Neville: Wanker!
Prince Charles: Yes, I know!


DRJ: I mentioned Laura Bush baucese the original question was whether feminists like Condi Rice. I think that Laura Bush is integral to that question, for one reason baucese of Condi Rice's ironic reference to George Bush as her "husband". I am a feminist and I think that Condi Rice is a century more modern than Laura Bush. Condi Rice can be faulted for her lack of independence from George Bush, but that is on a much higher plane than anything that Laura Bush is doing.I do judge George Bush and Condi Rice for their actions. I can see that they have a great loyalty to the Iraqi people. If I were Iraqi, I would vote for them. But I would be in the minority: Most Iraqis resent the American occupation as an alien intrusion. I am all for charity to strangers, but some people go far overboard with it, usually not baucese they are saints, but to save face in some way. I think that spending $10,000 for every man, woman, and child in Iraq on their liberation and well-being is a classic example. Think of how much it would cost if they scaled it up to India.On the other hand, I do not think that Bush and Rice are protecting Americans. I know that they have worked hard at it and I can even believe that they have helped in some ways, but in total they have done more harm than good.

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Lydia (British Lois): But Neville, you spend all your time down at the Fox and Pig and Dog and Wolf and Fiddle and Whistle and Cock.
Neville (British Peter): And that's where you're wrong. The Fox and Pig and Dog and Wolf and Fiddle and Whistle and Cock is for Tossers. We're meetin' at the Dog and Cat and Bull and Whistle and Fiddle and Cock and Pig and Wolf and Fife and Other Wolf.

Stewie: Lee writes: "Dear Family Guy, was your show based on anything?" That's a great question, Lee. In fact, Family Guy is based on an American television series called The Simpsons.