Standard security/terrorism/fluff rant ahead. Skip to another post if you have had enough of my ranting on this.
So many people are calling for the end of US troops in Iraq. I’m not just talking about powerhouse countries like France, either. I’m talking about American citizens who have had enough and are calling for the withdrawal of our soldiers. “Why isn’t President Bush working on a plan to pull out of Iraq?” so many people wonder. Continue reading The Iraq war secret
If you haven’t already voted, get out and get to it. There are a lot of close races, and plenty of changes in the congress are possible/likely today. Not that it matters who wins, since too many politicians are too gutless to do anything about the President’s illegal wiretap program or make the White House commit to some sort of timeline for getting out of Iraq (here’s a hint – even if everyone stopped being gutless and committed to this, we’re five to ten years away from getting out of that mess, and politicians are scared to tell voters we are that far away from even beginning to get out of an unpopular confrontation/clean-up).
A joke passed along to me by someone at work:
A man walks into the street and manages to get a taxi just going by. He gets into the taxi, and the cabbie says, “Perfect timing. You’re just like Frank.”
Cabbie: “Frank Feldman. He’s a guy who did everything right – all the time. Like my coming along when you needed a cab, things happened like that to Frank Feldman every single time.”
I’m sure I’ll suffer some unknown karmic backlash for posting this, but I chuckled at this when I saw it. Truth is, if you really think about it, someone is getting seriously hurt. Once I saw the animation full-sized and could see how badly that person got hit, I stopped chuckling. It’s freaky scary. And yet, I can’t resist posting it.
[tags]A bad day – with vehicles, Vehicle pwnage[/tags]