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Jul 7th 2004

donate to gbush, win gmail

it’s wictory wednesday and all-encompassingly has some gmail invites to give away.

donate five dollars or more to bush-cheney 2004 and you’ll be eligible for one of our gmail invites, which we’ll present to the lucky winners this saturday.

hint: if you donate, you’ll probably win an invite (so far, everyone who has donated has).

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DONATE: georgewbush.com or amazon.com

then

1. shoot me off an email [travis @ all-encompassingly.com]
2. make the subject “gbush”
3. include the confirmation number you received after making your donation.

feel free to email with any questions.

we’ll try to do this every week (with contests running from wednesday to saturday) until it flops, we run out of invites, or the donation period ends (in just a few weeks), whichever comes first. see also aaron’s contest at pardon my english.

if you’re a blogger, you can join wictory wednesdays simply by putting up a post like this one every wednesday, asking your readers to volunteer and/or donate to the bush campaign. then e-mail polipundit at wictory@blogsforbush.com and he’ll add you to the wictory wednesday blogroll, which will be part of the wictory wednesday post on all participating blogs.

3 Responses to “donate to gbush, win gmail”

  1. shovon

    google is good work that’s all ha ha

  2. tuananh

    I have won one prize form Gmail programme, but I wonder that this is true???
    Please advise

  3. […] to another person, whom i recently referred to with a very mild insult (contrast its severity to this one or this one) i’d also like to apologize. you are not a stupid piece of crap. in fact, for a piece of crap, you have very high intelligence. […]

Jun 30th 2004

donate to gbush, win gmail

it’s wictory wednesday and all-encompassingly has some gmail invites to give away.

donate five dollars or more to bush-cheney 2004 and you’ll be eligible for one of our gmail invites, which we’ll present to the lucky winners this saturday.

hint: if you donate, you’ll probably win an invite (so far, everyone who has donated has).

DONATE: georgewbush.com or amazon.com

then

1. shoot me off an email [travis @ all-encompassingly.com]
2. make the subject “gbush”
3. include the confirmation number you received after making your donation.

feel free to email with any questions.

we’ll try to do this every week (with contests running from wednesday to saturday) until it flops, we run out of invites, or the donation period ends (in just a few weeks), whichever comes first.

if you’re a blogger, you can join wictory wednesdays simply by putting up a post like this one every wednesday, asking your readers to volunteer and/or donate to the bush campaign. then e-mail polipundit at wictory@blogsforbush.com and he’ll add you to the wictory wednesday blogroll, which will be part of the wictory wednesday post on all participating blogs.

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Jun 23rd 2004

donate to gbush, win gmail

it’s wictory wednesday and all-encompassingly has some gmail invites to give away.

donate five dollars or more to bush-cheney 2004 and you’ll be eligible for one of our gmail invites, which we’ll present to the lucky winners this saturday.

BTW, congratulations to last week’s winners, john c. and gary m.

DONATE: georgewbush.com or amazon.com

then

1. shoot me off an email [travis @ all-encompassingly.com]
2. make the subject “gbush”
3. include the confirmation number you received after making your donation.

feel free to email with any questions.

we’ll try to do this every week (with contests running from wednesday to saturday) until it flops, we run out of invites, or the donation period ends (in about 10 weeks), whichever comes first.

19 Responses to “donate to gbush, win gmail”

  1. i have 6 gmail invites as well that i will donate to donators! Please note…I am a registered fundraiser trying to make sure that Bush recognizes who he needs to listen to & help out (i.e. Mormons!). so…if you plan to donate, contact me first!

  2. travis

    lyle,

    i responded to the email you sent me, but it appears you never got it. check your junk mail, good luck with your contest.

  3. fahad shah

    I am in Baghdad Iraq helping with Force Protection keeping our troops safe from all the car bombs and direct and indirect fire while trying not to catch a bullet or frag for my self. I would really like to be able to stay in touch with my wife who could send me pictures of my two kids 2 year old and 4 month old. I have never seen my 4 month old in person. Please folks if you have an invite i could really use one
    fahad shah

    [IP Address 82.113.15.71 –ed.]

  4. travis

    i would be glad to give a gmail invite to any soldier, anywhere, who is defending my freedom and way of life as an american. however, you, sir, are in amsterdam, netherlands, and you appear to be lying your pants off.

    Search results for: 82.113.15.71

    OrgName: RIPE Network Coordination Centre
    OrgID: RIPE
    Address: Singel 258
    Address: 1016 AB
    City: Amsterdam
    Country: NL

    [source]

  5. Evo

    ill take one plz… ixbluexi@hotmail.com

  6. rishad

    hi all..

    I would really love a gmail invite.

    email: deeper_color@yahoo.com

    -rishad
    Dhaka, Bangladesh

  7. Chuck Shuff

    In reply to
    i would be glad to give a gmail invite to any soldier, anywhere, who is defending my freedom and way of life as an american. however, you, sir, are in amsterdam, netherlands, and you appear to be lying your pants off.

