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Thursday, November 27, 2008

The Biggest Question Asked Yet!!

In the movie "A Wednesday" there was a dialog from Narisuddin Shah - "In every terrorist attack they ask us a question - WE WOULD BEAT YOU UP LIKE THIS EVERYTIME..... IF YOU HAVE THE BALLS LET'S SEE WHAT YOU CAN DO"

On 26th, November, 2008, they asked this question again, and in a manner which made everyone how could have stopped this, ashamed of himself to death.

My head is blank.... I can't think of anything..... this is BULLSHIT ..... be it Congress or BJP or that pathetic existence Raj Thackrey.... a handfull bastards just showed you all on your face that "Dudes your balls have dropped off!!"
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2 comments:

  1. Payeng Dude!!
    Like you said bro..... we can all condemn the act but we are so tied down. The Mumbaikars showed great spirit and tried to catch back their routine life.... but what about the lifes lost?? More than 100 dead and over 200 injured.... this is WAR with the civilians... and still the political units are blaming each other instead of jointly taking a stand!!!!

    Now I very clearly know that be it any party..... India is being ruled by zombies... who cannot wake no matter what!!!

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