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From: xXGeorgieBushieXx@hotmail.com
To: KarlRove19283@yahoo.com

“OMG!1 Dude, man…Gonzo is being friggin’ ripped to shreds. They want to interview you man, but LOL I’m the pres-E-dent. LMFAO. I’ll show them !!one!1!!!11!. Hold on, I’m sending more troops to Iraq.”

That’s what I imagine the personal, secret, emails between the administration officials sounds like, since the Republican Party set up a private email server. Which sorta/kinda/mostly/does breaks a law. There’s this nice little thing called the Presidential Records Act, which is based on the idea that public/government work is public record, and that the ownership lies ultimately with the public. So it’s automatically saved. It’s part of the idea hoping for a “transparent” government. This is frightening for our current administration, because our president is scared of teh internetz and umm…accountability:

“I tend not to e-mail – not only tend not to e-mail, I don’t e-mail, uh, because of, uh, the different record requests that could happen to a president. I don’t want to receive e-mails, ’cause, you know, there’s no telling what somebody would e-mail me and it would show up as, uh, you know, part of some kind of a story that – and I wouldn’t be able to say, ‘Well, I didn’t read the e-mail’ – ‘But I sent it your address; how can you say you didn’t?’ So, in other words, I’m very cautious about e-mailing.”BUSH (youtube)

Luckily, other people in the administration use email. Rove is on the cutting edge of science. And since they were not on the government’s email system, they have to give them up (no executive privilege). Except…drats Rove accidentally deleted his emails regarding congress’ investigation into the whole GONZO thing. It’s not his fault though, the whole White House was just really confused:

“…any deletion of e-mails from the Republican accounts was sparked by confusion over a White House policy…” – CNN

Awww, poor guys. The interweb is a big scary place, especially when you throw in laws and policies in the mix. Well while they get everything straightened out, can someone buy them this book?

 

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Reck: I’m writing a Jared Leto dissenting opinion right now.
Johnb: Excellent. Though, I don’t know how.
Reck: It’s too easy.
Johnb: How is that going to be easy? My arguments are rock solid.
Reck: Ha. You wish. I will take them apart like so many lincoln logs.
Johnb: Let the debate begin.

 

I hate to break this to you, Johnb, but Jordan Catalano is actually a huge jerk. Cute as an illiterate button, but a jerk. You say you were let down that Jared Leto was not exactly the same as Jordan Catalano, but he is, so you can start addressing that 12-year-old pain and move on.

You, like Angela, spent your time with him trying to imbue humanity into that sex-bomb lifeless shell of a boy. His incredibly beautiful eyes – like two puppies sleeping under his gently furrowed brow – lulled you into some kind of complacency that is completely against your normal nature. You hate everyone, Johnb. Remember? So while I’m not saying it’s possible for you to like either Jared or Jordan, I must insist that they are equally worthy of your ire, not one more than the next.

Let me draw your attention to several key points.

1. If you want to talk about the MSCL culture of teenage jerkhood, you’re going to want to compare the Jordan and Rayanne characters. They were both guilty of being pretty bad friends to Angela. They got her into trouble, used her and her stable home life, were flakey and inconsiderate, etc. HOWEVER, Rayanne has what I like to call a potential for humanity. She had her tragic flaws – addiction, weird hair – but she loved Angela and would have done anything for her. Jordan just wanted to take away her precious virginity. And that’s her flower, Johnb. Don’t you understand?

2. Jordan loved his car more than any human. This fact was made devastatingly clear during the episode when Angela thought the song “Red” was about her. Because she had brand new red hair. But he was actually talking about his car. Which was red. Because colors are stronger than feelings for him.

3. He had an imaginary friend, Tino.

Also, as it turns out, I take issue with your assertion that not wanting to be on The Jay Leno Show is pompous. I don’t want to be on Jay Leno and I hold a very low opinion of my self worth. You wouldn’t get that by how I ramble on about ridiculous things and expect other people to hang on my every word. But it’s true.

In conclusion, as much of a freaky jerk as Jared may be, he is exactly the same as that little (hot) pissant Jordan Catalano. So 12-year-old you needs to put a little thought into why she is so upset. I’m going to say it has something to do with being in Catholic school.

However, to be fair, don’t you just love the way he leans?

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