Wednesday, June 07, 2006

PRESSURE - & FLOYD, NIKKI, & JOSH TAKING ON THE NAZI'S

On this June 7th, OPR roundtable discussion you will hear Floyd Cochran, Nicole Nichols, and Josh Hoyt discussing the recent primary in Alabama, the never-ending Bill White saga, the upcoming rallies, and whose payroll is Hal Turner on. You won't want to miss this lively show.

TAKING ON THE NAZI'S


Now, I have to hand it to Tony Willow! This video is priceless!

PRESSURE VIDEO

8 comments:

  1. Good show. I noticed that Mr. White is now a confederate southern separtist on his website now.

    Now for something really painful. If you are watching the NBA finals tonight, see Shaq shoot free throws. That is painful.

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  2. Oh, and White is suing American Airlines in Roanoke City District court.

    That makes well over 110 lawsuits filed by White in just 5 years in Maryland & Virginia.

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  3. I love Shaq. Maybe Bill is looking for a new home?

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  4. He seemed a little upset going on an address posting rampage..lol, Should I be scared now? The only problem I would have with him posting my address (btw NONE of those are correct) would be that he would never show up to meet me there!
    -josh

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  5. You have that right, Josh - he won't meet YOU anywhere!

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  6. Of course none of those addresses are correct. He just puts them out there hoping that lots of good people will get harassed and he will get some more press.

    What a guy!

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  7. Yawn. You don't have a problem putting out misinformation, do you?


    BTW- My family is doing VERY WELL...you were not able to do any harm at all to my family. Just wanted you to know that.

    You shot your wad in trying to hurt my wife.

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  8. Funny video, I like it when people make fun of the FBI.

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