Thursday, October 25, 2007

Zero casualties in Al Anbar last week 
Last week, for the first time since 2003, there were zero military casualties, either U.S. or Iraqi, in al Anbar.

That development is absolutely huge. If a MLB pitcher threw 50 consecutive scoreless innings, closing in on Orel Herscheiser's record, the networks would be all over it.

What happened in Al Anbar last week is every bit as statistically anomalous as a pitcher throwing that many consecutive scoreless innings against pro batters.

Unfortunately, it appears that only Fox News is noticing.

Splash, out


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There was a full week with zero combat-related deaths of any coalition force soldier. Didn't hear a peep of that, either.

Regretably, that trend ended yesterday with two deaths in separate incidents.

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