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Chi Guevara
Red-blooded American Humanist Futurist
06:54 AM on 04/26/2013
He should have never quit smoking pot. Pot in the brain,peaceful. Religion on the brain, well you see the results.
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Dead Che
Where there's a will, I want to be in it.
07:28 AM on 04/26/2013
And the last time he smoked pot was?
10:45 PM on 04/26/2013
He was selling it, so he was smoking it
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Taylor95
07:33 AM on 04/26/2013
Exactly! Clearly when he was smoking pot, the only thing he was a danger to was the snack aisle at 7-11. They get him off, and he becomes a terrorist. Obviously, pot is the antidote for terroristic feelings.
06:53 AM on 04/26/2013
Stop feeding this scum,low life & deep six him like they did with Bin Laden.They spent enough tax dollars .Who cares if they were going to N Y, PA, Don't we have another war to engage in.
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06:51 AM on 04/26/2013
American people are the only ones left in the dark about how Muslims are MASTER Manipulators and story teller conspiracy con-artists telling stories to benefit themselves and their religion, they feed off people like us in the States. Given, not all of them act this way but followers are followers.
Actually right now in Mali Africa Muslims are trying to take over territory "whats new" so the UN just anonymously decided to send over 11,0000 American soldiers along with 6,0000 African soldiers.
-Source is Aljazeera site-
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Taylor95
07:35 AM on 04/26/2013
Unlike the Republicans master story telling of the WMD's in Iraq in order to invade and make a fortune with Haliburton and the oil? Greed is just as dangerous as religion.
08:08 AM on 04/26/2013
Yep and the puppet master is now rearing his ugly head towards Syria and the head becomes FATTERRRRRRR....
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waldopepper
I'd tell you all about me if you were my friend.
07:57 AM on 04/26/2013
Almost nothing you posted is right. Even your understanding and use of words is incorrect (ANONYMOUSLY? Clearly you don't know the meaning of the word.)

The 11000 man force to Mali is a UN mandate - and not a US force. See the difference? UN not US. So far the US has NOT agreed to supply a single man for this force.

You know less than nothing. You are ruled by ignorance and fear. And it shows. Learn something about the world. If you do you will see things differently.
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01:37 PM on 04/26/2013
I didnt even read anything you wrote cause of your weird pic. Thanks for trying though
06:50 AM on 04/26/2013
I hope he's well enough to bend over and grab his ankles.......
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Brandy Tee
07:05 AM on 04/26/2013
right ! I will donate to the pot......The bet who will get it first
Paulo1
Thanks for reading, (even if you disagree)
07:31 AM on 04/26/2013
Actually if you are gay and know where your prostate is that can be a lot of fun. I don't wish him any fun at all.
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David Lowe
06:50 AM on 04/26/2013
Now he will quickly learn what to expect for the rest of is life as a TERRORIST GUEST of the US Federal Prison System as opposed to the comfort of a great hospital in a great city that he was trying to destroy by bombing the Boston Marathon. BYE BYE !
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mcmutter
A Groover has to expect a few setbacks .....
06:49 AM on 04/26/2013
big boy prison ?

wowser !!!
06:49 AM on 04/26/2013
Short of visits to court and his final transfer to a supermax he'll never leave again. Hope he looked around on the way there.
MHT73
words matter
06:43 AM on 04/26/2013
That's some good news! He's out of the hospital where some of his victims are being treated, and he's off where security is already high. Overall, treating him at Fort Devens will be a lot cheaper than keeping a security guard on a civilian hospital.

Plus, I'm sure that's a big relief to all of the hospital staff, and they've been through a lot.
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Taylor95
07:36 AM on 04/26/2013
Keeping many security guards...as he was heavily guarded. At FD...that's part of their job.
MHT73
words matter
08:44 AM on 04/26/2013
exactly, so this eliminates the extra costs of having them at the hospital, which is typically NOT that heavily guarded.  
I don't want anyone playing Jack Ruby, I don't think this kid has told everything yet.