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Monday, April 20, 2009

In Your Faces, Insecure Jackanapes!: Susan Boyle Is A Sensation while the rest of envious, judgmental morons are losers!

All those worthy-of-slaps, envious, distorted, filthy faces they showed before Susan Boyle sang were manifestations of the purest bitterness and jealousy to Susan's ability. Before Susan awed the world, she stood there, in front of 3 doubting judges and many insecure audience., she was humble, confident, never antagonizing the people watching - but all those physical distortions of some were infuriating. Beat it, you awful people.....you're too judgmental. Anyway, Susan's charming and pompous vocal prowess was astonishing and cordially, emotionally reaching. It brought her so worthy to world fame, and she deserves it. But those insecure jackanapes whose obvious actions proved their inferior cerebral protoplasms to be crappy pieces of junk. Just face it, will ya, Susan overshone you and she's a true, worthy artist. And in your pathetic faces you spiteful people, give yourselves a break. 

The UN Anti-Racism Conference: Why some boycotted?

Yes, Iranian Presidet Mahmoud Ahmadinejad is speaking at the conference, and it isn't a good idea for some, especially for Prime Minister Netanyahu. Bringing Zionism to the table is quite awkward a topic, especially when some consider Zionism as racism. As a response, some refused not to attend due to the reason that Ahmadinejad's speech may be a pulpit for Anti-semitism. Is it reasonable to think early about such assumption? Is the issue on the convicted American journalist Roxana Saberi became a factor for US to boycott the talks?  The Americans may be that smart enough not to be grudging such issue, but possibilities are openly there. If it's the only obvious reason for some to refuse their attendance to the talks, what we should hope for is that the UN talks should achieve something about the issue. Should UN really include anti-Semitism to the talks? Is the issue between China and Tibet (where human rights violations have been so immense) be there too? The denial of Holocaust of some countries? As for Netanyahu, hearing first what Mahmoud's mouth will utter perhaps is the best action to be careful of, rather than alledging. As for Ahmadinejad, please, don't be an opportunist to say things that will only bring about clamor and loathe against you. 

Yahoo! News Story - Italian scientist, turning 100, still works

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How Somalia's Fishermen Became Pirates

 
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Issue of the Day

Roxana Saberi, the American journalist who is convicted in Iran after allegations of spying for US, is given by Pres. Mahmoud Ahmadinejad chance to defend herself in court. Is the sentence (8 years imprisonment) even a fair conviction in the first place?

Signs of Spring: U.S.-Latin America Relations Thaw

 
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