Cagey B: Yeah, sorry. I'm not going to get outraged about the guy asking for a Bible and basic things required for fairly mainstream religious practice.
vpb: I thought he was a Muslim? Maybe he's whatever is good for getting attention at the moment.
silo123j: you'll get nothing and like it.
hardinparamedic: I'm supposed to be outraged by the fact he requested reasonable things, AND he got a fair trial?Oh, wait.It's not news, it's Foxnews.com
monoski: I fail to see the problem here. Just because you are on trial does not mean you lose your rights.
macadamnut: You have to be pretty farked up to join the army.
vudukungfu: Dude, you are the very stereotype of a mad Muslim who yells Allah Akbar and goes on a killing rampage.Fark you and die.
Cagey B: vpb: I thought he was a Muslim? Maybe he's whatever is good for getting attention at the moment.You're right. Bibles have nothing to do with religious study for Muslims, and clearly he's requesting it only to get attention by outside media sources. The best thing we can do is to get really angry about it.
spawn73: //How would knowing the name of the company that produces his cheese tell him if it was Halal? Well, I guess he could get his lawyer to look it up for him.
Eddie Adams from Torrance: The ashtray, the remote control, the paddle game, and this magazine, and the chair.
Prey4reign: Let's hope we draw the line at granting him a daily ride on a little pony.
Pick: He wants cheese? Give him Limburger. On a slice of onion.
bhcompy: Galligan has accused the Army of "overkill" in trying and convicting Hasan, who is now on military death row at Fort Leavenworth, Kansas."I mean, it's just a bunch of overkill," Galligan said. "Overreach. Unnecessary funds that were spent."I want to understand this better. What was the overkill? The guard? The helicopter? The grilled cheese sandwiches?
spawn73: He's a stereotypical convert IMHO.
cwolf20: In other news. Random tv shows, movies, and novels used to and still occasionally have plot blurbs about a prisoner requesting a bible and or reading/quoting from it. What was the name of one of the 70s early 80s movie I'm somehow remembering and it's too damn vague to describe a scene from it, again?
CutBoard: Eddie Adams from Torrance: The ashtray, the remote control, the paddle game, and this magazine, and the chair.Don't forget the thermos.....
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