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You too need to think soberly before posting

Reader comment on item: Israel's Predicament at 60: World's worst neighbourhood
in response to reader comment: Who had asked you to live in World's worst neighbourhood- USA & Europe

Submitted by Devasahayam (United States), May 17, 2008 at 23:01

If you thought that your being Indian made you immune from your lack of sobriety being detected, your assumption is mistaken.

This was shown from your using very out-of-context ideas such as the US' use of nuclear weapons on Japan--forgetting that the two countries were in a state of active war at the time, and Japan was dithering too long about accepting the inevitable.

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