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  • casp321 Feb 10, 2013 10:50 PM Flag

    The government has made it impossible for any human to fart, sneeze, and cough at the same time


    I am closing in on them as to the reasons for this issue

    stay tuned for updates.......

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      US and Iran find common ground: Olympic wrestling
      By NASSER KARIMI | Associated Press – 1 hr 0 mins ago
      TEHRAN, Iran (AP) — Arch foes Iran and the U.S. have found some common ground in the fight to save wrestling as an Olympic sport.

      U.S. wrestling coach Zeke Jones on Tuesday called the sport an important "ambassador," suggesting possible cooperation to fight a decision by the International Olympic Committee to drop wrestling from the 2020 Games.

      "Wrestling has brought closer the people of Iran and the U.S.," Jones was quoted as saying by the semiofficial Mehr news agency after arriving in Tehran with his team for an international tournament.

    • casp321 cloned by klan: is it from states or offshore?

    • casp321 was cloned by klan called: casp321@ymail

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      • casp321 was cloned by klan called: casp321@ymail


        feb 12, 2013
        Esquire’s SEAL story questioned by military newspaper
        By Dylan Stableford, Yahoo! News

        Esquire's upcoming cover story profiling the U.S. Navy SEAL who killed Osama bin Laden is being questioned by critics who say the magazine falsely claims the former SEAL Team 6 member has been denied health care since leaving the military

        In the Esquire piece, Bronstein also states that the SEAL was not given a pension. But according to the Stars and Stripes piece, no officer who serves less than 20 years gets a pension "unless he has to medically retire."

        “Misinformation like this doesn’t help veterans,” Brandon Friedman, a former VA public affairs officer, told Stars and Stripes. “When one veteran hears in a high-profile story that another veteran was denied care, it makes him or her less likely to enroll in the VA system.”

        Esquire posted a lengthy rebuttal of Stars and Stripes on its website, taking issue with the newspaper's headline, "Esquire article wrongly claims SEAL who killed bin Laden is denied healthcare":

        Nowhere in Bronstein's piece does he write that the Shooter was "denied" healthcare. Rather, what Bronstein's piece properly establishes is that once the Shooter and his colleagues separate from the service, they must go into the private market to buy insurance to match the coverage for themselves and their families that they had when they worked for the government, and that this transition is an abrupt one.

        The magazine also rebutted Stars and Stripes' claim that all Iraq and Afghanistan war veterans are automatically eligible for five years of free health care:

        There is nothing automatic about benefits from the VA. Sources from the VA tell us that only 40% of eligible veterans use the benefits, because, as was the case with the Shooter, they aren't aware the benefits exist.

        Esquire also noted that Bronstein did mention that "VA does offer five years of benefits for specific service-related claims," but that they are "not comprehensive" and do not cover "the Shooter’s family."

    • Re: ON2: Why ROBBING American Shareholders under SHADOW of sIraeli Companies is OK?
      casp321 by casp321 . Apr 12, 2012 5:45 PM . Permalink . Go to topic
      Why did MF present ON2 "G1" under SHADOW of sIraeli Company in Barcelona in Feb ...
      Why did MF present ON2 "G1" under SHADOW of sIraeli Company in Barcelona in Feb 2010?

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