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  Reply # 466421 7-May-2011 11:27 Send private message

freitasm:
... (edit)...
Or as someone pointed out to me on Twitter, "My bullpile translator glosses that as 'Officials in Pakistan have launched an inquiry into the failure to warn Osama in time...'"

Now what would be the point in that.... The dudes dead, the kickbacks will stop coming.....


(Hmmm.... seems I had to edit the bulldung word Mauricio used before I could post. 
Who moderates the moderators.....)

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  Reply # 466506 7-May-2011 17:14 Send private message

joker97: there are no hard and fast rules.

if you were a family growing up in palestine getting bombed and oppressed every day your world view is of a certain kind.

if your entire family and girlfriend perished in the world trade centre on 9-11 your world view is very different.

if all you do is play PS3 and SC2 everyday and eating Big Macs and watching youtube rubbish your worldview does not exist - stop commenting.


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