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Posted By: andy

Posted On: Apr 25, 2004
Views: 766
oh no!

take my vote off the colin powell bunch! i thought you meant colin farrell! i so wasn't thinking...


Posted By: some guy who's cooler than andy

Posted On: Apr 25, 2004
Views: 757
RE: oh no!

Um, why would you want a dinner date with colin farell over colin powell? I mean, one of them is among the highest ranked military personnell in the world, and the other is a dirty douche who wants people to think he's a "bad boy." Please reply without using the word "cute."

Thank you.


Posted By: rhack

Posted On: Apr 26, 2004
Views: 729
RE: RE: oh no!

I think it'd be cool to have dinner with Colin Powell except that he's really smart and knows a ****load about well politics (duh) so I'd feel all dumb and stuff sitting there eating a salad with a guy who like knows government secrets. I'd be all nervous and get indigestion. So no thanks.


Posted By: Martian Molly

Posted On: Apr 26, 2004
Views: 725
RE: oh no!

And if he does let you in on some of the secrets that he knows, or even confirms your suspicions about the small group of rich men who actually run the country from the shadows, then you might just get sooo depressed that you'd eventually have to kill yourself. You can never go home again.

Unless, of course, you aspire to a career in politics or the military in which case you should kill yourself anyway. The world would be better off.


Posted By: BakaKage

Posted On: Apr 26, 2004
Views: 709
RE: oh no!

Or you slip him a few extra drinks until he tells you a top-secret military plan then he realizes what he did pulls out his gun and drops you on the spot. Nah, not powel.


Posted By: Kiki Dee

Posted On: Apr 26, 2004
Views: 701
RE: oh no!

I'd only choose to have a date with Colin Powell if I could bring someone along: Michael Moore.


Posted By: ChroMolly

Posted On: Apr 28, 2004
Views: 678
RE: oh no!

Why, are you on a diet? He'd eat all the food in the place and then promote himself and his career at the expense of some good social cause.


Posted By: Kiki Dee

Posted On: Apr 28, 2004
Views: 674
RE: oh no!

I like him. I feel that he has the same views on things as I do. In Bowling For Columbine, he didn't really make a point. He explored all sides to that issue, but never really came out and said HIS view on everything, which lets the viewer make up his or her own mind. What I got from it: Parents need to spend more time with their kids, and the government needs to butt out of a lot of things. These are things I have always believed in, though. I would take him along because I think he would ask some good questions of Colin Powell. I'd more like to dine with the President or Mr. John Kerry WITH Michael Moore. Moreso the President, though. I'm tired of hearing about John Kerry's stupid medals/ribbons.


Posted By: Harry Pillcrusher

Posted On: Apr 28, 2004
Views: 671
RE: oh no!

Michael Moore kicks ass. Dude Where's My Country was really really funny and Stupid White Men was a little more then I really needed to know. Roger and Me was uber boring but I really liked the cartoon in Bowling for Columbine.