I found a name!
sueporpora at yahoo.com
Sat Nov 6 08:00:46 CST 2004
Thanks everyone for you input. We decided on Annie
Blue Eyes. It came to me after I sent my first e-mail
to ask for help. She has adorable blue eyes so that
fits and Avenging Annie kind of describes her. Thanks
again for your help.
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> From: "Sigel, James (N-CSC)" <james.sigel at lmco.com>
> Subject: Still the sour grapes, eh?
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> >if you actually saw "fahrenheit 9/11", you'll see
> that mike dosen't
> hate america,
> I did see it. And I saw "Mike" make his statement,
> clear as an
> unmuddied lake. And no matter how much you guys try
> to spin it, it
> still amounts to the same hatred. Pure, unabashed
> hatred. You don't
> support this country's enemies because you don't
> like the President; you
> just don't. What you think Pete Townshend wouldn't
> let Moore used WGFA
> because he simply didn't think it fit?
> >by the way, last I heard, pete still didn't see
> >which goes to show that unless you've actually seen
> the movie,
> No, Pete didn't have to see the movie; Moore's
> production company met
> with Pete privately and gave him a full synopsis of
> the film, to which
> Pete promptly refused to let Moore use the song. He
> commented that he
> didn't like the way Moore spins the truth after Pete
> saw Bowling for
> Columbine. Don't crucify me, that's what Pete said.
> Funny how this
> stuff never made it to this list...
> Sour and Sad Marky:
> >Twisting Townshend's words to suit their narrow
> You'd know all about twisting words, wouldn't you?
> >What else can you expect from the people who are
> unable to admit to ANY
> >It's McCarthyism back to haunt us,
> FOUL! I've been calling the anti-Bush movement's
> cry-wolf politics
> McCarthyism for two years now. You'll have to find
> another analogy;
> this one's taken.
> >Some dare to send others to die in their
> >place while making sure not a single one of them
> >had to be placed in danger,
> Sure, it comes with the position. Ask Presidents
> Lincoln, Grant,
> Wilson, TR Roosevelt, FDR, Truman, Kennedy, Johnson,
> Nixon, etc etc etc
> etc... Last time I checked, I don't recall a single
> one of them
> actually leading the charge up the hill. TR doesn't
> count because he
> wasn't Prez at the time of San Juan hill.
> >The American REAL heroes are the people intelligent
> enough, and brave
> >to vote for John Kerry on Tuesday.
> Too bad Kim Jong, Arafat, and bin Laden weren't
> registered voters,
> might've put Kerry over the top. If Hitler were
> still alive, he
> could've thrown his endorsement in the ring with
> them too. Stalin..?
> As much as you'd just love to start another pissing
> contest with me
> Marky, I'll keep it short and real. First of all,
> thanks for extending
> another example of your "open mindedness". As if I
> needed another
> example, but thanks just the same. As soon as
> someone makes a comment
> that you don't agree with, you start trouble. In
> character at least.
> But just remember - my comments weren't directed at
> you, so keep that in
> mind the next time you feel the need to go on
> another self-righteous
> tirade. Proof positive yet again, that your
> hypocrisy lives and
> And by the way, the "REAL" heroes are the ones
> fighting overseas so some
> suicide bomber doesn't blow up a tour bus going to
> Disneyworld, not ones
> who took a couple hours off of work to do their
> American duty and vote.
> Heroes indeed. Talk about delusions of grandeur.
> Typical; wanting a
> pat on the back for doing what you're supposed to be
> And for the record, nobody is "twisting" Pete
> Townshend's words
> regarding his feelings toward Michael Moore but you,
> pal. Observe:
> "I greatly resent being bullied and slurred by him
> just because he
> didn't get what we wanted from me," Townshend told
> Ireland Online
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