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Not that we're paranoid. But did Nato have to choose Belgrade as the venue for its latest turkey shoot? Serb leader Slobodan Milosovic has called on Serbians worldwide to fight back against Nato aggression. This sounds like a call to car bombs. The Register should declare its interest, at this point. This could be AMD's chance to take us out at long last...it supplies parts for the Tomahawk Cruise missile. We work out of Mayfair’s very own Little Yugoslavia -- at the end of our street is the offices of Yugoslav-owned JAT Airlines, and three floors below us, on the ground floor is the Serbian-run Chick Chack Café. Around the corner, our favourite restaraunt is staffed front of house by Serbian waitresses. The Register is used to being flamed, but only metaphorically. We can cope with Linux evangelists but Serb nationalists are an entirely different matter. ®

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