Wednesday, August 30, 2006

Deadly Forces

Deadly Force, indeed.

Some serious carnage occurred in my hood and surrounding hoods, yesterday as someone went beserk and ran over 14 pedestrians in his SUV.

You've got to understand that SF is a pedestrian town. People don't drive every where like they do in the rest of the country. When you do drive in the city it is like th 20th level of some video game as you are constantly searching for people stepping into the street. So, if you want to go ape shit and do some damage in a car, it ain't really hard. See below:

Up to 14 hurt in SF hit-and-run spree / 7 critical:

"The victims of Tuesday's hit-and-run carnage were men and women, old and young, black, white and Asian. One was on a bike, the rest on foot.

They were mowed down in at least 11 locations in San Francisco. The lone fatality was in Fremont, a 54-year-old man hit as he walked along a bike lane in an area without sidewalks.

At least 14 people were sent to the hospital."

Yesterday I noted that Iran's President challenged Shrub-a-dub to a debate. Here is a preview of these 2 deadly forces debating the most important topics according to the MSM:

Sneak Preview: Ahmadinejad vs. Bush:
BUSH: Read my lips: Fergie's solo project, the smash single 'London Bridge,' will go down as the summer's freedom anthem of '06.

AHMADINEJAD: Without the backing support of the powerful Black Eyed Peas, Fergie, like the lapdog Tony Blair, warbles off-key to herself as the world ignores her abyss of talent.

Faux News' rating have met a deadly force. People turning that crap off their TVs:

Fox News' Ratings Take a Nosedive:
"Somewhere, Keith Olbermann is sticking pins in a Bill O'Reilly voodoo doll: Fox News' ratings, TVNewser reports, are down since August of last year. Like, way down. Like down 28 percent in primetime among all viewers, down 20 percent in primetime in the 'money demo' (viewers aged 25-54) and down 7 percent in daytime viewership overall. In fact, the only place Fox is up is during the day, when they managed a ratings increase of just 2 percent, and even then only in the money demo."

The deadly force that is religion doesn't seem to mystically reside in our brains.

No 'God Spot' in the Human Brain:
The human brain does not contain a single 'God spot' responsible for mystical and religious experiences, a new study finds.

The deadliest of the deadly forces. I'm sure they'll be a movie with Bruce Willis on this scenario soon. Check your local listings:

Black Holes: The Deadliest Force in the Universe:
"Aug. 28, 2006 — Imagine a black hole swallowing Earth, ending life in an instant. It's not only the stuff of pulp sci-fi novels but, scientists say, a looming possibility."

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