How much tension can we hold before we snap?
The orange alert flashes on the bottom of the screen while the winter storm warning scrolls by on the top.
France and Germany are being rebellious little children. Blix is holding up the "don't steal" sign while Rumsfeld and Powell are waving the runners home.
They expect nearly one million anti-war protesters on the streets of New York this weekend.
NATO and the U.N. are playing power games while their footing is slipping. Saddam is cooperating. No, he is stalling. No, he is lying.
Dirty bombs. Anthrax. Hotels and subways are vulnerable. Be vigilant. Be alert.
Prepare. Buy rock salt, be prepared for a messy evening rush hour. Watch for ice. Drive carefully.
Stay out of the city this weekend. Stay out of the subways. But watch for the million mumia march coming down Fifth Avenue.
War is coming. Terrorism is coming. Six more weeks of winter and gray skies. Buy bottled water. Stock up on medicine. Do you know where I can buy some of that freeze dried food?
Planes are flying low today. Is that a black helicopter I see? What was that sound? Orange. It's still at orange, right?
Shovel the walk. Give the kids their antibiotics. Fill the tank of the SUV, fully aware that you are not supporting terrorism by doing so. But you think that the throngs of kids with their ANSWER placards are.
Madonna, Dave Matthews, George Clooney. Who cares? All news, all the time on the tv. Warnings. Alerts. Be on the lookout.
Be on guard. Don't forget to wear your gloves. Watch for black ice. Is that plane flying too low? Has North Korea aimed thier weapons at us yet?
I sense a great disturbance in the force.