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On 04/27/01 12:09, Vincent Campbell said this-
>What about the destruction of idols after the fall of the Soviet
>Union? Or for that matter some 75 years or so earlier the systematic
>destruction of churches in the Russian revolution? Very similar events
>indeed. I'm afraid there's nothing new, and everything altogether typically
>human, about this kind of thing.
Dogs will always piss on trees....
The first action of an invading army is to supplant the local flag with
one of theirs.
Pirates always put up the jolly roger.
The stars and stripes are on the moon.
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