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29 April 2007
 
DC Madam's List Public on May 4

ABC's saving it for sweeps! And there's more to come.

Palfrey's flamboyant attorney, Montgomery Blair Sibley, said Friday that he has been contacted by five lawyers recently, asking whether their clients' names are on Palfrey's list of 10,000 to 15,000 phone numbers. Some, Sibley said, have inquired about whether accommodations could be made to keep their identities private. ABC is expected to air a report on Palfrey and her clients on "20/20" on May 4, during sweeps.

More revelations are in the offing. Ross said the list includes the names of some "very prominent people," as well as a number of women with "important and serious jobs" who had worked as escorts for the firm.




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27 April 2007
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There'll Be Much More

The deputy secretary of state is the first of what will be many more victims from the list of the D.C. Madam.

Maybe when international mass murder didn't get the Bush administration off us, sex will.

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  How Does Rush Limbaugh Remain On the Air?

This racist bile is from his show this week. by way of Andrew Sullivan)

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26 April 2007
  Hitchens on the Poison of Religion

The schizoid Christopher Hitchens, who seems to be coming out of his loony period, actually saying things I agree with. My favorite quotes:
Our belief is not a belief. Our principles are not a faith. We do not rely solely upon science and reason, because these are necessary rather than sufficient factors, but we distrust anything that contradicts science or outrages reason. We may differ on many things, but what we respect is free inquiry, openmindedness, and the pursuit of ideas for their own sake. We do not hold our convictions dogmatically...

...We [the nonreligious] are not immune to the lure of wonder and mystery and awe: we have music and art and literature, and find that the serious ethical dilemmas are better handled by Shakespeare and Tolstoy and Schiller and Dostoyevsky and George Eliot than in the mythical morality tales of the holy books. Literature, not scripture, sustains the mind and—since there is no other metaphor—also the soul...

...Sacrifices and ceremonies are abhorrent to us, as are relics and the worship of any images or objects (even including objects in the form of one of man's most useful innovations: the bound book). To us no spot on earth is or could be "holier" than another: to the ostentatious absurdity of the pilgrimage, or the plain horror of killing civilians in the name of some sacred wall or cave or shrine or rock, we can counterpose a leisurely or urgent walk from one side of the library or the gallery to another, or to lunch with an agreeable friend, in pursuit of truth or beauty.



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I Didn't Heart Huckabees

So this clip of overrated director David O. Russell losing his cool(and not just a little) with Lily Tomlin is very amusing. Wasn't the movie about something to do with finding inner peace or...what? Ah well.
 
 
"Maxwell Housewife"

Possibly among the two or three most revolting TV ad campaigns ever. (there are at least two more of these I've seen, but haven't found them yet)

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  Sealab 2021: "Red Dawn"



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25 April 2007
  "Challenge of the Super-Duper Friends"

The best bit is Karl Rove as the Joker.

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Public Image Limited: "Annalisa"

My favorite song of theirs. Tried to find one with the original lineup but this is, I think, good enough. Here, by the way, is the real, and terrifying, story behind the song. (You're familiar with it if you've heard of The Exorcism of Emily Rose)

Think I’m proud to be your enemy
Take your hands off of me
You’re worse than the thing that possessed me
They way they were
The way they should have been
Annalisa

Annalisa was 15 years
Stole her soul
But I hear no tears
Ever been alone
And heard the voice
Not your own
I’ve seen those fears
Annalisa

Somehow you used ignorance for sense
Melodrama in your eyes
All concern rests with the dead
Annalisa

Annalisa had no escape
Starved to death in a waiting room
Cheap concern and rosary beads
Did not solve screaming needs
Annalisa

Also happened to come across this very interesting info about the album it's from, First Issue.

In March 2005, Q magazine placed the song "Public Image" at number 45 in its list of the 100 Greatest Guitar Tracks. In this article, it was also claimed that the album had been used by psychiatrists in the treatment of depressive patients to show them that they were not alone.


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  Bauhaus: "Kick In The Eye"



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24 April 2007
 
House Resolution 333: The Impeachment of Cheney

Yes, yes, yes! Well, sort of. It's a step in the right direction but let's not hold our breath.

