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(STV.tv)   Kazakh soccer manager defends sheep-sacrificing ritual ahead of international game in Scotland, says it shouldn't be a problem to source a sheep locally   (news.stv.tv) divider line 3
    More: Strange, Kazakh, Scotland, Shakhter Karagandy, soccer coach, Celtics, Michel Platini, Shakhter, football pitch  
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2013-08-27 01:20:58 PM
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uncoveror: This will hurt Kazakhstan's image worse than anything in the Borat movie or Da Ali G. Show.


Yeah, the real targets of those isn't Kazakhstan at all, it's, well, America.  Kazaks themselves aren't being mocked, per se, it's the people who are willing to believe that Kazaks must be like that.

I mean, that scene where Borat gets the crowd at a rodeo to join him in singing "Throw The Jew Down the Well"  was simulatenously hilarious and terrifying
2013-08-27 01:15:38 PM
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Inchoate: At least it isn't a barbecued marmot.


Then again, eating sheep brains isn't that safe either.
2013-08-27 11:50:08 AM
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Well that explains how they slaughtered Celtic the other day. Savages.
 
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