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Tuesday, March 11, 2003

Mo' Evening Musings-Kevin's getting another dose of link love here after he does what you're supposed to do to a Lew Rockwell article; fisk it to within an inch of its life. I'm not sure what the Security Council midgets are thinking
Six countries that hold crucial swing votes in the United Nations Security Council united yesterday behind a proposed compromise that would give Iraq one more month to disarm, setting a new deadline of April 17. The six -- Angola, Cameroon, Chile, Guinea, Mexico and Pakistan -- said the extra time will allow the council to set tests for Iraq against which members can see if the country is complying with weapons inspectors.
Does Chile want a free trade deal? Does Mexico want the Tortilla Curtian built? If they show up the US, the US won't be in the best of moods. Spudlets made my evening and got father-in-law to get up from his viewing of A Few Good Men when I laughed at the new 10-ton Massive Ordnance Air Blast (MOAB) munition, quickly getting the nickname Mother of All Bombs. Some interesting sports news; Jim Herrick has been shown the door at Georgia and the Dawgs are banishing themselves from the post-season after some transcript-padding got exposed. The other news was Chris Osgood getting traded to the Blues at the trade deadline; he might get a chance to go mano-a-mano with the Wings in the playoffs. That trade reminds me a little bit of the Gretsky trade of a few years back that turned the Blues into a Cup contender.

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