[extropy-chat] the secrets of George Bush's war service revealed
twodeel at jornada.org
Wed Jul 28 23:23:57 UTC 2004
On Thu, 29 Jul 2004, paul.bridger wrote:
> Oh it's a joke alright.
> <snip humorous quotes>
And don't forget this, at the end of page three and beginning of page
four, which is when I realized it couldn't possibly NOT be a joke:
... Flush with government-supplied money, he persuaded the Chinese
premier to supply land and labor and build him the world's largest
eight-track-tape factory, on the outskirts of Beijing. Bush supervised the
construction personally, often arriving as early as 8:30 A.M. and staying
on the job as late as 3 P.M.
At this time, Bush also appears to have had some correspondence with his
father. A Freedom of Information Act request from GQ to the State
Department yielded a 1972 telegram to George H. W. Bush from his son
George. Though it is still classified in parts and text is blacked out in
several areas, it does seem to confirm W.'s Chinese mission.
ALL OK HERE. WORK IS
[REDACTED]. 8 TRACKS = FUTURE.
YOU WOULD LIKE CHEWIN LIE.
BUT ASK MOM: WHERE'S MY
[REDACTED] UNDERPANTS? THE
LAST PAIR [REDACTED].
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