Dennis Kucinich has followed through on his statements the other day and announced impeachment charges against the de facto president, Dick Cheney.
The Ohio Congressman, who is running for president for the second time, noted three charges in his Articles of Impeachment, which were submitted as House Resolution 333. The first concerned manipulation of intelligence about Iraq's threat to the US. The second concerned manipulation of intelligence on the Iraq-Al-Qaida relationship. The last concerned what he called having "openly threatened aggression against the Republic of Iran."
I can see the first and second sticking, most likely the first. However, in lieu of an actual war against Iran, the last one seems an unlikely gilding of the lily. Just the same, I wish him the best of luck, and I have a hard time seeing too many congressmen going out of their way for a (ostensible) vice president and the most unpopular man in America. Indeed, blaming it all on Cheney might be the GOP's only way out in 2008.

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Lies, Damned Lies and the Bush Administration

Today there were hearings not only about the Army's coverup of the real reason for Pat Tillman's death--so that they could exploit it for recruitment purposes--but such matters as what really happened to Jessica Lynch. Let's let her tell you:


Summary here, full video here.

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  "Spiders On Drugs"

By way of Andrew Sullivan, a short, but informative, documentary with a lesson for us all. So saith the spider.

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23 April 2007
  Rutland Weekend Television

Eric Idle & Neil Innes' post-Monty Python show.

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  "15 Things Kurt Vonnegut Said Better Than Anyone Else Ever Has or Will"

At the Onion A.V. Club.

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  Lots of Bowie

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  Queen: "Bicycle Race"

The original uncensored video for the song.


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  Ed Wood's "Glen Or Glenda?"

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22 April 2007
  Peter Murphy Does Pere Ubu

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  Cook & Moore Interviewed

Different Moore this time, but still British.



And a little something extra.

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  Neil Innes: "Slaves of Freedom"

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  Pull the Wool Over Your Own Eyes!




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  Alan Moore Interviewed

Yet again. This time in 1987, for what appears to be a kid's show.

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Uh...

Today, the Stupid Comics page has a particularly disturbing comics ad for a mail-order taxidermy school. Apparently, once upon a time, they would teach you to make things like this:

Gyuhh.


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21 April 2007
  Colbert Vs. Penn

Absolutely beautiful.

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"This Sickness" Passes 100,000 Pageviews!

100,115 at this writing, to be exact. Thank you, all you disgusting, irredeemable perverts! October Surprise is still going, by the way, so if you're over 18, drop by.

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  My Story (Sans Title) At Helium.com

"The Upside-Down Castle," to be exact. Have a look.

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20 April 2007
 
Slightly Freaky Coincidence

The fact that I posted a video of "I Don't Like Mondays" at random last Saturday, I mean, in light of the events of Monday. That's kind of creepy.

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19 April 2007
  Don't Drag Brian Wilson Into This, You Bastard

John McCain in his continuing endeavors to make himself political poison in 2008.

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  NBC: The Snuff News Network

A week after rightfully firing Don Imus to appear socially responsible, NBC turns a little worm who murdered 32 innocent young people in cold blood into a celebrity, airing and making available the contents of the package of self-justifying, whiny and homicidal braggadocio that he sent them in the middle of the massacre. (No, I will not link to any of NBC's snuff-porn.)

Not that this isn't appropriate in a way. The state of our culture these days is that it's only the worst and most worthless people who become celebrities.

And of course this is exactly what he expected, and wanted, them to do--to make him famous, to make him immortal, because a piece of shit like him wasn't going to get that any other way.
More famous than any of those he killed. Do you remember any of the names of the victims of Klebold & Harris? Of course not. But I bet you recognize those names. No one but their friends and family will remember any of the names of the Virginia Tech victims, who might have gone on to accomplish something worthwhile, maybe even something that helped the world. Who knows?

We never will now. He killed them before they could be anything, and now he gets eternal fame as his reward, all because of NBC.
And the bloggers and other pundits, such as Michelle Malkin, who blame the victims for their deaths, for not being prepared enough, who attempt to see the murderer's side of this: they are the friends, enablers, and publicists of this piece of garbage. I wonder, had he not been absolutely sure they would air this, would he have committed the murders? Obviously his presentation, judging from the time and care he put into it, was a big part of this; in a way the murders were just the trailer.

