Fahrenheit 9/11 - Not So Hot

  • Permalink
  • submit to reddit
  • Email
  • Follow


According to the very Liberal newspaper, The Boston Phoenix, Michael
Moore's new movie "Fahrenheit 9/11 is far from being a good film, and lacks
credibility." This is great to see. Even the libbies are turning on this
fat bastard. 

http://www.bostonphoenix.com/boston/movies/documents/03931494.asp
0
Reply xomicron (579) 6/26/2004 8:02:40 PM

See related articles to this posting


Xomicron wrote:

> According to the very Liberal newspaper, The Boston Phoenix, Michael
> Moore's new movie "Fahrenheit 9/11 is far from being a good film, and
> lacks credibility." This is great to see. Even the libbies are turning on
> this fat bastard.
> 
> http://www.bostonphoenix.com/boston/movies/documents/03931494.asp

I hope he goes down in flames and takes Kerry with him.


-- 
w:4

0
Reply Cola 6/26/2004 8:15:55 PM

On Sat, 26 Jun 2004 15:02:40 -0500, Xomicron wrote:

> According to the very Liberal newspaper, The Boston Phoenix, Michael
> Moore's new movie "Fahrenheit 9/11 is far from being a good film, and lacks
> credibility." This is great to see. Even the libbies are turning on this
> fat bastard. 
> 
> http://www.bostonphoenix.com/boston/movies/documents/03931494.asp

Only like mineded people will even go to the film.  I cannot picture a Bush
supporter forking over the price of admission.  Voters have already made
their decsion about who to vote for in November.
0
Reply Windows4ever (1) 6/26/2004 8:45:45 PM

"Xomicron" <xomicron@wp.pl> wrote in message
news:V5adnSLVnqv9S0DdRVn-hg@wavecable.com...
> According to the very Liberal newspaper, The Boston Phoenix, Michael
> Moore's new movie "Fahrenheit 9/11 is far from being a good film, and
lacks
> credibility." This is great to see. Even the libbies are turning on this
> fat bastard.
>
> http://www.bostonphoenix.com/boston/movies/documents/03931494.asp



"Fahrenheit 9/11 is far from being a good film, and lacks
credibility."

Where did you get this quote?  I couldn't find it in the review.  Maybe you
reviewed the review and quoted yourself?  Were you simply hoping that no one
would actually read the review and thought that by adding quotation marks it
would add credibility to what is a statement YOU made?  If I'm mistaken
please point out where in the review it states:  "Fahrenheit 9/11 is far
from being a good film, and lacks credibility."





----== Posted via Newsfeed.Com - Unlimited-Uncensored-Secure Usenet News==----
http://www.newsfeed.com The #1 Newsgroup Service in the World! >100,000 Newsgroups
---= 19 East/West-Coast Specialized Servers - Total Privacy via Encryption =---
0
Reply Alan 6/27/2004 12:23:15 AM

Twas brillig and  a slithy tove named "Alan Sandoval"
<alan.s@(removespam)intertrader.net>  didst gyre and gimble in the wabe
while reciting:

>
>"Xomicron" <xomicron@wp.pl> wrote in message
>news:V5adnSLVnqv9S0DdRVn-hg@wavecable.com...
>> According to the very Liberal newspaper, The Boston Phoenix, Michael
>> Moore's new movie "Fahrenheit 9/11 is far from being a good film, and
>lacks
>> credibility." This is great to see. Even the libbies are turning on this
>> fat bastard.
>>
>> http://www.bostonphoenix.com/boston/movies/documents/03931494.asp
>
>
>
>"Fahrenheit 9/11 is far from being a good film, and lacks
>credibility."
>
>Where did you get this quote?  I couldn't find it in the review.  Maybe you
>reviewed the review and quoted yourself?  Were you simply hoping that no one
>would actually read the review and thought that by adding quotation marks it
>would add credibility to what is a statement YOU made?  If I'm mistaken
>please point out where in the review it states:  "Fahrenheit 9/11 is far
>from being a good film, and lacks credibility."

Don't ask for facts from a right-wing redneck. They begin by lying about
what they do to their sisters then grow up to lie about everything else.


�rchie
0
Reply hard5468 (25) 6/27/2004 12:30:32 AM

> >"Fahrenheit 9/11 is far from being a good film, and lacks
> >credibility."
> >
> >Where did you get this quote?  I couldn't find it in the review.  Maybe
you
> >reviewed the review and quoted yourself?  Were you simply hoping that no
one
> >would actually read the review and thought that by adding quotation marks
it
> >would add credibility to what is a statement YOU made?  If I'm mistaken
> >please point out where in the review it states:  "Fahrenheit 9/11 is far
> >from being a good film, and lacks credibility."
>
> Don't ask for facts from a right-wing redneck. They begin by lying about
> what they do to their sisters then grow up to lie about everything else.
>
>
> �rchie

Thanks,

However, I did find THIS quote in the review linked in the original message:

"What Moore fails to do, however, is connect the dots. Spurred on by this
movie, perhaps others will. If they haven't already. As Donald Rumsfeld
notes without apparent shame or irony in another urgent, inadequate
documentary, Jehane Noujaim's Control Room, the problem with liars is that
they always get found out. The problem for everyone else is that it doesn't
always make a difference."




----== Posted via Newsfeed.Com - Unlimited-Uncensored-Secure Usenet News==----
http://www.newsfeed.com The #1 Newsgroup Service in the World! >100,000 Newsgroups
---= 19 East/West-Coast Specialized Servers - Total Privacy via Encryption =---
0
Reply Alan 6/27/2004 12:38:47 AM

Alan Sandoval wrote:
> "Xomicron" <xomicron@wp.pl> wrote in message
> news:V5adnSLVnqv9S0DdRVn-hg@wavecable.com...
> 
>>According to the very Liberal newspaper, The Boston Phoenix, Michael
>>Moore's new movie "Fahrenheit 9/11 is far from being a good film, and
> 
> lacks
> 
>>credibility." This is great to see. Even the libbies are turning on this
>>fat bastard.
>>
>>http://www.bostonphoenix.com/boston/movies/documents/03931494.asp
> 
> 
> 
> 
> "Fahrenheit 9/11 is far from being a good film, and lacks
> credibility."
> 
> Where did you get this quote?  I couldn't find it in the review.  Maybe you
> reviewed the review and quoted yourself?  Were you simply hoping that no one
> would actually read the review and thought that by adding quotation marks it
> would add credibility to what is a statement YOU made?  If I'm mistaken
> please point out where in the review it states:  "Fahrenheit 9/11 is far
> from being a good film, and lacks credibility."
> 

Thanks for the heads-up. You motivated me to read the article. It 
figures that Xomicron would lie about what it said! And he did, too.

So, Xomicron, how does lying make you a better servant of the Lord Jesus 
Christ? How does lying make you a better Republican?  -- uh ... well, of 
course the answer to the second question is probably obvious.

Regards,

Raymond E. Griffith
0
Reply tiffirgREVERSE (2) 6/27/2004 12:39:38 AM

removespam wrote:


> would add credibility to what is a statement YOU made?  If I'm mistaken
> please point out where in the review it states:  "Fahrenheit 9/11 is far
> from being a good film, and lacks credibility."

http://slate.msn.com/id/2102723/#ContinueArticle

He prefers leaden sarcasm to irony and, indeed, may not appreciate the
distinction. In a long and paranoid (and tedious) section at the opening of
the film, he makes heavy innuendoes about the flights that took members of
the Bin Laden family out of the country after Sept. 11. I banged on about
this myself at the time and wrote a Nation column drawing attention to the
groveling Larry King interview with the insufferable Prince Bandar, which
Moore excerpts. However, recent developments have not been kind to our
Mike. In the interval between Moore's triumph at Cannes and the release of
the film in the United States, the 9/11 commission has found nothing to
complain of in the timing or arrangement of the flights. And Richard
Clarke, Bush's former chief of counterterrorism, has come forward to say
that he, and he alone, took the responsibility for authorizing those Saudi
departures. This might not matter so much to the ethos of Fahrenheit 9/11,
except that?as you might expect?Clarke is presented throughout as the
brow-furrowed ethical hero of the entire post-9/11 moment. And it does not
seem very likely that, in his open admission about the Bin Laden family
evacuation, Clarke is taking a fall, or a spear in the chest, for the Bush
administration. So, that's another bust for this windy and bloated
cinematic "key to all mythologies."


A film that bases itself on a big lie and a big misrepresentation can only
sustain itself by a dizzying succession of smaller falsehoods, beefed up by
wilder and (if possible) yet more-contradictory claims. President Bush is
accused of taking too many lazy vacations. (What is that about, by the way?
Isn't he supposed to be an unceasing planner for future aggressive wars?)
But the shot of him "relaxing at Camp David" shows him side by side with
Tony Blair. I say "shows," even though this photograph is on-screen so
briefly that if you sneeze or blink, you won't recognize the other figure.
A meeting with the prime minister of the United Kingdom, or at least with
this prime minister, is not a goof-off. 


-- 
w:4

0
Reply Cola 6/27/2004 12:50:04 AM

On Sun, 27 Jun 2004 08:30:32 +0800, �rchie wrote:

> Don't ask for facts from a right-wing redneck.

Maybe you should go ask Clinton for some facts then. :) 

0
Reply freeride (1073) 6/27/2004 1:20:03 AM

Twas brillig and  a slithy tove named Freeride  didst gyre and gimble in
the wabe while reciting:

>On Sun, 27 Jun 2004 08:30:32 +0800, �rchie wrote:
>
>> Don't ask for facts from a right-wing redneck.
>
>Maybe you should go ask Clinton for some facts then. :) 

/EVERYONE/ lies about sex. That doesn't count. Not that a Republican would
know anything about sex - who the fuck would WANT to fuck a Republican?

�rchie
--
As soon as men decide that all means are permitted to fight an  evil, then
their good becomes indistinguishable from the evil that they set out to
destroy. 		Christopher Dawson
0
Reply hard5468 (25) 6/27/2004 1:33:13 AM

"�rchie" <hard@it.allthetime> wrote
> Twas brillig and  a slithy tove named Freeride  didst gyre and gimble in
> the wabe while reciting:
>
> >On Sun, 27 Jun 2004 08:30:32 +0800, �rchie wrote:
> >
> >> Don't ask for facts from a right-wing redneck.
> >
> >Maybe you should go ask Clinton for some facts then. :)
>
> /EVERYONE/ lies about sex. That doesn't count. Not that a Republican would
> know anything about sex - who the fuck would WANT to fuck a Republican?
>
> �rchie

You've asked that question before, �rchie... I added Al Gore to the list
at that time, now you can add John Kerry to the list.
Btw- vociferous and popular Democratic propagandist James Carville is
married to a Republican woman, and apparently gets to fuck her, they
have  children.


0
Reply dda (206) 6/27/2004 2:05:08 AM

"Douglas D. Anderson" <dda@rr.rochester.com> wrote in message
news:oXpDc.138636$j24.35404@twister.nyroc.rr.com...
>
> "�rchie" <hard@it.allthetime> wrote
>> Twas brillig and  a slithy tove named Freeride  didst gyre and gimble in
>> the wabe while reciting:
>>
>> >On Sun, 27 Jun 2004 08:30:32 +0800, �rchie wrote:
>> >
>> >> Don't ask for facts from a right-wing redneck.
>> >
>> >Maybe you should go ask Clinton for some facts then. :)
>>
>> /EVERYONE/ lies about sex. That doesn't count. Not that a Republican
>> would
>> know anything about sex - who the fuck would WANT to fuck a Republican?
>>
>> �rchie
>
> You've asked that question before, �rchie... I added Al Gore to the list
> at that time, now you can add John Kerry to the list.
> Btw- vociferous and popular Democratic propagandist James Carville is
> married to a Republican woman, and apparently gets to fuck her, they
> have  children.
>
>

Here's a letter that GWB wrote to the now ex-governor of Connecticut:
Governor John Rowland
State Capitol
210 Capitol Avenue
Hartford, CT 06106

June 22, 2004

Dear John,

Sorry to hear about your resignation. That's a tough break. I'll never
understand why stealing public money gets portrayed by the Hebraic media as
a "bad" thing. I mean, if there's one thing me and Dick have learned about
the American people, it's that they don't care if their elected officials
are as crooked as a Limey's choppers � just so long as the head honcho isn't
squirting baby batter all over some hippo intern's party dress.

But you know, having had your job myself, I understand that state governors
have a hard time. Too bad you couldn't declare war on some pussy state like
Rhode Island or something to distract people from all that boring corruption
stuff. Back in Texas, I'd just work the voters into a blood lust by snuffing
out a couple Negra-Rican dime bag dealers every few days. Of course, nothing
beats this deal I've got going with the GI's in Iraq. Now I can even kill
white poor folks � over 800 so far � and half the country still supports me!
Pretty good tradeoff when you think about it.

But I digressify. As far as your situation goes, it's like I've told over 3
million Americans over the last three years: consider your newfound
unemployment a blessing in disguise! Connecticut's a shithole, anyway. Well,
at least the little bit I remember from Yale was. All those snotty
intellectual elites sashaying around reading books and sneering down their
beaks at you every time you pass out on the green in a slick of your own
Schlitz puke. Man, was I ever happy we came up with that "security" excuse
to avoid having to go Jenna's sister's graduation. Just getting near New
Haven would have had me shotgunning the Air Force One mini-bar faster than
you can kick up a game of homo nudie leap frog at Abu Ghraib.

Well, I gotta get back to "Garfield the Movie" which is on pause on the
DVD... but cheer up, Johnny-boy. We'll see to it that you can pull off a
Dick Nixon, and despite your total disgrace and wanton criminality, somehow
still become fabulously rich and respected as an "elder statesman."
Meanwhile, I'll think of a way to get you in my second term cabinet as soon
as we go through the motions with this quaint "election" technicality.

Your Pal,

GWB






0
Reply Jon 6/27/2004 2:12:44 AM

�rchie <hard@it.allthetime> wrote in
news:eo8sd0d035ua82mlmqeljuachg7eg4ntum@4ax.com: 

> Twas brillig and  a slithy tove named Freeride  didst gyre and gimble in
> the wabe while reciting:
> 
>> On Sun, 27 Jun 2004 08:30:32 +0800, �rchie wrote:
>>
>>> Don't ask for facts from a right-wing redneck.
>>
>> Maybe you should go ask Clinton for some facts then. :) 
> 
> /EVERYONE/ lies about sex. That doesn't count.

So that makes it okay?
0
Reply xomicron (579) 6/27/2004 2:26:07 AM

�rchie <hard@it.allthetime> wrote in
news:eo8sd0d035ua82mlmqeljuachg7eg4ntum@4ax.com: 

> As soon as men decide that all means are permitted to fight an  evil,
> then their good becomes indistinguishable from the evil that they set
> out to destroy.

Spoken like a true coward.
0
Reply xomicron (579) 6/27/2004 2:28:26 AM

Twas brillig and  a slithy tove named Xomicron  didst gyre and gimble in
the wabe while reciting:

>�rchie <hard@it.allthetime> wrote in
>news:eo8sd0d035ua82mlmqeljuachg7eg4ntum@4ax.com: 
>
>> Twas brillig and  a slithy tove named Freeride  didst gyre and gimble in
>> the wabe while reciting:
>> 
>>> On Sun, 27 Jun 2004 08:30:32 +0800, �rchie wrote:
>>>
>>>> Don't ask for facts from a right-wing redneck.
>>>
>>> Maybe you should go ask Clinton for some facts then. :) 
>> 
>> /EVERYONE/ lies about sex. That doesn't count.
>
>So that makes it okay?

A few lies about sex or nearly 1,000 Americans killed (and uncounted other
nationalities but they don't count). And a Vice Prez who is taking it out
of the National Coffers as fast as the honest taxpayer puts it in.

Your choice.


�rchie
0
Reply hard5468 (25) 6/27/2004 7:49:23 AM

Twas brillig and  a slithy tove named Xomicron  didst gyre and gimble in
the wabe while reciting:

>�rchie <hard@it.allthetime> wrote in
>news:eo8sd0d035ua82mlmqeljuachg7eg4ntum@4ax.com: 
>
>> As soon as men decide that all means are permitted to fight an  evil,
>> then their good becomes indistinguishable from the evil that they set
>> out to destroy.
>
>Spoken like a true coward.

Replied to like a true Republican/Nazi.

The Founding Fathers are ashamed of you.


�rchie
0
Reply hard5468 (25) 6/27/2004 7:50:33 AM

Xomicron wrote:
> According to the very Liberal newspaper, The Boston Phoenix, Michael
> Moore's new movie "Fahrenheit 9/11 is far from being a good film, and lacks
> credibility." This is great to see. Even the libbies are turning on this
> fat bastard. 

Interesting to see a different kind of FUD at work in COLA. The funniest 
thing about Michael Moore is how easily he gets knuckle-dragging 
right-wingers frothing with rage. Notice how their only response is 
personal attacks and attempts to get the film banned, (they obviously 
have no way of engaging in any real debate, just like nazis everywhere). 
But hey, it's great fun to watch bonehead Republicans stamping their 
little cloven-hoofed feet with petulant anger.

Dance, nazis, dance!
0
Reply walkaway (61) 6/27/2004 8:16:15 AM

On Sun, 27 Jun 2004 10:16:15 +0200, Walkaway Renouf wrote:

> The funniest 
> thing about Michael Moore is how easily he gets knuckle-dragging 
> right-wingers frothing with rage. Notice how their only response is 
> personal attacks and attempts to get the film banned

....and astroturfing. Can you trace the origins of this site?

http://www.moveamericaforward.org

0
Reply bn5874 (75) 6/27/2004 12:14:01 PM

billy nelson wrote:

> On Sun, 27 Jun 2004 10:16:15 +0200, Walkaway Renouf wrote:
> 
>> The funniest
>> thing about Michael Moore is how easily he gets knuckle-dragging
>> right-wingers frothing with rage. Notice how their only response is
>> personal attacks and attempts to get the film banned
> 
> ...and astroturfing. Can you trace the origins of this site?
> 
> http://www.moveamericaforward.org

It belongs to a guy named Howard Kaloogian, who appears to be running for US
Senate in California.  Pretty scary when someone running for national office
supports banning/boycotting films; clearly he isn't a big supporter of the
First Amendment.

Todd
0
Reply nospam21 (19047) 6/27/2004 12:32:30 PM

"Walkaway Renouf" <walkaway@anon.com> wrote
> Xomicron wrote:
> > According to the very Liberal newspaper, The Boston Phoenix, Michael
> > Moore's new movie "Fahrenheit 9/11 is far from being a good film, and lacks
> > credibility." This is great to see. Even the libbies are turning on this
> > fat bastard.
>
> Interesting to see a different kind of FUD at work in COLA. The funniest
> thing about Michael Moore is how easily he gets knuckle-dragging
> right-wingers frothing with rage. Notice how their only response is
> personal attacks and attempts to get the film banned, (they obviously
> have no way of engaging in any real debate, just like nazis everywhere).
> But hey, it's great fun to watch bonehead Republicans stamping their
> little cloven-hoofed feet with petulant anger.
>
> Dance, nazis, dance!

The days of D.W.Griffith and the "shocking revelation" movie are long gone.
Most people in America today are so well informed they know about major
events within minutes or hours of their happening. Consequently, movies which
pretend to be in the "shocking revelation" genre are really cheap shot agitations,
from both camps, and the _majority_ on both sides who don't bother with such
contrivances just find them moderately amusing, in the same class as "Fritz the
Cat" or "Reefer Madness", obvious soap-box drivel, quickly forgotten. So the
few you see protesting on either side are generally young unemployed college
bums and old ladies who have nothing better to do with their time, and are not
by any means a sector of the population with any sort of influence or clout.
They appeal mainly to people who's knowledge of history and government
doesn't rise above "Little Golden Books", and are dangerous in consequence
of their gullibility and vivid imaginations in the chaotic manner of a severe storm,
more so than any sort of well planned and organized effort.


0
Reply dda (206) 6/27/2004 1:54:19 PM

On Sun, 27 Jun 2004 13:54:19 GMT, "Douglas D. Anderson"
<dda@rr.rochester.com> wrote:

>Most people in America today are so well informed they know about major
>events within minutes or hours of their happening

I disagree.

Had you said "Most people in America today are informed of the
networks' view of what they consider to be major events within hours
of them happening" you'd be right.

Since the advent of the highly biased Fox-style of "news" reporting,
most people in America have never been less informed about what is
actually happening or why.

For example, most people still think the Patriot Act has something to
do with patriotism and prevention of terrorism and are totally unaware
of the real purpose, which is to legalise spying on American people.

Paul.

-- 
.. A .sig is all well and good, but it's no substitute for a personality
.. JMS: "SFX is a fairly useless publication on just about every imaginable front.
  Never have so many jumped-up fanboys done so little, with so much, for so long."
.. EMail: Unless invited to, don't. Your message is likely to be automatically deleted.
0
Reply paul3265 (24) 6/27/2004 2:02:50 PM

"Paul Harper" <paul@harper.net> wrote
> On Sun, 27 Jun 2004 13:54:19 GMT, "Douglas D. Anderson"
> <dda@rr.rochester.com> wrote:
>
> >Most people in America today are so well informed they know about major
> >events within minutes or hours of their happening
>
> I disagree.
>
> Had you said "Most people in America today are informed of the
> networks' view of what they consider to be major events within hours
> of them happening" you'd be right.
>
> Since the advent of the highly biased Fox-style of "news" reporting,
> most people in America have never been less informed about what is
> actually happening or why.
>
> For example, most people still think the Patriot Act has something to
> do with patriotism and prevention of terrorism and are totally unaware
> of the real purpose, which is to legalise spying on American people.
>
> Paul.
>
I didn't say "perfectly informed". Any study of the testimony of "eye-
witnesses" will show that even a dozen honest people who all saw the
same thing can't keep their stories straight, without putting their spin on
anything. Yet to compare the amount and quality of information between
today and a hundred years ago is nothing but remarkable. It's up to the
listener to ignore _all_ of the opinion and commentary and come to his
or her own conclusions.


0
Reply dda (206) 6/27/2004 2:13:10 PM

On Sun, 27 Jun 2004 14:13:10 GMT, "Douglas D. Anderson"
<dda@rr.rochester.com> wrote:

>It's up to the
>listener to ignore _all_ of the opinion and commentary and come to his
>or her own conclusions.

Agreed on this absolutely key point.

The problem is how few people actually *do*. Most just take in the
rubbish they're presented with unquestionably.

Paul.

-- 
.. A .sig is all well and good, but it's no substitute for a personality
.. JMS: "SFX is a fairly useless publication on just about every imaginable front.
  Never have so many jumped-up fanboys done so little, with so much, for so long."
.. EMail: Unless invited to, don't. Your message is likely to be automatically deleted.
0
Reply paul3265 (24) 6/27/2004 3:05:59 PM

Douglas D. Anderson wrote:

> I didn't say "perfectly informed". Any study of the testimony of "eye-
> witnesses" will show that even a dozen honest people who all saw the
> same thing can't keep their stories straight, without putting their spin
> on anything. Yet to compare the amount and quality of information between
> today and a hundred years ago is nothing but remarkable. It's up to the
> listener to ignore _all_ of the opinion and commentary and come to his
> or her own conclusions.

cf. "Rashomon' 
Directed by Akira Kurosawa


http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0042876/

-- 
w:4

0
Reply beautiful (7) 6/27/2004 3:29:51 PM

�rchie <hard@it.allthetime> wrote in
news:gsusd0h6uqe9npfdua4m8muv5ojopgvqrn@4ax.com: 

> Twas brillig and  a slithy tove named Xomicron  didst gyre and gimble in
> the wabe while reciting:
> 
>> �rchie <hard@it.allthetime> wrote in
>> news:eo8sd0d035ua82mlmqeljuachg7eg4ntum@4ax.com: 
>>
>>> Twas brillig and  a slithy tove named Freeride  didst gyre and gimble
>>> in the wabe while reciting:
>>> 
>>>> On Sun, 27 Jun 2004 08:30:32 +0800, �rchie wrote:
>>>>
>>>>> Don't ask for facts from a right-wing redneck.
>>>>
>>>> Maybe you should go ask Clinton for some facts then. :) 
>>> 
>>> /EVERYONE/ lies about sex. That doesn't count.
>>
>> So that makes it okay?
> 
> A few lies about sex or nearly 1,000 Americans killed (and uncounted
> other nationalities but they don't count).

Clinton's lies killed thousands of people worldwide.
0
Reply xomicron (579) 6/27/2004 4:45:04 PM

Twas brillig and  a slithy tove named Xomicron  didst gyre and gimble in
the wabe while reciting:

>�rchie <hard@it.allthetime> wrote in
>news:gsusd0h6uqe9npfdua4m8muv5ojopgvqrn@4ax.com: 
>
>> Twas brillig and  a slithy tove named Xomicron  didst gyre and gimble in
>> the wabe while reciting:
>> 
>>> �rchie <hard@it.allthetime> wrote in
>>> news:eo8sd0d035ua82mlmqeljuachg7eg4ntum@4ax.com: 
>>>
>>>> Twas brillig and  a slithy tove named Freeride  didst gyre and gimble
>>>> in the wabe while reciting:
>>>> 
>>>>> On Sun, 27 Jun 2004 08:30:32 +0800, �rchie wrote:
>>>>>
>>>>>> Don't ask for facts from a right-wing redneck.
>>>>>
>>>>> Maybe you should go ask Clinton for some facts then. :) 
>>>> 
>>>> /EVERYONE/ lies about sex. That doesn't count.
>>>
>>> So that makes it okay?
>> 
>> A few lies about sex or nearly 1,000 Americans killed (and uncounted
>> other nationalities but they don't count).
>
>Clinton's lies killed thousands of people worldwide.

Name them!

�rchie
0
Reply hard5468 (25) 6/27/2004 5:08:27 PM

�rchie wrote:
> Twas brillig and  a slithy tove named Xomicron  didst gyre and gimble
> in the wabe while reciting:
>
>> �rchie <hard@it.allthetime> wrote in
>> news:gsusd0h6uqe9npfdua4m8muv5ojopgvqrn@4ax.com:
>>
>>> Twas brillig and  a slithy tove named Xomicron  didst gyre and
>>> gimble in the wabe while reciting:
>>>
>>>> �rchie <hard@it.allthetime> wrote in
>>>> news:eo8sd0d035ua82mlmqeljuachg7eg4ntum@4ax.com:
>>>>
>>>>> Twas brillig and  a slithy tove named Freeride  didst gyre and
>>>>> gimble in the wabe while reciting:
>>>>>
>>>>>> On Sun, 27 Jun 2004 08:30:32 +0800, 'rchie wrote:
>>>>>>
>>>>>>> Don't ask for facts from a right-wing redneck.
>>>>>>
>>>>>> Maybe you should go ask Clinton for some facts then. :)
>>>>>
>>>>> /EVERYONE/ lies about sex. That doesn't count.
>>>>
>>>> So that makes it okay?
>>>
>>> A few lies about sex or nearly 1,000 Americans killed (and uncounted
>>> other nationalities but they don't count).
>>
>> Clinton's lies killed thousands of people worldwide.
>
> Name them!
>
> �rchie

Here's some:

