"Better to fight for something than live for nothing"~George S Patton
Hi Supersekrit,Howie did the story on Jawa, I did this one on my blog. I can't bear to look in that little girl's eyes and think of not only what she went through, but what she will go through for the rest of her life. And that she will turn around and do that to her own daughter when the time comes. My daughters saw that picture today and were going "Oh, what a cute baby!" and then they almost threw up when they saw what the story was about.
Well looks like i just broke rule number #4 and I just gave it too meself...thanks for pointing it out Vicki...That story saddens me so and cry for them...
Which one is Rule #4? I am so busted, I never read the rules!
BTW, thank you for the link.
Thou shalt pay attention to what one is doing...I guess..:)Dang, just about replied to this post to meself...email....man. Is there a little chip put in a newbie head....I need an excuse...
You are most welcome Vicki!
Interesting. I will never forget as a brand spanking new Nurse. I took care of a young woman with abdominal pain. I was to catherize her to get a urine sample. To cut a long story short, she had been mutilated --- no urethra visible through the scar tissue. It was horrifying. I had never even heard of such a thing --- I thought she had been burned. Not to mention the fact that her male relative would not leave during the exam --- bastard. We admitted her for a urinary tract infection. I still see her sad little face.
Cruelty, thy name is Islam.
They're all Islamotards here!! West Java especially, where Bandung is. Shutting down or burning churches, mutilating little girl's gentitalia, and what ever else their retarded minds can think of. I celebrated the Koranimals return here in Malang from Mekkah from the pagan hajj ritual by letting 7 dogs run through the crowd and freak everyone out. The buses from the airport came to the roundabout where my work is and families came to meet them there. I couldn't get to my work so I encouraged some local undomesticated dogs to partake in the festivities by feeding them bakso (meatballs).
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