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#742 - 10/01/07 04:30 AM Ahmadinejad and the Mahdi (a love story)
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(9.24.07) Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad visited the University of Columbia in the city of NewYork, and spoke at the United Nations the following day.

Before I go any further with this, my first question is ... where were all the snipers at?

You've got folks lined up to kill people who are actually decent, and peaceful. individuals such as:



  • John F. Kennedy
  • Anwar Al Sadat
  • Abraham Lincoln
  • Martin Luther King Jr.
  • John Lennon
  • Attempt on Ronald Reagan


and I could keep going here, but it is a little too depressing.

All good men ... shot down.

Here is this weasel Ahmadinejad hanging out in NewYork city, and not one person attempted to put a bullet in him.

Alright, fair enough ... maybe some of you don't understand why I am puzzled about this, and so I will fill you in with a little information on Mahmoud.

  • Called for Israel to be "wiped off the map."
  • Described the Holocaust as a myth.
  • Several former hostages of the 1979 Iran hostage crisis have identified Ahmadinejad as one of the key individuals holding Americans inside the embassy.
  • Trying to build a Nuclear Bomb.
  • Sending weapons over to Iraq that has helped the insurgents kill American troops.
  • He wants the destruction of the United States of America.


I could keep going, but I'll stop there.


Just the fact that the University of Columbia invited him to speak there is grotesque at its core. And UoC should have all public funding cut off for that, they should not receive one penny more for this.

Ahmadinejad wanted to take a tour of Ground Zero there in NY city, but the Big Apple shrugged off the worm, denying him permission to lay a wreath at one of America's most sacred sites rightfully so.

It is an insult to the memories of those who died on 9/11 at the hands of terrorists, and instead of entertaining Ahmadinejad, we should be indicting the guy.

This guy regardless of what you hear in the media, or read in the newspapers is a threat to our way of life. Although his is a terrorist and a asshole beyond belief, he is a very smart person.

We are going to have to deal with Iran sooner than later, I am telling you all that right now.

Shit is going to hit the fan regarding Ahmadinejad/Iran.

He honestly wants a war with the United States, why? First of all, this is something that he gives in all of his speeches but it's always been at the end. Now he has moved it from the end to the very beginning. This guy is sending us a message by leading with this.

AHMADINEJAD:

"In the name of God, a compassionate and a merciful. 0 God, hasten the arrival of Imam al-Mahdi and grant him good health and victory."

See that? How he speaks of the (Imam al-Mahdi)?

That's the scriptural for Shiite Muslim sects. Some of them, they believe the 12th Imam is going to come back. I believe the way it's structured, I mean, they are looking for what Christians believe is the Antichrist. This is a very bad dude they're hastening. (If you believe in that sort of thing) The way they hasten him, he can only come when there's massive bloodshed and they believe they're in the tribulation period and so bring it on because the Mead is going to vanquish all those who stand against Islam.

This really isn't about religion as far as I am concerned mainly because personally I don't believe in any of that.

The point is, is that Ahmadinejad and other extremist do.

We (the United States) are the great Satan. Israel is the little Satan. Again, they mean it in the same way Christians mean the Antichrist.

So Ahmadinejad wants to go to war with the USA, he wants his nuclear bomb so he can get his massive bloodshed.

The bottom line is, is that we cannot afford to dismiss him.
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#746 - 10/01/07 06:57 AM Re: Ahmadinejad and the Mahdi (a love story) [Re: FrankensteinPhD]
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BOOOOOIIIIINNNNNGGGGGGGGG!!!!!!



You wouldn't just happen to be a Zionist, by any chance, would you Frankenstein?
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#755 - 10/01/07 03:04 PM Re: Ahmadinejad and the Mahdi (a love story) [Re: School Bully]
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Awwww, look a Jack in the Box ... cute.

I hate to let you down, really ... but no, not a Zionist.

I just happen to be concerned about a madman that would like to see us all destroyed.

