As everyone has probably heard by now, today brought about a rash of terrorist attacks on key U.S. structures. We've been covering it all day in school, and it seems like everyone is sitll slightly in shock. I'm sure the analysis will go on for weeks, and I'm not sure if the festivities are over yet, but i think i will dispense my two cents. It's times like this when I wish I keep up with world politics, I don't know why anyone would want to do it, or what the motives would be behind it. It's a cowardly act by most measures, but proabably something that will become more and more common in the years to come. By most measures, there will not be a third world war. If there is a third world war, the fourth world war will probably be fought with sticks and stones. Terroristic attacks will proabably become the rule instead of the exception, as will small, low level skirmishes scattered over multiple locations. Then again, I may be wrong.
god i hate school sometimes. Here i am in the computer lab, practicing an excercize in futility. I'm compleating my packet for an internet liscence. An internet liscence that i recived in eighth grade, but now have to re-apply for now that i'm a senior. What, I forgot how to use the internet? Now that I'm a senior I'm going to be thumbing through porn sites on the school's dime? I guess i just don't understand it. Sometimes the face of american education is a scary one.