Archive for April, 2014

PAKISTANI JUSTICE

Saturday, April 19th, 2014

Pakistani Justice, a true news story.

Musa Khan was among a group of people involved in a dispute with Pakistani police in Lahore. Police showed up in the neighborhood because some people had illegal power lines, allowing them to have electricity in their homes without paying for it, a common practice in Pakistan. When police disconnected those lines, fights broke out between residents and cops. It was a brawl involving about 30 residents and crowds of Pakistani police. Fists and clubs were flying and police charged numerous people, including Musa Khan with attempted murder.
The cops hauled him into the police station, fingerprinted him and took him to court where bail was set. But a judge subsequently dismissed the charges. Musa Kahn is nine months old.

A Few Thoughts

Thursday, April 10th, 2014

 

If at first you don’t succeed, destroy all the evidence that you tried.

Never put off until tomorrow what you can get someone else to do for you today.

If the shoe fits, buy the other one, too.

Make sure brain is in gear before operating mouth.

The day after tomorrow is the second day of the rest of your life.

If all the politicians in America stood in a single line, it would stretch around the world. And many of them would drown.

Never eat what you can’t pronounce.

Originality is the art of being the first one to do it again.