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I’m currently deep into editing “Glengarry Glen Styx”. (First assemblage is done. I still have fine cutting, sound mixing and color correction ahead of me.) So, I’m going to make this quick. THE NUCLEAR OPTION: Yes, it could wind up … Continue reading
That is if this news pans out. The chief of the U.N. nuclear agency said Tuesday that he had reached a deal with Iran on probing suspected work on nuclear weapons and the agreement would “be signed quite soon.” Yukiya … Continue reading
Aw, Fuck No! WASHINGTON — Israeli officials say they won’t warn the U.S. if they decide to launch a pre-emptive strike against Iranian nuclear facilities, according to one U.S. intelligence official familiar with the discussions. The pronouncement, delivered in a … Continue reading
You know, I was going to write Part Two of my year end wrap today. But then I remembered, “Wait, I have pizza to eat and the last part of Season Five of Doctor Who to get through!”. Needless to … Continue reading
If you support Military action towards Iran and continued involvement in Afghanistan BUT still send Christmas cards that say “Peace on Earth, Goodwill towards men”, I think you are missing the point of the holiday. EDIT: Rewritten for clarity. 1:40 … Continue reading
First off: Hope you don’t mind me calling you M.A. for short. It’s a spelling issue and not meant to be disrespectful.However, everything that follows will be.I guess it’s safe to say that you had a good day Wednesday. You … Continue reading
-Dear Republicans: Seriously! Seriously! -All for now. More later.
Yes, I know that postings have been light this week. Unfortunately, the same week that Ahmadinejad decided to kick it like Ferdinande Marcos is the same week I start working on my first iRiff. So, I’ve spent most of my … Continue reading
Dear Senator McCain: One: thank you for your years of service to our country. Two: Please shut up. Look, Senator. In case you’ve forgotten, we do not have a lot of moral authority as far as Iran is concerned. Back … Continue reading