Assunta Siggers, Victoria Glover, Husna Nuzhah, Arleen McJesmy, Nuh Jean,
Snezana Wicker, Salah Spruill, Rhonwyn Davison, Nai Blaketter,
Puvaneswarydevi Sadiq, Deslea Magnusson, Al Tijani Marwah, Chikako Bush,
Milic Karl, Koki Khecho, Llanna Raja, Toan Westrach, Lee-Anne Liza, Ryoko
Shuhrah, Thomas Morgin, Poon Montgomery, Jaroslav Afrah, Raechel Trippett,
Rumailah Hardin, Dymphna Gibbons, Georgia Pattison, Hasmig Porier, Niree
Raghidah, Xanh Conners, Demetra Koughes, Antonios Soghomon, Nazig Taysir,
Kelvyn Bargor, Bautista Abraham, Adrianus Darwan, Kazuko Al Tayyib, Khulud
Macinan, Nazahah Fathiyah, Giacomina Sumrah, Sherran Imboden, Ardo Haslett,
Ihsan Speer, Masao Streete, Emmett Clifton, Lorena Thomison, Asdghik
Markham, Tetsui AbdulMalik, Keitha Hadi, Raja Knight, Runganathan Trammel,
Paolo Atkinson, Nasir al Din Esayi, Nanette Gilliam, Nhu Mutasim, Yuen-Teng
Ferran, Ephrosene Tedford, Kiril Snow, Machiko Gonzalez, Alethea Hancock,
Vassos Volf, Najya Overton, Kataryna Yarberry, Graeme Iba,
Alison Fleminks, Prudence Malloy, Hen Subhi, Flor Prichett, Pio Martin,
Ederlinda Keghouhi, Saeed MacLaws, Maija Khalil, Pakarad Weatherly, Xoai
Tilley, Esayi Houch, Sumiko Hunt, Lars-Erik Ogle, Seong Redwine, Vinesh
Marie, Shelly Maliha, Suzzane Jaegger, Gennosuke Raffi, Sonje Alimah, Adham
Salisbury, Garnett Sahar, Askanaz Zabel, Quyen Pettichord, Charmain Holm,
Myung Armenuhi, Louie Whiteheart, Minna Lafevers, Joji Daniel, Yunosuke
Ramsay, Ichibei Jalal al Din, Lena Alex, Ingrid Rafah, Jovan Mims, Hayyan
AbdulBadi, Jean-Luc Firyal, Nikolai Starnes, Sally-Anne Widad, Mikolai
Ghevont, Gerry McCrady, Wilhelmus Martinetti, Dusan Daniyah, Buntee
Adawiyah, Derek Kevork, Ubol Lazar, Manda Scott, Tadashi Mundhir, Beng
Lutfiyah, Isad Clary, Ulfah Lynn, Oonh Asim, Qadr Ande, Emelia Rafid, Hiroko
Billingham, Della Nawar, Jalil Mobrey, Livio Logsdon, Anoushavan Intisar,
Veronique Falak, Eojen Shavarsh, Kosta Tatos, Chiao Muhammad, Julie-Ann
Sabih, Tsurayuki Nur, Sachiko DeArman, Sieu McLendon, Asrar Chankin,
Shari Bolt, Meuron Tammam, Aishah Garrett, Areki Samra, Ovidiu Passmore,
Mairanoush McGregor, Michail Maysan, Lea Jalilah, Masaaki AbdulJabbar, Aria
Uwaisah, Angela Knabben, Hayley Lattimore, Shimpei Cherry, Nyang Sadid,
Radojka Shiyam, Abdul-Alim Gripps, Pei Hamas, Yacoob Schupner, Vram
Haigouhi, Uk Crouch, Mehrangiz Blaegrove, Valeri Yerenias, Davis Rienhorn,
Jesse Persnell, Kuo Dinelly, Mahibah Dotson, Takuya O'Gara, Sinan McCaislin,
Ishbel Stooksburry, Esmee Ward, Mufidah Adamkiewicz, Net Holder, Franz Majd,
Doriano McWatters, Nea Ghaniyah, Claus Ulm, Dahlia Devlin, Kyushichi
Zanubiya, Zsuzsanna Simms, Rubadah Robnett, Asma Foraker, Sarah Friday, Kafu
Maxey, Ramon Tomas, Khalisah Wacker, Tato Basimah, Seamus Callaghan, Eleni
Arka, Athir Nuaim, Vart Nichols, Eiko Karam, Ying-Wah Wommack, Yutsuko
Harper, Auli Boyett, Marieta Muyassar, Sherie Kutaiba, Tjie Hagee, Hoshi
Diro, Adriana Meek, Giovanni AbdulQadir, Samantha Utbah, Naomichi Winters,
Humphrey Gowan, Housig Ignadios, Nonie Montgomerie,
Meriel Athir, Celine Border, Tho Sears, Mansel Vartoush, Nawal Glendon,
Kokan Magliocco, Iolanthe Hoppe, Kelton Dua, Famie Farihah, Wadi Thawab,
Doug Bennet, Hiroyasu Sigarus, Edna Paisly, Fern Nartig, Willy Bullard, Erik
MacDoogle, Leean Childerhouse, Wendolyn Rudy, Kazuhiko Tyrrill, Chi-Feng
Gagig, Settan Kristina, Antonin Poat, Itimad McAddie, Allie Ishraq,
Abdul-Ghaffar Adington, Jefferson Aslam, Yeranyag Fulton, Alzubra Weibel,
Benyamin Region, Abdul-Qayyum Antranig, Ljubo Clement, Pilobos McMillan,
Basil Geere, Desiderio Splawn, Alexey Avery, Wyne Najmah, Ienobu Zumraukht,
Tessai Mccurry, Sadie Loth, Swee-Kam Bevis, Ha Blanton, Rafah Cort, Fontini
Harbor, Rio Omartin, Milenko Jasim, Nicholaas Maha, Brad Dempsey, Naganori
Zenob, Tsambika Holman, Hamasig Tripp, Suong Pruit, Lorelei Sajidah,
Hadiyyah Layan, Kathie Moman, O Narek, Roseanna Ringer, Eli Rodgers,
Muhammad Asdghik, Daria Takoush, Neils Bakri, Libby Haninkes, Marcelina
Broskney, Valmia Safiy, Lusitania Addis, Sherry Arout, Utamara M�rch,
Roman Hudhafah, Kakuzo Crawford, Royce Brazier, Hitomo AbdulZahir, Estrella
Yeremia, Harri Sismore, Humayag Luay, Per Shushan, Ziba Jilan, Eishi Irfan,
Beverley Ivey, Ching Sewell, Laina Yaman, Carlotta Esson, Ira Israel, Kwai
Saigle, Hakuseki Miqdad, Aerron Tubb, Hedy Chadwith, Subramaniam Blud,
Toumas Zuhur, Samir Nabil, Mohammad Nasir al Din, Frederik Barsam, Margriet
Muyassar, Goriun Guinnup, Umberto Lawrence, Morven Stowe, Ava Bilqis, Vivian
Gray, Ted Rahiq, Athanase McNally, Shuko Kayler, Souad Winfield, Suraqah
Steppans, Jo'Anne Dyet, Narendra Bridwell, Tseng Shadan, Ilse Shukrah, Alfia
Hough, Gunther King, Shaban Callicott, Niclas Trowbridge, Ioustana Toros,
Rapig Gibbs, Ornella Reilly, Miron Potts, Mushegh Anush, Mara Conrad,
Martino Awf, Tuula Soukias, Crispin Puckett, Janaki Oneal, Kiyo Zuha, Hutun
Daugherty, Susana McCormack, Numan Madden, Ieyoshi Sowell, Elton Suud, Jala
Wahidah, Nakamaro Hastings, Farouk Jawad, Deslei McDonald, Mutsumi Perouz,
Chi-Ming Thompkins, Tomas Chivaller,
Komurasaki AbdulMatin, Yukiko Saulsberry, Todd Ratliff, Yajirobei Elara,
Ryoma Epps, Jorn Love, Poppy McMullen, Taimi Toma, Raeleen Amani, Saija
Berge, Dzintra Verchalouis, Roko Murshid, Horsi Monfredi, Dragomir Ijaz,
Anice Saqr, Yok Gunn, It Doke, Toru Miyaz, Seinosuke Ismail, Tekkan Wortham,
Noritoshi Wahid, Tahiyah Nazaret, Mischelle Simah, Royston Shawqi, Motoshige
Torlop, Ochiyo Gable, Carmeline Khalisah, Ngaio Lowless, Uttamlal Abu al
Khayr, Zabel Belew, Tania Zubair, Lynnette Rime, Layla Fragies, Kha Keddy,
Hy Guynup, Karina Asra, Wail Balqis, Shungyosai Yetvard, Hakem Ades,
Heikichi Rihs, Dominic Nash, Etta Dzovo, Vjera Namar, Eligio Leakie, Kwok
Bogart, Merrilyn Buppy, Kalvin Sugar, Kei Imtithal, Hanbal Abir, Igor Kurbo,
Fintan Huggins, Hin-Fa Villneff, Shabouh Whitley, Queensland Curphey,
Khosrovidoukht Ettor, Ennosuke McKinzie, Budiman Arif, Colette Fayruz, Leroy
Ryan, Cherylene Mardi, Janette Gilchrist, Leila Jubair, Hester Mooney, Ali
Mawiyah, Hoan Fahimah, Hasnah Masoner, Abdul-Wajid Lantz,
Adn Bahnam, Nana Osborne, Gerhard Elkins, Masutaro Alidz, Nshan Morrison,
Verena Ceallaghan, Yoshida Allison, Bernhard Standard, Wladyslawa Sadiyah,
Nahid Hawood, Bedia Musaid, Wasif Pendleton, SuU Burger, Aram Izdihar, Juris
Serovpe, Nicolo Kourken, Rickey Pullins, Lyn Bayhas, Dionne Wrigley, Kyoko
Bariah, Yasuko Addekin, Sri Gresham, Lytyla Pile, Shudun Qutb, Takeichi
Courland, Selina Hafthah, Sakinah Jasper, Renato Borgmann, Rosalba Sief,
Zaven Pepper, Helena Takiyah, Maretta Rua, Nathaniel Ihsan, Carolen Jabir,
Rime Atikah, Aubrey Williams, Luigi Bruys, Jenny Hodges, Cavan Rose, Shohei
Moshe, Jy Duffer, Hyunhee Kifah, Shigemori Lee, Goodwin Efrony, Hannah Tapp,
Nerelle Roas, Tawhid Diger, Choi Corban, Ehelda Mudar, Dawson Olds,
Abdul-Baith Edens, Ceinwen Yasberry, Merlene Yeghiazar, Kieron Camberg,
Delmar Adamson, Terry Spilker, Lachlan Ruqayyah, Joycelyn Hamasig, Tau
Munif, Il AbdulWakil, Ariel Buinn, Piroska Isad, Nashwa Rapayel, Jasim
Khachi, Ismah Prigmore, Zuzana Ramsy, Nevel Woodridge, Wei Maro,
Ajib Al Abbas, Wu Flores, Armig Blallock, Kathe Nuhaid, Yu-Hua Wadiah,
Uwaisah VartaKhatoun, Kar Linza, Hiyam Fakhr al Din, Thian Claycroft, Garth
Berry, Serena AbdulBaqi, Ozer Simeon, Sadanobu Samples, Marihito Imtiyaz,
Ramadan Knarig, Sybille Wevill, Zhongmin Boysen, Tamami Higgins, Ulf
Rochester, Hisako Montgomry, Tong Dowdy, Salah al Din Karimah, Ai-Huei
Lauderdale, Awwab Drye, Sarina Murad, Deslee Riggel, Pasqualino Dennis,
Mei-Lin Conrad, Nymie Geppen, Chun Grigor, Hovnan Hana, Bjarne Barker, Margo
Gockley, Kahori Arakel, Kristina Lablab, Aminah Sagars, Kerry- Wider, Raelee
Bornn, Stanislaws McCallister, Norah Haslett, Ormond Lowles, Bo Dyott,
Merrill Wartz, Laurene Thompkins, Martina Holt, Antonious Howkins, Wim
Norris, Wala Ratheal, Kitty Lucine, Henryk Mahbubah, Izydora Horkan, Rita
Panops, Ievziye Afya, Motoichi Ruso, Rhy Sabah, Marilynne Verchalouis,
Farida Paumier, Masaru Heare, Dario Antaram, Bad Weldon, Clodagh Koura,
Tetsuo Bartoughimeos, Llewelyn Prura, Simmone Ishaq, Annice Abraham,
Wahid Brow, Marwah Keithly, Gunter Zkon, Haifa Terrill, Domingo Spurgeon,
Graziella Wahibah, Cindy-Lee Gaidzig, Abdul-Hakam McCaualles, Constantine
Main, Nirmal Budur, Ramziyah Pressly, Arnoldus Mawiyah, Sandie Muhjah, Juri
Humam, Raicho Guiry, Jihan Bahnaim, Serovpe Shaddid, Satnam Haig, Eizan Ade,
Amin Morrison, Surpig Jennis, Effie Townsen, Yerk Bowen, Yumi Tovmajan,
Athol Gerasim, Mari Woodcott, Sheelagh Sturm, Thuy Raifah, Hoa Razan, Acoi
Gianini, Gifford Huffries, Sakura Breshers, Nan Strebling, Lori Riyad, Nimah
Ming, Sugimoto Noyemi, Saito Cobb, Nadia Abbud, Qinghui Krumble, Remedios
Aminah, Nazar Rakin, Gustav Hranoush, Lynton Wray, Moy Presslee, Brent
Lowery, Anel Butler, Annmaree Spann, Linley Berj, Jacinto Sabr, Bryn OP,
Shaleen Parkinston, Jody Humairah, Hilkka Taggart, Seitaro Aqil, Gerardina
Kapriel, Rahmah Traeger, Myh Thaqib, Qatadah Yeghisabet, Dertad Luso, Kamal
McDuffy, Varouge McKinley, Maris Skitting, Juhanah Nawfal, Bogdan Mumayyaz,
Mawahib Cotton, Agatha McAllester, Pauline Berry,
Sharifah Basden, Eugen Sahir, Pansy Eutslor, Dinesh Ramziyah, Mukarram
Neighbors, Lucyna Maston, Haigazn Khitam, Waltraud Hawadah, Takou Viken,
Somenosuke Shahrazad, Claire Naif Nail, Salim Mendez, Uzmum Rihana, Satwant
Dubois, Spomenka Meyers, Francina Densel, Shiu Browning, Vahe Yazan, Farizah
Gregor, Pergrouhi Tahiyah, Artin Aitchison, Kasuga Shahan, Wilbur Preslor,
Suzannah Oak, Verna Crosby, Jeanene Cusa, Arden Martin, Hiroe Lunsford, Siu
Smotherman, Ou Sinan, Renn Umm Kalthum, Dave Harrington, Premila Jafar,
Yoshihisa McCoray, Abid Ojenig, Vaso Tate, Mijo Cerna, Akiko Tamadur, Lisle
Sage, Josie Raemer, Lawrie Easthal, Nurah Elliott, Theodore Loe, Afya
McLaird, Ram Najm al Din, Meena Russel, Naofumi Dorman, Zorica Ghadah,
Miwako Haige, Tito Vahe, Zenios Winder, Sook Sajjad, Leung Griggs, Steven
Dill, Julienne Masrur, Hanogi Ikrimah, Jerome Wolfe, Mihran Urwah, Santina
Mougouch, Vlad Amsah, Curtis AbdulRazzaq, Alvene Gilchrist, Bek Parsix,
Kamal Nafi, Arthur Cockrell, Gwendolin Siran, Jurobei Keiser,
Fiona Barir, Johara Schryver, Frith Barton, Satoru Shahirah, Knarig Rabab,
Amir Ghiyath, Marcus Hanif, Efthalia Eliz, Lesa Hadiyah, Yumin Berrver,
Szymon Hayes, Maria Reynolds, Afrodite Sariyah, Tia Diamond, Rabi Abajik,
Helene Artun, Abdul-Wali Fraque, Fath Muddaththir, Del Bilal, Ottilie
Curtin, Vajira Chrystal, Zona Fender, Kinnojo Garrish, Cay Thomazin, Johann
Netz, Toshiyuki Galloway, Rosie Yester, Kjeld Jul, Wasim Lockert, Sawako
Watkins, Preben Bird, Taysir Kaspar, Nicos Hammack, Ogar Ramiz, Annakhatoun
Jabir, Meagan Rasin, Skender Mundhir, Tsuruki Hickerson, Ingrida Ovsanna,
Alissa Moss, Gwyneth Aswad, Sharlane Aliyah, Nikolaj Atmond, Isa Hart,
Soukias Mkhitar, Owen Pfister, Mitsuyo Ferran, Palasan Ranim, Margaret
Fanan, Eula Laird, Uda Hadkins, Cyril Umayr, Audley Sabih, Christy Alex,
Isaf Arev, Svea Amid, Rajab Hassan, Andrina Furat, Emi Pride, Garrett
Vartiter, Yinon Caughy, Feliks McCrary, Lizbeth Ephron, Yeats Simon, Kirk
Adair, Con Khachadour, Shozo Takou, Azima Ship, Namar Palmar,
Antje Lutfiyah, Dani Beane, Jovanka Callahan, Hovagim Gross, Hidayah
Anderson, Mgo Saltar, Fouad Farhad, Lyndsay Crow, Abdul-Muqtadir Mobrey,
Borislav Holm, Dusanka Templeton, Anne Blair, Yoshimasa Rawah, Iwao Daniel,
Toyozo Meek, Seppo McCaislin, Terri Broadrick, Lilias Jeter, Dany Beaker,
Kiam Ridings, Vrmilabenv Pareli, Shiki Mayyasah, Tae Kamber, Geza Medearis,
Stan Aram, Ata al Rahman Sechrist, Mahabbah Vrtanes, Gaidzig Anoushavan,
Ramend Rathban, Chien Janecko, Naoko Dertadouhi, Luka Wills, Miyazaki
Latham, Bina Lenten, Bartolomeo Darwish, Ilde Kamal, Sung Ibtisam, Placid
Burris, Roxanne Kolin, Jawad Thara, Rhett Tyrrell, Zvonko Muhibb, Hudhaifah
Cryer, Wendee Madihah, Murdock McGuire, Wun Kester, Lynete Farhanah,
Katherene Aludra, Ljubica Madteos, Wadiah Najiyah, Tsai-Chi Jamil, Hudun
Harvey, Jonathan Manar, Gary Sines, Nisha Masahir, Sima Doak, Nardi
AbdulGhafur, Tuy Knapp, Noyemzar Vanashall, Syd Brooks, Luciana Shadha, Tami
Humayag, Caryn Morrell, Hisashi McMurtrey, Junichiro Callires,
Salim Carney, Sherrill Haneson, Ayser Jones, Hai Rennard, Desley Nabighah,
Suhaim Rahaf, Melania Forgy, Edwyn Aws, Chung-Ming Langley, Maurice Thabit,
Blair Severe, Byron Zuha, Kaija Qadriyah, W Pettyjohn, Amjad Murry, Heikki
Spaddin, Maghakya Stack, Phylis Tsoghig, Alidz Khawlah, Elina Jawdah, Bobbie
Maloca, Nahabed Clinton, Laurey Zubair, Catherine Clark, Antun Khosrov,
Lambertus Seer, Wardah Mujab, Ajitkumar Elara, Son Aharon, Berryl McGeeHee,
Grzegorz Lunsford, Janina Mumayyaz, Jabir Bolin, Sabine Couturieux, Oshin
Harris, Genichi Overbey, Collingwood Juwain, Khaldun Malak, Man Dickie,
Delfim AbdulAliyy, Camillo Horne, Mai Turner, Aruna Ragen, Zdenka Samirah,
Jeanetta Hairabed, Siham Vrtanes, Nashwan Ogosdinos, Najibah Robertson,
Saten Roussan, Nunziatina Dertadouhi, Yat Vartanoush, Haroun Budail, Yoshii
Hardy, Vartanouhi Buchanan, Khy Sakhr, Araxi Aitkin, Akim Asdvadzadour,
Kerri-Ann Mosse, Mirah Ilias, Trong Cross, Glenn Brit, Shona Ahmad, Pih-Shya
Zakaria, Sen Smotherman, Meenakshi Mahrus,
Yasar Surpo, Terttu Andros, Marie Dalton, Tiziana Jeter, Vicenta Shelby,
Ilario Plank, Udugampolage Falkner, Aliyah Mayyadah, Amaryllis Mangum, Jaul
Gregor, Sheree Rahman, Dwayne Sears, Pui Edgar, Mirdza Dalton, Parma Holt, D
Janecko, Sumpad Janan, Cara Bonner, Matsuta Hanks, See Karimah, Stanko
Haneson, Freddy McCurdy, Shu-Hui Wasim, Yermi Rihelsmer, Ghunwah or Ghunyah
Raphael, Shushig Shoghi, Phillippa Necklen, Carlene Grigory, Mochihito
Woods, Lim Wagonseller, Merlin Kealy, Azra Kester, Yitfung Pettyjohn, Alan
Rude, Lafe Takou, Huu Najiyah, Masamichi Carlton, Vuong Taymullah, Manuela
Blaegrove, Smilja Gosdantin, Vita Poats, Saed Kutaiba, Kelven Dinkins,
Sarah-Jane Calhoun, Illana Baha al Din, Fook AbdulQahhar, Hiroyuki
Stooksburry, Tatos Munsif, Radovan Antreas, Nartouhi Mariyah, Marilou
Fournier, Karenne Aroutin, Kwang Mamun, Surendra Searson, Kikunojo Winfield,
Raoul Nibras, Su-Ching McCutsheon, Oam Hoppe, Hwang Samir, Orlean Sorrel,
Hur Fowler, Darien Dranger, Eveleen Knappman, Yodo Lovelace,
Morvine Mahabbah, Valmond Bullock, Ciltvairis Higston, Aina Israyel,
Yoshiteru Nuri, Jordan Tyson, Angioletta Hamesd, Nawrah Chaffie, Robbyn
Samah, Ethel Agatan, Filippa Pressley, Maurveen Howerton, Aziz Ashkhen, Beau
Wiles, Coralea Lanier, Thuc Laws, Lorinda Ray, Sofija Jibril, Apollonia
Ararat, Adab Rahmah, Toivo M�rck, Halid AbdulHafiz, Idhar Ghunwah or
Ghunyah, Du Muayyad, Nena Crocker, Clytie Luban, Danica McElgin, Lancelot
Kellium, Angel Sulgar, Sahar Roney, Atsumori Knel, Satya Nadiyah, Kamilla
Izz al Din, Ravindra Hannay, Lublubah Bass, Vahram Shumake, Sek Hovig, Elisa
Andre, Bakri Neighbors, Tracie Shukriyah, Beven Aden, Suanne Mor�n, Ljubisa
Dzaghig, Fadiyah Dutcher, Karel Hanin, Henny Durban, Jonathon Wazir,
Eironwen Zakariyya, Mahmud Rahimah, Dalys Tharwah, Grantley Newland, Dayu
Mercer, Elfrida Woodym, Utaemon Barnes, Lucie Adde, Shaunagh Daulton,
Takiyah Ala, Ritva Maddin, Junji Fawz, Abdul-Samad Tahir, Hilde Ivebaden,
Erle Hatfield, Haig St. Julian, Chak McDougal, Patrice Clower,
Baillie Thomson, Edythe Marshall, Bernadina AbdulMughni, Cherrell Asil, Sin
Rattan, Byung Grbo, Imelda Erwin, Kristyne Ghanim, Gurdev McMurtrey, Abel
Alexander, Zarina Schallenberger, Euan Juhainah, Cissie Hadiyah, Elinda
Tsolag, Weronika Vicken, Merryl Tadlock, Trenton Sati, Cathie Ramlah,
Shakirah Donehoo, Andreas Mear, Raimo Iyad, Akahito Bridges, Mihoko O'Roney,
Quenton Gooden, Mahinda Church, Enrico Alim, Trisha Peglar, Colleen Bolan,
Archie Ashley, Chester Warqa, Ta Yusriyah, Leisa MacCarthaig, Sheila
Priestly, Alice Coffin, Rafi Wheat, Hawadah AbdulHamid, Kiyonori Pierson,
Bohdan Boghos, Hua Duff, Kingo Basim, Glena McClure, Shimah Hur, Greogory
Youssef, Shakir Kirtley, Kaspar Hoover, Mumin Tregare, Mervyn Meason,
E'Vonne Cromwell, Lysle Venable, Bunjiro Mirijan, Nuwwar Daffries,
Alessandra McGill, Irmtraud Haddad, Yumnah Blackburn, Felicia Williamson,
Inger Cox, Durdica Vagharshag, Raid Overstreet, Egon Steeling, Rajiv
Malakah, Wonda Insaf, Asbed AbdulAzim, Lela AbdulHayy, Cornelious Turvey,
Keita Umar, Ahondi Cates, Misbah Vogles, Sumi Yerem, Garifalia Fleming,
Shukri Robinson, Abdul-Muizz Russello, Fumihiko Dikranouhi, Alex Cowen,
Hortanan Burhan, Cecille Vahrig, Munenori Buchanoster, Takuji Bermon, Vu
Aitken, Jitendra Anthony, Augustinus Mossman, Humberto Mattock, Stana
Crossland, Ararat Usama, Rodolfo Zakiyah, Deryck Marta, Misak Khulus, Yusuke
McMilan, Delsia Faridah, Virgil Treadaway, Willibald Davidson, Allegonda
Wisam, Loy Jarir, Ruzica Fakih, Sunita Fambrigla, Sherwood Rahmah, Kennedy
Man, Romayne Kayser, Raja Bovall, Altair Sterling, Shiralee Mrg, Ethleen
Brooke, Karam Pence, Isahak McLellan, Ermes Fox, Zillah Cambel, Olganoff
AbdulMuhsi, Bevin McCasland, Melhem Bartgis, Sogna Misemore, Tyam
Christopher, Pierce Coble, Hyosti Hobart, Ngau Kuffman, Shea Rute, Noble
Ramadan, Pranee Samar, Co Wren, Panagiotis Fath, Witold Lowrance, Clarabelle
Abia, Tsuihar Speake, Massimo Axtell, Taqwa Sadad, Lauris Rayburn, Jayant
Parks, Konrad Davis, Gaile Talby, Fatin or Fatinah Arden, Mana Maysa,
Petney Maruf, Mari-Anne Northen, Mitsuko Cromwell, Arvind Athir, Melville
Efroni, Takashi Norayr, Yiannoulla Sulgar, Shigeko Nazih, Kym White, Sadad
Coughey, Jennie Couturieux, Glen Berryer, Itsuko Saadah, Farhan Saib, Abu al
Khayr Malak, Chi Burks, Mikhail Holby, Knut Kerovpe, Lita Radi, Mishael
Vitale, Lay Keghanoush, Rui Cheney, Theodorus Mooriman, Pik Kennedy, Janis
Adab, Khacho Nimr, Kunie Pittard, Ivanka Netz, Khoi Covington, Fida
Crookshire, Stergoula Jenkins, Munib Lockes, Hubertina Sieverts, Eldon
Shafi, Franco Talibah, Mui Berjouhi, Eulalie Ihtisham, Letitia McAttee,
Montague Atyaf, Septimus Munib, Koetsu Elroy, Shena Clay, Jade Hakem,
Genpaku Aswad, Ikuko Trapman, Adnan Raghib, Rikyu Firouz, Atam Nawrah, Felix
Mutazz, Charmian Lomox, Dawn Terry, Louise Farah, Kurt Arpig, Rohan
Rumaithah, Tamafune Melton, Pasquale Ling, Isidoros Uthal, Philippe Sumrall,
Muhsinah Graham, Didier Faulkner, Fraser Montgomery, Zhen Myms, Nectaria
Najat, Vvalentine Caughy, Daisetsu Jinkinson, Amina Movses, Zubeda Saleh,
Kaoru Adams, Jamie Dunya, Hachigoro Southniell, Ryoichi Thuraiya, Foong
Diram, Gayl Siger, Mi-Li Loveless, Jubair Nazenig, Bramwell Anoush, Deanne
Macinan, Tsan Markham, Madona Rusk, Suresh Misbah, Babu Gagik, Hafsah
Sayyidah, Tuoc Porier, Duro Varteres, Abdul-Adl Munahid, Eliza Mobley,
Dorene Iba, Wong Weatherly, Ying-Ming Geappen, Antigoni Antill, Maiga
Maysarah, Se Imad, Tatjana Gillham, Hemant Yarberry, Suad McGregor, Miriam
Shimah, Al Bara Maybury, Wyn McMilan, Nurettin Whitsnor, Carey Karam, Yujiro
Huter, Urs Wurud, Burnett Bean, Takuro Poat, Lyndley Parkouhi, Khalidah
Foraker, Kerrie-Ann Karel, Padmini Hair, Sadia Sears, Mariko Sigars, Elham
Chadwick, Lincoln Darby, Ning Lord, Lorel Zekele, Marshal Afifah, Alasdair
Poole, Maki Dikran, Silvina Duval, Hildegarde Bergh, Azab Mgo, Sarojini
Wood, Desma Presslee, Patricia Arnak, Melba Shushan, Nyria Mead, Konio
Srabion, Hrant Stepp, Judy Rihab, Margret Nareg, Kaisa Addess, Krystine
Taymon, Anbar Hamzah, Keryl Muyassar, Rafe Windom, Stavroula de Strevelyn,
Noriaki Vartkes, Lorenzo Heghine, Haifa Elam, Kathryn Helton, Hikozaemon
Evroni, Jude Ziyad, Rauf Afya, Shau Soukias, Ala Wahibah, Gunter O'Hara,
Demetre Mills, Elston Adran, Vamadeva Marzuqah, Dzidra Killum, Kitty Anctil,
Masaru Bornn, Jorma Seeger, Kalman Habibah, Amin Ubaid, Hoa Josten, Etsuko
Henson, Harry Sturm, Iskhanig Terrill, Perry Coon, Zio Drew, Eizan McAddog,
Bevyn AbdulRashid, Chiou Balqis, Soichiro Fadil, Katsuhito Majidah, Pierino
Watford, Sio Ceallaghan, Nghinh Serovpe, Hertha Asberry, Nobuatsu Semianer,
Evy Gerasim, Coleen Aghajan, Elwynne Moon, Wladislaw Yeznik, Voilet Naji,
Saja Mimms, Kerin Rima, Hanna Tramel, Ingred Tato, Rayfield Denz, Holly
Redwine, Minh Yunus, Rajko Gresham, Manami Takiyah, Ersillia Asif, Mher
Raghib, Gui Hamasia, Lynece Woodall, Morimasa Lillaird, Boronia Long, Zulma
Burningham, Anneli So, Lilly Avakim, I-Yi Ruqayyah, Brone O'Garry, Serafino
Pace, Joachim Hidayah, Hidetoshi Surry, Sebastiana Adanet, Geoff Isahak,
Glenyse Timmins, Muon Myms, Nawaf Vart, Kazuko Arub,
Lorena Melcon, Aaron Muron, Tuong Karif, Jada Horkan, Juanita Mishael,
Georgia Cornelius, Adrianus Maxwell, Pasqualina Berg, Gunnar Bargor, Essie
Sadun, Pak Ennis, Diego Raghidah, Dymphna Murr, Luc Markham, Cesar Nanny,
Hsiao Meadows, Kalliope Salihah, Taim Allah Chambers, Shirelle Heare, Fahd
Keithly, Harris Rippy, Dimitri Nasri, Wahhab Razan, Merrilee Furdmon,
Magobei Bailey, Ku Dzaghig, Verda Wahhab, Juri Jihad, Carmela Davison?,
Sakue Raidah, Alun Arif, Bashair AbdulHakam, Afnan Stallings, Nigoghayos
Stern, Toshikasu Husam al Din, Farihah Mujahid, Beatrice Lubabah, Ibtihal
Christal, Talah Lowe, Olli Adkins, Nihal Alexander, Elvin Qudamah, Odd Dub,
Debrah Nashida, Imran Ming, Ling Lo, Camilla Woodruff, Agata Sugero, Bhavna
Ramlah, Rafid Byors, Kham Glines, Abdul-Warith Hughs, Safiyyah Briggs, Bahij
Strohval, Sabir Nerses, Mathew Eubanks, Mansur Pickett, Kinuye Kissel,
Maryke Sinan, Johanne Sadler, Brigida Cowan, Rosita Nasmah, Akiko
AbdulShakur, Yaman Vramshibouh, Thuwaibah Sieverts, Prema Smith,
I-Hsiung Hopson, Nigar Carnig, Naman Ikrimah, Antaram Lavender, Khachadour
Cheek, Kyriacos Altoun, Aghaton Burgh, Anna-Liisa Hrand, Collette Al Zahra,
Sibal Mashhur, Ado Travis, Nikolaus Sampler, Alhena Blaagrove, Stepannos
Zahwah, Safuh Mutazz, Miva Najjar, Francoise Isad, Margaret-Ann Munisah,
Gabriel Greggor, Uddra Lassmore, Siobhan McNeil, Basimah Cockerum, Sheena
Bowen, Nshan Ubaid, Aram Gilchrist, Diro Shahidah, Panayoti Pendleton,
Parantsem McKinzie, Mihail Muhsinah, Stephney Allison, Vaino Ulfah, Jaclyn
Courland, Anna Lavandier, Helena Leffel, Shohei Chrystal, Ogai Saif, Rakesh
Suda, Abdul-Majid Hacket, Askanaz Chankin, Antionette Matheson, Corneluis
Anmar, Umamah Stock, Veronique Echols, Adell Shams, Leta Ferran, Rikiya
Amid, Skek Tilley, Gerry Trammel, Isad Lasiter, Ephterpi Martiros, Hovag
Hamlin, Ursuala Libel, Muniamma Sumners, Azette Daniyah, Vukasin Gripps,
Terrence Rasmiyah, Auli McWhorter, Sieu Knabben, Stanislas Wood, Uday
Stooksburry, Joji Ephron, Nea Callaghan, Ramona Shahir,
Djuro Subhi, Allana Janecko, Gyokusho Kolin, Sharmon Carey, Nils Uiche,
Isako Vahram, Takes Girdis, P Ricko, Miyako Rathban, Parounag Arous,
Margaretha Corder, Masahisa Badr, Ufak Tevos, D Randall, Jannie Padings,
Koichi Adami, Istilah Deen, Durrah Kester, Elfa Ishkhanag, Penelope-Anne
Makin, Margorie Necklen, Garven Craig, Yitfung Knkoush, Mel Dumas, Ljuben
Mushegh, Yeh Dhuka, Sherrie Hough, Kusma Wells, Rayhan Corner, Jemima
Courdurier, Gita Berge, Ismail Reda, Demetrios Saeed, Abdul-Razzaq Mahdiyah,
Cherilyn Rahaf, Freddy Jeens, Chrissoula Marsh, Lindsay Qatadah, Marzuqah
Meager, Laurette Hermine, Royston Chambliss, Layla Vervant, Phuong Kelison,
Jane Zubair, Israel Nasuh, Goce Ham, Dragomir Gable, Gaylynn O'Hara, Marjan
Jafar, Sabri Maran, Lisle Husniyah, Noburo Habib, Lothar Judice, Marylou
Cannon, Aleksander Tamam, Man Berry, Siu Ghazi, Vin Perkinson, Sabina
Khalid, Keiron Tate, Harith Byram, Ika Ansill, Fiorenza Umm Kalthum, Oi
Gregor, Claud Haige, Khachi Hayud, Bonita Baze, Mariee Gortman,
Kanjiro Arist, Kunimatsu Mahmud, Atyaf Schlaefli, Khuong Willis, Ram
Bradley, Steven McCoray, Nunziata Heatly, Hugh Sajjad, Mariane Khatib,
Franja Floyd, Dante Dorman, Masahiro House, Ariel Hurkinson, Wu Olds, Zahwah
Reese, Koichi Maro, Hidetsugu Manal, Jae Janecek, Roderic Rapayel, Ila
Altaf, Murai Samples, Rim Saidah, Ulf Hana, Mei-Lin Lindley, Valetta Helton,
Leonarda Zaim, Jewel Shamal, Kushma Badrig, Makkiyah Jawl, Tamara Bahij,
Sufyan de la Botella, Isla Hijrah, Esta Reilly, Gian Arakel, Nevena Sumaira,
Freda McMinn, Lucia Mihran, Slyvia Manning, Nicholaas Grieg, Hieu Raif,
Nonie Self, Azzah Edwards, Conrad Darmer, Emmanuel Hoppe, Wyne Janezko,
Milenko Jawahir, Shadha Porter, Keryn Dzovag, Harri Kawthar, Annemarie
Haninkes, Reginald Mccurry, Hrissi Yaman, Gaybrielle Ringer, Ranjit Rahiq,
Elsbeth Shushanig, Maru Krumble, Tuyett Hambree, Csilla Thaqib, Janell
Riyad, Kiyomi Agatan, Ibtisam Aran, Susanne Ala al Din, Qatadah Castles,
Igino Fawzah, Elvio Botts, Jawa Ivey, Namie Salwa, Fauna Starland,
Desmon Kateb, Myh Cobb, Ching Ithar, Clyde Martha, Konosuke Huff, Yuko
Seger, Nadidah OP, Ann-Maree Hagop, Ryuichi Maimoona, Rong Brooksbank,
Haigazn Gregor, Francina Moseley, Chiung Haris, Falah Juhanah, Lyda
Crittendan, Alon Asdghig, Malakah Callires, Jenefer Mercer, Suhaim Isler,
Suan Wadi, Estelle Sutton, Rosario Graumann, Nevia Ferrell, Regan Mor�n,
Luciana Necklen, Desley Bortie, Kristyna Chacy, Xenia Verginne, Sobana
Nihal, Tetsuzan Maloca, Greg Yetvart, Sydney Durrah, Imad al Din Spaddin,
Godefridus Tuba, Nahabed Dirayr, Ritsukonaito Sighers, Clorine Lowless, Zane
Balsam, Toshie Yasir, Yew Hovagim, Salah May, Bobbie Hanif, Quentin Glenn,
Taniko Khawlah, Rattan Chancellor, Sandra-Lee Lloyd, Efthalia Abbot,
Abdul-Wali Mooney, Bridie Isbell, Echiko Thurmon, Ansis Bogart, Yu-Chin
Rubaa, Jacob Elias, Trinidad Miers, Shanta McCod, Themis Brush, Hing
Burgess, Yafiah Garrish, Germaine Hopper, Saada Prentice, Myriam
Muddaththir, On Nasira, Gillian Meyers, Stephan Atifah, Baligh Sharrock,
Maymunah Yezik,
Hamazasb Ardo, Rawson Rooney, Chiyo Kahl, Natasha Flora, Lyell Wittenbarger,
Mon Ledbetter, Boguslawa Lock, Zofia Richards, Anka Slate, Liew Artin,
Itsuko Rim, Rukmani Lackey, Khalifah Umniyah, Riitta Vitali, Ardasg Mumtaz,
Jafar Dabney, Wilga Malakah, Myrofora McLaughlin, Xirong Kleirs, Mable
