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    Time reports that the US military is spread too thin by trying to fight a couple of post-wars in two different places in the world. They should take advice from the British Empire, who hired sepoys too keep the unrestive natives at bay.But wait: they already did it (NYT, free registration, blah, blah). No wonder, after all, USA is the mother of outsourcing... now they are outsourcing trigger-pulling!

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    De: anna Fecha: 2006-08-18 03:22

    usa rules :D



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    De: JJ Fecha: 2006-08-18 12:48

    For the time being...



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