Tuesday, March 25, 2003


Need comforting in these trying times?
Rudy of Woolworthy
are ready to comfort you lots.

Old school rock and/or roll attitude
mixed with only the finest selections
from yesterday, today and tomorrow.

TONIGHT, Tuesday March 25, 2002
Free PBR from 9-10pm
Free CDs and DVDs courtesy Capitol/EMI all night long

Brand new and unreleased stuff from
Grandaddy, The Assassins, The Yeah Yeah Yeahs,
Blur, The Wrens, Crooked Fingers, Cursive,
The D4, The Bad Plus, Longwave, Damone, The Libertines,
Ryan Adams and the Pink Hearts, The Cells,
Holopaw, Echoboy, Mellowdrone, Idlewild
and all the usual older harder rockin' stuff...


Every Tuesday.
Only at Ten56.

1056 N Damen
Chicago, IL

Now this is interesting.

This was reported by DEBKAfile today:

Away from the main arena, a small yet illuminating scene played out just across the Iraqi border Monday morning. Syria complained that a stray American missile had struck a bus killing five civilians and injuring ten.

According to DEBKAfile’s military sources, the only true fact in this terse account was that the bus was Syrian. The missile was no stray. It was deliberately fired from an F-15 fighter-bomber at a bus carrying armed Palestinian volunteers to join up with Iraqi forces, in order to make sure this was the last such Palestinian group of volunteers for Iraq. That F-15 made a piece of history; it carried out the first American air attack on a combatant Palestinian group. More will certainly be heard of this episode.

Keep in mind that DEBKAfile itself is a Jewish based web-site so this piece of reporting could be a bit suspect. However if this is fact then that really does open up a whole new can of worms as far as US involvelement in the Palestinian crisis is concerned.

No comments: