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    • 05.05.07 | 14:08 (IDT)

    Hey Dana, liked that one about Moon walking, the only problem is I don't have the shoes. As for Mr. Gaza Bar and Grill, the story of our meeting is sublime. It involves a Lesbian single mother, a dog and a refugee in Yaffo. sometime if you are interested I may relate the story to you. As for your take on the Clans, sorry I did not read Tossi today, it has little to do with occupation. As I said earlier it has been around for thousands of years. America and Europe have experienced it, and it only fell apart, not only with law and order, but with the disintergration of the close knit family. It is imperative to democracy that humans vote for themselves, and hopefully choose what is correct for their personal situations. Not as a block family entity. But Clans are more than that. whole villages in Israel and Pal, are settled by one family, often more than one. The strength of the extended family permeates politics, religion, business, business and business.

    from the article: Ignoring the chaos
    First published 00:00 04.05.07 | Last updated 00:00 04.05.07
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