Fikriyah, Sanzo Schreffler, Takiji Nailah, Hayato Bradshaw, Samarah Denzin,
Fumie Hebruck, Rosalinda Bennitt, Miyazaki Khulus, Nomi Mayyasah, Burnard
Timsinger, Yoshinobu Thara, Sultanah Hutch, Bronte Ratib, Ghusun Reeves,
Teruo Chipman, Itab Manar, Kelly Zaven, Orhan Rapig, Ruza Rude, Emilio
Samuel, Nazim Harvey, Delphine Zarouhi, Rizq Starland, Izabella Pearson,
Raoul Ramela, Damiano Rayya, Dickran Martin, Yen-Tseng Courturi�, Cu
Schaffenberg, Wid Meyers, Akemi Luban, Hermine Baraah, Susette Lowery, Zaki
Kirshhof, Taqiy Allen, Moya Arnold, Gail Dubois, Marise Witt, Karapet Ming,
Uzmun Faruq, Mykola Ilham, Bakin Slate, Wan Seboun, Thalia Hambrey, Awtar
Mubarak, Sinh Orr, Stella Nimat, Waliy al Din Hunaidah,
Ronica Nujud, Yueh-Yin Malak, Oshin Pierez, Lotte Asadel, Denyse Willhite,
Kornelia Anbarin, Wolfgang Wasimah, Siw Gilland, Ludmilla Parten, Rasmiyah
Naim, Suzette Coggatt, Sang Fajr, Nusaibah Kennedy, Mashdotz Dorrbey, Rigmor
Ilias, Claude Overbey, Nhan Chenault, Mai Buchanan, Myrll Bury, Kanko Cerna,
Bin Russel, Ivica Trent, Lola Duncan, Marieann Azzam, Mitsuyo Haifa, Asami
Scout, Meng Mkhitar, Takejiro Gooly, Ariano Khalis, Shigeru Moss, Kyproulla
Munirah, Safi Furat, Jeoffrey McAttee, Glendon Leffel, Prue Owen, Lilliana
AbdulWahid, Adli Warnook, Kiemon Zahir, Mila AbdulBadi, Kodua Collins,
Lizbeth Atmond, Muhjah Muhanna, Lea-Ann Sana, Ruri Marina, Maisah Hellar,
Gazar Adams, Ramsay Gamal, Chi-In Murdock, Naora Calhoun, Lung Bordon,
Mladen Bennett, Birthe Blaegrove, Zhao Wasif, Angelene Street, Li Dempsey,
Isidoro Arpenig, Jun Athir, Dolour Howell, Rhondda Misbah, Zyta Merchant,
Ibrahim Zumraukht, Wendy Waldram, Mustafa Esterling, Angioletta Addison,
Lynley Sorrel, Kathlene Ruggles, Ljuvica Funderbrock,
Wahibah George, Tsampika McCarty, Hur Moman, Jordanka Warshopen, Gaye Duha,
Heide Childers, Paige Barsam, Graydon Rais, Marilou Ominges, Mabuchi Nimr,
Ivon Price, Azar Safiyyah, Janita Lamah, Samawah Mobley, Murad McGill, Mubin
Burly, Oona Robinson, Helmuth Hagar, Ya Faridah, Deryck Badr al Din, Arisa
Hanster, Bronwen Randall, Kerrie Sad al Din, Benny Darby, Hien Aristakes,
Kelsie Molyneux, Geok Hayyan, Radwa Spivey, Muriel Pruett, Nibras Crain,
Casimir Chadwick, Dokuohtei Dye, Valmai Eppers, Mariko Dimah, Teck Aden,
Blanca Fortune, Maliha Takoun, Velia Iqbal, Iec-Fong Parsons, Gurdev Rihab,
Ester Parkey, Pamela Mahibah, Dieta Arax, Eamon Jenn, Lucie Clark, Ghougas
Truss, Alfio Stepp, Bryce Hatfield, Soetsu Hendrick, Kong Monroe, Saionji
Ala, Darinka Al Tayyib, Anh Free, Ashkhen Blunndell, Kathrine Nusrah,
Averill Wahibah, Wajihah Vehanoush, Karim Lowles, Husna Farhan, Mariyah
Clifton, Gayleen Biffle, Severino Tabassum, Sossi Razan, Fahd Satterwhite,
Marilynne Ishaq, Elias Lucine, Linden Huda,
Zinaida Brooke, Iftikhar Nunufar, Umesh Ghazi, Ho M�rk, Nudar Townsen, Sati
Asberry, Hilton Leach, Badi al Zaman Gilbreath, Satish Musad, Desrae Rippy,
Patty DeWees, Melinda Cooley, Oceano Gianini, Sho Hambright, Khatijah
Meason, Rosette Osborn, Tsuki Wright, Ryuzaburo Hur, Shusaku Farthegn,
Evstolia Hovnan, Shaneen Shukri, Mardiros(s) Powers, Maryrose Boling, Bertha
Anjum, Ramela Jarrett, Julianne Gillham, Vincenzina Saib, Srdjan Naji,
Uoiasouma Sarig, Pritam Fakhriyah, Andrew AbdulHayy, Sakhr Maxfield, Anneke
Crowder, Umayr Yarid, Maizah Akram, Nectaria Higgenbotham, Ghayda Snowden,
Dmitar Tieson, Graheme Takoug, Chul Durham, Abdul-Aziz Davison, Kurt
AbdulWajid, Zheng Sherrod, Rafiah Faraj, Arkady Warson, Sambhu Welch, Jun
Markham, Rae Soghomon, Jabirah Raja, Raffi Siger, Idris Egleston, Madonna
Ara, Al Tayyib Hopper, Bruce Zko, Eduardo Jawharah, Isolina Mork, Averil
Dzovig, Raghbir Tucker, Sabr Hankes, Muhib Dyett, Maram Yaqub, Olimpia
Zarif, Heidi Raidah, Moshe Thuwaibah, Fadl Allah Noreen,
Yen-Yi Merrell, Osig Word, Ceridwen Bartgis, Zina Keith, Aflio Addison,
Catena Phy, Latifah Sawyer, Torajiro Tamara, Muruj Winforey, Sherwood
Loveless, Perla Haslen, Irfan Starlin, Massimo McElro, Enn Coble, Lorine
Thorton, Berjouhi Mason, Thang Uhud, Vasil Sellers, Alton Rayburn, Zadig
Gwinnup, Bhasskur Miltram, Dominique Huma, Andreas Washburn, Yew-Kung Gregg,
Annita Anderson, Mafalda Marghub, Satoshi Husam, Tanosuke Winter, Heimo
Worthington, Gwendoline Mihran, Mina Shahlah, Abdul-Waliy Marquis, Wolf
McKivins, Norman Wheat, Camela Juhainah, Yueh Hughes, Unice Warqa, Budiwati
Otten, Hawazin Lennon, Maab Barirah, Gamini Sajid, Semso Hogge, Sandoukht
Haddad, Basim Schilling, Marieanne Sharpe, Eldred Castelburry, Lili
Stockman, Barrington Ghougas, Hikmah Sharifah, Udayaraja Rabone, Hiromi
Amin, Nashida Jamilah, Safiy al Din Trapman, Hidetora Baylor, Asadel Margos,
Hilmi Willimon, Derick Philpott, Paraskeva Ibtihaj, Vaughn Dhakirah, Armenia
McReynolds, Koetsu Shnork, Tawbah McKinzie,
Gempachi Abdul Abdel Abd al, Rubina Shukri, Muc Tregare, Hinda Galbraith,
Aroutin Gerasim, Nghinh MacAskill, Masumi Adib, Adom Mawiyah, Lorne Abir,
Efrosini Hopkins, Tharon Cousturier, Cheryle Ramih, Hyrom Haddy, Karolyn
Atikah, Ersillia Bariah, Sadun Shams, Dhurup Adnitt, Helen Roper, Donelle
Nelson, Eugeniusz Gayan, Voilet Boyle, Elissa Lee, Kyoji Bojsen, Akira
Faisal, Sachi McGregor, Keith Insaf, Haytham Adawiyah, Ikku Lafevers, Flo
Hunsaker, Hiroko Volf, Claudio Milan, Quy Dailey, Borge Warlick, Eow
McLemore, Kao Alan, Kuniyuki Thomsen, Azizah Hayyan, Kie Naimah, Ramila
Wommack, Stojan Denzine, Nurol Yerenias, Hume Paty, Maroush Sylvester, Frans
Mina, Daphine Jawa, Eva AbdulLatif, Safwan Altaf, Sheralyn Tevos, Asim
Wijdan, Gyl Papke, Dermott Moffit, Emile Anig, Vedella Mayyadah, Edita Kole,
Koichi Armitage, Matsusuke Bradley, Joyclyn Shipp, Burdekin Zaroug, Russell
Yasberry, Hoshiyo Kealy, Evangelina Higgins, Heatherbell Taliaferro, Kourken
Timmonds, Phillipa Corner, Zuzana Dusard, Eleri McCarland,
Bjorn AbdulWakil, Chrissie Batul, Lau Rihelsmer, Caryl Ishkhan, Isma
Forester, Ladislav Hisham, Hariclea Melton, Aiko Lana, Hendrina Badiah,
Bahiyah Longmire, Constantine Arakel, Emore Morgin, Xanthe Zohrab, Miliko
Toma, Tu-Su Suraqah, Cherie Toros, Wala Dwyer, Annice Miltram, Reijo Eccles,
Hsieh Reynenou, Misato Ziyad, Rasiah Gunn, Marci Tibah, Etsuko Ayser, Marina
Merrell, Abdul-Hakam Bricker, Atholl Bartlett, Christiana Abbie, Tango Ades,
Licia Shawqi, Shirlee Sayer, Lisette Carnig, Jacqualine Safaa, Bui O'Rownoe,
Shao Parsons, Johanne Husna, Hirobumi Tate, Sen Aitchison, Geroge Kegham,
Gordon Tregears, Myriel O'Callahan, Ele Hajar, Kelli Awatif, Loukas
Mnatsagan, Adolf Nushan, Uddra Khatib, Karida Janecek, Juliene Munisah,
Gertruda Cowan, Ah McBeal, Pearl Blaagrove, Gyan Bayless, Masahiko
MacTamhais, Vartoush Warnor, Lopeti Burningham, Lynece AbdulBaqi, Terrie
Khacher, Charyn Nix, Husein Melton, Kapitolina Sana, Umayyah Childress,
Shuet Holmes, Ghaith Kesbow, Heath Rochester, Do Nuhaid, Zafar Ruqayyah,
Micheal Gates, Malachy Berg, Kurubagaran Gagos, Victorine Wasil, Kah Karif,
Cary Dennis, Samih Rawdah, Amparo Awad, Dunya AbdulMalik, Aiden Stephen,
Rafig Stotta, Pyllis Abraham, Heghine Hetum, Subhi Lablab, Shoghig
Montgomry, Tevos Cornelius, Leonard Aman, Rafa Anthony, Emmanual Raif,
Oldrich Duval, Delveen Nazirah, Jibran Moloy, Ljubisav Lord, Ardash Ishfaq,
Vicki Farihah, Hamasia Sirak, Shuk Ruyah, Chiew Muhsin, Ali Ivey, Shadan
Broskney, Duqaq Swan, Samih Pagur, Maurizio Ferris, Muhair Porter,
Christalla Newton, Evdokia Windom, Beverely Chadwick, Sirarpie Yasamin,
Junko Nareg, Vivenne Pearcy, Stavroula Morris, Wasimah Skinner, Qing Spann,
Imogen Hudson, Nitsa Donig, Qasim Iyas, Beatrice Luna, Malkhas Christal, Lan
Araxi, Arka Castle, Ann-Louise Kapriel, Cora Amber, Hanako Glines, Agata
Turnbow, Nobuo Schultz, Asalah Boghasoff, Vahan Abbott, Shafiq Nahid, Molly
Nawfal, Frosini Jabirah, Mariangela Nadirah, Haigaser Gwinup, Union Leath,
Xie Strohval, Avtar Stearling, Vladimar Gregg, Juhainah Ramziyah,
Atsuko McPheeters, Yueh-Yun Radwa, Noel Moser, Zeita Mallouf, Mary-Rita
Jumanah, Kosami Hafsah, Manabu Vagharshag, Alyson Samiyah, Vincenza Muta,
Rawdah Martinelli, Keita Rand, Gwennyth Tidwell, Ikemoto Shahnazar, Melcon
Fricke, Ok Badr al Din, Vu Owings, Khachoug Wyrick, Tomoko Clancy, Mariella
Adamini, Troy Piroum, Colomba Polaski, Ivon Newton, Kichi Cowen, Foh
Steinsbor, Aludra Jetton, Editha Gosdan, Paavo Kamil, Majorie Maybury,
Franklin Combs, Ya Dikranouhi, Masaki Conway, Lewis Madteos, Wvan Sigars,
Kerri-Anne Munis, Shintaro Wait, Muta Shipman, Jakuchu Capewell, Modesto
Alltimes, Pennie Numan, Dare Raid, Yeghishe Kawkab, Casimir Brawley, Melanie
Haslam, Kerryn Lord, Dayu Thives, Geuregh Ennis, Niree Petigo, Meike
Montgomery, Calouste Wicker, Luo Carnahan, Mala AbdulQawi, Toan Melcon,
Chrissa Palmer, Ilo Moman, Kazuko Sultanah, Amatullah Conners, Snezana Karl,
Jumah Lang, Hikosaburo Satterwhite, Dymphna Razin, Bahijah Sfiyah, Weng
Young, Margurite Brooke, Laurence Housig, Waldo Afrah, Katholiki Man,
Cherelle Drehmer, Seiji Salihah, Annette Dhakwan, Husna Abid, Alexsandra
Switzer, Yezegiel Thomison, Raquel Arsen, Sossi Khecho, Ziyad Mishal, Ardo
O'Hannon, Abdul-Hafiz Culpepper, Sze Simon, Christiaan Golihugh, Jenice
Qubilah, Sushila McKinsey, Ho Jennings, Anders Wiley, Panayiota Stallings,
Jawna de Wolfe, Badi Bogaard, Bashair Safuh, Attilio Kalloway, Myong Benge,
Agnes Roach, Cole Hoover, Aldo Koriun, Ay Rami, Rosette Middleton,
Annunziata Mairanoush, Gonnohyoe Christopher, Joselyn Yeznig, E'Vonne
Kirtley, Hanin Roper, Abdul-Musawwir Boman, Hidetada Wad, Eral Sahlah,
Gwynne Jamal, Franciscos Kadeer, Paraskeva Ovsanna, Yuri Isa, Edgars
Chanlewicz, Benito Houmey, Charmian Saltar, Siglinde Umayr, Kaoru Underwood,
Peita Bargor, Shu Lomox, Nectaria Gowers, He Nashwan, Yu-Ya Hamdan, Esmond
Douglas, Chuichi Crabb, Elenor Hancell, Wayne Harpour, Merl Wistrach, Trac
Berrus, Carson Gross, Gum Ismah, Ietsuna Genn, Rae Khat, Hikaru Taysir,
Michihiro Rankin, Puspa Nibras, Madona Nartouhi, Emmeline McCaddie,
Manus Fournier, Clint Whitton, Antonio Trippett, Cheree Imboden, Sy Varvare,
Leeann Pak, Sharyn Faraj, Alexina Peprone, Nuaim Biddo, Franca Ramela, Moses
Rayya, Ethleen Martin, Leonne Isam, Mohinder Chaffie, Kennedy Hubab,
Christena Hagopjan, Kiley Higston, Yodo Rathburne, Cherlyn Clower, E Gannet,
Vieno Gerrey, Masayoshi Ghazalah, Thorsten Babcock, Bryant Gibdon, Nida
Adde, Viva Kaseem, Ippolito Rathbourne, Warqa Weskert, Fatemeh Pickering,
Peta Mukarram, Drew Eliza, Ekaterina Lamprell, Lynore de Wulfe, Makayel
Walkin, Andreas Tadlock, Carmelo Hinkle, Stefica Holter, Ky Nation, Satoru
Aza, Hetty Anan, Duke Bailey, Arub Hayes, Mina Nudar, Elzbieta Priestly,
Cuthbert Habbab, Mihoko Bynum, Camela Fida, Charissa Lard, Keiko Harrell,
Annabelle Lassiter, Franco Jenkins, Hong Husna, Vartkes Wulff, Ralf Aicken,
Sandoukht Fletcher, Erzelia McReynolds, Cang Badi, Zko Haifa, Lili Cheathum,
Chomei Mkhitar, Ayame Gordan, Letitia Smiley, Muhtadi Hawkins, Shun-Chu
Safwah, Eizan Skamp, Rasiah Finch, Motoichi Doke,
Phung Keddy, Leopold Kundert, Cung Bahnaim, Kennith Brow, Merrill Henson,
Kimball Hovag, Licia Nasri, Layan McNeece, Lalita Dzovo, Roselyn Carroll,
Jihan Tovmajan, Arout Yeranyag, Queenie Pennington, Chantel Hesleham, Myra
Ardemis, Lorne Wharton, Milton Kurbo, Joginder Boghos, Yumi Pulliam, Hyrom
Jabbar, Leighanne Aghajan, Petrea Brum, Rosa-Anna Kelsey, Dhunluxmi
Subhiyah, Rayfield Thomason, Zelda Marzuq, Fariq Counts, Voilet Khuzama,
Mong Martin, Alyssa Kalloway, Luella Sterlin, Sachi Logan, Suzy Bermon,
Gwenyth Blain, Nuzhah Collings, Fleurette Hancock, Rika Ogle, Mikola Jalal
al Din, Nhon Lunah, Borge Dearman, Myrtle Zaki, Truc Holden, Eliza Tramel,
Sumie Price, Petrus Moss, Canio Greggor, Miwako Wolfe, Liliana Vines, Mercy
Karlos, Aylani Kemper, Yim Perren, Akiko Rotane, Kyriaki Surpig, Hugh
Nahidah, Jerome Lavender, Asif Saidah, Puay Sorbier, Yoshimochi Kaliq, Ajib
Claycroft, Vedella Isad, Milan Maloy, Violet Houpe, Ljuba Aqilah, Joycelyn
Urwah, Leane Gomidas, Qudsiyah Maali, Thian Fikri,
Alimah Flores, Jannette Jana, Feng Rubin, Graig Dertad, Nola Wijdan,
Geoffery Miles, Maddie Muthanna, Nikolay Dechance, Latu Mayyadah, Lian Raha,
Stylianos Avakim, Bosa McWilliam, Hariclea May, Jewel Brasher, Mudar
Bronson, Sarina Epp, Yerenias Higgins, Gisella Pettey, Dallas Majid, Muslih
Muslimah, Tuong Trotter, Llewelyn Wahibah, Kemsley Verchalouis, Tsao Lowles,
Jelica Farhan, Jorgen Cline, Rita Biffle, Aase AbdulGhaffar, Elston Soukias,
Sheilah Hadiyyah, Francia Hawadah, Asalah Zafirah, Eftyhia Ellington, Pankaj
Sugars, Mami Pickering, Fritzi Sirarpie, Yasmine Cannon, Mathew McAlistor,
Liem Densau, Anna-Liisa Jad Allah, Shanti Mitchel, Shoken Makkiyah, Naman
Dad, Janiece Hrachya, Monte Asbed, Petros Ashlock, Dau Oak, Zkon Easthal,
Cecia Wyatt, Mercedita Vramshibouh, Sharlene Elroy, Letticia Morden, karawan
Mahjub, Slave Caffy, Rosalie Almas, Ishraq Haig, Pearl Wijdan, Ivars Reell,
Gabi Wyld, Ginetta Rafah, Divna Maysun, Fulvia Ata al Rahman, Benjamin Badi
al Zaman, Yugoro Tarif, Alka Atyaf,
Danjuro Zahwah, Ikuyo Yarid, Jolie Akram, Ghaith Higgenbotham, Janne So,
Nhuong Timmins, Dhakir Takoug, Michalina Durst, Geoff Jamal, Wee AbdulWakil,
Dorn Clay, Brone Burningham, Delma Cheak, Sana Forest, Maire Seager, Dunya
Melton, Barry Edelman, Carrie Burhan, Dahlene Hibah, Tage Shelton, Chuan
Ohannes, Jessamine Grimes, Lillain Majd, Horiuchi Nicholas, Angel Boon,
Particia Halimah, Khalidah Mashdotz, Delsie Layali, Fergus AbdulWarith,
Yujiro Al Harith, Nadja Weeks, Vicki Afifah, Cono Tharwah, Alexei Fulnechek,
Ba Omartin, Roy Munjid, Antonietta Chisholm, Narend Stallard, Rosealyn
Hightower, Maurits Deon, Frederico Hamzah, Viet AbdulHadi, Deslyn Carpenter,
Beverely Bray, Dam Bloyd, Tonny Bridwell, Texas Lo, Ablah McKenzie, Janeen
Thomson, Fatma Ahlam, Goemon Atcock, Nitsa Turvand, Gede Mujahid, Lynsay
Ming, Nicolaas Huma, Lan Washington, Debrah Gannet, Lefteris Andersson, Bodo
Staggs, Ghanim Lytle, Ghunwah or Ghunyah Blank, Niamh Polly, Grainne Fuller,
Michela Hamasig, Abdul-Baqi Pack, Wen-Ching Dumas,
Zhong-Ming Beasley, Bronislawa Thescott, Yitfung Sumaiyah, Sarah House,
Boyce Rahman, Durrah Randall, Tchung Cecil, Hubab Mada, Kazimierz Yeghiazar,
Okuni Ovagem, Ala al Din Ghalib, Mara Hamid, Edwina Diroun, Leonardo Ghazal,
Yukiko Berge, Syble Hastings, Margorie Reilly, Ady Salman, Marzuqah Tackett,
Numan Yunck, Heikichi Arshag, Abdul-Razzaq Fragies, Faiz Miyaz, Debora
Barir, Ornella Culwell, Uttamlal Chisum, Zita Ewing, Kimbra Freeman,
Catherin Terrill, Jochen Nash, Nujud Wilhite, Abdul-Wajid Hadeel, Sheung de
Wulf, Ernest Gerasim, Ismail Safwan, Grbo Pendleton, Ennosuke Mawiyah,
Zandra Azkanoush, Fatimah Butler, Faustina Allen, Ryunosuke Rihana, Zlta
Nadiyah, Zaki Ray, Lyra Diya al Din, Donal Agnes, Lancelot Bushra, Yiannoula
Adne, Ahd Armanoush, Tokutomi Asadel, Hang Kemmer, Inas Star, Maruf Vitale,
Gwenith Justice, Vahram Ellis, Rosena Khalid, Cvijetin Pierez, Norris
Copeland, Marianne Cantell, Nena Couturieux, Keishi Denser, Bun Skelton,
Jeanetta Woodruffe, Theodoris Wardell, Rigmor Dahab, Sen Cerna,
Ellena Asdvadzadour, Sabine Radi, Aharon Oaks, Eleanore Labibah, Yoshii
Wynne, Niki Holeufer, Ayleen Bury, Marjory Tidmoor, Kleopatra Speigh, Mai
Hamssay, P Altaf, Ahmed Tevos, Nadene Wisal, Santo Waliy Allah, Nawal Wylde,
Parma Griggs, Chieko Mayyadah, Nunziatina Mosse, Violete Badr, Gay Hamesd,
Cassandra Culleton, Lazar Blud, Keryn Yeremia, Yen-Chi Ringer, Ted Phepps,
Wendolyn Dobbins, Joo Dranger, Babara O'hAnnagain, Ienobu McCarty, Anbarin
Mujahid, Dertad Peebles, Abdul-Sattar Davidson, Llynneth Purlanti, Sahag
Gant, Beatriz Sarkis, Desmon Ghunwah or Ghunyah, Alfonso Rakin, Xiang
Gifford, Igea Cundiff, Thais Kateb, Saito Ghassan, Sylvester West, N'Gar
Shihad, Goffredo Mumayyaz, Merv Sabr, Zakarig Lander, Waltraud McClendon,
Zbigniew Wall, Brent Woodruffe, Yianni Hix, Safun Tahiyah, Bogdan Neighbors,
Fei LaCasse, Inam Anbar, Francina Rani, Harith Haynes, Dzovag Goodenhise,
Abid Prisley, Man Lunsford, Eckhardt Byram, Leisl Speers, Yueh-O Larrew,
Suzannah Safaa, Trixie O'Timmons, Adelaida Parten,
Theodore Husniyah, Namir Dickey, Yarah Asadel, Abdul-Muhaimin Maston,
Sabatino Tregears, Anas Udail, Hoitsu Yhsa, Marylou Maran, Stephen Vi,
Goodwin Walters, Maysan Luck, Ewa Pasha, Raylee Nazmi, Men Schiller,
Gretchen Duffer, Ankine Yerchanig, Woon Harrol, Tomiichi Samra, Beng Mobrey,
Sri Martinetti, Suzzane Armenuhi, Asrar Tilley, Jy Gonzalez, Nikolai Coxon,
Rikiya Umarah, Ederlinda Walid, Djuraoj Broadrick, Kyushichi Shelton, Ye
Kerby, Stanislas Raffi, Machiko Subhi, Subhiyah Nichols, Takuya Varteres,
Seong Crouch, Samirah AbdulWahid, Reshmi Logsdon, Rosalynn Daniyah, Costas
McAddie, Nonie Dua, Tsambika Afnan, Yoshitake Maxey, Kazuhiko Magar, Brooke
Self, Janusz Munjid, Tessai Maha, Rhonan Clement, Kelton MacDoogle, Dzovinar
Akim, Munemori Hollifar, Mana Zakarig, Araxia Jadwa, Leiza Siraj al Din,
Dhirajlal Hamssay, Suzi Berryer, Bunela Mumtaz, Adelheid Juwain, Bert Anel,
Nasib Armenia, Senga Piroum, Abdul-Muhyi AbdulHayy, Rawah Tamir, Davide
Medearis, Eleftheria Womble, Urii Barbrey, Doral Karris,
Kiam Adami, Ugo Perryman, Jiro Russell, Bonny Surpo, Rosalinda Wills, Ahmet
Leo, Ubaid Hardy, Sirah Bashirah, Gaidzig Storm, Ibtessam Suhair, Yusuke
Dillingham, Edith Mangum, Bennie AbdulKhaliq, Chee Aram, Silvano Randall,
Burnard Goriun, Ilde Emberton, Kozue Fouad, Guillermo McMann, Zainab Addoms,
Nice Aludra, Zaid Diknis, Chung-Ming Ghazalah, Elfreda Touma, Wendee Vartan,
Merline Sutherland, Tracey-Lee Salman, Caryn Rahaf, Sawsan Doak, Ana-Maria
McWilliam, Raewyn Iqbal, Aileen Brawley, Frederica Wadi, Manus Bargor,
Jaqueline Pattison, Berenice Nazenig, Rhonnda Warson, Wahidah Jean, Rasmi
Genn, Rafiah Amal, Pasquale Arub, Hisa Salihah, Naosuke Zinah, Domenic
Little, Averil Yervand, Carlyle Zarif, Kit Phy, Blazenka Bartev, Hsi Draper,
Kim Bandar, Giuseppi McCasland, Shafiqah Huda, Grayson Yaqub, Sariyah
Killingsworth, Isahak Holmes, Muhib Toliver, Vikki Seghpesdros, Massimo
Stallings, Thuoc Ramadan, Bryson Mrg, Niyaf Cunningham, Alda McElgin, Irea
Ghazi, Widad Bingham, Fay Wiles, Inal Cousture, Duane Tovma,
Qusay Orr, Efe Starlin, Raghbir Maizah, Witold Ilham, Armenag Abbudin,
Leigh- AbdulHakam, Coralee Tucker, Ke Thawab, Venus Samar, Marwan Veale, Sui
Vishab, Gaile Farthegn, Shakib Roach, Abdul-Karim Rooney, Fu Baidzig,
Abraham Coughey, Hairabed Basil, Catina Vagharshag, Moyra Brozwell, Borislav
Angig, Davorka Lynn, Trudi Malone, Maciej Roycroft, Suminoto Mazhar, Azima
Farhad, Ghaniyah Sana, Tsuruki Pfister, Hidemichi Akil, Muhjah Isa, Rajab
Tillman, Nonna Dinkins, Daphney Muruj, Desirae Meek, Li Lattimore, Shnorhig
Weible, Zuha Spawn, Bereneice Onnig, Sherley Raghad, Kelven Majd al Din,
Roelofina Karels, Rafah Bordon, Darilyn Misbah, Nizar Najwa, Marta Edy,
Dolour AbdulZahir, Chep Kehady, Marilou Weese, Basilio Rodney, Hamaspure
Thuraiya, Jordan Magar, Ven Ominges, Smilja Miller, Tun Chisolm, Dickran
Shirley, Panagiota Noyemzar, Yula Aroutin, Muhannad Hanai, Zilda Kayser,
Gosdan Carr, Krzysztof Thawab, Saghome Blud, Anatoli Hagop, Konoye Pressley,
Sabihah Lubaid, Utamaro Dobson, Halid Calwell, Soula Baligh,
Raoul AbdulRahim, Yukinaga Makayel, Seiryo Narjis, Byron Jawdah, Reinhard
Herr, Thornton Masahir, Ritsukonaito Conway, Shae Marsh, Elvera Attkinson,
Saikaku Babcock, Arist Ridwan, Rayyan Elara, Yosuke Qadriyah, Nisha Yetvart,
Baie Maddin, Martinus Albertson, Shirley McNeil, Toshiaki Cameron, Hye
Carson, Ajitkumar Hanna, Godefridus Jourdan, Satoru Reynolds, Nellina Nafi,
Pauleen Raja, Chisato Fragies, Dirouhi Ansell, Aleida Calouste, Cheryll
Ubaidah, Nahidah Jabir, Tsumemasa Curtin, Goran Brush, Shuzo Ali, Preben
AbdulAhad, Shanta Spears, Fiona Stanley, Eula Furat, Lynda Kulthum, Rita
Denzau, Tomiko Kapovik, Vinh Siene, Annabell Rabon, Urako Fleming, Athir
Munawwar, Andrina Mathis, Yumako Raidah, Norio Nanny, Zinaida Mason,
Masuhiro Khalidah, Ku Hasibah, Marcello Vasil, Anders Shahd, Viviene Nadim,
Sabriyah McLelland, Kenneth Razan, Hama Townsen, Incoronata Sumpad, Rashida
de Wolfe, Ho Rayburn, Milovan Yasar, Mardig Akabi, Toshinobu Coble, Marita
Adnitt, Tsukasa Seghpesdros, Coralie Powers, Jacklyn O,
Kingo Cromwell, Hanin Cuppy, Sujata Mann, Naif Nail Loyd, Hyoun Slaton,
Elise Shukri, Iftikhar Ula, Myong Harp, E'Vonne Jabalah, Denice McClure, Mu
Barakah, Chery Talby, Kosami Evana, Shigemasa Cole, Attilio Haroun,
Gerritdina Azhar, Inger Turvey, Arfan Venable, Robynne Ghazo, Eliot Nunah,
Merida Hollifer, Kichi Lynderman, Delia Tidwell, Terina Thomsen, Kyuichi
Hamy, Jospeh Safiyyah, Tat Milan, Ikki MacCosh, Ivon Angel, Pin Teague,
Najmah Grimes, Djoka Flynn, Kelli Talibah, Atikah Corcoran, Sooi Khanke,
Kutaiba Lassmore, Hiromichi Scroglen, Edi Sabri, Cantara Shawq, Miva
Griffith 113, Marigold Camber, Leandra Isahak, Wee Almas, Kayoko Mazin, Chie
Durst, Serafino Sana, Antoinette Fakhr al Din, Ishraq Akram, Alka Terry,
Abdul-Badi Timmond, Rafig Isra, Byas Muslimah, Evangelia Grigor, Cary
Lauderdale, Daisy Stotta, Tai-Chih Speer, Chum Graham, Jet Raghidah, Sybil
McMinn, Hoshiko Karl, Angelika Wilson, Pasqualina Stephen, Khuzama Drye,
Dhakir Boykin, Dunya Saleh, Yukari McCaskill, Glenyse Mishael,
Victoria Callaway, Constantina Howkins, Alexsandra Maghakya, Bach Razin,
Royland Mills, Antonios Nazenig, Graziano Clifton, Juanita Zkon, Fanny
Koughes, Husna Sayer, Merrilee Raja, Haddad Heghine, Erni Sameh, Hana Jumah,
Hagopjan Khalaf, Paulette Rita, Zarina Izzah, Eftihia Cockram, Bernie
Hughes, Chester Schryver, Siong Wail, Camela Ellington, Inese Makkiyah, Si
Luellen, Nerina Griffin, Helina Nibras, Zena Hassan, Eulalie Dufie, Clark
Crookshire, Elke Hansell, Wiktor Hinshaw, Mi Wulff, Trisha Bishop, Cecelia
Haddad, Shukriyah Capriel, Andris Muddaththir, Ralf Levon, Hiromi Umayyah,
Milada Reell, Ra Nur al Huda, Maira Ovsanna, Eral M'Lellan, Margareta Gear,
Concepcion Williford, Arie Tynes, Kieran Vartiter, Ghayda Hamidah, Stratis
AbdulWajid, Musad Boykin, Huong Dhakirah, Elenora Petigo, Fraser Shnorhig,
Munoto Rumaithah, Evan Maxfield, Li- Jamal, Morihiro Chew, Nadine Denzine,
Gyula Munis, Nazreen Ried, Shukri Deer, Chien-Chu Combs, Editha Geer, Virgil
Gregory, Mattea Halah, Tjeng Barbrey, Burne Givins,
Radiyah Anton, Vu Khulus, Isao Russello, Zanubiya Whitsnor, Daniyah Boon,
Ioannis Madteos, Misbah Harville, Ramzi Sad al Din, Madeline Dye, Misak
Warren, Angelita Thives, Casimir Holloway, Suanne Houston, Laila Noble,
Seibei Bakr, Aimee Kouirkhatoun, Muhab Madihah, Sunita Holtz, Gaven Ovagim,
Eng Rathbourne, Dalys Hamzah, Milly Callires, Carlien Ghufran, Cherrell
Lawford, Kenichi Hatfield, Yale Peddicord, Ibadah Malocca, Alfina Arnak,
Ritva Itab, Raul Anderson, Takoug Fraley, Euan Mear, Carmelo Bashir,
Abdul-Haqq Hawa, Linette Choat, Christin Nerseh, Baillie Gregg, Lie Spaddin,
Albertine Nation, Silke Salim, Eleonore So, Reena Forester, Murai Dowdy,
Piroska Knaple, Lian Linza, Dallas Barker, Kerry- Buinn, Michel Higgins,
Kirsti Ishkhan, Lily Nuhaid, Makkiyah McWilliam, Lau Hamasig, Rowan Cecil,
Kifah Vart, Capriel Abraham, Raelee Schweickert, Cherie Horkan, Naizen
Arpine, Lucia Wider, Miro Langford, Jorma Diratsou, Yves Ratheal, Ievziye
Jawad, Leonarda Arakel, Ioulia Raha, Jude Montgomry,
Ihtisham AbdulGhaffar, Reijo Tolliver, Zio Miyaz, Hadi Cresey, Wallace
Lazim, Motoichi Mher, Andra Keithly, Luzuiminda Sturm, Karin Rihs, Lindon
Muhjah, Tahirah Nada, Travis Ishaq, Haifa Hankin, Jocelyne Bartlett, Gaby
Shorder, Harry Hovag, Pailoun Anctil, Nan Abdul Abdel Abd al, Tsukiyama
Hoover, Keghouhi Tucket, Sussanne Pulliam, Lorne Samarah, Hasibah Lublubah,
Katsuhito Moon, Hin McKinzie, Jukka Byar, Baker Kirk, Yoriyoshi Pickett,
Albin Rust, Lana Turvanda, Hyo Nashita Energetic, Jillian Luna, Ryuichi
Viken, Jacinto Bushra, Nen Skitting, Rozelle Tahiyah, Melva Berj, Gai Seger,
Midori Landers, Lok Asriyah, Juliana Wajid, Leisl Hairabed, Rashad Maladh,
Tien Habib, Asil Garth, Jeanene Juhanah, Fiorenza Sage, Griffith Elijah,
Norrie Zafirah, Monty Vahe, Tomo Holeufer, Zorica Tate, Stamatia Bittgnald,
Liliana Rasha, Sum Carnig, Brigita Medcalf, Hau McBee, Jirina Bristow, Munis
Bryant, Sayoko Finder, Aban Hoighton, Glenise Pittman, Dante Masrur, Nashah
Nahidah, Marjan Easthal, Lora Wijdan, Kerrian Zaroug,
Ttooulis MacTammany, Jerome Fikri, Joycelyn Collins, Roderic Blallock,
Adolfo AbdulKhabir, Emile Tevos, Guido Scroglen, Baghdasar Sheets, Ozer
Maro, Yu-Hua Ibtihal, Dwayn Hakim, Bartholomew Kaiser, Gagig Cardwell, Yen
Carpenter, Maurizio McCarthur, Lincoln Dye, Yally Shiran, Kikaku Yeager,
Krystine Israel, Shinzo Shushan, Australia Martha, Gianni Langly, Phylliss
Babek, Debrah Ormensby, Abdul-Hasib Elgin, Chan Agata, Merryn Yezegiel,
Kiminobu Castle, Denbigh Allan, Thai Staggs, Lan Sabr, Rosemary-Anne Anbar,
Juhainah Hannah, Petar Zafirah, Jacinta Rhoden, Haig Zaher, Gladys Ramlah,
Don Mukhlisah, Gaetano Azab, Berniece Bashshar, Ayesha O'Callahan, Ian
Sittner, Leisha Curtis, Inez Altoun, Joshua Alim, Haris Hogge, Jean Speers,
Nigar Tregears, Fatin Varso, Miiko Easthal, Geroge Jumah, Wilbert Afif, Iva
Locker, Galbraith Kelsey, Hyrom Zellers, Cynon Mosley, Renate Dooly, Candace
Williamson, Evy Middleton, Catriona Fadil, Daniele Huriyah, Takehide Sief,
Clarence Parsegh, Jimmu Gutry, Lionel Marzuq, Huai O A,
Ann Boyd, Altoun Volf, Gennaro Nawal, Dep Lunah, Fleurette Akif, Yung-Yung
Amid, Nandor Whiteheart, Vincenzo Alima, Cornelis Usaimah, Alisa Gardner,
Barbera Overton, Rune Mutasim, Ari Clark, Gudrun Daliyah, Julieann Kahler,
Felicita Antill, Fumiki Hayyan, Virgilius AbdulLatif, Di-Anne Cato, Bipin
Broadie, Daphine Boyett, Toyonobu Callaghan, Lyndley Rathband, Stjepan
Thomsen, Augustus Dorris, Ferial Alya, Granville Bennedick, Noni Vartouhi,
Georg Munjid, Madge Moloy, Ning Idhar, Laure Weeks, Delveen Geer, Leo Aslam,
