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(@delenne)
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March 28, 2001 4:37 pm  

* I don't know why the arabs are having this summit.

Ha-ha-ha-ha-!!! The whole of Israel must have rocked with laughter:
Kaddafi, upon leaving the Arab League Summit:


"If Israel curbs its violence we might accept it into the Arab League.
To hell with Jerusalem - there are enough of other mosques, as it is, to pray in."


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(@treslavance)
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March 28, 2001 5:54 pm  

Headline:
WATERSPORTSMAN BACON REDUCED TO PRATTLING ON ABOUT BODILY FUNCTIONS NOW!

...keep your fetishes to yourself, BACON.


hock-PTUI!
-_-


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(@kimarx)
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March 29, 2001 6:35 am  

and you are entirely unemotional on this subject, I take it , Allam....sorry ALLAM.

L'menexe, I keep having this sense of deja vu.
L'menexe, I keep having this sense of......

////////* Sharon's response ???
Sharon does not want to play into Arafat's hands and escalate the situation, while the Arabs socialize in Amman.

* I think Sharon's options are getting more limited by the day....
No. ///////////////

There are calls for a "fitting" response from ordinary Isreali's, how long can he not react? Any reaction will automatically "escalate the situation", the pals are in no mood to congratulate him on his restraint.


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(@delenne)
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March 29, 2001 9:14 am  

* There are calls for a "fitting" response from ordinary Isreali's, how long can he not react?
Not that dramatic yet, - most of Israelis have not taken it out to the streets, their kitchen talk does not yet count.
Well, the "partners for peace" already glumly survey the remains of the Force 17 HQs, arsenals, bases and training facilities in Ramallah, Gaza, Khan Yunis and Dir el Barach.
The defense cabinet gave to Sharon a blanket authorization to go forward.


* Any reaction will automatically "escalate the situation", the pals are in no mood to congratulate him on his restraint.
It is the problem of the Palestinian "nation", comprised of fanatic morono-idiots, regular sillies and those poor thinking ones scared by the "democratic" Pal Administration "Khmer Rouge" to "think" otherwise.


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(@kimarx)
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March 29, 2001 9:37 am  

yeah, then I read the news.....- Force 17- That wasn't a reaction then? ;o)

"...to" think" otherwise." - that's another way of putting it- bring on the uni-cycle!

(The Guardian)

"Mr Sharon is now expected to consider further measures. In opposition, he
repeatedly opposed Mr Barak's policy of bombing raids on Palestinian police
installations, denouncing them as ineffective.

But Mr Sharon will have to weigh his next steps carefully. For all of his efforts to
implicate Mr Arafat directly in the bombing attacks inside the borders of the
Jewish state, and the drive-by shootings that have terrified Jewish settlers in the
West Bank and Gaza, last night's missions remain extremely controversial in the
international community, and Mr Sharon knows it.

In the morning, he held a telephone conversation with President George Bush,
part of a broader strategy in which Israel is seeking diplomatic sanction for a
resort to greater military might to try to end the uprising. "


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(@delenne)
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March 29, 2001 11:17 am  

I met quite a number of questions about why "Israel is against UN observers". Well, here we have UNIFIL, UNTSO (that was here always from the very beginning), UNSCOM. There's quite a big UN compound in Jerusalem.
Not enough? Another group, like UNHCOSORQ - the United Nations High Commission On Rocks And Quarries;o) - needs to substantiate its uselessness for pay?


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(@kimarx)
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March 29, 2001 12:05 pm  

UNHCOSORQ- no surely not... these are quite obviously the wrong sort of rocks!


"When the press starts peddling the idea of "isolated" outcast crazed Pal gunm...."
Where have they done that?

"martyrs" could not have blown themselves happily up....etc.."
-- well no, but there's enough places they could have picked that information up from... including the ones you are implicating . Meanwhile there are apparently 7 more Martyrs floating around in Isreal - according to Hamas.

"Israel is seeking diplomatic sanction for a
resort to greater military might to try to end the uprising. " --

No matter what the press say, and as I read it, most of it is either neutral or pro-isreal today( until another palestinian child is killed). Sharon seems to want carte Blanche for war. No western leader in their appropriate uni-cycling mind is going to give him that.


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(@delenne)
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March 29, 2001 3:55 pm  

* Where have they done that?
There were two locals "romanticisers", and I assumed that, there must have been someone to keep them company in the foreign press. Good, if I'm wrong.

