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Armchair theorist, poet, and occasional IT manager, Sascha B. is equipped with a Master's Degree in Middle Eastern Studies from the University of Texas, and is not afraid to use it. His work has been published by the University Press of America, Edwin Mellen Press, University of Texas Press, and a variety of small journals nationwide. He is also the proprietor and baker for 3141 Pie, of which you should eat many.

The Deal

I stopped blogging in 2013, when life overtook me. My father became ill and died shortly thereafter, and my mother was left with increasing dementia. I became the primary caregiver, and now orchestrate my mother's care and our family estate.

Now, I am coming up for air again.

Looking for the next book to read. All suggestions welcome.

My reading list is over here.







Tuesday, August 02, 2005

News Flash

How many people will read this, on top of all the other garbage?
"Prime Minister Marek Belka, whose country has been a close U.S. ally since the invasion of Iraq, said the United States and its allies made a mistake by basing its postwar plan for Iraq on the same model used for Germany after World War II.

'It failed totally,' Belka said at a panel discussion on nation-building at an international forum in Sweden. 'Many mistakes, major mistakes, have been committed.'"
Checked Out, Giving Up.

Bolton. Fahd. Shuttle. Novak. G-SAVE. Sudan. Iraq.

Don't care. Don't care. Don't care. Don't care. Don't care. Don't care.