Friday, June 27, 2003

"Trees cause more pollution than automobiles do."

-- Ronald Reagan

"A dictatorship would be a heck of a lot easier, there's no question about it."

"Senator Strom Thurmond led an extraordinary life."

-- George W. Bush

"It isn't pollution that's harming the environment. It's the impurities in our air and water that's doing it."

-- Dan Quayle

"I would have made a good pope."

-- Richard Nixon

"I will never apologize for the United States of America . . . I don't care what the facts are."

-- George Bush

"I am a Ford, not a Lincoln."

-- Gerald Ford
Hello, and welcome to my recently renamed website! This site, The Idiosyncratic Ramblings of a Nonsensical Nature (TIRNN, pronounced turn), is great and awesome. Check it out!

Thursday, June 26, 2003

According to this list, several U.S. corporations as well as several corporations in foreign nations sold chemical, biological, and conventional weapons as well as rocket and nuclear weapons programs to Saddam Hussein's regime in the 1980s. Check it out!

Tuesday, June 24, 2003

Will Strong Bad & Co. sell out? Vote now!

Monday, June 23, 2003

(.sdrawkcab si llop s'keew siht ,lla retfA) .sdrawkcab gnitsop trats ll'I kniht I
No new email this week. Oh, well.
I think I'll run for President in 2024.
Sorry about the delay, but it turns out that Hulk was terrible. I mean, god-awful bad. The movie made no sense whatsoever and the plot was totally rambling; not to mention that the first half of the movie is extremely boring. Despite that, the movie is edited in perfect, comic-book style, which gives the movie a plus. Also, the visual effects in the movie are unbelievable. Aside from that, it sucked.

Sunday, June 22, 2003

Gonna see Hulk to-night. It's-a gonna be cool.
Everybody! Everybody! Email Strong Bad!

Friday, June 20, 2003

Thai food = good stuff.
If anyone cares, I'm gonna reset my hit-o-meter, which will, therefore, make the blog below the one below this one totally meaningless.
Hello, all. If you wanna know when the U.S. is going to war with North Korea and Iran, check this out.

Thursday, June 19, 2003

Although I must admit that this blog is in no way shape or form as good or better than any other blog you see, I can say with some confidence that this blog is one shitty blog. Like, for instance, this one, which is way better. I mean, I have owned (well, not really owned, per se) this blog since February something, and I have hardly gotten any hits at all from people other than myself. Except, of course, for my immediate family; and, for some reason that I cannot explain, I have gotten a hit from Ireland, a hit from the Netherlands, and a hit from Japan. Perhaps, in order to increase my traffic or noticeability in this great expanse of billions upon billions of sites on the Internet, I should probably opt for owning a site on this server (instead of using it for free), get a domain name of some sort (like, e.g.,,, or, or actually learn . . . watchucallit . . . HTML. As Strong Bad once said, "The Internet is a place where absolutely nothing happens." Whatever. Well, until then, later.
Check this out. It's gweat.

Tuesday, June 17, 2003

According to a recent Gallup poll, 42% of the U.S. public (that is, 18 years and older) think that Saddam Hussein was somewhat responsible for the September 11 attacks. This is what I have to say to the (approx.) 117,600,000 that have been either misled, misinformed, or outrighted brainwashed by the Bush Administration: According to my knowledge as well as that of the (approx.) 61,600,000 that have avoided the deceit disseminated from the propaganda machine, the United States was attacked on that date by terrorists under the direction of al-Qaeda (established and directed by Osama bin Laden, who has referred to Saddam Hussein as a "secular infidel"); the majority of them (15 out of the 19) were Saudi Arabian, and the funding for the attacks came from Saudi Arabia. But I may be wrong; I mean, what do I know?

Thursday, June 12, 2003

Got Radiohead's new album, Hail to the Thief. It's quite good, I must say.

"Maybe you'll be President,
But know right from wrong"

Tuesday, June 10, 2003

Hello, all. I have gotten word that NewsMax Store has issued a "Deck of Weasel" card set (in parody of the "Deck of Death" cards that showed the images of top Iraqi officials). The people who made this deck, which features such evil, un-American people as Michael Moore, Sean Penn, and Susan Sarandon (by the way, I'm being really, really sarcastic), are unpatriotic bastards, and I hope they go to hell. (See the second post on the 03-16-2003 - 03-22-2003 page in the archives.)