This is a very good discussion. Most people I meet at work or on the street don't want to talk about it. The situation over there reminds me of a domestic violence situation. Policemen often get shot getting in the middle of them. The vulnerable ones in Kosovs are getting badly hurt and the men seem to be disappearing. I have to use my head and that's hard to do when children and old people and women are hurting. I must humbly realize that I cannot save the world. These people have been hating each other for centuries. There are some things worth risking everything for and other things I can help out with and some things I must stay out of to enable me to be of help later. My pride is something I need to watch out for, too. I support the bombing and if that doesn't work, back off until the dust settles and a better window of opportunity presents itself. I'm glad President Clinton kept us out of Bosnia until the dust settled and I'm glad he got us the hell out of Somalia. Yes, I'm scared, but not as much as I was 30 years ago today when Dr. King was assassinated. The world is a scary place.