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i'm stifling a huge laugh! (1)

btlzu2 (99039) | about 9 years ago | (#12963557)

i'm at work and i'm holding it as best i can. i can only hope the vp doesn't walk in soon. :) hilarious!

Hmmm.. (1)

NeeNee3 (601111) | about 9 years ago | (#12963596)

but its been a long week for me and I may be at the edge of insanity...

You may be at the edge of insanity? Are you implying that there is some doubt about this?? ;-)

Re:Hmmm.. (1)

FortKnox (169099) | about 9 years ago | (#12963767)

Isn't it a fact that the insane don't realize they are insane? That's why I said I 'may' be ;)

Re:Hmmm.. (1)

kesuki (321456) | about 9 years ago | (#12966949)

Isn't it a fact that the insane don't realize they are insane?

It is not a fact, it's a myth. While some people who are mentally insane do not realize they are mentally insane, there is quite a bit of reference material (don't ask me where, i'd probabbly point you to "Alice in wonderland" or, certain episodes of "the Lexx" ) that seems to indicate that some people who are mentally insane are quite aware of thier own mental insanity. Some even experience perverse pleasure at being mentally insane.

Of course that leads to questions of if the person was feigning mental insanity, at least in terms of court trials. It's better to not be aware of your own insanity if you're say going to lop off the heads of innocent passerbys and use them as planters.

not to be me... (1)

ellem (147712) | about 9 years ago | (#12963668)

but this is ancient. I saw this on Wonkette weeks ago and she was days late with it. I love Wonkette that White Ho

OT: your bet with js7a (0)

Anonymous Coward | about 9 years ago | (#12965372)

In Parlament: []
Adam Price: Does the Prime Minister still regard Sir Richard Dearlove as having been a reliable source of information on Iraq? If so, is it safe to assume that Sir Richard's statement in the summer of 2002 that the intelligence and facts were being fixed around the policy was an accurate assessment of the intentions and actions of the Bush Administration?

The Prime Minister: As I am sure the hon. Gentleman knows, that memo and other documents of the time were covered by the Butler review....

Query... (1)

Some Woman (250267) | about 9 years ago | (#12963802)

I may be at the edge of insanity...

Approaching from which side?

Re:Query... (1)

nizo (81281) | about 9 years ago | (#12964013)


I wonder if the caption was an accident or not? I mean, I could easily see a jilted co-worker "accidentally" chop off the last bit of the caption....

she's HAWT! (1)

heliocentric (74613) | about 9 years ago | (#12964487)

Dude, Norah is so freaking hot man!!

I appear in one of their lists (1)

heliocentric (74613) | about 9 years ago | (#12966988)

Check out this list [] of Yo Mamma insult jokes. I'm at number 6!
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