I am Paul Santos, and I approve of this message.
posted by The One @ 1:59 PM
Yo Paul, keep it up dawg. You may be anti-Bush, but I'm pro-Kerry. Big difference, maybe you'll see that one day. In the meantime, keep blogging and spreading the love. Peace!
Thanx for the comment on my blog. Some of the stuff on yours is quite interesting i will keep an eye on what you write and keep up the good work.KDE
Thanks for the tip about the pigeons. I'll definitely try it.
hello... likin ur site... btw... thanks for completin my survey... its for a shoe rack that im buildin as a project...
fuck you paul! kiss my ass! go fuck a duck!
While your point about partasainship on my blog was understandable, when your POV is taken into consideration. You either did not take the time to look at my blog, or you chose to ignore what was there.I am not a supporter of George Bush, nor am I a Republican.My central point is that its unethical to 'scrub away' relevent parts of a story (Soro's Democratic Party connections) when said story is politically charged.I would feel the same way (and have complained vocally to the Houston Chronicle) when Dr. Dobson (for example) is only listed as a "family matters expert and religious leader" and his Political Actions are not credited in political stories.
Paul: Thanks for your post on my site. In response, this very recent post from my friend Matt Drudge:"After days of expressing confidence about the documents used in a 60 MINUTES report that raised new questions about President Bush's National Guard service, CBS News officials have grave doubts about the authenticity of the material, network officials said last night, the NEW YORK TIMES is reporting in Monday runs. Developing..."WE WERE DECEIVED.Thanks CBS for keepin' the story alive, YET another week.
paulfirst time commenter, long time listener.i am in awe of so many things right now, not the least of which is the santosmeter. 4 out of 5 hersirs. impressive. king's to you fanon.i'm glad you liked rounders. i really liked matt damon and edward norton in it, but to be fair, my favorite characters were teddy kgb and joey knish as well. also johnny chan...what a badass:)anywho, mad props with the blog. btw, to explain omar's comment, you used a pic of james galway that resembled his likeness from the neck down....
Thanks for the words Paul. Keep up the blogging yo', the blogosphere is listening.
Yo Paul its me from http://pathofdestinys.blogspot.com/ yeah and ok I will post the IP here so NP thanx for the support and peace out~VenomX
Yo Paul I need your E-Mail Adress so u can post on the site : )~VenomX
O, but of course.
RE: http://a-message-in-a-bottle.blogspot.com/Hi Paul, glad you liked the illusion. An editor friend at CDC here in Atlanta sent it to me. When she saw that I had posted it she became right indignant telling me it looked as if I were taking credit of it's creation.I told her that I had indeed created it when I lived in Japan… Unfortunately she knows that I've never even been to Nippon ~ Oops!Anyhow I did track the site where it came from, there are lots more there to be marveled at!http://www.ritsumei.ac.jp/%7Eakitaoka/saishin-e.htmlNeat stuff fer sure…….~wc~
Well, I'm practicing my manners and saying thanks for the blog visit, however, the post I deleted was my OWN. So next time maybe you could practice your manners by reading the author's penname and the commentor's penname and put that together yourself. It saves you the hassle of pissing off someone PMS-ing and making them think you're slightly stupid and judgemental.
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