Out of the Blue

Hey look at that... the Fourth of July weekend is upon us. We'll be attending a cookout tomorrow, though I'm not sure what our plans for the actual fourth are. Anyway, for those here in the U.S., please be careful on those crazy roads, and if you are playing with fireworks, please explode things responsibly.

Speaking of road safety, I had a fawn try to kill itself by jumping out in front of my truck at the very last second last night. Luckily for the suicidal beastie the road was completely empty, allowing me to swerve and miss it... I swear I heard a tiny thump of its tail nicking a headlight during the narrow escape. Definitely an adrenaline rush... probably even more so for the little deer.

R.I.P.: Marlon Brando Dead at 80.

Link of the Day: Homegrown PVC flamethrower. Thanks devicer.
Stories of the Day: Man Tries to Get Rid of Million Pennies. Thanks Stormbringer.
Star Trek Scotty Has Alzheimer's. Thanks Lost Dragon.
'Ghost Bikes' Warns of Bicycling Hazards.
Science!: When giant hippos roamed Britain.
Hubble discovers 100 new planets.
An Engine That Could? This One Took 526 Years to Move (registration required).
Media of the Day: Beyond Divinity Plowking. Thanks Frans.
Follow-ups: Saturn's Rings Are Still a 'Very Strange Wonder' and a Source of Surprises (registration required).
616,000 signatures carried to Saturn by Cassini. Why? Who knows.
Stern returns to Pittsburgh radio. Thanks ASLayerAODsk.
Thanks Mike Martinez
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"Hindsight is always 20/20. Most political activists don't understand this concept."

More bullshit. How many times do people have to read this kind of nonsense before they wake up? Let's see - the Bush administration was warned by people in the CIA, the State Department, UN inspectors and individuals in other governments that there was no evidence Hussein was either working with Al Qaida or possessed weapons of mass destruction. Bush ignored all this advice and sought only that which supported his desire for war.
As for the Reagan administration, it KNEW its allies in countries like El Salvador and Guatemala were murdering hundreds of thousands of innocent civilians - and it worked hard to COVER UP that knowledge, so American aid - and the killings - could continue.
Mass murder is mass murder, whether committed in the name of anti-communism, or Christianity, or Islam or anything else. There is no excuse for it.

So drop this "hindsight" bullshit. It isn't hindsight if you knew about it AT THE TIME. Jesus fucking Christ - how clueless can you guys be?


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