Silly me.
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#757 - 10/01/07 03:24 PM Re: Ahmadinejad and the Mahdi (a love story) [Re: FrankensteinPhD]
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What gets me is that you're so concerned about it, yet expect someone else to hold the gun and pull the trigger. Why not do it yourself? You mustn't be as concerned about it as you think.
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#761 - 10/01/07 04:28 PM Re: Ahmadinejad and the Mahdi (a love story) [Re: Disabuse]
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Whoa ... settle down there Cactus Pete, all I was getting at about the sniper bit was simply I was wondering why the lack of outrage or concern.

There were very few protest, and the ones that did go on were awfully small. There have been bigger protest in this country toward George W. than what I saw for Mahmoud and that is fucking nuts.

George may not be everyones favorite person, but surely he isn't as screwed up as Ahmadinejad for crying out loud.

I probably should have clarified that point on the original post, that's all I was saying as far as that is concerned.
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#768 - 10/01/07 08:27 PM Re: Ahmadinejad and the Mahdi (a love story) [Re: FrankensteinPhD]
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 Originally Posted By: FrankensteinPhD


Silly me.



I could not have put it better myself.

So I want you to circle which quote best describes your situation (do not attempt to circle more than one at the same time) then underline the common word in all of them.

1. "Nothing in the world is more dangerous than sincere ignorance and conscientious stupidity."
- Martin Luther King, Jr.

2. "Stupid is as stupid does."
- Forrest Gump

3. "To be stupid and selfish and to have good health are the three requirements for happiness, though if stupidity is lacking, the others are useless."
- Gustave Flaubert

4. “There is no sin except stupidity.”
- Oscar Wilde

5. “Wizard's First Rule: People are stupid; given proper motivation, almost anyone will believe almost anything. Because people are stupid, they will believe a lie because they want to believe it's true. People's heads are full of knowledge, facts, and beliefs, and most of it is false, yet they think it all true. People are stupid; they can only rarely tell the difference between a lie and the truth, and yet they are confident they can, and so are all the easier to fool.”
- Zeddicus Zu'l Zorander
Sword of Truth series

6. "Stupidity is not a handicap in politics."
~ Napoleon Bonaparte

7. "It is dangerous to be sincere unless you are also stupid."
-George Bernard Shaw

8. "It's a pity stupidity isn't painful"
-Herr Dok

9. "I have just seen the face of evil - and it is a moron"
- School Bully


Somebody has to stop this sociopathic homocidal madman before he kills us all. Thank God there's a Texan in the Whitehouse.... yadda... yadda ....yadda....

In future, just provide a hot link to CNN/Fox/ADL/your local Congressman, etc. That way we'll be able to go directly to the source of your personal opinions and therefore be able to bypass your excreable shock-jock rants
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#770 - 10/01/07 08:44 PM Re: Ahmadinejad and the Mahdi (a love story) [Re: FrankensteinPhD]
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 Originally Posted By: FrankensteinPhD
I was wondering why the lack of outrage or concern.


Did you not read the papers? Listen to the news? Oh, there was plenty of outrage at Ahmedinijad's visit, not to mention the NYPD stating that "Ground Zero is unsafe", effectively blocking his attempt to lay a wreath on the site. It would have been a great photo-op back home for Ahmedinijad, and not much else. The only reason that there weren't more protests than there already were, was due to the fact that he was here for a very short time, was cooped up inside the UN and hotel buildings (which were very far away from the designated protesting area), and really didn't do much else besides speak with Columbia U, and visit a gathering of clergy from American Muslims and various Christian faiths. He didn't pull an Ozzy and piss on the Alamo or anything.

Besides which, our hostility and rude behavior towards him garnered even more hatred for us back hom in Iran. The fact that we can't even behave civilly to leaders of other countries, despite our many disagreements with them, pissed me off more than the idea of Ahmedinijad laying a wreath on Ground Zero. Keep your friends close, but your enemies even closer.

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There have been bigger protest in this country toward George W. than what I saw for Mahmoud and that is fucking nuts.


Because W. has managed to run this country into the ground economically, as well as pass laws that slowly erode our rights as citizens of a truly "free" country (one of the few left), and make the US a veritable laughing-stock among virtually every other nation on the planet.

