November 02, 2005

Daily Thoughts

After listening to the news while working today I have some thoughts.

1. Nuke Iran now, get it over with as it won't be any easier in the future.

2. Find who leaked the intel about the secret prisons and eliminate them, asshats who leak black ops info are traitors and need to go bye bye .

3. Washington (Rep & Dem alike) STFU and do your job. Which by the way does not include acting like a bunch of spoiled brats.

4. India, how about that water supply? I think if I open a water desalinization facility now, in about ten years I'll be a very rich man.

5. Someone has got to share the secret with Barbara Boxer that less (makeup) is more, holy crap I thought that was Tammy Faye Baker when I glanced up to the screen.

6. Last but not least, Hey France, do you need us to send over the L.A.P.D. to put the smack down on that uprising?

Posted by Muddy at November 2, 2005 04:18 PM



Comments

I m sure you'll be pleased to learn that France has admitted that its armed forces have fired with no reason on innocent people in ivory coast and killed without due process an ivory militant.

Contrary to the United states generals have been blamed for that. Not only the local soldiers.

As far as the uprising goes. Well seems the right wing leaders are too busy fighting one another to put a strong fore front.
One insults those who put cars in fire and generate more anger. (Sarkozy)
The others blame him for that, so that those who destroy cars think they are justified in their protest...


If there one thing we learned from the USA it is that repression is useless. the US have many more prisons and prisonners per habitant than europe, and yet more crimes are committed there.
So we better focus on reducing economic inequalities through government intervention, taxation and redistribution.
On the short term of course repression is needed and underway but just looking at the horrendous result of 20 years of repression in the USA, we know where not to go.

Posted by: DF at November 3, 2005 01:15 PM

I hope the US will sentence dich cheney to years of prison for allowing torture in afgahnhistan and iraq.

This new secret prison stuff makes clear that Bush's objective has never been to fight to terrorism but to foster it by making the USA look like a terrorist country.

Who still loves USA now ? Who supports torture, secret prisons ? Who still thinks the USA are a democracy ?
The rich own your country and they want protection from the poors at the borders. End of story.
Nothing glorious in there, just paranoia of greedy
drug addicted people.

I hope Poland will closed its secret prison or get banned of europe.

I wonder how the US would react if France was to set up in Louisiana a secret prison in order to be able to torture at will and never release suspected but untried and therefore presumed innocent terrorists ...

Poland seems to be happy to be a garbage for the US spoiled brats.

Posted by: DF at November 4, 2005 02:33 AM

Seems poland does not hide any secret prison. It may have been false accusations.
It's a shame for the USA to ask other countries to do their dirty work.

Posted by: DF at November 5, 2005 07:44 AM

I cant belive im agreeing with Muddy on this, but get with it already France. 10 days? Is it that hard to get enough police on the streets? I dont know what the ROE of the french police is, but one would think you could do SOMETHING about this.

This is getting to the point where France is looking really inept. Why isnt the Foriegn Legion brought in? Im not saying they have to start shooting people-- yet, but if you bring Enough of a presence and start shooting people with rubber bullets and tear gas, declare a Curefew and arrest anyone who is out on the streets, it will be over within a day.

They have let this get drawn out and put people in danger. If anything, theyre may be more of a back lash and youll have viggelatne groups start going out and trying to stop things, which will make things 10x worst. They need to get this over with before monday, or things will just get Worst when Nazi groups start going out and really "inflaming" the situation.

Posted by: mooseboy84 at November 5, 2005 11:07 PM

OMG....Mooseboy agreeing with my husband?!

"but if you bring Enough of a presence and start shooting people with rubber bullets and tear gas, declare a Curefew and arrest anyone who is out on the streets, it will be over within a day."

ME agreeing with Mooseboy?! This has been a most unusual day. I'm going to go lay down now.

Posted by: mrs. muddy at November 6, 2005 12:19 AM

The reason France allows things like this (and the reason we allowed it in NOLA) is really simple: no balls.

Posted by: skywalker at November 6, 2005 08:11 AM

Ahhhh yes....if only everyone had some balls.

Posted by: mrs. muddy at November 6, 2005 08:59 AM

No, that would be bad.

I like the "Team America: World Police" explanation of the 3 types of peopleas it pertains to this matter.

Now France is finding bomb factories, which to me indicate that the violence is in some way planned.

