Man, you be a stiff necked fool!<br><br>RAP IS NOT CORPORATE ENOUGH IS THAT IT?<br>Errr... MTV... yeah mad corporate. And pink.<br>> : P<br><br>Bob Marley <br>Stiff Necked Fools<br><br>Stiff-necked fools, you think you are cool<br>To deny me for simplicity.<br>Yes, you have gone for so long<br>With your love for vanity now.<br>Yes, you have got the wrong interpretation<br>Mixed up with vain imagination.<br><br>So take Jah Sun, and Jah Moon,<br>And Jah Rain, and Jah Stars,<br>And forever, yes, erase your fantasy, yea-eah!<br><br>The lips of the righteous teach many,<br>But fools die for want of wisdom.<br>The rich man's wealth is in his city;<br>The righteous' wealth is in his Holy Place.<br><br>So take Jah Sun, and Jah Moon,<br>And Jah Rain, and Jah Stars,<br>And forever, yes, erase your fantasy, yeah!<br>Destruction of the poor is in their poverty;<br>Destruction of the soul is vanity, yeah!<br><br>So stiff-necked fools, you think you are cool<br>To deny me for simplicity, yea-ea-eah!<br>Yes, you have gone - gone for so long<br>With your love for vanity now.<br><br>But I don't wanna rule ya!<br>I don't wanna fool ya!<br>I don't wanna school ya:<br>Things you - you might never know about!<br><br>Yes, you have got the wrong interpretation<br>Mixed up with vain - vain imagination:<br>Stiff-necked fools, you think you are cool<br>To deny me for, o-ooh, simplicity. [fadeout]<br><br>________________>MEANWHILE:<br> Air Force Academy zealots<br> The New York Times<br><br>MONDAY, JUNE 13, 2005<br> In an overdue burst of candor, the superintendent of the U.S. Air Force Academy has acknowledged that his campus is so permeated with evangelical proselytizing that it will take years to rid the institution of religious intolerance. Lieutenant General John Rosa Jr. said he finds the problem of cadets unfairly pressured to adopt Christian beliefs and practices occurring throughout "my whole organization," with offenders among faculty, staff and students. "Perception is reality," the general apologetically declared of numerous complaints that cadets' constitutional rights have been violated by militant evangelists wielding peer pressure with the blessing of authority figures in the chain of command. One campus chaplain went so far as to warn hundreds of cadets that those "not born again" would "burn in the fires of hell," according to authorized campus interviews by the Yale Divinity School, whose study concluded that the problem was rife. Reforms were promised last year, but were compromised. When Captain MeLinda Morton, a Lutheran chaplain, dared to complain of cadets being abused by "systemic and pervasive" proselytizing, the Air Force transferred her to Asia. Rosa should bring the major back if he is serious about the cleanup. An inspector general's report is promised soon from the Air Force. But it will take much more prodding, especially civilian pressure from George W. Bush, Congress and[color:red] taxpayers</font color=red>, to [color:blue]undo the damage and restore the separation of church</font color=blue> and state as a showcase principle at the academy.<br><br>X
A lot of those options include stuff they would do to lil nerds like you if you even looked at them. <br><br>_________________________________________<br>Just a different kinda geek...
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How about locking them inside their car _ weld doors shut and make them listen to Slim Whitman tapes for 5 days straight !!<br><br>remember in Mars Attacks what happened to the Martians... <br><br>course humans are slightly immune and they'd have to suffer til we released them. Bbbwaaaahaaaa !<br><br>David (OFI)<br>
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