Ah, the past weekend reminds me of what one of my favorite interpreter's father would say... "Snow in the mountains is better than gold in the bank." As, I do not have any farmland along the Panjshir River, he may have my allotment of snow. Please come and remove it ASAP.
A great muddle
if you ask me - Talbin scum...
Britain's Prince Charles greets President Hamid Karzai at Clarence House in London. Afghanistan is at a "tipping point" ahead of an expected Taliban spring offensive, a hard-hitting report warned, despite upbeat comments from Karzai and British Prime Minister Tony Blair.(AFP/POOL/Kirsty Wigglesworth)
Oh brave Talib
- got enough children to flee behind?
I am wary of the numbers cited here
. But one shouldn't downplay all of the report.
I weep for our media when I can look at an article in the Tehran Times
and see they are very much more careful in how they treat claims by a "purported" Talib commander than our own...
Another good Canadian idea
I wonder if he said this with a straight face....?
Uh, wait one...over.
A bit of an angry, historical oriented polemic.
Over to you, Airborne.
Go watch this - it's a bit long. I, and my co-workers, helped a bit with this...
The leading citizens of Rogmati. [photo by...me]
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