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Gaddafi’s Jesus by Thanos Kalamidas

What can you do when Libya’s Colonel Muammar al-Gaddafi comes out with comments, such as the one he made at the opening of a giant mosque in Uganda? The man said that the Bible was forged, since it didn’t mention the Prophet Muhammad.

Peace and ecommerce by Linda Lane
In his book, ‘The Lexus and the Olive Tree’, Thomas L. Friedman proposed The Golden Arches Theory of Conflict Prevention, observing that no two countries with a McDonald’s franchise had ever gone to war with one another, a version of the democratic pea.

Coen, Coen, Gong! by Asa Butcher
Did I like ‘No Country for Old Men’? Yes. Did I love it? No. Should it have won Best Picture? Not sure. Is it classic Coen brothers? Yes. Has it got the worst haircut since Sean Penn in ‘Carlito’s Way’? Definitely, yes.

“death is never cold” by Bohdan Yuri
“You can’t write poetry on the computer.” – Quentin Tarantino



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