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Old 2008-11-10, 01:33   Link #3081
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Old 2008-11-10, 01:47   Link #3082
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Old 2008-11-10, 02:20   Link #3083
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While looking for graphics to make avatars out of, I came across something rather odd.. Not sure if you can call this funny:

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Old 2008-11-10, 03:35   Link #3084
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Looks sorta like those political humor images.

I would assume bush being a vampire and the statue of liberty being a icon for America. Bush like a vampire is draining the country of it's life.
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Old 2008-11-10, 03:37   Link #3085
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Looks sorta like those political humor images.

I would assume bush being a vampire and the statue of liberty being a icon for America. Bush like a vampire is draining the country of it's life.
The statue of liberty represents... liberty, no?
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Old 2008-11-10, 03:44   Link #3086
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The statue of liberty represents... liberty, no?
Yes it does represent Liberty from the British. But what else does the image tell? Mine is just a single response from what I thought it meant.
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Old 2008-11-10, 03:44   Link #3087
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Old 2008-11-10, 04:31   Link #3088
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Yes it does represent Liberty from the British. But what else does the image tell? Mine is just a single response from what I thought it meant.
I meant that the obvious interpretation is that Bush is draining/killing our liberty (the Patriot Act is something commonly thought of along those lines) . I just thought it was funny how you were assuming that the statue of liberty represented something other than liberty. You're not necessarily wrong (insofar as interpretations could possibly be wrong), but it's just funny that your first thought was something else.
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Old 2008-11-10, 23:37   Link #3089
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I meant that the obvious interpretation is that Bush is draining/killing our liberty (the Patriot Act is something commonly thought of along those lines) . I just thought it was funny how you were assuming that the statue of liberty represented something other than liberty. You're not necessarily wrong (insofar as interpretations could possibly be wrong), but it's just funny that your first thought was something else.
Not really. The Statue of Liberty is really an icon of America as a whole, not really liberty in the literal sense (though it DOES depend on context). The Patriot Act is old news, buddy. That's been out of effect for a while, now... like for the btter part of four or five years. The political image here I think is more slanted towards the *economic* idea that Bush and his administration has drained the economic life out of the country, with the development of the currect recession and all. Our basic constitutional rights certainly haven't been taken away, if that's what your implying. I don't think security at airports is really that big of an issue anymore.
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Old 2008-11-10, 23:47   Link #3090
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Not really. The Statue of Liberty is really an icon of America as a whole, not really liberty in the literal sense (though it DOES depend on context). The Patriot Act is old news, buddy. That's been out of effect for a while, now... like for the btter part of four or five years. The political image here I think is more slanted towards the *economic* idea that Bush and his administration has drained the economic life out of the country, with the development of the currect recession and all. Our basic constitutional rights certainly haven't been taken away, if that's what your implying. I don't think security at airports is really that big of an issue anymore.
I didn't realize it was new. And I don't feel strongly about it, I just thought it was a more obvious interpretation.
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Old 2008-11-11, 10:02   Link #3091
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Old 2008-11-11, 10:32   Link #3092
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While looking for graphics to make avatars out of, I came across something rather odd.. Not sure if you can call this funny:



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Old 2008-11-11, 12:20   Link #3093
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If this video's been posted earlier, sorry beforehand ^^

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lol...That Awesome Video
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Old 2008-11-11, 13:46   Link #3094
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Totally inaccurate. Dick Cheney shouldn't be in that political image because he'd probably be in the hospital getting his sextuple bypass.
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Old 2008-11-11, 14:48   Link #3095
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lol...That Awesome Video
Desu Desu I love the joint rolling in that video or parody of Interview with a Vampire ( I can so totally picture Benji giving Bya that card with Benji played by Antonio )
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Desu Desu I love the joint rolling in that video or parody of Interview with a Vampire ( I can so totally picture Benji giving Bya that card with Benji played by Antonio )
I Loved The Azumanga Diaoh Part (When Osaka Play with her Shoes)
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Old 2008-11-11, 15:09   Link #3097
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I Loved The Azumanga Diaoh Part (When Osaka Play with her Shoes)
I assume you have not seen Interview with a Vampire you would so get the Benji Bya connection PX
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Old 2008-11-11, 15:11   Link #3098
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I Loved The Azumanga Diaoh Part (When Osaka Play with her Shoes)
Am I wrong or the first time she ''play with her shoes'' the soccer player, is he the one hitted by Ziddane with his head?
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Old 2008-11-11, 15:11   Link #3099
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I have a t-shirt with that exact image. It's a lovely metaphor.
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Old 2008-11-11, 15:25   Link #3100
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I assume you have not seen Interview with a Vampire you would so get the Benji Bya connection PX
No Sorry ..I Don't know what That about..I think I Saw it before
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