Posted by: skywalker at November 6, 2005 10:54 AM

Oh and btw DF, most people in our prisons are drug offenders. So maybe the real lesson is that drug laws are useless.

I believe the phrase is "think outside the box."

Posted by: skywalker at November 6, 2005 11:01 AM

"No, that would be bad."

I said "if only everyone had some balls."... I did not say they needed to be biologically attached nor did I say exactly what *some* people would be doing with them. Never mind though, It was a bad joke. Expecially since I wrote it the very first thing this morning.

"most people in our prisons are drug offenders. So maybe the real lesson is that drug laws are useless."

I don't think anyone in any kind of real power is going to realize that anytime soon so I guess we'll continue to build even more prisons for them.

Posted by: mrs. muddy at November 6, 2005 02:37 PM

I'm convinced that DF is living in a France in a different dimension with simultaneous world events and has managed to find a wormhole on the internet.

Posted by: skywalker at November 6, 2005 06:05 PM

LOL!!!

It took you all this time to figure this out?! Naaaa...you're smarter than that. You were just being polite all this time now, weren't you?:-)

Actually, I'm convinced he's living in a WORLD of a different dimention.....Damn doesn't THAT sound like "Sliders".

Posted by: mrs. muddy at November 6, 2005 06:40 PM

So far ten days of rebellion in french guettos have resulted in 5000 cars burned, but only one death.

There's 7 people killed each day in the sole city of washington.

That's because we have tough weapon laws.
And we have no advice to receive from the US on this subject.
Can you recall the mess in Los Angeles in 1992 ?

If you can't here it is :
http://www.usc.edu/isd/archives/la/la_riot.html
On Monday, May 4, schools and businesses reopened and life returned to some semblance of normality. The toll from the worst civil unrest LA had experienced since 1965 was devastating: more than 50 killed, over 4 thousand injured, 12,000 people arrested, and $1 billion in property damage.


So far, France is doing better. However It clearly is not doing good. Riots are always hard to manage, but our government seems to lack a united direction.

The government is clearly hesitating about what it should do. Most of the offenders are under 18, often under 16. They can not be sentenced to prison.

Whereto now ? May be the government will bring the army and a curfew.

I personnaly think a curfew would be good and disapprove of the army. However many fear a curfew would make things worse, others back the army.

I think part of the reason of the mess is that Chirac (French right wing president) and his allies are doing all their best to discredit Sarkozy (french right wing interior security minister). They're too busy fighting at one another to really work hand in hand.

I would add that the present government has little power or will to solve most of the root causes of the mess :
- there are 3 millions unemployed in France (10%) and the government has no clue about what to do about it.
- In France police can check the identity papers at any time of the day, and most of the time, they check those of people with non white color. All french politicians support giving Police this power.

- there are probably a million people without any identity paper in France, not supposed to be there, hard to catch, hiding and working illegally since they can't get a legal job, and hiding from the police (who keeps looking for them and harrassing those who have papers but the same "wrong" color).
The present government seems unlikely to act like bush and give these people a legal status.

So the mess goes on.

The goverment doesn't want to act tough and give victory to sarkozy and they have no political solution to the situation at large...

By the way, I leave in the real world, you are the aliens from a weird inverted dimmension : You know that place with WMD all over iraq and earth created by God in 7 days.

Posted by: DF at November 7, 2005 08:37 AM

By the way, last time I checked there was about 10 millions dollars in damage.
Keep on counting though. I'm not saying France will not reach the 1992 los angeles level, I'm just saying it is far from it right now.
Humility is always a good idea before giving advice.
By the way in France most of the prisonners also are drug related, and I also back legalisation of marijuana. We also agree on some stuff, though you tend to forget it. (I'm pro linux too for instance, against big corporations.

One last thing, some guy wrote a book and started a website about smart mobs.
I think we are seeing one of their first application in France now.
http://www.smartmobs.com/

May be the government should stop all mobile phones use in those regions (by cutting the relays) and it would help solve the problem.

Posted by: DF at November 7, 2005 08:49 AM

France is looking really incompetent. You cant compare the Riots in La to the ones in France. France is about 10x worst.

The LA riot was pretty much for 2 days at the most, and Most of it was centralised in one small district of a few blocks in LA. I heard that 800 cars Alone were burned last night in Paris. This is totally out of control. You need to bring IN UN troops at this point. Hell, let the Bundeswher, even Shock Troops at this point.

