May 29, 2012
Dreams are a wonderful thing.... (Wednesday Apr 24 | post #7)
Most Americans don't either. Thanks for respectfully hearing me out. Take care. (Wednesday Apr 24 | post #38)
@ African_Shadows... There isn't a perfect country in the world. Methinks countries that live in glass houses shouldn't throw stones, especially countries that have an extremely high rate of rape and female genitalia mutalation as well as Somalian terrorist cells. http://www.nation. co.ke/News/-/1056/ 1727326/-/wq41n6z/ -/index.html The whole continent of Africa has problems with violence, poverty and hunger, and I would think you would be better off using your spare time in making your homeland and brother countries a safer, more prosperous place to live before pointing fingers at another country that has donated a hell of alot of food and other aid paid out of the pockets of tax paying citizens from a country you apparently despise, a country that has welcomed with open arms and sheltered many immigrants from Kenya and the rest of the world. Peace starts in our own backyards and pointing fingers doesn't help. My government sucks as much as yours. What's with all the anti-American posts, sir? Your hate makes you quite unattractive. When I first met you last year on here, you seemed like a decent fellow. Now I'm not so sure... Peace. (Wednesday Apr 24 | post #36)
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