Wednesday, April 30, 2003
Please tell me about some lush music. Seriously. On the verge of becoming disillusioned with humanity, with the possible exceptions of my girlfriend, this man as detailed in this book, chess players everywhere... Struggling to think of more, which is depressing in itself.
Best regards to you all. It's good to know there are real people out there somewhere.
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I could do better than that-moment of the day The Film Council has awarded cash to four young scriptwriters who pitched their thriller, horror or comedy movie ideas in 25 words or less. Egomania by Paul Alexander and Simon Braithwaite - Hotshot young lawyer Michael Stark becomes so successful, so arrogant and so full of himself that his ego decides to go solo - with disastrous consequences. 12,500 GBP YAWN. The Cleaner by Peter Michael Rosenberg - When a crime scene cleaner haunted by his past uncovers evidence that suggests LAPD cops are working as assassins, he becomes their next target. 12,500 GBP Dirty Harry did it already Shoeless Joe by Andrew Clyde - A holiday of a lifetime across the desolate heart of the Australian outback turns into a living nightmare for five friends. 12,500 GBP Jenny Agutter did it already (Walkabout, Nic roeg. Still not yet outdone) Storage by Chris Denne and Matt Winn - Terror stalks a storage facility. Survival for those trapped inside depends on the secrets in those endless units. But some doors are better left locked. 5,000 GBP Oh, pur-leeeese. This is supposed to be a product of your IMAGINATION, not simple plagiarism. Fuck knows what the rest of the entries were like if these are the winners. Come on then! Let's have yours! Submissions for the science fiction, romantic or teen films round can be entered until 1 June 2003. As well as the 25 word pitch, writers have to provide a page synopsis of their idea, and ten pages of sample scenes from their proposed script.
We are not with you and we don't believe youPutin snubs Blair Which of the following world leaders comes from the 'seat of democracy'? And which from a militaristic isolationist police state with little respect for world opinion?* Putin:"Where is Saddam? Where are those arsenals of weapons of mass destruction, if indeed they ever existed? Perhaps Saddam is still hiding somewhere in a bunker underground, sitting on cases of weapons of mass destruction and is preparing to blow the whole thing up and bring down the lives of thousands of Iraqi people." "If the decision-making process in such a framework is democratic then that is something we could agree with, but if decisions are being made by just one member of the international community and all the others are required to support them that is something we could not find acceptable." Blair:"Getting agreement with the UN is important, and it is important we get a vital role for the UN, but we are not going back into the rigmarole we had the last time over the second UN resolution." That's called democracy Tone. It's about accepting the majority view. "Coalition forces prepared to accept a vital role for the UN, but are our colleagues on the security council prepared to accept that our soldiers having fought and died in respect of this war cannot simply hand Iraq to the sole charge of the UN while the coalition forces are there on the ground stabilising the situation." You sent them in, fucker. Why not hand Iraq to the UN? All you wanted to do was liberate, no? Or was it hunt for Saddam? Or WMD? Or OBL? You know, in all the confusion I forget myself. *Dogmatic viewpoint for the sake of emphasis.
Tuesday, April 29, 2003
Monday, April 28, 2003
Bliar warns Chirac on the future of EuropeTony Blair has issued a direct challenge to France's Jacques Chirac over the future of the transatlantic relationship by warning that the French president's vision of Europe as a rival to the US is dangerously destabilising. In a wide-ranging interview with the Financial Times, the prime minister foreshadows a continuing Anglo-French struggle about Europe's relationship with Washington. Mr Blair seeks to keep alive the prospect of British entry to the euro but he disavows any personal ambition to become president of the European Union. Though his personal relationship with Mr Chirac has improved since the bitter row over France's veto of a second United Nations resolution, Mr Blair is clear that the strategic divide that opened over Iraq has not been bridged. Meanwhile a new MORI poll for the FT reveals that 55 per cent of Britons regard France as the UK's least reliable ally, while 73 per cent view the US as the country's most reliable. The prime minister disassociated himself from those in Washington who have said that France should be "punished" for its opposition to the war with Iraq. He drew the limits of his own alliance with Washington by rejecting military intervention to halt the development of weapons of mass destruction in countries such as North Korea and Syria. Spelling out the damage that would be inflicted by Mr Chirac's vision of a "multipolar" world, he said: "I am not really interested in talk about punishing countries, but I think there is an issue that we have to resolve here between America and Europe and within Europe about Europe's attitude towards the transatlantic alliance. "I don't want Europe setting itself up in opposition to America . . . I think it will be dangerous and destabilising." France wanted a multipolar world with different centres of power, he said, but "I believe that they will very quickly develop into rival centres of power". [...] FT A multipolar world would mean that each power was balanced against the others. It would be difficult for a country expounding the virtues of human rights to flagrantly violate them without reprocussions. We can already see what a monopolar world, with America as the axis would look like; children held in detention camps on special "rightsless islands", pre emptive strikes against soverign states, decapitation attacks by remotely piloted drones, and a UN where its OK to use the veto "as long as we're the vetoer". No thanks motherfuckers. During the cold war, each side had to be at the very least, careful about destabilizing the balance of power. Without the need to do this as a matter of survival, literally ignorant people can cause havoc when they get into government. We need a bipolar world. A tripolar world would be too unstable; anyone who has studied Nonlinear phenomena knows how difficult it is to balance a three point pendulum system: A cold war style Europe (including Russia) VS America bipolar world, with the far east as the stomping ground for economic warfare is just what we need. It will keep everyone quiet, keep Gi Joe at home, and give everyone some real choices about how they want to live.
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