This is beyond "muslim outrage." This is just lots of hoodlums running the streets at this point. This needs to stamped out.

Posted by: mooseboy84 at November 7, 2005 02:10 PM

lol. who's using mooseboy as a fake ...

LA's stats are there : 50 dead people, 4 thousand injured, 12,000 people arrested, and $1 billion in property damage.

So far in France we have 1 dead, unknown number of injured, around 1000 arrested , and 15 million in property damage.

Violence is spread in many towns, but since people have few guns and dare not use them, damage is "limited".

You can say that the situation is 10 times worse in France, but please tell me what makes you judge so.

Posted by: DF at November 7, 2005 04:57 PM

I figured it out, France's riot problems have a root cause.


Socializm.


When you create a gimmie, gimmie, gimmie society (as we are also creating in the U.S.) when big brother stops giving the people revolt.

If the world would realize socializm is a slow way to die then this sort of thing would be a non-issue.

Posted by: Muddy at November 7, 2005 11:10 PM

Capitalism

Posted by: DF at November 8, 2005 03:00 AM

and debt

Posted by: DF2 at November 8, 2005 03:00 AM

are as a sure way to destruction

Posted by: DF at November 8, 2005 03:01 AM

than s o c i a l i s m and subsidies.



The basic idea is if you expect a free meal forever, then you're life expectancy is short.

If you think the USA are in a better shape now than UdSSR in 1988, then you are utterly wrong.

By the way, the curfew is on now.

And as a further explanation of why the army has not been brought in, please rememeber that contrary to Los angeles or New orleans, so far (so far) not a single store has been looted.

Those teenagers burn cars and public transportation and public schools in the "ghetto" areas.


So for most of the white middle class population : no impact at all so far.

Posted by: DF at November 8, 2005 03:02 AM

lol. Seems you barred the use of the word "socia lism"

Posted by: df at November 8, 2005 03:04 AM

The riots in LA ended when the Postmaster General ordered mail not be delivered until they subsided: they couldn't get their AFDC and Social Security check anymore. And yes, I'm serious as a heart attack.

Yo DF, mass bombing, arson and destruction are a good enough reason to start shooting people. They are endangering lives and further hurting your economy.

DF, social-ism can not be solvent in the long term. It's a nice fun idea, but never works. Neither would the anarchal capitalism you describe in Africa and other 3rd world countries. There is a happy medium (which the US does not currently have IMO.) You can not have the majority living off the backs of the few. It is not possible in the long term. There will always be a revolt. And as muddy said, we have a revolt on the other way when the government tries to stop (although, that's not the biggest problem in France. Go look at what neighborhoods are being torched. They've been finding bomb factories and molotov cocktail factories. Tell me what that sounds like to you.)

In LA the rioting was localized to majority black areas of LA. They trashed their own neighborhoods, stole from their own neighbors. the $1billion includes stolen items. 12000 arrests, like that's a BAD thing. 4000 injured, many from trying to resist arrest, car accidents or city services people trying to help people.

50 dead, due to car accidents, fires, very few homocides.

France is LUCKY that they have not had that many deaths so far. Wake the heck up man, you've been lucky.

Posted by: skywalker at November 8, 2005 07:39 AM

The riots in LA ended when the Postmaster General ordered mail not be delivered until they subsided: they couldn't get their AFDC and Social Security check anymore. And yes, I'm serious as a heart attack.

Yo DF, mass bombing, arson and destruction are a good enough reason to start shooting people. They are endangering lives and further hurting your economy.

DF, social-ism can not be solvent in the long term. It's a nice fun idea, but never works. Neither would the anarchal capitalism you describe in Africa and other 3rd world countries. There is a happy medium (which the US does not currently have IMO.) You can not have the majority living off the backs of the few. It is not possible in the long term. There will always be a revolt. And as muddy said, we have a revolt on the other way when the government tries to stop (although, that's not the biggest problem in France. Go look at what neighborhoods are being torched. They've been finding bomb factories and molotov cocktail factories. Tell me what that sounds like to you.)

In LA the rioting was localized to majority black areas of LA. They trashed their own neighborhoods, stole from their own neighbors. the $1billion includes stolen items. 12000 arrests, like that's a BAD thing. 4000 injured, many from trying to resist arrest, car accidents or city services people trying to help people.

50 dead, due to car accidents, fires, very few homocides.