    Since you stated you would be glad to give one to any soldier, anywhere, I would invite you to give one to me. I did the little IP lookup and it shows my ISP as being registered to sioux falls, SD. However, I am in Minot Air Force Base, ND. My current job is to keep air launch cruise missile (AGM-86B) and Advanced cruise missiles (AGM-129) in working order and ready to nuke the hell out of anyone daring to nuke us. You can look my AFSC up if you wish (2M051B). I have been deployed numerous times to Diego Garcia, where I helped deploy normal gravity bombs as well as CALCMs (Conventional Air Launch Cruise Missiles) and support troops in Afghanistan, and Iraq. I am currently on a waiting list to do a TCN (assist security forces in watching contracted civilians) in Iraq. I would greatly appreciate an account in order to send pictures back and forth from home.

    As for the guy who you said is in the Netherlands, do you actually think the government wouldn’t proxy through a non-hostile nation? We uplink through to any other host nation we can as to not show our current position, since those are classified.

  8. travis

    i sent chuck shuff an invite, since he sounded convincingly military. however, i still cannot believe “fahad shah” is really an american soldier. anyhoo, this is what i included with my gmail invitation to the chuck:

    here’s your invite. i apologize for the rudeness in the reply to the other fellow’s request, but it is my experience that the internet is full of liars and hacks; i’ve gotten tons of weird comments about gmail alone, not to mention comments alerting me to millions of dollars waiting for me in african banks. i guess i’m just overly cynical. plus the guy’s english seemed lacking. anyway, i wonder if you could explain how running an IP through amsterdam protects anybody…i mean, an IP that points to “baghdad, iraq” sure isn’t going to tell the enemy something they don’t know: “you mean the US army is in baghdad? sweet allah, let’s kill them!”

    and i assume the military gets special privileges with stuff like this, but there are tons of high-volume file sharers that would love to broadcast their IP as “amsterdam, netherlands”, too, so they can avoid being sued by the RIAA.

    anyway, enjoy gmail, and thanks for serving our country and keeping me safe.

  9. Chuck Shuff

    Travis, I thank you for the invite, and I have signed up. My Gmail account is now biohzrd[at]gmail[dot]com.

    I really do appreciate your kindness and willingness to support your military in even the smallest way possible. I’m pleased that there are still civilians out there who are good at heart. 🙂

    In Reply to :
    i wonder if you could explain how running an IP through amsterdam protects anybody…i mean, an IP that points to “baghdad, iraq” sure isn’t going to tell the enemy something they don’t know: “you mean the US army is in baghdad? sweet allah, let’s kill them!”

    Now, I may not be 100% sure on how the military networking goes, but I know standard procedure on intelligence gathering goes something like this…

    Just because one piece of information doesn’t seem like much to you, it doesn’t mean that that information isn’t being collected by others. By placing all these tiny “bread crumbs” if you will, together into the quite larger scheme of things, an enemy starts to get a picture of what we are doing.

    For example…

    Terrorist X overhears from a mom at the grocery store that her son in the army is being deployed to Iran.

    Terrorist Y hears someone talking about a “large number of troops being deployed overseas”.

    Terrorist Z hears from some proud dad that his son is leaving in two weeks, but doesn’t know where to.

    All of these information gatherers report to the same head honcho, and he puts it together.

    They now know that there are a large number of Army troops being deployed to Iran in two weeks. They could use this, and possibly other tiny pieces of intel to plan an attack.

    Sorry if my example was long, but I just wanted to show you how we are taught to keep these bread crumbs out of any terrorist mouths, and that, by showing you that one troop is in location X could be the last piece in the puzzle to planning an attack on our troops overseas or at home.

    Thanks Again,
    Chuck Shuff

  10. How can you actually support Bush? Ever heard of something called the Enabling Act? It’s Hitler’s Patriot Act. Bush is doing the same thing, using terrorism as an excuse to whittle away at your freedom. If you don’t believe me, go read the Patriot Act. Go look up all the amendmants. Hitler, before WWII, and before the Holocaust, did the same things as Bush. Bush is dangerous.

  11. psycho-soldier

    well i’m a soldier but not i the u.s army
    i’m in the israeli army and i’m fightin the same janke here in israel
    plz help me i’m lookin for invetation
    i hope u will give me one
    cya 10x by the way 😀

    [ip address: 83.130.249.233 –ed.]

  12. admin

    will all the spelling-challenged, illiterate morons in amsterdam please stop trying to con me? smoking pot does not make you eligible for gmail.

    Search results for: 83.130.249.233

    Address: Singel 258
    Address: 1016 AB
    City: Amsterdam
    Country: NL

    i did not for one SECOND believe that you were an israeli soldier, loser.

