The Nude Socialist has an article about the LHC, the ILC, and related things:
Even though I don't have permission, I can't resist to tell you that supersymmetry may be discovered within a few hours at the LHC, although it can take a bit longer to calibrate the background. We have already seen the title page and abstract of the paper that will announce the discovery of supersymmetry in December 2008 at sqrt(s) = 14 TeV. ;-)
You know, e.g. Nima is a very optimistic person but he keeps on saying that it will take years or decades to discover XY on the LHC, there will be 1-year-or-so interruptions, and all these things. Jesus Christ. ;-) The CERN people must have learned their lesson with LEP (which stands for a Lot of Extra Problems) and there are good reasons to think that everything must be much more smooth this time.