Friday, April 24, 2009

It's Unacceptable

7 comments:

Frank Drackman said...

Gee, McCain bein aggressively interrogated by a woman... some might call THAT torture...OK, Buck, guess We'll just have to "Agree to Disagree" on "Torture"... but here's somethin you can't deny....

Fox News has the HOTTEST Info-Babes by far... I don't even know who the one is there thats Aggresively Interrogating McCain...

My faves Laurie Dhue... but that Jamie Colby's not a bad looker either...and you can always count on Gretchen Carlson for some early morning stimulation...

Who's your fave, Buck??

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Anonymous said...

Frank's commentary has gone from mildly distasteful to lavatorily amusing.

Back to the point, i agree. If the aim is to obtain useful intel out of an otherwise unwilling tongue, try vodka. Nightclub and ER experience suggests that ethanol works wonder in shaking loss knowledge that otherwise stays locked in a sober mind. Better yet, high-dose ethanol sports a coincidental bonus of segmental memory loss after a hangover.

Just be sure to rehydrate the dude afterward before sending him back to his quarter.

Buckeye Surgeon said...

I'll grant you the FoxNews babes, Frank. But they're also sort of creepy; all of them 6 foot hyperaggressive blondes spouting right wing drivel. It's like they were all spawned from the same Baden-Baden cloning factory.

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Anonymous said...

"I'll grant you the FoxNews babes, Frank. But they're also sort of creepy; all of them 6 foot hyperaggressive blondes spouting right wing drivel. It's like they were all spawned from the same Baden-Baden cloning factory."

heheh

Anonymous said...

Article: Dumb Intelligence"Even the communists suspected that torture can't be relied on to produce more than false confessions" said Robert Baer, former Middle East CIA field officer.