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Just want to say hello to everybody and hope you and your love ones are doing well.. I have been busy with school and I have been on and off here during the week.. damn firefox browser keeps crashing on me so I am going to uninstall the bloody thing and reinstall it fully without any upgrade crap... blah, blah, blah.. Have a wonderful weekend!! :D Take care always!! :D Jeremy

I have a gut feeling that this person who has this page is not true to his words...I went to his page and it felt very negative... What a sad person!! It's up to you.. Jeremy monk

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Good night from someone who's been quiet for a while.. :D I'll make more noise next time.. *wink* :D Jeremy
By SETH BORENSTEIN, AP Science Writer Sun Apr 15, 8:48 AM ET WASHINGTON - Global warming poses a "serious threat to America's national security" with terrorism worsening and the U.S. will likely be dragged into fights over water and other shortages, top retired military leaders warn in a new report. Joining calls already made by scientists and environmental activists, the retired U.S. military leaders, including the former Army chief of staff and President Bush's former chief Middle East peace negotiator, called on the U.S. government to make major cuts in emissions of gases that cause global warming. The report warned that in the next 30 to 40 years there will be wars over water, increased hunger instability from worsening disease and rising sea levels and global warming-induced refugees. "The chaos that results can be an incubator of civil strife, genocide and the growth of terrorism," the 35-page report predicted. "Climate change exacerbates already unstable situations," former U.S. Army chief of staff Gordon Sullivan told Associated Press Radio. "Everybody needs to start paying attention to what's going on. I don't think this is a particularly hard sell in the Pentagon. ... We're paying attention to what those security implications are." Gen. Anthony "Tony" Zinni, Bush's former Middle East envoy, said in the report: "It's not hard to make the connection between climate change and instability, or climate change and terrorism." The report was issued by the Alexandria, Va.-based, national security think-tank The CNA Corporation and was written by six retired admirals and five retired generals. They warned of a future of rampant disease, water shortages and flooding that will make already dicey areas such as the Middle East, Asia and Africa even worse. "Weakened and failing governments, with an already thin margin for survival, foster the conditions for internal conflicts, extremism and movement toward increased authoritarianism and radical ideologies," the report said. "The U.S. will be drawn more frequently into these situations." In a veiled reference to Bush's refusal to join an international treaty to cut greenhouse gas emissions, the report said the U.S. government "must become a more constructive partner" with other nations to fight global warming and cope with its consequences. The Bush administration has declined mandatory emission cuts in favor of voluntary methods. Other nations have committed to required reductions that kick in within a few years. "We will pay for this one way or another," wrote Zinni, former commander of U.S. Central Command. "We will pay to reduce greenhouse gas emissions today, and we'll have to take an economic hit of some kind. Or we will pay the price later in military terms. And that will involve human lives. There will be a human toll." Top climate scientists said the report makes sense and increased national security risk is a legitimate global warming side-effect. The report is "pretty impressive," but may be too alarmist because it may take longer than 30 years for some of these things to happen, said Stanford scientist Terry Root, a co-author of this month's international scientific report on the effects of global warming on life on Earth. But the instability will happen sometime, Root agreed. "We're going to have a war over water," Root said. "There's just not going to be enough water around for us to have for us to need to live with and to provide for the natural environment." University of Victoria climate scientist Andrew Weaver said the military officers were smart to highlight the issue of refugees who flee unstable areas because of global warming. "There will be tens of millions of people migrating, where are we going to put them?" Weaver said. Weaver said that over the past years, scientists, who by nature are cautious, have been attacked by conservative activists when warning about climate change. This shows that it's not a liberal-conservative issue, Weaver said.
This whole week has been very busy and my stepfather is back into the hospital...I don't know what's wrong with him now. Hopefully on Friday, I can relax and take my brain out of my head..I do hope everybody has had a wonderful week!! Take care always!! Jeremy
I felt like throwing this title up just for the heck of it.. :D
William Shakespeare, Sonnet I FROM fairest creatures we desire increase, That thereby beauty's rose might never die, But as the riper should by time decease, His tender heir might bear his memory: But thou, contracted to thine own bright eyes, Feed'st thy light'st flame with self-substantial fuel, Making a famine where abundance lies, Thyself thy foe, to thy sweet self too cruel. Thou that art now the world's fresh ornament And only herald to the gaudy spring, Within thine own bud buriest thy content And, tender churl, makest waste in niggarding. Pity the world, or else this glutton be, To eat the world's due, by the grave and thee.
I'm in a somewhat of an interesting situation. Well it started when my uncle past away in early 06 and left his frequent flier miles to my mother. Well she started to use them and she got me a flight to Europe... It's towards Madrid but it won't be until October 17 of this year. I have 6 weeks to do almost anything in Europe but I don't know where to start. I know it is early but I would very much indeed like to start plaining this before it is too late. What would you recommend?
I'm far more awake today then I was yesterday.. I just hope things are well with everyone of you... Take care, Jeremy
My hopes, thoughts and prayers are with everybody!! Take care everybody and tomorrow my brain should be more active than it is right now.. :) Jeremy
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