Oh my God, I must have died and gone to Heaven. An entire day without cpr starting a thread!

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But I see that the other clown, Andy Ray, is back at it.

You don't think that... naa, never mind, it just couldn't be, could it?

-- (lying@scumbag.salesman), September 19, 2000


I'm disgusted by your trolling behaviors, and I noted your IP's. Just so you know, next time any of you who start trouble like this need my help.


-- Old Time Forum Regular (freespeech_y2k@yahoo.com), September 19, 2000.

Exactly what is the purpose of starting this thread? I suspect you are hoping that cpr will read it and start back up. Perhaps cyber- freud needs to set you straight.

-- you are as (bad@as.cpr), September 19, 2000.

Cpr has caused a lot of turmoil here. This is nothing more than someone blowing off a little steam from dealing with a daily barrage of Cpr telling us we are all idiots for not being able to see: 1) the price of gas is falling 2) Doomers are the root of all evil.

Cut him some slack....Cpr dug himself a hole the size of the Grand Canyon and some of us wanna help him fill it back in. :-)

-- The emperors new clothes (supply_is_down@prices_r_up.com), September 19, 2000.

Bull Shit Cubed by those who "talk amoungst themselves"


-- cpr (buytexas@swbell.net), September 19, 2000.

Cyber Freud agrees wholeheartedly with the poster of this thread, and the poster of the second response. It is healthy behavior to blow off steam after the torture we have endured.

Please proceed, healthy individuals.

CPR, that does not include you. The best therapy for you at this time would be to print pictures of the scary doomzie FUD monsters (Gary and ED), pin them on your wall and throw darts at them until you are no longer afraid of them. BTW, there is no "u" in "amongst".

-- cyber freud (cpr.is@making.progress), September 19, 2000.

Whassa matta, Stevie, nothing better to do? No contract? Better get that "resume" out again.

-- Attach Pollies Leader (LeaderMan@AttackPollies.org), September 19, 2000.

The best therapy for CPR would be for him to admit what he already knows in his heart:

1) He has devoted two years towards this ridiculous de-bunkery effort that convinced nobody and produced nothing. It was an entire waste. All of it.

2) The $200,000 of lost income that CPR suffered and continues to suffer, by comparison, makes the most heavily prepped doomer look like a genius. No matter how much a doomer spent, what was purchased has value -- whether in the form of food that is still quite edible, or supplies that are still usable, or even the ability to re- sell even at a loss (e.g., selling your generator for half price). Whereas, CPR's $200K is gone-but-not-forgotten, as the saying goes.

Oh, yeah, and one other thing would be good therapy for CPR: Get off the damn computer, get off your butt, and get a job.

-- King of Spain (madrid@aol.cum), September 19, 2000.

Is this not an uncensored forum? Anyone and everyone is entitled to have their say. If anyone does not like what is posted here, click past it and move on. Isn't this everyone's forum, a forum of freedom of expression? Posts here are merely a reflection of one's self. At least CPR isn't spamming like some have done in the past. Overlook other's shortcomings. Love, peace and joy. Now let's all hug each other.

-- Mrs. Cleaver (Mrs. Cleaver@LITBBBB.xcom), September 19, 2000.

Why, helllooo, Mrs. Cleaver. My, you like nice today. I am always amazed how beautiful your home always is, in spite of the challenges that you face with your two active sons. Especially Theodore, who is at that very innocent but challenging stage of adolescence.

And, by the way ... do you like to mudwrestle?

-- King of Spain (madrid@aol.cum), September 19, 2000.

KoS, this time you have transcended mere indecency. Inviting the All-American Homemaker to mudwrestle?! Have you no sense of propriety!

So, don't keep us in suspense, Mrs. C. Do you mudwrestle or not?

-- David L (bumpkin@dnet.net), September 19, 2000.

Don't gloat, people. Trust me.

-- Peter Errington (petere@ricochet.net), September 19, 2000.

Well good evening Mrs. Cleaver, you look lovely this evening. How is the Beaver feeling? Wally tells me that Mr. Cleaver was a little rough on the Beaver last night.

-- Eddie Haskell (thinking@about.beaver), September 19, 2000.

I'm glad to see that you boys are in good spirits. Would you like some milk and cookies? BTW, the Beav is doing just fine.

-- Mrs. Cleaver (Mrs. Cleaver@LITBBB.xcom), September 19, 2000.

Can we see the Beaver Mrs. Cleaver?

-- Eddie Haskell (the.boys@are.ready), September 19, 2000.

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