Iraqi experts say they are concerned chaos and civil war could break out between the two different sects in Iraq.
Who here didn't see that coming? No hands raised? I didn't think so.
Also, We're still not done with Afghanistan.
Further, N.Korea Against More Talks, Wants More Atomic Arms
SEOUL (Reuters) - North Korea said on Saturday the hardline U.S. stance at the Beijing nuclear negotiations meant there was no point in holding further talks and left it with no choice but to enhance its nuclear deterrent force.
Plus, this article has this really funny paragraph,
"How can the DPRK trust the U.S. and drop its gun?" the spokesman said, using the initial letters of the North's official name, the Democratic People's Republic of Korea. "Even a child would not be taken in by such a trick."
And in the We're-here-to-free-them-really department,
Bush Expands Authority to Freeze Iraqis' U.S. Assets
President Bush on Friday expanded an order freezing the U.S. assets of former members of Saddam Hussein's government in Iraq, giving the government authority to seize the wealth of immediate family members of the officials.
We're good at that morale thing. Yup.
In the what-the-fuck department,
Music industry claims MP3s are traceable
Sure, some are, but that's a pretty broad generalization there. And certainly not legally viable. Especially since,
But Kuhn points out that to his knowledge no- one has yet shown how statistically reliable using such features is in identifying the source of an MP3.
And to end this, I'll leave you with a picture of an American Ambassador being pied: