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Reader comment on item: U.S. Improvising on Security Five Years After 9/11
in response to reader comment: Lessons of 9/11 not learned by us

Submitted by Alex (United Kingdom), Sep 15, 2006 at 15:20

Don't worry my friend, the world's got other big problem's like for example Global Warming, it is going to kill everybody on this planet within a hundred years. Then there'll be no more wars because everybody will be dead. Then the world population is growing at a fast speed, by 2025 they will be 9 billion people on this planet. One way or another the world is coming to an end in about 100 years. So my friend make the most of it.

Alex

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