PIMP's thought's on the London thing

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Mr.Improper PIMP of the nation..and AL Qaeda Can g

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6 bombs have gone off on various different buses and underground trains around London, causing mass chaos. BBC are claiming the work of Al Qaeda. Thank God we gave up on hunting down Osama and went after Saddam instead, or the damage would have surely been much worse. I guess we lost that war on terrorism, eh?

Thanks to Bob Geldof aswell for encouraging so many people to go to Edinburgh for an utterly pointless protest of the G8 summit, drawing half of the country's police force up to Scotland. Ya daft cunt.

Man, I'd like to f***in decapitate that f***in useless monkeyf*** Osama Bin Laden. You can run f***er, but you can't hide.

The PIMP's thoughts and prayers are with the families of the folks who lost someone.
 
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Let's Go Devils

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> 6 bombs have gone off on various different buses and underground trains
> around London, causing mass chaos. BBC are claiming the work of Al Qaeda.
> Thank God we gave up on hunting down Osama and went after Saddam instead,
> or the damage would have surely been much worse. I guess we lost that war
> on terrorism, eh?

> Thanks to Bob Geldof aswell for encouraging so many people to go to
> Edinburgh for an utterly pointless protest of the G8 summit, drawing half
> of the country's police force up to Scotland. Ya daft cunt.

> Man, I'd like to f***in decapitate that f***in useless monkeyf*** Osama
> Bin Laden. You can run f***er, but you can't hide.

> The PIMP's thoughts and prayers are with the families of the folks who
> lost someone.
We are not going to find Bin Laden because half our military is down in Aruba looking for Natalee.
 
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Colleen

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> 6 bombs have gone off on various different buses and underground trains
> around London, causing mass chaos. BBC are claiming the work of Al Qaeda.
> Thank God we gave up on hunting down Osama and went after Saddam instead,
> or the damage would have surely been much worse. I guess we lost that war
> on terrorism, eh?

> Thanks to Bob Geldof aswell for encouraging so many people to go to
> Edinburgh for an utterly pointless protest of the G8 summit, drawing half
> of the country's police force up to Scotland. Ya daft cunt.

> Man, I'd like to f***in decapitate that f***in useless monkeyf*** Osama
> Bin Laden. You can run f***er, but you can't hide.

> The PIMP's thoughts and prayers are with the families of the folks who
> lost someone.
HAHAHA that was excellent, Pimp, agree with all. And what the f*** is BOB GELDOF AND BONO poking around for. I wish Henry Rollins had smacked Bono in the face when he had the chance. Oh well, maybe Henry will get another chance in the future. Osama bin Ladin, yeah lets saw his head of, www. ogrish.com style. f***ing Al Quedas.
 
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Chill

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My condolences (no politics)

I didn't want to start my own thread on this subject, since there are already plenty of them. My mind and heart are with the people of London and of the United Kingdom as a whole in the aftermath of this senseless act of violence. Your country has given me so much. Indeed, I think of England as Mother England. I wish you love, peace and harmony. I wish that for us all.

"But now I have come to believe that the whole world is an enigma, a harmless enigma that is made terrible by our own mad attempt to interpret it as though it had an underlying truth" -- Umberto Eco in Foucault's Pendulum.
 
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Mr.Improper PIMP of the nation..and the Al Qaeda c

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Re: My condolences (no politics)

> I didn't want to start my own thread on this subject, since there are
> already plenty of them. My mind and heart are with the people of London
> and of the United Kingdom as a whole in the aftermath of this senseless
> act of violence. Your country has given me so much. Indeed, I think of
> England as Mother England. I wish you love, peace and harmony. I wish that
> for us all.

> "But now I have come to believe that the whole world is an enigma, a
> harmless enigma that is made terrible by our own mad attempt to interpret
> it as though it had an underlying truth" -- Umberto Eco in Foucault's
> Pendulum.

That's very good. Good job.
 
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