My mom can't turn on a Dell laptop but a genocidaire has his own URL. Radovan Karazdic, the Serbian politician responsible for the Srebrenica massacre, was captured Monday after walking freely for a decade through the streets of Belgrade disguised as a Zen Karl Marx called Dr. Dragan Dabic. Karazdic is a trained psychologist and fancies himself a poet, so it makes sense, albeit in a sick, macabre way, that he spent a goodly portion of his time in non-hiding as an alternative medicine guru in a Serbian clinic and a contributor to a magazine called Healthy Life. Also, according to one young acquaintance Maja Djelic, bitching about his no-frills website. (Disturbing Chinese proverbs quoted on it include "The one who gives up his own, should dig two graves.") It's like happening upon Eichmann's MySpace or Saddam's Twitter. The inevitable "He seemed like such a sweet mass murdering revanchist" quote below:
An emailer recalls an epic adventure, involving a certain candidate whose heroism under fire we've all come to respect: "I remember back in 1978 when I was in Airborne School at Ft. Benning. We were on our night jump, the last before we would graduate and get our coveted wings. Once again, I was scared to death and just wanted it all to be over. I could smell the acrid sweat from the men in my stick as they waited behind me. Whatever had possessed me to volunteer for this?
Remember when Hillary Clinton told that crazy lie about flying into Bosnia with Sinbad and evading sniper fire and killer robots or something, and it turned out she just stepped off a plane and heard a poem from a little girl? The New York Post finally tracked down that little girl, who is now 20. And they took a hilarious photo of her looking serious and holding up the poem. Headline: "FROM BAD TO VERSE FOR HILL." What does that even mean? The little girl was just confused by Senator Clinton's crazy story of snipers and werewolves so the Post found some random other Bosnians who were outraged, angered, and disappointed. Representative quotes: