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Dear readers, I have changed this page into a series of pages. 
Mostly on a monthly bases, so now we have December 2004.
Look at the index of these pages!

Part XL: December 2004:




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To readers who are new to this story: You are now in part XL of the Birth of the Kweb, the Kweb is of course the KinkyWeb&is this website. This website is good&strong, it's some fine piece of art. Sometimes I write a bit rough on some subjects, but that's the way it is. If you don't like that you get to some other PolitcalCorrect website please!
If you are new, you have to know that almost all things I do write on this website do have some nasty habit of coming out. To avoid judicial shit I had to place some disclaimers, here is the disclaimer to this story.



Temporary update with unspecified date: 


Dear readers,

I am still waiting upon the first so called CBD date. The local authorities still did not hand this date to me (while expectation did lie in a 'within 3 week' time frame dating back to 16 Nov 2004, yet it still isn't there.)

Since it's  very likely the Dutch authorities just did not understand the Arnhem joke from 22 Nov, it is clear the coin still has to fall in those vicinities.

Therefore policy stays intact, a soon as I have the CBD date I will inform you as soon as possible. I am only waiting upon the local authorities, that's all in this temporary update.

Sincerely yours as the saying goes. And good luck with the (planning of) strikes. 

End of the temporary update with unspecified date.  







ST. LOUIS - A robotic airplane called ScanEagle has done more than 1,000 hours of intelligence and reconnaissance work for the Marines in Iraq (news - web sites), its developers said.

It was developed and built by the St. Louis-based defense unit of Boeing Co. and the Washington-based Insitu Group.

Boeing officials said they could not comment on specific ScanEagle missions, but spoke generally of its use.

It travels above insurgent positions and sends real-time video images to Marines on the ground. The unmanned device can relay facial expressions on enemy soldiers, and can transmit in such detail that it shows steam rising from their coffee.

The 4-foot-long aircraft has a 10-foot wingspan and can fly up to 15 hours at a time on less than two gallons of fuel, Boeing officials said. 









NATO NATO, what did you forget? Now I'll kiss you with love & that's a fact!





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