Zimbabwe leader Mugabe reportedly critical in Singapore

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Re: Zimbabwe leader Mugabe reportedly critical in Singapore

Postby Ducked » 30 Jun 2012, 16:53

Chris wrote:
jdsmith wrote:
Chris wrote:He's not dead yet, as far as I know, but he's another person whose death will lighten my mood when it happens. He can go join Kim Jong-il, Muammar Gaddaffi, Osama bin Laden, Jerry Falwell et al in "good-riddance" land.

You actually feel better when someone, even someone bad, dies?

When someone truly evil, whose presence on this planet causes nothing but pain, destruction and death, dies?

You betcha I feel good about it.


Thing is, unless you believe in divine providence, he's not got prostate cancer because he made bad things happen to innocent people.

He's got prostate cancer because bad things happen to everyone. Because Nature is a Muvva.

When I hear something like this, doesn't make me feel good.

Makes me wonder if the next prostate cancer's got my name on it.
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