh well. Once had a friend who could never again look a Belgian Endive in the face after the 1988 debates.stuart wrote:more of a Reaganism
clearly you did not see bush debates circa 2000. Although he pulled that line out again Arizona as well.
They used to be semi-real back in the League of Women Voters day
And that may be part of my problem. There comes a point when it just seems like pointless ritual--and I'm refusing to be drawn in. At least there was that shining moment when Lloyd Bensen killed Dan Quayle's political career, but ordinarily there's this sort of feeling of dislocation when a politician seems really creepy to me and STILL wins the election. It may simply be my protecting myself from stress.stuart wrote:What illustrated this most clearly was the change in tenor of Bush between when he had to answer questions and when he was allowed to deliver his prepared closing statements. It was scary to see the transformation.
zorro sings wrote:This camp stirred up so much controversy on this board and the plans were so grand that I had to take a ride out to Camp Israel while at this years Burn and see how it all turned out.After a long bike ride to the furthest reaches of BRC I came across a huge piece of real estate marked by a sign on the ground and a wind torn Israeli flag.The entire area was populated by two cars and a small sleeping tent.That was it.Didn't know whether to laugh or cry but the pathos was striking and it remains one of my most vivid images of BM '04.
The great thing about being me is that I have no time nor concern for the inevitable flaming this will incur!
spectabillis wrote:lizwiz wrote:The purpose of the camp is to promote Jewish Awareness to the Burning Man community at large and to provide a place for Jews to gather.
Are Palestinians invited?
DROWNINGTHEMIND wrote:Is this all a joke? I hope so.....the only thing any orgnaized religion has ever done is cause wars, fighting and killing...and I thought we were supposed to be leaving all those differences behind at burning man?
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