Bozo Steinson, Wafiqah Seivally, Basho Glendon, Sharon Yeager, Kazue McHafe,
Mike Katarine, Abdul-Muhsi Parten, Wilfrid Elizardo, Zorislav Bennett,
Buncho Tidmore, Yoshii Taqiyah, Gyokusho Surpo, Ka Kiddie, Floyd Budail,
Kawakib Sears, Fumi Beaker, Sciobhan Shayma, Marie Rafiah, Aswad Halim,
Margaretha Haydar, Eifion Goulizar, Levina Hala, Yusuf Blackadder, Tadiyuki
Heatly, Marie-Jeanne Ricko, Ahmed Shahid, Tiziana Dillingham, Ramih Addoms,
Heng Badrig, Akif Fullerton, Ghanim Muhib,
Delphene Darwish, P Dalton, Valloa Clem, Zuzanna Floyd, Kirstin Geary,
Celese Timmonds, Jonas Nobbergall, Tracey-Lea Gatewood, Rowena Zaroug,
Koichi Kaliq, Zahid Longmire, Kadar Salman, Hovsep Pettyjohn, Eris Muazzaz,
Zhou Doudou, Horsi Knaple, Bettye de Moss, Mel Reda, Soad Murshid, Tuula
High, Ioustana Perouz, Alojzy Murray, Laurelle Duha, Yodo Amyot dit
Villeneuve, Su-Ching Hale, Mako Pruit, Wahibah Rayyan, Teena Cullins,
Sharryn Hubab, Sura McCaddie, Risako Cash, Jun Sorrel, Abdul-Rafi Bordon,
Higashikuni Wahbiyah, Eriko Sakinah, Newton de Wolf, Kenko Dyett, Caitlin
Starland, Jeness Yeasley, Lynley Fhenmoor, Joao Shushanig, Kevan Hudhaifah,
Samman Lanier, Karenne VanDyke, Armayis Orr, Elisa Luban, Yu Agnes, Noah
Howerton, Bakin Ceallachain, Marya Torenison, Konoye Stahler, Malgorzata
Harmon, Hyobe Hranoush, Viki Ming, Gon Adel, Kazys Araxia, Nena Zeger,
Paulita Gunzel, Chiyeko Mumayyaz, Odile Northen, Vladislav Basil, Karapet
Bright, Tokutomi Baraah, Marianne Aharon, Rasmiyah Gregory,
Kumanosuke Menendez, Itsuko Kahl, Khanh Fikriyah, Fatimah Hafa, Stella
AbdulSalam, Mukhtar Bogsatarian, Hsiu-Yueh Steatham, Pio Zahir, Rossana
Alexander, Djuro Houch, Reshmi Maysarah, Zsuzsanna Meek, Hayyan Zabel,
Waverley Wacker, Muniamma Ephron, Angelena Adamkiewicz, Tho Kutaiba,
Samantha Hamas, Taheiji Whitten, Haralambos Willson, Rubadah Magar, Franz
Varak, Roelof Sadid, Mirian Street, Ninh Farmer, Shamiram Ishraq, Naonobu
Karel, Shadha Thawab, Brad Nordo, Fahimah O'hAnnagain, Ted Kristine,
Hunaidah Walback, Sasha Hoppe, Oleg Floyed, Royce Afnan, Elsbeth Saigle,
Mutazz Saba, Deana Crawford, Yuko Laws, Sylvia Salwa, Tsugiharu Penington,
Aerron Pearson, Thuan Ikram, Qatadah Dobbins, Abu Ayham, Abdul-Shahid
Mayfield, Sakamae Vestrach, Azeem Wafiq, Loreta Ismail, Royston Dhul Fiqar,
Sue-Anne Walker, Greer Wasby, Musnah Madden, Farouk Sahag, Reiko Qatadah,
Merrilyn Seer, Gunther Dyer, Azadouhi Adam, Motoshige Helton, Malamati
Yetvard, Akabi Yunck, Leeola Shawqi, Lindsay Ham, Susana Drew, Bryan Muizz,
Heikichi Jawdah, Robet Wahid, Efstathios Yasin, Kasib Rabab, Cuong Cockrell,
Nanako M�rk, Leila Meager, Ejner Winston, Un Bahnam, Lorrae Josten, Kha
Abbie, Tyyne Pendleton, Jih Rihs, Julee Siran, Ron Wilhite, Hester Sona,
Marice Gayan, Nerelle Simone, Cavan McCod, Turvand Chrystal, Ayako Tarlton,
Lyn Hrachia, Jimmy Talah, Chao Schiller, Shu-Yu Pullins, Sachiko Atkinson,
Pavle Rasil, Raja Borgmann, Nathaniel Nur, Hasan Morden, Yunosuke Rousel,
Erurin Jalilah, Christos Firyal, Elayne Tatos, Alison Vahakn, Veronique
Mundhir, Abdul-Tawwab AbdulMuhyi, Sabr Thawban, Azzam Whitehouse, Ruhi
Golihugh, Massimo Maizah, Majid McLellan, Chin-Lin Arfan, Maryann Bogan,
Joelle Schildt, Brett Varsenig, Rosetta Wittenbarger, Akhmat Lyon, Waqar
Heslam, Tarub Busr, Hamazasb Sulgars, Ignatius Taima, Zdzislaw Donley, Nahid
Sellers, Angig Osborn, Karekin Mairanoush, Sjaan Redding, Camilo Hamazasb,
Ingeburg Evan, Kumi Haddad, Gwennie McRee, Adelheid Alwel, Nikita Anisah,
Aidah Ellis, Sion Yugaper, Sadad Mobley, Mitsuko Mooriman,
Francisca Dicter, Marelle White, Elijah Shahen, U Barkley, Won Vitali, Janis
Sharrock, Vincent Numa, Inayah Anel, Jacquelyn Fleming, Eleftheria Suhair,
Ubaid Pleasant, Margarett McWatters, Viken Nailah, Ying Lama, Khacho
AbdulWadud, Litsa Ajib, Honor Sana, Natsume Adenot, Khulus Rabone, Yuri
Moyer, Avakim Berjouhi, Chrysoula Boman, Manushag Lassiter, Alister
Birdwell, Chong Reell, Qismah Stewart, Udayaraja Aris, Guglielmina Zaid,
Sofian Kolby, Knel Houmey, Musad Turnbull, Michale Melton, Fa Crowder,
Mackenzie Wade, Vartouhi McGuiggan, Trac Adams, Vvalentine Tagliaferro,
Antoine Rubfar, Valerio Mushirah, Ferne Wilman, Iona Davison, Dylys Varaz,
Rasmi Pak, Eilleen Streete, Rana Marwah, X Ismah, Boghos AbdulFattah, Leona
AbdulMalik, Cranston Underwood, Kelvin Uthal, Ainsley Chaffie, Muhib
Waldram, Suresh Yesayi, Gayl Free, Tahsin Rody, Abdul-Rahim Sawyer, Gabriele
Dzovig, Arden Creason, Isahak Dhakiy, Ceridwen Vasil, Mutsohito Bumgardner,
Tan Biddo, Waldemar Ancell, Joaquin Aslum, Averil Noreen,
Hwa-Shi Maynard, Balwinder Geuregh, Hawa Shahirah, Tze Priestley, Hing Ali,
Nahlah Izzah, Saadah Tracey, Hether Baldwin, Amjad Mardi, Hani Wilder,
Dennis Peoples, Pandelis Husn, Vasilios Cantara, Annakhatoun McNeil, Shigeru
Ranim, Kerree Mashal, Rosalee Khaninke, Rayhanah Bracknell, Asad Stockman,
Shoji Mkhitar, Eulalia Burg, Khoury Pepper, Kersam M'Lellan, Erzebet Fraque,
Benita Roycroft, Manishag Wad, Jovanka Martiros, Vesna Owen, Sonny Mobrey,
Uda Clary, Piotr Colifar, Ichiro Holland, Nhuc Laird, Shen Saltar, Noeline
Rasin, Prue Sana, Con Yarbrough, Paraska Ferran, Angelene Hayranton, Kristen
Rathbone, Samiyah Majd al Din, Valerian Douglas, Haranobu Carlton,
Stanislaus Butrus, Rebecca AbdulWahid, Shozo Sumners, Sergio Nazihah, Carel
Kamal, Rhett Holtz, Tjeerd Mayyasah, Rodney Corek, Sharni Mattix, Emilio
Benedict, Salvino Barbrey, Bartev Sad al Din, Sahir Emberton, Yuichi
Rafidah, Zvonko Shukriyah, Jhon Ishkhanag, Ut Murry, Shui Mead, Traci
Carney, Idris Chacy, Alana Harvey, Grant Keddey, Sei Riley,
Nevia Nasim, Peng Rawhiyah, Christa Fullerton, Okyoito Bahir, W Lawford,
Krisdosaser Yates, Toni-Maree Shipley, Marijke Adcocks, Ruwaidah Rahaf,
Kusumasiri Pond, Qiang AbdulGhani, Shauna Stack, Fotene Stephenson, Amsah
Verginne, Edwyn Grbo, Pam Kaseem, Malcolm McCormick, Michiyo Conway, Annis
Ris, Uuilliam Fragies, Basmah Nadia, Anil McAlester, Man Hanna, Shirley-Ann
Walkin, Nabih Shores, Railea Castells, Mokuami Anderson, Pertti Qatadah,
D'Arne Keiser, Vy Nasib, Sana Montgomry, Kerry Ruqayyah, Hariadi Trotter,
Ione Torkom, Reece Drye, Hoshiko Reid, Mirko Zaim, Randal Grover, Mao-Lin
Tawbah, Essington Awad, Tuong Soghomon, Creina Prura, Jan Onatal, Kita
Culpepper, Husna Darwan, Surjit McCaskill, Nuhaid Mackett, Ieva Soutok,
Elspeth Suraqah, Gabrielle Cosley, Yeow Heghine, Max de Wolfe, Linden
Mgrdich, Yang-I Starling, Kim-Anh Nadim, Ku Finch, Shirelle Cooley, Averill
Humam, Gien Bandar, Ire-Mei Vanlandingham, Badi al Zaman Waldrip, Romeo
Haig, Chantal Brozwell, Mervyn Huff, Kingo Mafors, Denice Townsen,
Thanh Tregare, Langley Harp, Juichi Samar, Terance Misemore, Inda Mann,
Jacklyn Ardemis, Prasad Thrasher, Nudar Gutry, Donella Franklin, Gaille
Thawban, Ani O'Quinn, Nghiep Niyaf, Marghub Leath, Hoi Shark, Eftyhia Sahir,
Farihah Sirin, Molly Gunther, Erno Hannad, Darrell Maston, Mito Hourig,
Cathrine Stewart, Malkhas Boghasoff, Kham Yezegiel, Ardashir Fawwaz,
Juhainah Alim, Alvina Tice, Abdul-Mughni Tracin, Renie Carnig, Aghaton
Mardiros, Asalah Mumin, Dzaghig Perkinson, Abdul-Zahir Deal, Lois Dad,
Shavarsh Garry, Jinge Raniyah, Tadayuki McRuley, Hue Khanke, Anna-Louise
Wolfe, Pearl Stockton, Mada Ehlers, Fatin Burgh, Fiddah Shafi, Yuriko MN,
Gordon Munisah, Al Rubfar, Corrine Hurkinson, Alka Markare, Bart Sabri,
Russel Moffit, Ariedo Pailoun, Gui Collier, Juliene AbdulBaqi, Fen Lamb,
Ishraq Seaker, Micheal Rasmi, Hisham Knarig, Gayanoush Yarid, Harley Kasib,
Hrand Layth, Penny Shoghig, Zhujun Jihan, Eisaku Court, Beven Ivebaden,
Chin-Chen Severe, Soetsu Wazir, Carlien Erwin, Iqbal Masarrah,
Kusumsiri Saggars, Haig Gerrie, Aelsie Truss, Nita Scaborough, Anan Bloom,
Toros Zuhrah, Sami Nabih, Mogens Nasir, Frederick Itab, Tson Bodinge, Chak
Hamad, Takiyah Donabed, Anissa Mujab, Jasson McClasland, Alberto Agata,
Gaetana Burcham, Janeece Papken, Elini Homer, Wajih Tahir, Mariana Glenn,
Corena Winter, Arturo Vaughn, Chi-Tsao Joyner, Takamuku Aghaton, Lesieli
Pendley, Shichirobei Habbab, Alvera Siranoush, Sabih Bolan, Fu-Lai Sossi,
Myrian Safa, Ewart McAttee, Lili Jumah, Mui-Ching Church, Khory Inam, Clarke
Hrachya, Klaas Hopper, Yueh Schilling, Mayyadah O'Callahan, Annabelle
Kulthum, Rudolf Luja, Johannah Fatin, Pieter Fenner, Campbell Goodman,
Rawdah Ardo, Wang Mahdi, Iu Schill, Adelina Williamson, Fawzah Boyd, Irvine
Markare, Mumin Heard, Sadid Saib, Elain Khalil al Allah, Ovagim Wayanan,
Annarita Tidwell, Cecille Horton, Sumi Hun__g, Larry Odum, Senichi Burhan,
Akio Mariane, Murad Malakah, Suzuko Jablonsky, Gennai Piroum, Ubaidah Alima,
Adan Saint, Garifalia Safiyyah, Asbed Yughig,
Khat Perreault, Kerrie Heflin, Yau Poad, Itaf Maybury, Allegonda Askanaz,
Rodolfo Jannah, Jefferey Badr al Din, Parshottam Davidson, Aludra Weable,
Bartoughimeos Regin, Rosaline Anton, Dianne Suhair, Peglar McMilan, Zeon
Geer, Deryck Cowen, Alexandros Noble, Wvan Najla, Iec-Fong Zepure, Teruyo
McCurim, Sadhu Lord, Swastika Bevell, Nevill Blankenship, Glyn Fortune,
Merlyn Hanster, Rinaldo Oliver, Klavdia Kerasim, Lisle Rabi, Minnah Medcalf,
Lawson Katarine, Ruey Chenault, Madihah Vrouir, Pietro Kendrick, Janifa
Abrar, Khachi Nijad, Goro Hampt, Luise Willis, Miya Laswell, Joyclyn
Franciscos, Zenios Reese, Ila Kaliq, Leung Arist, Isaia Rasha, Julienne
Moss, Jasim AbdulKhabir, Jerome Hala, Nola Stoker, Santino Zain, Wen Maali,
Murai Mushegh, Angeliki Kesbow, Lynella Taliaferro, Kathe Sager, Ljuba
Muslimah, Uwaisah Najibah, Truyen Jamal al Din, Hubab Harra, Jon Beasley,
Garth Simson, Heatherbell Ishkhan, Shushanig Armitage, Graig Nix, Tu-Su
Howkins, Nemzour Undorwood, Sybille Ratheal, Lucia Shadan,
Hutun Mahbubah, Kazumi Morgin, Hisako McMullen, Jung Callaway, Salamah
Carnes, Sherri Hare, Ayham Johnson, Hae-Geon Reilly, Deslee Nabhan, Emore
Raha, Mei-Lin Weldon, James Duha, Nevis Sorrel, Ryo Thawab, Merran Diradour,
Gaybrielle Sigarus, Miles Lovelace, Dolores Nartig, Brad Annakhatoun, Deana
MacDoogle, Sabah Masudah, Toini Hana, Bariah Gerrish, Jenepher Kawthar, Fran
Scales, Gustav Garo, O Zuhur, Giannino Montgomery, Malee Nasir al Din, Norie
Dobbins, Stelios Body, Linley Rihana, Susanne Donig, Bryn Meyers, Heino
McCloud, Joe Browning, Nadir Burd, Seitaro Gant, Abdul-Jabbar Hood, Goffredo
Powell, Darrin Muayyad, Qays Nashita Energetic, Mary Elgin, Lothar Zafirah,
Khamphouvanh Aharon, Tzu-Li Martin, Jillian Habib, Juliana Copeland, Rong
Bolen, Agatina AbdulMumin, Enzo Vagharsh, Gweneth Sharp, Dzeron Shrophsire,
Dhakiyah Adamkiewicz, Elene Fancher, Peggy Thomson, Margarette Price, Garnet
Varteres, Ying-Ming Cato, Mehmet McCrady, Livia Elston, Yayoi Simms, Kiri
Ackerman, Kuniyuki Kevork, Shou Surpun,
Azeema Maxey, Giovanna Lattimoor, Isei Lunah, Butrus Bean, Rosalynd
Callaghan, Hounan Grimes, Frans Mullins, Chris Hayyan, Desanka Anthony,
Thirza Steinson, Laure Sajidah, Julius Kristina, Tessa Muyassar, Iolanda Al
Harith, Jamal Rimmer, Hrant Adington, Glynn Rawiah, Dorville Muyassar, Gavin
Bakri, Beverely Dhakir, Zac Wadid, Anastasios Baysan, Dean Addess,
Anne-Maree Guess, Judy Anwar, Imran Homer, Jenelle Staggs, Nitsa Vestrach,
Hamas Vshdouhi, Milo Elgin, Gianni Kasib, Winny Ala al Din, Eamonn Cook,
Caesar Calluway, Desma Courts, Talibah Gaddis, Marcelina Silva, Carmelina
Winnett, Farideh Miltram, Cesira Farid, Dariusz Ijaz, Tango Skelley, Clodagh
Rupen, Jocelyne Hallmark, Llewelyn Miyaz, Hwei Oneal, Annice Bricker,
Aroutin Whitley, Gerda Nouf, Devin Majidah, Francesca Alhusain, Zainab Arif,
Narihira Wilhite, Vjekoslava Amjad, Cung Walladah, Alva Gilbreath, Bede
Parr, S Nadir, Arpad Cochran, Nereda Swagert, Rubina Hopkins, Melwyn Dooly,
Galbraith Idris, Voilet AbdulMusawwir, Dion Chatwin, Bojanka Brum,
Darwin Bruys, Trilby Ceallaghan, Lytton Roper, Suk Tregare, Aya Duff,
Fawziyyah Hripsime, Sajidah Fadil, Hertha Kammon, Maysam Tapp, Elana
Zellers, Helen Artoun, Daniele Frans, Dereck Gonzales, Leszek Barre, Britha
Stock, Yusra Shaun, Benedicto Goodwin, Shellie Angel, Keith McLendon, Rocco
AbdulAziz, Nuzhah Williamson, Winton Falk, Angel Bills, Caleb Totty, Yu
Uhud, Taqwa Ivie, Bryon Rizq, Haniah Resnur, Tham Christian, Jawharah
Mawaddah, Kenko Abbudin, Persape Rana, Bakri Harith, Marianne Ibrahim, Ekram
Hranoush, Lieu Hawazin, Zdravko Bogsatarian, Takao Hess, Marise Ritter,
Akemi Shuaib, Tokutomi Donley, Shunsuke Juman, Hideaki Christapor, Antarah
Gardiner, Hashim Mummar, Denyse Fahmi, Pantelis DeAman, Vasoula Coggatt,
Araxia Gary, Knud Glore, Charlene Trent, Josip Oaks, Trong Gilland, Rui
Aharon, Kornelia Khalid, Ahd Lunsford, Latif Shahid, Khachig Pleasant, Eslie
Muntaha, Zorka Gulizar, Marie Leeney, Bin Denzin, Meree Sad, Sophia Muti,
Ufak Holby, Isako Satig, Amber Newberg, Hansa Badr, Sherelle Ara,
Noleen Bapsel, Ivica Heatly, Vicken Ogosdinos, Parma Rathban, Moon Halim,
Takes Rudainah, Marie-Jeanne Ghadir, Ewhenija Laswell, Adli Bracknell,
Hiromi Wifaq, Erzebet Sana, Hannelore Kadeer, Charmayne Khalis, Antranig
Dhakirah, Barrie Jalilah, Maciej Ford, Jolanta Takou, Kien Imran, Siraj al
Din Lattimore, Kate Wade, Philippa Beane, Sajjad Hayranton, Netta Gross,
Hendricus Nuaim, Zhen Hilal, Masamune Tripp, Kristen Step, Manuela Haskins,
Ieshige Kristine, Vita Moman, Grayson Al Safi, Kelvene Arpenig, Hachemon
Jawahir, Illana Griffith, Mourad Magar, Hisa Uthal, Milfred Reiborn, Radovan
Nuwwarrah, Tor Bisar, Marilou Ararat, Sabirah Guinn, Kwang M�rck, Izo
Kayser, Kiley Ghusun, Hafizah Hanin, Su-Ching AbdulZahir, Muti Britt, Hwang
Stuart, Eliana Philips, Ruby Ansell, Donn Huggins, Rickey Mudar, Anna
Middleton, Ismail Aghan, Wieslaw Walters, Myria Fender, Annabel Adye, Lytyla
Spears, Katsumi Ryan, Lodovico Galbraith, Wurud Gilchrist, Tsu-Liang McCod,
Ikhlas Mooney, Josepha Watkins, Genady Fahimah,
Helena Cockerum, Turvand Jalilah, Natsu Khanele, Ubol AbdulMusawwir, Rime
Ballenger, Tadasu Walid, Luigi Hickerson, Taro Evans, Keitha Nazmi, Hon
Marzuq, Jy Gayan, Shamim Anmar, Shigenobu Vahakn, Della Crouch, Nhu Pfister,
Liza Yerenias, Marie-Therese Zahir, Veryl Blair, Machiko Atageg, Shozaburo
Barre, Vasuki Ramsay, Rossana Snoddy, Samatha Weibel, Dabir Ward, Hung
Antreas, Matthias Pepron, Nonie McMillan, Chrisa McWhorter, Gasbar Cox,
Bette-Anne Ulum, Manuel Masis, Julka Zanubiya, Chuc Street, Gulizar
Anoushavan, Murdoch Holt, Manjula Zarmair, Arous Addoms, Lennart Suhail,
Ljuben Hanks, Svetozar Dusard, Burnage Munir, Heng Kamal, Jonas Anig, Nazih
Arous, Sergei Raphael, Abdul-Nur Thara, Narda Necklen, Leonardus Mercer,
Elfa Woods, Usula Barnard, Lucian Kealy, Kieu Adcock, Ulla Pettyjohn,
Joananne Sager, Junichi Takou, Rosaria Wimbler, Hilary Tsoghig, Marinella
Hermine, Ngaio Spohn, Chad McDonald, Zabel Clinton, Baerbel Thompson,
Lynnette Kaloust, Jochen Tuba, Cherilyn Seer, Simon Ratliff, Karl Linah,
Ilse Walker, Shungyosai Ghalib, Guntis Parouyr, Aban Albertson, Niclas
Amani, Abia Dirayr, Rapig Verchalouis, Rayhan Miltram, Alvena Vervant,
Viliam Mushtaq, Rand Sariyah, Catherina Raja, Shahlah Donald, Andre Meager,
Raija Coutu, Ajit Bricker, Friedrich Wahid, Quenten Goode, Bettina Arub,
Shoghi Jister, Jun Glover, Vito Saleh, Stanislaw Nashwan, Uschi Shnorhig,
Puvaneswarydevi Fathiyah, Angelica AbdulMalik, Niranjalie Berg, Nuaim
Siggers, Asdghik Palmer, Mado Nazenig, Lajos Bumgardner, Arden Macinan,
Annette Childers, Constantin Rusk, Taghrid Valente, Venda Khalidah, Heidi
Liza, Sudha Littleton, Tovmajan Agaton, Sariyah Montgomery, Mohinder
Morrison, Fredrich Dodson, Margurite Wiles, Gosdantin Sumbat, Umeko Berkley,
Xiao Whitehouse, Ray Jihad, Alda Brozwell, Gailene Youssef, Janese Gara,
Elisabetta Taima, Waqar Powers, Mariano Meason, Zarmayr Nasiha, Yoshi
Lubanah, Mardig Adham, Loc Alhasan, Dee Shaban, Kiyonobu Ain, Whiua Uhud,
Shura Gainor, Tao Osborn, Niyaf Hannigan, Pepron Leard, Alvin Bogashoff,
Christina Rhoden, Raniyah Sugars, Unice Arshavir, Shamilah Azniv, Solveig
Norin, Raimo Lamprell, Shichirobei Hawa, Fritzi Wildes, Batul Abbott,
Ekaterine Eubanks, Aghan McKivins, Trisha Aicken, Warren Thomerson, Archie
Sadler, Vasily Nahid, Fida Gilispee, Antal Jumah, Munib Moor, Si Bennet,
Rafi Faiqah, Rayma Maysun, Xun Jamilah, Gabi AbdulKarim, Letticia AbdulNafi,
Cyrous Vicker, Kerren Walif, Vinod Shawq, Sheng Everet, Lilia Moyer, Maali
Mashhur, Soo Carder, Adnan Seager, Garrie Hamas, Avakim Crowder, Knel
Fakhir, Charmian Yeghia, Nada Burningham, Tatsuzo Blake, Wazuka Armistead,
Jolene Baylor, Aziza O'Garry, Ichiyo McCall, Stuart Dales, Philippe Angig,
Joyce Amin, Hisashi Antarah, Nida Jihan, Salim Truss, Hilda Berger, Ayyub
Mesrob, Imad al Din Wolford, Desley Potts, Patrica Ijlal, Veneta Durrah,
Azniv Mead, Konami Souren, Cherlyn Stephenson, Judith Ridwan, Tso Nihal,
Ryosei Daulton, Shunji Nerseh, Everdina Castells, Man Pickard, Makar Morris,
Ettore Gabriel, Alidz Carson, Oscar AbdulRazzaq,
Bobby McDonald, Merron Bell, Lauri Zaczkowski, Martti Tahani, Italia Tuba,
Andrea Keiser, Haru Ohlinger, Kiyohira Chancellor, Noriyuki Rushdi, Quentin
Shahirah, Coreen Alis, Paulene Ghiyath, Xiaoyan Mainors, Coline Akilah,
Tze-Hung Stanley, Maxwell Berrver, Yafiah Samawah, Stergos Fadl, Rene Adnan,
Shyrell Tarlton, Mitsuzuka Najid, Hawadah Artun, Margaret Munirah, Piers
Muddaththir, Mariya O'Roney, Monita Curtin, Audra Barika, Meta Fender,
Tarozaemon Peglar, Shakib Evan, Yung-Juing Rand, Nouhad AbdulAzim, Benedetta
Matheney, Matija Aslain, Kumiko Vitali, Marelle Samiyah, Andres Shakirah,
Vlado Naim, Saidah Miles, Senga Robinson, Nhi Nimr, Phan Rufaidah, Chu
Gardiner, Onorina Budail, Washichi Lewis, Melcon Anel, Toyoko Sim, Markku
Aitken, Samarah Rashad, Kyrle Presty, Jacquelyn Odum, Sherelyn Steen,
Frankie Stokes, Ayat Zarouhi, Eiichi Haroutiune, Parry Khulus, Manobu
Molyneux, Mile Corek, Yatsuhiro Aludra, Matt Davidson, Swarna Mashdots, Y
Spalding, Sharni Muti, Kris Fambrigla, Shikibu Colwell,
Janos Haytham, Morris Asketill, Phillis Rahman, Dayle Knapp, Abdul-Barr
Latifah, Celestine Brooks, Merline Holtz, Kiew Humayag, Liane Nasim, Teruo
Timmons, Lai-Chun Doudou, Rosario Saja, Te Miles, Pennie MacTause, Iyoko
Wazir, Placid Thescott, Nasmah Grunles, Audrie Baze, Chryssa Adenot,
Tashiaki Aitchison, Lilian Sinan, Shoko Schlaefli, Andros Cowan, Shawqi
Wolfe, Teresita AbdulShakur, Gordon Hinson, Dad Sieverts, Haris Syers,
Nadarajah Dhakiyah, Choo Timmond, Concettina Conner, Koto Wadha, Yuriko
Scroglen, Nashwa Reese, Anton Elroy, Sadakuno Ewell, Joycelin Lyons, Hovig
Raha, Fred Nuhaid, Chrissa Seaker, Ghaith Durst, Lynece Hana, Dale Harpur,
Bosa Yeghia, Luom Wystrah, Annelies Shakir, Assunta Haggood, I-Yi Dover,
Tracey Grigor, Dragisa Furdmon, Gayleen Uthman, Ashkhen Paumier, Nickolas
Nuzhah, Wilton Cline, Debbie Killum, Anni Rupen, Heghine Suraqah, Kazuma
Aylesworth, Bach Vehanoush, Aart Culpepper, Kathrine Paxton, Jada Louis,
Toby Dunyana, Kikaku Zekele, Yme Rodgers, Tessa Porter, Willis Doyle,
Roseann Duval, Jian Lawrence, Pentti Mccurry, Suong Swan, Po-Chi Zaki, Royal
Amiot dit Villeneuve, Dolly Shushan, Rhona Miqdad, Zygmund Merchant,
Dietrich Hanifah, Wendie Wakefield, Murry Epps, Imre Davenport, Thu Luay,
San Hana, Taisuke Wild, Nicolaas Tahsin, Sabaa Malkhas, Midori Salwa,
Romaine Safiy, Miroslawa Strenth, Zlatica Washington, Kameko Zaher, Yoritomo
Homer, Shams Ubab, Brendon Norton, Farihah Olinger, Tenya Asriyah, Frosini
Walkon, Satpal Heron, Ollie Gregor, Rozanne Robinson, Elvin Schild, Eftyhia
Cannon, Lesla Staples, Yung-Fu Elijah, Tabito Samihah, Tsuneko Perkinson,
Hewa Pendly, Tich Inas, Rafiq Tice, Adelaida Azab, Hanspeter Greig, Ahu
Ullaway, Nong Seivally, Azhar Boyer, Vishab Adamini, Shumayl Namir, Morena
Nizar, Fumihiko Jannah, Marie-Louise Nailah, Hortanan Hajes, Urs Lewis, Ya
Summers, Azar Storm, Alexei Anna, Gaven Burt, Jansje Rapig, Eloise Howard,
Zaim Tawfiq, Erich Muhsin, Abdul-Basir Givins, Yoshio Emess, Misak Maybury,
Loreen Kildow, Delsie Blankenship, Kojiro Rudisell,
Willie Hutch, Silvia Najla, Teck Looney, Radwa Moloy, Sunita Baysan, Ghazi
Combs, Nasrin AbdulBasir, Kristapor Laneur, Rhoderick Seares, Chut Knapper,
Nevill Asil, Toi Wadid, Yale Hago, Kaisa Humayag, Beven Rodenhouse, Isobel
Malik, Taisia Jihan, Rafael Carothers, Saionji Donabed, Eamon Yarah,
Abdul-Hasib Ming, Hripsig Herre, Drew Tadlock, Xenophone Bill, Yoriko
Samuel, Anya Bedros, Malda VanNorstran, Seishisai Silva, Tenshin Nimah,
Herman Qadriyah, Talah Eyler, Kevon Retheal, Vivienne Hill, Sheryle Jirair,
Linden Qasim, Mariyah Meager, Sozen Heghine, Royland Chambers, Layali
Vazken, Phuc Keithly, Rai Ziyad, Ishkhanag Nasri, Nampo Abidah, Terao
Shukri, Wie-Chou Lansford, Josep Dzaghig, Baldev Rea, Ignazio Jihad, Sujata
Hur, Pierino Burg, Jukka Kirtley, Isa AbdulHakim, Renata Tregare, Zohra
Gonzales, Dhirendra Cromwell, Wanita Ballard, Mua Mirijan, Andrew Kelsey,
Lyle Sulgars, Karoline Roper, Linton Muna, Hank Nadwah, Rawhah Cox,
Francisco Hannigan, Joffre Bassett, Gaille Shwen, Harvey Hovnan, Ramela
Dicter,
Gonnohyoe Nelson, Tsung-Wen Horton, Boon Rafi, Suzuko Raly, Loucia Samiyah,
Hessa Lunah, Kaye Mooriman, Hirokichi McLemore, Julie Byrom, Ellice Routen,
Shelley Hamy, Davina Varteni, Gwennyth Redding, Dep Muta, Emanuela Radwa,
Vassilios Wayanan, Beatriz Agatan, Hermina Davidson, Kazuyuki Ala al Din,
Geffrey Madearis, Nimat Thomasen, Moya Taim Allah, Nadir Turvanda, Armavis
Hranoush, Dinesh Mardo, Uzmum Mikael, Marianna Shrophsire, Tanya Naif Nail,
Bhopinder Mays, Lubanah Copeland, Adelaide Maston, Pantaleone Bashshar,
Sahar Baker, Ernst Saad, Hsiu-Ming Brooksbank, Lisle Bryant, Dulice Zakaria,
Tasia Hrand, Cecila Allum, Aleksandra Trent, Brigitta Saffanah, Siv Samihah,
Klavdia Harcrow, Sabina Martin, Hans Ricko, Diann Najm al Din, Erhard Rasha,
Mercy Whitiner, Eien Badr, Koula Laswell, Meenakshi Urwah, Juliet Sheets,
Canio Adam, Kanjiro Rafal, Allan Pittman, Atyaf Newberg, Adolfo Coward,
Tsuruki Kevork, Maiko Salisbury, Suzzanne Muhammad, Barend Ghevont, Hibat
Allah Cherry, Subhiyah Logsdon, Hiroko Amid,
Namar Adair, Elliot Trammel, Hideko Barry, Davorka Martiros, Hayyan Milan,
Derek Pfister, Paramjit Iba, Vasuki Daniyah, Areknazan Raffi, Kochiyo
Shmavon, Charmaine Stat, Rosalynn Knabben, Rudainah Brandon, Atif
Stooksburry, Shozaburo Moushegh, Evagelos Callahan, Lut Peters, Chih
Killiam, Marta Shams al Din, Berendina Ruggles, Bradford Wafiyah, Ju Najmah,
Vickii Paisly, Wadi Moman, Sundus Clift, Poh Conatser, Iesada Holman,
Nicholas Barsam, Muthanna Sanford, Bernarda Knappman, Ignadios Chadwith,
Kwan Wafiq, Cai Britt, Angie Hounan, Krystyne Rathburn, Shadha Mamun, Abu
Dranger, Harriet Carr, Steele Berkeley, Glenas Lee, Iva Majidah, Faris
Bengum, Roshini Ceallaghan, Kegham Gutry, Fujio Nesotor, Christopher Idris,
Hanai Kifah, Lytton Curphey, Daniele Vosgran, Brice Marie, Theona Najib,
Irving Amid, Au Byrom, Quyen Jun, Rawhiyah Tatos, Masrur Martin, Luluah
Redwine, Eojen Richerdson, Nikola Angelig, Woo Sarine, Barir Asim, Yasuko
Gonzales, Mairan Boyle, Keith Rasil, Zeljko Zahra, Adeline Alek,
Kayelene Martinetti, Garnett Callaghan, Najwa Snipe, Moreton Pole, Murtada
Uwaisah, Altoun Safun, Haytham Jalal al Din, Ursel Devlin, Emelia Basimah,
Takuro Wystrach, Areki Chankin, Terrance Horton, Zinah Hazim, Page Laney,
Rubaa Ulm, Erik Bardin, Horst Gosdant, Desanka Gowan, Luqman Hooper, Lorelei
Hamas, Bedros Tipps, Virgilius Splawn, Maroush Harbor, Nilda Prircell, Guido
Gatewood, Milan Knkoush, Abdul-Nasir AbdulWali, William Epper, Zuzanna
Berryman, Kar Tims, Yoshinaka Thana, Sukainah Takouhi, Bronislawa Rasul,
Ghufran Dani, Kulthum Settle, Miliko Park, Juwain Shukrah, Nemzour Raha,
Ayham Hamid, Margo Hisham, Eion Amani, Li-An Hanan, Yvette Blood, Tai-Li
Henderson, Tu-Su Rihelsmer, Hilaire Kelison, Musn Thompkins, Eligio Aims,
Henryka Baruir, Dariusz Gable, Hafiz Muizz, Demetrio Dhul Fiqar, Surpo
Daugherty, Van Cline, Agnes Freeman, Kiyo Gunn, Cesira Torlop, Jorma Norris,
Rana Winnett, Amin Villeneuve, Qutuz Gilbreath, Etsuko Haigaser, Kaseem
Manus, Cheryle Pichard, Erna Muhsinah, Bedia Dzovo,
Keghouhi Huffries, Bevyn de Wulf, Melissa Rushd, Soichiro Musaid, Tyson
Nushig, Irena Rime, Alvaro Nash, Hamilton Ayser, Sheelah Amjad, Nobuharu
Bahnaim, Istvan Hawood, Vita Wilman, Makoto Bennett, Kuo-Shun Gagik, Vicky
Pattison, Kagetoki Kardal, Kazuki Denney, Samba Busby, Amina Atif, Melhem
Thuraiya, Oanh Misbah, Cin Muhyi al Din, Ishag Haniyyah, Blaz Barr,
Marguerita Esterling, Kaliopi Killiam, Clint Southniell, Sudesh Sawyer,
Kevan Funderbrock, Jamie Najwa, Stefan McCasland, Noriko Hatton, Oswald
Safiy al Din, Izabella Kazim, Franca Wasil, Laurine Thorton, Marya Kayser,
Apollonia Huff, Winton Backer, Widad Ray, Kiyonaga Mairan, Hermine Maisah,
Jacki Hess, Zareh Parnag, Paulita Rooney, Moyia Harith, Vahrig Sabriyah,
Marise Hafizah, Fausto Lecor, V Heslam, Darryl Yazid, Bal Sayyid, Co Artin,
Cherylyn Mad, Arsham Faiqah, Bek Judi, Ekaterina Couture, Bharat James,
Chitose Sharide, Solomon Perkins, Carmella Eubank, Iria May, Sione Mainors,
Hana Glenn, Afzal Turbo, Nobukazu Schryver, Arij Bogashoff,
Vaghinag Abbot, Elza Hinshaw, Andrina Hickman, Miho Abbott, Salimah
Pinkerton, Charis Hammon, Tharwah Elias, Annabell Mulhim, Raylene McCondlin,
Alejandro Alis, Galina Burgess, Janie Peglar, Elke Hopper, Wasim Mosher,
Marieann Muddaththir, Corrado Taqiy, Asha Rasin, Chomei Zanazan, Takejiro
Alexander, Letitia Perkins, Shigeru Hafiz, Amanda Fanan, Safiy Bolton, Isar
Hunter, Nabil Vahan, Athir Snowday, Lillias Dry, Munoto Clay, Kien
Wystrachowska, Clelia Ishag, Shinichi Shnorhig, Aurea Schweickert, Muhjah
O'Garey, Anne Lamis, Ruri Maab, Jolanta Boyette, Piret Flemming, Gharam
Adair, Kisag Roycroft, Herbert Courdurier, Patra Dirayr, Guntis Reda,
Martino Parker, Palmira Mahdiyah, Llona Anush, Dzung Jeens, Lucian
Chivaller, Kenshin Qatadah, Hsien-Jui Muadh.
Marcus Vervant, Andrea Shahirah, Vlada Nafi, Safa Mendes, Kenshin Rihab,
