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yes, I love Ghost in the Shell, I've got every series produced. You can watch it many times and still get something out of it. In any case, the plot is so complicated, you have to watch it several times to understand it!
And of course, I adore Motoko Kusanagi :-)
Dec 5, 2011
Several times you have offered your opinion should I have a question about a photo. Well, I do. The image in this article shows three men carrying what is supposed to be the bodies of three children.
From my time on the internet and my knowledge of Islam I have become a super skeptic and must question whether this is real or staged for shock value in the west.
There are several things in that photo that I must question. First off, are they en route to bury children or having a parade? Not knowing the burial rites of Syria I don't know if I am looking at burial shrouds or a temporary body bag. To my western mentality I would think that if they are burial shrouds then they would be of new clean cloth. If they are temporary body bags the blood would have darkened by the time a body reaches such a state of rigor, for they show no sign of sagging. They seem as rigid as a board
Sadly children are killed in time of war, and I resent Islam's great willingness to use them as pawns in the game of politics, but I look at this and it just doesn't seem quite right.
Jun 28, 2012
I have a FB friend in Jakarta named George McKay you may find interesting. https://www.facebook.com/george.mckay.967
He posts a daily site http://rossrightangle.wordpress.com/2012/08/06/bukan-raja-dangdut-t...
I find him interesting from the aspect that most American think of Islam as only being a Middle Eastern Phenomenon. I don' t think most are even aware of the Indonesian variety.
Aug 6, 2012