France is LUCKY that they have not had that many deaths so far. Wake the heck up man, you've been lucky.

Posted by: skywalker at November 8, 2005 08:34 AM

I don't know about the luck part. 2 weeks ago you know nobody would have dared imaginge that it would happen in such a way.

I think the fact that those are unarmed teenagers matters. Alas it may not last. But at least we have tough laws ensuring that police has a huge edge over others.

"bomb factories and molotov cocktail factories."

Lol. I've seen the images about the molotov cocktails. You can see about 20 of them fabricated.
Well you know, that's the basic, molotov cocktails have been used in virtually all manifestations in France from ??? i don't know. Probably as old as the molotov cocktail at least.
SO it's no big deal.
THe bomb "factory" is more intriguing and frightening. I d like to know more abotu it.

I ve not heard of mass bombing. What i see is stupid teenagers with no parents in charge trying to revenge on police in a tit for tat war, and self inflicting wounds to their neighbourhood, their schools, buses, and even their cars...
I'm not sure shooting them (with hard bullets) would solve the problem, they're would be more angry parents brothers cousins etc. than eliminated dangerous youths...

Unless you define with more precision social ism it's hard to assess wether it never works or not.
Are France, Germany, Sweden, Netherlands, Swiss, japan, socia list countries ?

Do you think a minority can live of the back of the majority for a long time ?

12000 arrests is a bad thing if those 12000 cost more in prison than they did in social security checks (and I'm assuming that none of them worked).

etc.

lol.


Posted by: DF at November 8, 2005 01:47 PM

I just heard there's going to be a trial by a US citizen who wishes that the sentence "in god we trust" be suppressed from the dollar bills !


Lol ! Great. The US may finally become a civilised country.

I always wondered why christians allowed such a sentence to be on bills anyway. In the bibble Christ made it clear that being rich and wanting to be rich was a sin. He made it clear that money bills were related to political power, not to God and that religion had nothing to do with politics.
Give to cesar what belongs to him and to God what belongs to It. Or sth like that.

Posted by: DF at November 15, 2005 03:52 AM

some liberal news about US citizens finally getting it about Iraq.

http://www.boston.com/news/nation/washington/articles/2005/11/15/behind_the_topsy_turvy_turn_in_bushs_iraq_poll_numbers/

Posted by: DF at November 15, 2005 03:59 AM

The Bible never says you can not be rich, it only warns that being rich makes it easier to forget God. Or in your case being "enlightened" makes it easier to suppress your natural belief in God.

If you really are liberal and atheist then you would believe that life means nothing and that we all have no purpose. You CANNOT claim that we have a purpose and that we are all special and belive that we crawled out of some ocean millions of years ago. That is an oxymoron.

Only people who belive that we were created by a higher power can say that we have a purpose.

If you really ARE honest, and really do believe that you evolved then go out and kill someone, it does not matter as you have no reason for being here and neither do they, you evolved.

It's really funny how delusional people like you claim how enlightened you are yet you are pulling the biggest scam on yourself. Humans know deep inside their being that they were created by something. Some of us have discovered who that is, some of not, and some have chosen to suppress that and believe the greatest lie.

The Bible is a guide that God gave man, now because man wrote it down, and man passed it on for generations that in NO way means it's 100% accurate to this day. Just look at what the Catholic church did to it a few hundred years ago. How many books were removed and how many words were changed?? Too many.

The basic core that God created us, loves us and sent his son to die for us remains unchanged however and that is what we all need to grasp. After that it's up to the individual to go to God and find out how they should live and what to do with their lives.

You really need to pull down your barriers once in a while bro, it's refreshing what you will see when you take a honest look.

I'll leave you one thing to consider, Jesus said the only way to heaven was through him. (by believing he died for your sins and accepting his sacrifice on the cross, his being raised from the dead) and ALL and I mean ALL other faiths are works based. Every one else says you get to heaven by being "good", If it was that hard I'd never get in.

:-)

Posted by: Muddy at November 15, 2005 09:39 AM

I have no settled sentiment on the form God takes. However you please note that Buddhist for instance have a clear purpose sentiment and no specific higher being.
I like better the soul evolving out of life, just like life evolved out of matter and evolution being our purpose.
I like also the idea that sould somewhere where lonely and created matter to have fun.
ANy way no need for a specific god and on overarching one.
And as an atheist, even though the human specy may serve no purpoues, we as indiduals can have one. And the moral obligations can be founded on reason, See Kant and the following.

