Let’s see if this works.
I swear the new color scheme looked okay last night. I will fix it soon. Sorry about that.
In the meantime, read some real funny stuff over at the Onion.
Accurate examination of signatures is the number one tool for fighting terrorists. Duh. Tell me something I don’t know.
Here is one of the most thoughtful essays I’ve seen so far. There are many memorable quotes, but I like this one:
these past events are the ultimate case of high tech vs. tools from the bronze age, wherein, our position as a world superpower did nothing to protect us from what amounts to a grassroots attack by modern-day knifemen.
and this one:
by now, we all know that u.s. foreign policy has had a hand in the grave issues tearing apart the middle east, including what america thought was the cost-free support of israel, and even the taliban themselves when we were trying to get rid of the russians occupying afghanistan during the cold war. we create monsters to get rid of monsters and that goes on ad infinitum in a vicious circle.
Well, it looks like they are probably going to rename Operation Infinite Justice. May I offer an alternative?
Operation Indefinable Enemy
It’s short, snappy and, more importantly, to the point. Ahhh, it’s good to see my cynicism slowly returning.
Interesting bumper sticker seen today:
God Protect Me From Your Followers
It is pretty sobering to see how many countries were affected by the attacks on the World Trade Center.
Call me an ignorant caveman lawyer, but I’m confused about this new technology. How is this different from email? Additionally, I’m told Tangerine is taken by someone else. Good one, you.
o.k., I’m in on the blog muy. What’s to say. It’s a strange up and down… One of the best things I saw was a town meeting on MSNBC, kind of what talk shows should be, rather than the Jerry Springers and Oprahs. Real folks, real issues, real feelings.
The violence against minorities is appalling. Makes me wonder how the war will pan out. There is a visceral anger and hatred, and it would be wise to separate this anger from our eagerness to respond. For the most part, I’m with the program, and willing to make any sacrifices, contributions, etc necessary. Wondering what Ralph Nader would do as president…