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Subject: [catapult] Inexperienced hunters
Date: Mon, 13 Feb 2006 15:10:38 -0800 (PST)
From: Anabas Bathory <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Well said Misses Ward; your friend Shawn in Michigan.....
I think this is dis-info; put out to the mass media for bullshit
propaganda reasons,which i cannot understand,because i
refuse to believe main-stream-media-news..Main stream
media news is a lie,that exists for US,whom they only think
is ill-informed...I see through the smoke-screen...............
*/Rocky /* wrote:
Maybe you guys can help me here, but I think this story
is a bunch of shit.I've been dove and quail hunting out here
and I know how you have to kick up the quail.Little terds
hide in the high grass until you kick them up.Then they fly
over your head and you take a sky shot.I've been pelted
with BB's before..Gotten some welts but not the flippin ICU..
Unless Dick took a close face, I'm not buying this crap.Of
course, they do everything bigger & better in Texas.
Nico Haupt wrote:
> i think, this might be a good story for totalinfo :)
> ...this scandal will possibly re-exploited by some leftgatekeepers soon,
> therefore i'm sending a small offtopic alert for in a while.
> Right now if anyone finds something interesting, please post....
> White House under fire in Cheney shooting accident
> Mon Feb
> WASHINGTON (Reuters) - President George W. Bush knew hours after Vice
> President Dick Cheney accidentally shot a fellow quail hunter but the White
> House came under fire on Monday for not making the information public until
> the next day...
> ...The accident was not reported publicly by the vice president's office
> until Sunday afternoon and then only after an account provided by the
> ranch's owner appeared on the Web site of the Corpus Christi Caller-Times --
> the local newspaper.
> In a testy exchange with reporters on Monday, White House spokesman Scott
> McClellan was bombarded with questions about the propriety of a private
> citizen making public a shooting incident involving the vice president and
> whether Cheney had followed White House protocol...
> Ex-funeral agency chief settles suit
> "... Ms. May contended in her lawsuit that she was fired in 1999 as
> executive director of the Texas Funeral Service Commission after SCI
> Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Robert Waltrip met with Joe Allbaugh, a
> top aide to Mr. Bush while he was governor, to complain about the agency's
> investigation of the company's homes....
> ...Harry Whittington of Austin, who was named presiding officer of the
> Funeral Service Commission after a major shakeup of agency in 1999, said his
> board reluctantly agreed to pay $50,000 as part of the settlement to end the
> 2-year-old case.
> It was unclear which state agency or agencies put up the other $105,000..."
> > --- Ursprüngliche Nachricht ---
> > Von: "Nico Haupt" <email@example.com>
> > An: 911InsideJobbers@yahoogroups.com
> > Betreff: [911InsideJobbers] approve craig hill
> > Datum: Mon, 13 Feb 2006 23:03:45 +0100 (MET)
> sorry, this was supposed to be private to moderators, but i'm sure,
> Craig is not mad at me, posting this :)
> >>>Approve Craig Hill, moderated.
> I think, he will just become a silent observer.
> After all i still like him, because he was the first "politician",
> who promoted the controlled demolition, including on local vermont tv,
> confronting Sen. Leahy. Still alltime props for this.<<<
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