Day by Day

Tuesday, May 25, 2004

Linky Love

It's been a while since I did the 'ol Linky Love, and I figured this would be a good time to do it. First up is Random Nuclear Strikes, who just seem to have all the good stuff today.

They have yet another explination of why John Fonda Kerry's favorite government, the UN, is worse than useless.

Teenage rape victims fleeing war in the Democratic Republic of Congo are being sexually exploited by the United Nations peace-keeping troops sent to the stop their suffering.

The Independent has found that mothers as young as 13 - the victims of multiple rape by militiamen - can only secure enough food to survive in the sprawling refugee camp by routinely sleeping with UN peace-keepers.

Imagine your daughters being treated like that..... not a pretty thought, is it?

And Nukevet has been putting up some of the most gorgeous pictures of women...
that are not quite safe for work, by the way.

Sondra K has a good roundup of the furor surrounding the city of Olympia refusing to accept the USS Olympia visiting space. Read the stories, and then if you would do me a favor - let the CO, XO, and Boat Chief let them know that you appreciate them.

Commanding Officer CDR P.A. Marconi -----

Executive Officer LCDR M. Tesar -----

Chief of the Boat CMDCM(SS) W. Owings -----

Unfortunately, the USS Olympia has already canceled their visit to their namesake city. Which is sad, because the number of people who want to see them here vastly outnumber the barking moonbats who are shrieking the loudest. But, Olympia being the home of the barking moonbats, the city council folded like a cheap house of cards. Sad to say, that's rather typical.

Kim du Toit has recieved a few letters that spell things out rather clearly, if you care to read them.

Why we shoot women and children.

Why we attack "holy" places.

I'm sure the barking moonbats will read those titles and start howling, without ever actually READING the posts. Their loss.

That's about it for tonight. The girlfriend is heading off to Alaska tomorrow for a family visit, and I would be remiss to spend all night in front of a computer. I'll see you all tomorrow night.

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