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Westmoreland

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On July 19, 2005
Westy is dead. The disaster of Vietnam has many fathers, including civilians such as John Kennedy, Lyndon Johnson, and Robert McNamara. Whatever hope of victory might have existed, however, was squandered through the pointless, ineffective, and enormously destructive tactics pursued by Westmoreland. The Army under Westmoreland broke every rule of counter-insurgency combat, and not in […]

Against Tacitus

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On July 18, 2005
Exhibit Z for Thad. To each their own, but from my perspective any unironic use of the phrase “they’¬íre not antiwar, just on the other side” provides dispostive evidence that someone is not worth taking seriously. Might as well just go all the way and read Glenn Reynolds if that’s your thing. Share
So yesterday, as I mentioned, my flight was just cancelled, for no obvious reason. Today, my connecting flight out to Montreal was merely delayed by 4 hours, rendering it useless. This forced me to go through Toronto on a tight schedule (a problem because you could fly to Singapore in the time it takes to […]

Air Douchebag

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On July 16, 2005

If you’re a fan of flights cancelled at the last minute in perfect weather, missed connecting flights, rude and uninformative customer service, and lost luggage…I really can’t recomm

The Melky Way

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On July 15, 2005
Wow, the Yankees sure were smart to get Bernie Williams out of center field–otherwise, a routine single could get played into an inside-the-park homer! Hopefully the Yankees will continue to ignore this–I here the Mets might be willing to part with Ice Williams–but all of our readers should remember this crucial principle: never walk away […]
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