Two New Pieces of Information First of all, the stunt man I mentioned in my last post wants everyone to know that he can do office filing too. I have witnessed his filing and yes, he knows the alphabet.
Second, I was listening to NPR the other day, and I learned something quite amazing. This important piece of information was later repeated on The Daily Show. Are you ready? This could really change everything.
According to President Bush, Iran is NOT Iraq.
Boy, glad he cleared that up.
It might seem like they are the same country. They're right next to each other, and both their names start with I-R-A. However, Iran is not Iraq.
Consequently, I believe we can safely say that Iraq is not Iran.
The President did not seem to go into much detail as to what Iran is (as opposed to is not). Perhaps it was because he was in Europe, and he knew (like many Americans who go to Europe) that the only way to speak to Europeans is to speak English slowwwwly with simple words and the occasional gesture.
Remember Reagan's 'Mr Gorbachev, tear down that wall.' Reagan said it in English. But is 'tear down that wall' really that much different from 'Iran is not Iraq'? Okay, one is a command and one is a sentence in the passive tense.
But enough of all this word play. Iran is not Iraq. Now I know.