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The CIA is behind the recent massive terrorism: the demonstraion is here.
30 Sep 2001
Modified: 01 Oct 2001
The first question to ask when a terrorist attack occurs in any country is: "Has the government of this country commandited the attack?"
See also:
http://www.cs3i.fr/abonnes/do/
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The Next question
30 Sep 2001
The first question to ask when reading a contextually idiotic proposition is did the writer puke into his/her keyboard?
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30 Sep 2001
The first question to ask when reading a contextually idiotic proposition is did the writer puke into his/her keyboard?
The next question . . .
30 Sep 2001
The next question is: when a person uses a non-existent word like “commandited,” should it be considered a neologism that we all should take note of and employ in our everyday speech or an act reflecting a deep-seated, unprecedented level of ignorance and want of intellect?
The NEXT question is . . .
30 Sep 2001
The next question is: when a person uses a non-existent word like “commandited,” should it be considered a neologism that we all should take note of and employ in our everyday speech or an act reflecting a deep-seated, unprecedented level of ignorance and stupidity?
EXCELLENT ARTICLE!
01 Oct 2001
I had no problem understanding what was being communicated. English is not everyone's first laguage, but I think the point being made here is a much bigger issue than the words.