Friday, October 07, 2005

Failure is our business and business is good.

So good, in fact, that the International Atomic Energy Agency has just received the Nobel Peace Prize. Some, however, don't think that's really appropriate, since the IAEA has stopped, well, no one from producing nuclear weapons. But that's okay, because they mean well.
"At a time when disarmament efforts appear deadlocked, when there is a danger that nuclear arms will spread both to states and to terrorist groups, and when nuclear power again appears to be playing an increasingly significant role, IAEA's work is of incalculable importance," the Committee said.

Incalculable importance to whom? Discuss amongst yourselves.