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J.S the educated Western Mollah`to

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in response to reader comment: Why not get an education, Harrak?

Submitted by Harrak (Canada), Jul 19, 2006 at 23:28

J.S, I know you love my rant and read my comments, who does not like to look at the mirror!..unless someone is faceless! I am the mirror of your situation and that is why you fell in love with my comments..

..I, by the way, see your "ad hominem attack" as having a repetition..I do not think you need to add attack as ad hominem means an attack on the person instead of an attack on the issue, and that is what you are doing..

See you next time Mollah`to!

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