Hana Tracey, Ines Takvor, Rattan de Wulfe, Hoat Read, Min Yasir, Railea
Greersle, Malvin Tahani, Ernesto Asad, Marian Meager, Yeznik Bowin, Arthur
Bailey, Chisato Yusra, Takamori Abbot, Lesa Sariyah, Shiba Ris, Alvene
Cooper, Saadah Wilkerson, Taniko AbdulMuizz, Gjyltan Hanna, Arij Sharide,
Fakhir Statham, Gijsbertus Nvart, Jirair Diamond, Shahan Hanif, Christie
AbdulHalim, Nellis Carson, Tia Bridges, Xiaoyan Bogashoff, Jurobei
Brookings, Bernice Priestley, Irenee McKisseck, T Donald, Quentin Eliz,
Kamal Barir, Man James, Robin Stripling, Octavian Woodrough, Kateb Ardashes,
Mokuami Finley, Nanami Mansur, Ya-Ping Aza, Ejvind Stanley, Keiko Schryver,
Lorraine Echols, Addison Goode, Tze Sugar, Johara Morrow, Juleen Whatley,
Germaine Fellah, Afzal Coutu, Paulene Leakie, Gwendolin Rushdi, Ettore
Parsix, Pandelis Hovagim, Dimity Areki, Muizz Jenns, Lucky Husam, Hagop
Tunnel, Wallis Steward, Surpun Hayes, Soledad Herndon, Korechika Mooney,
Salah Pickard, Uuilliam Azkanoush, Satoru Judi, Spencer Gwinnup, Franceso
Mardi, Shirley-Ann Wail, Vagharshag Reynolds, Fiona Rabab, Parkouhi Rita,
Pertti M�rk, Camden Glenn, Mitchel Winter, Lidija Vaughan, Melitta Jourdan,
Jayshree Aghaton, Yew Pendley, Hing Ghiyath, Kwun Siranoush, Hsin Nadia,
Jenneke Lamprell, Amjad Tsolag, Ita Balsam, Nashater Shores, Rosemarie
Sirah, Maxwell Arsham, Frith Magill, Viljo Keiser, Devon Anan, Bharat
Ubaidah, Dane Geuregh, Toshie Haigazn, Luzviminoa Riskel, Steffen Mad, Atis
Izzah, Basmah Cameron, Goran Capriel, Zona Warqa, Gene Miers, Lyyli Hansel,
Nicos Day, Lap Benham, Del Pasha, Stergos Artun, Bon Tregeare, Tharwah
Sharp, Balwinder Nasira, Shanta Nudar, Katsumi Ehler, Ricki Isbell, Nahlah
Bishop, Abdul-Malik Speed, Mundhir Krikor, Enrica Dufie, Hani Osburn, Cay
MacCamish, Elza Walton, Ayala Burgess, Annakhatoun AbdulAhad, Bek Kaspar,
Vajira Ashley, Shyrell Villneff, Trinidad Samawah, Ihab Cheathum, Aleida
Hinshaw, Gretel Kemp, Selma Bynum, Ngoc Nibras, Petrina Rubaa,
Nushan Galloway, On Bilal, Warnakulasuriya Peoples, Martiros Alis, Toson
Cockrell, Mariya Aicken, Tsumemasa Setrak, Coreen Prentice, Jacob O B,
Kinnojo Crook, Hawa Curtin, Sukeyasu Marken, Najjar Luellen, I Smiley,
Elizabeth Siddiq, Ikram Umamah, Myriam Harpoon, Ewan Jabir, Dennis McCod,
Muhammed Barika, Cherylyn Tarlton, Clarissa Cellachain, Kjeld Talah, Yue
Ryder, Maysun Putman, Annabell Earlwins, Rudi Eller, Johanna Lockert, Piers
Nubar, Fayruz Thurmon, Kersam Akilah, Saada Baldwin, Duka Varsig, Zenob
Mulhim, Dirouhi Mitchal, Donna Husn, Wlodzimierz Watkins, Yii Garrish, Ela
Sulgars, Rawson Maysa, Xirong Jadwa, Elijah O, Leslie AbdulMuqaddim, Cvita
Veale, Keong Wajih, Vincent Shakirah, Shelia Evan, Liew Mosely, Luja Maruf,
Sondra Cantrell, Rosetta Anisah, Jun Hannay, Petney Zahirah, Jackie
Richards, Hamazasb Zeller, Glen Rana, Donato Muminah, Gailene Azhar, Bert
Basim, Yung-Juing Uday, Alys Baraah, Darryle Adey, Ankica Gregory, Bhupendra
Pierson, Sanh Kahle, Axele Coughey, Harumi Hafizah, Sally Jarrett,
Fuad Boisen, Mays Shumake, Mitsuko Penner, Marzuq Taima, Tamar Rim, Farhan
Id, U Cox, Elisabetta Atifah, Tadakuni Wilds, Zofia Brus, Tao Hobbs, Unto
Roper, Hokusai Moses, Toshikuni Dudek, Shakib Khulud, Akhmat Ledbetter,
Baligh Efroni, Sava Mustafa, Dhirajlal Roach, Paulo Dicter, Melvin Copelin,
Oenone Gonsales, Clarabelle Hadcock, Karekin Hawra, Boguslawa Bassett,
Mari-Anne Goodman, Kamla Ardo, Kumiko Mahdi, Asimah Schildt, Sharee Siraj al
Din, Masis Presty, Aidah Markare, Ardasg Keghanoush, Ourania MacCosh, Bonny
Elsdon, Michaela Wayanan, Lay Tidmore, Marylyn Horner, Aretha Hun__g, Won
Odum, Yumn Redding, Knut Mariane, Hideaki Malakah, Jacquelyn Jablonsky,
Robynn Piroum, Ike Alhena, Munemori Sahare, Riitta Safiyyah, Mark Yugaper,
Felice Perreault, Matija Hollifar, Davide Armenia, Barbara White, Colm
Lackey, Theodorus Dadour, Lolita Rains, Sjaan Jalal, Anthony Akim, Yasir
Buchanoster, Muazzaz Kennedy, Gwennie AbdulAzim, Hayud Thompson, Doreen
Star, Guang Wiam, Claudia Ghazig, Abdul-Muid McCown,
Cornelia Martineau, Nobuyoshi Dalal, Troung Adab, Yoshiiku Kerovpe, Katzumi
Kristapor, Brinko Schwyor, Janis Mumtaz, Teri-Ann Luluah, Renu Clancy,
Keisuke Lusk, Rahman Ashraf, Rukmani Alwel, Vartanoush Kamber, Eiichi
Treadaway, Ying-Chu Bradshaw, Yusuke Vahrig, Augustine Goriun, Mariel
Wyldes, Sherelyn Sygar, Tjeerd Rashad, Hope Rufaidah, Adonna Gregory,
Gioacchino Hutch, Salvino Britton, Naomi Summers, Hui Ohan, Humayag
Fambrigla, Nomi Pleasant, Merelyn Mossman, Gaidzig Wills, Lynden Castleford,
Manobu AbdulWadud, Tomokazu Mourad, Chu Patton, Ioanna More, Kelly Taqiyah,
Ayah Corek, Sophie Kiddy, Layth Latham, Hiroshige Sechrist, Edith Sad al
Din, Daliyah Shifa, Miyazaki Grimm, Erica Halim, Dany Manley, Mireille
Gulizar, Carolynne Steen, Khachoug Blacketer, Kerrianne Vrtanes, Yatsuhiro
Ridings, Itab Al Bara, Allanah Thescott, Abdul-Barr Timsinger, Reggie
Baghdasar, Verginne Madteos, Altaf Muhibb, Bartev Parsons, Abdul-Qadir
Daniel, Ljubinka Bayan, Parsegh Floyd, Bartolomeo Rapig, Lin Timmons,
Alexandrina Rahman, Wun Gaulshry, Idris Cryer, Teruo Kamal, Sade Fouad,
Swarna Weddle, Nevil Shamil, Rabiyah Khachig, Merline Ruwaidah, Rina Ratib,
Mile Spalding, Nice Emberton, Boyd Ibtisam, Nadia Janeczko, Tsai-Chi
AbdulBarr, Haigouhi Andy, Sunil Tawfiq, Loredana Hamasiye, Ghusun Edgmon,
Katherina Harvey, Hie Eppers, Joylene Zakariyya, Ramiz Afaf, Sharni Sion,
Akram Wafa, Guillermo O'Geiry, Delphine Miles, Qinming Shafiqah, Coralea
Green, Patrizia Ghawth, Xianghong Madearis, Tovma Dzovig, Ty Stahler,
Maurveen Berkley, Wid Samah, Leigh Resnur, Jeness Pearson, Krzysztof
Despain, Lamya Dobson, Tak Kuffman, Saqr Maynard, Iraj Sterling, Ermelinda
Wahab, Gerardo Zumurrud, Nelda Noyemzar, Franc Lubaid, Lorinda McNally, Nari
Fawziyyah, Konoye Tubbs, Cu de Wolf, Kwang Yasirah, Beau Shirley, Raifah
Rippie, Arno Fhenmoor, Sanchia Westbrook, Juraj Martin, Rafik Sumbat,
Jawahir VanDyke, Sarkis Silveira, Inam Elinger, Eitan Ararat, Altaf
Howerton, Bryon Nance, Eeva-Liisa Jinan, Apollonia Winfield, Yulin Harmon,
Athanasios Blud, Tsugumichi Hannay, Mukhtar Efron, May Yazid, Olwyn Abia,
Heinrich Seboun, Moyia Uhud, Faraj Northen, Yiannoula Meyers, Osvaldo Wren,
Chandulal Maisah, Zlta Kellium, Venita Adne, Cathy Pierez, Thalia Schilder,
Toshiko Undza, Nadirah Witt, Kiyomitsu Lunney, Petina Heslam, Sau Bushra,
Evon Fadilah, Taqiy Tahiyat, Donal Donley, Odile Seller, Lydie Orr, Fausto
Mairan, Whitney Broyles, Marianne Lowery, Laurine Ceallachain, Wan Rolsten,
Katreena Traeger, Khanh Drastamad, Khaldun Anbarin, Irma Eliot, Mike Yhsa,
Ouida Woodruffe, Corinna Moore, Oshin Dickie, Buncho White, Mary-Louise
Shahen, Katy Barkley, Cvijetin Vitale, Tadako Sharp, Kleopatra Nujud, Jenni
Ana, Suzette Mahbub, Hok AbdulAliyy, Andrejs Bolin, Pantelis Hafa, Juman
Mardo, Bakri Ghazig, Bisar Parten, Yueh-Yin Penn, Myrll Watts, Vernon
Baidzig, Vahrig AbdulHasib, Vladislav Couturieux, Yung-Juei Baker, Juliann
Mummar, Yasuhiko Shakirah, Rasmiyah Osan, Josip Jablonski, Asilah Asadel,
Takao Cantell, Flavio Askins, Fawzi Saffanah,
Araxi Nathifa, Abdul-Muhsi Fahd, Tomoaki Bottelo, Duncan Zafar, Stamatis
Sygar, Yoshii Anslyn, Sumalee Hamssay, Toyoharu Ragen, Hay Leeney, Teri
Dabney, Munjid Hutun, Tuba Kendrick, Abbas Cerna, Rui Mahrus, Danuta
Preslor, Oiive Coward, Marjory Castleford, Nhan Denzer, Charlene Elizardo,
Akim Dahab, Bao Abernathy, Mabelle Fluty, Johnathan Surpo, Ki Ilias, Shihad
O'Timmons, Kata Vinson, Pham Beaker, Sibyl Lunsford, Nerrie Griggs, Hellena
Nijad, Zenon Haydar, Julieanne McReynolds, Hannelore Mathis, Jeoffrey
Bracknell, Masun Briscoe, Santa Gilliam, Vartavar Hickerson, Gin Pepper,
Cyril Mahir, Edgardo Munirah, Marieann Trapman, Diamando AbdulMutaal, Kel
Jaye, Margaret Sabir, Jeannetta Rickels, Bertus Suha, Jin Maysarah, Zahidah
Netz, Safi Medaris, Rayhanah Casper, Pawel Scout, Honami Heateley, Natsuko
Alex, Khoury Robbins, Yuon Jaegger, Atageg Cadedell, Christy Williford,
Borko Douglas, Hunter Farhad, Kirk Palmer, Glenwyn Kadeer, Suda Sumners,
Guerrino Burnett, Skubi Alinger, Kisag Tasnim, Musab Mazhar,
Michal Muhanna, F Zanazan, Maciej Lutfiyah, Vartig-Khatoun Ephron, Toyozo
Kerby, Mila Snowden, Anto Aliyah, Valerian Frisby, Svea Najah, Anne McCall,
Sharlane Harpour, Shozo Warnook, Nasri Simon, Jann Chanlewicz, Morgan Antle,
Philip Rafiq, Davy Rasin, Abdul-Aliyy Lamis, Cedo Broadrick, Merinda Holme,
Kiemon Lyon, Li Nashwan, Khayriyah McMiltin, Smith Dirough, Rosamond
Carlton, Izdihar Torcom, Pei-Hua Jinkinson, Pushpasen Wasif, Gazar Muzaffar,
Giovina Anoush, Lorelle Weese, Milfred Mymms, Bereneice Lanford, Yuka
Branham, Allison Self, Leeann Zumraukht, Illana Nuwwar, Bettie McCaddie,
Samba Murdock, Janyce Farizah, Haranobu Sprague, Saed AbdulQahhar, Michi
Khadijah, Georges McCarty, Wendy-Ann Magnus, Douglas Bisar, Broughton
Zakwan, Delwyn Israyel, Shadhiyah Khat, Tor Hudhaifah, Faizah Muhtadi,
Basilio Layan, Hur Chisolm, Sura Loudes, Olga Addison, Nawrah Adurman, Else
Nuri, Oam Draper, Deanna Najwa, Ibrahim Mills, Lindee Little, Yester
Iftikar, Ven Duha, Arshagouhi Rosdom, Shirai Rayya, Chep Misbah,
Roseanne Knappman, Tsampika Nibras, Ryo Darroll, Shumkichi McIntyre, Evelin
Cash, Seva Blasingame, Libarid Sultan, Zakwan Funderbrock, Tatiana Adara,
Mabuchi Seta, Mahbubah Fricke, Kichi Knabbe, Ichi Hajes, Katalin Ayat, Yazan
Basilah, Siegfried Zaki, Hatim Alan, Helmuth Russello, Dorelle Nicholas,
Eustace Haiganoush, Vudung Nawal, Elli Lewis, Kyuichi Boyer, Michaelangelo
Burly, Kanzaburo Sygars, Cecille Askanaz, Sara Dikranouhi, Anette Oderlap,
Foh Hutch, Hirotada Weable, Tateos Winter, Radha Darby, Maro Fancher, Erich
McMilan, Burne Athil, Connie Ghaliyah, Lewis Sanders, Chieu Mashdots, Jansje
Givins, Lenora Kamil, Hien Mores, Allegonda Mina, Horace Faridah, Huma
Mattock, Al Abbas Latham, Aludra Barbrey, Naomi Page, Ghazal Emess, Mattea
Anna, Peglar Mullen, Vickey Cheeks, Atanas Muse, Jonette Mikail, Angelita
Carothers, Giuliana Kouirkhatoun, Joanna Haslam, Ester Al Hakam, Fadiyah
Rimmer, Falina Aden, Ruzica Rawiah, Zhujun Musnah, Yeghishe Bakr, Lynette
Daud, Dokuohtei Yeager, Laila Baysan, Yela Addess,
Stasia Guess, Madeline Poole, Sumaira Raid, Tamiyo Crain, Seth Haniah,
Sayyidah Jonson, Rhoderick Bridewell, Rose Sipe, Abdul-Basir Phelps, Henri
Tharwah, Margreet Ruyah, Neile Iqbal, Casimir Jarir, Siranoush Badriyah,
Jasson Ming, Texas Erwin, Ria Prapion, Kenichi Hamzah, Reda Krier, Ryozo
Truss, Patrice Babcock, Nusrah Garbis, Narelle Gody, Nicola Nabih, Yukiyo
Ghanim, Erle Thomson, Kiyohisa Spaddin, Mafalda Gross, Alfio Harison,
Venetia Whitehead, Nihad Parkey, Katia Agata, Gregg Ikhlas, Aloysius Gannet,
Qiaoyun Marshall, Li-Chuan Tabassum, Kathrine Sima, Torbjorn Raja, Jan
Bandar, Bay Chambers, Reijiro Mahbubah, Tahani Yesayi, Nuhaid Panops,
Nazihah Roger, Sossi Rusk, Oceano Dzovinar, Yeow Vehanoush, Ihsan Dhakwan,
Yoshitsune Heare, Yhsa Bumgardner, Kim-Anh Samman, Bevlee Dial, Ho Itimad,
Shaneen Kunnery, Gifford Cousture, Sabriyah Stern, Nampo Rayburn, Rushd
Abbe, Gostig Siham, Makin Lut, Verda Gara, Ethne Fayha, Thanh Asberry,
Ovsanna de Wolfe, Tokichiro Jordan, Viktoria Shoemaker, Inda Presslie,
Umesh Finch, Aqilah Muhjah, Anders Mason, Karif Guiry, Sheryle Rami,
Ebenezer Shaddid, Quang Elking, Misao Davison?, Patty Huff, Damir Jennings,
Tovmas Johara, Katsuhiko Powers, Vasile Gadarine, Sekien Khuzama, Stephane
Hannigan, Fujiko McElro, Shusaku Yunus, Zako Roark, Hanin Seghpesdros,
Tamaria Saghome, Pierina Northern, Carol-Anne Hadcock, Mona Wright, Linton
Walls, Mervyn Kelsey, Baldev Kirtley, Yoshi Pierson, Holger Haroun, Song
Firdaws, Paola Boyd, Rika Jarrett, Barakah Samiyah, Quorkling Sterlin, Yuen
Khalil al Allah, Arfan Cole, Veronica Jadwa, Ming-Yu Matheney, Vo Hun__g,
Loma Atifah, Julianne Wakil, Lela Hamazasp, Rawhah Malakah, Timo Haddad,
Asma Gauthier, Jeanine Jumanah, Rosanjin Gharam, Sherman Davison, Umayr
Lillaird, Saras Sadiq, Geuregh Berrus, Sofian Isahak, Yu-Ying Hager, Nyet
Karl, Zuhal Imran, Fa Underwood, Kurt Story, Margie Helmson, Angelia
Higgenbotham, Vvalentine Adams, Sana Polk, Kerrod Dirouhi, Harbans Karida,
Anneke Hancell, Rebekah McCullough, Hoshiko Wasif, Garrick Riffe,
Rana Raghidah, Manus Dunya, Martha Koughes, Tuoc Hall, Cranston Taysir,
Jamieson Rayyan, Kit Zuvart, Husn Ara, Suresh Al Tayyib, Nuaim Cash, Ietsuna
Fathiyah, Elsje Borlain, Jabirah Imboden, Nai Salihah, Fannie Spear, Desla
Kardal, Mutsohito Clifton, Chika Ismah, Clinton Markham, Koki Howins, Yukako
Secker, Muruj O'hAnnain, Irea Layla, Azzam Bartgis, Romayne Brooke,
Gosdantin Green, France Morrison, Chin-Lin Hanai, Fadl Allah Johara, Lutz
Creason, Cuc Tovma, Blazenka Hatton, Lucille Switzer, Angiolina Pence, Yodo
Raidah, Isolina Bartev, Torajiro Meadows, Seiji Maynard, Teh Brennel,
Norinaga Brothers, Ngau Wright, Whiua Nunufar, Altair Alhasan, Xiao Gantt,
Dalita Bogan, Katrina Qutaybah, Yuma Walidah, Wifaq Yeraniag, Karol Lyon,
Iftikar Fath, Thuong Coble, Gem Bingham, Shane AbdulHakam, Panagiotis
Sumbat, Sakiko Schaffenberg, Marissa Jabalah, Ruhi Mairanoush, Lino Hur,
Noble Ghazi, Phyllis Burcham, Rose-Marie Kirby, Din Tahirah, Reitta Torres,
Zivorad Muawiyah, Hamal Cristopher, Walter Lubab,
Motoyuki Mihran, Andreas Kellett, Lyal Sugars, Karleen Robinson, Linette
Mukarram, Takiyah Nadidah, Trenton Iyad, Hamdiyah Hannah, Jodi Bascom,
Gaetana Short, Haruhiko Hovaness, Pepron Anderson, Goemon Neal, Mariana
Keizer, Kouirkhatoun Turbo, Suzann Putman, Lorrene Sameh, Hawazin Luja,
Katsunan Moor, Hiro McKivins, Julia Bynum, Sabih Campbell, Sheila Hammon,
Ammar Jamison, Gwendoline Reagan, Dennus Muslih, Elzbieta Rabiah, Maya
Watson, Echo Asad, Klaas Kutsheir, Valarie Mosley, Rosalia Ihtisham, Kane
Crookshire, Rudolf Briscoe, Honor Adnan, Eulalie Zakar, Hatice Smiley,
Kevork Mahjub, Petronella Sossi, Zora Juwairiyah, Eldred Jad Allah, Bill
Jenkins, Chong Sheaver, Lara Yusri, Carolinda Everet, Isabell Kegham, Slavco
Maloney, Nhung Graus, Hidetora Raghib, Noelle Scout, Atifah Edelman,
Concepcion Daise, Emiko Holme, Wrixon Jaeggi, Milada Jamilah, Tsuya Boman,
Charmian Handley, Umm Kalthum Firouz, Xue Munib, Jeannette Stewart, Alexa
Angig, karawan Burningham, Janne Rafig, Safiy al Din Houmey, Yusri Tarif,
Eral Muhanna, Milton Bogard, Suk Ash, Vasilia Walladah, Janette Yumnah,
Anona MacAskill, Hertha Locker, Shu-Yin Cochran, Omezo Wharton, Jayesh
AbdulHakim, Abdul-Wahid Hamilton, Piero Schmitt, Nan Simone, Abdullah
Makrouhi, Masumi Davison?, Meryl Ghazwan, Vere Abdul Abdel Abd al, Denis
Rork, Rocco Asif, Sonja Duff, Gilmore Tuton, Juwan Lee, Ersillia Misak, Quy
Mutasim, Matina Quinn, Glenas Diger, Zeljko Soghovme, Minh Gonzales, Lylia
Tatos, Yung-Yung Hayah, Kyoji Sab, Darwin Goodwin, Srey Adnitt, Bianca
Mahfuz, Shudun Hashim, Aya Williamson, Dorene Tammam, Fikri Naimah, Claudio
Samra, Gerritt MacLaws, Cornelis McGregor, Duro Weatherly, Truc Ackerman,
Dereck Horton, Kayelene Uwaisah, Toyonobu Ogle, Jan-Maree Oxford, Jitka
Azhar, Tatevos Sadad, Hao Higby, Elene Grimes, Glennys Russello, Burnice
Manning, Okakura Carlson, Aristidis Steinson, Djuraoj Libel, Augustus
Yerenias, Carina Zahid, Sherie Persnell, Bipin Askanaz, Horst Dotson, Kie
Badri, Giovanna McCaffity, Samihah Weibel, Naomichi Waqqas,
Saif al Din Antranig, Rabab Fakhri, Arien Warrell, Salvatrice Webber,
Julienne Maloy, Rachel Simeon, Ismah Raghid, Parnag Shipp, Hudad Edens,
Maddie Altoun, Ajib Holt, Bronislawa Zarmair, Edita Jana, Antonella Suhail,
Yui Haney, Jae Dusard, Truyen Munif, Sharmayne Kaliq, Makkiyah Wasim, Oksana
Zaim, Heatherbell Raha, Moromao Thana, Dhakwan Naylor, Yefim Melton, Nemzour
Woodridge, Ceinwen Barker, Zhongmin Kealy, Adua Adcock, Caryl Pettey, Kifah
Sager, Nazirah Fatimah, Gian Suraqah, Muzzammil Isbell, Arev Hastings,
Ikrimah Spohn, Masashi McDill, Emore Cline, Lorenzo Thompkins, Azad
Marriott, Tetsuya Tibah, Vamadeva Seeger, Aln Ratheal, Tse Linah, Wahid
Epps, Hsieh Brooking, Devin Panops, Malik Morrison, Domingo Sayer, Phuoc
Jud, Vjekoslava Hadeel, Pailoun Tovmajan, Kwi Vazken, Christiana Tables,
Kalman Saqr, Umporn Raifah, Sandor Doke, Lam Meager, Fanan Ishaq, Sheryn
Bricker, Reijo Wahid, Basilah Gooch, Oliva Siham, Paul Pichard, Surpo
McNeece, Gaby Nada, Zoran Gamble, Zohrab O'Rownoe, Maarit Perkinson,
Donna-Marie Bryant, Larae Sieverts, Yim Kitchum, Steve Shahan, Mahmoud
Tamam, Thuwaibah Oak, Tashiaki Yevgine, Shao Curtis, Sibal Afif, Ridley
Luker, Rosita Faizah, Abdul-Mughni Sinan, Hewa Surpig, Tsuyoshi Almas,
Yugoro McBeal, Kelli Markare, Buon Sheets, Jeannine Mutazz, Thi Manab, Rilda
Collier, Kerri Maloy, Safuh Badi al Zaman, Sadakuno Atwood, Pearl Rasmi,
Rakin Botella, Natsuo Nurah, Nikolaus Yeghia, Azize Lyons, Marlies Adamson,
Koi Timmins, Mairead Ruqayyah, Husein Saidah, Aiden Haneen, Glenyse
MacTamhais, Kaz Buford, Gui Terry, Ichizo Rapayel, Koriun Forester,
Hidetoshi Prigmore, Vittoria Lang, Cheri Taysir, Toby Sessions, Margita
Zinah, Rafidah Nuzhah, Kristin Pettey, Isis Murr, Kerry Cornelius, Feroze
Spurgeon, Stanislawa Isbell, Dympna Gagos, Hoshiko Shiner, Einar Saleh,
Katheryn Poat, Mutawalli Al Harith, Jozsef Ishfaq, Oriel Tipps, Sharon-Lee
Aslam, Murry Male First Name, Guiseppi Merchant, Ylvia Paterson, Elsa Hiyam,
Chen Baysan, Dyana Pagur, Vicki Reteos, Masami Splawn, Thirza Raif,
Bronwyne Najmah, Nathifa Culleton, Alasdair Mccurry, Pho Fudail, Wafiyah
Bevell, Falkiner Shamim, Ilias Cort, Dorville Ruyah, Eisen AbdulMuhaimin,
Thu Malkhas, Chin-Chu Barnett, Anastasios Wood, Carlos Shuruq, Stavroula
Sundus, Kvetoslava Jenne, Sarojini Newton, Aenid Carpenter, Maimun
Vanderford, Evert Salwa, Milo Wray, Elvin Faris, Lan Lowe, Midori Abal,
Karley Spann, Chan Atkin, Kazutoshi Sabr, Anja Rawls, Hamidah Parkey,
Albertus Davenport, Riaz Taggart, Jane-Frances Kirk, Osmond Kapriel, Walid
Staggs, Zarouhi Northam, Corina Staples, Lien Asriyah, Chiu Gill,
Jean-Claude Nerses, Lesla Sugero, Hirobumi Nawfal, Alvina Wheeler, Hsiu-Chu
Cotton, Tansho Couturier, Amro Berrvex, Ashwaq Ruwaid, Natale Sahir,
Cristian Vanashall, Kenbai Wadi, Vidan Shadha, Shaun Epps, Liana Morrell,
Kulus Makin, Soad Callicott, Rosaria Amani, Jalilah Hargrove, Penelope-Anne
Yaminah, Qian Rennard, Ghazo Monfredi, Gita Rahaf, Loreta Muazzaz, Milka
Awf, Berkeley Bahir, Yukiko Thabit, Alojzy Sighers, Leeola Zuha, Ilse
Graumann,
Bettye Pettyjohn, Hakem Hinds, Ratnam Sowell, Niclas Torlop, Faiz Tsoghig,
Michio Dyer, Mokichi Jawdah, Werna Abu al Khayr, Dragoslav Shores, Kam
Risinger, Lidia Chivaller, Shahlah Fragies, Toshiaki Seer, Farah Merrill,
Jikke Vaughan, Mihalj Simone, Han Eller, Knarig Ardashes, Myria Ingram,
Marco AbdulAdl, Dirough Judi, Les Talal, Dimitry Harpoon, Szymon Bogart, Cam
Mushtaq, Africa Khairi, Bhan Ardzvig, Rabah Azkanoush, Shannon Setrak,
Abdul-Wakil AbdulMuizz, Sadiyah Ubaidah, Deirdre Middleton, Eliza Wu, Vaino
Baxter, Duilio Kelson, Kinmochi Adye, Upendra Pinkerton, Johan Schiller,
Bridget Varsig, Roshni Witworth, Akihiko MacCamish, Wasil Hinsey, Thara
Cala, Harout Swigert, Lydie Quebedeaux, Ahd McLaughlin, Atsutane Donley,
Bisar Flora, Rasmiyah Basil, Nobuyori Janeway, Lublubah Strother, Egidia
Woods, Haruko Arden, Cvijetin Fitch, Bakri Gary, Leith Azeem, Lucine Star,
Uno Schwartz, Zdravko Gilland, Sharda Wynne, Katy McGeeHee, Rigmor Zakarig,
Najibah Shahid, Abdul-Muhyi Thompson, Munjid Freeman,
Marie-Jeanne Eliot, Hashim Leeney, Cecile AbdulTawwab, Emalyn Malak, Ayten
Zafar, Araxia Holby, Jirka Fluty, Valentin Radi, Sibyl Muflih, Trong
Katarine, Ikbal Mariam, Alen Vrtanes, Guan Altaf, Seng Adab, Yusuf Mulfield,
Barsam Dertadouhi, Chrystine Bonner, Marie Laswell, Allana Blackadder, Chor
Reeves, Rabiah Storling, Ufak Aristak, Samar Arous, Slavko Mosse, Krikor
House, Muslim Turpine, Michelangelo Mercer, Fadi Cryer, Madeleine
Wagonseller, Verchalouis McGuire, Tracey-Lea Adcock, Vyvyan Tawesson,
Antonetta Rude, Valma Musn, Durrah Gatewood, Anne-Lise Jamil, Mufid Moffit,
Shu-Hui Beaumont, Iraida Despain, Toini Gant, Imtiyaz Clift, Ibtisam Taim
Allah, Niu Thaqib, Gustav Mgo, Milos Shadiyah, Abdul-Shahid Malocco, Winsome
McKinley, Norie West, Cai Jilan, Atsumichi Sirvart, Tamadur Couch, Kamila
AbdulMumin, Hana Leath, Lubanah Banan, Gai Sahir, Seitaro Hix, Perouz
Gunzel, Bakr Schilder, Marianna Seger, Ekiken Cartwright, Lieselotte
Stiesetaugh, Zbigniew Locasse, Takao Yezekiel, Marisa Abal, Akeai Pickett,
Tokuma Berj, Sad Tracy, Hian Barclay, Anis Mardiros, Haroun Wildman, Denton
Perkinson, Pantaleone Husniyah, Vaso Dahab, Arax McPheeters, Klavdia Shahan,
Charleen Staples, Josif Rani, Tro Nasrin, Ruey Cusa, Korina McGee, Afya
Habib, Sen Black, Khachi Molineux, Esad Frazior, Zorica Cardwell, Oniji
AbdulNasir, Bilyana McCoray, Mercy Baze, Larelle Wylde, Marjorie Suhaimah,
Isaia Tamadur, Amarjit Kaiser, Hans O'Connor, Natsu Lafevers, Leta Tatos,
Mandi Umarah, Zafirah Overton, Luigi Alex, Shelton DeArman, Umamah Amid,
Rochelle Malone, Jy Firyal, Adib Taqiy, Hiroko Jaye, Erwin Hearne, Hanne
Sterling, Charmaine McGregor, Pavle Coleman, Jessica Nashah, Machiko Kevork,
Joji Uwaisah, Kiem Sherfey, Sinan Bushr, Katarzyna Lutfiyah, Phil Warner,
Siew Callaghan, Neta Raffi, Hen Mullins, Zhang Schweickert, Masami Anthony,
Krista Tyson, Manuel Sakinah, Amelita Sawsan, Visvapali Muyassar, Rubadah
McAddie, Kelven Burton, Habib Tipton, Ilinka Sirak, Mougouch Davies,
Hiroyasu Range, Miles Patterson, Radomir Gowan,
Makiko Clift, Erika Ammar, Tsampica Rosdom, Conrad Border, Aristos Avery,
Chih Yafiah, Tai Zaynah, Leokadia Magliocco, Sherilyn Rathbond, Hwan
Sismore, Eli Shams al Din, Frederik Thawab, Murvin Dzovag, Eveleen Isa,
Libby McCarty, Morven Bahijah, Keryn Sweet, Cicely Carstensen, Helmut Ayat,
Ayat Loffen, Viken Kennedy, Shuaib Able, Morag Mulfield, Fumie Dorrbey,
Mariella Wills, Humayag Mikeman, Urii Blacketer, Y Wingar, Azadeh Sim, Vu
Rafidah, Kawthar Hafer, Augustine Masud, Sahir Odum, Stan Bradshaw, Ubaid
Hessa, Rodney Nazihah, Yoshinori Madihah, Mirijan Al Hakam, Loredana Amir,
Delphine Whitman, Koiso Aludra, Willian Wafa, Silvestro Gaulshry, Lowell
Padings, Radiyah Muti, Ban Shipman, Ghassan Streets, Giuditta Persape,
Krisdosaser Doak, Torcom Hud, Chung-Ming AbdulMubdi, Nevil Chacy, Tohaku
Brooks, Yakumo Bridewell, Kaija Canady, Bevan Rathbourn, Ismet McMurtrey,
Tai-San Downey, Makar Amatullah, Saima Berger, E Verginne, Abdul-Hamid
Murtada, Hranoush Monroe, Dragutin Ijlal, Xenia Wells, Yoko Gerrey,
Anwen Attkinson, Malcolm Muadh, Seiryo Iyad, Tempe Gody, Herma Adrine, Taima
McKaran, Gaynor Aban, Rozalia Shihab, Mototsune Torres, Hilda Gabriel, Arist
Garabed, Ngairetta Loyd, Royelle Asiya, Latifah Heare, Phu Abbe, Jamieson
Rippie, Ishkhan Adwon, Gnanambikai Rayya, Dragica Nabilah, Gayle Bandar,
Bevis Dhakwan, Zahid Wahab, Anda Bisar, Deanne Addison, Annette Guinn, Jui
Arfan, Irfan Hook, Jenice Stallings, Noble Villeneufve, Hamim Yeraniag,
Milovan Elking, Gidayu Kazim, Witold Alhasan, Earnest Cookesy, Calliope
Cambel, Despo Cousture, Tarub Gainor, Marcelle Silveira, Francisca
Vagharshag, Joelle Walling, Gailene Busr, Harunobu Ceallachain, Purlanti
Artin, Gonkuro Qutaybah, Mariano O, Omar Khulud, Liew Wright, Donato Head,
Takashi Brus, Carol-Ann Naim, Hirohisa Fleming, Julianna Adara, Sadad
Alhena, Shelia Tatevos, Aqil Wiam, Gwennie Owings, Denzil Mobley, Emanuel
Anel, Vassiliki Maysa, Eddy Klis, Knut Anthony, Matija Box, Joslyn
Shellenberger, Bunela Yugaper, Rukmani Wyrick, Alena Martineau,
Aidah Jablonsky, Kuo-Shun Dinkins, Maisah Douglas, Tama Lanford, Siraj al
Din McCall, Isidoro Story, Esmie Wasif, Gi Adams, Netta Peprone, Franziska
Majd al Din, Luba McWhorter, Neale Gharam, Kristen Ulum, Daina Dry, L
Zaynah, Bereneice Simon, Grayson Gamal, Jamie Weese, Id Sharaf, Ryo Khat,
Mourad Sabaa, Gaye Rayyan, Clint McCasland, Dolour Waldram, Mako Iftikar,
Deanna Higston, Karenne AbdulBasit, Madona Archey, Qiu Newvine, Jeness
Aminah, Raoul VanDyke, Shadiyah Hatton, Eeva-Liisa Goiyers, Gibson Pressley,
Osan Rathburne, Noriko Rayya, Yang Cory, Despina Lansfert, Arno Tovma,
Soghovme Wahab, Kevan Beckham, Bernardine Ararat, Hilligje Talbey, Seka
Adnett, Gerardo Karapet, Gong Tregair, Myles Northen, Qudamah Yeraniag,
Cathy Mairan, Donal McElgin, Vasa McKinney, Marise Slate, Teodora Nayif,
Boguslaw Komitas, May Walidah, Venita Silveira, Ignatios Duqaq, Cushla
Hanna, Bobby Vicken, Lucretia Woodrough, Anil Sariyah, Arto Gunning, Italia
Donald, Toshie Glenn, Kateb Coutu, Johara Wortham, Noriyuki Wail,
Hana Nerseh, Mitchel Sirah, Amjad Mendes, Xiaoyan McNeil, Octavian
Wilkerson, Carmella Khawlah, Yun James, Uuilliam Yusriyah, Camden Bell,
Tanja Priestley, Lynn-Marie Rita, Gene Whatley, Shanta Hopper, Pandelis
Hammack, Salah Sharp, Mariya Sitnick, Elizabeth Cheathum, Lisa-Jane Day,
Nobukazu Luellen, Lorraine AbdulAhad, Mary-Ellen Akilah, Alejandro Prentice,
Malvin Elias, Sharaf Tyler, Hiromi Birdwell, Basil Mkhitar, Sawao Wulff,
Diamando Rabon, Pawel Artun, Meng Sona, Ogar Medaris, Kostas Tatoul, Kersam
Stockman, Julie-Anne Sabir, Marieann Nubar, Kanbe Aicken, Kuniaki Thomazin,
F Chanlewicz, Sharlane Bolton, Mrg Taqiy, Al Zahra Garrison, Armanoush Sana,
Owen AbdulWajid, Borko McGriffin, Michal Berrus, Leah Adair, Masaharu
Tasnim, Adiba Buthaynah, Sinnathamby Abdul Abdel Abd al, Isa Ansel, Herta
Schill, Duc-Tho O A, Evstolia Hripsime, Wanita Niyaf, Elwyn Locke, Langley
Brus, Mignon Byar, Karoline Thomason, Chantal Boghos, Saviour Gadarine, Ann
O'Quinn, Haniyyah Lyon, Aldyth Hur, Richmond Iman, Janet Adnitt,
Otojiro Cockerham, Errolyn McRee, Campbell Aziz, Cornelious Hafsah, Ligia
Scoggins, Chloris Mirijan, Jeanine Goodman, Lesly Khalil al Allah, Hirokichi
Moser, Alyson Muna, Hua Firdaws, Intisar McAtee, Arfan Ledbetter, Asma
Bassett, Nathalie Parton, Muneyaki Warlick, Vassilios Zafir, Claudine
AbdulAziz, Akio Flynn, Augusto Nicholas, Josuke Muhair, Annarita Cates,
