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:: Wednesday, February 04, 2004 ::

Yeah; that George W. is obviously an idiot judging from this article...
Normally most pledge classes are very tight and very supportive of one another, and we were 50 individuals and were not interested in each other and there was no unity in our class. And they said it was really quite deplorable.
To make this point to us, they started calling on people to get up and name their fellow pledge members. And they called the first person, and he named four or five. And then he didn't know anybody else's name, and they told him what a sorry human being he was and how little he cared about his pledges. Then they called on somebody else and he named eight or ten but didn't know anybody else.
Anyway, the third or fourth person they called on was George. He got up and named all 50. There was this hush that fell over the room.

When will all of the whiney Bush haters get a clue? Probably never, but at least George knows what's up, and who he can count on.

:: Mark 10:15 AM [+] ::
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