Why am I now LOGGED IN? I felt much more fulfilled when I was JACKED IN! instead of the more generic LOGGED IN.
If the Sudanese government can't or won't act, and the threat of international sanctions (the U.S. already has sanctions in place) doesn't work, then troops it must be. The ideal solution would be to use troops drawn from the region, but they don't seem to have sufficient numbers and training. Thus, once again, the world will be standing around, waiting to see what the United States does.
However, we already have two foreign military projects Iraq and Afghanistan that really ought to be finished up before we take on anything new. But there are major nations fresh and rested from sitting on the sidelines that can and should take the lead.
How about it, France and Germany? The criteria you said you'd need to justify intervention a clear humanitarian crisis and a U.N. resolution are there. We'll hold your coats.- East Valley Tribune editorial
I always liked "Jacked In". It makes Case a happy man.
Because being a wiener is just a hop skip away from console cowboy.
Pat Tillman, rest in peace.
"It's almost as if they waited for him to die so he couldn't go ... `Shut the fuck up, that's not what I think!' " -Jon Stewart commenting on the sudden wealth of questions such as "Would President Reagan approve of the war in Iraq?" being posed by conservative pundits.
Originally posted by TheCowJACKED IN had an "edge" to it.
For some reason, I'm in favor of "STUMBLED IN" - but it'd have to "have STUMBLED IN" and some such - mainly because I'm not always sure how some of these people got here in the first place.
Personally...sometimes...yes. This is good too, although I too miss being JACKED IN!.
(edited by CRZ on 8.7.04 0502)
(Not Bob Kohm)
In the context of baseball, the use of drugs hurts only the player. In the context of baseball, the use of alcohol hurts only the player. In the context of baseball, womanizing hurts whom? Maybe the wife of the player? In the context of baseball, felonies are crimes against society, not against baseball. In the context of baseball, gambling is the only crime against baseball.
Gambling, in the context of baseball, is a capital offense and Rose has richly earned-- hell, he agreed to-- his death sentence. Let him hang.
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Originally posted by CRZThat you didn't notice for nearly three months belies your sentiment. ;-)
(edited by CRZ on 8.7.04 0501) If the American administration changes in November, it will be catastrophic, because those Democrats do not understand a thing about foreign policy, and they lack the determination to make decisions the way [President] Bush made them in Iraq and elsewhere.- Sheik Saud Al Nasser Al Sabah, former Kuwaitit ambassador to the US
Originally posted by TheCowFor some reason, I'm in favor of "STUMBLED IN" - but it'd have to "have STUMBLED IN" and some such - mainly because I'm not always sure how some of these people got here in the first place.
GAAAHHHHH! Horrible Suzie Quatro song stuck in my brain. Must ... sing ... new ... song
Well only having one log in, I'm not sure I need to be reminded who I am, so I think "I know who you are" would be funny. (You could always show the name as a tooltip if you really felt the need to show it)
It's a dog eat dog world and I'm wearing milkbone undershorts.
Our slowest hour of the day is usually somewhere in the 4-8am space, and sure enough, when the first odometer roll of the year happened just after 06:30 (CST) by the bingbot, barely anybody was around to notice.