Absolute Moral Authority

Because plain old moral authority just wasn’t good enough — a mesablue production

Archive for July 13th, 2007

I Love This Woman!

Posted by Wickedpinto on July 13, 2007

Allah has a link to an interview with Ayaan Hirsi Ali.

FRIGGEN AWESOME! 

I especially like the part where the interviewer treats her like some quaint little creature who just crawled out of a propoganda school to spout cliche’s, only to be on the recieving end of this quote.

“You grew up in freedom, and you can spit on freedom because you don’t know what it is not to have freedom.”

Which is friggen AWESOME!

And she’s . . . I wouldn’t say hot, but definately there is something VERY adorable about her.

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The Great Flood of 2007

Posted by mesablue on July 13, 2007

I survived the Chicago Flood of 1992.

Little did I know that just fifteen years later, I would be faced with another inundation of the deadly dihydrogen monoxide.


Disaster on I-96

LIVONIA — A freakishly massive water main break stranded motorists atop cars Thursday, closed I-96 for hours and prompted water shortage worries in the western suburbs.


‘It came like a geyser’


It started when a crack appeared in the main along the eastbound I-96 service drive, Schoolcraft Road. The pipe is reinforced with steel and concrete, but burst just 1½ miles away in 2003, said Terrence King, assistant director of the Detroit Water and Sewerage Department.


Pumping at 120 pounds per square inch, the water blew a 15-by-15-foot hole in the service drive, sending a fast-moving waterfall onto eastbound Interstate 96. Within 90 minutes, both directions of the interstate were closed.


“It started to bleed up from the ground,” said Tim Richards, a water and sewer supervisor for Livonia.


“The concrete buckled, and it came up like a geyser — 3 feet tall and 10 to 12 feet in diameter. The water came cascading down onto the freeway within minutes. It was deep enough that cars couldn’t drive and the freeway was completely inundated within a half hour.”


Passer-by Jordan Gray, 18, of Livonia witnessed the chaos from Schoolcraft and Middle Belt.


“I saw water seeping through the cracks in the barrier and there was a Jeep, Pontiac and a Saturn stuck in the water,” he said. “All you could see of that Saturn was the roof of the car.”


King maintained that crews erected cones and other barriers that stranded motorists ignored.


“These people were determined to go around the barricades and went into the water,” he said


The horror.

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