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Iranian Forces Crossed Iraqi Border

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  • Reinart der Fuchs
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    Originally posted by UncleDes View Post
    Hey, Reinhart: Thanks for that!

    Maybe that's a new term "gnoming", when you accidentally "troll"?

    UD
    It depends if you gnome what you are doing, as I suspect was the case.

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  • UncleDes
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    Hey, Reinhart: Thanks for that!

    Maybe that's a new term "gnoming", when you accidentally "troll"?

    UD

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  • Reinart der Fuchs
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    Originally posted by UncleDes View Post
    IThe link is actually to a Fox News story about a guy beating up another guy with a garden gnome, and the "quote" is made up.
    See what you get for trolling us?!

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  • UncleDes
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    ...

    I got seriously worried that some people may have read my previous ironic post and actually believed it. The link is actually to a Fox News story about a guy beating up another guy with a garden gnome, and the "quote" is made up. I was hoping someone would "find me out".

    This really bothered me: I thought I may have caused more harm than good.

    UD

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  • UncleDes
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    ...

    For those of you who don't believe this, I got this quote:

    "The Iranian troops invading Iraq were observed to be carrying:
    - Weapons of mass destruction
    - Foetus-destroying chemicals and
    - "Vote Hillary/Obama" T-shirts"

    From the Fox News website. http://www.foxnews.com/story/0,2933,288158,00.html

    Must be true, then.

    UD

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  • Talisant
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    Originally posted by danskmacabre View Post
    To get to he other side..
    to get to the other Shiite

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  • L'Etranger
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    A week later and still no confirmation of this ... so it has to be mumbo-jumbo.

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  • Morgan Kane
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    Iraqian shiits meet with some troubles and Iran is happy of any troubles for the USA.

    Experience shows that a guerrilla must have a safe backyard. Iran is the the backyard of shiits even if iranian soldiers don't pass teh border. One more common thing with Vietnam.

    The silliness of the thing is that the problmes were predicted .. but when ideology wins over pragmatism !

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  • danskmacabre
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    Originally posted by Talisant View Post
    Why did the Iranian force cross the border?
    To get to he other side..

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  • Talisant
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    Why did the Iranian force cross the border?
    Last edited by Talisant; 06-28-2007, 10:56 AM.

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  • Mespheber
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    It reminds me the story of a polish plane crossing german border in 1939...

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  • Kevin McCabe
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    Originally posted by L'Etranger View Post
    Finally a force goes in that is able to restore order in Iraq!

    I wouldn't count on it. I'm pretty sure this is what Gates wanted all along. Bring in a foreign Shiite force, response is a counter-force from the Sunnis. Total realpolitik. But, then, he's the last of the old school cold warriors.




    Trouble is: I don't believe a word of what's said in "The Sun".

    No mention on the sites of BBC, "Der Spiegel", NYT, Irna (Iranian News Agency), "The Guardian", nothing, rien, nada.
    Stuff it.
    Hope yer right...

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  • Kevin McCabe
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    Though, fairly predictable. I'm pretty sure its what Gates wanted all along.

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  • Reinart der Fuchs
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    Nor the AP.

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  • L'Etranger
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    Finally a force goes in that is able to restore order in Iraq!




    Trouble is: I don't believe a word of what's said in "The Sun".

    No mention on the sites of BBC, "Der Spiegel", NYT, Irna (Iranian News Agency), "The Guardian", nothing, rien, nada.
    Stuff it.
    Last edited by L'Etranger; 06-26-2007, 05:33 AM.

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