March 14th, 2003


Friday night at home with nothing to do... hm.

So, it looks like Kirsten is being pressured by one of her family members to spend the evening tonight doing something completely horrid and unappetizing. "If I told you what, you would cringe", unappetizing. If I were her, I would probably tell her family "No bleedin' way!", but that's just me...

So, I have the whole evening free. Anyone want to do something? Drug me, tie me to the bedposts, strip me naked and throw little pickles at me? Drag me off somewhere and use me as your personal love slave?

Alternately, you can always go out with me to a movie or club, invade my house with a party, come over and watch videos, play games, hang out on my patio and burn stuff, etc. That's always fun too.

Reply with any suggestions you might have on how I can be entertained (or what I might want to do to entertain myself). If your suggestions are really naughty, you can always IM my arse or email me...

Things to do as time passes...

- Poking holes in Ayn Rand's objectivism and reaching some better conclusions. "Voluntary, honest, and fair interaction between those who do not infringe on the rights of others is optimally good." ... but can you still give your suicidal friend a nice knifeset?

- Encouraging people to consider non-evil methods of dealing with others, while engaging in sissyfighting.

- Looking into UN Resolution 377, which appears to offer a hope for continued inspections in Iraq.

Hm. Nobody has offered to kidnap me yet... I obviously still need more to do.

UN resolution 377 gets some serious attention... none other than Robert Fisk, one of the leading journalists in Britain.

His new article is a call for members of the UN to invoke an emergency session of the UN General Assembly. Frankly, I think this is an excellent idea, as the whole concept of the United Nations is at risk. Let the entire world decide whether military action against Iraq is called for based on the existing resolutions and let the chips fall where they may.

I am going to see what I can do about passing this information around, hopefully getting more attention on the subject. I hope you do the same.