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by mg at 03:01 PM on October 11, 2000

We are huge egomaniacs here at BS. Although, isn't everyone, really? I mean, who hasn't, at some point, gone to Yahoo! and typed their own name into the search box?

So, here is a first installment in what I'm calling 'Search Result Wednesday'.

This week, I searched for Bad Samaritans on Google. I started there because Google is fun to say.

Look! someone wrote a book about us. Hmm... Are we the vicar, his wife, or the Bosnian named Stanko? *sniff* *sniff* Stanko it is.

A biblical reference!

Diaries on the web are fun.

This made me laugh. I don't think it was supposed to. Who am I to make fun of anybody, but at least I don't use the word 'sux.'

How crazy. I'd actually read this article when I was still in school. Boring as shit. But raises some good points. Can't wait for the movie.

Innocent bystander gets caught in gang

fight. Shot three times, luckily for him, right outside a hospital. Except he dies anyway because hospital staff aren't allowed to leave the hospital. I think they were lieing, I saw Clooney leave E.R all the time.

We Bad Samaritans are no match for Major Victory, Lady Liberty, Silent Majority, Mayflower, and The Sparkler. Well, I think we could take Mayflower, and forget about The Sparkler, but Silent Majority would kick our asses. You gotta, love Silver Age comic book heroes.

Remind me not to go to Stockton, California. Although, they are right about one thing though, ONLY FAGGOTS SHAVE THEIR LEGS!

I'm not sure what the editorial at the bottom of this page has to do with Bad Samaritans, but I can offer a few suggestions about what I think is wrong with Pakistan. The difference between India and Pakistan is kind of like the difference between Canada and the U.S. except India is no U.S. I could say more, but this author is shamed by his inability to write catchy phrase like "asseverates at various international fora."

Bad Samaritans find safety in numbers. Hop on board! And, according to Chapter 2, people in love tend to find each other more attractive. We've found a pitcher of Bass Ale tends to work as well. Also, according to Chapter 7 Extroverts tend to have intercourse at a younger age, and more frequently, with more partners, and in more positions, than introverts. Ahh, psychology, what could be more useful? I think the webmaster of that site should go back to experimenting with monkeys.

Thats it for now. My cache is about to explode.


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