Let's all chip in for all the liberals......

Discussion in 'Politics & Current Events' started by DoyleG, Oct 13, 2003.

  1. DoyleG

    DoyleG Moderator
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    FC Edmonton
    Canada
    Jan 11, 2002
    Victoria, BC
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    FC Edmonton
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    Canada
  2. Dolemite

    Dolemite Member+

    Apr 2, 2001
    East Bay, Ca
    i haven't laughed so hard since Pluto Nash
     
  3. Matt Clark

    Matt Clark Member

    Dec 19, 1999
    Liverpool
    Club:
    Liverpool FC
    They really sell it to you

     
  4. fishbiproduct

    fishbiproduct New Member

    Mar 29, 2002
    Pasadena Ca.
    The music is really good too...Cool!:
    http://www.koryogroup.com/sounds/song17.wma

    Maybe we should organise a "BigSoccer North-
    Korea Tour" for the Liberals/ Pinko-Commies/
    Tree-huggers/Saddam-lovers/French among us?

    Count me in! Where do I sign?
     
  5. Belgian guy

    Belgian guy Member+

    Club Brugge
    Belgium
    Aug 19, 2002
    Belgium
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    Club Brugge KV
    Sorry. I already have a trip to Cuba planned. You know, I wanna see the place before the regime change and all... :D
     
  6. argentine soccer fan

    Staff Member

    Jan 18, 2001
    San Francisco Bay Area
    Club:
    CA Boca Juniors
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    Argentina
    I want to wish all my liberal friends from B.S. a pleasant trip. And remember, while in North Korea you can eat the food (if you are able to find any) but don't drink the water.
     
  7. riverplate

    riverplate Member+

    Jan 1, 2003
    Corona, Queens
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    CA River Plate
    Why would any American want to travel outside the United States to visit a Communist country?

    All they have to do is go to San Francisco.
     
  8. mannyfreshstunna

    mannyfreshstunna New Member

    Feb 7, 2003
    Naperville, no less
    BA-ZING!
     
  9. Topper

    Topper BigSoccer Supporter

    Oct 19, 1999
    SoCal
    Club:
    Los Angeles Galaxy
    Nat'l Team:
    United States
    That's in North Kalifornia.

    In the South, we have The People's Republik of Santa Monika.
     
  10. Roel

    Roel Member

    Jan 15, 2000
    Santa Cruz mountains
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    Liverpool FC
    Nat'l Team:
    Netherlands
    When are the right-wingers going to take the democracy in action tour, starting with 13 months in Afghanistan, followed by an undetermined amount of time in Iraq?
     
  11. Finnegan

    Finnegan Member

    Sep 5, 2001
    Portland Oregon
    Nahhhh they let young, high school educated 18 year old kids from the south side of Chicago and Applachia do that for them.

    Such a trip would get in the way of the time it takes to attach the American flag to a foreign made SUV that get's 12 miles to the gallon while they drive to work by themselves.
     
  12. NSlander

    NSlander Member

    Feb 28, 2000
    LA CA
    Re: Re: Let's all chip in for all the liberals......

    That very same comment was tired 30 years ago, but you know, giving it that little twist with the misspelled 'k', wow, suddenly its hysterical all over again.
     
  13. fishbiproduct

    fishbiproduct New Member

    Mar 29, 2002
    Pasadena Ca.
    Re: Re: Re: Let's all chip in for all the liberals......

    I like Santa Monica.
    I didn't know it was ever refered to as such
    ("People Republic of") but, come to think of
    it, that's probably why I like the place...
    ( except for that 3rd st. promenade area
    which has become awfull...too bad)
     
  14. Eric B

    Eric B Member

    Feb 21, 2000
    the LBC
    Club:
    Los Angeles Galaxy
    Nat'l Team:
    United States
    Re: Re: Re: Let's all chip in for all the liberals......

    I hope you haven't used the term "Amerikkka" before then...
     
  15. verybdog

    verybdog New Member

    Jun 29, 2001
    Houyhnhnms
    Because they want get out of the box. Most Americans are ignorant on NK, namely its people, its geography, its culture, and its social, political environment. They need to go there to see and feel for themselves.

    It would be a better eye-opening trip than going to Cancun, imo.
     
  16. DoyleG

    DoyleG Moderator
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    FC Edmonton
    Canada
    Jan 11, 2002
    Victoria, BC
    Club:
    FC Edmonton
    Nat'l Team:
    Canada
    Re: Re: Let's all chip in for all the liberals......

    You seem to be the perfect fit for such a trip.:D
     
  17. verybdog

    verybdog New Member

    Jun 29, 2001
    Houyhnhnms
    Re: Re: Re: Let's all chip in for all the liberals......

    Myohyangsan group tour
    Sinuiju, Pyongyang, Nampo, Myohangsan, Kaesong/DMZ
    train in - fly out
    one week Tuesday to Tuesday
    US$1490 or US$1590

    Kumgangsan group tour
    Sinuiju, Pyongyang, Nampo, Myohangsan, Kaesong/DMZ
    train in - fly out
    one week Tuesday to Tuesday
    US$1590

    Standard short group tour
    Pyongyang, Kaesong/DMZ
    fly in and out
    three nights
    US$1290

    Paekdusan/Chilbosan group tour
    Sinuiju, Pyongyang, Paekdusan, Chilbosan, Kaesong/DMZ
    train in and out
    one week Tuesday to Tuesday


    I bet these must be some awesome tours for Americans!
     
  18. Attacking Minded

    Attacking Minded New Member

    Jun 22, 2002
    The could make their first stop in SA!

    http://news.excite.com/article/id/360295|world|10-13-2003::18:09|reuters.html

    Saudi Arabia to Hold First Elections

    SURPRISE TO MANY

    The cabinet statement said the decision "comes to implement King Fahd's speech about widening popular participation and confirming the country's progress toward political and administrative reform...and accountability."

    The king pledged in a speech in May to expand reforms following suicide bombings on Western compounds in Riyadh. He said the government would "expand public participation and open up wider horizons for women's employment."

    Riyadh has responded to Western disquiet about its restrictive political, social and religious culture by scrapping school teachings that promoted hatred of Christians and Jews.

    The kingdom, under the dynastic rule of the house of Saud since its foundation in the 1930s, has an appointed advisory council but has never had elections for public office.

    Foreign and domestic pressure has been mounting on Saudi Arabia, birthplace of al Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden, to speed up democratic reform and crack down on the country's powerful religious establishment to quash rising Muslim militancy.

    Saudi analyst Dawoud al-Shiryan said the decision showed the government was serious about reforms.

    "It was expected that the government would have started with small reforms such as administrative, bureaucratic and some economic, but to start with political reforms came as a surprise to many,"



    Boy! First, the fall of the Soviet (Evil) Empire and now, SA instituting the beginings of democracy. What will Conservatives cause next?!?
     

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