When I was very young I earned a very nice salary using hi-tech to track the Evil Empire; it wasn't terribly difficult because I was good at it. Later I earned even nicer salaries using hi-tech in communications ... the stress was higher, but the work was easier; civilian life is a wasteland. Since then, I have slipped into an ever deepening poverty engaging in more salient pursuits. And still, dealing with "the anguish of being mad at the point of greatest proximity to madness", I try to do justice to pieces like this:
Janus Head 2-2: Norman K. Swazo/A Preface to Silence Why not silence rather than discourse?
WHO reports Iraq medical system as being on the verge of collapse. Typically a hospital needs US$3K/month.
I was calling for rapid reaction ?what? 2 weeks ago.
Assessment: industrialized yuppies are fat, ignorant, slothful, self-indulgent hypocits. In short, same old same-old.