Wednesday, December 21, 2005

Got What He Deserved

This is a heartwarming story:

BLOEMFONTEIN, South Africa — A suspected mugger being chased by security guards met a grisly end after he fled into a zoo and climbed into the tiger enclosure.

His mauled body was discovered Sunday by a visitor to the zoo in this central Southern African city, prompting initial confusion as to how the man ended up in the enclosure.

Police said Wednesday the man and an accomplice had robbed a couple at knifepoint early Sunday. Security guards gave chase and one of the suspects jumped over the perimeter fence. He then apparently ran to the tiger's den in the middle of the zoo.

"What exactly happened we don't know and we won't ever know because the only person who could tell us is dead," police spokeswoman Else Gerber said.

She said there was an empty can of beer near the corpse and that the autopsy would reveal whether the man was intoxicated at the time.

Zoo officials have said the Bengal tigers will not be destroyed because they were blameless. The tigers had been fed on Saturday and so did not eat the man because they were not hungry, according to media reports.

Tuesday, December 20, 2005

Mexico Wall

This article illustrates why we have a problem with illegal immigration, and how illegals view the US. Mexicans believe it is their right to enter the US in a manner that completely ignores US laws as the below article illustrates.

Some of the quotes by Mexican workers in regards to proposed legislation that attempts to limit illegals are down right scary. One stated: "It isn't just a feeling of rejection. It's against what we see as part of our life, our culture, our territory." OUR TERRITORY! The foreign nationals believe they are entitled to enter the US at will, break our laws, and use our social services. Another said that the new legislation "could stem migration." That's exactly the point, dumbass!

Mexicans need to look no further than their own government for the source of their economic woes. It has been mired in corruption for decades and has failed to grow Mexico's pitiful economy to the point where now the number one source of Mexico's GDP is from Mexicans working in the US sending money back to Mexico (which, incidentally, directly takes money out of our economy, hurting our prosperity). The US may very well need some degree of foreign labor to keep our economic engine running smoothly. It is the sense of entitlement and lack of respect for the US legal system that really angers me in this article.
Read more here.

Sunday, December 18, 2005

King Kong

I loved it! This film is a masterpiece. Everyone should see this movie.
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