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    • 31.10.07 | 12:40 (IST)

    To begin with the medical statistics pinning cancer on the antanaes are not nearly as conclusive as you might make them out to be. This is one of those easy stories of the downtrodden fighting the big boys, over health. How sinister. I can assure you that all those who participated in the demonstration, and took it too far, had cell-phones in their pockets. I can also assure you that was human beings they repeatedly complained about the poor reception, and cursed the big companies for not increasing the quality of reception. Now it is important in a world where people are hooked to their phones, their own doing BTW, to weigh the consequences of their use. If the village is does not want an antenae close by, then accept that their reception will suck. I am not a cell-phone user, so if I get pissed off at the antenaes the it is legit. violent hypocrites are a waste of time.

    from the article: MKs slam police 'unrestrained use of violence' in Druze town
    First published 00:00 31.10.07 | Last updated 00:00 31.10.07
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