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    bcl
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      when I first saw this pic I remember thinking it was odd,  the guy in front was just sashaying along. – how  did he keep the lead at that pace. Now I see he didn't.. wonder what twit thought this one up.
      http://ca.news.yahoo.com/s/yahoocanada/100917/canada/egyptian_paper_doctors_photo_of_mubarak_and_obama

       

       

       

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      when I first saw this pic I remember thinking it was odd,  the guy in front was just sashaying along. – how  did he keep the lead at that pace. Now I see he didn't.. wonder what twit thought this one up.
      http://ca.news.yahoo.com/s/yahoocanada/100917/canada/egyptian_paper_doctors_photo_of_mubarak_and_obama

       

       

       

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      I am sickened with the goings on up here. Last weekend in BC a sixteen year old girl was drugged and gang raped, photos have gone viral. The girl has physical injuries. I have heard some of these poor victims do not remember their experiences, except for the trauma to their bodies -that's obviously horrific enough – but this girl has it in stereophonic. And may have for the rest of her life. I really thought that was the limit, but just now, when I went to find the story I see local students are supposedly arguing whether the drugging and violent assault of a girl counts as rape.   W    T    F   Lack of empathy ( or whatever this is) is on the rise and it makes me want to f'n scream.

       

      http://ca.news.yahoo.com/s/capress/100917/national/rave_gang_rape

       

       

       

       

       

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        LV
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          It looks like Mubarak knows his way around the White House, and was leading them on a tour. And I have to wonder – was his tie just swinging freely as he dashed along, or was the picture also reversed? It looks to be in exactly the same position, just in the opposite direction.  Lots of weird photo-shopping!

           

          I can't even begin to digest the other story. Sickening.

           

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            bcl
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               Hi L:smiley  I thought reversal when I looked at the tie too, but the hands are not quite the same – maybe be a shot taken a fraction of a second later?  Bet Mubarak's pissed off someone made him look a right ejeet:)

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              bcl
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                 Hi L:smiley  I thought reversal when I looked at the tie too, but the hands are not quite the same – maybe be a shot taken a fraction of a second later?  Bet Mubarak's pissed off someone made him look a right ejeet:)

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                It looks like Mubarak knows his way around the White House, and was leading them on a tour. And I have to wonder – was his tie just swinging freely as he dashed along, or was the picture also reversed? It looks to be in exactly the same position, just in the opposite direction.  Lots of weird photo-shopping!

                 

                I can't even begin to digest the other story. Sickening.

                 

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