What has Iran done to us? Really? Threatened to start making nukes? Pfft. Iran is an upstart country. Oh, it may have had past glory as Persia, but as it stands now, it's like a teenager trying not to get caught staying out past curfew.

I'm a hell of a lot more concerned about Putin dissolving his entire government just a few weeks ago, and Russia is sitting on more than twice the long and short-range nuclear warheads than we are. If we fuck with Iran, you can be sure Russia is going to step in, and then we'll have the Cold War all over again. Or worse.

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George may not be everyones favorite person, but surely he isn't as screwed up as Ahmadinejad for crying out loud.


He isn't? They're of the same ilk, if you'd only choose to see through clear, focused lenses, instead of red-white-and-blue patriotic ones, that seem to tint anyone and anything that doesn't agree with us as "evil". Conservative, deeply religious, stubborn, puppets with their strings being pulled by special interest groups (Bush-Conservatives/Christians, Ahmedinijad-Mullahs). The Iranian president is a much smoother politican, and that's the only real difference I can see between W. and him. The US has caused far greater problems than Iran has, because we have a Superman complex--we must save the world, even if the world doesn't know it needs saving!

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#771 - 10/01/07 10:03 PM Re: Ahmadinejad and the Mahdi (a love story) [Re: School Bully]
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It has become apparent that all that have applied doesn't get what I am trying to say, and want to respond with tired ass insults toward me, and same old same old "Anti-Bush" rhetoric that makes me think someone has been watching way too many Michael Moore documentaries.

And Moore is only a AK-47 and a misinterpretation of the Qur'an away from being called Muhammad ibn Abd-al-Wahhab Jr.

And if you honestly think that the only difference between Ahmadinejad & Bush is that one is more "smooth" of a politician than the other, then maybe you should be the one worrying about the lenses you look out of there Mohamed Atta.

They need a thorough cleaning and fast.

I'd rather see red/white/blue than be blind.
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#773 - 10/01/07 10:53 PM Re: Ahmadinejad and the Mahdi (a love story) [Re: FrankensteinPhD]
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Well, practice what you preach and go plug a few sand niggers because you're already beginning to bore the shit out of me.
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#774 - 10/01/07 11:14 PM Re: Ahmadinejad and the Mahdi (a love story) [Re: School Bully]
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 Originally Posted By: School Bully
Well, practice what you preach and go plug a few sand niggers because you're already beginning to bore the shit out of me.


2 things.

1. Who the fuck are you?

2. Since when did the600club because "Entertain School Bully Club"?

Wait, I can answer that for you.

1. Nobody

2. It didn't.
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#778 - 10/02/07 12:18 AM Re: Ahmadinejad and the Mahdi (a love story) [Re: FrankensteinPhD]
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 Originally Posted By: FrankensteinPhD


2 things.

1. Who the fuck are you?

2. Since when did the600club because "Entertain School Bully Club"?

Wait, I can answer that for you.

1. Nobody

2. It didn't.


LOL!!! Obviously it's not often you're right and you're wrong again.

And that's Mr Bully to you.

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#790 - 10/02/07 02:32 AM Re: Ahmadinejad and the Mahdi (a love story) [Re: School Bully]
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For fucks sake most Political Analyst cannot even decided how to say the guys name, so when they finally figure that out THEN I'll worry.

Besides, I don't think we should feel too threatened buy a fellow who looks like a rejected Muppet Baby character.

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#793 - 10/02/07 07:18 AM Re: Ahmadinejad and the Mahdi (a love story) [Re: FrankensteinPhD]
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 Originally Posted By: FrankensteinPhD

I'd rather see red/white/blue than be blind.


You ARE blind, you just don't know it. Sad, really. But alas, you feel the need to be the true patriot and follow the American herd way of thinking, "If Bush hadn't been in office, we'd all be wearing hijabs by now." Yeehaw!

Do your brain a favor and turn off Fox News and MSNBC--you might be able to form some opinions on your own, instead of parroting the talking heads that like to tell everyone who to hate, and whose products not to buy.

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#794 - 10/02/07 07:40 AM Re: Ahmadinejad and the Mahdi (a love story) [Re: School Bully]
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Well, practice what you preach and go plug a few sand niggers because you're already beginning to bore the shit out of me.


