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On the morning of March 29, 2010, a pair of suicide bombers attacked two subway stations in Moscow, killing forty people, injuring countless others and filling the city with an ominous sense of dread. While Russia faced numerous attacks from insurgents in the early 2000s, the government had largely succeeded in containing the insurgency. Until last week, that is. And with the revelation that the bombers were young women, one 28 and the other 17, the manner in which terrorists are viewed had changed. Time magazine ran an article the other day explaining the phenomenon. Here’s an excerpt:
The image of the stereotypical jihadi — the masked or bearded zealot holding a Kalashnikov or wearing an explosive vest — suddenly morphed into a more ambivalent yet still terrifying menace. Experts say this was exactly the aim of the groups that supposedly recruited Dzhennet Abdurakhmanova, who, along with Maryam Sharipova, attacked two Metro stations in Moscow. Around the world, organizations like al-Qaeda are realizing that women can be far more effective than men at penetrating security checkpoints, making their attacks deeper and more lethal. Almost as important, a female face makes it harder to dismiss radical Islamism as simply evil. “We all have mothers. We all tend to idealize women as nonviolent,” says Anne Speckhard, who chairs a NATO expert group on the psychological and social aspects of terrorism. “When they commit acts of terror, people start asking themselves, ‘What would make a woman go there and do that?’ This is already a huge propaganda victory.” Speckhard adds, “If you put a woman into the role of carrying out violence — if you make her look like she’s bereaved, she’s suffering — you suddenly get your message across much more effectively.”
Last week, this article was sent to us by a loyal reader. If you’re too lazy to click on that link and read the whole thing, here’s an excerpt:
If you’re an avid online gamer chances are you sign onto, say, Xbox Live most nights and jump into a game of Modern Warfare or Gears of War with either your friends or some random players. I’m gonna go out on a limb here and say the majority of gamers you encounter are dudes, and probably immature dudes at that. What if you could pay a bit of cash to play Modern Warfare with an attractive girl? Or maybe relax with a casual game of checkers while you video chat with said female? A new social service launching tomorrow, March 23, called GameCrush (www.GameCrush.com) is hoping there are gamers out there willing to pay for the opportunity to play with girls.
“The eyes indicate the antiquity of the soul.” — Ralph Waldo Emerson
I’m not entirely sure what “antiquity” means, and I’m far too lazy to look it up, so we’ll just have to cross our fingers and hope that the above quote applies to the following article.
I’ve never watched The Bachelor. And, as someone who has, in the past, religiously watched such shows as Beverly Hills 90210, Melrose Place, Models Inc., Joe Millionaire and The Real World, I’d have no problem readily admitting it if I were, indeed, a viewer of The Bachelor. But, alas, I am not.
Victory with Victoria’s Secret.
Victory with Victoria’s Secret in a VIP cabana at the Viceroy.
Anyway, depending upon where you stand in your sex(less) life, it’s up to you to define this holiday overflowing with
lust love seduction opportunities. There are ways to slam dunk your Victoria’s Secret vixen during the V-day holiday, and there are definitely ways to airball. For instance, last V-Day in 2009, I was taken to Valentine’s Day brunch.
Brunch. That resonates, “He does have a girlfriend.”
On February 13, 2008, I ended up making V-Day dinner reservations at Chaya Brasserie in Beverly Hills via OpenTable.com myself.
The sky was gray and the wind was howling on Sunday, but it was a beautiful day nonetheless, as we football fans were treated to a pair of immensely entertaining games in the AFC and NFC Championships. While fans of the Jets and Vikings — plus every idiotic chick who roots for Brett Favre solely because he’s so dreamy — may be disappointed, this past weekend’s winners (the Saints and the Colts) are high-scoring and evenly-matched and could potentially put on a Super Bowl for the ages.
The other night, I spent the evening at the home of a lovely young lady with shoulder-length blonde hair and an adorable smile. After a delicious dinner, we settled in for some prime-time television, then eventually headed to bed. After she dozed off, most likely from sheer sexual exhaustion, I slid over to her computer to find something to watch on Netflix.com.
I scanned my instant queue for a moment before finally settling on Big Fan, a film that was released last year starring comedian Patton Oswalt as a die-hard New York Giants fan, the type that paints his face and religiously calls in to sports talk shows.