Stop B*sh from using nukes.

Apr 15, 2006 | | 0 comments |

This Iran thing has to stop before its too late. Specifically, B*sh has to be stopped. If it were anyone else, it would be inconcievable that he would actually be considering using nuclear weapons. He's even comparing the Iranian PM to Hitler, which is funny because if any world leader is the second coming of the moustachioed one, it's B*sh. But to be seriously talking about using nukes to attack a country to prevent them from using nukes is just such a perverted manner of thinking that it proves he's insane. Apparently everyone's forgotten just what a fantastically successful job he did with Iraq, and now he's touting the exact same Blitzkrieg idea for Iran, only with nukes. The fact that he went on TV and specifically denied it is even worse - that means not only is he considering it, but he has the targets picked out and the first strike date "pencilled in".
I don't know why everyone is so paranoid about Iran - they're at least 10 years from having a nuclear weapon of any description. So they've refined atomic material to 2%. Big whup. With a couple of day's tuition, most high-school kids could do that yet we're not worried about high schools churning out atomic weapons. B*sh is trying to play the exact same card he played with Iraq - trying to make people panic into supporting him, only this time it's different. He seriously believes the use of "tactical" nukes is a good idea. So not only is America now in the business of invading other countries on a lie and occupying them, it's leader is now in favour of using the exact thing he claims to be against - weapons of mass distruction.
In terms of parallels, this pretty much brings the US to where Germany was in 1939 - invading countries and wiping out populations with large-scale weapons.

And we're back.

Apr 14, 2006 | | 0 comments |

So here we are back in the USA again, jetlagged and with a to-do list as long as my arm due to the basement demolition work which is going to begin on monday....

Unless you're Doctor Who...

Apr 12, 2006 | | 0 comments |

...I can't recommend zipping backwards and forwards in time. Five days ago I was in Orlando. Four days ago, back at home in Utah. Today I'm in Congleton in the north of England. Tomorrow I'll be back in Utah.
I'll see your tired and slow day with four doses of jetlag within a week of each other.