Monday, December 18, 2006

o.k. who's next?

from the new york times:

20 Million Years and a Farewell

The first species to be erased from this planet’s great and ancient Order of Cetaceans in modern times is not one of the charismatic sea mammals that have long been the focus of conservation campaigns, like the sperm whale or bottlenose dolphin.

elsewhere in the news,

Bush Approves Deal With India for Nuclear Sales

“This is an important achievement for the whole world,” Mr. Bush said during a signing ceremony in the East Room of the White House. “After 30 years outside the system, India will now operate its civilian nuclear program under internationally accepted guidelines, and the whole world is going to be safer as a result.”

george bush seems not merely to be content with the title of worst president ever, but appears to be keen on playing an instrumental part in history as being a keystone individual in the quest of the human species to ‘self-erase’ themselves.

and the whole world is going to be safer as a result...
yeah, sure.

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