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Comment#  ·   Fair (4 ratings)  ·  submitted 2005

If global warming was outlawed, only outlaws would warm their globes.

The Covert Comic @ www.covertcomic.com, - from 'My War On You!'

Comment#  ·   Fair (4 ratings)  ·  submitted 2005

If you can get to the self-help meeting on your own, do you really need to be there?

John Alejandro King, 'The Covert Comic', 'My War On Terror!'

Comment#  ·   Fair (4 ratings)  ·  submitted 2005

Women are sort of like the Metro---there might be a new one every 10 minutes, but you can't ride them for $1.50.

Wade R. Watts

Comment#  ·   Fair (10 ratings)  ·  submitted 2005

Do hermaphrodites leave the toilet seat up or down?

J. King, www.covertcomic.com

Comment#  ·   Fair (4 ratings)  ·  submitted 2005

I read this quote by Aleister Crowley: "I do not want to have anything to do with a conventionally minded person any more than I want to eat canned salmon."

Talk about a wake-up call: I was eating canned salmon when I read this.

John Alejandro King, www.covertcomic.com, from 'Who Killed The Covert Comic?'

Comment#  ·   Fair (9 ratings)  ·  submitted 2005

If it smells like fish either cook it or date it but don't try to sell it to me.

Tom Burnett

Comment#  ·   Poor (14 ratings)  ·  submitted 2005

Many times I catch myself wondering- even if we knew of the technological advances of the modern world, would we still act as barbarians if the weapons we carried were the sword and the bow and arrow?

Anonymous, Just a random thought.

Comment#  ·   Fair (13 ratings)  ·  submitted 2005

It's fine to talk about building a new and better world, so long as we don't lose sight of the profound challenges involved. For example, where are we supposed to get all that extra dirt?

John Alejandro King, www.covertcomic.com, - from 'My War On Terror!'

Comment#  ·   Fair (8 ratings)  ·  submitted 2005

Because I did not choose to live, perhaps I cannot choose to die either...

John Chaplain, www.SocratesWager.com

Comment#  ·   Good (2 ratings)  ·  submitted 2005

I wanted to know about the better Catalyst to be used in production process of MONO CHLORO ACETIC ACID. Currently i know about the use of Sulphur based catalyst. Is there any other alternative which would not bring sulphur impurities in the by product- HCL alongwith the main product ie. MCA.please send me the feedback on this issue

Unknown

Comment#  ·   Fair (9 ratings)  ·  submitted 2005

"When it comes to love, I am 'amour' plated"

Paul Ian Camp, Own quote

Comment#  ·   Fair (5 ratings)  ·  submitted 2005

According to a new study, guns in the home are nearly 50 times more likely to kill a family member than an assailant. Talk about an eye opener: an assailant can be different from a family member!

The Covert Comic (www.covertcomic.com), from 'My War On Terror!'

Comment#  ·   Fair (25 ratings)  ·  submitted 2005

If Time is money, How come I'm free this weekend, but I can't afford to go anywhere?

Lucas Finnamore-Smith, I wrote this while doing a project in sc

Comment#  ·   Fair (8 ratings)  ·  submitted 2005

I KNOW he's not as bad as he THINKS I am!

Gary Poplin, about my dad

Comment#  ·   Fair (14 ratings)  ·  submitted 2005

A neoconservative is someone who believes that Elliott Abrams is an idealist.

Bill Hilliard, Modesty Forbids

Comment#  ·   Fair (9 ratings)  ·  submitted 2005

There's always time to do something less important

E. Meller

Comment#  ·   Fair (16 ratings)  ·  submitted 2005

Once you're caught in the mousetrap, why not eat the cheese?

John Alejandro King, (The Covert Comic @ www.covertcomic.com)

Comment#  ·   Fair (13 ratings)  ·  submitted 2005

The power of one's mind cannot be determined, for one would only be isolated from all whom he reveals it to.

Dustin Wayne Butler

Comment#  ·   Fair (10 ratings)  ·  submitted 2005

Once you're caught in the mousetrap, why not eat the cheese?

The Covert Comic @ www.covertcomic.com, - From 'My War On Terror!'

Comment#  ·   Fair (18 ratings)  ·  submitted 2005

I can accept a map showing Japan and Monster Island. I can accept Japanese military and civil authorities analyzing an attack on Japan by a group of giant monsters. What I can’t understand is how the heck they justified their conclusion: ‘The giant monsters that attacked us probably came from Monster Island.’

The Covert Comic @ www.covertcomic.com, - From 'My War On Terror!'

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