Man, the loot stories coming out of Iraq are pretty wild.
Here's Saddam's yacht, blown to a smoldering hulk.
"A black leather operating table"...?
There's a secret escape hatch for submarines, too.
The Foreign Minister is off watching American DVDs
and reading Danielle Steele novels.
It's just like a spy thriller, but it's not an American spy thriller.
Basically it's like a *Bollywood* spy thriller. Check out the wack
cyberspy angle on this promotional website on the latest
Sunny Deol two-fisted shoot-'em-up.
Wow, it's an Iranian political joke that is almost,
sort of, funny.
"Your money stinks of the corpse of the poet you never dared to become."
Yep, Aube, his daughter, finally raffled off Andre Breton's book collection.
I don't need to read French; I've got Google Translator.
"On the initiative of Laurence Calmels, I decided to digitize the collection, the files, photographs, books and manuscripts. At the beginning of May will open a data base which will place at the disposal, by Internet, the entirety of the contents of the street Fontaine, made thus available to all." Wow, good move Aube, good
luck with that.
Okay, here's these Al Qaeda guys, and they're illegal
aliens, and they work in some British factory, and in their no doubt
not very copious spare time, they run credit card fraud
to underwrite the racket.
Man, what kind of penny-ante terror outfit is that?
Do they *have* to do that factory labor? They really need that
nine bucks an hour that undocumented workers get,
is that the story? They can't be doing it for cover;
hell, they're illegal aliens, they don't even have real passports.
Meanwhile, in the USA, it wasn't just a few guys running
fraudulent, sleazy scams in the wreckage of 9.11. It was
*hundreds* of guys. Martyrdom comes and goes, but
petty theft is forever.
The results for the world's stupidest security measures are in.
Thank goodness somebody's measuring the depth of the
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