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Samer and fantasy

Reader comment on item: Prepare to attack [Iran]
in response to reader comment: Living in America

Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Jul 4, 2008 at 12:05

Samer who is really a Pakistani who pretends to be an Arab wrote

>I was offered a good job in USA, I refused to come,

Really? or did you apply and you were turned down and let me guess after they checked your education in Pakiland you just did not qualify to get a visa. I could have told them that you are poorly educated.

>you know why, because I have grown up daughters, i don't want them to be spoiled in there.

But is seems that our dear Nura lives here among us. You think may be you should tell her to pack and go and join you

>You live a fake society, unreal, your lives and living is like a bad hollywood picture, your thinking is not straight, full of cheating, no honesty.

You must pardon me but the fake and the liar is you

> I got acquanted in UAE with some friends who left USA, Why?because of their daughters. they cannot stand it there. a kid can accuse his father to the police if the father tried to straighten the boy or the girl.

So ask Nura to marry you and it would be good riddance


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