redefining hospitality

US to terrorists: Do you need anything.... passports.... guns.... a place to stay.... anything?

Read aangirfan.

Similar situation unfolding in the Philippines with Abu Sayyaf.

Due to other pressing issues my blogging will be light for several more days, but there's a lot going on so I will be back to it just as soon as possible.


nobody said...

"US to terrorists: Do you need anything.... passports.... guns.... a place to stay.... anything?"

Never mind, with lines like that less equals more. Very good.

A. Peasant said...

; D


Penny said...

Hey A, don't be gone to long.

Penny said...
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A. Peasant said...

hey pen, thanks. i'm trying to get back into the swing today. will try to post something later... maybe.

i did stumble across something just haven't figured out what the hell it is yet. nothing like being out of the loop for a couple of days -- seems like an eternity.

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