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I just noticed that a snippet of my humble diatribes made the Quote of the Day on Catallarchy (thanks a lot guys!) but also, and that's the really interesting thing, this post on:
a blog by Leon, a 24-year-old American, that details his incredible journey backpacking into post-Saddam Iraq
An American backpacking into post-Saddam Iraq? Without a Kevlar, a squad of Marines and an armored division? Well, either the guy has a... Big, big chopper and a hundred cats' nine lives (that's a lot of lives, even if I'm not good at maths), or the bloody guerilla attacks of the rebellious Iraqi people fighting the infamous American occupation in a chaotic Iraq is not as bad as the Big Empty Media would like us to believe, eventually.

I'm still reading Leon's Fantastic Journey, but just like Doug Allen at Catallarchy, I can resist to urge you to have a look at this wonderful new small business in the Kurdish area of Iraq: a MaDonal.

No, there's no typo.

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Je viens juste de remarquer qu'un extrait de mes humbles diatribes est la Citation du Jour sur Catallarchy (merci les gars!) mais aussi, et c'est là le plus intéressant, ce post consacré à :
un blog par Leon, un américain de 24 ans, qui détaille son incroyable randonnée dans l'Irak post-Saddam
Un américain en randonnée sac à dos dans l'Irak post-Saddam ? Sans un Kevlar, une escouade de Marines et une division blindée ? Diantre, soit le gars est sévèrement burné et est doté des neufs vies d'une centaines de chats (Ca fait un paquet de vies, même si je ne suis pas bon en maths), soit les attaques de guérilla sanglante du peuple irakien en rébellion contre l'infâme occupation américaine dans un Irak livré au chaos ne sont pas aussi dramatique que les Grands Media Vides ne voudraient nous le faire croire finalement.

Je suis toujours dans la lecture du Fantastique Voyage de Leon, mais à l'instar de Doug Allen de Catallarchy, je ne peux pas résister à l'envie de vous presser de jeter un oeil sur cette magnifique nouvelle petite entreprise dans la partie Kurde de l'Irak : un MaDonal.

Non, il n'y a pas de faute de frappe.



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775 - fred

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Ha ha ha ha ha ecroulé MDR.......... So is possible to travel in Irak an take a photos ..... When I listening the news to TF1 : - They are a rebellion in Irak , the US Army aren't the control of situation and Bush demand the help of international comunity , but Chirac explain that this help is conditionned to return the power to irakians . - Think that , Chirak demand the return of irakians in the affairs because the France have an old contratcs with a Irak in particular with a petrol industries. If the americans have the control of this industries , the France lost their contracts and the billions behind , isn't it ?