Thursday, April 10, 2003

Don't have all that much to say today, except that I'm quite pleased that the war seems to be over, so we as a world power can get on with our science lab project of rebuilding another society from the ground up. This is, of course, at the same time that we're doing pretty much the same thing with Afghanistan, which you don't hear much about anymore. The last news I heard from that place was that Hamid Karzai was having to tug on our national sports jacket to remind us that his country's still there and still needs to be rebuilt. But it is nifty to see a bunch of happy people in the streets of Baghdad, even if I am a bit chagrined to hear some of the folks there saying, "Thank you, Bush!" Screw you, Bush, you still suck. The war's over, now people get to watch the economy tank; you should've dragged it on for another year and a half.

Anything else? Nope, not really -- just a conversation with Janine about quadriplegic sex that devolved into an unbearable Fear Factor level of discomfort. Some things you never think would make you squirm, until you find yourself saying them aloud...

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