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I've seen this one more than once, but I think it really bears repeating.

#shoebomb   #airport   #Columbine   #guncontrol   #JohnOliver  
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The white horse was punished by its owner for not performing in a race! 

I guess humans have a lot to learn. 
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Sweet!
 
4 million people died in the Bengal holocaust, a number which could have been greatly reduced had it not been for British policy failure. It was a colossal loss of life, one of the most extreme in history, and yet we don't find explicit mention of the famine in our textbooks or any history documentaries.
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The paper maintains that while the Hindu-Muslim riots are electorally costly for the Congress, these riots in effect strengthen the “ethno-religious parties.
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Assalamu 'alaykum wa rahmatullah,

I am deeply troubled by some of the posts in this community - particularly those that condone the actions of IS and their ilk.

I would like the moderators and other active members of this community to inform me about the methodology that this community follows, when it comes to posting things under the banner of Islam. 

Do the members who post material here, which are not direct quotes from ulema (with the entire context of that quote), need any sort of Islamic knowledge? If so, what is the moderator's or owner's role? Does the moderator or owner exercise his/her discretion to delete any post? Is there any methodology of debate, without asking the other to shut up?

I would like it if someone would respond to this post of mine, in sha Allah. I know that there is no fancy image here, to make this post attractive. 
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Sidi +Muhammad Mohammadi Al Kurdi​, insha'Allah 3ziz, I will hope that you read this and answer. 
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When is his term ending again?
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That would be right.
 
Bubba the cat has been wandering around Leland High School in San Jose, California, for so long, that he's become an institution unto himself.
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Ready to learn!!
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+Mariam Jamal+Maria Jamal

I bet you never thought of it this way.
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Those foreign trips... didn't quite help.
In a setback to India's bid for a permanent seat in an expanded UN Security Council, the US, along with Russia and China, has opposed negotiations to reform the powerful UN body, refusing to contribute to a text that will form the basis for the long-drawn reform process.
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+safeer ahmed : Indian media portrays India as a major player in World economy and politics. Our History books always talk about the greatness of our culture while berating other cultures.

Unless people wake up to reality and understand that all of that is untrue, India will remain complacent!
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I would give it five stars for the bread sticks alone they served. But it got better, and I have no more stars to give. The pizza we ordered (a large Mediterranean) was among the best I've had in a while. The service was great, prompt. It is a sit down place, so, the place is slightly on the pricier side, but then, one could indulge in that. Would definitely go back again.
Public - 5 months ago
reviewed 5 months ago
I've visited this place a few times in the past. And yes, as other reviewers have said, the food is greasy. All that aside, the size of the omelettes is something that sort of makes it worth the price. Last night's experience was, however, terrible. The waitress was grumpy. I didn't what I ordered. The pancakes were raw. The omelette was half the size of what it normally is. I complained, but there was nothing done about it. Perhaps, the best part of my order was the water.
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Public - 5 months ago
reviewed 5 months ago
The pizza place was crowded, as is expected of a new place in Gainesville, FL. We've had many such instances where a new eatery is overtly crowded but as time goes by, the numbers diminish. (Classic example is Genghiz Grill which went out of business in 3 years). But coming back to the place, the staff is inexperienced. We ordered the "Veg out" pizza and honestly, I was quite dissatisfied. The crust is thin, so when they added a lot of sauce, it overpowered the taste of the rest of the toppings. But to make matters worse, they burnt the crust. Since we had a to-go order, we obviously couldn't bring it to their attention. The place, as it stands now, deserves a one star for the poor quality of pizza. The only reason I give this two stars is because of the prompt service, despite the crowd.
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Public - 6 months ago
reviewed 6 months ago
Well, this is perhaps the lifeline of Gainesviile. Almost all shopping needs are taken care of. Parking is adequate.
Public - 8 months ago
reviewed 8 months ago
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My car made a knocking sound and so I went to this place. It is quite close to where I live (literally across the street) and I didn't want to risk driving my car to a place farther away. They asked me to get an oil change, and said that it would solve the problems. Then they suggested that I get new spark plugs (they sell a $6 product for $20, by the way) and gave me a bunch of estimated expenditure which amounted to close to $ 1000. Wisdom and an empty wallet prevailed (I'm a poor grad student at UF) and I didn't get any of those repairs done. While returning home, the knocking sound became very loud, the check engine light oil was on, and the car stalled right in front of my house. Phew! Didn't have to push it or call AAA. Then, my olfactory detected a faint burnt stench. Something came over me and I opened the hood and checked the coolant... And I'd found what was wrong. I poured water in it and my car is just the way it was. =) Their diagnosis was horrible. And their sole intention, meseems, is to rip the customer off by asking him/her to use services that he/she doesn't need. I would have given this place 0 stars. But Google won't allow me to go any lower than 1 star. Also, they're located quite close to Pets Mart, and I visited that place- got to play with cats. So, yeah, that is why I give this place a 1 star.
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Public - 6 months ago
reviewed 6 months ago
Sort of dirty. Bad sound system. But, skating was fun. Real fun. =)
Public - 8 months ago
reviewed 8 months ago
This is a delightfully wonderful place. The ice creams are awesome, as one has come to expect from Haagen-Dazs, but more importantly, the service... spectacular.
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reviewed 8 months ago