Young Egyptians want revolution in society, family too: Egyptian writer - Indiatalkies.com

Feb 23, 2013 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: India Talkies

New Delhi, Feb 23: Noted Egyptian writer and columnist Ahdaf Soueif is revelling in a new Egypt, more inclusive and aware of human rights, after the revolution of January 2011.

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“kill 'em with kindness......”

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Rusty Tin Can wrote:
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They didn't read the bible... or they'd all become kissing fish.
well, show me a fish that can read and I'll agree it's a miracle.......lol.

Betas, siamese fighting fish, are named because of their propensity for killing each other. They are always separated in the same tank. I know a few people who could benefit from that arrangement.....lol

“M.A....Rise”

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Faith wrote:
When I was younger, I had an oscar. He and my dog seemed to have some weird connection. The oscar kept growing....and I kept buying bigger tanks. Eventually, I had this 150 gallon tank in the living room of my old house. It was as big as a coffin. I fed the oscar goldfish...and for some reason, he let this one little goldfish live in peace with him. Ultimately, the goldfish ended up being as big as a small, orange submarine. I had those two huge fish for ten years.
I smoked a lot of pot back then.
when you was younger, u was the cursed child of your family lol

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Muslimamomma wrote:
well, show me a fish that can read and I'll agree it's a miracle.......lol.
Betas, siamese fighting fish, are named because of their propensity for killing each other. They are always separated in the same tank. I know a few people who could benefit from that arrangement.....lol
Like you, I have also tried breeding Betta in the past (while a kid in Malaysia)... you have to admire the male betta for their commitment to the manly duty of single-handedly taking care of 1000's of the eggs/babies (they even chase away the moms in order to give them a break after laying their eggs... I'm sure many women wish to have husbands like that...). But too bad, I was too young to give good care to the fish tank at the time, all the babies died before they could grow up to fight each other... but I do have a friend whose family is the expert in breeding Bettas, and I was surprised to find out that they don't kill each other when you have too many of them in one big tank...(maybe they feel no point to fight when there are too many to fight? or simply because they're used to seeing each other since birth?) Betta mating is one of the most beautiful thing to watch!

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Muslimamomma wrote:
<quoted text>well, show me a fish that can read and I'll agree it's a miracle.......lol.
Betas, siamese fighting fish, are named because of their propensity for killing each other. They are always separated in the same tank. I know a few people who could benefit from that arrangement.....lol
btw, I like your iPhone better than Stephen hawking's...

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