Glennyce Mariane, Johnson Hollifer, Eustace Altair, Fonda Fouad, Megumi
Mullen, Bushr Caldwell, Benny Boon, Costa Bennedick, Tjeng Blaegrosse, Loy
Waqqas, Sorai Streatley, Arisa Delaney, Aludra Arousiag, Tomoko Athil,
Hanspeter Knabbe, Ithar Steinsbor, Ariel Frost, Latu Imtiyaz, Zahrah
Milburn, Alain Maali, Hidetoshi Basmah, Svetlana Lyons, Abdul-Badi Kole,
Umayyah Andrews, Muon Atwood, Garry Durst, Uldis Tayyib, Chikao Vart, Aart
Boysen, Yeeng Wystrah, Jette Lablab, Alma Rawdah, Makarim Dirouhi, Jelena
Grigor, Subhi AbdulQawi, Amber Bronson, Essington Wolf, Rosann Nuzhah, Yuki
Marwah, Rapayel Polk, Lucas Awad, Deslea Wilson, Kristin Asalah,
Xanh Yamha, Taim Allah Worters, Tetsui Abidin, Graziano Horkan, Falak Skamp,
Ihsan Terril, Gnanaramani Howkins, Movses Drehmer, Rita Ishaq, Clive Palmer,
Nickolas Chisum, Malachy Bumgardner, Naida Castel, Karim Childress, Bo
Sayer, Izumo Valenti, Tang Tucket, Rashida Asma, Sandie Bogard, Effie
Aghajan, Roseline Nadim, Ovsanna Morrison, Ebenezer Itimad, Yang-I Wiley,
Nella Guiry, Arnoldus Berrier, Kevork Luja, Wiktoria Husna, Aghan Zakar,
Stacia Suha, Collete Nibras, Sante Mosley, Vasily Safa, Semso Easons, Stevan
Mitchal, Fulvia Ehler, Si Burk, Zkon Abra, Hawazin Haddad, Varsenig Umaymah,
Pieter Badi, Caroline Miers, Montague Briscoe, Tadataka Pace, Vinod Dales,
Jeong Dearmon, Ashihei M'Lellan, Honor Maloney, Soo Spietz, Paraskeva Tarif,
Rikyu Wifaq, Dellwyn Heateley, Rachael Kahil, Aurelia Muron, Dawn Dhakirah,
Aidan Nashwan, Wazuka Forest, Hoshiko Corneelison, Tamafune Imran, Roswitha
Dabir, Stuart Waggoner, Graheme Warnook, Muhsinah Hetoun, Fa Rafig, Rebekah
Nuh, Merle Seager, Ned Durham,
Armenouhe Hamidah, Morihiro Harpur, Ton Yeghia, Zuhal Wystrachowska,
Stanislaw Shakir, Lillie Hager, Sumiteru Dover, Kageyasu Muhanna, Niranjalie
Davison, Risto Uthman, Eduardo Pattison, Jul Nuwwarrah, Crawford Clifton,
Nai Montgomery, Leeanne Ruben, Madonna Sumrah, Abdul-Qahhar Hainey,
Philomene Hudad, Yela Sigars, Abdul-Basit Kouirkhatoun, Utagawa Darby,
Merlyn Bridewell, Velia Zekele, Delsie Rodenhouse, Joanna Poole, Laila
Doyle, Munirah Duval, Janan Lawford, Erle Meuron, Qin Murtada, Masayuki
Presley, Giuliana Denton, Z Shoghig, Walter Gunther, Texas Riham, Avro Mear,
Sin Lamprell, Stelianos Worthington, Wakil Stripling, Joscelyn Eyler, Nello
Castle, Raul Shihab al Din, Dominique Tahir, Fakhri Nadidah, Claeton Carter,
Mollie Loyd, Ky McDougal, Drew Washburn, Trenton Zaczkowski, Liem Homer,
Katia Tuqa, Toshiharu Northington, Janeen Olinger, Jillaine Lusentak, Reitta
Walkon, Talah Herndon, Ekaterine Gregg, Glady Ahlam, Takoug Schallenberger,
Oda Sabirah, Yew-Kung Cristopher, Dina Leard, Atshushi Vicken,
Zaroug Yasir, Kimiko Bill, Bhasskur Arshavir, Alberto Donehoo, Khalil Pugh,
Nabilah McAlistor, Tson Hawa, Goemon Agata, Shunko Kelley, Poy Hinkle,
Shahjan Thomas, Melodie Toti, Mary-Jane Speed, Theodor Turbo, Pepron Mardig,
Tokiyo Yusriyah, Vilma Statham, Inese Fatin, Unice Maymunah, Arub Wheat,
Ihor Cockram, Khair al Din Tate, Shichirobei Bailey, Echo Sittner, Qui
Hairig, Mitchell Ardavan, Paulette Morton, Lawrance AbdulAhad, Vahakn
Tracey, Katsunan Talib, Maya Tsolag, Kentaro? Bogashoff, Leisa-Jane
Woodruff, Iman Khaldun, Kui Ramlah, Robun Azniv, Takamuku Glines, Pandora
AbdulMujib, Iride Putman, Arshavir Wildes, Germano Nuha, Dhana-Jacqulyn
Makkiyah, Francia Alim, Zarko Asad, Nasib Wilkes, Vladan Anan, Cuthbert
Warqa, Alvin Gilispee, Belinda Parsons, Saba Nahid, Arturo Coffin, Gwendolyn
Faiqah, Justin Keizer, Fioravante Ball, Judi Schultz, Mihoko Otten, Izz al
Din Shahlah, Kouirkhatoun Rabiah, Ammar Habbab, Mardi Hannad, Eftihia Al
Zahra, Lesieli Hadiyyah, Yung Berrvex, Ta Haygood, Tsunehiko Rhoden,
Agapitos Marquis, Tibor Dickerson, Rafi Izzah, Adel Kutsheir, Abdul-Waliy
Couture, Saleena Stewart, Baha Reagan, Otto Abbott, Mate Sirah, Nobuo Mad,
Chi-Tsao Garry, Drastamad Fida, Bernie Ashlock, Mami Densau, Julia Yevgine,
Klara Jumah, Spiro Priestly, Keiko Watson, Prem Mukhlisah, Solveig Massey,
Niels Gwinnup, Hiro Ramzi, Norman Sharide, Batul Ellington, Corey Day,
Enrique Isbell, Xiaoyu Jewett, Mina Juhainah, Tzi-Chen Bowles, Chester
Harrell, Yamha Ghazaros, Yasmine Muslih, Jennell Sugars, Alicia Areki,
Lubabah Byors, Jean Shabouh, Shafi Hughes, Afnan Ubayy, Erni Mulhim, Ronda
Gooden, Yueh Eubanks, Ogosdinos Mendez, Lorrene Morris, Dennus Bolan, Koren
Sadler, Wolf Jamison, Siong Mihran, Lucrezia Sahib, Raniyah Moor, Suzann
Sahaganoush, Sandro Cooter, Nur AbdulHamid, Raimo Larow, Ricky Asrar,
Shahnazar Rushdi, Hana Manushag, Mahmood Altoun, Myrie Robinson, Budiwati
Mainors, Diroun Campbell, Archie Stansbury, Logan Elihu, Janiece Sameh,
Cameron Perkins, Sheilah Pendley, Josephus Inas, Hogai Tice,
Shanti Aza, Gilberte Krisdosadour, Saffanah Vining, Nance Wajdi, Sabih
Aghaton, Haig Nver, Mansur McKivins, Verle McNeil, Mary-Jane Speed, Theodor
Turbo, Pepron Mardig, Tokiyo Yusriyah, Vilma Statham, Inese Fatin, Unice
Maymunah, Arub Wheat, Ihor Cockram, Khair al Din Tate, Nancye Gary, Anthony
Anthony, Maida Star, Keisuke Schwyor, Lottie Gillespie, Helma Wynne, U
McGeeHee, Gareth Zakarig, Julianna White, Gerrit Fikriyah, Hideaki
Couturieux, Alek Eliot, Gwenneth Saadah, Marylyn Partin, Pao Malak, Lolita
Armenia, Eddie Holby, Teri-Ann Colling, Charles Radi, Alinda Muhab, Bunela
Keghanoush, Sondra Mariane, Koryusai Mooriman, Sally Altaf, Yasirah Adab,
Jafar Alwel, Yasir Hamssay, Michael Markare, Rahman Owings, Colm Fahmi,
Fleming Radwa, Brinko Dalal, Artun Kleirs, Kata Hafer, Wilga Tamir, Suzi
Rashad, Veroljub Yugaper, Jeanette Akim, Aretha Ajib, Hirohisa Hadad, Sjaan
Fakhriyah, Ouis Bolin, Renu Hun__g, Anwar Safiyyah, Priscilla Skye, Yoshiiku
Juwain, Abu al Khayr Clancy, Vassilia Inayah, Mikhail Mallouf,
Vincent Horner, Lita Anisah, Joslyn Uday, Lay Ghazig, Nuwairah Luluah,
Theodorus Fawzi, Ahlam Flemin, Janis Jadwa, Felice Roussan, Gow Dadour,
Nobuyoshi Wiam, Genjo Mikeman, Mable Mustafa, Nikita Dean, Larissa Maysa,
Delfino Piroum, Leiza Lackey, Lusaper Trestrail, Ubab Shellenbarger, Barbara
Nathifa, Sharee Numa, Katzumi Khalifah, Riitta Jablonsky, Najiyah Blackburn,
Abdul-Muid Speller, Shelia Kristapor, Eoin Berryer, Hassan Overbey, Elijah
MacCash, Emanuel Ware, Yung-Juing Burks, Araxia AbdulAzim, Ben Kerovpe,
Matija Aslain, Sid Vitali, Troung Samirah, Ike Shakirah, Alena Hollifar,
Guang Kennedy, Senga Byrd, Nhat Train, Ingeburg Tatevos, Ounan Gardiner,
Onni Redden, Ming Perreault, Masis Anel, Mana Coggatt, Mark Ashraf, Tsung
Shahen, Corinne Presty, Jacquelyn Odum, Kira Zahirah, Hayud Dabney, Suman
Martineau, Nasib Lusk, Ibtessam Snell, Ellenor Siraj al Din, Inayah Umniyah,
Myrofora Harris, Excelsa Jal, Denzil McCown, Munemori Osan, Chi Taylor, Sion
Chaneles, Knut AbdulHayy, Yueh-Ying Sahare, Tim Rains,
Xirong Easton, Rui Ellis, Johnathon Loffen, Pik McLaughlin, Tadakuni
Tidmore, Quoi Alhena, Sabino Barkley, Dung Vartanoush, Robynn Mumtaz,
Dzovinar Mobley, Doral Hutun, Won Wayanan, Nancye Gary, Anthony Anthony,
Maida Star, Keisuke Schwyor, Lottie Gillespie, Helma Wynne, U McGeeHee,
Gareth Zakarig, Julianna White, Gerrit Fikriyah, Hideaki Couturieux, Carel
Kalila, Neryl Leo, Urii AbdulWadud, Vartanoush Beaker, Takiji Zafir, Lynden
Pareli, Kawthar Flynn, Kerrianne Kamber, Hui Gregory, Kantaro Aram, Ubaid
Ayah, Shoni Vrtanes, Fayyad Adami, Hayato Rathban, Djenko Mulfield, Eslyn
Dertadouhi, Violetta Nahlah, Eleftheria Latham, Kunisada Blacketer, Merelyn
Buchanan, Kaarina Storm, Carolynne Aristak, Salvino Arousiag, Ambrose Mosse,
Daliyah Kiddy, Ahmet Halah, Rayner Hessa, Ivo Zainab, Oili Bury, Shuaib
Sygar, Satenig Pleasant, Takvor Surpouhi, Davide Carey, Hmayag McBride,
Ashton Denzin, Dany Shelby, Adolphus Wyldes, Vrmilabenv Hrant, Akinari Sato,
Tae Schreffler, Rosalinda O'Conor, Stan Lama, Glennie Barbrey,
Mahabbah Boyer, Euphemia Goss, Ramend Able, Megan Halim, Naomi Jannah, Zoya
Cowen, Miyazaki Tigris, Tjeerd Hardy, Zenzele Summers, Sophie Bennitt, Lewin
Rafiah, Stipe Ashod, Bonny McWatters, Hans-Dieter Mattix, Jerry Bradshaw,
Mikail Britton, Sanzo Elsdon, Viken Hifford, Gioacchino Perryman, Da Mahrus,
Munsif Murjanah, Mariel Dunchan, Dianna AbdulNasser, Cecilia Jeter,
Margaret-Mary Sad al Din, Azadeh Ridings, Beth Suhair, Jiro Mayyasah,
Valentina Newton, Sahir Medearis, Rim Castleford, Pedrica Cheney, Hope
Hebruck, Nayoko Anton, Layth Robinson, Yusuke Nimr, Phan Rufaidah, Chu
Wills, Marina(e) Budail, Washichi Lenten, Chou Waqar, Toyohina Sim, Ugo
Aitken, Samarah Rashad, Kyriakoula Ata, Rade AbdulKhaliq, Sherelyn Cross,
Frankie Stokes, Ayah Karris, Eiichi Haroutiune, Parminder Khulus, Manobu
Molyneux, Fumie Corek, Yataro Gulizar, Matt Dalton, Liljana Martiros, Y
Bashirah, Kiam Muti, Claudia Fambrigla, Shiki Taqiyah, Augustine Haytham,
Mishael Badr al Din, Anna-Maria Uiche, Ata al Rahman Vinson,
Rodney Goriun, Gaidzig Ohan, Furat Naman, Khacho Russell, Budail Dorrbey,
Luka Ghadir, Abbudin Haigh, Bina Vahrig, Lousie Wingar, Andrzej Sakhr, Ying
Grimm, Isamu Dillingham, Tomoe Masud, Scope Imad al Din, Tasos Womble, Nomi
Usaim, Sirah Mourad, Mireille Shifa, Roslyne Shahid, Morag Thompson, Nuong
Freeman, Carel Kalila, Neryl Leo, Urii AbdulWadud, Vartanoush Beaker, Takiji
Zafir, Lynden Pareli, Kawthar Flynn, Kerrianne Kamber, Hui Gregory, Kantaro
Aram, Ubaid Ayah, Ramiz Sarah, Derwent Daniel, Nimal Lonlay, Loralie Zaven,
Marnie Afaf, Alana Bonner, Majella Diknis, Silvano Dutcher, Vicente Reeves,
Ruza McCurdy, Kazimir Ibtisam, Ghassan Zain, Idrice Kolin, Ferdinando
Houston, Hie Tyrrell, Parsegh Wavel, Punam Cryer, Haiganoush Emberton,
Emilio McGuire, Bronte Amir, Cleo Farhanah, Lennox Rude, Chee Madteos, Jakob
Gaulshry, Le-Anne Jamil, Henk Moloy, Alexandrina Manar, Hiroshige Dimah,
Ghusun Mangum, Abdul-Qadir Lane, Zaid Austin, Nadia Olive, Geofrey Edgar,
Masakado Yates, Minas More, Velda Canady,
Yiu Addoms, Bennie Spillman, Willian Ruwaidah, Muna Harvey, Bartolomeo
Munir, Utbah Patton, Sunil Bulb, Almas Isar, Juliette Raphael, Nice Khachig,
Rhett Prosier, Dwi Randall, Hudhaifah Givins, Cong Maroush, Murdock Al Bara,
Lauraine Floyd, Edith Blankenship, Tuan Treadaway, Ljubica Wafa, Kelly
VartigKhatoun, Tsai-Chi Looney, Jef Fakih, Jonathan Clem, Rina Bettes,
Zainab AbdulBarr, Elna Sion, Grant Samuel, Aran Sechrist, Oreste
Kouirkhatoun, Yoshinobu Hikmah, Dorris Fouad, Azumamaro Janeczko, Bartev
Calbera, Koiso Suhaim, Boyd Benedict, Allanah Gabi, Kirstine Parsons,
Rabiyah Kamal, Sultanah Deer, Guillermo Burris, Slawomir Alltimes,
Krisdosadour Thara, Mustafa Steen, Michelangelo Muhibb, Fae Zarouhi,
Madelene Madihah, Verginne Eppers, Tracey-Lee Kildow, Mildred Sohley, Antoni
Aludra, Valmae Fullerton, Svyetlana Najiyah, Anne-Liza Spalding, Sharni
Harvey, Kris Warren, Nazim Colwell, Janos Cheeke, Geza Arrington, Ioanna
Rahman, Dayle Ratib, Abdul-Barr Latifah, Celeste Nusaibah, Foca Holtz, Chien
Mabree,
Delphine Timsinger, Teruo Timmons, Cosimo Hanks, Joylene Saihah, Te Miles,
Ilde MacTause, Arinori Ankine, Placid Thescott, Nasira Geen, Jawad Conway,
Itab Taslim, Zvonko O'Geiry, Gysbert Nazihah, Wendee Chipman, Akil Mayberry,
Wun McMann, Arous(s)iag Whitman, Katherene Andy, Yuichi Hutch, Wadiah Wisam,
Burnard Padings, Hudun Plank, Thierry Bayan, Gary Weber, Sergio Holloman, Pa
Hainey, Sadayoshi Sear, Eric Sigar, Ramiz Sarah, Derwent Daniel, Nimal
Lonlay, Loralie Zaven, Marnie Afaf, Alana Bonner, Majella Diknis, Silvano
Dutcher, Vicente Reeves, Ayser Mesrob, Sarma Wolford, Desley Potts, Patra
Armenag, Melania Shoghig, Nyree McWilliam, Chung-Ming Mercer, Hrachya
Stephenson, Blair Wait, Margory Nahabed, Kaija Adcocks, Kristyna Tawesson,
Suan Hamim, Kerry-Lee Musnah, Raewyn Winbramer, Stanton de Moss, Norelle
Vartan, Hou Beaumont, Okyoito Streetly, Fotene Ishkhanag, Dalva Baghdasar,
Estella Noble, Yeh-Lung AbdulMubdi, Modesta Vanashall, Ut Wadi, Christa
Yeghishe, Aekyung Eroin, Arline Morrell, Joann Makin,
Ana-Maria Callires, Gianfranco Hamasiye, Jhinku Haneson, Erla AbdulWaliy,
Balsam Rennard, Evangelo Wystrassonka, Roxanne Rahaf, Yvonne-Elaine Mubin,
Torcom Aws, Lurleen Bahir, Dierdre Woods, Kusum Badra, Yakumo Zuha, Sotaro
Graumann, Lynete Pettyjohn, Sawsan Numan, Taina Corothers, Sei Ghazalah,
Ruwaidah Isler, Regan Bloom, Roland Shipley, Yeghiazar Pea, Hector Sumaiyah,
Marc Rawhiyah, Nardi Hud, Carlie Iqbal, Noyemzar Ashwaq, Asuncion Whited,
Luciana Brandenburg, Jenefer High, Casey Rodenhouse, Shinsaku Mor�n,
Junichiro Downey, Huy Kawakib, Sherrill Lawford, Glory Durban, Hai-Chou
Sutherland, Neeta Riley, Suhaim Denton, Chin Conway, Edwyn Mihyar, Viv
Gross, Maurice Haniah, Tohaku Barnard, Byron Godfrey, Raha Aram, W Layth,
Ismay Saggars, Abdul Wigham, Durriyah Bortie, Ip McCart, Muflih Haswell,
Shui Safi, Eirlys Sines, Randle Ferrell, Morris Doak, Phillis Karp, Leone
Knapp, Cristina Babcock, Kendall Brooks, Merline Hendrick, Kiew Humayag,
Liane Nasim, Labibah McMurtrey, Lai Doudou, Rosario Carney,
Jamilah Touma, Peng Jones, Iyoko Wazir, Ghevont Nabighah, Giuditta Grunles,
Doi Forgy, Fyriaz Necklen, Berkeley Langley, Nevia Brawley, Alon Severe,
Dardenella Keddey, Angelique Ovagim, Beulah Shamil, Samson Murry, Ausma
Takou, Harish Craig, Kareena AbdulQuddus, Frederica Lippert, Malakah St.
Julian, Miroslav Salman, Mahjub Persape, Sima Arshagouhi, Dirar Marsh,
Marijke Mayer, Elfreda Chacy, Lin Stout, Zhu Grbo, Tami Shukriyah, Ulrich
Rathbourn, Hisashi Pond, Tonia Jawna, Salim Truss, Aileen Darwish, Ayser
Mesrob, Sarma Wolford, Desley Potts, Patra Armenag, Melania Shoghig, Nyree
McWilliam, Chung-Ming Mercer, Hrachya Stephenson, Blair Wait, Risto Rayyan,
Mi-Li Spear, Nick England, Nazenig Iftikar, Nahoko Jean, Tsan AbdulFattah,
Hamesd Archey, Suresh Taysir, Loren Haskins, Tai-Chen Egleston, Kathlyn
Muzaffar, Hikaru Labib, Juana Arpig, Rasmi Afra, Sharyn Sisag, Al Tayyib
Wahbiyah, Gum Uthal, Delyse Mills, Elsie Yosst, Mau Marwah, Dylys
Killingsworth, Kit Atif, Masanobu Borlain, Jorg Arub, Bruce Varvare,
Jun Glover, Vito Magnus, Zarif Hopper, Wahidah Dunya, Puspa Fathiyah, Ilma
AbdulMalik, Niranjalie Bennett, Nuaim Siger, Asdghig Pak, Rae Nazenig,
Cranston Raghidah, Arden Macinan, Ya-Fang Childers, Constantia Rusk, Uldene
Valente, Vena Gagos, Zuhrah Liza, Leona Porier, Rhonnda McCaddie, Sime
Ismah, Georgette Jawharah, Husn Aslum, Emmeline Funderbrock, Poo Westrach,
Martha Reid, Gia Ara, Yukako Clifton, Michihiro McMiltin, Lubov Genn,
Yoshitomo Spruill, Kristene Avia, Lauren Melcon, Sneza Zuvart, Berenice
McDaniel, Grayson Loudes, Jamieson Mirah, Idris Bliss, Ryoichi Couduri�,
Moses Hardin, Gayl Onatal, Clint Jaun, Jubair Mahasin, Makoto Denney, Deanne
Zko, Buu Holmes, Madonna Trippett, Arkady Pruitt, Yu-Ying Salihah, Jaqueline
Gosdantin, Tuoc Moman, Sherman McIntyre, To Busby, Orma Call, Henrik Hall,
Mutsohito Imboden, Sambhu Rankin, Naosuke Muntasir, Paivi Nuwwarrah, Cheree
Warson, Nor Amro, Victor Kori, Ceridwen Sumrah, Thoki Sanlidge, Manus
Yakootah, Nawwar Nibras, Koken Pawson, Iona Morgin,
Kelvin Coning, Fannie Southniell, Sosa Howins, Dragan Diram, Hisae Sentell,
Eduardo Sadiq, Ferne Shudun, Wilson Anoush, Eriks Hamdi, Leeanne Markham,
Mirjana Amal, Kazuko Step, Chika Dwight, Severina Sayyidah, Antonio Faraj,
Izzah Al Tayyib, Allyn Thomason, Rohan Tirp, Jeffry Lanford, Pasquale
Maghakia, Amani Muhyi al Din, Besag Pattison, Abdul-Rahim Darroll, Llana
Peprone, Raffi Free, Battista Ruben, Desla Gharam, Alexis Rais, Wynston
George, Ietsuna Cullins, Tetsuhiko Kardal, Saeko Ghaith, Sy Welch, Hachigoro
Whitton, Rafiah Khat, Forbes Torcom, Risto Rayyan, Mi-Li Spear, Nick
England, Nazenig Iftikar, Nahoko Jean, Tsan AbdulFattah, Hamesd Archey,
Suresh Taysir, Loren Haskins, Tai-Chen Egleston, Sandeep Haslen, Oanh Evron,
Roselie Zarif, Eliane Rathburne, Muhib Rayya, Darin Cory, Nelia O'hAnnain,
Libuse Tovma, Marcella Wahab, Valrae Beckham, Lutz Ardak, Sherwood Ancell,
Ute Posey, Romayne Secker, Kaliopi Ghusun, Roydon Word, Alba Joplin, Ethleen
Hensmore, Harriette Sturling, Isahak Terrell,
Perla Thuraiya, Zina Draper, Eithne Maynard, Bevin AbdulRahman, Mado
Bahirah, Lajos Bumgardner, Carlyle Housig, Annetta Field, Kwee Hanai,
Tabassum Meadows, Aflio Khadijah, Heidi Asiya, Sudesh Littleton, Tovmajan
Keith, Sariyah Younck, Mohinder Adwon, Fredric Dobson, Marguerite Wiles,
Gosdant Merchant, Umeko Dhakiy, Moshe Huda, Averil Shoemaker, Vivien
Palasan, Teh Guinn, Athena Man, Shun Norman, Soy Najya, Tahsin Haniyyah,
Joaquin Mgrdich, Nariaki Hagopjan, Raghbir Biddo, Dilys Phy, Azzam Fox,
Christene Dzovig, Misako AbdulMuhsi, Ksenia de Wolf, Domenic Bartgis,
Torajiro Switzer, Leonora Siddiqah, Kari Ramela, Toju Nusrah, Izumi Ayman,
Babu Carrell, Raphael Layla, Shafiqah Vasil, Muwaffaq Navassart, Muruj
Rippie, Osig Rody, Norinaga Azad, Yang-Hsiu-Ching Tamara, Hadad Bandar, Yodo
Hankes, Sona Brothers, Keven Safuh, Adran Addison, Ainsley Aroutin, Kennedy
Mork, Maram Hudhaifah, Tran Creason, Giuseppi Brennel, Shiralee Abid, Phu
Yervand, Seiji Sjholm, Mavis Luqman, Wafiq Shushig, Lucille Johara,
Olganoff Isam, Lyn-Maree Loveless, Melhem Chissom, Anatoly Yaqub, Marilyn
Cash, Stefani Jirair, Wen-Fu Sawyer, Satendra Misbah, Kim Tucker, Majdy
Chaffie, Isolina Bogaard, Gabriele Zumurrud, Hwa-Shi Nadhir, Abdul-Ghani
Nasr, Rei Bartev, Yevgine Nabilah, Evelina Guinupp, Catena Lawson, Damien
Stratton, Takaaki Bisar, Cindi Green, Jiann-Shan Raidah, Lindel Toliver, Hsi
Kayser, Angiolina Winforey, Patsy Sterling, Lana Dyett, Fadl Allah Brooke,
Fajr Samir, Ng Sharaf, Gnanambikai Muhibbah, Merriel Sabaa, Yetvart Koehler,
Waldemar McCasland, Zahid Waldram, Bramwell Woodcocks, Yen-Yi Hill, Sabr
Tabassum, Blazenka Nance, Barirah Newvine, Tan Hasmig, Hafsah VanDyke,
Sandeep Haslen, Oanh Evron, Roselie Zarif, Eliane Rathburne, Muhib Rayya,
Darin Cory, Nelia O'hAnnain, Libuse Tovma, Marcella Wahab, Valrae Beckham,
Thang Hunaidah, Nahid DeWees, Widad Arfan, Abdul-Karim Mason, Ryushi
Tregair, Altair Thawab, Ho Yeraniag, Maryann Mairanoush, Nicolette McElro,
Cherryl McKinney, Armenag Cookesy, Beaufort Totty,
Maggie Komitas, Josefina Walidah, Chin-Lin Silveira, Sogna Resnur, Katrina
Maizah, Irea Waters, Sinisa Ceallachain, Halim Seghpesdros, Herminia Arnold,
Noble Sellers, Anmar Gasbar, Cok Agaton, Elwin Montgomery, Witold Morris,
Mieke Thorton, Tsuihar Shuaib, Chang Sumbat, Taqwa Berkley, Xiang-Jun
Whitehorne, Jayant Jibril, Alda Qubilah, Jawl Ardasg, Janese Gantt, Ruhi
AbdulHakam, Waliy Allah Bovall, Enid Villeneufve, Robert Nashwa, Yosai
Lubanah, Mardi Pence, Loan Aladdin, Dee Westbrook, Kiyonobu Ain, Whiua Uhud,
Shura Gainor, Lorine Orr, Niyaf Musad, Sui Christopher, Sakiko Busr, Nadiyah
Jennings, Qiu Anglin, Jenette Rute, Nerses Backer, Gwen Samar, Efe Nisrin,
Gidayu Fath, Brett Ghazi, Angelig Abidah, Ann-Marie Fawziyyah, Despo Axtell,
Arnold Harmon, Bryson Rayburn, Shane Lyon, Bernardita Davis, Hilma Ilham,
Seki Kirtley, Gerardus Cochrum, Raja Stallings, My-Lien Pulley, Qusay Yumn,
Dikran Shafiqah, Kardal Kazim, Vasantha Farthegn, Ermes Fadiyah, Teodoro
Allen, Katarine Cousture, Thuoc Jacison,
Venus Seymore, Ignatius Penn, Tyam Estep, Adara Mawaddah, Alton Madison,
Irfan Gerry, Shea Qutaybah, Duane Schaffenberg, Pranee Eagon, Miloslav
Cunningham, Panagiotis Heslam, Cuc Howetson, Seboun Itidal, Calliope Bogan,
Massimo Hambright, Ke Dzaghig, Lauris Mukhlis, Hanifah Starlin, Konrad
Agnes, Richard Burden, Szczepan McNeece, Oswald Hook, Inal Taj, Abraham
Mubarak, Gem Gilbeck, Denese Elinger, Fillipo Maloco, Yuma McLellan, Namiko
Bingham, Vikki Cambel, Coralee Huffman, Alfreda Mampre, Bal Rizq, Jurgen
Misemore, Apostolos Noyemzar, Grenville Coble, Jui Abbudin, Fay Kuffman,
Iftikar Amirah, France Ramadan, Hamim Hatton, Berjouhi Golihugh,
Abdul-Tawwab Presslie, Malik Lowrance, Earnest Buzbee, Leigh- Speake, Yu
Lansfert, Sushil Sadad, Tri O'Quin, Achilleos Parks, Thang Hunaidah, Nahid
DeWees, Widad Arfan, Abdul-Karim Mason, Ryushi Tregair, Altair Thawab, Ho
Yeraniag, Maryann Mairanoush, Nicolette McElro, Cherryl McKinney, Armenag
Cookesy, Beaufort Totty, Maggie Komitas, Josefina Walidah,
Chin-Lin Silveira, Tariq Duqaq, Sanh Bass, Pierce Saib, Shakib Evan, Ngau
Rana, Nouhad Nellsen, Zofia Math, Evonne Khulud, Kumi Hawra, Marella Vishab,
Andrena Yezik, Vlado Naim, Saidah Miles, Keong Rim, Hanh Dudek, Anka Meyers,
Rawson Denser, Hokusai Brozwell, Gaile Youssef, Rajendra Gregory, Elisabetta
Taima, Errold Powers, Mari-Anne Meason, Zarmayr Box, Arvind Ball, Chiyo
Adham, Takashi Adey, Leslie Sayyid, Shigeko Rooney, Alys Copelin, Sadad
William, Tao AbdulMuqaddim, Glen Hannay, Asimah Sharrock, Farhan Steeling,
Gillian Hobart, Karekin Dicter, Rena Harith, Christobel O, Nenad Carver,
Lysbeth Brikey, Moyra Boisen, Jutta Bruce, Bert Quebedeaux, Irmgard
Thomasin, Linnett Donley, Jackie Flora, Kamla Basil, Marwan Janeway, Joelle
Strouhel, Oenone Woods, Khalifah Arden, Mon Fite, Gonkuro Maruf, Yasuhiro
Azhar, Ela Cromwell, Catina Chase, Donald Efroni, Adelheid Gooding, Marissa
Sulgars, Jun Mosely, Boguslawa Frank, Maymunah Undza, Aglaia Jabalah, Paulo
Ledbetter, Shifa Walling, Eugenia Belmore,
Hyosti Hovnan, Dinh Guthrie, Mulham Kahl, Ludwig Id, Hairabed Turvey, Wanda
Stiles, Tamar Head, Lanette Hester, Clarabelle Zeller, Karn Pierez, Va
Beatrice, Sava Juman, Srba Hadcock, Francisca McClure, Shizue Wajih, Vanagan
Richards, Fatin or Fatinah Parounag, Prapion Sara, Petney Moses, Camilo
Gonsales, Mitsuko Wittenbarger, Liew Veale, Melvin Kabler, Axele Kelly,
Yiannoulla Penner, Akhmat Roper, Kym Saghome, Hsu Nadwah, Jennie Laner,
Rozlyn Vagharshag, Itsuko Baraah, Nataly Shumake, Rosetta Subhah, Maysie
Artin, Fu Schildt, Merville Kennedy, Dhirajlal Hripsig, Bhupendra Wren,
Danie Lock, Toshikuni Hamazasb, Lyell Roach, Stephan Mahdi, Attila Besag,
Budur Cantrell, Rawah Lasater, Heinz AbdulSamad, Lubna Wilds, Egidio Talby,
Harumi Adnett, Cvita Karapet, Baligh McRee, Darryle Northen, Olympia
Hafizah, Unto Atifah, Zdzislaw Minas, Kharyl Norayr, Carola Slate,
Jill-Maree Nazih, Tom Muminah, Rory Coughey, King McAlpin, Tariq Duqaq, Sanh
Bass, Pierce Saib, Shakib Evan, Ngau Rana, Nouhad Nellsen, Zofia Math,
Evonne Khulud, Kumi Hawra, Marella Vishab, Andrena Yezik, Vlado Naim, Saidah
Miles, Keong Rim, Hanh Dudek, Anka Meyers, Rawson Denser, Storm Marina,
Sadaharu Clary, Muhjah Zarmayr, Prue Knott, Rebecca Aliyah, Mgo Rafiq,
Guerrino Hamas, Lyndsay Wood, Morgan Pfister, Borislav Lomox, Zubaida
Burnett, Anne Snowden, Lilliana Atam, Iwao Rumailah, Britta O'Garey, Seppo
Owen, Jo Hibat Allah, Hidemichi Sumners, Sean Amid, Genowefa Ishag, Qadriyah
Tieson, Munir Taqiy, Nasri Vartiter, Atageg Keghouhi, Jamal McCrary,
Valerian McGriffin, Marietta Simon, Tatsukichi Tillman, Gadarine Khachadour,
Therese Wad, Vaughan Ship, Ichiro Butrus, Tsuruki Lutfiyah, Yushua Warner,
Hunter Callahan, Hazim Raffi, Sharlane Anderson, Dorina Schweickert, Piotr
Farhad, Mila Zanazan, Owen Mobrey, L Yermi, Palasan Templeton, Kaori Shakib,
Masae Shmavon, Kayleen Barry, Laslo von Linza, Ghaniyah Jalil, Kodua Nur,
Reta Angig, Svea Flemming, Ophelia AbdulBadi, Ikuko Polf, Varta-Khatoun
Tripp, Garrett Najah, Dellas Lamis, Feliks AbdulWahid,
Yuen-Yin Akil, Na Weaver, Vesna Adiba, Con Tasnim, Alevtina Frisby, Azima
Oglesby, Rosslyn Mundhir, Anto Cherry, Graham Basinah, Jovanka Jaegger, Ezra
Alexander, Hidayah Roycroft, Merinda Nichols, Fouad Sahar, Armanoush Nawrah,
Abdul-Muqtadir Fakhir, Mair Ferran, Dusica Zahir, Lea-Ann Fanan, Yoshimasa
Antle, Suminoto Hand, Toyozo Ramsay, Zahidah Leuough, Terri Daise, Musab
Ibadah, Umaymah Kerby, Abdul-Aliyy Chanlewicz, Ruri Spier, Adli Pride,
Okichi Widad, Marla Sana, Nhuan Kadeer, Charmayne Ephron, Anton Daniyah,
Barrie Adair, Maciej Collins, Joji Takou, Kiemon Imam, Skender Palmar, Kate
Wade, Philip Malikah, Siew Lynn, Netta Gear, Hendrick Nuaim, Nikolaj Saltar,
Al Zahra Durgan, Clayton Crow, Elliott Harpour, Willa Holme, Michal Isa,
Trudi Blair, Cedo Hagee, Suda Daniel, Woon-Hing Muhanna, Jann Snowday, Akos
Yarbrough, Isaf Buevindes, Jacquline Onnig, Rajab Holland, Umar Subhi, Emi
Mazhar, Rikki Garrison, Yinon Echols, Kisag MacLehose, Lizbeth Martins,
Davorka Berrus, Kirk Robnett, Wayde Houmey,
Shozo Lazar, Long Rasin, Narjis Milburn, Storm Marina, Sadaharu Clary,
Muhjah Zarmayr, Prue Knott, Rebecca Aliyah, Mgo Rafiq, Guerrino Hamas,
Lyndsay Wood, Morgan Pfister, Borislav Lomox, Zubaida Burnett, Anne Snowden,
Lilliana Atam, Iwao Rumailah, Kagehisa Lanford, Lutfi AbdulQahhar, Risa
Weible, Nyar-Kang Munsif, Jihad Adams, Mizuki Mariyah, Glenwyn McMillan,
Yaeko Mymms, Eila Gharam, Carroll Arij, Dmin Masis, Zuha Movses, Tun Kardal,
Izdihar Nashwan, Birgit Mirah, Maisah Corneelison, Adrianne Maxfield,
Pascale Bennett, Samiyah Barefoot, Esmie Sadid, Paige England, Dick Raghad,
Muawiyah Murdock, Luba Manuel, Gazar karawan, Vuong Hamdiyah, Shnorhig
Varak, Smilja Sayyidah, Chuen Muzaffar, Saed McCaddie, Ursula Rawah,
Sarah-Jane Douglas, Soriya Meek, Fook Davis, Shinichi Broadrick, Tatos Ward,
Dimah Gowers, Nartouhi Sulafah, Pei-Chen Amro, Burton McWhorter, Mirjam
Bordon, Li Avery, Mei Yafiah, Aune Zaynah, Yeats Salamah, Ai-Chen Rathbone,
Kuo-Shun Coning, Hoshi Whitton, Jeffrey AbdulMajid, Al Safi Hanan,
Isidora Self, Naora Spawn, Rosamond Higdon, Matti Dempsey, Franziska Hamdan,
Vicky AbdulBasit, Desirae Carlton, Bettie Branham, Daina Blaegrove, Tomoyuki
Boyette, Lumturije Poats, Stanislaus Tadlock, Asoka Dinkins, Badra Dirough,
Rafah Baha al Din, Hazell Ice, Khayriyah Story, Edris Wistrach, Haranobu
Antreas, Craig Farmer, Awad Majd al Din, Darcelle Athir, Hamaspure Cox,
Ukifune Caughy, Yuya Dry, Kerri-Lyn Glidnell, Carissa Street, Jessie Morgan,
Tjong Ford, Roelofina Farizah, Sharryn Corte, Siraj Lattimore, Samba Rayyan,
Berj Beane, Sajid Hayranton, Yuk Gross, Nonna Jarry, Zhao Hilal, Eva-Maria
Tripp, Kristen Step, Manuela Haskins, Ami Hellar, Vita W�strach, Rudainah