Sympathy, I'm hearing them give him. Sympathy for how poor little Mr. Put-Upon felt alienated from the rich and privileged students. (Who, according to his presentation, he'd have done anything to be one of).


Listen. I was an alienated nerd in school, with few friends till I was just about ready to graduate from that shithole. And I carried resentment with me every day, that somewhere in the back of my mind will always be with me. Most of my school days I recall as endless torment, from age 8 onward. But I knew someday I'd be gone from there, and forget most of it. I knew the jocks, the preps, all those bastards would peak there, that they would recall these as the best days of their lives. I was saving mine for later.

And it never occurred to me, and still wouldn't if I were that age now, to attach myself to them for all eternity by killing them. I couldn't imagine anything more pathetic than to take the temporary crap of childhood that seriously. Someday, I felt, I would be famous for something I
accomplished, not for something like that. (I remember a time when I thought Heathers, a movie that had been directed at precisely my generation, was far-fetched; Lord, do I feel old) That was my revenge.

And I had no desire to be one of them, the preps, the jocks; my schoolmates, yes, were all much richer than myself. But I didn't envy them. I just found it irritating to be trapped in a schoolful of people I didn't care about one way or another. Graduation came, and I went, and that was that.

So I have no sympathy for this little wretch, who was just another guy with a tiny dick that thought guns would compensate. I don't care about his side of it. Instead, here are the names of the people who never hurt anyone that he intended to erase.

You'll notice I have not mentioned the little shit's name even once. Let his be forgotten, and let him burn in hell. Same goes for Brian Williams and anyone else at NBC who decided that this wasn't evidence, but rather a great way to goose ratings. I feel ashamed now to even watch Keith Olbermann. But then, they also let Rita Cosby air the BTK Killer's confession too. Maybe they should open a department that acts as a talent agency for mass murderers.

_ Ross Abdallah Alameddine, 20, sophomore from Saugus, Mass.

_ Christopher James Bishop, 35, according to Darmstadt University of Technology in Germany, where he helped run an exchange program.

_ Brian Roy Bluhm, 25, civil engineering graduate student from Stephens City, Va. He had previously lived in Iowa, Detroit and Louisville, Ky.

_ Ryan Christopher Clark, 22, of Martinez, Ga., senior majoring in psychology.

_ Austin Michelle Cloyd, sophomore international studies major and member of the honors program from Blacksburg, Va. Cloyd and her family previously lived in Champaign, Ill.

_ Jocelyne Couture-Nowak, French instructor, according to her husband, Jerzy Nowak, the head of the horticulture department at Virginia Tech.

_ Daniel Alejandro Perez Cueva, 21, of Peru, sophomore majoring in international studies. He also had lived in Woodbridge, Va.

_ Kevin Granata, engineering science and mechanics professor, according to Ishwar K. Puri, the head of the engineering science and mechanics department.

_ Matthew Gregory Gwaltney, 24, of Chester, Va., graduate student in civil and environmental engineering, according to his father and stepmother, Greg and Linda Gwaltney.

_ Caitlin Millar Hammaren, 19, sophomore majoring in international studies from Westtown, N.Y.

_ Jeremy Michael Herbstritt, 27, civil engineering graduate student from Bellefonte, Pa.

_ Rachael Hill, 18, of Glen Allen, Va., according to her father, Guy Hill.

_ Emily Jane Hilscher, 19-year-old freshman from Woodville, Va., majoring in animal and poultry sciences.

_ Jarrett Lee Lane, 22, senior majoring in civil engineering from Narrows, Va.

_ Matthew Joseph La Porte, 20, sophomore from Dumont, N.J.

_ Henry J. Lee, also known as Henh Ly, 20, first-year student majoring in computer engineering from Roanoke, Va. He had enough advanced-placement credits to be considered a sophomore by Virginia Tech.

_ Liviu Librescu, 76, engineering science and mechanics professor who joined the faculty in 1985. Originally from Romania and had also lived in Israel.

_ G.V. Loganathan, 51, civil and environmental engineering professor, according to his brother G.V. Palanivel.

_ Partahi Mamora Halomoan Lumbantoruan, 34, of Indonesia, civil engineering doctoral student.

_ Lauren Ashley McCain, 20, of Hampton, Va., freshman international studies major.