  13. admin

    and for you, mr. or ms. anti-bush,

    the enabling act and the circumstances surrounding hitler’s rise to dictatorial power are so far from september 11th and the bush adminstration’s response that your mention of it would almost be funny–that is, if you and your radical leftist comrades hadn’t been comparing bush to hitler practically ad nauseum for the last three years. but now it’s just tired and inadequate, like john kerry’s resume for president.

    1. the enabling act and the fire decree (two related german legislative actions) were passed soon after nazis staged an arson fire and blamed it on the commmunists. though many–notably the new jersey poet laureate (who happens to be muslim)–have said our sept. 11th attack was carried out by jewish “zionists” to cast the blame on innocent, peaceful muslims, or that “bush knew!” these claims are completely illogical and unfounded. plus osama said he did it.

    2. the enabling act drastically changed germany’s very constitution. in contrast, the usa patriot act’s most disputed points are 1) one’s communications or property can be monitored or searched without prior notification, 2) that though the act was meant to apply only to terrorists, it has also been used to bring down illegal money launderers and gross child pornographers, and 3) that the powers granted by the act have been abused by federal agents (a single, spurious charge by a store clerk who claims a federal agent who received poor service then brought him under investigation using the powers of the act).

    point #1 is perhaps a violation of civil liberties, but consider the alternative: bloodthirsty islamic terrorists kill you and your family.

    point #2 is perhaps alarming, but is it that bad that more bona-fide criminals are being brought to justice? they aren’t going after political opponents and minorities with the usa patriot act, as hitler was doing with his enabling act. they’re protecting all american citizens and enforcing the law.

    point #3 would be terrible if it were true. i hope not. but cops can do anything they want. they have authority, power, guns, and nightsticks. that’s why i’m always on my best behavior when i am (frequently) pulled over for speeding. the patriot act didn’t bring about abuse of power. power itself always has.

    and here’s the clincher, dipsh*t: the usa patriot act has not established george w bush as our dictator. he does not rule by decree, no matter what you think. that’s why we’re going ahead with the election in november and the laughable edwards-heinz ticket is even being given a spot on the ballot.

  14. Bird

    “anti-bush” said…
    “How can you actually support Bush? Ever heard of something called the Enabling Act? It’s Hitler’s….Bush is dangerous.”

    You apparently swallow everything Michael Moore and his band of wankers ejaculate into the atmosphere.

    Know what’s dangerous? A presidential candidate who says, “any attack will be met with a swift and certain response.” Read it again. THAT is what we all need to fear, citizen.

    Admin is right … the “Bush is Hitler” thing is old, tired and fulla holes. You need to move on.

  15. john fowles

    Anti-Bush is smoking crack. Bush-Hitler comments are more at home in Europe, where people find it more convenient to engage in America hate rather than examine their own racist and narrow societies.

    Bush has done the opposite of Hitler in so many ways. For one thing, he is a friend of Israel, and as such gets negative press in anti-Semitic France and Russia, and in every “Arab” or Muslim nation in the world. Also, as Admin pointed out, Bush did not become a dictator through the Patriot Act.

    I personally would prefer that we didn’t have the Patriot Act. But finding a parallel between Bush and Hitler is too radical to take seriously. If you take Michael Moore’s fiction as fact, then you have bigger problems than just thinking that Bush is Hitler.

    My guess is that you, Anti-Bush, don’t like Bush because he is religious, and you need something rational to throw at him since you know bigotry doesn’t go over so well in the more decent circles. But the problem is that you have jumped on an irrational bandwagon in your search for rationality.

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Jun 16th 2004

donate to gbush, win gmail

it’s wictory wednesday and all-encompassingly has some gmail invites to give away.

donate five dollars or more to bush-cheney 2004 and you’ll be eligible for one of our gmail invites, which we’ll present to the lucky winners this saturday.

DONATE: georgewbush.com or amazon.com

then

1. shoot me off an email [travis @ all-encompassingly.com]

2. make the subject “gbush”

3. include the confirmation number you received after making your donation.

feel free to email with any questions.

we’ll try to do this every week (with contests running from wednesday to saturday) until it flops, we run out of invites, or the donation period ends (in about 10 weeks), whichever comes first.

to monitor political contributions, check out fundrace.org. looks like president bush is ahead in the two categories that matter; john kerry is leading in the one that, er, well, check it out: fundrace.org/moneyindex

4 Responses to “donate to gbush, win gmail”

  1. Brian DeLong

    F*** you and your f***ing George Bush. I hope you die of oil inhalation.

    A**

    [edited for content]

  2. flawless reasoning, brian! you’ve convinced me to abandon the republican party with your skilled argument!

    ps: why do you want me to die?

    pps: do you mind if i try to reach you at home to have this question answered?

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