December 29, 2009

Oh oh oh I can answer this question!

The ever awesome Christopher Hitchens asks "Why do we fail to detect or defeat the guilty, and why do we do so well at collective punishment of the innocent?"

While he has his answer, I have a shorter one:  The innocent don't blow shit up.


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December 26, 2009

More On That Amsterdam To Detroit Flight

You mean to tell me that the guy who tried to blow up the plane flying to Detroit was indeed Muslim and may have had some ties to London (a hotspot of Radicalism in the West) and Engineering Schools (the degree of choice for terrorists), and was not some homeless goat farmer from Gaza? Color me shocked.

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December 25, 2009

Because it's not like I hated flying enough

So. A passenger ignited a powdery substance on a Delta flight landing in Detroit from Amsterdam.

Guess who gets to fly Delta through Detroit tomorrow!

F.M.L.

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December 04, 2009

Adam Gadahn Goes MTV



Annoying laugh track, funny video.
I have a guitar just like that. Mine sounds a lot different though.
Via the Jawas.

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December 03, 2009

Gee. It's Almost As Though The Iranians Really Are Bad Guys

I mean, what are the odds of this being a mere coincidence?

Ramin Pourandarjani, a doctor at Kahrizak, later testified to a parliamentary committee and reportedly told them that a young protester he treated died from severe torture. He said he was also forced by security officials to list the cause of death as meningitis, according to opposition Web sites.

Pourandarjani died on Nov. 10 in mysterious circumstances, with authorities initially saying he was in a car accident, had a heart attack or committed suicide.

Forensic tests showed that the doctor died of "poisoning by drugs" that matched doses of propranolol found in a salad that was delivered to him, Dowlatabadi said Tuesday. "A large number of these pills must be used for a person to pass away from them," he said.

Propranolol is used to treat high blood pressure, rapid heart rate and tremors, and can be lethal in high doses.

The restaurant delivery man told investigators that he gave the salad directly to Pourandarjani and described how the doctor took it from him at the door of his room, then closed the door behind him, Dowlatabadi said. The delivery man is not under arrest, he said.


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