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Illiteracy and Neglect

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in response to reader comment: chocolate country

Submitted by Young MC (Switzerland), May 12, 2009 at 15:55

>> Submitted by berk akk (Turkey), May 10, 2009 at 05:53 "There is nothing in-between and you're a slave of Turkish propaganda and illiteracy, as long as you're not able to differentiate between the two." It is very interesting Somebody from country of chocolate and bankers teaching deep subject to me.It is so interesting. <<

Interesting indeed, to what illiteracy can lead to, isn't it Turk? Thank you for reminding us of whom we are dealing with ...

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