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Iran Missile Launch is a fake?

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Oh, those rascals

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I'll bet even their copy of Photoshop could be a dupe. Wink

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"Photo Shop Missile Defense Shield"

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Not my idea but what DOD must be working on next.

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Well, the pictures are fake anyway....

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I think outr military has a pretty good idea of who launched what, when.

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Great way to boost the oil prices?

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As to our military intelligence I think it speaks for itself (or to itself?)

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They ring a bell...

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Agence France-Presse said that it obtained the image from the Web site of Sepah News, the media arm of the Iranian Revolutionary Guards, on Wednesday.
Agence France-Presse (AFP) rings a bell. Remember "LONDON (AFP) - Biofuels have caused world food prices to increase by 75 percent..."?

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Pavlov wins again!

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Notice major USA papers publish the doctored pictures? Looking for a front page hosted retraction.

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What does one have to do with te other?

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Press services only pass information form other sources along.

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Dare I say it? (An original poem)

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Dare I say it?

Yes, I dare.

Just can't get

Myself to care.

T'wether the missiles

Were fake or real

Either way, no big deal.

Within their range

Of likely targets

Lie nuclear weapons

All ready for "market".

How foolish to play

The "I dare you" ploy

When those around you

Have a much bigger "toy".

Speakeasy Moderator

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As seen on TV!!!

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Do they move their launchers around and around so they're recounted again and again? Well, paint them for the cruise missile, let the iron rain fall. -----Willy Happy

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