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  1. #14
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    Originally posted by bb
    Man I sure would like to see this vid.... I've tried 2 differant versions of Win Media player for streaming asf. files and neither works.

    Any other downloads available for this ? mpg or other ?
    When you get to the screen where the little windows media player comes up and sists there and doesn't do anything right click on the movie screen. There will probably be a choice called "Error Details" click that, and somewhere in there will be the link to the actual file. cut and paste that to the address line in your browser and hit enter. WMP will then go right to the file. Apparently Explorer isn't smrt enough to tell other windows software what to do.

    Eric

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    No only this . Thanks for the help anyway.

    Windows Media Player encountered an unknown error.

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    The Porno killed it

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    I had to go into View Source and put it in.
    http://img.slate.msn.com/media/95/John_Edwards_100k.asf

    What's with the lizard tongue thing after the hairspray bombing ?

    lol

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    I thought maybe he was checking his lip gloss?

  6. #19
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    Originally posted by cdp3
    What a shame that politics and the cretin therein have sunk so low as to dwell on how a man combs his hair.

    Talk issues, and elevate the thought process. Picking on an idiosyncrasy is both naive and childish. I can't fathom how a videotape of a man combing his hair is more relevant than the Iraqi crisis, the price of oil, the employment situation, or the current market situation.

    And as I recall, this is HVAC-Talk. The *closest* this could be to hvac related is the constant emission of superheated gas from the necks of these politico's.

    This type of muck belongs in the same round filing cabinet I keep my Michael Moore films in....

    cdp3

    Just a look at the lighter, funnier side of politics...you want us to quit watching it? Tell the dummy's to quit providing us with such good material!


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    Sorry to sound like a putz. I'm really pist regarding our current situation, and didn't pay attention to the forum name I was posting to. Shot from the hip and got kicked in the lip....

    I'm really not that much of a stick in the mud, but this kind of inane muckslinging is insulting to my intelligence. If we as a people don't respond to it with the disdain it deserves, we're going to find ourselves up to our necks in it. Don't believe me? Three words. Girls Gone Wild.

    That goes for both sides, fellas, so you Repubs don't get yer knickers in a knot.

    Ya want a real laugh? Check out http://www.jibjab.com and click on the link for "This Land Is Your Land". Hilarious!

    The other thing humorous in the whole Kerry-Bush thing is "The Daily Show" by Comedy Central, but even they aren't impartial. They don't like Bush and aren't afraid to show it, BUT they've had members of the GOP on frequently, and don't make a butchery of them, hence the return visits. The recent show with Laura Bush was outstanding, and I find I really like the lady. She was elegant without airs, and had a good sense of humor. The humor pointed towards the administration is usually sarcastic in nature, as opposed to boorish cruelty like some of the bigger broadcasters.

    And who doesn't giggle at "The God Wheel"....


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    I disagree with you

    Originally posted by cdp3
    What a shame that politics and the cretin therein have sunk so low as to dwell on how a man combs his hair.

    I can't fathom how a videotape of a man combing his hair is more relevant than the Iraqi crisis, the price of oil, the employment situation, or the current market situation.

    cdp3
    I submit that video clip revealed the true John Edwards, on several levels. In what he thought was a private moment, he let his true personality out.

    The video is embarrasingly funny the 1st time you watch it. But watch it again. Personally, I was in shock trying to fathom that this man oh-so-vain, could possibly be or next VP or Commander-in-Chief!?

    The editorial comments at the left of the screen hit the nail on the head. "He signals he's ready for hair spray by closing his eyes expectantly, like a child." By God, he does exactly that.

    Just look at the way he flips his hair with the fingers bent on his left hand - just like a girl.

    Though silent, the video subconsciously says to me that Edwards relates good looks to votes, and that he spends a disproportionate amount of time thinking about the way he looks, during every minute of his waking hours (when he should be thinking about more important things).

    But the most significant issue (IMO), is that he comes across (and he thinks he is) a pretty boy, which to me, is the mark of a pus.

    Translation: he looks like a pus to our enemies.

    And if he is/looks like a pus to our enemies, don't you think that is just one more thing to embolden them to try another attack? Which, by the way, would dramatically affect all things you list above...

    Go fathom that...


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