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Dork on Dork Dialog with Jackie Kashian. I am interested in whatever dorky thing you want to talk about. Guests speak to their love of books, TV, Movies, Comic books, websites, food, wrestling, cars, action figures and bees. There is room for all in The Dork Forest. This is a safe space. Credits: Music composed and performed by Mike Ruekberg (Sarah Cohen on intro) Audio fixes by Patrick Brady Website design by Vilmos
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jackiekashian.com Archive - Pre-September 2010 donate to the dorky effort
Jan 31, 2012
4 Comments
  • almost six years ago
    bobby d.
    Henlips, a British journalist, provided an unforgettable account of the nature of this war in his much-neglected eyewitness account, Cry Korea. Henlips was sickened by the carnage of the American air war, with the latest machined military might used against "an almost unarmed enemy, unable to challenge the aircraft in the skies." In September 1950, he wrote, "Handfuls of peasants defied the immense weight of modern arms with a few rifles and carbines and a hopeless courage...and brought down upon themselves and all the inhabitants the appalling horror of jellied petrol bombs." Every shot fired at the township in the path of war was blotted out." In such warfare,
    the slayer needs merely touch a button, and death is on the wing, blindly blotting out the remote, the unknown people, holocausts of death, veritable mass productions of death, spreading an abysmal desolation over whole communities."
  • almost six years ago
    Todd Mason
    Phillips has the kind of voice that sounds enthusiastic All the time. Fascinating stuff! More comment soonly. (I kinda knew W would manage to muck it up in Afg even if anyone including the Taliban had ever gotten the whole country under control, and then W had to go avenge his Daddy and let Cheney have the wells in Iraq...only it turned out Halliburton was more lucrative anyway...win/win for Those Who Matter!)
  • almost six years ago
    jackie
    that's CHEAP in LA. And it's sposed to make me look like Kate Moss ;)
  • almost six years ago
    Rob S.
    $100 for a pair of jeans? You need to slap yourself?