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  • kc 8:20 am on February 25, 2008 Permalink |
    Tags: government wisdom, Inflicting pain for fun and profit, information gathering, not-torture, water baording, waterboarding   

    Water Boarding not Torture! 

    It seems that in the infinite wisdom of the American government, water boarding is not torture!

    This is great news! Not only that but unless that pain is equivalent to organ failure or death, then nothing is torture. The great thing about this measurement is, that the people who experience organ failure usually die and those that die just are not saying if it hurts or not. So barring killing someone your punishments are fair game everyone.

    I can’t wait to hear about the first principal of a high school that water boards a student to find out why he cut class. “I wasn’t torturing little Billy. It was tough love. We just needed the information of were he was so we know that he wasn’t in any danger. Any loving parent would use this technique. Our government would not use this technique if it was amoral or wrong in any way,” is what he would say.

    Why am I still here writing this when I could be out not-torturing coworkers? So long for now, and I will try to brainstorm on some technique that don’t felt like organ failure or death!

     
  • kc 8:07 am on February 25, 2008 Permalink |
    Tags: American Airlines 1 customer 0, American Airlines Deaths, Death from Above, What Oxygen?   

    Advice 

    Here is some advice for everyone who plans on flying American Airlines.  Don’t have a heart attack, or anything that requires oxygen or a defib unit.   Apparently, if you are uncomfortable and having trouble breathing, oxygen is too much to ask for on this airline.  Even though, they state that the masks above are attached to oxygen, they strictly refuse to give up any of the precious gas.  Carine Desir, asked for oxygen twice in the midst of struggling for breath and the airline attended, or steward/stewardess if you will, refused the dying woman, not once, but twice.   Then when they finally decided to give her assistance they brought her an empty hand held oxygen tank, seemingly taunting to poor woman.  This also, was something that happened twice.   Then when it appeared that this was not a silly act and she collapsed to the floor, the American Airline agents box out the “box” that resemble a defibulator that also didn’t work.  I think someone really needs to clue the airline in that medical equipment should be functional not just for show.

    In parting, if you are flying on American Airlines and you decide that you do wish to have health problems, you should think about you last words that you wish to share with the world, because, “I can’t breathe,” is just not to screen worthy.

     
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