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(BBC)   One million Italian march; last seen headed for France   ( divider line
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1305 clicks; posted to Main » on 23 Mar 2002 at 6:51 PM (15 years ago)   |   Favorite    |   share:  Share on Twitter share via Email Share on Facebook   more»

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2002-03-23 06:52:50 PM  
watch out for the canadians.. they're plotting
2002-03-23 06:53:41 PM  
Have they dropped their guns yet????!!!
2002-03-23 06:56:04 PM  
Q. Why were there so many men at the Million Man March?

A. Only two had to get a day off work.
2002-03-23 06:58:12 PM  
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2002-03-23 07:03:41 PM  
Are there even one million Italians left in Italy? Last I heard if was all Morrocans and Albanians.
2002-03-23 07:07:32 PM  
When they recall a politician in Italy, they don't f*ck around.
2002-03-23 07:08:23 PM  
I imagine if someone speaking broken English asked, "Where they go?" that I'd respond, "A million of them, over there!"
2002-03-23 07:56:22 PM  
Workers unite! Death to Capitalism!
2002-03-23 09:11:59 PM  
France surrenders.
2002-03-23 10:10:48 PM  
stupid dagos.
2002-03-24 01:13:30 AM  
Great headline - who posted this?
2002-03-24 05:25:40 AM  
Hmm, I wonder if they'll wind up in NY. I wonder.
2002-03-24 08:03:29 AM  
Kewl: Check out your history of WWII...they were bullied into a war by a Facist dictator and a nutbag German!

But they make great pizza!
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