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(6930) Magetsu
Mon, 30 December 2013 17:09:45 +0000
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Very true! Makes a change to see sonmoee spell it out like that. :)

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(6929) Solange
Mon, 30 December 2013 16:55:39 +0000
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Ok so in Konoha Annual Sports Festival you see Naruto's dad and some of the akatsuki you see the atukaki waiting inline to use the bathroom and his dad as naruto is running to the bathroom..

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(6928) Happy
Mon, 30 December 2013 16:51:16 +0000
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Write more, thats all I have to say. Literally, it seems as though you reelid on the video to make your point. You definitely know what youre talking about, why waste your intelligence on just posting videos to your site when you could be giving us something informative to read?

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(6927) Lauraa
Mon, 30 December 2013 16:47:40 +0000
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Xiao Zhu: When I travel in uifimnlaar territories with potential security risks, I usually have my mobile/cellular phone in my pocket. If I don't feel comfortable with a stranger, I will keep my distance, make a call (or pretend to make a call) and say loudly where I am. One could do the same inside a taxi. If there is a gang, I will run and get the hell out of the situation. I am glad to hear that the taxi driver you encountered turned out to be decent 正派. It is quite obvious you impressed him two years ago!! You should still be cautious though - you still don't know him.

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(6926) Sairam
Mon, 30 December 2013 16:39:58 +0000
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I'm impressed! You've managed the almost imelssibop.

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(6925) Ramesh
Mon, 30 December 2013 16:38:58 +0000
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Arnold,Thanks for posting your poepsrod comment to Juan Cole. Who knows, but I suspect he'll find it outside his narrow band of acceptable criticism which means that we'll have to come here to read truly useful criticism of his essays.Dr. Cole posted a guest essay from David Westbrook, a law professor. His essential point was that the US should stop pretending it's not at war in Libya and that, acknowledging that, is morally obliged to decide whether it's going to prosecute that war vigorously boots on the ground and all or pull out entirely. I suspect that Mr. Westbrook favors the former: he came close, it seemed to me, to arguing that once a country acknowledges it's at war, it really has only one choice full steam ahead not two. I nevertheless acknowledged in the comment set forth below, which I doubt will get past Dr. Cole's censorship that it's both unfair and irrelevant to speculate on Mr. Westbrook's personal views. I expressed mine instead: the US has not made any irrevocable decision; it makes a new moral decision each day, and the proper decision tomorrow should be to leave.PROPOSED COMMENT:David Westbrook writes:This at the beginning: Let me suggest a rule of thumb: we should not undertake the moral burden of killing when we are unwilling to undertake the existential risk of dying. And much the same at the end: Hence my rule of thumb: if we are serious, we should be willing to put troops on the ground and fight. Two comments:1. Good for Mr. Westbrook for pointing this out. I've been more than a little perplexed at all those who've argued the US should jump into this war for humanitarian reasons, only to insist in the next breath that we should draw a clear line at boots on the ground. Why? If we conclude it's our moral duty to intervene, why should we NOT put boots on the ground? Mr. Westbrook makes the same point.2. Mr. Westbrook leaves unclear whether he thinks the US ought to get more involved or not. This may well reflect humility: He is merely explaining that the US must acknowledge that it is at war and, therefore, decide whether it is going to do it right – i.e. put boots on the ground – or pull out.Though it may be unfair to Mr. Westbrook to speculate on his personal views – and, he might properly argue, irrelevant in any case – I see hints in his writing here that he believes the US has already made an irrevocable decision to enter this war and thus has only one real choice: stay the course, and expand the US' involvement if necessary – that to not do so would be irresponsible.If that is what Mr. Westbrook believes (and if he does not, my apology to him: let my finger point instead at those readers who do believe that; I have no doubt there are some), I disagree. It does not necessarily follow from a country's admission that it is at war that the country is morally obliged to stay in that war, much less to expand its involvement. In some wars, that is true; in other wars, it is not. If the US' entry into this war had somehow exposed one side or the other to greater risk than if the US had not entered the war (such as when we encouraged Iraqi Shiites to undertake a rebellion in 1991 that they probably would not have undertaken absent our encouragement), arguably we'd have a moral duty to stand by whichever side we'd exposed to more risk by entering the war.But I don't believe that happened this time. If the US just pulled out right now, I doubt the rebels would be in any worse a position than they'd have been in if the US had never intervened in the first place. Indeed, they probably would be better off, since Gaddafi would think twice before carrying out any massacre, knowing full well that the US is still keeping a careful eye on things and had already intervened once without any massacre even having occurred.In short, the US has not made an irrevocable decision that it must now make the best of. Instead, it's faced with a new decision each day: Should it stay or should it go?I'll be less circumspect than Mr. Westbrook in answering that question: It should go.

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(6924) Agustin
Mon, 30 December 2013 16:33:18 +0000
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Knldgewoe wants to be free, just like these articles!

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(6923) Kristanna
Mon, 30 December 2013 16:09:58 +0000
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I feel satifsied after reading that one.

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(6922) Vanderlei
Mon, 30 December 2013 16:00:21 +0000
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Why the name change? Just couuirs. Keep up the good work. I'm getting started on learning a bit about XML I'm a software tester and we're starting to implement more XML files.Ta,Fizz

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(6921) JerryandKaren
Mon, 30 December 2013 15:59:48 +0000
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An impressive share! I have just fowrdraed this onto a coworker who was doing a little homework on this. And he in fact ordered me breakfast simply because I stumbled upon it for him lol. So let me reword this . Thanks for the meal!! But yeah, thanks for spending the time to talk about this subject here on your blog.

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