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#1 DWF


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Posted 14 September 2005 - 08:57 PM


Maybe they should've read their website.  :eek2:
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#2 FnlPrblm

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Posted 15 September 2005 - 01:43 AM

um...I don't get it.  What's wrong?
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#3 Zwolf

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Posted 15 September 2005 - 08:36 AM

Mamas, don't let your babies grow up to be FEMAites.

This is the part that worried me...  


Welcome to FEMA for Kids! I'm Herman, the spokescrab for the site.

A spokescrab?

I'm scared to even go look at the Department of Health and Human Services webpage now.  I'm scared I'll see some cartoon spirokeet saying, "Hello, I'm Phyllis the Spokes-Clap Bacteria, reminding you kids to always wear your raincoat!"

Herman the Spokescrab, and his ol' pal Brownie the spokescrap.  Amazing.


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And I'll feel even better
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But I'm never talking to you again
There's things I'd like to phrase some way
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I'm never talking to you again
I'm never talking to you
I'm tired of wasting all my time
Trying to talk to you

I'd put you down where you belong
But I'm never talking to you again
I'd show you everywhere you're wrong
But I'm never talking to you again

I'm never talking to you again
I'm never talking to you
I'm tired of wasting all my time
Trying to talk to you

I'm never talking to you again
I'm never talking to you
I'm tired of wasting all my time
Trying to talk to you."
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#4 Anakam


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Posted 15 September 2005 - 09:46 AM

Is it 'Chertoff' or 'Chertof'?  I tend to get a little freaked out when the spelling can't even stay consistent.  (See 'About'.)

Also, I wonder what the 22 different agencies that were brought into Homeland Security were?  Huh.  Maybe they accidentally put part of the Dept of Education and the loan/grant programs in there too?  :devil:  *rimshot*  

(Sorry, sorry.... cynical mood right now.)
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