Peters, Kelvene Arpenig, Hachemon Jawahir, Angelene Grieg, Ramsay McCaislin,
Hiroyuki Uthal, Fumio Reiborn, Radovan Nuwwar, Elenita Peprone, Eriko
Montgomerie, Margherita Genn, Vramshibouh Willson, Aristotelis Ulum, Chih
Jinkinson, Tai Kayden, Leola Paulk, Sherley Gamal, Allison Shamiram, Rasil
Muruj, Tam Knabe, Giovannina Tomas, Aman Azizah,
Dani Sheridan, Ghislaine Shiyam, Hovagim Armavis, Piroum Sagal, Chrisandra
Karels, Neale Alzubra, Thoi Taymullah, Wynne Ligon, Jun Gosdantin, Bereneice
Riffe, Iole Kutaiba, Swineetha Ishraq, Pushpasen Calhoun, Kagehisa Lanford,
Lutfi AbdulQahhar, Risa Weible, Arshagouhi Hanis, Dolour Darroll, Wilma
Beckham, Naho Pakarad, Annett Kori, Madoka Todd, Kazuki Searson, Lorelle
Najwa, Heide Nibras, Shadhiyah Dyet, Gabriela Hoppe, Ju Bevis, Georges
Sorrel, Henrietta Khat, Yerchanig Draper, Guisseppe Ominges, Marta Lovelace,
Saghome Waldram, Ljuvica Bullock, Dylan Zenob, Tee Israyel, Ceri Archey,
Alexia Tyson, Broughton Sakinah, Suud Chaffie, Kokei Haslen, Fadl Kehady,
Wahibah Busby, Ibrahim Tirp, Wadid Sisag, Merrick Funderbrock, Nizar Range,
Clifton Patterson, Fernanda Yosst, Bradford Clift, Ardavan Addison, Karenne
Rosdom, Wendy Posey, Surendra Nordo, Ven Crawley, Janyce Cullins, Antonino
Magnus, Higashikuni Loudes, Sima Sjholm, Orlean Sharaf, Regis Thuraiya,
Darilyn Harbour, Polly Isa, Yodo McCarty,
Abdul-Rafi Nartouhi, Valmond Sweet, Michi Cash, Aino Sura, Lindee Ruggles,
Jordan Pruit, Laurel Duvall, Nawrah Edy, Tessie Little, Zakwan McIntyre,
Jamesina Thomason, Fan Afra, Glynnis Aslen, Nino Tamar, Gaye Muhtadi, Lynley
Miller, Nicholas Hubab, Lainie Warshopen, Deane Fournier, Leeane Amyot dit
Villeneuve, Blaz Sprague, Sura Sanlidge, Babette Gentry, Seva Woolsey,
Kathlene McCutsheon, Rhonda Yervand, Murshidah Weese, Abdul-Ghafur Terrell,
Muhannad Fowler, Emmanuele Diradour, Habbab Knappman, Catalina Pak, Else
Mahabbah, Avalon Annakhatoun, Zyta Higston, Basilio Childerhouse, Masamichi
Nuri, Shumkichi Misbah, Tram Hamesd, Ieshige Kristine, Alathea Moman,
Graydon Al Safi, Seiichi Zakwan, Newton Adurman, Illana Hale, Mourad Magar,
Olga O'hAnnain, Milfred Dhakiy, Libarid Broswell, Mako Bilqis, Marilou
Killiam, Tsampika Guest, Constance Sultan, Izidora Rais, Kikunojo Varvare,
Hafa Zumraukht, Su-Ching AbdulZahir, Muti Britt, Hwang Duha, Elia
Blasingame, Hur Howell, Mustafa Saba, Evelin Siger, Delwyn Jaul,
Morvine Chisolm, Chep Iftikar, Ciltvairis MacDoogle, Kisho Holmes, Yoshitoki
Saigle, Manar Newvine, Angioletta Gagik, Royden Layan, Joao Falih, Phong
Esterling, Faizah Yeasley, Ishag Rodney, Ryo Barsam, Douglas Wahbiyah,
Yesayi Merchant, Arshagouhi Hanis, Dolour Darroll, Wilma Beckham, Naho
Pakarad, Annett Kori, Madoka Todd, Kazuki Searson, Lorelle Najwa, Heide
Nibras, Shadhiyah Dyet, Milosav Henry, Roseanne Pearson, Mohammed Lubaid,
Norihide Mufidah, Caitlin Torenison, Nelda AbdulMuhsi, Ume Ivie, Brynley
Riyad, Tak Resnur, Lutgerdina Sibal, Jawahir Mawaddah, Kenko Myers, Hryhoryi
Meadows, Kaliope Carr, Eng-Tat Scales, Shirai Hatly, Deneice Agatan,
Harriett Ringer, Digby Nasir al Din, Ermelinda Rayya, Viki Wiles, Eisie
Baligh, Krzysztof Laws, Mele Wahab, Juraj Shirley, Carlton Davidson, Saki
Rahmah, Alta Arfan, Barika AbdulHafiz, Afaf Stahler, Raoul Sterling,
Isobelle Joplin, Oam Hagop, Samman Kateb, Osan McLell, Samuel Cookesy, Leif
Dzovig, Gosdan Courturi�, Arnis Mamas, Damiano Bahirah, Acacio Musab,
Vivianne Estep, Hillary Cobender, Sylvie Hanai, Romana Ayham, Soula Tubbs,
Giuseppa VanDyke, Lamya Gasbar, Ethel Navassart, Rafik Nadhir, Maurveen
Rathburne, Namika Dobson, Zilda Fawziyyah, Misa Guinup, Thuc Toumayan,
Zacharias Whitehorne, Sofija Safiy al Din, Leonie Green, Steen Despain,
Judyth Mamun, Halid Hudhafah, Jeness Winfield, Majd al Din Thawab, Sanchia
Mrg, Toumayan Shafiqah, Gibson Samir, Cu McKinney, Earle Westbrook,
Marguerita Jinan, Desmond Huff, Kazys AbdulRahman, Marcelino Barr, Jaya
Yaman, Bernardine Noyemzar, Jiang Fhenmoor, Utamaro Jenness, Riyad Gerrish,
Raidah Aminah, Patrizia Asimah, Hitoshi Vasag, Nari Zumurrud, Kamil
Pressley, Yula Morris, Percival Ashkhen, Christel Nabihah, Izabella Lanier,
Wai Berkley, Chinh Ray, Tor Starland, Twyena Ararat, Sabihah Araxia, Kwang
M�rck, Qinming Kayser, She Ghunwah or Ghunyah, Franc Hanin, Anjum Yasirah,
Eeva-Liisa Elinger, Panagiota Stuart, Malgorzata Philips, Frederika
Shushanig, Yang Calwell, Mashai Maynard, Libero de Wolf, Xianghong Sexton,
Keung Woodcock, Konoye Hounan, Sherryn Purlanti, Athanasia Madearis, Gerardo
Kuffman, Ina Khadijah, Altaf Bachelder, Robbyn Blud, Dickran Goiyers,
Filippa Montgomery, Cherry Ghawth, Aziz Ithar, Lucilla Corville, Coralea
Sumbat, Bevil Harmon, Lorinda Stowe, Anatoli Parks, Yen-Tseng Qismah, Iraj
Aroutin, Toivo McNally, Saskia Martin, Tamsin Bovall, No Brazier, Guy
Gifford, Milosav Henry, Roseanne Pearson, Mohammed Lubaid, Norihide Mufidah,
Caitlin Torenison, Nelda AbdulMuhsi, Ume Ivie, Brynley Riyad, Tak Resnur,
Qiang Peddicord, Chae Herr, My Arax, Loreto Wells, Millicent Krause, Jock
Bedros, Yukinaga Puffer, Hye Ismail, Leesa Adde, Iman Qadriyah, Joruri
McCormick, Hakim Aban, Jason Fatin or Fatinah, Nicodemo Stack, Saikaku Wajd,
Michiyo Garabed, Gerald McClasland, Werner Maloca, Dragoslav Buhjah, Bryanne
Zubair, Demitrios Kaloust, Tuy Khosrov, Malcolm Saunders, Syd Mujab, Beata
Lubab, Iba Choat, Taima Lovett, Olivia Antarah, Nibras Albertson, Elvera
Qatadah, Hilda Berger, Deborah Narjis, Imad al Din Miltram,
Lindy Lloyd, Zanazan Ijlal, Veneta Durar, Azniv Sahag, Konami Souren, Cherly
Muadh, Judith Ridwan, Tse-Shung Nihal, Ryosei Daulton, Shunichi McKaran,
Amjad Castells, Shae Boatwright, Maghakya Tahir, Abidah Gabriel, Alidz
Salma, Oscar Parker, Hourig McDonald, Merron Masahir, Laurey Itab, Martinus
AbdulGhafur, Antun Tuba, Winifred Raji, Wardah Ohlinger, Kiyohira Shadha,
Hercules Walkin, Jaap Yetvart, Ritsukonaito Galvez, Ifan Rogers, Mototsune
Amatullah, Rhys Hargrove, Marino Yaminah, Fat Dirar, Masatake Monfredi,
Aladdin Burber, Baie Biggerstaff, Clorine Andersen, Tetsuzan Attkinson, Lloy
Thabit, Simone Sighers, Annie Cummings, Wajid Adrine, Thornton Al Tufail,
Guo Jeens, Halah Spaddin, Kadeen Torres, Greg Tsoghig, Reteos Dyer,
Abdul-Hamid Jawdah, Constanza Abu al Khayr, Nisha Clinton, Treena Buson,
Yoke Clark, Kathyrn Courdurier, Brenda Seer, Janeane Merrill, Tempe Elara,
Reinhard Nemzar, Kazunori Ghalib, Nur al Din King, Rozalia Tomkins, Palmira
Arms, Nabighah Dirayr, Nalini Gibdon, Ngaire Murshid,
Yosuke Fariq, Enea Tackett, Kimi Skidmore, Lynn-Marie Gerrey, Albertina Ham,
Vanda Valiente, Muyassar Oran, Karla Wortham, Godefridus Hulyah, Alfiero
Ewing, Pou Maddin, Heikki Shihab, Fidel Potter, Phylis Makayel, Dzung Horsi,
Rayyan Lowless, Maeve Kaseem, Nahabed Washburn, Xenia Thompson, Dadour
Holter, Suellen Huddleston, Lambertus Northcut, Seiryo Ratliff, Vidya
Lusaper, Shauna Mahdiyah, Susane Hower, Gayna Papken, Sobana Ahd,
Abdul-Salam Russ, Gael Sabirah, Arist Verginne, Qiang Peddicord, Chae Herr,
My Arax, Loreto Wells, Millicent Krause, Jock Bedros, Yukinaga Puffer, Hye
Ismail, Leesa Adde, Pertti Browe, Rona Kellett, Devon Sirah, Ratnam Thom,
Zane Mansur, Fakhir Cotten, Vlad Khawlah, Mokuami Mardi, Alvene Jourdan,
Lucky Statham, Kamal Priestley, Lidija May, Shahrazad Mukarram, Toshie
Husam, Farhah Guynup, Jikke Bahnam, Frith Shannon, Hana Haigazn, Knarig
Adeson, Gjyltan Morrow, Marcus Jenns, Octavian Dry, Lesa Bowin, Dimity
Tsolag, Szymon Geuregh, Camden Woodrough, Afrodite Sugar, Bhanumatiben Raja,
Shirley-Ann Rihab, Khai Glenn, Rosemarie Lamprell, Safa Bridges, Badri
Stripling, Saadah Nerseh, Everard Eubank, Man Pickard, Chisato M�rk, Ettie
Wilkerson, Bernice Carson, Pareli AbdulRazzaq, Bobbie Migich, Vilis Bell,
Spencer Yunck, Una Tahani, Ita Cooper, Andrea Keiser, Hartmut Lard, Shiba
Chancellor, Noriyuki Rushdi, Quentin Shahirah, Yeznik Greersle, Pauleen
Ghiyath, Xiaoyan Schallenberger, Vagharshag Eliz, Tze Crisp, Maxwell
Berrver, Uuilliam Vervant, D'Arne Reynolds, Jenneke Pendleton, Kuen Diamond,
Linah Donald, Takamasa Norene, Shadi McAlester, Irenee Steward, Ernesto
Wail, Masarrah Abbot, Nellina Hinds, Franceso Lutfi, Dominico McNeil,
Nashater Fellah, Ciro Tunnel, Cushla de Wulfe, Kwong Yusra, Zivko Shores,
Randa Riskel, Arthur Finley, Sandra-Lee Fragies, Jurobei Massad, Railea
Takvor, Johara Vaughan, Shahan Balsam, Satoru Brookings, Ejvind Ardashes,
Amjad Nawaf, Surpun Nation, Efthalia Judi, Yew Winter, Yumin Hanna, Atis
Bogart, Maria Mushtaq, Sheik Khalaf, Tia Gunning, Hoat Azkanoush,
Addison Meager, Gijsbertus AbdulMuizz, Sakuro Ubaidah, Nanami Wilder, Hsin
Goode, Hagop Hovagim, Nobuhito Mendes, Melitta Asad, Donabed Nadia,
Luzviminoa Anan, Elina James, Tokimune Echols, Christie Safwan, Anil Nafi,
Catherine Rita, Arij Siran, Soledad AbdulHalim, Kateb Barir, Ajitkumar Asra,
Muizz Barton, Basinah Herlong, Misha Rabab, Talib Ris, Dana Hanif, Mimma
Cameron, Carmella Hadiyah, Jirair Leakie, Kenshin Hayes, Ya-Ping Yasir,
Taniko Sariyah, Wallis Arsham, Robin Izdihar, Avril Ayyub, Panayotta Coutu,
Steffen Hasnah, Pertti Browe, Rona Kellett, Devon Sirah, Ratnam Thom, Zane
Mansur, Fakhir Cotten, Vlad Khawlah, Mokuami Mardi, Alvene Jourdan, Lucky
Statham, Kamal Priestley, Lidija May, Shahrazad Mukarram, Toshie Husam,
Fiona Hammack, Ricki O B, Miho Jabir, Ngo Lubna, Boleslaw Day, Myriam Zadig,
Trinh Hogg, Dirouhi Tracey, Sukeyasu Prentice, Loella Sadiyah, Fayruz
Kulthum, Karryn Mitchal, Hether McGalpin, Josephina Burgess, Rabi Bynum,
Shanta Haddad, Abdul-Wali Huggins, Gretel Pullins, Del Mulham,
Elizabeth Nudar, Matabei Walton, Duka Ali, Kinnojo Kishola, Mary-Clare
Siddiq, Johann Ryder, Bridie Warqa, Juleen Nasira, Akihiro Parsix, Wasim
Mooney, Tharwah Cockrell, Preben Smiley, Ihab Hopper, Nicos Calouste, Najid
Schryver, Annakhatoun Lavandier, Kersam Cheathum, Coreen Alis, Agaton Burg,
Annabell Magill, Coline Akilah, Shukrah Stanley, Vasilios Dufie, Yafiah
Samawah, Leilani Fadl, Renay Adli, Shuzo Tarlton, Gene Thurmon, Hawa Kusing,
Elza Krikor, Piers Muddaththir, Marius O'Roney, Gerlad Curtin, Yu-Chin
Nvart, Meta Fender, Lorrain Pasha, Yoshie Thomazin, Korechika Qutuz, Lanny
Galloway, Siok Crook, Bek Jul, Goran Fatih, Jacob Watkins, Hani Whatley,
Rudi Kaspar, Martin Rubaa, Galina Ramiz, Clarissa Sitnick, Iyad Eller,
Mahesh Husn, Daryll Ingram, Budimir AbdulAhad, Lyyli Allman, Arata Talal,
Ayala Harpoon, Janice Earlwins, Tsumemasa Hansel, Mundhir Ehler, Maysun
Areki, On Ablah, Helene Setrak, Muhammed Umamah, Fath O'Callaghan, Yii
Miers, Ottilie Wu, Charis Makarim, Zona Kelson, Verka Aicken,
Cay Bogart, Themis Schiller, Malvin Varsig, Nahidah Gilispee, Kjeld
MacCamish, Ineke Hinshaw, Keiji Cantara, Ewald Fahimah, Taysir Talah, Donna
Baldwin, Hing Sharp, Eccio Osburn, Federico Manishag, Wieslawa Brush, Enrica
Luellen, Lavinia Cellachain, Warnakulasuriya Rose, Katsumi Tregeare, Cheryll
Elias, Selma Isgouhi, Anouk Peoples, Ikram Marken, Alia Inam, Zenob Abajik,
Jayshree Ansell, Turvanda Fraque, Afifah Villneff, Arshag Read, Abdul-Malik
Aghan, Lisa-Jane Chrystal, Nubar McKisseck, Balwinder Garrish, Dennis
Spears, Aleida Ashley, Wlodzimierz Naflah, I Yester, Teresa McCod, Saada
Lockert, Suzana Benham, Gwendolin Bird, Numa Cockram, Fiona Hammack, Ricki O
B, Miho Jabir, Ngo Lubna, Boleslaw Day, Myriam Zadig, Trinh Hogg, Dirouhi
Tracey, Sukeyasu Prentice, Loella Sadiyah, Fayruz Kulthum, Karryn Mitchal,
Hether McGalpin, Josephina Burgess, Elda Roas, Masun Armenuhi, Daniella
Sona, Natsuko Azzam, Leticia Hadkins, Mandie Brill, Vajira Sabih, Luigia
Adenet, Shen Arev, Urako Mims, Rock Hassan,
Jyothshna Courland, Rosie Bracknell, Hirokumi AbdulShahid, Erzebet Vram,
Hannelore Siene, Haroutiun Khalis, Pavlos Saten, Zelma Jalilah, Ehle
Ihtisham, Bertus Hunt, Chiara Scout, Kyproulla Walif, Cane Eloco, Ingrida
Hrachia, Kuniaki Rowney, Gwyneth Mashal, Adi Trammel, Hasmukh Casper,
Stergos Birdwell, Soukias Zahrah, Safi Mutawalli, Mitsuyo Najid, Franciszka
Artun, Margaret Munawwar, Firouz Graus, Uda Lasiter, Monique Stockman,
Audley Barika, Vinka Gooly, Taroemon Rafah, Asami McLeod, Shoji K�hler,
Sonny Williford, Shams al Din Stat, Jin Denzau, Naniwaza Borgmann, R Saif,
Diamando Shadin, Asad Maysarah, Chojiro Caddel, Minnie Khaninke, Kostas
McAttee, Dipak Vick, Tomiko Williman, Lenard Hickerson, Kanbe Suda, Tindara
Moss, Ivana Mosher, Jeannetta Gayane, Ralda Tyler, Salihah Hart, Edgar
Gilliam, Gert Yushua, Manishag Rabon, Noeline Ranim, Xuan Corbin, Derelle
Laird, Arianne Tatoul, Rita Umayr, Kerree Baxter, Benita Alex, Agostino
DeArman, Keizo Pinkerton, Lutfiyah Malone, Toson Furat, Gim Witworth,
Shigeru Jaye, Petrina Heateley, Sawako Sterling, Matrona Swigert, Er
Colifar, Louis Doors, Ogar Mathis, Lynda AbdulMutaal, Meagan Atiyah, Amalie
Reed, Marieann Hampartsoum, Sriani Everet, Alissa Hafiz, Sant McReynolds,
Khoa Junah, Khoury Anmar, Isa Leffel, Fukusaburu Kapovik, Hubert Wulff,
Corrado Morden, Raylene Dikes, Bunzo Whitehurst, Eula Medaris, Carolina
Bilal, Cyril Hayam, Tadasuke Shaw, Christy Nubar, Jeoffrey Griffin, Lilah
Mahir, Honami Netz, Andrina Bolton, Paramjit Haifa, Kamilah Martiros,
Bashshar Ghougas, Busr Paterson, Nerida Pepper, Glendon Fleming, Meng
Berjanoush, Vartavar AbdulJalil, Vojislav Curt, Yuon Ballenger, Julieanne
Stubblefield, Yasuo Sharifah, Rayhanah Ovsanna, Bich Nazmi, Athir Aswad,
Takeji Capps, Flora Atmond, Salme Vahakn, Nu Mkhitar, Rosalee Rickels, Elda
Roas, Masun Armenuhi, Daniella Sona, Natsuko Azzam, Leticia Hadkins, Mandie
Brill, Vajira Sabih, Luigia Adenet, Shen Arev, Urako Mims, Rock Hassan,
Jyothshna Courland, Rosie Bracknell, Hirokumi AbdulShahid, Erzebet Vram,
Hannelore Siene, Umesh Mampre, Marcello Seymore, Takafumi Musad, Bernd
Housig, Jawna Coble, Wijdan Madison, Hsiao Ayser, Ramlah Asberry, Enna
Vanlandingham, Ho Bogard, Denice Nazar, Karif Montgomery, Dimitri Reilly,
Pero Itimad, Viktoria Fayha, Keghetsig Sumpad, Ku Tovmajan, Chin-Te
Strebling, Juri Safuh, Tyler Qubilah, Sakuko DeWees, Kweilan McNeece,
Bashair Humam, Sheela Bowden, Rashida Thawban, Aqilah Gilbreath, Oceano
Shahd, Panayiotis Pendergrass, Ovsan McKinsey, Fredrick Muhjah, Leigh-Ann
Johara, Masuhiro AbdulMuhyi, Arnolds AbdulRashid, Xiaohua Ruhi, Acktar Penn,
Konstantinos Siham, Hilton Finch, Athina Nanny, Romeo Gianini, Incoronata
Carrell, Giuseppina Asiya, Roberta Hawkins, Ethna Abbe, Filomena Rippy, Max
Morrison, Badi Byar, Becky Bogan, Coralie Bandar, Thurza Berrier, Loris
Wahhab, Soh Starling, April Davison?, Adiba Ardemis, Tokichiro Arif, Hama
Keddie, Iftikhar Stallings, Makin Villeneufve, Gwendaline Jordan, Tovmas
Elking, Roseline Khair al Din, Cun Phy, Norio Cooley, Mari Cambel,
Nella Cousture, Kee de Wolfe, Brythonvin Simon, Jaye Woodcott, Luu
Estlinbann, Jiayu Rebecca, Kenneth Hanbal, Rushd Kunnery, Kalliope Tucker,
Patti Bahnaim, Qutaybah Gazar, Narihari Golihugh, Harris Nadim, Yumako
Ghazi, Erminio Dodson, Christiaan Cosley, Eitoku Guiry, Alfredo Harp,
Melinda Whitehouse, Nouf Parnell, Carmela Greene, Sabriyah Arsen, Alun Man,
Quang Mason, Afnan Winnett, Francene Breshers, Isoruko Mgrdich, Effey
Henson, Sati Mann, Malkanthi Lut, Seghpesdros Wetsel, Yang-I Townsen, Gostig
Huffries, Li-Chuan Jacison, Damion Bartgis, Kevin Retheal, Viviene Nunufar,
Sheryle Mawahib, Sze-Man Jennings, Gerbrand Meadows, Sozen Amjad, Amid
Schave, Layali Vasil, Diradour Aghajan, Rai Presslie, Chery Huff, Nampo
Azad, Lucinda Wiley, Misao Lansford, Bevis Lawson, Zahra Rayburn, Anders
Shoemaker, Leonore Ardak, Ire-Mei Raidah, Juichi Mork, Satish AbdulHakam,
Jenifer Habibah, Noboru Stern, Sandi Yumn, Milovan Haig, Gien Sturling, Moi
McLelland, Ebba Sima, Callum Dzovinar, Desrae Mayson, Umesh Mampre,
Marcello Seymore, Takafumi Musad, Bernd Housig, Jawna Coble, Wijdan Madison,
Hsiao Ayser, Ramlah Asberry, Enna Vanlandingham, Ho Bogard, Denice Nazar,
Karif Montgomery, Lochlan Loyd, Arnak Zeller, Aki Thomason, Bohdan Rima,
Shusake Sadad, Kingo Mukhtar, Rubena Lyon, Shimah Brozwell, Farid Talby,
Sinnappu Parounag, Faye Cockerham, Mumin Powers, Nigoghayos Northern,
E'Vonne Wittenbarger, Dertadouhi Chastain, Tamara Adham, Bretton Noubar,
Mignon Birchfield, Stephane Allin, Vaclav Ula, Jacklyn Walladah, Ann
Launder, Helan Ledbetter, Sho Christopher, Of Waters, Janet Abdul Abdel Abd
al, Abdul-Khaliq Gutry, Petra Rutherford, Myong Sellers, Zako Hripsime,
Mary-Ann Cuppy, Melvyn Fathi, Vasile Yeznig, Deena Roark, Jimmi Pierson,
Kyoden Bailey, Maysa Duff, Tara O'Quinn, Taslim McClure, Iu Stuart, Eugenio
Youssef, Nafisah Adnitt, Nghia Hoover, Fujiko Marwan, Duc-Tho Meason, Nenita
Yeranyag, Cole Venable, Abdul-Wahhab Efronny, Lang Alhasan, Ani Slaton,
Tsukasa Roper, Yuan Franklin, Saverio Gaitson, Kamlesh McAtee,
Raye Misemore, Thanh Walls, Richelle Buthaynah, Sekien Ceallachan, Elise
Arto, Ryuzaburo Qutaybah, Adam O, Elain Khuzama, Yoshi Wright, Nicoli
Hesleham, Ay Brus, Marita Thrasher, Kiyonori Spearman, Magobei Hambright,
Hua Gadarine, Verda Middleton, Glena AbdulSami, Katsuhiko Akabi, Greogory
Iman, Hyoun Gara, Kaspar Karekin, Hernan Taj, Mervyn Pulliam, Prasad Nasiha,
Lysle Mairanoush, Elwyn Kalloway, Toshinobu Farthegn, Clare Shaban, Anny
Nazim, Chantal Saghome, Susie Varsenig, Lavena Osborn, Shaneen Fadi, Aldo
Barakah, Naim Benge, Fawz Hobbs, Mona Seghpesdros, Waqqas Schildt, Darryll
Idris, Gemmei Samar, Catrina Hawra, Mardiros(s) Locke, Khatijah Hester, Yick
Abidah, Terance Shukri, Wie Boghos, Joselyn Dzaghig, Baldev Basim, Ignazio
Jihad, Sujata Hur, Pierina Burg, Rosette Kirtley, Isa Taima, Renae Tregare,
Zohra Mubin, Hamzah Cromwell, Wang Lublubah, Mu McElro, Wladimir Kelsey,
Lyla Fadiyah, Karoline Aini, Linton Koriun, Tasnim Nadwah, Tricia Jabalah,
Hanin Hannigan, Joern Maizah, Gaille Shwen,
Harvey Hovnan, Otojiro Anglin, Gonnohyoe Nelson, Marianthi Rami, Omer Eagon,
Ligia Niyaf, Donella Vishab, Lochlan Loyd, Arnak Zeller, Aki Thomason,
Bohdan Rima, Shusake Sadad, Kingo Mukhtar, Rubena Lyon, Shimah Brozwell,
Farid Talby, Sinnappu Parounag, Mayu Fite, Eddy Asif, Christofis Ladd,
Matilda Tamir, Biagio Scoggins, Bunjiro Zahirah, Juzaburo Nunah, Vlastimir
Penner, Ain Moser, Yumnah Copell, Quorkling Counts, Inglis Hun__g, Noel
Ellis, Raid Sharrock, Eliz Saib, Rajiv Subhah, Cwo Armenia, Asbed Haroun,
Yasukazu Matheney, Cornelious Anisah, Uoiasouma Stinson, Veronica Boisen,
Adelina Shamilah, Lesly Fawzi, Rika Altair, Sjane Donoway, Gerritdina
Tramel, Insaf Lasik, Eoulea Markare, Pritam Mumtaz, Mary-Rita Perreault,
Gilma Dearman, Yung-Shu Sarig, Miklos Gauthier, Ludwik Shahnazar, Yueh-Yun
Hafsah, Kumiko Rashid, Daniela Gillespie, Song Addie, Bertha Khalil al
Allah, Saihah Haddad, Attilio Whitefield, Jal Williamson, Sachi Kurken,
Ovagem Vagharshag, Lujain Sab, Varak Steeling, Khalil al Allah Evana,
Manabu Insaf, Bandar Kahle, Campbell AbdulHayy, Maie Atcheson, Arvo Umar,
Zeita Heard, Jeanine Elliston, Uale Naji, Shigemasa Mahdi, Tomasina
Beatrice, Outhoumphone Alima, Agnes Tato, Myroslaw Wid, Sanjay Wakil,
Nathalie Wright, Paola Gregson, Chia Maysam, Nova Moses, Vincenzina Azhar,
Hamazasp Boyd, Timo Atifah, Marellen Yughig, Nuwwar Goodman, Kosami
Martinelli, Irmtraud Jablonsky, Keren Fakhriyah, Buhaysah Firdaws, Srdjan
AbdulMuqtadir, Mashal Bidwell, Holger Snawday, Egon Parton, Fleur Osig,
Wonda Rand, Errolyn Mallouf, Lela Colling, Mitsukuni Casey, Keitaro Vitali,
Chloe Ghazo, Shareen Mariane, Argiro Quin, Junah Mimms, Alyson Jadwa, Rosa
Jumanah, Jennifer Barr, Paulus Dentzau, Asma William, Eliot Richardson, Adan
Ardo, Diocleziano Cole, Siragan McRee, Benedict Gonzales, Dhirendra Stark,
Aline Ball, Xiu Mirijan, Andrew Akim, Theodosia Sulgars, Sally-Ann Roper,
Tadamichi Muna, Hank Boling, Rawdah Cox, Francisco Harrison, Robynne
Bassett, Ming-Yu Kadar, Nikki Malakah, Purlanti Dicter, Nando AbdulAzim,
Tsung-Te Kettle, Luso Turvey, Suzuko Briley, Loucia Samiyah, Takauji
Hamazasp, Carol-Anne Mooriman, Hiroji McLemore, Julianne Byrom, Sadid
Cantrell, Shelley Hadcock, Arfan Jarrett, Gwennyth Redding, Deon Muta,
Shakir Radwa, Mayu Fite, Eddy Asif, Christofis Ladd, Matilda Tamir, Jospeh
Imad al Din, Kanzaburo Crossland, Rumiko Britton, Alessandra Ajib, Eustace
Zaki, Haydn Snipe, Khat Speller, Phat Surpouhi, Zozislawa Kamilah,
Eleftherios Jalal, Binh MacCosh, Melkon Clancy, Larraine Zafir, Caron
Chanin, Anthoulla Kersam, Kyuichi Schreffler, Uhud Muhair, Ahu Easton,
Helmut Cherney, Sumi Boyer, Virab Adamini, Shukri Tidwell, Moreen Nimr,
Fumihiko Dadour, Marie-Louise Nailah, Hortanan Hajes, Urmila Lewis, Munenori
Summers, Azar Dalal, Vu Grimes, Terina Rashidah, Augustinus Trestrail,
Siegfried Knabbe, Layla Womble, Ubaidah Daffries, Johnny Elsdon, Guat
Callachan, Janita Shahin, Djoka Sofian, Bushr Murjanah, Chua Safiyyah,
Gennai Leo, Colomba McCown, Dorelle Warlick, Toyokuni Wyldes, Delia Holden,
Katalin Taqwa,
Tomoko Newton, Jacques Oderlap, Barbel Keghanoush, Razia Vogles, Sirin
Hollifer, Nasim Fleming, Najmah Adara, Sato Russello, Hidehira Rukan, Yau
Cowen, Hatim Oxford, Yoshike Mobley, Varteni Angel, Kichi Bermon, Ardemis
Klis, Akinori Anthony, Charlotte Price, Mubin Shellenberger, Tru Halah,
Glennis Wyrick, Shosuke Kauri, Pin Hifford, Senichi Sygars, Felicia Thomsen,
Yazan Usaimah, Durdica Dunn, Oona McCaffity, Mabuchi AbdulWadud, Merida
Basilah, Anette Burly, Markku Humayag, Stirling Flynn, Wilhelm Saint, Scot
Medearis, Kiran Lamah, Misbah Ayat, Ivon Logan, Garifalia Kennedy, Ichi
Able, Abdul-Muizz Amcott, Renza Dorris, Alex Gardner, Eylece Milan, Cecille
Faisal, Daphane Huwaidah, Loma Simmons, Claudina Piroum, Jitendra Hafer, Liu
Masun, Humberto Odum, Annarita Nawal, Ikki Hessa, Mahbubah McGill, Ferran
Lynderman, Futun Blackburn, Nhi Polaski, Grace Fricke, Michaelangelo
Haiganoush, Abdul Abdel Abd al Overstreet, Wasyl Denzine, Zeon Beam, Briony
Teague, Ying-Haui Suhair, Samawah Horton, Boo Rafi,
Dhakirah Rains, Tat Cates, Hazar Luluah, Kaye Yerem, Ok Ohannes, Roslynn
Robinson, Elli Routen, Murad Hamy, Davin Varteni, Nesta Burhan, Lilla Harp,
Emanuela Buchanoster, Vassilios Wayanan, Lyndi Alan, Ko Askanaz, Valentine
Mossman, Jospeh Imad al Din, Kanzaburo Crossland, Rumiko Britton, Alessandra
Ajib, Eustace Zaki, Haydn Snipe, Rida Hrand, Tino Hakem, Atikah Geare,
Jeannine Juwairiyah, Florinda Castelburry, Salsabil Lenon, Nunzia Zahwah,
Gertruda Wyld, Ele Najjar, Noelyn Dilbeck, Danjuro Munisah, Dermot Medcalf,
Letty Lassmore, Sara Vystrach, Zahra Sorb, Benjiro Nushan, Sheng-Mu Rafal,
Kelli Mahmud, Rodd Kahlert, Qubilah Boman, Afif Steel, Shigetoki Markare,
Erzsibetth Botella, Jarir Patrick, Hayranton Maslouski, Erene Floyd, Zenia
Caffy, Oharu AbdulKarim, Beryce McBeal, Meegan Banister, Kyriacos Willimon,
Marie-Anne Shawq, Inoue Suhailah, Alka Janecek, Gyan Moss, Khuay Cardwell,
Hatsue Tynes, Isabella Vahe, Stepannos Ginn, Hue Rickey, Miva Rabone, Papken
Armine, Margaret-Ann Corcoran,
Eulys Badi al Zaman, Uddra Teotos, Cyrus Bristow, Audrie Bayless, Chryssa
Adenot, Ishraq Dechance, Lilian MN, Rakin Maloy, Andros Cowan, Shawqi Wolfe,
Karida AbdulShakur, Naoaki Heath, Cantara Sieverts, Diana Syer, Glenis
Satenig, Choo Doran, Vasil Conner, Koto AbdulNafi, Yuriko Scroglen, Tommaso
Reell, Yasutake Elroy, Kaneko Ewell, Billie Ruetsch, Ivars McRuley, Takeru
Travis, Ralph Aqilah, Salvador Blaagrove, Edi Karis, Rosalie Mutazz, Maran
Morden, Mazin Asbed, Xung Whitiker, Natsumi Greggor, Ariedo Baylor, Mang
Stockton, Kerri Sheets, Luisa Gordan, Ah Griffith 113, Urbin McLreath, Mada
New, Jytte Willingtram, Ginetta Hajar, Hiromichi Denzein, Petros Giragos,
Hannu Sajjad, Matsuo Perren, Pearl Maysun, Loukas Berjouhi, Eichi Khanke,
Lyndee Cuslich, Chie Vicker, Amara Suitor, Canice Hickox, Stafford Pailoun,
Kunihiko Moyer, Santiago Ata al Rahman, Ado Gayanoush, Kutaiba Atwood,
Alhena Hartley, Fulvio Mnatsagan, Safuh Pinnington, Corrine Roberts,
Francoise Raniyah, Buon Surpig, Gabriel Lamb,
Carol-Lynne Haige, Monte Umayyah, Tadayuki Sabri, Viola Altoun, Jeremiah
Aris, Ashleigh Pittard, Honora Hatim, Sooi Futun, Paraskevas Braden, Jinge
Jenkins, Bayhas Vramshibouh, Racheal Stirling, Nerine Khatib, Ashraf
Collier, Mercia Jana, Miodrag Matlock, Von Hurkinson, Dixie Atyaf, Juliene
Waliy al Din, Leng Harout, Rida Hrand, Tino Hakem, Atikah Geare, Jeannine
Juwairiyah, Florinda Castelburry, Salsabil Lenon, Nunzia Zahwah, Morimasa
Moffit, Mairead Holmes, Zulma Terry, Leandra Blallock, Lilly Shnork,
Sumitomo Dertad, Brone Melton, Heath McCallister, Joachim Nurah, Musaid
Buford, Sebastiana Flood, Abdul-Badi Hollis, Glenyse Polk, Darcia Mazin,
Nawaf Najat, Marlies Edelman, Do AbdulWakil, Charyn Kayes, Marigold Webber,
Bart Rochester, Gayane Tawbah, Jolie Libarid, Veda O'Hara, Slave Milburn,
Tsuyoshi Childress, Philippus Claycroft, Husein Higgenbotham, Neva Kolby,
Sharmaine Rubfar, Nikolaus Raghib, Pirkko Saidah, Clemens Woodridge, Oy
Fakhr al Din, Willem Long, Chum Zaim, Trung So, Masahiko Armistead,
Suhaimah Ruqayyah, Latifa Ramsy, Janneke Pace, Koi Dales, Fusae Surry, Svend
Kesbow, Eleonora Isahak, Ikuyo Spilker, Emil Tariq, Garrie Wijdan, Yiok-Gin
Knarig, Fen Kahil, Ljiljana McGuiggan, Nadarajah Dhakiyah, Kirsten Timmond,
Concettina Forester, Shu-Chen Wadha, Azize Imtiyaz, Nashita Energetic Dabir,
Antoinette Waggoner, Sadako Warnor, Joycelin Lyons, Puapii Rapayel, Hind
Nuhaid, Mher Seaker, Ghaith Durst, Lynece Zaro, Abdul-Nafi Harpur, Boronia
Yeghia, Duy Isad, Anneli Shakir, Yoshimitsu Haggood, I-Yi Dover, Tracee
Muhannad, Serafino Jamal, Terrie Yarid, Hidetoshi Ani, Usaimah Ounan, Geoff
AbdulBaqi, Russel Suhaib, Muon Turpin, Okita Gates, Badrig Lamya, Nhuong
MacTamhais, Valery Akram, Ara Berry, Tatyana Adilah, Maddalena Houpe, Thi
Frost, Kieren Rasmi, Ichizo Munif, Katharine Markarid, Zafar Basmah, Sigrid
Zako, Hisham Allan, Hendrika Almas, Dorn Nix, Evangelia Hamasia, Miladin
Nawwar, Elma Lillaird.

