But hey, while you're here, enjoy some recent Blogdrive entries:The Common IllsIraq snapshot
Dark of the Moon
Drunken, dancing savages
Kicking and screaming to our fate
Racing thoughts speeding through the night
Crashing into heaven's gate
Gods had nothing to do with it
We were all alone
Drunken, dancing savages
Kicking in doors
Head in your lap
Dreams on the floor
Last part needs some work...
Tuesday, September 30, 2014. Chaos and violence continue, Barack
redefines civilian casualties, Australia has concern about the legality
of the war, and more.
The violence never ends in Iraq. Yesterday, Margaret Griffis (Antiwar.com) counted at least 256 violent deaths for Monday. Qassim Abdul-Zahra and Sinan Salaheddin (AP) report that a "wave" of violence has left "at least 47 people" dead today.
Violence hasn't stopped in Iraq. Many are starting to register that.
At the Pentagon today, spokesperson Rear Adm Jack Kirby declared:
pretty honest about the fact that military action alone will not win
this effort, but that shouldn't be taken as an admission of
ineffectiveness, and one of the ways we know we're having an effect is
precisely because the terrorists have had to change their tactics and
their communications and their command and control. Yes, they're blending in more. Yes, they're dispersing,... (more)
Tanto de miEl dia que casi te pierdo
En ese momento me di cuenta de que si tu te vas no se cual seria mi camino, pudiera faltarme cualquier otra persona en mi vida, me doleria, pero sin ti, no sabria hacia donde ir, no sabria que hacer, cual seria mi futuro, sin ti simplemente estaria completamente perdida.
Es una locura pensar asi, pero esta vez que fue muy en serio el heho de llegar a perderte, lo pense y me depri. Se cual es la otra persona que le doleria esa perdida y solo el entenderia parte de mi dolor, solo el podria sacarme de esa depresion. Siempre ustedes dos, no mas... no necesito a nadie mas, ustedes dos son lo que siempre he querdio y querre.
Ese dia casi fatidico 25 sep 14
Oh the AngstSup
Truth in LoveAbout Your Friends
About Your FRIENDS
Author/Preacher: J.R. Miller
Friendships begin very early. Little
children form tender associations which mean much to their happiness,
and which sometimes last through their life. We all need friendships. In
solitary confinement, men have been known to make friends of insects
and little animals, the only living creatures they could have for
Nothing is more important to young people, than the choosing of their
friends. Really, it is almost the settling of their whole future. The
kind of friends one begins with is apt to stay with always. If you
accept and choose as your friends in early youth those who are good,
refined, and aspiring -- you are setting your life in the direction of
whatever things are true, just, honorable, pure, and lovely. Almost
certainly, your whole future will be on the same wholesome lines.
But if you... (more)