She even made Wikipedia. Cute little journalist/hostage Jill Carroll is released in Iraq without a scratch. Brava. Her public will demand an encore . . . in the form of a best-selling book. Meanwhile, thousands of others are kidnapped, many murdered. PS: This comment is about us, not her. Member reactions:
She probably cried so much they couldn't stand it anymore and gave in and released her..
. . . Reggie, wait till you hear her sing.
Picture cute; didn't appreciate the comment. kittenheel is right about the lighting.
Artistically not a bad image, however it contains a highly skewed version of reality. For a more realistic and truthful analysis: http://www.gbn.com/ArticleDisplayServlet.srv.aid=2400&msp=1242
On 10/29/2005 2:19:02 PM, Registered said: Artistically not a bad image, however it contains a highly skewed version of reality. For a more realistic and truthful analysis: http://www.gbn.com/ArticleDisplayServlet.srv.aid=2400&msp=1242 Reg, I think the point here is that someone had the courage to stop the bloodshed done by Saddam. The blood is finally draining away with the help of the willing such as the Christians and President Bush. At least this is my interpretation of this.
Think back to Apocalypse Now and ask yourself: Is it Martin Sheen or is it Brando.
How can 2000+ cofins be a highly skewed version of reality.
Now,now boys. Comments on the picture and not the politics please. nice 'shop.
I believe it's "dead on". When the blood drains, you get to see who was at the bottom of if all......or the top depending on which view you want to take.
How can 2000+ cofins be a highly skewed version of reality. -->
The Bush administration's favorite layout for the new Iraqi money was only rejected because they didn't think that bad leet serial numbers would be very popular. Full view is best. Hope you like it. Member reactions:
Instead of Bush, maybe Saddam Hussein would be better, since Saddam has bombed and killed more people than Bush. Thus, the reason for us being there in the first place...