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November 28, 2009

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At least his eyes are open...

... and glowing! :o

HT, Eric! ;)

He looks kinda like I felt after eating my second piece of mince meat pie.

I hope everyone had a warm, loving holiday with friends and family.

This is a great site you have here. I'm a first-time visitor, but I'm liking what I'm seeing. I have a political blog myself where people come from around the world to debate on important and controversial issues. I know you could provide us with some valuable insight.

Also, I'd like to do a link exchange with you. If you would like to, please leave a comment under the "Compadres" page saying that you've added our link and we'll return the favor.

Keep up the good work.

Jason
DEBATEitOUT.com

Happy first turkey day with the young'n, Eric!

Apparently it's official, Obama sending 30K more troops. Fnck.

anyway, here is Ugh Jr. eating an Oatio:

Yeah. He's in a tough spot politically. But our country will be the worse for it.

Yeah. He's in a tough spot politically. But our country will be the worse for it.

I had no idea eating Oatios was fraught with such peril. ;-)

Big Agri-business lobbying made him do it ;)

He who plays with babies might take care lest he thereby become a baby. And if you gaze for long at an infant, the infant gazes also at you.

Shameless proselytizing, Jason...

And Eric, now that you're a father, with a baby to protect, you still holding the same position on Iran's nuke program you've expressed over the last year or so on your TIA blog: no military intervention to disrupt their nuclear ambitions? Or are your views maturing now that you're a papa, shifting, so that you're kinda hoping maybe the Israelis (with our approval) will crater the hell out of a dozen or so of their facilities (and maybe drop a few on Aminijad's head as well)? Because if not, it's a certainty by the time your boy is entering middle-school, Iran will have developed long range missiles capable of targeting the US and a surplus of weapon's grade uranium to trade for fortune or favor, to their pals in Hezbollah and Hamas, and maybe to some new buddies in Venezuela and Columbia (those narco cartels have a lot of spare change laying around you know).

So which way you leaning: more useless diplomatic chat that's not going anywhere, ever, or SPLATTTTTT?

And Eric, now that you're a father, with a baby to protect, you still holding the same position on Iran's nuke program you've expressed over the last year or so on your TIA blog: no military intervention to disrupt their nuclear ambitions?

Moreso than ever. After I have witnessed what a struggle it is to bring life into this world, I am even more reluctant to back policies that would result in so much senseless loss of life. In essence, my respect for human life has grown, not diminished, by the birth of my son.

Because if not, it's a certainty by the time your boy is entering middle-school, Iran will have developed long range missiles capable of targeting the US and a surplus of weapon's grade uranium to trade for fortune or favor, to their pals in Hezbollah and Hamas, and maybe to some new buddies in Venezuela and Columbia (those narco cartels have a lot of spare change laying around you know).

Your certainty is not as certain as you claim. We've lived with nuclear states, we'll live with a nuclear Iran if needs be.

Besides, the consensus of war gamers have come to the conclusion that military strikes will only delay their program slightly, not undo it. And then you'd have a far more adversarial nuclear armed Iran in the aftermath.

(PS: I was unaware that Columbia University was in the market for nuclear weapons, or that it constituted a narco cartel, but I guess I'll just have to take your word for it)

You have an interesting take on both Thanksgiving and fatherhood, Jay.

... and glowing! :o

That's just how my eyes look before the laser beams shoot out. Mutants rule!

Happy belated Thanksgiving, everyone. Let the slacking (well, at work, anyway) begin.

And then you'd have a far more adversarial nuclear armed Iran in the aftermath.

Exactly. Bombing Iran in the hopes of eliminating their nuclear program just makes it much more likely that they'll use a nuclear weapon (or give it to someone else to use) when they get it.

"That's just how my eyes look before the laser beams shoot out. Mutants rule!"

I see... by any chance, are there any telepaths in a wheelchair among your circle of aquaintances?

Just curious... (:D)

I see... by any chance, are there any telepaths in a wheelchair among your circle of aquaintances?

Yes, quite a few of them - 25 in total. They're all very small and get along rather well, which enables them to share a wheelchair. (You may know them as Professors A thru W and Professors Y and Z.)

" (You may know them as Professors A thru W and Professors Y and Z.)"

Well I know when I've been bested; kudos!

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