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  1. #1
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    Default MODS -- can we have an OT day to honor

    the brave people of Iran?

    I know that we just had one but it's not very often that the world gets to watch hundreds of thousands of people exercise their right to peaceful assembly in defense of their freedoms and against a repressive, theocratic dictatorship.

    I salute them and have tied a green ribbon to my bag.

    (if not an entire OT day, maybe make an exception for one OT thread while this plays out)



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    Yeah... maybe the American people can learn from their example

    DW... keep your pants on... I'm sure something is in the pipe for the 4th of July...


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