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Monday, June 27, 2005
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Reportedly, the US Bush administration prepares to implement new measurements against Iran, Syria, and North Korea that have been accused of having weapons of mass destruction (WMD).
The Washington Post reports that the Bush administration has decided to freeze the assets of all companies, individuals and banks in the US if they are found to be assisting any of these countries with their nuclear programs.
It looks like the Bush Administration is finally getting tough with the Iranian Mullah's, especially after Iranians elected another hard liner to the helm for another four years (although all of the candidates were from a "select list" thanks to the Guardian Council). Although this may go a long way towards easing the suffering of the Iranian people, (politically and religiously) unless there is a "corporate boycott" the Mullah's in power may be little motivated towards granting freedoms towards their own people.
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This is miles off topic but when I got holoscan I thought I lost all my comments but you told me what to do - or not to do - and I got them back. I cannot remember what you said but another blogger has the same problem and I don't know what to tell them.
Hmm...did he try reinstalling Halo Scan into his webpage? The comments might appear then.
Also, from what I am hearing from Blogger Hacks the comments dissappear after a couple of months (scary). If he is talking about that he may want to visit the site as he is working on a fix for this (*smiles*).
Well she had just installed it for the first time and when she brought up her web page her comments were lost. Fortunately she had saved her template so she re-installed her old stuff without halo scan. Now she is unwilling to install halo scan again until she knows what's going on. She read their site but it did not seem to address that problem. I'll go over there and read it too - maybe she missed it. Thanks for the help - I'll let you know how it turns out.
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