I sit in the back -_- or near the hot girl XD
In his New Yorker essay on the last days of Muammar Qaddafi, Jon Lee Anderson writes: “How does it end? The dictator dies, shrivelled and demented, in his bed; he flees the rebels in a private plane; he is caught hiding in a mountain outpost, a drainage pipe, a spider hole. He is tried. He is not tried. He is dragged, bloody and dazed, through the streets, then executed. The humbling comes in myriad forms…”
All Anderson needed to do was refer to The Great Big Book of Horrible Things because its author, Matthew White, has actually crunched the numbers and it turns out the odds were in Qaddafi’s favor: 49% of dictators continue ruling until death by natural causes.