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Fallujah to be "patrolled" but invasion is option UN envoy: "When you surround a city, you bomb the city, when people cannot go to hospital, what name do you have for that?" he asked. "And you, if you have enemies there, this is exactly what they want you to do, to alienate more people so that more people support them rather than you."
Your Kid to Work Day"
So many conflicting stories in Iraq, truth can't be determined In recent weeks, it has become harder for Western reporters to sift through conflicting accounts of incidents ... They venture outside only briefly. Many are afraid, mostly ensconced in hotels and houses protected by huge concrete blast walls, because of the recent wave of kidnappings and killings of foreigners.
Baghdad camp houses people who have fled Fallujah "Now we cannot raise the tents quickly enough. There are more and more families coming."
Security firms search for pros for jobs in Iraq "..companies protecting U.S. officials, contractors and private businessmen in Iraq are quickly running out of skilled elite professionals to hire."
Electronic voting debate: Can computers ever be trustworthy? "Electronic voting in its current form is like hiring a private company to count votes behind closed doors," said Stanford University professor David Dill
accidentally destroys poll again
---The uncompleted poll about KTSA talk hosts was accidentally vaporized by the FreePolls.com company on Sunday. (Despite its name, I pay for the poll hosting.)
---Sunday morning I noted well over 2,000 votes and page after page of Comments which had been generating a helluva commotion.
---Sunday afternoon the poll was suddenly eaten alive. Computer cannibalism.
---No need to try to run that poll again, I suppose. Pretty much everyone had a chance to vent. A terrific number of people obviously enjoyed firing off needle-pointed Comments.
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