Tuesday, December 27, 2005
Sorry for the downtime, folks! I've had several other things on my plate recently, and as a result I've had less bandwidth for meaningful writing.
My posting may be sparse for a while yet; I apologize, in advance, to both of you.
In the meantime, I got a nice hat tip and a link from a blog I hadn't heard of before -- Camp Katrina, a (mostly) conservative blog about the good work American troops are doing, at home and abroad. (As they say: "Proving that the United States military does much more than just kill people and break things".) Check 'em out; they have some good stuff. For example:
So let me get this straight: it's perfectly alright for the music recording industry to peek inside a computer without a warrant to look for downloaded songs, but it's a federal crime for President Bush to monitor phone calls to try to save American lives?There's also a mini-profile of one of the new breed of Iraqi officers, and much more.
Maybe the RIAA can protect us from the terrorists, too.
Besides, the guy running the show over there is a hunk. Ladies, beware!
(Update: be that as it may, I'm not sure about the guy's eyesight; he links to this blog... under Fembloggers. Well, that's a first for me.)