Setting up in Pioneer Courthouse Square

5 Responses to “Setting up in Pioneer Courthouse Square”

  1. 1 Elias
    June 12, 2009 at 18:43

    As to the woman who missed the doomed flight and later died in a car accident is coincidental, so that one has nothing to do with the other.
    Whatever happens in the course of one’s life is deemed to be fated to happen. Superstition is a state of mind and does not mean if a person walks under a ladder that something bad is going to happen, after which nothing bad has happened so it was just superstition. Whaever a person does in the course of his or her life is a direct result of one does or does not do. and nothing more.

  2. 2 Matthew
    June 12, 2009 at 22:34

    Had a great time today! Thanks WHYS!!!


  3. June 13, 2009 at 12:37

    Why are you so obsessed with the United States? Europe is a million times mor e interesting.

  4. June 13, 2009 at 15:00

    for me the woman who die in a car crash and missed her flight that was a coincidence she doesn’t know about it , we can’t say she knows about the doomed plane ; so the God fated to this woman to die in a car crash so let us get it clear for our readers not every one could delay his fate there’s always a time and a place for that no more or less we can not predict by future or we will be able to change our destiny and i would be the first lol so the fate it’s not a surpstition it’s real

  5. 5 SSONKO George Wilson
    June 16, 2009 at 08:33

    Iranians should strive for their voices to be heard. I know Iran is not a real democracy (it is a theocracy) but the moment authorities decide to mobilise people around a cause, they must endeavour to meet their will. In addition, Iranians must learn from the eight (8) years of George Bush Jr. Democrats like Al Gore and John Kerry did not contest the election to the last available option, check where we are today after Bush. Remember those Palm Beach County demonstrators, I wish they had persisted, we would not have had Bush at all and the destruction he created.

    Iranians be ware, If your hardline leader remains against your will, he will terrorise using policies that are unrealistic. I have voted the opposition in my country Uganda since the 1st vote in 1996, but since the incumbent rigges every time, he makes sure that the urban elite are burdened further for refusing to vote for him.


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