Tuesday, September 11, 2007

Sad Legacy

Six years ago a few sad men ruined everyone's day.

Six years on, and the legacy of those few sad men is perpetuated at every Iraqi checkpoint, in every minute spent in an airport baggage inspection queue, and in every inconvenience inflicted on the locals when the high and mighty get together for a chin-wag.

They claim that the sad men's patrons would like to continue their work but, while the voices of authority carry on like this, do they need to? Only when the lockdown is removed.

There's the irony.

A bit of lateral thinking on this subject is more than overdue.


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