_ Daniel Patrick O'Neil, 22, of Lincoln, R.I., first-year graduate student in environmental engineering.

_ Juan Ramon Ortiz, 26, graduate student in civil engineering from Bayamon, Puerto Rico.

_ Minal Hiralal Panchal, 26, of Mumbai, India, graduate student in architecture.

_ Erin Peterson, 18, of Chantilly, Va., an international studies major, according to her father, Grafton Peterson.

_ Michael Steven Pohle Jr., 23, of Flemington, N.J., senior majoring in biology.

_ Julia Kathleen Pryde, 23, graduate student in biological systems engineering from Middletown, N.J.

_ Mary Karen Read, 19, freshman from Annandale, Va.

_ Reema Joseph Samaha, 18, freshman from Centreville, Va.

_ Waleed Mohammed Shaalan, 32, of Zagazig, Egypt, doctoral student in civil engineering.

_ Leslie Sherman, sophomore history and international studies student from Springfield, Va., according to her grandmother Gerry Adams.

_ Maxine Turner, 22, senior majoring in chemical engineering from Vienna, Va., according to her father, Paul Turner.

_ Nicole White, 20, junior majoring in international studies from Smithfield, Va., according to a family statement released by the Suffolk, Va., Police Department.

Incidentally, if NBC is so willing to do this in the name of the public's right to know, then tell me why they haven't shown us more of what's really going on in Iraq? Or more succinctly, let's let Ted Rall have his say on it(click to enlarge):

 
18 April 2007
  This Is The Voice of an Asshole

Fox Noise spits on the memory of Kurt Vonnegut Jr.

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Finally, Articles of Impeachment

...are to be filed this week by Dennis Kucinich, the specific charges being confidential until they are introduced in the House.

But they aren't against Bush. They're against Cheney. To everyone's great surprise, Cheney doesn't even have a "go fuck yourself" as a comment.

Why do I doubt that anyone will lift a finger to help Cheney, especially as this would finally give the RNC a chance to get someone in the VP slot who might stand a snowball's chance in hell of sicceeding Bush, as opposed to the pathetic crop of candidates that are lined up, or Cheney, who has no intention(thank god) of running?

Why do I think that Cheney will pre-empt all this by resigning for health reasons? Actually, I douubt that. He's had the perfect out all along, but he doesn't seem to want to use it. After all, being president, which he is, has its perks. All the money he's been making for Halliburton, for instance. He hasn't squeezed the country completely dry yet.

So his career ends in disgrace. Good.

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17 April 2007
  Keep The Home Fires Burning, Indeed

By way of the General, a message of peace for us all.

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What Law the White House Violated

Among others, anyway. In this case we're talking about the 5 million missing e-mails. Which still exist somewhere even if the White House took every one of their PCs and servers and torched them in a blaze of holy, cleansing fire. (the Republicans: historically, not too good on the understanding of communications technology).

It's called the Hatch Act.

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  Nine Inch Nails: "Survivalism"



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14 April 2007
  Greatest Song Ever

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13 April 2007
 
Ha!

Men look at the faces in nude photos of women first and women the bodies.

Not surprising. The first thing I see women say to such photos is, "Oh my god, those tits aren't real."

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  "XXIV"

What if Imperial Rome had the Fox network?

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12 April 2007
  Johnny Cash's Home Burns

A sad shame, made even more so by
this article's tasteless title.


The kind of home I've dreamt of
living in my entire life.


Though Barry Gibb, who bought it, will no doubt be getting a lovely insurance payoff.


Here's what it used to look like inside. You may recall the video. I looked at it for the first time in over a year, for no particular reason, just last Saturday. Odd coincidence.

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  What Part of "They Like Money" Don't You Understand

Dennis Kucinich wants to know why gas prices will soon be $4 a gallon. Well, besides that we're about to hit the peak driving season, we're also past peak oil, and the companies, being greedy bastards, want to make as much as they can before it's gone. You do the math. How is that difficult to understand?

Apart from its ripple effect on the economy, I have no problem with oil being expensive. Maybe proper hybrid cars will result when enough people get sick of how much less this will force them to drive, and maybe the tiny-dicked will finally trade in the SUVs that have ruined the auto industry and thousands of working-class jobs with it.

