Friday, March 12, 2004

A human body is not a car. Employees of UCLA apparently thought otherwise when they sold bodyparts for the sole purpose of making a quick buck.

The so called "Cheeseburger Bill" puts a stop to alll those people claiming to be somebody else's victim. Time for people to move on and take their own responsibility. It's not McDonalds fault you're overweighted: it's your own.
It's not Smith & Wesson's fault your son killed his teacher: it's you who gave him acces to your gun.

The American government has left 5 Britons out of the prisoncamp called Guantanamo Bay. Four have been arrested by the British police on arrival.
Number five, Jamal Udeen, plans to sue the US. I wish him luck...
At least now the four detainees are entitled to legal advice and a phonecall;
rights they've been deprived of in the two years they lived in American custody. Still over 500 people are being held at Guantanamo Bay without any
form of trial. For more than two years the US is challenging international rules concerning imprisonment. Election time is nearing: what will George Junior decide? I guess that depends on what the polls show most American voters want...

A nice quiet week at work with colleague Jennifer being ill and Marieke as subsitute ended with my son staying over at a friend's. Tomorrow the two of them will attend a birthday-party whilst I go shopping with my daughter: I need a costume to be used at some fetish venue next saturday...

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