Mind-numbing pain…

Last night I pinched a nerve in my right shoulder. I don't know exactly how, but since about 9 PM last night my entire right arm has been nothing but dull undulating ache… Incredibly painful — I could barely sleep, and I can barely think right now. I'm going to try and finish off this tracker module today, but please don't hold it against me if I'm not up to it… This is really very unpleasant, plus I have a pounding headache from all the glue I've been sniffing*.

First let me show you some photos:

badseeds at the CNE.

Shawn gets cut by Keith

Scott Fox and I at Xanadu (abandoned earthship-type home)

And now let me tell you about some conspiracies. First of all, to many it's looking like the “terror attacks” in Bali were in fact committed by the Indonesian Army — not a big surprise considering that they have a history of committing terror attacks on their own people whenever US corporations have asked for a favor.

Then there's the snipers. Remember the anthrax attacks, how eventually it was pretty conclusively shown that the attacks were done by government personnel, operating from inside a government lab? (And then it dropped out of the media?) Well, there's a lot of people starting to suggest that these snipers are also government operatives. This is paraphrased from that link, but they clearly cann do the following repeatedly:

  1. getting into position undetected
  2. maintaining cover
  3. taking the shot successfully
  4. getting away undetected

In general to do this, you have a team of snipers — and not just hunters or cops. These skills aren't taught on the firing range or in police academy. The team of snipers most definitely has military training, and its potential size implies government involvement, most likely US or Israeli judging by past actions.

Anyway, check out the posting if this general argument interests you. Please note that on this one I haven't confirmed/denied any of the statements in the article, so you should probably do so before you take it too seriously.

* The windows were just replaced in this house.

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

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