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Submitted by Taj Ashaheed (United States), Apr 8, 2006 at 02:27

Vijay, you are doing a good waffle job. The moral of this story is: it helps to have facts before arguing...

You basically claimed that Rushdie was underground and challenged the notion that he was seen by anybody and that he was in a secret location...

Turns out that reality is a bit different from your assertion...i am not sure any further argument here is anything but an excercise in futilty on your part...
Submitting....

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