Here's an interesting notion. Suppressing missile launches with unmanned Predator drones.
I guess it beats buying nerve-gas masks for White House staffers.
Or educating honeybees to find landmines. Jeez, what a world.
Armed troops from India are maneuvering in Alaska.
You know, if I was US Armed Forces and I had to give exercise code names for
the Indian Army and Navy, I might well avoid the terms "Iroquois" and
Wow, I can't believe they finally arrested Monica Bedi, famed mafia gun-moll
and sometime Bollywood actress.
Word from the cops is that Monica ratted-out her favorite don, Abu Salem.
I don't believe that. I imagine the FBI tapped his cellphone, or
hers, while hunting Al Qaeda. Abu Salem was always quite
the cellphone fan.
Life imitates art, folks.
That sounds like a pretty good gig, being the "global music critic" for "The
Globalist." Yugoslav gypsy bands, French rai rockers, Bombay jazz
met that guy once, Richard Byrne. He can write.
When I'm not blogging war weirdness and unimaginable acts of corruption, I
enjoy contemplating the soothing, poetic names and shapes of these
Bruce Sterling writes books like Darwin watched animals. Find out more about him,
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He lives with his wife Nancy and their two daughters in Austin, Texas.