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Thanks Peter.

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in response to reader comment: Let him burn

Submitted by Ynnatchkah (United States), Jul 11, 2007 at 09:15

Hope what you said really happens. really hope....The voices of Scotland in Unisono against this islamism ....Life looks hopeless and tasteless thanks to the existence of this kind that put not only the earth in danger but (our) Universe. Put in the bag those in England that help this kind, Actually they owe you for a couple of hundred of years now and their imperialism burns the world from India to Faulklands....

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