Saturday, 16 July 2005

thank you terror, thank you disillusionment...

So, there I was, busy trying to carry out the second part of my "six degrees of blogeration" exercise (name courtesy of Di)... if the first bit was going six clicks away from your own blog using only the links on sidebars, then the second bit was trying to find your way back home via a different route.

Tom's right. Turns out that there *are* more than 50 blogs in the world... and by the looks of it, I'll have to look at all of them before I find my way back.

Anyway.

In the course of my wanderings, I found ThankYouTony.com: a site to thank Prime Minister Tony Blair for his Support of the American Actions in Iraq.....

Here are a few of the messages left --- which are bound up in a book each week and sent to Downing Street:

"You have our heartfelt thanks, Mr. Blair.
P.S. On a lighter note: My wife has shifted her home decorating tastes from French Country to English Country in the aftermath of the war." California, USA

"We'll never travel to France again. Instead, London and Scotland are on this summer's itinerary." Florida, USA

"If you get too tired of the harassment of your countrymen, pack a bag, bring your family, and resettle in the United States as an honorary citizen. You’d be recognized as a true hero." New York, USA

"The U.S. and U.K. helped Europe during WW1 and WW2. Europe could pay us back by at least giving their support in the fight for freedom in Iraq, especially France. It just shows us who real friends in this world are." United Kingdom

"For a liberal, you are OK with me." Massachussets, USA

and so on, and so on...

Doesn't it make you proud?

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