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Submitted by gary (United States), Feb 11, 2006 at 00:49

friends,

im going to also take swords methodology and remove myself gracefully from this discussion. frank, i will support denmark till the day i die. and a word of advice, if you want to talk to a moslem in the future, get a piece of wood and put it in a chair. then talk to the wood. the intelectual level of the wood will be just about the same only it wont try to burn down your house and murder you.

god bless the west,

thank you

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