All of us, every single man, woman, and child on the face of the Earth were born with the same unalienable rights; to life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness. And, if the governments of the world can't get that through their thick skulls, then, regime change will be necessary.
Sunday, February 19, 2006
On The Success Of Infidel Bloggers Alliance ... So Far
Sometime within the next couple of hours, IBA will surpass CUANAS (that's my personal blog) in total all time hits. My blog is almost two years old.
I don't know whether to laugh or cry.
Anyway, the IBA traffic counter is only a month old, so in one month, IBA has done what CUANAS did in two years.
We're kickin' ass, people.
Keep up the great work. It's a team effort, obviously.
Posted by Pastorius at 5:41:00 pm
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I must have that T-shirt.
Hey, this is one of those times when you can laugh and cry at the same time. :-)
The time was right for your idea to take off.
Strength in numbers! Strength in infidels' perspectives!
You have made my day, Pastorius! Now, if only I can figure out how to fill out that form--nobody ever told me I was a "natural" on the computer.
I would like that T-shirt, too.
Go ahead and laugh! It's the ol' "pebble in the pond" trick! So long as your hits don't decrease, we're doing great!
So far, my attempts to annoy Muslims have included: business-card sized "info" cards with quotes, site addresses, etc (thanks to http://thetruthproject.blogspot.com where many great ideas for "humiliating" Muslims are listed!), a car-window sign in the form of an international nullification symbol with the words "sharia, dhimmitude, jihad" inside it, a bumper-sticker reading "It's the Borders, Stupid!" and now, coming off the press, a "Baby on Board" car window sign modified to read "Kafir on Board" and a new bumper sticker to say, "It's the Ports, Stupid!"
I expect slashed tires any day. I've already received a phone call from an A.H. with a heavy Arab accent who wanted to "confirm" my address, whereupon I told him to sit on it.
It's about the only fun I have these days, what with the borders, the ports, etc.
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