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comes as no surprise we're destabilized
we can be together, c'mon all you people standing ...
you don't want to feel how hollowtips feel
The morning paper's ink stains my fingers: CCCXXXV...
this is why, this is why, this is why
you are, you conceited bastard
by pressing on a special key
The morning paper's ink stains my fingers: CCCXXXI...
maybe the last time, i don't know
Irony is for suckers
Monday, May 21, 2007
on the streets, that's where we meet:
My piece from Baghdad for The Nation is out in the June 4 issue. Matt asks about the wisdom of divorcing the mechanics of training Iraqi security forces from the political development that training is supposed to support. Lo and behold, that's what the piece highlights.
Spencer, I have a quick journalism question for you. In your reporting and in all nearly all other reporting I have seen, it is extremely difficult to determine the location that you are reporting about. In this article your first paragraph talks about Khadimiya in Baghdad, on the west bank of the river.