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Reader comment on item: Something Rotten in Denmark?
in response to reader comment: Here is a challenge for you Hind Samy

Submitted by Sword of Islam & The Babies of Beslan (United Kingdom), Apr 20, 2006 at 18:31

Yes, it's a real "eye-opener", isn't it? The list that you're referring to covers only a 3 month period and excludes miscellaneous genocides. There wasn't enough room to fit any more - that's how big it is. You may also be interested in the other list that I submitted covering the first three months of 2006 under the title - "The things we do for peace". There is PLENTY more where that came from but I think the point has been made!


P.S. Be careful in the frozen food section of your local supermarket. I was buying some carrots the other day and nearly had my eye poked out by an erect nipple. The compulsory nudity law that Tony Blair introduced back in 1997 can make life difficult sometimes. But at least it means that I smoke fewer cigarettes these days as the absence of pockets means that I am less frequently tempted to 'light-up'. Did the American participants on this forum have similar difficulties when Bill Clinton introduced such laws during his first term of office?

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