Christian faith is also works based. Love is work in a way. May be even especially in Jesus's way, love is working your spontaneous desire and hate feelings and overriding them with love.
If you follow René Girard, and I really like his works, jesus died on the cross so we would realise that our societies have been based so far on the scate goaping of some minorities or individuals (for the US case, communists, muslims). He made sure that we understood that those who unite against them 100% of the population have a very strong chance of being innocent from what they acccused. He made sure that we understood that it is wrong to desire what others desire and we must find our own specific path through love and the ending of the cycle of violence.
Stuff like that.
you should read it
http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/tg/detail/-/0801839173/002-7203508-8907200?v=glance

And for the rich thing reread the bible.

Christ issued this warning to His 12 disciples: "Woe to you who are rich, for you have already received your comfort." When a rich young man came to Jesus and asked what thing he must do to receive eternal life, Jesus told him that he must sell his possessions and give to the poor. But the young man was unwilling to part with his great wealth. Christ then declared: "It is easier for a camel to go through the eye of the needle than for a rich man to enter the kingdom of God."
When Jesus delivered His most famous mountainside sermon, He warned that we ought not to store up for ourselves treasures on earth. "No one can serve two masters," He said. "You cannot serve both God and Mammon." In the parable of the sower, Jesus said the seed that fell among thorns stood for those who hear God's word but are choked by life's worries, riches and pleasures. Saint Paul tells us that people who want to get rich fall into temptation and a trap that plunges men into "ruin and destruction." All of which led G.K. Chesterton to write: "There is one thing that Christ and all the Christian saints have said with a sort of savage monotony. They have said simply that to be rich is to be in peculiar danger of moral wreck."

Phrased otherwise, there is every chance that the richer the country, the farthest it is from the Chrisian God's eye.

Or if you disregard the notion of a christian god and believe Jesus was mainly making common sense moral and spiritual points : want of riches is want of being above others. Wisdom is acting so you be yourself and in harmony with others.
It's easy to see that the US richest people and the USA as a whole have turned fearful barricated behind barreers because they fear for their riches. I don't blame you especially France follows the path (and it along with europe led it for a while in the past).
You can't welcome God's word being fearful.

Posted by: DF at November 16, 2005 12:45 AM

I just heard they burned they ran out of cars to burn in France, and started burning bicycles and scooters.

Posted by: mooseboy84 at November 17, 2005 10:48 PM

Lol.
Indeed. They burned 20 million cars and also destroyed the water transportation and electrical system (they've used suicidal attacks burning themselves in power station). And now I walk to get water and make fire with wood.

But the prime minister thanked them because he said that with their help France may be able to meet the kyoto protocol.

First I was afraid, but now i understand everything is ok.

Posted by: DF at November 18, 2005 04:56 AM

I really hope that was sarcasm DF, really.

Posted by: Muddy at November 18, 2005 12:28 PM

Yeah it was. Wonder who's pretending to be mooseboy.
fyi 9000 cars burned is the final countdown.
1 death. Several hundreds injured. And about 2500 arrests.


Posted by: DF at November 19, 2005 09:03 AM

No one is pretending to be me. I ruined a good joke by not proof reading, lol.

Only 9,000 cars? LOL


They say on "average" France has 100 or so car burnings everyday, and that is without riots. Now the thing is, im not sure if this is Paris alone, or the entire country of France. I guess 100 for an entire country isnt so bad, but that is quite a few. I guess there is at least 1 goodo bennifet of france not allowing people own guns, if they did the Rioters would have taken over france by now, LOL.


Posted by: mooseboy84 at November 19, 2005 11:01 AM

"I guess there is at least 1 goodo bennifet of france not allowing people own guns, if they did the Rioters would have taken over france by now, LOL."

The bad part about france not allowing people to own guns (if that's acurate - personally, I don't care one way or the other if it is...) is that they weren't able to do much in protecting their property from being destroyed.


Posted by: mrs. muddy at November 19, 2005 11:44 AM

Last I heard, the firemen responding to the fire were being shot at and refusing to leave the station without police escorts.

Posted by: skywalker at November 19, 2005 10:09 PM

so much for the anti-gun boneheads.

Posted by: Muddy at November 19, 2005 11:08 PM

"...the firemen responding to the fire were being shot at and refusing to leave the station without police escorts."

