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it's report card day!

Inspectors to give Baghdad mixed grades

My sources have obtained for me an advance copy of Saddam's report card.

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Teacherís Note: It is clear that Saddam has failed this quarter. Unfortunately, because he has failed the same subjects in the past and show no signs of improving or even wanting to improve, we have no choice but to expel him. How we go about that is entirely up to Saddam himself, and whether he chooses to leave the building quietly or not. Should he cause any problems with the expulsion, we will have no other choice but to use force to make him leave.


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RED INK?!Don't you know that the new teacher rules stipulate green ink so as not to stigmatize the poor student

Shouldn't that be George W.'s report card?

if it were that easy, i would have taken over a small country by now and threatened world domination to overcompensate for a small penis. but since i have a good size member and low enough intellegence, i should just work at the local fast food joint and become the burger nazi.

Wow, boof! It take you two whole minutes to come up with that! I'm impressed. Without sounding too much like a harpy, I'll say that anyone who can make the mental leap to compare George W. to Saddam needs some serious help cue "They're Coming To Take Me Away, Ha-Aah!"

On another note, the Science grade/comment cracked me up. Maybe it's time we quit listening to the UN, and instead told it to the Marines! Ooh-rah!

Another example of grade inflation.

Hi!
Your blog is devote to FAITH NON MORE

i know

and i like it!

Brilliant! (and I'm so laughing at Jay's comment, above :-)

grade inflation, indeed. :-)