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November 13, 2012

Imagination Test

What are they saying?


Posted by b on November 13, 2012 at 17:28 UTC | Permalink


Betrayus is telling the other guys, "You know I didn't do, right???"

Posted by: Zico | Nov 13 2012 19:17 utc | 1

Petraeus : " I did Not Have sexual relationship with that Woman."

Posted by: nbazine | Nov 13 2012 19:32 utc | 2

Oil Drum has some good rebuttal to IEA's claim that US will become the world's biggest oil producer

Posted by: nikon | Nov 13 2012 19:36 utc | 3

"I hope this is my good side"

Posted by: DM | Nov 13 2012 19:39 utc | 4

Sorry! But, she is scheduled to be with me that week. You'll have to wait till the following week.

Posted by: JaimeInTexas | Nov 13 2012 19:43 utc | 5

The student on the left is busy explaining why the date of his absence from class on the note that he forged from his mother doesn't match the date the teacher has in his attendance log.

Posted by: вот так | Nov 13 2012 19:45 utc | 6

nikon @ 3

I heard the news yesterday about how the US will become the world's leading oil producer - WORD!!!!

What they didn't say was the cost of extracting that oil...Like US "job figures", this too is meant to boost investor's confidence in an economy that's hanging over a cliff - literally..

Posted by: Zico | Nov 13 2012 19:53 utc | 7

Petreaus is saying: "Now tell me some more about how to manage my e-mail address book. It's so complicated"

Posted by: Mooser | Nov 13 2012 21:00 utc | 8

"who's under the desk this time?"

Posted by: flyod | Nov 13 2012 21:55 utc | 9

Isn't it a strange coincidence that Jill Kelley's twin sister was at one time married to someone who now works with Christian Bailey, of the Lincoln Group?

Posted by: mcville | Nov 13 2012 22:49 utc | 10

You forgot to cross the "t" and dot the "i", do you have any idea how many civilians we droned this time [not that I give a shit, but it's bad for the buwiness]?

Posted by: Chuck Cliff | Nov 13 2012 22:55 utc | 11

"No, 'ménage à trois' is not 'dinner for three!"

Posted by: Daniel Rich | Nov 13 2012 23:51 utc | 12

Excellent comment, Daniel.

Posted by: Greg Stricherz | Nov 14 2012 0:30 utc | 13

@ Greg Stricherz,

Thank you, sir.

Posted by: Daniel Rich | Nov 14 2012 1:05 utc | 14

"Gives lousy head. It wasn't worth it."

Posted by: PissedOffAmerican | Nov 14 2012 3:22 utc | 15

Says here she has a friend....

Posted by: ben | Nov 14 2012 5:19 utc | 16

I know that unfunny comments are OT here, but I can't help thinking 'what a pair of feckless dweebs' at the top echelon of America's military. Best to be very very careful who you try to invade next.

Posted by: DM | Nov 14 2012 5:40 utc | 17

The chap on the left is puzzled. If Petraeus is not only heterosexual but also uses Brylcreem, how did he become the darling of the neocons?

Posted by: Bob Jackson | Nov 14 2012 6:53 utc | 18

Don't use skype they used to be Estonian!

Posted by: somebody | Nov 14 2012 7:07 utc | 19

"but also uses Brylcreem"

How can you tell it isn't styling gel (or whatever Dippity-Doo is called now)? Or that it's not scalp grease from poor hygiene habits (never washes his hair).

Posted by: вот так | Nov 14 2012 7:11 utc | 20

"Don't use skype they used to be Estonian!"

They're Microsoft now. But that's good advice...

Skype rats on WikiLeaks fan to US intelligence

"A Texas-based intelligence firm has succeeded in convincing Skype to send over sensitive account data pertaining to a teenage WikiLeaks fan.

Reports out of Amsterdam this week suggest that Microsoft-owned Skype didn’t wait for a court order or warrant with a judge’s signature before it handed over the personal info of a 16-year-old Dutch boy, suspected of being involved in Operation Payback, an Anonymous-endorsed initiative that targeted the servers of PayPal, Visa, Mastercard and others after those companies blocked WikiLeaks from receiving online payment backs in December 2010.

According to English-language transcription of Winter’s account, “the police file notes that Skype handed over the suspect's personal information, such as his username, real name, e-mail addresses and the home address used for payment” without a warrant."

All in true Microsoft form.

Posted by: вот так | Nov 14 2012 7:17 utc | 21

DM at #17. My sentiments exactly. Petraeus and Allen are incredible dweebs. It is amazing that our foreign policy are run by guys like this. It is not surprising that they are so susceptible to such transparent affairs.

Posted by: ToivoS | Nov 14 2012 7:21 utc | 22

# 16 :D

Posted by: peter radiator | Nov 14 2012 7:45 utc | 23

Did you know she billed $43,317 as “Meals and Entertainment,”. Yes Jill Kelley, Woman Who Sparked Petraeus Scandal, Ran Questionable Charity:

Posted by: hans | Nov 14 2012 8:09 utc | 24


This paragraph in that story is interesting:

"Beyond her hosting efforts, The Washington Post reports that, according to a military officer who served on Gen. Petraeus' staff, Kelley was a "'self-appointed' go-between for Central Command officers with Lebanese and other Middle Eastern government officials."

No doubt those "Lebanese and other Middle Eastern government officials" are all American or Israeli assets (IE: traitors to their own countries).

Posted by: вот так | Nov 14 2012 8:30 utc | 25

Petraeus: Err and did ja met Roseanna yet? Friend of Jill’s ..No? Ok, this contract is 5 million, pencil it in

Posted by: Noirette | Nov 14 2012 15:38 utc | 26

A "go-between for Central Command officers with Lebanese and other Middle Eastern government officials."


Posted by: JaimeInTexas | Nov 14 2012 15:55 utc | 27

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