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Thursday, March 02, 2006

The Costs of War

Check out these vivid examples: for the same $315 billion, over 71 million people could have received comprehensive health care (36 million are currently uninsured); 61 million students could receive university scholarships; nearly 5 million workers could be employed as port container inspectors (only 6 percent of the 9 million containers arriving annually are currently inspected); or every child in the world could be given basic immunizations for the next 80 years...



Personal News
I've given up masturbation for Lent.

What? It's a Catholic thing?

Huh, guess I'm not.

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