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Comment from: patricia [Visitor] Email
The curmudgeons aren't going to like your surrenderist, thumb-sucking attitude one bit. That said, I've got an invite to play The Flower of The East as soon as it's finished, now I just need the regulation chador.
11/17/06 @ 12:50
Comment from: Historian [Visitor] Email
Unlike a lot of nutcases in the Middle East, Iranian people are the most open-minded and educated people there. They are Persian, not Arabs. And they appreciate the western culture.

They deserve our help the most, whereas in Iraq, it is a country made up by three rival fractions - Sunni, Shitte, and Kurds. Removing Sadamm simply remove the obstacles for them to embark in a civil war. Same thing would not happen in Iran.
11/17/06 @ 15:49
Comment from: Ron Mon [Member] Email
I think Patricia might need a burka instead.
11/18/06 @ 10:13
Comment from: patricia [Visitor] Email
Actually no, Ron. In Iran it's the chador. The burka is worn mainly in Afganistan and it's much more conservative. You could never play golf in a burka. They're both ways for women to follow hijab which is the modest islamic dress code for women. It's interpreted differently in different countries. Personally I'm going to bring both...just in case. Probably in several stylish colors.
11/18/06 @ 16:57
Comment from: anothermoron [Visitor] Email
great idea...the place is one big sand trap already
11/19/06 @ 15:35

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