A NEW KIND OF TERRORIST
And no, I couldn't have made this up if I tried. I'm neither that clever, that demented, nor that obsessed with ocean creatures. But it sure is a weird story, huh?
The guy lived, though he ain't in good shape. And scientists insist, as they did last month, that this sort of attack is exceedingly rare. I dunno.
What I do know is that we need to debate this, and we need to do it now: do the Stringrays hate us for our freedoms, or because we've exploited them with our chain stores, low-wages, and unquenchable thirst for their resources? In the meantime, the bombing of Stingray City -- 100 miles off the coast of Guam and 14,000 feet below the Pacific's waves -- commences at dawn.