"We should have done it the first time."
Maybe you shouldn't have installed him as a dictator in the first place. Halabja and all other atrocities were not a problem, you kept on arming the guy. Until his fuse blew and invaded Kuwait, that was a no-no. Why? Oil.
Reminds of an old Jewish joke:
- Aaron, what are you doing with that globe?
- I've had enough. I am going away, looking for a suitable country.
Half an hour later comes back, globe is nowhere to be seen.
- Have you found one?
- No, I ordered a new globe.
Spatial navigation! No other browser has that. You can use shift+arrow keys to navigate through the links. Simple, but a big reason for me not to change to firefox. I even endured a period of incredible instability on the linux version couple of years ago - the recent versions have been rock-solid.
meatron writes: Many towns in Turkey use a centralized electronic system for calls to prayer ("ezan") five times a day. In the blacksea coast town Rize, someone hacked the system, 170 mosques were playing songs mainly by the great musician Zeki Müren for more then 5 minutes. The mufti was shocked, he is talking about sabotage. Details in Turkish.