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    Saddam has been slashdotted

    Two turkeys
    Even Slashdot talks about this, so, what the hell, let's go with the flow.
    The funny thing about this kind of events is to watch everybody's reaction. Or lack thereof.
    Mine? So good for the iraqis, who will see his former dictator in front of a (hopefully fair) court. So bad for the americans, who might see Bush popularity soar. Everybody knows that his turkey-toting in Baghdad led directly to this catch. Or was it a metaphor? Oh, this guy is so intelligent (besides, it was fakea decoration, not-for-eating turkey, that is why it looks so perfect (as politely pointed out by a reader)).

    2003-12-15 00:16 | 2 Comment(s) | Filed in

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    De: Me Fecha: 2003-12-15 05:43

    It was in the buffet decoration, but roasted and all. No fake nor plastic there, man. I suggest you to read the pieces you link to, man

    De: JJ Fecha: 2003-12-15 16:02

    Well, it was fake in the sense that it was not intended for eating. I didn't say it was plastic, just it was fake (in the sense that it was not intended for eating). Anyways, I fixed it, thanks for pointing it out, and I _do_ read the pieces I link to.

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