Tagged: russia

Nuclear Irony

Nuclear Irony

I burst into the amsterdam vlogger meetup this evening and my opening statement was as follows: If you don’t want other nations to get nuclear weapons, try not developing them in the first place. I listened to radio open source...

Driving Around with Nuclear Missiles

Driving Around with Nuclear Missiles

Thursday is my all-day in the fishtank day, where all the little fishies come to use the computers. As part of my fishtank ritual, I read the International Herald Tribune and the Financial Times; both because its the only reading...

His Eyes Are Blood Thirsty

His Eyes Are Blood Thirsty

After wrapping up show 100 last night, since it was 3am anyway, I decided to catch some of the state of the union address. Course I could neither stomach or stay awake to watch more than 20 minutes of it,...

Reconsidering Syria, but Beware the Warmongers

Reconsidering Syria, but Beware the Warmongers

Earlier this week I voiced doubt that the Syrian president was the underhanded tyrant the American government claims him to be. I believed, as I still suspect, that the military/government machine that he was born into functioned largely without his...

Grey Memorial

Grey Memorial

On this Sept. 11th I dawned the traditional I heart NY shirt, moped around the house, and spoke to a dear friend about how I remember events unfolding from across the river that day. And instead of trying to write...

Look Deeper Beslan

Look Deeper Beslan

As the first days of September are upon us, I’ve been remembering this time last year, during the Beslan hostage crisis. Last night I watched a documentary on BBC1 which consisted primarily of interviews with children who survived, images from...