Well, now that is a good point!

I cannot understand this point of view. We have all of these people who have a lot of tough talk on the war, but can't seem to put this talk into action.

It is easy to 'support the war.' It is quite a bit more difficult to actually go over there to fight it.

General George S. Patton put it this way:

There is one great thing that you men will all be able to say after this war is over and you are home once again. You may be thankful that twenty years from now when you are sitting by the fireplace with your grandson on your knee and he asks you what you did in the great World War II, you WON'T have to cough, shift him to the other knee and say, 'Well, your Granddaddy shoveled shit in Louisiana.'
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#804 - 10/02/07 02:28 PM Re: Ahmadinejad and the Mahdi (a love story) [Re: Fist]
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 Originally Posted By: Fist
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Well, practice what you preach and go plug a few sand niggers because you're already beginning to bore the shit out of me.


dont say nigga hoe, the story behind that word is sad enough to drive you mad...

Well, now that is a good point!

I cannot understand this point of view. We have all of these people who have a lot of tough talk on the war, but can't seem to put this talk into action.

It is easy to 'support the war.' It is quite a bit more difficult to actually go over there to fight it.

General George S. Patton put it this way:

There is one great thing that you men will all be able to say after this war is over and you are home once again. You may be thankful that twenty years from now when you are sitting by the fireplace with your grandson on your knee and he asks you what you did in the great World War II, you WON'T have to cough, shift him to the other knee and say, 'Well, your Granddaddy shoveled shit in Louisiana.'
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#810 - 10/02/07 05:33 PM Re: Ahmadinejad and the Mahdi (a love story) [Re: *FyO*]
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#811 - 10/02/07 05:39 PM Re: Ahmadinejad and the Mahdi (a love story) [Re: *FyO*]
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You are obviously an idiot.

You are new and thus far have contributed nothing viable to this forum.

You have also proven yourself incapable of replying to others' posts with quotes.

This forum does not tolerate idiocy. A bit of foolishness occasionally, but not idiocy.
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#822 - 10/02/07 10:13 PM Re: Ahmadinejad and the Mahdi (a love story) [Re: FrankensteinPhD]
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Don't waste your time with SchoolBully, Frankenstein, you won't get any debate or logically coherent responses, only insults. He doesn't fall for our crypto-Zionist propaganda.

Why should anti-Islam mean pro-Israel, anyways?

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#830 - 10/02/07 11:25 PM Re: Ahmadinejad and the Mahdi (a love story) [Re: ballbreaker]
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It's the Satanism version of the Spanish Inquisition!

Crypto-Jews, run!
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#838 - 10/03/07 03:25 AM Re: Ahmadinejad and the Mahdi (a love story) [Re: ballbreaker]
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Ah yes, ballbreaker. The man who believes that fundamentalist Islam poses a bigger threat to the West than fundamentalist Christianity.
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#847 - 10/03/07 12:06 PM Re: Ahmadinejad and the Mahdi (a love story) [Re: School Bully]
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You've managed to prove my point: you have nothing to offer in debate and bring nothing to the table but childish ad hominem attacks.

You've yet to provide evidence that supports your claim that Christians are more dangerous to the West than Muslims; what's a few bombed abortion clinics to a demographic group that will outnumber Christians and atheists alike in most of their own countries? There are relatively few Christians who want to literally replace the Bill of Rights with the Ten Commandments, and these Christians are solely an American phenomenon.

Meanwhile, growing numbers of Muslims want sharia and will condone violence should you insult their paedophile prophet.

Christianity, in an extreme form, is making a come back only in some parts of the United States; everywhere else, the religion is on the run.

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#848 - 10/03/07 12:07 PM Re: Ahmadinejad and the Mahdi (a love story) [Re: *FyO*]
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I'd say this was a litmus test of the American publics sentiment towards the bombing of Iran (a step back but persistent nonetheless after the butt hurting the administration recieved from the debacle in Iraq) nothing more. It's been building for months and I assume we will be bombing Iran fairly quickly, just a guess.

