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Posted: 5/13/2003 4:13:08 AM EDT

Seattle police officers scramble over rubble and near demolished buses as first-responders, Monday, May 12, 2003, at a terrorism response exercise in Seattle. The bioterrorism drill, the most extensive in the nation's history, included hundreds of firefighters and police officers responding to the mock explosion of a radioactive 'dirty bomb.' (AP Photo/Elaine Thompson)


An Iraqi soldier chants slogans during a demonstration in front of the main Presidential Palace, now a U.S. Army base, in Baghdad, Iraq, Monday May 12, 2003. Just a month after their defeat at the Americans' hands, 300 Iraqi soldiers marched on the U.S. Army's main Baghdad base to demand back pay and a future in the new Iraq. (AP Photo/Murad Sezer)


Afghanistan's government destroys stockpiles of anti-personnel mines on the outskirts of Kabul, Afghanistan, Monday, May 12, 2003. The destruction came nearly a year after Afghanistan, one of the world's most heavily mined nations, signed the 1997 Ottawa Convention, the global treaty banning the use, production, stockpiling and transfer of land mines. (AP Photo/Silvia Izquierdo)


The aftermath of a bombing in the Saudi capital of Riyadh is seen in this image made from television, Tuesday, May 13, 2003. Hours before a visit by U.S. Secretary of State Colin Powell, attackers shot their way into three gated compounds housing Westerners, killing at least three and injuring about 60. The string of attacks was capped by a fourth explosion Tuesday morning in Riyadh outside the Saudi Maintenance Company, a joint Saudi-U.S. venture. (AP Photo/Saudi TV via APTN)


Biswanath Halder, 62, is shown in a Cleveland Police photo made available Monday, May 12, 2003. Halder has been charged with aggravated murder and two counts of attempted aggravated murder in a shooting spree at Case Western Reserve University Friday, May 9, 2003. (AP Photo/Cleveland Police Dept)


British-born attorney Stephen Joseph holds an Oreo cookie in San Francisco May 12, 2003. Joseph, who has spent much of his life enjoying Oreo cookies has sued Kraft Foods Inc. and is seeking to ban the much-loved cookies in California because they contain trans fat, an ingredient he calls inedible. REUTERS/Tim Wimborne


A film on the Sept. 11 attacks by Oscar-winning documentarian Michael Moore that criticizes President Bush has won short-term backing from Miramax Film Corp., a source familiar with the deal said on May 12, 2003. Moore is shown making an anti-war statement as he accepts his Oscar for Documentary Feature for 'Bowling for Columbine' at the Academy Awards March 23. Photo by Mike Blake/Reuters


Unkie, top right, a male siamang, reaches down to playfully tug at the orange-colored hair of Karen, a female orangutan, as Unkie's infant looks on at the San Diego Zoo's newest exhibit, 'Absolutely Apes,' Thursday afternoon, May 8, 2003. For the first time ever in the Zoo's history, orangutans and siamangs are living, playing and swinging through trees together in the same exhibit. (AP/Ken Bohn)
Link Posted: 5/13/2003 4:15:15 AM EDT
Monkeys and Micheal Moore, Interesting...
Link Posted: 5/13/2003 4:46:22 AM EDT
Link Posted: 5/13/2003 5:19:45 AM EDT
As always, Johnny, Thanks for the pics.

Michael Moore needs to be beaten, whether w/ a Louisville Slugger or figurativly, but if it's w/ a Louisville Slugger, I just hope I can get a swing in.
Link Posted: 5/13/2003 5:41:19 AM EDT
I need to buy some oreos, mmmmmm oreos......
Link Posted: 5/13/2003 5:49:14 AM EDT
Does this mean we'll soon have pre-ban and post-ban oreos?
Link Posted: 5/13/2003 5:58:50 AM EDT
Link Posted: 5/13/2003 6:25:30 AM EDT
Thanks Johnny.
Link Posted: 5/13/2003 6:46:24 AM EDT
Now here's an idea: lock Michael Moore in a cell with 762 packages of Oreos and wait for the prick to develop heart disease. [;D]
Link Posted: 5/13/2003 6:55:43 AM EDT

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Arizona's gunnuts destroys stuffed animals using Tannerite on the outskirts of AJ, Azizona, Sunday, May 04, 2003. The destruction came nearly a year after Arizona, one of the world's most heavily armed States, tried to signed the "Anti-Crossroads of the West" Convention, the liberals treaty intended on banning the use, production, stockpiling and transfer of ammo, firearms and Tannerite
(AP Photo/Winston Wolf)

[i]... Edited for publishers (AP) typo correction[/i]
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