* but there's enough places they could have picked that information up from...
Ramallah. Arafat shrieked he was afraid of assassination there and wanted his "bodygardish" escort (Force 17). It was the time of the Powell's visit, so Israel consented to facilitate the Powell-Arafat meeting. That thieving brat took more, than a couple of hundreds of those unifrmed thugs and slipped away after the meeting, having had left the thugs behind, they didn't return to Gaza. It looked sort of reinforcement and proved itself as such, and was slightly bombed as such yesterday.

* Sharon seems to want carte Blanche for war.
He got it. (Sharon is a clever bulldozer.)
Someone decided the bi-cycle is more stable;o)
This is a war, anyways, already.


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(@treslavance)
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March 29, 2001 9:00 pm  

Konbanwa, Kisako!
evenin', mum!
1904pm

nice banter today, ladies.
how un-DMS like...
[w/g]
====

{+3sk}


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(@kimarx)
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March 30, 2001 12:05 pm  

Hi L'menexe,

As long as it wasn't ladylike(oops red rag to a bull there, but what the hell...)
Best of days to you and K'san.


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(@alexandernevsky)
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March 30, 2001 5:41 pm  

L'Menexe I found that song thanks.It's a really good one. For anyone else who is interested group is MAKADAM and song is " DA MI JE ZNATI " it is a Montenegran band.It's on Napster.


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(@delenne)
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March 31, 2001 8:14 am  

Kim, I found this one interesting and took the liberty of manipulating it, hope the author will not be angry for my formatting.
"1) He will be charged by Yugoslavia for taxes, black money, etc, transforming him in a new Capone. It is perfect for everybody, in the future dictionaries he will be in the thieves' category, nobody will remember him.
2) Hollywood star Del Ponte will die, if she does not see Milo in Hague.
There are two posibilities:
a) some great, maybe american, lawyers will make her to cry all her life.
b) he will be convicted for "crimes against humanity", but, at the same moment, he will enter THE GREAT GALLERY OF ANTIAMERICAN HEROES, guys who are loved on three quarters of the Earth.
I can't see the american profit for taking Milo to the Hague. It is better to let him make some serbian prison, even with caviar every day. With small caracters like Del Ponte, Milo will became a hero at the Hague, and some "nice" things about his enemies will be made public.
Or, at least, bringing him there will give the oportunity for some guys like clinton or halfbright to be witnesses, it will be a lot of fun to listen to their answers to the defense lawyers'questions. A trial without them will be a nonsense, because Del Ponte can't prosecute him only with photos of dead people, even if she believes, it is posible.


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(@treslavance)
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March 31, 2001 9:57 am  

hello, readers.

the disgusting pile of walking SHITE pretending to
be american [see above] is an ABSOLUTE FAKE.

his real name is FARIS HOMOUD; he comes from the
UAE.

he watches too much from his papa's satellite dish
and has been huffing too much turpentine..

FAKE AMERICAN FARIS HOMOUD likes to imagine that
anyone here gives a FLYING F*CK about anything he
says...
but they do _not_.
except for, perhaps, his =koff== 'special friend',
mr BACON, who may have ABANDONED him.
==
so, FARIS HOMOUD REAL ARAB FAKE AMERICAN GROSS PIG
LIAR...what became of your idiotic threats about
next week in Boston?
dont worry, there'll be a homeless shelter for
you...seeing as this LIE about the hotel was just
that, a LIE.
enjoy trying to find me, FAKE! LOLOLOLOLOL

Tonto estupido _grande_, pince cabron!
hock-PTUI! -_-
===

{+3sK}


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(@delenne)
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March 31, 2001 10:10 am  

No use proving "allamericanism" to us - it's camel drivel from a Gulf comedy of absurd, like the Amman circus, scene one and continuous:
An Arab, banging his head proving something - I'm All (boom) - A (boom) - me (boom) - ri (boom) - can (boom) ... a wall cracks ... .
He should use the other end - all the brains are there ... , and the wall is spared.
;o)


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(@delenne)
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March 31, 2001 10:13 am  

* Justice has prevailed. American Intervention has prevailed. Yet another message sent out loud and clear that the U.S. will not tolerate to have it's influence questioned.
Yeah. Bush holds Arafat responsible and will not tolerate it questioned. But Arafat, as any dumb Tizballah, doesn't understand (talk of the brain location;o)).
It's time for you to kiss Israeli a.. .
;o))))))))))))))))

P.S. So, run along little Tizballah to Your neighbourhood mullah to "charge" it with some more "brain".
;o)


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