Jun 4th 2011 3:57PM People tend to act more like savages when they know that nobody knows who they are. Of course you also get the benefit of experiencing the brutal honesty in it's raw form. Something you rarely see when face to face with a human. What you see here is humanity stripped down to it's primordial self.
Jun 4th 2011 3:51PM yes there are numerous references to this crash on the internet describing it as a Caspian Air lines pasenger jet. All civilians. I was misled by the article too.
Jun 4th 2011 3:46PM Really? So I supose you would start with my 11 year old nephew who is of Pakistani descent? My nephew who was born in the U.S. and is a citizen? My nephew who is an honor student and a Boy Scout. My nephew who collects toys and donates them so other less fortunate kids can have a Christmas.
Tell me, what is your genealogical history? Go ahead. Describe your pure blood line to me. I'm sure it should be simple as you only have one set of grandparents and one set of great grandparents.
Of course you are probably too obtuse to even understand how I just insulted you.
Jun 4th 2011 3:34PM NO
This article was grossly missinformed and poorly written as usual.
The downed aircraft was NOT Iranian and NOT military. It was a civilian passenger jet filled with civilians. It was NOT in Iranian airspace and Not going to or comming from Iran. The aircraft in the foreground were NOT Iranian either. Nor were they owned by the U.S. though obviously made here.
I fell for it too at first then did some reading.
Jun 4th 2011 3:27PM Based on what you have said and what I have just read elsewhere, if true, then the author of this article is an idiot.
The downed aircraft is being described as NOT Iranian, not in Iranian airspace with the aircraft in the foreground NOT Iranian. How did this article come up with the headline?
Well I supose it proves that one cannot believe much one sees in the media
Jun 4th 2011 3:23PM are you sure? this article says it was a military aircraft.
Jun 4th 2011 3:19PM If this was about civilians I would agree with you.
But this is about Iranian military personel on a military aircraft. The last that I heard, Iran is our enemy. While we are not officially at war with them, Iran supplies and suports our enemies who we are at war with which makes Iran a fair target. The author of this article writes as though we and Iran are friends and we are not. While I will not sit here and gleefully cheer on what circumstances brought that plane down and it's occupants to their demise like some here have, I will also not mourn them and I refuse to call it tragic. It's just one less plane full of the enemy that we will have to be concerned about.
I am, however, more concerned about that fact that all the aircraft in the video are American made and that we have not figured out how to shoot them down yet.
Jun 4th 2011 3:10PM OK let me see if I can wrap my brain around this.
An American made C-130, an American made F-4 both in Iran (our enemy?).
The author of this article speaking as though these are our friends.
Loss of technology?
I don't even know where to start.
What universe did I wake up in this morning?
Nov 11th 2010 10:02PM Anytime a family gains notoriety for being large or for having multiple births of 6 or more corporations bend over backwards to do some sort of promotional advertising with them. Usually it is an exchange of gifts for product placement or some such. It is very common. I am guessing that the network contributes to their income and that would be expected under the circumstances.
Oct 22nd 2010 12:38AM Um, yes that is the normal state of mind for every Scientologist I have ever seen. Although, to be fair, she could actually be stoned.
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