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GUEST,karen The Fatwa of Osama bin Laden (23) RE: The Fatwa of Osama bin Laden 21 Sep 01

[I am piggybacking response to another thread here. The problem I encounter with my system is that I can't respond (in any way I have yet learned, at least) to long threads. I can usually read them completely by utilizing 'sort descending' but I can't get to the response section in that way. I have chosen this thread as the subject is compatible, at least with the one I am responding to]. If there's a better way....please advise, I have no desire to offend or disrupt.

Jack the Sailor...I don't disagree with you except on the one point (and that not vehemently so). I am sorry if I gave the impression that I did. I do think that four planes, two towers, and the Pentagon are a definite line in the sand that can't be ignored, though.

When I see two hands holding weapons, I think one must be offensive and the other defensive in each given instance. I do not mean to imply that the roles are not transposable and I try to learn all about preceding skirmishes that I can comprehend.

I have found all the posts I'm reading here very well articulated and mind expanding, even portions I might disagree (if only for today) with.

Nancy....I found your post interesting and thought provoking and agreed with much you said. At the risk of being crass by making a little light of a grave situation---I don't think DJH's suggestion would be well received. I think it would be thought of as Indian Biscuits and at least allowed to grow stale while awaiting the results of the first fruits being fed to a pack of starving animals. Not that the thought and the sentiment behind it wasn't good.

Guest...grrrrrr...and I ain't even a Texan.:-)

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