Sunday, December 31, 2006

Saddam Hussein

... is dead.

Angela Merkel indirectly criticizes the execution: We respect the judgment, but it is well-known that the federal government is against capital punishment. I wish the Iraqi people a path in peace without violence.

A Mr Ronald Balter on NYT's comment section: Saddam was convicted of executing people who tried to violently overthrow his government. I believe the penalty under American Law for violently trying to overthrow the government is also death. So Saddam was basically executed for doing what the American government would do in a similar circumstance, because he denied the revolutionaries Due Process.

David Elliot of the National Coalition to Abolish the Death Penalty called the execution pictures "ghoulish" and said in a phone interview that they are "more determined than ever to abolish the death penalty. It's not a question of whether it will happen, it's a question of when."

Amnesty International called the trail a fundamentally flawed process: Political interference undermined the independence and impartiality of the court, causing the first presiding judge to resign and blocking the appointment of another, and the court failed to take adequate measures to ensure the protection of witnesses and defence lawyers.

Sunday, December 24, 2006




  1. 工廠中,在動物出生後被困在細小的空間無法轉身。為求保証產量,餵食不明來歷的死屍和特別飼料使其快速生長或不停生蛋、產奶。被運到屠場的路上可能沒有食物食水。
  2. 動物在人類的住家中每天自由生活。食物是"human grade"的肉類和菜。就地屠宰。



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Thursday, December 21, 2006


前幾星期將亞妹捉了去做手術,上星期總算可以拆線不用扮What's Michael了。不過拆線後她原本已很充沛的精力好像更充沛了,整天不停跑來跑去…



Wednesday, December 20, 2006

English Courses

Photo was taken last month in somewhere in Tai Koo Shing.

Why can't someone spell when they are teaching, or trying to teach, English?

Saturday, December 09, 2006

Saturday, December 02, 2006