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Tuesday / April 15th / 2003
Baghdad has fallen...

Baghdad has fallen which means that one more insignificant thug has been beaten by a much larger and more powerful thug. Winner takes all. But where did the smaller thug and all his cronies escape to? And more importantly, where will the bigger and more powerful thug now turn to...
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Saturday / March 22nd / 2003
Orchestrated misinformation...

Right now on the television there is a plethora of an ever-repeating cycle of information flooding the media. One seriously wonders what is true and what is merely dramatized propaganda. Events so far covering the attack on Iraq seem to be running amazingly smoothly, in fact the incursions on various...
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~ Posted at 01:44 PM | 2 comments
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Thursday / March 20th / 2003
Increasingly paranoid...

Here are a few examples of how much more paranoid I have been getting because of the recent developments with the Gulf War: After my workout yesterday evening at the fitness club, I always reward myself with a nice hot sauna. While I was sitting there, this strange odor was...
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~ Posted at 09:01 AM | any comments?
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Wednesday / March 19th / 2003
Against war...

I am totally against the upcoming war with Iraq because of the following reasons:So far the United States has not come up with an iota of evidence proving beyond a doubt that Saddam has any so-called weapons of mass destruction. This despite the fact that they have loudly proclaimed for...
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~ Posted at 08:47 AM | 7 comments
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Monday / February 24th / 2003
Bush and Saddam...

You would expect that after all of these thousands and thousands of years of war and misery that mankind would know better by now. The ironic thing is that while the majority of us have figured it out long ago any way, there are still a couple of awful people...
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~ Posted at 10:48 PM | 8 comments
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Sunday / December 1st / 2002
Man on the moon...

I was only twelve years old when the first man placed his foot on the surface of the moon. Like most people at the time, I also remember exactly where I was and what I was doing at the time. I was sitting in the middle of the back seat...
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Saturday / November 30th / 2002
Hard facts of reality...

I was only six years old on the infamous day when our dear and beloved President Kennedy was assassinated, but I can remember it very well to this very day. At the time I was in first grade sitting behind my desk at Montezuma Elementary School in Redding, California. All...
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Tuesday / October 1st / 2002
Outward forms of change...

Trying to take an objective view on current affairs concerning the impending war with Iraq and the irrational way people often react, I found the following quote very appropriate."All outward forms of change brought about by wars, revolutions, reformations, laws and ideologies have failed completely to change the basic nature...
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~ Posted at 08:36 AM | any comments?
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Wednesday / September 11th / 2002
One year later...

When it first happened I could not believe it was really happening. Afterwords, I was in such deep shock that for weeks I could not believe that it had really taken place, such an awful tragedy. And then time passed, but my disbelief became greater. Rather than the usual...
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~ Posted at 10:25 AM | 1 comment
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Tuesday / May 21st / 2002
Broken fence...

When it comes to repairing broken items and keeping things organized and straight I can be very meticulous at times, sometimes a little too exaggerated they say. Take for instance that fence of ours. It starts at the side of our house, goes back eleven meters or so before turning...
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~ Posted at 09:25 PM | any comments?
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Wednesday / April 17th / 2002
So many killed for no reason...

"The mass slaughter of thousands of Bosnian Muslims in Srebrenica is a horrifying and probably the most violent excess to take place in the process of disintegration of Yugoslavia in the first half of the 1990. Great-Serbian ambition played a major role in this process. This places a relatively large...
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~ Posted at 01:46 PM | 1 comment
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Thursday / March 14th / 2002
Further adventure...

The past is what made us what we are today, and the experiences and knowledge so acquired is required baggage for our further adventure into the future. For those of you out there who would rather just forget the past and get on with your lives, first check out Attack...
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~ Posted at 08:19 AM | 3 comments
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Friday / March 1st / 2002
Father like that...

Svetlana Alliluyeva, daughter of Josef Stalin, is 76 years old today. How would you like to be in her shoes with a father like that? I wonder how she has dealt with the sins of a so-called dad who is directly responsible for millions of unnecessary deaths as a terrible...
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~ Posted at 08:19 AM | any comments?
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Wednesday / February 6th / 2002
Rat race irony...

A boat docked in a tiny Mexican village. An American tourist complimented the Mexican fisherman on the quality of his fish and asked how long it took him to catch them. "Not very long," answered the Mexican. "But then, why didn't you stay out longer and catch more?" asked the...
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~ Posted at 08:45 AM | 1 comment
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Sunday / February 3rd / 2002
Don't sneeze...

I happened to come across this quote the other day, and it really started to make me think: "If you sneeze too hard, you can fracture a rib. If you try to suppress a sneeze, you can rupture a blood vessel in your head or neck and die." So...
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~ Posted at 11:35 AM | any comments?
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Tuesday / January 29th / 2002
Spindliest legs around...

Right around the age of about twelve to thirteen or thereabouts is the time in life when girls jump-start into puberty. In a split-second flash and spurt of hormones, accelerated growth makes them tall and creates the spindliest legs around. Long, slender, very very skinny sticks upon which they walk...
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Wednesday / January 2nd / 2002
My very first euro...

Picked up my first euros this morning at the atm in front of the post office on my way to work. "This is a historical moment," I was thinking. I will never ever forget this important moment as long as I live. Decided to take out seventy euros, one bill...
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~ Posted at 12:33 PM | any comments?
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Friday / November 2nd / 2001
These are trying times...

It is hard to keep one's head raised during this period of violence, terror and war. Everything seems to be going wrong at the moment. What is a person supposed to do? Each day something comes up and reminds us that this is far from a perfect world. Nonetheless, it...
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Saturday / September 15th / 2001
Whatever happens good will persevere...

Whatever happens I am sure that good will persevere. At least that is what I am praying every moment of the day. The road will be very bumpy and at times trecherous. But at the end of the path it will be God's light that will lead us through...
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~ Posted at 02:43 PM | any comments?
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Tuesday / September 11th / 2001
A very sad day...

Today is a very very sad day in American history, as a cowardly terrorist attack has completely destroyed both of the World Trade Center buildings as well as a large section of the Pentagon. This horrific deed sickens me to my stomach, and my heart goes out to all those...
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~ Posted at 08:23 PM | 2 comments
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Thursday / September 6th / 2001
Breaking news from Monterey, California...

Breaking news from Monterey, California - Hollister homicide suspect in stand-off with police on I-5. Merced (12:45 p.m.) - Hollister police say a suicidal man who led authorities on a lengthy, high-speed chase this morning is in a stand-off with them on I-5 near Merced. The man is wanted for...
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~ Posted at 10:09 PM | any comments?
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This archive includes all of my blog entries I have ever written which fall under the category World affairs or thereabouts.

The entries are listed reverse chronologically from top to bottom.