Sweeps Month Begs Important Question

From: "iDRMRSR" <idrmrsr@subgenius.com>
Date: Mon, Sep 29, 2003

It's September, folks. Time for the Pink Networks to spew out their
vomitous new TV programs in order to inflate their ratings for the year.

News shows, however, no matter how hard they try, cannot actually
manufacture any NEW news during this period. So they pull out the usual
tried and true stories from a list of a half dozen or so topics that always
provoke some public interest.

ABC News just got finished examining topic #3 on the all star list...Hotel
Sanitation. They hired the usual band of white coated fools to go to rooms
in many hotel chains, swab for cultures, and generally go over everything
with a fine toothed comb, to illuminate every bug and pussy hair found in
the place.

This year, though, the concentrated on the prevalence of BODILY FLUIDS in
places you'd least expect them. This year, they got lucky and found gism
all over the lampshades and wall paintings in one place. The fact is, the
way they portrayed things, the average luxury hotel is caked with dry cum
sauce on every conceivable surface.

Then they turned their attentions to urine. I personally try not to relieve
myself outside the bathroom if at all possible. They did find one room,
where shock of all shocks, someone peed in the shower. Might even have been

I personally can attest that I have stayed in places with urine stains on
the lampshades. I've often wondered what kind of mental condition you'd
have to be in to pee on the lampshades, though. Rather boggles the mind.

The prize winning story for the 2003 sweeps, in my mind, was that they found
a Gideon Bible where someone opened it up and peed on it! Yes, positive
evidence that there are people out there who are extreme enough to piss on
the Bible, literally.

Which begs the question...which one of youse did that???



From: Soot Bull Jeepô <ding@dong.com>

I'm responsible for those **stuck** pages in Ezekiel.

Whatta mensch !

...........'cuse me whyl I kiss tha sky...


From: nenslo <nenslo@yahooX.com>

"Begging the question" is a logical fallacy in which the point in
question is presumed to be already proved. "Begging the question"
does not mean "causes one to inquire."


From: Joe Cosby <joecosby@SPAMBLOCKmindspring.com>

The question which is begged is the one which isn't asked.

Joe Cosby

"You laugh at ME because I'm different. I laugh at YOU because YOU'RE ALL

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