Strategies for a discontinuous future.
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Friday, August 20, 2004
Does the growing unrest over Venezuela's elections serve as a prediction of what's to come in November in the States?
-- umair // 9:23 PM //
Don't overlook that much of that controversy is being instigated/manufactured by the US using taxpayer money.
// Shaula Evans // 4:15 AM
Good point - that's why I think we can expect a Superbowl version here in November!
// umair // 1:55 AM
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