Just goes to show that every coin has another side, in this case one with Mitch's profile and on the obverse mine. For the past several days there have been many eulogies for these men, which they richly deserve I'm sure. Yet more deaths in this endless conflict.
Keep in mind that not a day passes without scores/hundreds of other deaths from this conflict ( and yes I now inject some dirty international politics, deaths from weaponry proudly proclaiming that this bullet/drone was " Made in the USA" ) Countless deaths of innocent humans who do not offer us a warm and fuzzy "personal connection" who are most certainly not "kindred spirits", who have no idea what a Half Life is except for experiencing it in a most literal way.
Maybe UBM can put up another discussion board where we humanize the day's death toll, get their names out there, try our best at pronunciation etc. see what video games they liked. Pong?
It certainly does seem tough to gauge what's happening in any area of the Middle East. It's a complex region with many factions. As in America, the voices that cry the loudest aren't necessarily representative of on-the-ground views and reality.
I think it's really hard to know what's happening right now. Certainly, American support for removing Gadafi seemed welcome, but there may well be large factions who don't care about it, or even opposed it.
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