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LHX
05-17-2006, 12:43 PM
or does george bush get a rumble in his stomach when he sees a burger king commercial?

are the ones at the top in competition with one another?

denaturat
05-17-2006, 03:01 PM
no to the principal question. he is not immune to advertising.

Aqua Luna
05-18-2006, 05:55 AM
or does george bush get a rumble in his stomach when he sees a burger king commercial?

are the ones at the top in competition with one another?

LOL... I think Bush's stomach does rumble for Burger King.

But, don't you think it's kinda f'ed up that most of these fast food chains advertise to minorites soo much, especially Blacks?

I mean Mc Donald's and Burger King always does this, as I have noticed on they commercials.

But, anyways...yes the ones at the top compete with each other but, all the while working together to save the top spot for the "elite" of society.

Namely - white, rich, and or male, and if they are protestant or jewish then that's even better, so it seems.

LHX
05-18-2006, 10:22 AM
the ones at the top are killing one another


you think cheney dont covet bush position?


among the conspiracy theory behind jfk - some suggested the vice president was in on it


even at the top everybody want to shine


maybe this is one of the keys to discerning victory

Prince Rai
05-18-2006, 10:28 AM
at every level people compete with each other/ both overtly and covert.

even in these forums.

the top rank i would assume has the most competition, considering that man loves power and recognition amongst other things. and the sources are everywhere, the top level aristocracy etc is like a powerhouse with enough candy for only to go around those who are "recognised".

Aqua Luna
05-18-2006, 12:52 PM
the ones at the top are killing one another


you think cheney dont covet bush position?


among the conspiracy theory behind jfk - some suggested the vice president was in on it


even at the top everybody want to shine


maybe this is one of the keys to discerning victory

But, don't they prefer it like that?

I think they get off on that dog eat dog, kill or be killed stuff.

It's the nature of the game and especially politics.
JFK?? hmmm...he seemed nice, maybe too nice for his own good.

Frontal Lobotomy
05-18-2006, 01:02 PM
Heh, JFK was an Irish Catholic with an uncanny ability to run in very powerful circles, no wonder the CIA offed him. As for Bush, I love his way of signalling to get a burger when he's done answering questions. I dunno if he notices that he manages to devalue the situation he was addressing by doing so or not, but it's a good laugh if anything (you have to laugh at the guy, or just smack your head against a wall). No doubt there is a power struggle as always, the top level in the eyes of the people is an attractive position. I wonder if the people at the very very top have to deal with similar crap

CherChezLaMarauder
05-18-2006, 01:31 PM
threapy therapy therapy advertisings giving me therapy therapy therapy

ilzPotent
05-18-2006, 05:00 PM
Bush is a primate. I think the power of suggestion holds true to him.

Fayth
05-18-2006, 05:03 PM
Bush sucks