San Diego Soliloquies

Monday, December 12, 2005

Taking It Personally

Sorry I've been out of touch. I've been busy putting food on my family.

Like a lot of San Diegans, I'm torn about what to do about Duke Cunningham. At the very least, I hope he does some seriously hard time. If I supported the death penalty I would add him to my short list of people who truly deserve it: Jonathan Pollard, The John Walker gang, Aldrich Ames, Robert Hanssen. Stringing up people who truly betrayed and undermined this country should have the chilling effect that the death penalty currently does not have by only executing poor colored folk.

We are reminded all the time that "We are at War", and it seems we will always be at war. This war has cost us billions of dollars, and as a result of that, the war will cost us New Orleans. We are at war and Duke, along with quite a few of the Republicans running the place, are pissing away money like beer at a rush party. And I am personally quite bitter about the amount of time and effort I've spent trying to get into that money stream.

I spent quite a lot of time in companies large and small, trying to get attention for products that could really solve problems the government in general and armed forces in particular were and are having. Most of these products have been communications systems: from instant high-speed communications (in the 2000's) to encrypted portable email (back in the early 90's!). We did it the way dozens of guides tell you you are supposed to, go to the shows, arrange demos for interest groups, respond to RFP's and get coverage in the technical journals. We always suspected that companies who jumped ahead of us in line had a hidden advantage, we just didn't know it was pandering to an over compensating latent homosexual's need for French antiques.


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