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I thought I was the only one

I react this way around hippies as well:

10 Responses to “I thought I was the only one”

  1. tgirsch Says:

    I about fell off the couch watching that!

  2. Metulj Says:

    Berkeley and Texas A&M, perfect foils. One is full of privileged guilt-challenged white kids with too much time on their hands and the other is full of privileged irony-challenged white kids with too much time on their hands.

  3. Metulj Says:

    BTW, I nearly croaked laughing during the broadcast. Awesome.

  4. Regolith Says:

    Normally, I don’t like the Daily Show. They went a little to the hard left after 2000. But that was hillarious.

  5. Cactus Jack Says:

    Bezerkly needs to be sealed off from the outside world so the braindead residents dont contaminate the rest of the population.

  6. Mike123 Says:

    Did you know the Daily Show guy is a real Marine Captain.

  7. Gregg Says:

    Why don’t we just ship Code Pink down to the sandbox and let them “spread peace”, though I expect they would end up spreading something else…

  8. Dustin Says:

    It is a bit ironic if not absolutely reprehensible that these folks are using the very free speech protected by the Americans who have sacrificed their lives to protect our Country during times of war against the recruiting office of the Marines. Nobody should be prevented from being able to learn about an excellent organization like the Marines simply because they were unfortunate enough to be born & raised in Berkley California. It’s not like anyone gets to choose their birth parents so why should we hold that against them by preventing them from being able to learn about the Marines? Semper Fi.

  9. sam Says:

    The best is when the code pink woman was talking about free speech and he says “if only there were some sort of organization dedicated to fighting to protect those rights”

    WOOOSH! right over her head!

  10. tgirsch Says:

    Dustin:

    Your comment reminds me of an old Onion article: Man who fought to defend rights wishes people wouldn’t use those rights, or something like that. Man, I wish I could find that right about now!