Month: April 2005

Words of One Syllable Dept.

Words of One Syllable Dept.

Via News of the Weird: Kim Chan, 40, of a village in the Cambodian province of Kampot, announced in March that he had a cow that was heavenly possessed and could cure illnesses by exposure to its bodily fluids, but local official Khun Somnang immediately discounted the claim, saying, “We had a holy cow here a year and a half ago (and you) don’t get two that close together.” [South African Press Association-Deutsche Press Agentur, […]

qotd

qotd

As a young man, I was determined to change the world. As I matured, I narrowed my goals to changing my community. Still later, I decided to change only my family. Now I realize that it is all I can do to change myself. — the Rebbe of Apt

"Raised for Jihad"

Israel

I Was Raised for Jihad After several generations brought up under this severe indoctrination, many Arab children were brainwashed like robots to value suicide bombers as someone to look up to in the hope of going to heaven. This unprecedented and extreme form of jihad produced the current generation of suicide bombers who kill non-Muslims with no mercy.

What goes around, comes around

Current Affairs

Or, in other words, if you don’t care about the atrocities you commit, nobody else is going to care about the ones that happen to you. If you don’t regard others (non-Muslims) as human, how can you expect them (us) to act otherwise to you? MEMRI: Latest News “Nothing can be compared to what happened last month in Hilla. The Al-Zarqawi group claimed responsibility for the deaths of at least 124 people when a massive […]

Off I go tomorrow

travel

About Dame Miriam Rothschild (1908 – 2005), whom I would have liked to have met: Betsy Devine: One dress, one jacket, one suitcase packed at all times… She also kept her suitcase packed at all times, to make traveling simpler. Sounds like my life. At any rate, I’m back off to the wilds tomorrow. Expect intermittent, if any, blogging. Since a pathetically crazy person has taken to using my blog to track my movements for […]