The Sack of Sh*t

From The American Thinker,

Scientific? American?

In a favorable review of the book The Looting of the Iraq Museum, Baghdad: The Lost Legacy of Ancient Mesopotamia, the August 2005 issue of Scientific American says that a statue of a woman’s head dating from the ninth or eight century B.C. “suffered severely” from the “sack of Baghdad in 2003.” According to Scientific American, forces of the United States sacked Baghdad.

I’m a geek, and I stopped reading SA 20 years ago.