Saturday, June 09, 2007
I miss Fafnir
Wednesday, April 09, 2003
Someone has told me that the war just ended. Well loo-de-doo smarty-pants! That's what I say. Loo-dee-doo.
I dunno. Even if Baron Saddam is defeated and Emperor Bush now controls the vast resources of the Spice, doesn't this mean that the Space Guild will want to destroy America all the more? That's what I think. This thing could have like six more books in it easy.
Fafnir and Giblets, for the war.
¶ posted by Fafnir at 3:42 PM
Thursday, May 01, 2003
In the images of falling statues, we have witnessed the arrival of a new era.
In the images of celebrating Iraqis, we have also seen the ageless appeal of human freedom. Decades of lies and intimidation could not make the Iraqi people love their oppressors or desire their own enslavement. Men and women in every culture need liberty like they need food and water and air. Everywhere that freedom arrives, humanity rejoices; and everywhere that freedom stirs, let tyrants fear.
Other nations in history have fought in foreign lands and remained to occupy and exploit. Americans, following a battle, want nothing more than to return home. And that is your direction tonight. After service in the Afghan -- and Iraqi theaters of war -- after 100,000 miles, on the longest carrier deployment in recent history, you are homeward bound.
George W. Bush
(Aboard the USS Abraham Lincoln)