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Wednesday, September 20, 2006

A Letter from Fallujah

I was going to write about something that happen this week and we all barely noticed it..... It's not small either, it's something that's never happened in the whole history of mankind on the Earth boys and girls. Like the Moon Landing or the invention of glue { 7,000 years ago in Iraq of all places } In fact it's a bigger deal than all the big deals than have ever come over the transom . But Larry Johnson has put up a letter from a Marine in Fallujah......Do yourself a favor, and read it. It's a letter from " The Front " that historians will long use as an example of the War in Iraq...........From the Marine who's name we don't know :

Most Surreal Moment - Watching Marines arrive at my detention facility and unload a truck load of flex-cuffed midgets. 26 to be exact. I had put the word out earlier in the day to the Marines in Fallujah that we were looking for Bad Guy X, who was described as a midget. Little did I know that
Fallujah was home to a small community of midgets, who banded together for support since they were considered as social outcasts. The Marines were anxious to get back to the midget colony to bring in the rest of the midget suspects, but I called off the search, figuring Bad Guy X was long gone on his short legs after seeing his companions rounded up by the giant infidels.

Most Profound Man in Iraq - an unidentified farmer in a fairly remote area who, after being asked by Reconnaissance Marines (searching for Syrians) if he had seen any foreign fighters in the area replied “Yes, you.”...

Tomorrow I'll get to that Big Deal.

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