Yeah, right. What will happen is that we will continue to abuse everything until we hit the wall, and then will whine that we didn't see it coming.


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  Wait For The Helicopters On Roofs

The way it ended last time we had
been this stupid this long.


Only a few days after John McCain(whose presidential chances are now toast, and I'm not sad to see the spineless, opportunistic, unprincipled fork-tongued hypocrite humiliated, and so very quickly) pronounces the Green Zone in Baghdad safe, Parliament, in the heart of said zone, is savagely bombed, killing, at this writing, three MPs. And this suicide bomber would have had to pass through many, many checkpoints.



If anything proves that not only are we losing Iraq, we can't even defend the ground we hold, this is it. And as long as we remain, more lives, Iraqi and American, will be simply wasted, just so Bush can maintain a pointless foothold near Iran.

And in the end we'll have to leave anyway. The only difference between doing it now and doing it later is the number of deaths.


Had enough?

Another comparison:

Then.

Now.


Imagine this was your daughter.

This is you doing this. And me. And all of us. And this is all that we are definitely accomplishing.

How will we ever atone for what we let happen?

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  Al Columbia Interviewed

The elusive genius interviewed at Inkstuds.

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11 April 2007
  Kurt Vonnegut R.I.P

And so it goes.

Possibly the most important writer I ever read, at least when I was 14, has died today, and will be sorely missed. In tribute, here's a documentary about him for you.






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Tony Blair Decides To Go Out As Badly As He Can

By making moronic, graceless and racist statements about crime. Or, as Labour will take years to wash his stink of failure out, is he bucking for a position at the BNP? Or perhaps he wants to become the new Enoch Powell. I'm picturing skinhead football hooligans going about wearing "Tony Was Right" buttons.

I wonder what his answer would have been regarding crime in Manchester during the "Madchester" period, which was white drug dealers doing drive-by shootings on, sometimes, of all things, bicycles. Is there something about white Manchester culture that caused this? I bet he wouldn't have said that. (although I do recall that rave culture was blamed, but not because it was white)

In any event, this will probably give Labour the excuse it's been gagging for to get rid of him early. Blair is smart enough to know this. Does he? It's just proof again that nobody should stay PM that long. (and all this in the wake of the firing of Don Imus, which made me cry not one tear; I never could even understand his appeal, or who his audience was--like Howard Stern as imitated by your dad).

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10 April 2007
 
Beer & Meat

A blog where you can see the thoughts of such comics luminaries as Stuart Moore, Tom Peyer, Lauren Walker, and my friend Jamie Delano. Check it out.

Also, I just found out that Steve Gerber, the first comics writer to successfully warp my young mind, has a blog too.

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Wacky Packages

My favorite thing when I was a kid(and art spiegelman actually designed many of these), all indexed here. The ancient trunk I store most of my artwork in is still covered in these stickers.

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  You Keep Doing That, Your Face Will Freeze That Way

Dermatologists everywhere suddenly have their guts knot at the news that most viewers-and, more to the point, TV executives--are as sickened and put off by the mannequin faces of Botoxed actors as I always have been, and are starting to ban it. Because to act, you kind of need to be able to move your face. (Remember when Nicole Kidman didn't look like a Vulcan?)

Oh, and this too:
The industry's real problem is with scars and other visible signs of cosmetic procedures, which are being exposed by big screens and high-definition TV.
And to think, the actors were trying to compensate for the coming high-def wrinkles.

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But there is no escape. Try yoga instead. Keep your real faces. It didn't do Helen Mirren any harm.

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  Demotivate

With what? With this. Here's the one I made.

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05 April 2007
  Kermit Does "Hurt"


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04 April 2007
  Hey, Did It Sound Hard To Believe?

Keith Richards was joking.

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03 April 2007
  I Didn't Think It Was Possible For Him To Be More Disgusting

But Keith Richards pulls it off anyway.

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Britain's U2 Incident

No, not Bono having been knighted last week. I'm referring to the confession of all the UK hostages in Iran. Which would certainly weaken any possible case for war based on their capture. And maybe their capture was the entire point; maybe Blair and Bush were trying to manufacture a Maine situation. Or a Gulf of Tonkin. They may have been hoping the sailors would be killed.

Instead we have 15 clones of Francis Gary Powers.

So many historical parallels. None of them flattering.

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