Tuesday, February 07, 2006


Read this article first. It’s from today’s 24 Hours free daily paper (and they got it from Reuters).

Now assuming you’ve read it, wow hmm? That’s pretty harsh stuff. And sad as well. All that misdirected anger. I saw a part of the evening news tonight and it showed some clips of the Danish Prime Minister apologizing(?) and appealing for peace around the world, as well as Christians(?) and Muslims in Denmark having some sort of peace march together to show that there’s reconciliation. It doesn’t look very good for the peaceful Muslims around the world, as other fundamentalist radical Muslims are gaining bad “publicity” (for lack of a better word) with all the violent protesting and burning down of embassies and such. It’s probably only a very minuscule percentage of Muslims that are doing all the super-uber-extremist stuff too, but their badness is reflected onto the others. I sense ignorance and hostile problems to come forth. Sigh. I don’t completely know all the facts about this situation, but this is something I’m definitely going to follow for awhile in the news as this is BIG.
(‘?’ means I’m unsure of the info I’ve posted)

I think this is one of the best Superbowl ads for this year, just because the character punts a small animal at the end. Hohohooo! (Did Federal Express officially change its name to FedEx? Looks like it.)


Some lousy sour tasting eye candy (par Moi) of the Vancouver City skyline. Didn’t turn out as I wanted. The nightshot part is extremely fuzzy. But it’s pleasant to look at from afar for a few moments. Copyrighted to me.


Note to self (and others of interest): the XX Olympic Winter Games of 2006 is 3 days away (I believe the Opening Ceremony is at 10am this Friday. Poop. I’ll be in class). Apparently 1/3 of the world’s population will be watching. Narf! Four years has been so long…

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