Well now - *there's* a city I'd feel safe to live in.

Posted by: mrs. muddy at November 19, 2005 11:28 PM

There's been some shooting policemen and firemen. Most of them with hunt guns and some other guns I Can't translate. Pistolet a grenaille.

THe result of the no gun policy is that there is 1 dead only, an elderly killed by a hit in the face by the way.

Once people start using their guns to defend their property they shoot without warning and create more trouble. The family of the shooted shoots back. And here we go for mayhem.

Of course Criminals have guns. Gun laws were never made to prevent criminals from getting guns. Just like anti heroin laws were never made to prevent criminals to have heroin. Criminals always get through. The idea is to prevent the usual guy for getting hard drugs or buying a gun in the supermarket. So long as only a minority has guns and hard drugs, the police and the people are happy has law and order is easy to enforce.

So what we've had is a confrontation between a few thousands youths and police. No inexperienced people have been using guns and created mayhem in the middle.
On top of that only some within the youth were criminals involved in all criminal activities you can find, those ones had guns.
But most of the youngsters angry at police had not. Finally even when they had few have dared shoot at people (police and firemen) because it's not such a usual thing as in the USA and people get tougher sentences for it.

End of story is around 15 nights of violence in France have lead to far less damage than 2 nights and one day of rioting in LA.

100 cars burned each night is for entire France.
Check out the US figures they must be around the same number. Usually crime figures in the USA are higher than in France, but there can be variation for the different crimes. (every body knows the USA have very high gun related kills for instance)
Here you can have some US crime statistics
http://www.disastercenter.com/crime/uscrime.htm
there's no specific category for burned cars.
But you can read 1,15 million cars stolen each year, makes around 3 thousands stolen a day.
If the rate of car burned in the USA is the same and the us population is rounded at 300 millions there would be 500 burned cars each day in the USA and around 200.000 a year (yeah I know my years have 400 days, it's easier for rough maths).
You can compare crime rates here, read the disclaimer it's not sure the info means something ...
but you know, people like to compare.
http://www.nationmaster.com/graph-T/cri_ass&int=-1

Posted by: DF at November 20, 2005 02:45 AM

I'm not sure about the "tougher sentence" thing.
I think it's not even a question of sentencing. It's more a moral and a habit thing. Shooting a gun in France, is really bad, simply because very few people do it.
For instance it's the first time that rioters shot at the police since a very very long time. I'm not even sure rioters have shot at the police during the 20th century.

Of course criminals do shoot the police at times.
May be it's the reason why there's been some shooting. This is a very strange movement we've had. It looks like on the one hand like a crime story, people destroy property, they shoot at police, attack innocent people.
But on the other hand it looks like a political riot : no looting, no profit made in any way. Very often those people destroy the cars of their neighbors, family or even their own, their buses, their local schools or sport family.
Indeed the destructions in many aspects are suicidal, doing more harm to those who destroy and their neighbours than to the unrelated others.

Posted by: DF at November 20, 2005 02:56 AM

sport facility not family

Posted by: DF at November 20, 2005 02:58 AM

http://at.moh.online.fr/ReOpen911/PainfulDeceptions_french.htm

I'm watching this (in english with french subtitles). Have a look at it.
It's really interesting.

Posted by: DF at November 25, 2005 11:52 AM

DF: Known myth.

Posted by: skywalker at November 25, 2005 04:25 PM

http://www.snopes.com/rumors/pentagon.htm

Posted by: skywalker at November 26, 2005 10:29 AM

When I first heard of the theories some 4 years ago, i discarded them as bogus in the very same way. But now with all the evidence mounting on the staging of the iraq war, the purposively biased intelligence etc... It makes you wonder what this administration could have done. You know.
Is there some sanity in Bush and Cheney ? Is there a human part in them ?
So I watched the video. And I must say that the minimum I can say is that it's well done.
Then of course It s always easy to find strage things afterwards. You know there has to be some people winning the loto twice or even 3 times. It's necessary from the law of numbers. If you throw a dice 3 times, there s bound to be one time, where you will get a 6, 3 times in a row. It doe snot prove that you are a lucky person or were lucky or that you cheat.

But still. I think they raise good questions, and I'm surprised that no one seems to be answering them. I don't like conspiration theories, but I'm forced to admit that at the minimum, little has been said on the errors that allowed 9-11 to happen.

Posted by: DF at November 30, 2005 12:33 PM
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