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Roxan - Have you thought about VC funding

Reader comment on item: Bridges TV, a Wife's Beheading, and Honor Murder
in response to reader comment: Moslem religion of pieces and female hatred

Submitted by V Rath (India), Feb 21, 2009 at 14:35

Know what, I am sure if you send out a couple of dozen spam e-mails, this idea of your "Islamic VideoGame" is sure to attract VC funding from Saudi. Maybe Bridges TV can provide guidance on what is the right way to throw a stone.

Do you hit the head first so that the victim dies quickly or do you use small pebbles at first to injure eyes, nose, lips, jaws, theeth and then move upwards towards the cranium?

Surely we cant deny Islamic children their childhood can we? All work and no play makes Jumaid a dull boy.

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