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Submitted by nate (Canada), Sep 28, 2010 at 20:08

Direct correlation?? where do you get your facts from..Bill O'reilly..lol.. or better yet Fox news. Listen Mr. Wisdom, you can twist and turn statistics all you want, but we can not group everyone in the same particular group, It's like saying that in the States, thiers a direct correlation with african americans and crime, but the underlying fact is their is a direct correlation with poverty and crime. So Mr.Wisdom know your facts, Im trying to build bridges, while your trying to burn them down.

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