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Tuesday, March 03, 2009

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Robert

Priceless. Thanks for sharing.

Agricola

I can't believe you fell for such an obvious troll post. In the well scrubbed savannah of the blogosphere, where all sorts of predators look for weakness, low hanging fruit has to be taken for what it is....bait.

Dan

I suppose that's possible. But it reads like a poorly written but fairly standard summary of sentiments expressed by the majority of attendees at last month's CPAC meeting to me.

jhota

thanks for making my eyes bleed, Dan.

Kimmo

Man, that was painful... but I couldn't escape the grim fascination.

The closing irony made it all worthwhile, though : )

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