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  1. JUDAS

    Osama Bin Laden dead - USA has his body

    I thought that was how most Americans were starting to feel - until Obama decided to attack Libya. I'll give you odds of a million to one that America would never do that. Could also give you a million reasons ( well, maybe not that many )as to why.
  2. Testing the prototype must have been terrifying. I mean, if they programmed it wrong it might not stop until it got xx litres
  3. Interesting what different people see You do not see kids being taught and encouraged to attack jews? You do not see kids being used as propaganda tools? You do not see that anything and pretty much everything released is a lie and a dirty attempt to make Israel look bad? Time to take off badly tinted glasses perhaps? We all see the truth as we want to. I saw kids/teenagers stoning a car which struck one of them. I saw restraint on the part of the driver as he tried to avoid hitting the kid, he could have decided to just plough through them all. What I also saw and felt was a wasted childhood with not much prospect of a better future. Blame it on the parents, the environment they live in or a hundred other options but, the fact remains it's a terrible loss of innocence for those children. Guess I try to see more then one side.
  4. Tip: click inside this box to load the editor Interesting find if somewhat disturbing to view. The driver clearly didn't intend to hit the young lad and, in fact, looked like he wanted to get out and assist as he stopped, or maybe just shocked.
  5. Not "easily" at all. It almost never happens. Mandela is almost unique in that regard. Too bad that the Israel haters have to lie about what he actually said and put fake quotes on the Internet. Fair enough, the word 'easily' is somewhat of an exaggeration. My apologies.
  6. I chose to respond to a post about Nelson Mandela who was previously called a terrorist and now viewed as a statesman by a great many people, which I happen to agree with. My point is quite clear though, the terrorist label, at times, does not always stick. Granted, I may be somewhat off topic but, but for you to state that my comments are in a similar vein as comparing Israel to the Nazi is utterly disgraceful.
  7. Mandella does not have a lot of credibility when it comes to terrorism. He was one himself. You can Google that too. Just shows how the word terrorist is used. Mandela 'the terrorist' is a recipient of the US Congressional Gold Medal for his lifelong dedication to the abolition of apartheid. U.S. has Mandela on terrorist list Updated | Comment | Recommend E-mail | Save | Print | By Mimi Hall, USA TODAY WASHINGTON Nobel Peace Prize winner and international symbol of freedom Nelson Mandela is flagged on U.S. terrorist watch lists and needs special permission to visit the USA. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice calls the situation "embarrassing," and some members of Congress vow to fix it. The requirement applies to former South African leader Mandela and other members of South Africa's governing African National Congress (ANC), the once-banned anti-Apartheid organization. In the 1970s and '80s, the ANC was officially designated a terrorist group by the country's ruling white minority. Other countries, including the United States, followed suit. Source http://www.usatoday....watchlist_N.htm Yep, todays terrorist can become a freedom fighter if it's politically expedient TERRORIST WATCH! Mandela & the Church Street Bombing http://www.netcomuk.co.uk/~springbk/enemy.html kuffkI, that's my point. Mandela was labeled a terrorist but is now a respect man who "fought for freedom" who receives international awards for his previous actions. I'm way too cynical to accept the labels given by my country or it's allies on certain groups without question. As stated earlier, todays terrorist can quite easily become tomorrows freedom fighter, or even international statesman.
  8. Mandella does not have a lot of credibility when it comes to terrorism. He was one himself. You can Google that too. Just shows how the word terrorist is used. Mandela 'the terrorist' is a recipient of the US Congressional Gold Medal for his lifelong dedication to the abolition of apartheid. U.S. has Mandela on terrorist list Updated | Comment | Recommend E-mail | Save | Print | By Mimi Hall, USA TODAY WASHINGTON — Nobel Peace Prize winner and international symbol of freedom Nelson Mandela is flagged on U.S. terrorist watch lists and needs special permission to visit the USA. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice calls the situation "embarrassing," and some members of Congress vow to fix it. The requirement applies to former South African leader Mandela and other members of South Africa's governing African National Congress (ANC), the once-banned anti-Apartheid organization. In the 1970s and '80s, the ANC was officially designated a terrorist group by the country's ruling white minority. Other countries, including the United States, followed suit. Source http://www.usatoday.com/news/world/2008-04-30-watchlist_N.htm Yep, todays terrorist can become a freedom fighter if it's politically expedient
  9. I know exactly what you mean
  10. JUDAS

    Street Fight

    oops. You spoke politely with the guy the first time and it wasn't well received. Second time he's trying it on by riding onto your driveway, in his own little way he's trying to wind you up, you reply with a reasonable shout of "slow down" I'm not alone in thinking you acted in a controlled way but, the guy had a drink by then so suddenly he was tough Swings at you and you put him down. You sir, did nothing at all wrong, you spoke up for the welfare/safety of the kids and he got what he tried to give you, a good slap. You certainly don't sound like someone who enjoys violence but, you were given no choice and did what had to be done. Cyber handshake for your sir
  11. JUDAS

    Ex Wife Wants Too Much Money For Kids

    It's all relative. 20k to someone making 200k is not really an issue but, somewhat different paying 20k when on an income of 30k a month. It's not possible to give a definitive figure as we all have different circumstances, my only criteria would be that my children lifestyle should not suffer if at all possible. And yes, if the tables were turned, my wife could definitely afford to pay the same to me, she owns a number of businesses. In our situation, I would think we would split all child costs.
  12. JUDAS

    Ex Wife Wants Too Much Money For Kids

    My cost for my two children per month: Rented house: 4k Electric: 3k School costs including books/uniforms/fees etc: 3k Car running costs, insurance, fuel, maintenance etc and depreciation: 12k Food including snacks etc: 9K? Cable TV and internet: 1k Water and Gas: 400 Baht Wear and tear on household items etc: 2K? Doctor/dentist etc: 1k I know I've missed out a lot of things, holidays, birthday, special treats etc. I make that 35,400 Baht per month which has actually surprised me, didn't realise small people were so expensive
  13. Lucky for me then, I left Chumphon this morning for a few days
  14. JUDAS

    Egypt to open Gaza crossing permanently

    I'm watching this on youtube atm. Certainly interesting viewing and, at least in my case, time consuming as I frequently stop it to do some fact checking. Whilst I never thought for one minute that Israel was without fault in this conflict, as some posters would have us believe, this documentary has opened my eyes wider.
  15. JUDAS

    Insurance Windshield Sticker

    And neither does mine. Even if they did, I probably wouldn't display it as not legally required to, hate stickers on my windscreen
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