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Date: Wed, 23 Oct 96 From: Eyler Coates, Sr. Subject: How Bubba can possibly lose The only way he could lose is the way the former governor of Louisiana said was the only way HE could lose: Being found in bed with a dead girl or a live boy. Have a nice day. Eyler Thanks for stopping by The Daily Muse and taking the time to drop us a note. I'm not sure what to do with your suggestions for Bubba's demise since the Muse IS a family publication (We'll see if we get up the courage to print your answer), but we appreciate the feedback.... Date: Thu, 24 Oct 1996 From: Eyler Coates, Sr. Subject: Re: Bubba's bedtime habits/The Daily Muse Don't be afraid! This was printed in the papers down here, I think, though I did not see it. It was told to me by my 76 year old sister, who is a hard-shell Baptist. ;-) Best wishes, Eyler
Date: Sun, 03 Nov 1996 From: Rex Webster Organization: Univeristy of Colorado, Boulder Subject: How Bubba can possibly lose What we don't realize is that the shady John Huang was importing Indonesian aphrodisiacs FOR Dick Morris in an awful menage-a-trois between Bubba, Dickie-Poo and Madonna in her Eva Perron garb. Viva the revolution (or is that gyrations?) Fondly, R. Webster
Date: Mon, 04 Nov 1996 From: Adam Cooper Subject: How Bubba can possibly lose HE DIES!
Date: Fri, 01 Nov 96 From: Chris Delisio Subject: How can Bubba possibly lose If Bubba starts blabbing about how he really wants to use the White House to get money and chicks.
From: Rob Kemp Subject: How Bubba can possibly lose Date: Tue, 22 Oct 1996 Bill Clinton is found in bed with a dead girl or an 11-year-old boy. Both are possibilities with this slime bucket! From: Rob Kemp Subject: Hello Muse Date: Tue, 22 Oct 1996 I usually have a better sense of humor but this election with Bubba would try the patience of a dead man (I am not referring to Vince Foster). It is a sad state of affairs when the man without character Bill Clinton is the frontrunner with American voters. I enjoy your publication and, looking at the positive side of things, Slick Willie will provide 4 years of great material. Sincerely, Rob Kemp
From: Rob Kemp Date: Mon, 28 Oct 1996 I vote for Bob Dole. Ross Perot states the truth when he said on 'Meet DEpress' that there will be a constitutional crisis when Bubba is impeached. R. Kemp
From: JCuster678 Date: Sun, 20 Oct 1996 Subject: Yes!!! Finally, a decent smear site against Bubba. I've visited a few thus far and none of them have been quite as good as yours. Good work!
From: Stacey Parks Date: Wed, 23 Oct 96 Organization: home Subject: Dole page The absolute best Dole commentary and humor on the NET. Keep up the great work!!
Date: Thu, 10 Oct 1996 From: Ryan Organization: Student Subject: Dole work you suck
Date: Wed, 30 Oct 1996 From: Jay Miller Subject: Another 4 years? Two years ago, I counted down the days till the end of Bubbadaze. I get so damned wrapped up in all this political stuff I send myself to exhaustion only to find that there is going to be a Bubbadaze sequel, that will probably be chock full of cool new impeachable offenses that the non Muse media will sweep under the rug. Knowing you folks are around will go a long way toward reminding me that there are a few thinkers left in the world. You always make my day. Thanks for being here. If Bubba will quit attacking small business people, I shall endeavor to hopefully become a sponser. Jay S. Miller Nitebird Seeker of truth, knowledge, and the American Way...sometimes, unfortunatly justice doesn't always necessarily prevail. http://www.geocities.com/capitolhill/4586
Date: Thu, 31 Oct 96 From: Erik A. Kraft Organization: UW-Madison Subject: An idea... I think it would inject some life into the faltering Dole campaign if the candidate came out as hip-hop M.C. Robby D. You know, appeal to the kids. Imagine M.C. Robby D. laying down a phat campaign rhyme, wielding a mike in his good hand while arythmically moving his vestigal limb. Desperate times...
Date: Fri, 25 Oct 1996 From: James Fletcher Subject: Music in the White House Hey man I'm a player and another player and I were spoofing on Clinton being a sax player. We decided that the Prez needed some competition from the other party so here is our take on the Republicans. It might just make Bob a little more electable. Newty and Bob should start a band and call themselves "Newtie and the Dolefish". They would be a real hoot. What do you think? We coined this name 10-24-96. Use it if you like.
Date: Thu, 24 Oct 1996 From: Cathy Mehne Organization: Pacesetter REALTORS Subject: just a comment I just wanted to say that I really enjoyed reading your page because it's so funny. I especially liked the phrase "Bobdole."
From: Rich Moellers Date: Wed, 23 Oct 96 You know...Dole has received the plum endorsement of rocker Ted Nugent. I can hear it now: "Bobdole likes Ted Nugent." "Bobdole thinks Nugent kicks ass!" "Bobdole's got Cat Scratch Fee-vuh!" Actually...Dole is a remarkable person...and an inspiration to many. He can do ANYTHING with one good arm: drive, write, count his electoral votes...you name it! Hey Rich, Lay off Bob's arm, will ya? He's got enough problems without you reminding him of his disability.
