Wednesday, February 16, 2005
David Asednik muses sardonically about Model UN. I actually did that once, my junior year in college. We got to be Iraq, which had all sorts of interesting opportunities. In a development which irritated the solve-differences-peacefully enthusiasts, the Security Council declared war on us. I'm trying to remember if we executed the weapons inspectors as spies before that or if we had just arrested them and did the executions afterward. After the conflict started, we walked out, which also ended our work to promote the transfer of large quantities of duct tape from wealthy nations to the developing world.