:: Thursday, 24 April 2003 ::
From Andrea Harris, this line: On the internet, no one can hear you scream, but they can see things about your character that you probably didn't intend to reveal.
Now the post is all about a back and forth over the looting business at the National Museum in Baghad. I for one reckon the American forces in Baghdad had the capacity to protect that spot and did not use their capacity to protect it until after it had been hit. But hey, the plunderers are the real villains. And the Americans are at fault for not preventing the plunderers' actions of plundering.
Someone do a stocktake of what's left in the museum, and from the museum but elsewhere in Iraq, so we can work out what stuff has to be recovered from the plunderers.
I am thinking a team of Italian and Spanish shopkeepers can do this job in a weekend.
:: WB 6:52 am [link+] ::