Friday, October 13, 2006

British General Uses Head for Exit Strategy

The chief of the British army illustrated an early exit strategy from Iraq by drawing the plans on his head for his staff and the press. As he outlined the troop withdrawal with dry-erase markers, he warned that the presence of British troops in Iraq was making the situation worse.

Gen Sir Richard Dannatt voiced concern, despite considerable lack of hair, about the worsening situation of running out of map space on his shiny pate. He argued that the presence of British troops was contributing to the cycle of violence and the lack of scalp waxing space.


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