Saturday, October 22, 2005

Hey, guess who forgot to pay the cable bill?

Also, the little one poured water in the keyboard, but, thanks to My Left Wing I have a new keyboard, and I can once again resume my work.

Now Time Magazine is saying that the Taliban fighters were burned because of the smell. I'd have to admit that something sure stinks about that story.

Look, now we're threatening Iran and Syria. Just boggles the mind, doesn't it? Do they sit around and ask each other what else they can do to fuck things up, or does it just come naturally?

So, how's Saddam's trial going?

Finally, from Daily Kos, attributed to wikipedia:

A possibility has been raised by several sources that a death may have occurred as a result of this leak. Under the Espionage Act, this could lead to a death penalty case. The CIA Wall of Honor has stars representing agents killed on duty. Named stars are used where information is not classified, and anonymous stars are used when the agent's name cannot be released. Below the stars is a chronological Book of Honor. An anonymous star was added to the wall between named stars that can be dated to deaths on February 5, 2003 and October 25, 2003. The anonymous star thus fits the timing of the Plame leak. Wayne Madsen, a reporter and former NSA employee, has claimed, "CIA sources report that at least one anonymous star placed on the CIA's Wall of Honor at its Langley, Virginia headquarters is a clandestine agent who was executed in a hostile foreign nation as a direct result of the White House leak."

Emphasis is so mine. Merry Fitzmas!

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