Saddam Caught In Flagrante Destructo


U.N. inspectors on Thursday found 11 empty chemical warheads in "excellent" condition at an ammunition storage area where they were inspecting bunkers built in the late 1990s, a U.N. spokesman reported.

See? I was right to stick up for Hans Blix!

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  1. I find it hard to believe that Blix had anything to do with it. If anything, Iraq let them find the warheads in an effort to extend the inspections and delay military action.

  2. This is either (a) the second time they’ve found bio/chem warheads, or (b) the small amount of proscribed recreational pharamceuticals I ingested in the early 90s made me see the future.

    Given my track record with my 401k choices, I’m going for (a).

  3. I still think “Hans Blix” sounds like a 007 arch-nemesis.

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