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I had a terrible headache today due to a caffeine withdrawal but it suddenly got better when I heard the big news at noon in the New York Times website. It's really unfortunate to see a fellow Sun Tzu reader go but sometimes things happen for the best. I personally wish him the best. :thzup:
09-12-07, 02:21 PM
I am catching up on old threads. Who is this fellow Sun Tzu reader at New York Times ?
Ok, now I am curious as well. Can you please enlighten us Sonshi as to who the reader at the NYT's is please.
He was a key part of the conservative brain trust. It looks like he is going back to teaching from what I could glean from the internet. Probably not the best time for him as the electorate is most likely going into it's democratic cycle. Not the best time to be a consevative/rebublican.
Karl was a smart man who could've done a lot better for the American people applying Sun Tzu's principles. It's never too late however.
On Monday after Greenspan finishes with what he thinks about the Republicans and their leadership on the question of fiscal policies and their pocketbooks, they'd probably want to get back to safer topics. You know, like Iraq.
Yesterday on my way to the airport, I saw this morbidly overweight man wearing a T-shirt that said, "Liberals are ignorant." That's an oxymoron. Liberals can't be ignorant because they always have an open mind. They listen. They empathize. They change. As this man drove away in his Chevy Cavalier I thought to myself what a sad person he must be. He needs more friends.
Stories about redemption are always popular in our culture and equally applicable to the man with the ridiculous message on his shirt to someone like Karl Rove. There's usually an opportunity to do better if one has the will to attempt some kind of better thought or action.
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