Date: Tue, 22 Oct 1996 From: Deborah Steinbach Subject: O.J. Heraldo Reviera-Sucks! If anyone needed to be booted from the air it's him!!! I think he's the cheapest s--- that they could hire! He's nothing more than a prostitute/trick! THANK YOU EVER SO MUCH FOR ALLOWING ME TO VENT!!! Hello Deborah, You're welcome. So how do you REALLY feel about the guy?
Date: Tue, 22 Oct 1996 From: Randy Subject: Stuff about this old guy I heard on the radio It's been a while since I dropped by and said "Hi" but I ran over this tidbit that I thought you would enjoy. I just heard this on National Public Radio (10/22, 8:15 AM)... "Foreign aid is coming to America...from the Buddhist Temple in Los Angeles." --from a sound clip of Bob Dole speaking about Bill Clinton's campaign financing. It really is just as funny as it is frightening. Hello Randy, Speaking of old guys, a true study released today says smoking may prevent Alzheimer's. Not sure if Philip Morris's partial sponsorship had anything to do with it.
Date: Fri, 18 Oct 1996 From: Kelly M Patrick Subject: Government Dear Sir, All I can say is "Don't blame me I voted for Bush and Dole!"
Date: Sun, 13 Oct 1996 From: Michael Thacker Subject: Penny ante Great stuff! Whoever does this page has real talent! (content and GRAPHICS)
Date: Fri, 11 Oct 96 From: Laurie Browne Thanks for the fun....and I appreciate the work that goes into this. Just wanted to stop in and smile. Regards, Laurie
From: Suzie Breneman Subject: Note Date: Thu, 10 Oct 1996 Hi: Read your plea and decided I should write and thank you for providing your WONDERFUL Site......does this qualify as a "good" note?
I (think) I found you by way of USA Today and CONK....although in browsing around, I sorta' get lost in cyberspace sometimes. BUT, and that's a BIG BUT, (not spelled butt, thank you), I HAVE bookmarked your URL so that I can return often for a visit. (Show this one to somebody you want to impress!)...even though I live waaaayyyyy out in the country I can still keep up with what's happening in the world, thanks to people like you! Sincerely, suzieb
Date: Sat, 12 Oct 96 From: Bill Oman Dear Muse, My wife says my thoughts are not worth a red cent so if someone out there is willing to pay a penny on the thought my accountant says I should shell out for a thinking cap, or better, shuck the clothes, put my fist under my chin and sit in front of a library. (Now that sounds like I let my accountant do my thinking for me which means he would get the penny, wouldn't he . . . ??) On another matter (no charge for this one), I just read that the West Va. militia wanted to blow up the FBI fingerprint bureau in Clarksville. Now that's the hard way. The easy way, now that he's retired, is to have Mark Fuhrman moonlight part-time [or, maybe the militia were really sent to close all the--gates in Washington.] Can't wait till Bobdole campaigns in West Virginia. Cheers, Bill Oman
Date: Thu, 10 Oct 1996 From: Mike E. Howard Organization: DCCCD Subject: Huh?! Hey, guys, wake up and smell the campaign. The lead article hasn't changed since Monday. During this time: the FDIC says Hillary is a naughty lady; the Jock and the Tree have had a debate; Clinton has had 683 photo ops signing bills to give 8,421 official White House Presidential BIC pens to potential voters. The planet is still spinning. How about you? Mike Howard From: Angie.Wehunt Date: Thu, 10 Oct 1996 Subject: DAILY?! I love this page! It's great because I really get disgusted with the news, and often will avoid watching the news just to spare my own frustrations. The Daily Muse takes a great look at what is going on in the world and gets me interested. One gripe: DAILY leads me to believe that this would be updated DAILY, I've not discovered the consistency. It seems more to me like it should be called "Muse Week", or "Muse, whenever the hell we feel like it." Hello Mike, Hello Angie, So what if you can't set you watch by The Daily Muse. You get what you pay for. Actually, the staff just returned from a much needed off-line break after more than a year of (nearly) daily updates. If you're feeling sorry that you sent that note just about now, don't. Because we'll be kicking through your screen with another edition soon enough.
From: ressa@ibm Date: Mon, 07 Oct 1996 Subject: Bob Dole When you're not the president of the United States of America, clearly you're not in the hot seat. Bob Dole ultimately had the upper hand and it showed. Before this debate I was for Clinton but now..... I look at it this way, I liked Clinton, he did what I needed him to do (except of course raise taxes), now I'm done with him. It's time for a fresh face. It's like when you hire someone new in your company. He makes you alot of money but then the money doesn't get any higher. Nothing personal but you must move on to another fresh new face. I liked what Clinton did for my family but what else does he plan to do? I'm finished with Bill Clinton. It's time for a new man for the job. We also need to protect our family from violence, Clinton is too soft. I would like to continue but I do not want to bore you with my opinions. I'm sure you have alot of people writing in. One more question. How do we stop the layoffs in this country? How come (Clinton and Dole) did not touch on this subject? Companies are laying off half America. It's horrible!!!