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#871 - 10/04/07 01:36 AM Re: Ahmadinejad and the Mahdi (a love story) [Re: ballbreaker]
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 Originally Posted By: ballbreaker
You've managed to prove my point: you have nothing to offer in debate and bring nothing to the table but childish ad hominem attacks.

You've yet to provide evidence that supports your claim that Christians are more dangerous to the West than Muslims; what's a few bombed abortion clinics to a demographic group that will outnumber Christians and atheists alike in most of their own countries? There are relatively few Christians who want to literally replace the Bill of Rights with the Ten Commandments, and these Christians are solely an American phenomenon.

Meanwhile, growing numbers of Muslims want sharia and will condone violence should you insult their paedophile prophet.

Christianity, in an extreme form, is making a come back only in some parts of the United States; everywhere else, the religion is on the run.


I knew I should not have got you started. You just can't help yourself can you, ballbreaker.

So Christianity is on the run is it?

How can it be on the run when The President of the world's only superpower IS a fundamentalist Christian, you dolt!!!. How the fuck did he get there when the Christian voting block in the US. Gallup surveys consistently count 46% of the population as being self-described born again Christians, the bulk of whom live in middle America.???

But if you really really believe that the Iranian National Guard is going to parachute into downtown Toronto and enforce Sharia law, then go fantasize somewhere else. Do you really think that even for a nano second that any Canadian woman from the most high-flying politically correct feminist bitch to the lowest welfare skank would be seen dead wearing a hajib?
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#1129 - 10/16/07 11:25 PM Re: Ahmadinejad and the Mahdi (a love story) [Re: School Bully]
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I said
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Christianity, in an extreme form, is making a come back only in some parts of the United States; everywhere else, the religion is on the run.


But you still felt that
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How can it be on the run when The President of the world's only superpower IS a fundamentalist Christian, you dolt!!!. How the fuck did he get there when the Christian voting block in the US. Gallup surveys consistently count 46% of the population as being self-described born again Christians, the bulk of whom live in middle America.???
needed to be said. Nobody will disagree with you on the subject of Christianity's popularity within the United States; you are consistently bringing up moot points.

The "world's only superpower" is my country's biggest business partner; I don't expect any problems from Uncle Sam over here in multiculti dystopia.

Groups of deranged individuals who feel they have a moral obligation to plant dirty bombs and destroy for destruction's sake are a greater concern than the possible deaths of some doctors at an abortion clinic. This subject is only meaningful from a survival/Realist point of view; is it radical Christians or Muslims that pose a greater threat to your life and the overall good health of the survival-system we live in?

I really am not concerned with whether or not the West really was cruel to the "sand niggers" at some point, or whether or not the Israelis are in the right or in the wrong; I am concerned mostly about survival and security.

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#2959 - 12/27/07 07:18 PM Re: Ahmadinejad and the Mahdi (a love story) [Re: *FyO*]
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seriously! someone should have shot him! even here in Iran a lot of people are pissed at him, but of course we cant say shit because we dont want to be killed! he used to be the mayor of a small city in Iran and now hes the president, its so stupid! i have this video on my phone where you see a worker from far away waving and he takes off his silly worker hat and comes closer, then you see its ahmadinejad! I still dont get why people voted for him!
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#2962 - 12/27/07 07:45 PM Re: Ahmadinejad and the Mahdi (a love story) [Re: IraniSatani]
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The same reason the fools here in the US voted for Bush--because they were charmed right out of their socks by his "down-to-earth" charisma and Texan machismo. Forget about their right-wing fundamentalist cores. Bush and Ahmadinejad are flip sides of the same coin. It's a shame he was elected--Iran was just starting to come into the modern age.

What is the prevailing opinion of Iranians about Venezuelan dictator Hugo Chavez? I know just a couple of months ago, Chavez paid a visit to Ahmadinejad. Just out of curiosity.
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#2963 - 12/27/07 10:40 PM Re: Ahmadinejad and the Mahdi (a love story) [Re: FrankensteinPhD]
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Hi my name is collette.


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#2964 - 12/27/07 11:03 PM Re: Ahmadinejad and the Mahdi (a love story) [Re: collette567]
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Hi my name is collette.

You can post introductions into the new members area Collette.
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