Md. writer among journalists missing in Libya
As the uprisings of the "Arab Spring" began to unfold, writer Matthew VanDyke was at home in Baltimore, editing a book and film about his trips across the Middle East by motorcycle.
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#1 Jun 4, 2011
Hope he is enjoying his "ARAB SPRING"...One more loon,in a area he should not be in.like other NIT WITS they put themselves in danger..THEN they become Pathetic ,and cause America ,Embarrassment ,and Money...best He Joined The Army,instead,. like all loons do ,he got a Personnel Problem,which now is ours!!..Of course I hope they get him out,if alive!!..NIT WIT!
#2 Jun 4, 2011
I am inclined to agree with you,when you are on your own in a battle area of your own free will,then it is not wise don,t do it.
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