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EvilGentleman: 10th Aug 2006 - 00:44 GMT

I remember living in P.E.I. when I was about 6, and this woman at the store was upset because she was so poor, all she had to eat was lobster. And I also recall my mother saying that the locals will never serve a guest lobster, because it was a sign of shame to serve houseguests something so cheap. Kraft Dinner with chopped wieners was considered a step up.

Chris Erb: 10th Aug 2006 - 00:53 GMT

My grandfather used to tell me that he would try to trade his lobster sandwich for ham sandwiches. He alwasy had to throw in some cookies to make the trade fair.

Zina: 9th Aug 2012 - 00:11 GMT

Dear Arslan may be what u need to understand is that they (the west) are the mtasers sarcastically speaking .yes they are ..but honestly .. no they aren't . they're just a bunch of disfunctional people who have no regard for their own religion watch cortoons like the simpsons snd the family guy and you'll realize how disrespectful they are towards their own prophets (who btw are equally important for us too) Curtailing free press wouldn't have prevented anyone from dishonoring our or anyone else's religion. okay.. that's true to an extent but not really . i mean if there were restrictions, such things wudnt be made public that easily be it caricatures of religous figures in the newspapers, actual cartoons or in motion picture instead of providing such blasphemy with a channel to be made public and create turmil as a result, we should focus in trying to bring and end to it Freedom of the media has only brought the reality out in the open what reality? Also with the aid of the internet and expanding communication networks, restriction of expression is nearly impossible. yea ok fine agreed upon but that still is a crappy excuse

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