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Re: What? [Re: Allen] #53841 08/17/06 01:17 PM
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She's just plain crazy.

(and what were you doing up at 2:34am? ) slap


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Re: What? [Re: embie] #53846 08/17/06 02:16 PM
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it was 1:34am my time smile I am working on a software project and have to fit it in when I can smile


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Re: What? [Re: Allen] #54651 11/02/06 03:19 PM
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Re: What? [Re: Allen] #54799 11/16/06 12:54 PM
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What ever happened to Waalyn?


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Re: What? [Re: embie] #54809 11/17/06 04:36 AM
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I was just looking at his album last night - http://www.praisecafe.org/photoGallery/showgallery.php?cat=500&ppuser=1120 and wondering the same thing smile


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Re: What? [Re: Allen] #54993 11/28/06 04:29 AM
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A BIT OF GOOD NEWS :


The Grand Sheikh of Al Azhar, the oldest and most highly respected institution in Sunni Islam; and the Grand Mufti of Egypt have released an official fatwa declaring the practice of female circumcision (also called female genital mutilation or female genital cutting) un-Islamic. The decision was made at a conference hosted in Egypt and attended by Muslim clergy from around the world.


Sadly, this counts as progress.


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Re: What? [Re: Allen] #55625 02/05/07 02:28 PM
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If I die before you wake

God Bless America and those who choose to serve.


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Re: What? [Re: Allen] #55704 02/13/07 05:47 PM
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HEH. INDEED: " If You're For The War And You're Not In The Military, You're A Chickenhawk. If You're For The War And You Are In The Military, Shut Up." How conveeeenient.


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Re: What? [Re: David] #56521 05/25/07 06:45 PM
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MOQTADA UNVEILS A NEW PLAN TO HUMILIATE BUSH and secure a U.S. withdrawal.

It just might work!


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Re: What? [Re: David] #56525 05/26/07 02:43 AM
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I hope every Iraqi heard that speech... wink


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Re: What? [Re: embie] #56528 05/26/07 11:38 PM
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heheh, pretty good smile


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Re: What? [Re: Allen] #56706 06/28/07 08:18 PM
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Re: What? [Re: Allen] #56907 07/29/07 06:30 AM
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Woman raped before "honor killing"

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LONDON (Reuters) - A Kurdish woman was brutally raped, stamped on and strangled by members of her family and their friends in an "honor killing" carried out at her London home because she had fallen in love with the wrong man.

Banaz Mahmod, 20, was subjected to the 2-1/2 hour ordeal before she was garroted with a bootlace. Her body was stuffed into a suitcase and taken about 100 miles to Birmingham where it was buried in the back garden of a house.

Her badly decomposed body was found in April 2006, three months after the killing.

Last month a jury found her father Mahmod Mahmod, 52, and his brother Ari Mahmod, 51, guilty of murder after a three-month trial. Their associate Mohamad Hama, 30, had earlier admitted killing her.


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Re: What? [Re: Allen] #56914 07/29/07 08:26 PM
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Sadly I've heard of that happening quite often in the middle east. Honor is utmost to the family name. If it is tarnished they could lose everything business, home, etc. I saw something about it on one of the cable networks where the father's give the orders and the brother's do the deed. It's almost always over sexual encounters with someone other than the person "chosen" to marry the daughter. The brother's don't seem to have any remorse either. So very frightening to be a young woman over there. frown


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Re: What? [Re: embie] #57235 09/11/07 04:51 PM
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Life expectancy I'm sure is quite a bit less for the female in that religion than the male. frown

Here's pictures of the New York Skyline from March 2001:

http://and-still-i-persist.com/?p=85

Compare to those from this morning:

Manhattan Skyline


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Re: What? [Re: David] #57253 09/12/07 03:51 PM
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Amazing story from one person in the twin towers who got out alive by sheer stroke of luck:

http://www.coxandforkum.com/archives/001195.html

part of it:

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I'm 105 flights up. The commute to get downstairs takes about five minutes, especially around that time. So I'm annoyed, obviously, because I have to go down now to sign these people in after I just told them to bring ID. I look at this desk assistant across from me, thinking maybe she'll help out and go down, but she's on the phone. She's also about eight months pregnant. She's a few weeks from maternity leave and she's on the phone talking to a friend and she's on a website looking at bassinets and cribs. A very nice girl expecting her first child. So how lazy am I? I decide to go myself. ...


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And... thanks to instapundit, this article on Bin Laden: Miserable Failure

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Six years ago, Osama bin Laden and al Qaeda weren't just attempting to bring down the twin towers of the World Trade Center. They were trying to smash the American economy as well. Here is what bin Laden himself said about his goals and motivations back in December 2001: "If their economy is destroyed, they will be busy with their own affairs rather than enslaving the weak peoples. It is very important to concentrate on hitting the U.S. economy through all possible means." And here is what al Qaeda second-in-command Ayman al-Zawahiri said in September 2002: "We will also aim to continue, by the permission of Allah, the destruction of the American economy."

No luck so far, despite bin Laden's recent videotape ravings about our taxes and mortgage debt. Although the towers came down, the resilient American economy didn't. Since September 11, the economy hasn't suffered a single down quarter. In fact, it has notched 23 straight quarters of economic growth. (And despite the subprime mortgage crisis, this is likely to be the 24th straight quarter of growth.) Those numbers are especially amazing when you consider that when the terrorist attacks happened, the Internet stock bubble was in full implosion mode. The economy dipped in the third quarter of 2001 and was slightly negative in two of the previous four quarters. But it's been nothing but growth since then. Overall, the American economy is, adjusting for inflation, $1.65 trillion bigger than it was six years ago. To put that gigantic number in some perspective, the U.S. economy has added the equivalent of five Saudi Arabias, eight Irans, 13 Pakistans, or 15 Egypts, depending on your preference. And while 9/11 did cause the stock market to plunge, the Dow is 37 percent higher than it was on Sept. 10, 2001, creating trillions of dollars of new wealth for Americans. What's more, the unemployment rate is 4.6 percent today vs. 5.7 percent back then. Not bad at all.


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Re: What? [Re: David] #58724 02/05/08 07:13 PM
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Talk about nutjobs:

Berkeley Chaos-- Protesters Chain Themselves to Marine Office Doors... Scuffle With Recruits!

http://gatewaypundit.blogspot.com/2008/02/berkeley-protesters-chain-themselves-to.html

Let's see how they'd like for the "unwelcome intruders" to move on and have a few radical muslims bring their own kind of love and peace to a town of lazy putrid westerners.

"All that we're saaaying... is give pe-" Ka-BLOOOEEY!!!


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Re: What? [Re: David] #58769 02/08/08 12:49 AM
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Re: What? [Re: Allen] #58774 02/08/08 11:00 AM
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Yeah, that makes sense. You can't sit next to a man in a coffee shop but it is A-OK to have the "morality police" strip you naked for their viewing pleasure.


Riiiiiiiiiight.....


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Re: What? [Re: Steve] #58791 02/10/08 02:55 PM
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...and while they're filing their reports... then what?

More strip searches? smash


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