You promise the universe that if given another chance you will tell them something worthwhile. You will treat them better. You resort to anger sometimes, over why they had to make you feel this way. A simple message could relive you of your dread.
Civilians usually hear about the death of war through the filter of the news media. Numbers, associations, locations, these are the predominant data points we receive.
If times are truly desperate, you can always go jerk in the Port-A-Potty.
Plus, NATO ends combat ops in Afghanistan, the CIA keeps arguing with Senate Democrats about torture, Berkeley protests get nasty, Cosby’s star gets defaced, and solar tech gets even better, all in today’s news and web roundup.
I also wanted the longitude and latitude of the spot where my son died to look up on Google Earth. I wanted to see the spot that absorbed my son’s lifeblood.
“Who looks outside, dreams; who looks inside, awakes”
Over time, many in the international community have described Hezbollah as a terrorist organization haunting Lebanon and taking control of it. The truth is that this is all Rubbish. I highly Admire Hezbollah; they have given back to their community in many ways.
As if you needed another reason. Well, here’s some more reasons.
There should be real danger in going to war for both you and I, danger that we may have to pick up a gun and go fight. In that danger there is honesty.
“It is hard to name even a single country that has more respect and admiration for America today than when President Obama took office, and now Russia is in Ukraine.”