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Reader comment on item: Something Rotten in Denmark?
in response to reader comment: Why killing a peace activist ?

Submitted by JustMe (United States), Mar 17, 2006 at 12:30

Sword, once again you are probably right. I know you had warned me about getting into a religious debate. I'm going to retreat from that tactic because that would be a battle much bigger than I could undertake, although I did feel compelled to answer those last questions from Adib Farakish. I hope they were genuine questions, and I hope I didn't open the proverbial can of worms by stating my opinion.

One thing I find comical is that we're accused of being one in the same. This would be pretty funny seeing as I would be writing to myself at this moment and responding to myself telling me to chill out and keep off the subject of religion. Maybe I have dueling dual personalities. I'm sure Anonymous would agree with that. (lol) One more thing, why are we being referred to as the 'radicals' in here? Is there something radical about what we're saying? I'll catch you at the next posting, which will probably be right next to eachother's. (can we help it if great minds think alike?)

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