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Apprehension is too mild a word

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Submitted by M. K. Smedstad (United States), Feb 21, 2006 at 18:31

The cone-hat wearers so often grab one tiny bit of truth and a huge bite of imagination to weave their crazy stories. Once it gets into the fabric of the over-all story and is so widely disseminated it comes to be taken as fact instead of fiction.

Under the present circumstances, the word apprehension is far too mild. Blind, gut-wrenching panic would be more appropriate, considering the retribution visited upon those which incur the wrath of the islamofascists. Please be very, very careful.
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