Friday, July 07, 2006

Somehow We Muster the Courage to Commute

Having gone through the Lincoln Tunnel at 5:30 am this morning — the very day that the abortive (and physically impossible) plan to somehow flood lower Manhattan (which is above sea level) via damaging/destroying the various tunnels leading to Manhattan (which are below sea level) was publicly disclosed — I've determined that I am now worthy of joining the 101st Fighting Keyboarders.

I'm proud to enlist in this group, the courage of which is typified by Hugh Hewitt, who day-in and day-out somehow musters the intestinal fortitude to broadcast from the Empire State Building.

By the way, I'm amused by the terrorists' physics model, where blowing up a tunnel somehow means that water will flow uphill. Whatever we do, we must not let Al Qaeda get ahold of these scientists, who have (on a small scale) caused water to flow uphill in an organized manner.

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