1. Kepper says:

    Another tasteless Ad from griftdrift. Now he’s making fun of Alzeimer’s.

    I don’t know why i’m even dignifying this garbage.

  2. Kepper says:

    You are right. My apologies, Griftdrift. You only made the first post. I should have paid more attention.

    It’s still tasteless, Rusty. Apparently, you haven’t had anyone close to you that has contracted Alzeimers. I have had 2 grandparents with it and it’s gut-wrenching.

    I wouldn’t want anyone to have to go through that.

  3. Amber says:

    Wait a second, isn’t it conservatives who are usually talking about us liberals being so sensitive? Letting our feelings get the better of us? Being so easily offended? Interesting…

    Anyway. We all know griftdrift and Rusty are the same person, right? Eh, liberals, they all look alike… can’t tell ’em apart.

  4. “At least he can blame his pain meds this week. ”

    For what, blocking his sense of humor? That’s not tasteless, but it is un-original. (copied from any number of the threads at fark.com, see this one most recently) http://forums.fark.com/cgi/fark/comments.pl?IDLink=2823158

    No, it’s worse than just un-funny and juvenile. I read something somebody posted on their own website recently, something about being “common.” Let’s see, here it is:

    Yeah, it’s common.

  5. Rusty says:

    Griftdrift wasn’t the author. If we do a shot for every time someone on this thread makes that mistake, we still won’t be as drunk as Ben Harbin was when he crashed into a telephone pole a few nights ago. We’ll be buzzing pretty good though.

    People with scrolling Javascript headlines on their homepage don’t get to be arbiters of what constitutes good or bad taste.

  6. bowersville says:

    Ah, let’s give Rusty the attention that apparently he so desperately craves……


  7. IndyInjun says:

    Whitehead is so far in front, he could conceivably win without a run-off.

    His barbecue tonight was well and enthusiastically attended. The food was good too.

    I looked for a digital camcorder, but saw none in evidence.

    Do all the youtubes ya want………youlose.

  8. IndyInjun says:


    The only time I nearly made a noise was when he said he supports the Fair????tax. I kind of groaned and bit my tongue.

    One supposes that these Democrat Utubers would have loved to have gotten his momentary boo-boo about District 21 on tape. After all, you are entitled to zero slip-ups, eh?

    I told Jackson that I nearly took all of his signs down on account of the word “Republican” being on it. hahahahahaha

  9. Holly says:

    I was glad to see both Bill Jackson and Brett McGuire there tonight.

    To be honest, I didn’t get to hear all of Jim’s speech. I was running around after a two year-old part of the time, but I did hear him mention the fair tax right after his part about immigration.

    You know, I have no clue who you are, and I’m not sure if you want to keep it that way or not. But, if not, feel free to look around for Holly Croft at one of the upcoming events and introduce yourself.

    Also, I asked someone on Augusta Chronicle‘s comments section if it was you the other day. Do you comment there?

  10. Rusty-
    I know griftdrift wasn’t the author. But his words describing Wooten’s column that day were apt. Particularly these:

    “Common was the false pride. It was when you elevated yourself through the putting down of others.”

    Try again.

  11. Rusty says:

    Try writing more clearly Mike. Your original comment makes no sense under the context of you knowing that he wasn’t the author.

  12. “Try writing more clearly Mike. Your original comment makes no sense to those of us avoiding the accusation of being unfunny, unoriginal and common.”

    Fixed that for ya.

  13. Rusty says:

    Just trying to figure out who you’re accusing of what, Mike. Thanks for clearing that up.

    Now that I know you were talking about me…

    “Unoriginal” and “common” are redundant here. You should pick one and run with it. I’ll go with common for the moment.

    Considering the goal wasn’t to be (what? unique? would you say that’s the opposite of common here?), that makes your criticism irrelevant. The goal was to engage in a long-running meme. That you pointed out that this was part of a long-running meme and not the result of some original masterstroke of creative genius implies that (drumroll) … you got the reference! You win a cookie. You can pick it up at Publix. They might ask you to pay for it, but I assure you it’s a real prize.

  14. Rusty-
    You are NOT that stupid.
    “unoriginal” = “ripped off from fark.com”
    “common” = “what griftdrift (who is NOT you) said”

    Hey, you want to make fun of Whitehead, Munson or people with Alzheimer’s -go ahead! I’m not above the occasional cheap shot myself.

    See here: http://1mtheory.blogspot.com/2007/05/any-idiot-can-do-this.html

    Took about five minutes, and I don’t even know what I’m doing!

    Just be funny next time.

    And now, you can have the last word.

  15. Amber says:

    To belatedly address Lee’s and Tony’s concerns, I would like to assure everyone that Rusty’s prick is actually quite classy, and tastes good too.

  16. Demonbeck says:

    I just checked again, I am entirely sure I could have lived my life without that knowledge.

  17. Amber says:

    Well, now your life is that much more fulfilling! Glad I could help.

    “Making adolescents recoil since 1993.”

  18. IndyInjun says:


    You will be SHOCKED when you figure out how close I am.

    Ask your mom who went on that tour of the Savannah River Site for high school seniors with her……hint my name ain’t Sue…….

    At this point I think we could go outside and yell at each other ……LOL.

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