So I walk in to my photography class today. I went in early so I could set up my final project. There is always this one STUPID group of girls that I wanna fuckin kill, but im following Dexters rules now so I need to hold back. Anyway, these girls HATE my teacher. I dont really know why.. maybe its because she tells them the truth about there horrendious photographs. We begin our crit, the girls (being as rude as they usually are) start talking while other people are presenting. AhHHHAGDSHG. Eveyone goes and it finally comes to the one mai girl who is always talking. She gets up, thinking shes the SHIT, goes and stands by her stupid pictures AND MY PROF REEEEEEEEAMMMMMS HER. BAHAHAH She was pretty mcuh crying. Im so happy she finally straigntened that girl out! :D
So I wake up this morining. All ready to go to school and learn some shit. I go, eat a shitty breakfast, walk my ass all the way to school only to find out there is no fuckin class today. Like I knew there was no class…. so why the fuck did I come here. No this creepy guy comes up to me and asks why everything got all switched around. I have never seen this guy in my life and hes talking to me like we have been friends forever. I try to explan to him what happend with the classes and such, when all of a sudden he starts freaking out at me! I walk away like.. WTF. SO HE FUCKIN FOLLOWS me to the computer lab, and to this second.. he is still FUCKING TALKNG TO ME. He wont stop. Its like… hey buddy I dont care about your fuckin problems so leave me the FUCK alone. Arrgggggaaa. SERIOUSLY. Fuck.
President Obama Announces New Steps Toward a World Without Nuclear Weapons
Almost exactly one year ago today, President Obama outlined his vision for decreasing the threat of nuclear arms to the world, a key issue for him going back to his days as a U.S. Senator. Today the Department of Defense released an updated Nuclear Posture Review, placing new constraints on when nuclear weapons could be used, and putting an increased focus on the prevention of nuclear proliferation and nuclear terrorism.
In an official statement, the President explained:
First, and for the first time, preventing nuclear proliferation and nuclear terrorism is now at the top of America’s nuclear agenda, which affirms the central importance of the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty. We have aligned our policies and proposed major funding increases for programs to prevent the spread of nuclear weapons around the world. Our nuclear security summit next week will be an opportunity for 47 nations to commit to specific steps to pursue the goal of securing all vulnerable nuclear materials around the world within four years. And next month in New York, we will work with the wider world to strengthen the global non-proliferation regime to ensure that all nations uphold their responsibilities.
Second, we are further emphasizing the importance of nations meeting their NPT and nuclear non-proliferation obligations through our declaratory policy. The United States is declaring that we will not use or threaten to use nuclear weapons against non-nuclear weapons states that are party to the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty and in compliance with their nuclear nonproliferation obligations. This enables us to sustain our nuclear deterrent for the narrower range of contingencies in which these weapons may still play a role, while providing an additional incentive for nations to meet their NPT obligations. Those nations that fail to meet their obligations will therefore find themselves more isolated, and will recognize that the pursuit of nuclear weapons will not make them more secure.
Finally, we are fulfilling our responsibilities as a nuclear power committed to the NPT. The United States will not conduct nuclear testing and will seek ratification of the Comprehensive Test Ban Treaty. The United States will not develop new nuclear warheads or pursue new military missions or new capabilities for nuclear weapons.
President Obama on Tuesday unveiled a sweeping nuclear-weapons policy that puts new constraints on when the arms could be used and calls for high-level talks with Russia and China to better understand their plans for their arsenals.
…The administration’s nuclear policy was released at the start of a jam-packed week of events focused on one of the president’s signature issues. Obama is to sign a new arms-control treaty with Russia on Thursday, then host at least 40 world leaders next Tuesday at a summit on locking down nuclear material.
The Nuclear Posture Review is important because it sets the framework for decisions on U.S. nuclear policy for the next five to 10 years, including the size of the stockpile and investments in submarines, missiles and nuclear laboratories. This one had raised particularly high expectations because of the president’s nuclear agenda, which helped win him the Nobel Peace Prize last year.
…The Obama administration hopes to use the review and the new nuclear-arms treaty with Russia as markers of its credibility as it prepares to argue for tighter penalties on nuclear rogue states at a major conference in May on the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty, the bedrock of nuclear control for decades.