Saturday, April 26, 2008

More From San Diego Earth Day


Signs originally placed in Balboa Park for Earth Day Festival, coming to the freeways soon.

“Natural gas is hemispheric. I like to call it hemispheric in nature because it is a product that we can find in our neighborhoods. ” -G.W. Bush

“It is clear our nation is reliant upon big foreign oil. More and more of our imports come from overseas.”


“Some of the biggest sources of air pollution are the power plants, which send tons of admissions into our air.”

"First, we would not accept a treaty that would not have been ratified, nor a treaty that I thought made sense for the country." -President Bush on the Kyoto Climate Change Treaty, April 24, 2001

11 comments:

::mwah:: said...

awesome :)

Anonymous said...

You obviously know NOTHING about Kyoto. You, like Fox News, live in 10 second sound bytes. Despicable.

Freewayblogger said...

Wow - the anonymous troll from Oakland has now turned against Fox News. I guess the rats that don't actually flee the sinking ship eventually become forced to resort to cannibalism.

Anonymous said...

How did you know that I live in Oakland?

Freewayblogger said...

Because you're on a computer, dipshit.

Anonymous said...

I actually DON'T live in Oakland so it looks like I'm not the dipshit in this scenario.

You still know NOTHING about Kyoto... Do some research before you jump on the bandwagon...

Freewayblogger said...

Guess you must have moved since you made your last comment "How did you know I live in Oakland?" (Not "How do you know I live in Oakland?")

Jesus lad, until you find a friend, or someone who's smarter than you (trust me, they're everywhere)to help you out with this, could you at least TRY not to trip over yourself so much?

The site gives me feedback re: ISP, location, etc. on everyone who visits here. While it's feasable they're using the term "Oakland" to include suburbs and/or outlying and unincorporated areas, this hardly precludes, nor even diminishes my initial postulate: you're a dipshit.

Despite this, I'm anxious to hear your thoughts on the Kyoto accords and their subsequent non-ratification by the Bush administration. DO go on.

Anonymous said...

Hahahahaha!!! When I said "How did you know I live in Oakland", I was OBVIOUSLY SETTING YOU UP!!!! I was very conscious of my choice of words. Are you really that dense? Of course I knew you would say "Oh, because I use sitemeter", etc to show how smart you are! It's so funny to watch how you work!

So, let's just add IP addresses to one of the many things that you misunderstand... in fact, maybe I'll use ANOTHER proxy server to convince you that I live in Chicago! Hahahaha!!!! You dipshit.

Freewayblogger said...

Okay, so let me get this straight: You're purposefully employing false language and an array of proxy servers to convince me that you live in Oakland, then, after going to all that trouble, you render the effort wasted by trying to convince me that you don't live in Oakland.

Putting aside some of the obvious narrative inconsistancies of this explanation, let's just concentrate on the obvious one: motive. That is, why would anyone go to all the trouble you're claiming to have gone through to mislead someone who neither knows you nor has any reason to care about you or where you live?

See, that's the real stumper in all this. For your sake I'm sticking with Oakland. Your version of things would just be way too pathetic. But hey, who knows? Maybe I'm wrong.

Anonymous said...

Hahahahah! You are so cute!

You obviously care where I live since YOU brought up Oakland! Hahahah! You seem to spend a lot of time on me and I love the attention! You're cute!

Freewayblogger said...

Your confusing my cross-checking to make sure you're the same "anonymous" as usual with "caring" about where you live. I don't. Why would I?

Although I'm obviously enabling some kind of Vitter-esque humiliation thing you've got going, I do admit I enjoy the rhetorical exercise, esteemed guy-who-lives-in-Oakland-but-doesn't-actually-live-in-Oakland-but-just-wants-you-to-think-he-lives-in-Oakland... but seriously, it's time you found some friends.