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  1. nicktherat says:

    woot! 2 album arts! tell adam never to eat while recording… blegh!

  2. brm says:

    strap on your dildos, and go into battle!

  3. Dallas says:

    Basil would make a wonderful republican candidate. He certainly is more coherent than the average puke.

    He said all the right words too – Guns, God and I think Gay was in there somewhere.

  4. whamalamadingdong says:

    Art my ass.

  5. Angry says:


    Dallas, I have no problem with your father becoming Governor of Tennessee.

  6. oralvexed says:

    Now you won’t be wasting our money on hookers that blow!

  7. deowll says:

    So they don’t need to do public information any more? Hey Dallas did you feel to know Obombast and friends sold you out?

    I wonder how much they got for us?

  8. boolez says:

    Decent show overall. On the Huxley book both he and Orwell where influenced by Yevgeny Zamyatin’s novel We. Both read the book and spurred their conversation of what the future would look like during Orwell’s time as Huxley’s student at Eton. Ayn Rand never wrote about the influence of the book on her but it wound not be out of the question that she was impressed with it.

  9. nicktherat says:

    the iron heel by jack london is also amazing and in the same vein

  10. TooManyPuppies says:

    JCD’s “Little Ditty” should be played often

  11. #9 — I was influenced by that book. Great novel with an amazing structure. Good catch.

  12. The Iron Heel is somewhat similar – but I wouldnt necessarily consdier it in the same league.

  13. miked789 says:

    Come on guys, get a grip and get your facts straight before you start blaming the UN for rainwater collection laws.

    It has to do with states that have private water laws where those who own water rights have all upstream rights as well. This goes back to the early settlement days, free range wars and when water was important for ranching, big ranchers got friendly with government and wrote laws to protect their water, including all sources.

    Say they have a pond that is fed by a stream going through their neighbours land, the neighbour can’t touch the stream water, to protect the end users water rights.

    Now those people and corporations who control those water rights decided to enforce their rights all the way to the rain falling from the sky.

    Don’t blame the UN. You guys disappoint me when you automatically start talking about UN conspiracies. I thought you where supposed to be smarter than that…


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