Absolute Dan
Sunday, July 17, 2005
Of Today
The War on Global Terror
US Mass Transit Considerations and Misconsiderations (A.P. "Transit remarks upsets New York")
Head of DHS, Sec. Michael Chertoff, said Friday that money should be a consideration when prioritizing how much to spend where. A plane carying 3000 thousand people should be secured first because it can kill 3000 people. A train carying 30 people should be in a lower spending priority. Following this reasoning, "(article quote) cities will have to pay to protect trains and buses because airplanes are a higher priority."
To this, officials expressed their astonishment and disapointment. Understandably so, but misplaced.
When Dana Kauffman, Washington Metro Board Chairwoman, is saying "Is he saying to his own people, 'Good luck?'", she is expressing a most sectorial concern, one which should not be voiced by an official. Should the Government care for "his own", first? I think not! The Government is to care for all in the most intelligent manner possible and if there is not enough money, then it should spend where most efficient. When BART of San Francisco spokesman says that officials were "very disapointed" and "completely stunned" by Chertoff's comments, he is missing this point.
I and everyone, wishes that all and everything is protected in the same way, and if NYC is a city more proned to terror attacks because it is perceived as a US symbol, then it should be protected by Federal money, but sadly, there is not enough of it.

US Supreme Court
Chief Justice Rehnquist
I wonder. Due respect to the person in question, should not the health circumstances in which such a highly put official finds himself, be of a grave concern for all and for himself, too? Isn't chemotherapy a very hard and demanding medical process? It is, we know it is. Doesn't his health have the possibility of impairing his ability to conduct a valuable and rational consideration of the cases which he weighs? The Chief Justice is 80 years old. While wishing him a good health and a long life, when combining the two factors, his health situation and his age, shouldn't he consider resignation? I think he should.

"Talk to her", a movie by Almodovar
I loved it. I loved the way Almodovar is portraying the love and the affections between different individuals, all on the verge of the extreme. A man accepts the deep affection of another man for him, without protesting, while showing deep friendship and understanding for this man, even when this man is imprisoned because of what he did to a woman in his care, who is in a permanent vegetative state. Almodovar does not judge, does not point fingers, he does not show bias. In his book, men cry openly, unabashed. In his book, women, while living in a machoistic society and loving as only a woman loves, can and do fight bulls.
I loved his way of playing with dancing. In two such scenes, in the beginning and the end of the movie, the dances and the dancers are simply moving.
See it. Five stars. Very highly recommended.

Today's item
Hospice in Prison (Knight Ridder, "Prison hospice a great outlet for inmate growth, reflection")
Inmates in prisons can volunteer to be caregivers for other inmates who are terminally ill. This happens at a NJ state prison and at other five PA ones.
Says Christian, a caregiver in such a hospice "This is exactly what I needed to change my chracter ... to focus on others, not me."
Joanne Anderson, a social worker who trains the caregivers, says that she can see the changes in them within weeks.
A caregiving convicted killer says that the place "opens your mind and teaches you to appreciate life." When his patient died, he cried. "He wasn't any patient, he was family. Some say I went overboard."
A patient is stating the spiritual change in him because of the care he gets from another inmate.
The care, which is voluntary, is performed beside the usual task that the caregiver has in the prison. Christian wakes up at 6 a.m. to spend three hours with his patient.
Now, this is Godly, methinks.
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