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1567 clicks; posted to Main » on 31 Jul 2001 at 8:52 AM (16 years ago)   |   Favorite    |   share:  Share on Twitter share via Email Share on Facebook   more»

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2001-07-31 09:01:12 AM  
I think I saw a guy with an AK-47 go running by.
2001-07-31 09:06:54 AM  
Nope, that wasnt an AK-47, that was a uranium based nuclear warhead
2001-07-31 10:07:52 AM  
The middle east already gets *way* too much media coverage.
I watch ABC news and there's almost almost a "story" concerning the middle east. Every time someone farts over there there's a camera to cover it. It's way out of proportion to the other happenings in the world.
2001-07-31 10:16:06 AM  
Maybe so, Bongoman. But this camera is located in the exact location where a serious clash occured little more than 48 hours ago.

This might be worth checking out from time to time
2001-07-31 10:37:49 AM  
You are visitor
2001-07-31 12:00:46 PM  
say, if a go there with a huge sign that reads "fark you all" that i'll stretch across the cam's view will anybody take a screen-capture of it?
2001-07-31 12:54:09 PM  
K, yeah, and I'll also screen-cap you getting your head blown off
2001-07-31 12:58:11 PM  
K: be sure and wear your yamulka prominently or the Israeli pigs might gun you down.
2001-07-31 03:35:27 PM  
Hey! I saw Waldo!

-he who stacks pork
2001-07-31 04:17:16 PM  
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2001-08-02 08:05:03 PM  
btw, i just remembered, the IDF doesn't use AK-47 at all.. that is to say what albert "saw" should of been a palestinian militia. cool.
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