Last post of the evening

In a little while I'm off to CHRY to help out on Saira's radio show. If it's between 11PM and 2AM EST, you can click here to listen live! It's going to be an amazing show. Some of the things I'll be playing:

Serious, this is one of the best sets of music I've ever played. You won't regret checking it out.

"Most religions offer return on an investment of faith upon the death of the body. We offer return on investments of faith immediately, while you are living. Spiritual commitment will give immediate and measurable verifyable phsyical gratification."

Well, I've got a minute before I have to leave so I'll give some news links (although I won't have to much longer, but that's a secret)…

I want to start with a great quote from Arundhati Roy: “Will burning the haystack find you the needle? Or will it escalate the anger and make the world a living hell for all of us?”

First, I understand that part of the reason that civilian targets are getting struck is that the Taliban sometimes situate themselves in residential areas to shield themselves… Considering the stoneage level of technology they have access too, that's not a big surprise. However, if the US is perfectly willing to kill Afghans that have nothing to do with this war because they're inbetween the bomb and the target somehow, they have no right to complain when the same happens in reverse (as it did). Muslim groups around the world are already starting to seriously turn on the US, it's going to get a whole lot worse now that the US has announced it will continue bombing through Ramadan. I'm somewhat perplexed as to what the US government is trying to accomplish… because it's certainly not going to help any of the things that made September 11th happen. If anything, it'll make it worse. At least the Pentagon hired a good PR firm to promote the bombing. Whatever they do, I guess it'll keep the Royal — or should I say oil — family in power.

Quick link: Wait, that's not Anthrax… it's cocaine!

Wow Shannon, that's really annoying! What is it, 1997 on Geocities? Retroweb is NOT cool!

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