Well, I can't say that I'm surprised about Carrot Head launching Tomahawk missiles into Syria. Let's face it, something had to be done about
I think men look at these kinds of actions much differently than women do. I believe that to men, attacking other countries is a lot like anal sex: Everyone thinks about doing it. It feels good to do it. And at some point, it simply has to be done just to show people who's the boss. Women generally can't relate to that, unless they've strapped on a fourteen inch black vinyl John Henry and really gone to town on an unsuspecting intern.
I won't lie. It's a rush.
Honest Injun dear diary, I wouldn't admit this to anyone else, but I never liked that Assad character. For one thing, he was never anything more than a rich despot's ungrateful son and got everything he has from his father. I remember them arguing about his succeeding his dad to the throne. The kid wasn't terribly bright and totally unmotivated. His father used to call him down to the palace basement, hand him the switch to the electrodes attached to some goat farmer's nuts and say, "Just try it! See if you're good at it!" Eventually the dad died and the kid was forced to switch his major from Art History to "Political Torture with a minor in Sculpture." Apparently his graduate thesis was a field project entitled, "Mass Grave Filled with Political Prisoners," but since nobody could find it, he graduated with an "Incomplete."
I also don't trust that kid because he has a flat head. Seriously. A lot of those
Anyway, I've always believed that it takes a village, even if that village resembles more of a crater. It's still better than what those semites are used to and it could be the first step toward
I just hope the camels are okay. They can be worth a lot of money if they're healthy.