Date: Fri, 04 Oct 1996 From: Lou Mogano Subject: Dolesternomics F I N A L L Y. . . . . The general electorate gets the opportunity to do what only registered Republicans have been able to achieve on 4 previous occassions...and that is...TO TELL BOB DOLE TO SIT DOWN & SHUT UP!!! Unfortunately, Bob Dole is going to take Bob Kemp down with him.
Date: Tue, 15 Oct 1996 From: george crane Subject: kudos As in "praise for the fine service you render to humanity for uploading all your humorous observations" Not as in "cave" or "hollow" (Japanese meanings). I have you bookmarked and visit you twice as often as I visit any other news source. You're much more credible than any of the biggies like CNN or Electronic Telegraph. Keep up the good work! george
Date: Sat, 05 Oct 1996 From: John Hill Subject: Your roving reporter Having nothing better to do, I decided to run down to the courthouse and catch the happenings at the Mark Fuhrman N-word hearing. It was gratifying to see the fourth estate so well represented, (the media at it's rollicking best,) interviewing and recording all and sundry whose complaints, whimperings, and righteous outrage at Fuhrman's heinous perjury, met with their stringent agenda. Amidst this gaggle of reportage I was pleased to find a contingent of white liberals, black activists, and White Queen minions, who all seemed to be chanting "Off With His Head." Now this is serious shit, mind you. I mean material perjury is a first class felony in the State of California, and all these good people want is nothing more than to see justice finally done. Concerned citizenry at its finest, I'll tell you! I was particularly affected by the words of one gentleman who seemed to voice the sentiments of the rapidly growing crowd. "If that MF don't do no time some s--t gon' happen!" Being privy already to the fact that Fuhrman was going to cop a plea, I debated whether to carry my investigation further, thinking that if s--t is gon' happen its gon' happen without me! Casting caution and discretion (and sometimes truth) to the winds, as all good reporters do, I decided to stay no matter what the consequences. Inside the courtroom Fuhrman was natty in his pale suit; almost handsome in a boyish sort of way, (read g instead of b and you get the same picture), and the judge resplendent in his dark robes, appearing ultimately wise and sagacious; justice personified. The bailiffs in their tight creased Sheriff's garb were busy conversing on the phone or making frequent trips to the copiously writing clerk. Important s--t was going on! The attorneys for both sides, looking lawyerly in their lawyerly threads, seemed on first glance to be positively stricken (or should I say smitten) by the horde of reporters and TV coverage. So much smoothing of hair, straightening of lapels, and tightening of ties, I never did see! But hey, who am I to say anything; caught myself checking the pony tail and pulling the Levis up over my a-s. From this auspicious beginning things immediately disintegrated into anti-climax. Fuhrman, looking at ease but a little chagrined, copped his plea and didn't do no time. (How about that for cut-to-the-chase reportage?) You recognize a good deal when you see one and Fuhrman is no exception. Going to trial and facing the possibility of four years in the can makes one stop and think, not to mention the lawyer fees. He thought! That's about it, what else can you say about this incredibly important matter that hasn't been said. As Johnny Cochran's gofer, Carl, so aptly put it "another case of racial bias in the system." He indicated he would have much more to say about the matter at his press conference and wondered whether the black man was ever going to get justice in this world. No time indeed! I made my way back through the grumbling crowd, but noted with relief that s--t had not started happening yet. The moans of outrage at Fuhrman not going to jail were only slightly offset by two skinheads slapping palms while audibly using the N-word. Discretion returning, I left quickly. For a moment I had one disquieting thought. I wondered if Nicole Brown or Ron Goldman had ever used the N-word. John Hill
Date: Thu, 03 Oct 1996 From: chris pasek Organization: cigarz Subject: Hello Muse yowza yowza yowza (sorry, Frank Zappa) Your site is the 'mostest of the hostest'! I will tell all my friends about your page......great mixture of info and yuck-yucks.
Date: Wed, 23 Oct 1996 From: Charles Nutter Organization: Loyd Jones Well Service, Ltd. We are looking for a back issue from the 1992 election when Slick Willie was elected. Hello Charles, Ahh, 1992. The days before there was a WWW and a Daily Muse. We've been going for a little over a year and it seems like such a long time. Our archives only go back to about September 1995... Anyway, sorry we couldn't be of much help.
Date: Tue, 08 Oct 1996 From: Angela Weiler Subject: Penny ante DON'T YOU HAVE ANYTHING BETTER TO DO?? Dear Angela, Thanks for writing. The Daily Muse appreciates questions such as yours because they really make us think about the meaning of it all. So as of this day, we are ceasing publication (see http://www.cais.net/aschnedr/musefool.htm).
Date: Tue, 08 Oct 1996 From: Reg Marshall CC: rec.art.erotic Subject: Hello Muse anything to show? Hello Reg, How about a pair or two of underwear?
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