If they break 150 miles, launch the Alert 5 aircraft.
Johnathan:Dan Rather will admit to being a disingenuous lying liberal in a joint press conference with Hillary, who will admit to shooting Vince Foster.
what does pwn3d mean?
Dan Rather would rather swallow a salt lick on a late August day in Austin day during an acute lemonade stand shortage than admit he's wrong.
There is no doubt that these documents are fakes, but Dan Rather is a far-left ideologue, posing as a journalist. He knew they were fakes, but he is so contemptuous of the American public that he thought they wouldn't notice modern computer word-processing proportional fonts, super-script, and text-wrap characteristics that didn't exist in 1972. ... Moron.Rather hasn't changed one whit since he published a massive serial lie, cleverly disguised as reporting on the Vietnam war. I was there, a Marine, personally seeing it with my own lyin' eyes and I didn't recognize anything that came out of his mouth ... but the American public ate it up. Maybe that's where he developed contempt for the average American intellect. It was a pack of lies, seeded with a few grains of truth taken out of context, then blown grossly out of proportion. But, now he's been caught red-handed. Will the "great" Dan Rather admit he is complicit in not-so-clever leftist lies and propaganda? Probably not. If he does, I will be amazed. If he doesn't, he's toast. Frankly, I'm hoping he does NOT admit it. I want to watch him twist in the wind until he bursts into flame and splashes face down into the sea of mud he created. ... Sweet.
pwn3d is a term used by computer gamers and hackers, derived from "owned." The '3' is basic "k-rad" letter replacement, and the 'p' started out as a joke, based on the frequency of mistyping a 'p' instead of an 'o'. "owned" itself is used to mean defeated. e.g. a computer gamer who has played into the hands of his foe "got owned." That made more sense because it came from the hacker lexicon first - a hacker who has gained superuser privileges on someone else's computer might as well "own" the server, since he would have more power over it than the legal owner.
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