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Tuesday, April 19, 2005

I do not have a good feeling about this guy.

I hope I'm wrong.

6 Comments:

At 4/19/2005 11:39:00 PM, Anonymous Ayana said...

Believe me, you ain't the only one sista.

 
At 4/20/2005 01:32:00 AM, Blogger Jazz said...

follow your instincts and spill the details....spill it!!

 
At 4/20/2005 10:29:00 AM, Blogger Will said...

Wait...did I read somewhere that he attended Nazi camp as a child?!?!?

Did they have swastika-shaped slides there? Some Heil Hitler hot dogs with sauerkraut for lunch?

I know he defected, but still...yeesh.

 
At 4/20/2005 01:51:00 PM, Anonymous coco said...

i agree with you on that. when I heard it on the radio, the announcer said he was known for his ... discipline ... hmmm.

 
At 4/20/2005 04:58:00 PM, Anonymous Shasta MacNasty said...

As far as they hitler youth thing, he had no choice. By the time he came of age, it was the law for children 10 and older to join the group. And it's a rare teenager to stand up to a murderous dictator. I know we'd all like to think we're all Joan of Arc, but lets be real.

I'm a little more curious about this "Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith." Is that just code for modern day inquisition? Just wondering. :) I hardly think his appointment will phase North American Catholics. They do what they want anyway.

 
At 4/20/2005 06:08:00 PM, Blogger Sid said...

I'm just a little freaked out about the whole shift toward conservatism, and I think the culture war that got so much play during the last U.S. election, for instance, is about to get a whole lot globaler. Yes, I just made up globaler. What?!

I have a vague theory about the effects of hardline conservative religion on developing economies and societies floating around my noggin, but I haven't worked it out enough to articulate and support my fear yet.

 

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