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(NT) (NT) Kind of like predicting the sun will rise.

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ok! But I am sure they are not influenced one whit

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by the nonsense on the internet!

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I think so....otherwise why would

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Al Jezeera have a site that shows beheadings, kidnapped prisoners, Osama Bin Laden, etc.?????


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Right up there with the real Newspaper headline from the

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Second world war which read in its entirety : "War Seen Entering a New Phase of Violence".


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Censorship has rendered this thread unintelligible

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Because we now don't know what Mark was responding to and we don't see the other responses. Do we really need this heavy-handed editing?

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As you noted the lack of continuity, we are still working on "orphan" posts. The deleting process takes more time than you may or may not realize.

The ones that were initially removed were done so by our judgment as being in violation. You may call that "censorship" if you wish.

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