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Copyright: Ann Telnaes | Original published date: 05/13/04

By Ann Telnaes  |  July 9, 2010; 12:00 AM ET
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lufrank1 have you chased away all the commentors we used to have here or is it me? They do have strange ways of making people talk today. Here's looking at you kid.

Posted by: JONAHandtheFISH | July 10, 2010 8:33 PM | Report abuse

Hi, Insanecommenter . . . . appropriate name!

Posted by: lufrank1 | July 9, 2010 4:09 PM | Report abuse

All a reporter needs to do is make sure they have a few drinks and shoot them with a little microwave and find out how they would really like to respond to any question. Nothing like getting taken advantage of by technologies designed for military intelligence that are now allowed to be used by anyone for any purpose. Electronic Truth Serum.

Posted by: JONAHandtheFISH | July 8, 2010 8:03 PM | Report abuse

Does it really matter since the liberal main stream media only reports the news that keeps their liberal readers from sending comments questioning the liberal reporters womanhood/manhood? The oil is still spilling and the job growth is plugged, but you won't read about that in the old Wash Po today get the picture?

Posted by: insanecommenter | July 8, 2010 7:56 PM | Report abuse

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