Archive for June, 2003
So no elections in Iraq until the US is sure the “right” candidates will win. Meanwhile, former officers in Saddam’s Army are being installed as local governors.
“‘They give us a general,’ said Bahith Sattar, a biology teacher and tribal leader in Samarra who was a candidate for mayor until that election was cancelled last week. ‘First of all, an Iraqi general? They lost the last three wars! They’re not even good generals. And they know nothing about running a city.’”
ah, these guys still crack me up.
“You see, George, it’s not the lying and the doctoring of intelligence that has me all upset. It’s that you’ve had control of Iraq for over two months now — and you couldn’t even find the time to plant just a few nukes or vats of nerve gas and at least make it LOOK like you weren’t lying to us.”
“Huge discharges of lightning that flash from the tops of thunderclouds for distances of 40 miles or more, have been observed for the first time on Earth.”
New Lightening? somebody decode some of Tesla’s notes?
“South Park creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone are joining forces with producer Scott Rudin (The Hours) and Paramount Pictures to make Team America, a spoof that will use marionettes to lampoon the war on terrorism, mindless action movies and celebrities, according to the Hollywood trades.”
Interseting theory about King Arthur originating from Italy.
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“The SciFi Channel is trying to get the government to investigate more UFO sightings, and has hired former Clinton chief of staff John Podesta as their Washington lobbyist. They could begin with a new sighting in Georgia of a red UFO which appeared to “scan” the occupants of a car.”