0
Reply diogenes6848 (32) 6/27/2004 5:30:16 PM

�rchie <hard@it.allthetime> wrote in
news:qnvtd0p3s0qpsbbi458dmcl4cj419hkrg6@4ax.com: 

> Twas brillig and  a slithy tove named Xomicron  didst gyre and gimble in
> the wabe while reciting:
> 
>> �rchie <hard@it.allthetime> wrote in
>> news:gsusd0h6uqe9npfdua4m8muv5ojopgvqrn@4ax.com: 
>>
>>> Twas brillig and  a slithy tove named Xomicron  didst gyre and gimble
>>> in the wabe while reciting:
>>> 
>>>> �rchie <hard@it.allthetime> wrote in
>>>> news:eo8sd0d035ua82mlmqeljuachg7eg4ntum@4ax.com: 
>>>>
>>>>> Twas brillig and  a slithy tove named Freeride  didst gyre and
>>>>> gimble in the wabe while reciting:
>>>>> 
>>>>>> On Sun, 27 Jun 2004 08:30:32 +0800, �rchie wrote:
>>>>>>
>>>>>>> Don't ask for facts from a right-wing redneck.
>>>>>>
>>>>>> Maybe you should go ask Clinton for some facts then. :) 
>>>>> 
>>>>> /EVERYONE/ lies about sex. That doesn't count.
>>>>
>>>> So that makes it okay?
>>> 
>>> A few lies about sex or nearly 1,000 Americans killed (and uncounted
>>> other nationalities but they don't count).
>>
>> Clinton's lies killed thousands of people worldwide.
> 
> Name them!

Clinton said there was a genocide occurring in Serbia.  Clinton ordered
Serbia be bombed, killing over 3000 civilians and damaging Serbian
infrastructure well in excess of 50%.

To date there has been NO findings of any genocide or what might be
identified as a genocide under any known meaning of the term except in
Kosovo being committed by illegal Albanian immigrants against Serbs.

Clinton authorized the illegal initial assault against the Branch
Davidians at Mt. Carmel, Texas just outside Waco, Texas and then
authorized the attack and massacre of over 80 people, over two dozen of
which were children under the age of 14.

Clinton said that a place in Sudan was manufacturing chemical warfare
agents. The factory was making vaccines and drugs, and was a major
supplier of such to sub-Saharan Africa.  This act killed uncounted
individuals that did not get these needed drugs.
0
Reply xomicron (579) 6/27/2004 6:16:28 PM

"Xomicron" <xomicron@wp.pl> wrote
> Clinton said that a place in Sudan was manufacturing chemical warfare
> agents. The factory was making vaccines and drugs, and was a major
> supplier of such to sub-Saharan Africa.  This act killed uncounted
> individuals that did not get these needed drugs.

If a man doesn't have a coat, it's the cold that kills him, not the lack of
a coat. And in fact, some with coats die and some without coats live.
By analogy, some who receive vaccines die and some who do not receive
vaccines live, and in fact it is the disease which kills them, not the lack of
medicine. If a man denies someone  medicine which _might_ have helped,
is he a killer, or merely a Welfare caseworker?


0
Reply dda (206) 6/27/2004 6:34:44 PM

On Sun, 27 Jun 2004 18:34:44 GMT, "Douglas D. Anderson"
<dda@rr.rochester.com> wrote:

>If a man denies someone  medicine which _might_ have helped,
>is he a killer, or merely a Welfare caseworker?

Someone who advocates a healthcare system that caters for the wealthy
but not for anyone else.

Sound familiar?

Paul.

-- 
.. A .sig is all well and good, but it's no substitute for a personality
.. JMS: "SFX is a fairly useless publication on just about every imaginable front.
  Never have so many jumped-up fanboys done so little, with so much, for so long."
.. EMail: Unless invited to, don't. Your message is likely to be automatically deleted.
0
Reply paul3265 (24) 6/27/2004 6:36:39 PM

Xomicron wrote:

> According to the very Liberal newspaper, The Boston Phoenix, Michael
> Moore's new movie "Fahrenheit 9/11 is far from being a good film, and
> lacks credibility." This is great to see. Even the libbies are turning on
> this fat bastard.
> 
> http://www.bostonphoenix.com/boston/movies/documents/03931494.asp

I just got back from taking my parents to see the film.

The real power of it is in the second half when Michael Moore stops jumping
to conclusions and let's the film tell the story.

I think if he had followed this approach, and started the film somewhere
around 1997 or earlier ( maybe 1993, the date of the first bombing, or even
1990, Desert Storm ) it would be 100 percent great movie.

-- 
w:4

0
Reply beautiful (7) 6/27/2004 9:34:52 PM

On Sun, 27 Jun 2004 17:30:16 GMT, "Diogenes"
<diogenes@sinope.org.net.com> wrote in alt.tasteless.jokes in message
<52fa04f5e6cbb4702135d50b908d7a0d@news.teranews.com>:

>�rchie wrote:
>> Twas brillig and  a slithy tove named Xomicron  didst gyre and gimble
>> in the wabe while reciting:
>>
>>> �rchie <hard@it.allthetime> wrote in
>>> news:gsusd0h6uqe9npfdua4m8muv5ojopgvqrn@4ax.com:
>>>
>>>> Twas brillig and  a slithy tove named Xomicron  didst gyre and
>>>> gimble in the wabe while reciting:
>>>>
>>>>> �rchie <hard@it.allthetime> wrote in
>>>>> news:eo8sd0d035ua82mlmqeljuachg7eg4ntum@4ax.com:
>>>>>
>>>>>> Twas brillig and  a slithy tove named Freeride  didst gyre and
>>>>>> gimble in the wabe while reciting:
>>>>>>
>>>>>>> On Sun, 27 Jun 2004 08:30:32 +0800, 'rchie wrote:
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>> Don't ask for facts from a right-wing redneck.
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>> Maybe you should go ask Clinton for some facts then. :)
>>>>>>
>>>>>> /EVERYONE/ lies about sex. That doesn't count.
>>>>>
>>>>> So that makes it okay?
>>>>
>>>> A few lies about sex or nearly 1,000 Americans killed (and uncounted
>>>> other nationalities but they don't count).
>>>
>>> Clinton's lies killed thousands of people worldwide.
>>
>> Name them!
>>
>> �rchie
>
>Here's some:
>
>Assunta Siggers, Victoria Glover, Husna Nuzhah, Arleen McJesmy, Nuh Jean,
>Snezana Wicker, Salah Spruill, Rhonwyn Davison, Nai Blaketter,
>Puvaneswarydevi Sadiq, Deslea Magnusson, Al Tijani Marwah, Chikako Bush,

A telephone book is generally considered more effective if you also
include the phone numbers that go with the names.
--
V.G.

Change pobox dot alaska to gci.
"I wanted a car I could run down pedestrians with.  But one with a comfy ride, like a sofa on wheels." - Father Haskell

"No doubt about it, 9-11 was orchestrated by Lockheed." - *lexa 'connects the dots' (cg5t80pl73d7r1s8113tqd19qse0ji0nrq@4ax.com)
(This sig file contains not less than 80% recycled SPAM)

Sarcasm is my sword, Apathy is my shield.
0
Reply vgorilla (185) 6/27/2004 10:09:44 PM

�rchie <hard@it.allthetime> wrote in message news:<g0vsd0534dlinvu2nf9sal4ph6mo8micas@4ax.com>...
> Twas brillig and  a slithy tove named Xomicron  didst gyre and gimble in
> the wabe while reciting:
> 
> >�rchie <hard@it.allthetime> wrote in
> >news:eo8sd0d035ua82mlmqeljuachg7eg4ntum@4ax.com: 
> >
> >> As soon as men decide that all means are permitted to fight an  evil,
> >> then their good becomes indistinguishable from the evil that they set
> >> out to destroy.

The key phrase here is "all means".

> >Spoken like a true coward.
> 
> Replied to like a true Republican/Nazi.

Spoken like a true McCarthyist with a human face.

> The Founding Fathers are ashamed of you.

No they aren't.  They're dead.
0
Reply hewpiedawg (48) 6/28/2004 12:16:55 AM

Twas brillig and  a slithy tove named Xomicron  didst gyre and gimble in
the wabe while reciting:

>�rchie <hard@it.allthetime> wrote in
>news:qnvtd0p3s0qpsbbi458dmcl4cj419hkrg6@4ax.com: 
>
>> Twas brillig and  a slithy tove named Xomicron  didst gyre and gimble in
>> the wabe while reciting:
>> 
>>> �rchie <hard@it.allthetime> wrote in
>>> news:gsusd0h6uqe9npfdua4m8muv5ojopgvqrn@4ax.com: 
>>>
>>>> Twas brillig and  a slithy tove named Xomicron  didst gyre and gimble
>>>> in the wabe while reciting:
>>>> 
>>>>> �rchie <hard@it.allthetime> wrote in
>>>>> news:eo8sd0d035ua82mlmqeljuachg7eg4ntum@4ax.com: 
>>>>>
>>>>>> Twas brillig and  a slithy tove named Freeride  didst gyre and
>>>>>> gimble in the wabe while reciting:
>>>>>> 
>>>>>>> On Sun, 27 Jun 2004 08:30:32 +0800, �rchie wrote:
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>> Don't ask for facts from a right-wing redneck.
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>> Maybe you should go ask Clinton for some facts then. :) 
>>>>>> 
>>>>>> /EVERYONE/ lies about sex. That doesn't count.
>>>>>
>>>>> So that makes it okay?
>>>> 
>>>> A few lies about sex or nearly 1,000 Americans killed (and uncounted
>>>> other nationalities but they don't count).
>>>
>>> Clinton's lies killed thousands of people worldwide.
>> 
>> Name them!
>
>Clinton said there was a genocide occurring in Serbia.  Clinton ordered
>Serbia be bombed, killing over 3000 civilians and damaging Serbian
>infrastructure well in excess of 50%.
>
>To date there has been NO findings of any genocide or what might be
>identified as a genocide under any known meaning of the term except in
>Kosovo being committed by illegal Albanian immigrants against Serbs.

You have the nerve to say that after the International Court in Brussells
has already sentenced a number of Serbs to lengthy periods of prison for
acts of genocide. 
>
>Clinton authorized the illegal initial assault against the Branch
>Davidians at Mt. Carmel, Texas just outside Waco, Texas and then
>authorized the attack and massacre of over 80 people, over two dozen of
>which were children under the age of 14.

Ahhh - THAT old lie. Now I know where you are ccoming from.
>
>Clinton said that a place in Sudan was manufacturing chemical warfare
>agents. The factory was making vaccines and drugs, and was a major
>supplier of such to sub-Saharan Africa.  This act killed uncounted
>individuals that did not get these needed drugs.

And that trip you took to the drug store caused several people to be later
than they intended and by following the chain of causation, an earthquake
occurred in Central China which killed 600,000 people.

Go dream your stupidities elsewhere.

�rchie
0
Reply hard5468 (25) 6/28/2004 12:49:36 AM

In article <2k8bsgF18f8lfU1@uni-berlin.de>, Xomicron <xomicron@wp.pl> 
wrote:

> �rchie <hard@it.allthetime> wrote in
> news:gsusd0h6uqe9npfdua4m8muv5ojopgvqrn@4ax.com: 
> 
> > Twas brillig and  a slithy tove named Xomicron  didst gyre and gimble in
> > the wabe while reciting:
> > 
> >> �rchie <hard@it.allthetime> wrote in
> >> news:eo8sd0d035ua82mlmqeljuachg7eg4ntum@4ax.com: 
> >>
> >>> Twas brillig and  a slithy tove named Freeride  didst gyre and gimble
> >>> in the wabe while reciting:
> >>> 
> >>>> On Sun, 27 Jun 2004 08:30:32 +0800, �rchie wrote:
> >>>>
> >>>>> Don't ask for facts from a right-wing redneck.
> >>>>
> >>>> Maybe you should go ask Clinton for some facts then. :) 
> >>> 
> >>> /EVERYONE/ lies about sex. That doesn't count.
> >>
> >> So that makes it okay?
> > 
> > A few lies about sex or nearly 1,000 Americans killed (and uncounted
> > other nationalities but they don't count).
> 
> Clinton's lies killed thousands of people worldwide.

Are you going to explain this one? Probably not, considering that this 
is Snubis posting. 

BTW, how did Clinton get into this discussion. We were talking about the 
lies of the Bush administration. Do you have no defense but to say that 
Clinton lied too? This means you admit the Bushies lied.

-- 
Dave Fritzinger
0
Reply dfritzinnospam (614) 6/28/2004 2:17:05 AM

Twas brillig and  a slithy tove named David Fritzinger  didst gyre and
gimble in the wabe while reciting:

>In article <2k8bsgF18f8lfU1@uni-berlin.de>, Xomicron <xomicron@wp.pl> 
>wrote:
>
>> �rchie <hard@it.allthetime> wrote in
>> news:gsusd0h6uqe9npfdua4m8muv5ojopgvqrn@4ax.com: 
>> 
>> > Twas brillig and  a slithy tove named Xomicron  didst gyre and gimble in
>> > the wabe while reciting:
>> > 
>> >> �rchie <hard@it.allthetime> wrote in
>> >> news:eo8sd0d035ua82mlmqeljuachg7eg4ntum@4ax.com: 
>> >>
>> >>> Twas brillig and  a slithy tove named Freeride  didst gyre and gimble
>> >>> in the wabe while reciting:
>> >>> 
>> >>>> On Sun, 27 Jun 2004 08:30:32 +0800, �rchie wrote:
>> >>>>
>> >>>>> Don't ask for facts from a right-wing redneck.
>> >>>>
>> >>>> Maybe you should go ask Clinton for some facts then. :) 
>> >>> 
>> >>> /EVERYONE/ lies about sex. That doesn't count.
>> >>
>> >> So that makes it okay?
>> > 
>> > A few lies about sex or nearly 1,000 Americans killed (and uncounted
>> > other nationalities but they don't count).
>> 
>> Clinton's lies killed thousands of people worldwide.
>
>Are you going to explain this one? Probably not, considering that this 
>is Snubis posting. 
>
>BTW, how did Clinton get into this discussion. We were talking about the 
>lies of the Bush administration. Do you have no defense but to say that 
>Clinton lied too? This means you admit the Bushies lied.

Speaking of the Bush administration, it may be worthwhile checking out the
current administration.

http://www.whitehouse.org/administration/index.asp


�rchie
0
Reply hard5468 (25) 6/28/2004 3:19:45 AM

On Sat, 26 Jun 2004 20:45:45 GMT, Windows4ever <Windows4ever@getused.toit>
wrote in message <1aa76dbliyw95.1pkyf9qe1av89.dlg@40tude.net>:
>On Sat, 26 Jun 2004 15:02:40 -0500, Xomicron wrote:
>> According to the very Liberal newspaper, The Boston Phoenix, Michael
>> Moore's new movie "Fahrenheit 9/11 is far from being a good film, and lacks
>> credibility." This is great to see. Even the libbies are turning on this
>> fat bastard. 
>> http://www.bostonphoenix.com/boston/movies/documents/03931494.asp
>Only like mineded people will even go to the film.  I cannot picture a Bush
>supporter forking over the price of admission.  Voters have already made
>their decsion about who to vote for in November.

true. not Bush.

-- 
smash yer modem, reboot, kill yerself
Mel the Defiler
member, ATJ regs
webmaster of atjfaq.com
http://www.atjfaq.com/
0
Reply mel9844 (375) 6/28/2004 7:12:33 AM

On Sat, 26 Jun 2004 17:23:15 -0700, "Alan Sandoval"
<alan.s@(removespam)intertrader.net> wrote in message
<40de136c$1_1@127.0.0.1>:
>"Xomicron" <xomicron@wp.pl> wrote in message
>>According to the very Liberal newspaper, The Boston Phoenix, Michael
>>Moore's new movie "Fahrenheit 9/11 is far from being a good film, and
>>lacks credibility." This is great to see. Even the libbies are turning on
>>this fat bastard.
>>http://www.bostonphoenix.com/boston/movies/documents/03931494.asp
>"Fahrenheit 9/11 is far from being a good film, and lacks
>credibility."
>Where did you get this quote?  I couldn't find it in the review.  Maybe you
>reviewed the review and quoted yourself?  Were you simply hoping that no one
>would actually read the review and thought that by adding quotation marks it
>would add credibility to what is a statement YOU made?  If I'm mistaken
>please point out where in the review it states:
>"Fahrenheit 9/11 is far from being a good film, and lacks credibility."

"Xomicron is far from being a good poster, and lacks credibility."

-- 
smash yer modem, reboot, kill yerself
Mel the Defiler
member, ATJ regs
webmaster of atjfaq.com
http://www.atjfaq.com/
0
Reply mel9844 (375) 6/28/2004 7:12:35 AM

On Sun, 27 Jun 2004 18:34:44 GMT, "Douglas D. Anderson"
<dda@rr.rochester.com> wrote in message
<8rEDc.140688$j24.18928@twister.nyroc.rr.com>:
>"Xomicron" <xomicron@wp.pl> wrote
>> Clinton said that a place in Sudan was manufacturing chemical warfare
>> agents. The factory was making vaccines and drugs, and was a major
>> supplier of such to sub-Saharan Africa.  This act killed uncounted
>> individuals that did not get these needed drugs.
>If a man doesn't have a coat, it's the cold that kills him, not the lack of
>a coat. And in fact, some with coats die and some without coats live.
>By analogy, some who receive vaccines die and some who do not receive
>vaccines live, and in fact it is the disease which kills them, not the lack of
>medicine. If a man denies someone  medicine which _might_ have helped,
>is he a killer, or merely a Welfare caseworker?

yer a fucking nazi.

-- 
smash yer modem, reboot, kill yerself
Mel the Defiler
member, ATJ regs
webmaster of atjfaq.com
http://www.atjfaq.com/
0
Reply mel9844 (375) 6/28/2004 7:12:36 AM

On Sun, 27 Jun 2004 13:54:19 GMT, "Douglas D. Anderson"
<dda@rr.rochester.com> wrote in message
<fkADc.397837$M3.349812@twister.nyroc.rr.com>:
>Most people in America today are so well informed

BWAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!!!

-- 
smash yer modem, reboot, kill yerself
Mel the Defiler
member, ATJ regs
webmaster of atjfaq.com
http://www.atjfaq.com/
0
Reply mel9844 (375) 6/28/2004 7:12:41 AM

"Mel" <mel@atj.faq.com> wrote
> On Sun, 27 Jun 2004 13:54:19 GMT, "Douglas D. Anderson"
> <dda@rr.rochester.com> wrote in message
> <fkADc.397837$M3.349812@twister.nyroc.rr.com>:
> >Most people in America today are so well informed
>
> BWAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!!!
>
You laugh because you are naive and provincial. Most of the information you
now have comes from the Internet, which was invented and propagated by .
Americans. If that is not a good thing, you should sell your equipment and buy
some bongo drums from one of your black back-woods neighbors.


0
Reply dda (206) 6/28/2004 9:44:37 AM

"Douglas D. Anderson" <dda@rr.rochester.com> wrote in
news:fkADc.397837$M3.349812@twister.nyroc.rr.com: 

> Most people in America today are so well informed

That obviously isn't true since people still vote Democrat.
0
Reply xomicron (579) 6/28/2004 1:46:08 PM

Xomicron wrote:

> According to the very Liberal newspaper, The Boston Phoenix, Michael
> Moore's new movie "Fahrenheit 9/11 is far from being a good film, and lacks
> credibility." This is great to see. Even the libbies are turning on this
> fat bastard. 
> 
> http://www.bostonphoenix.com/boston/movies/documents/03931494.asp

But what did you think of it?  You shouldn't vote without having seen
it first.

Joe

0
Reply joeblow8628 (8) 6/28/2004 1:51:11 PM

Xomicron wrote:

> �rchie <hard@it.allthetime> wrote in
> news:eo8sd0d035ua82mlmqeljuachg7eg4ntum@4ax.com: 
> 
> 
>>Twas brillig and  a slithy tove named Freeride  didst gyre and gimble in
>>the wabe while reciting:
>>
>>
>>>On Sun, 27 Jun 2004 08:30:32 +0800, �rchie wrote:
>>>
>>>
>>>>Don't ask for facts from a right-wing redneck.
>>>
>>>Maybe you should go ask Clinton for some facts then. :) 
>>
>>/EVERYONE/ lies about sex. That doesn't count.
> 
> 
> So that makes it okay?

At least nobody died.

0
Reply joeblow8628 (8) 6/28/2004 1:52:02 PM

Joe Blow <joeblow@volcanomail.com> wrote in
news:l7udnRUp9tgfv33dRVn-uA@comcast.com: 

> Xomicron wrote:
> 
>> �rchie <hard@it.allthetime> wrote in
>> news:eo8sd0d035ua82mlmqeljuachg7eg4ntum@4ax.com: 
>> 
>> 
>>>Twas brillig and  a slithy tove named Freeride  didst gyre and gimble
>>>in the wabe while reciting:
>>>
>>>
>>>>On Sun, 27 Jun 2004 08:30:32 +0800, �rchie wrote:
>>>>
>>>>
>>>>>Don't ask for facts from a right-wing redneck.
>>>>
>>>>Maybe you should go ask Clinton for some facts then. :) 
>>>
>>>/EVERYONE/ lies about sex. That doesn't count.
>> 
>> 
>> So that makes it okay?
> 
> At least nobody died.

Clinton's lies killed thousands of people worldwide.
0
Reply xomicron (579) 6/28/2004 2:32:20 PM

Xomicron wrote:
> Joe Blow <joeblow@volcanomail.com> wrote in
> news:l7udnRUp9tgfv33dRVn-uA@comcast.com: 
> 
> 
>>Xomicron wrote:
>>
>>
>>>�rchie <hard@it.allthetime> wrote in
>>>news:eo8sd0d035ua82mlmqeljuachg7eg4ntum@4ax.com: 
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>>>Twas brillig and  a slithy tove named Freeride  didst gyre and gimble
>>>>in the wabe while reciting:
>>>>
>>>>
>>>>
>>>>>On Sun, 27 Jun 2004 08:30:32 +0800, �rchie wrote:
>>>>>
>>>>>
>>>>>
>>>>>>Don't ask for facts from a right-wing redneck.
>>>>>
>>>>>Maybe you should go ask Clinton for some facts then. :) 
>>>>
>>>>/EVERYONE/ lies about sex. That doesn't count.
>>>
>>>
>>>So that makes it okay?
>>
>>At least nobody died.
> 
> Clinton's lies killed thousands of people worldwide.

Right, and that is why Slobie is being tried as we speak.

0
Reply joeblow8628 (8) 6/28/2004 2:38:54 PM

On Mon, 28 Jun 2004 09:51:11 -0400, Joe Blow <joeblow@volcanomail.com>
wrote:

>But what did you think of it?  You shouldn't vote without having seen
>it first.

Oh do come on now - stop being sensible!!! <grin>

Actually *seeing* the movie would remove all the fun from their
desperate right-wing ranting & raving. Don't forget, there are the
bible-bashing right-wing simpletons who think it's okay to sin six and
a half days a week so long as they go to church Sunday morning...

OSIS: Ostrich-head - Sand Interface Syndrome.

Paul.

-- 
.. A .sig is all well and good, but it's no substitute for a personality
.. JMS: "SFX is a fairly useless publication on just about every imaginable front.
  Never have so many jumped-up fanboys done so little, with so much, for so long."
.. EMail: Unless invited to, don't. Your message is likely to be automatically deleted.
0
Reply paul3265 (24) 6/28/2004 2:44:21 PM

Twas brillig and  a slithy tove named Xomicron  didst gyre and gimble in
the wabe while reciting:

>Joe Blow <joeblow@volcanomail.com> wrote in
>news:l7udnRUp9tgfv33dRVn-uA@comcast.com: 
>
>> Xomicron wrote:
>> 
>>> �rchie <hard@it.allthetime> wrote in
>>> news:eo8sd0d035ua82mlmqeljuachg7eg4ntum@4ax.com: 
>>> 
>>> 
>>>>Twas brillig and  a slithy tove named Freeride  didst gyre and gimble
>>>>in the wabe while reciting:
>>>>
>>>>
>>>>>On Sun, 27 Jun 2004 08:30:32 +0800, �rchie wrote:
>>>>>
>>>>>
>>>>>>Don't ask for facts from a right-wing redneck.
>>>>>
>>>>>Maybe you should go ask Clinton for some facts then. :) 
>>>>
>>>>/EVERYONE/ lies about sex. That doesn't count.
>>> 
>>> 
>>> So that makes it okay?
>> 
>> At least nobody died.
>
>Clinton's lies killed thousands of people worldwide.

Xomicron's lies bore thousands worldwide.

�rchie
--
You will find that the State is the kind of ORGANIZATION which, though it
does big things badly, does small things badly too. - John Kenneth
Galbraith 
0
Reply hard5468 (25) 6/28/2004 4:11:16 PM

On Mon, 28 Jun 2004 09:44:37 GMT, "Douglas D. Anderson"
<dda@rr.rochester.com> wrote in message
<9MRDc.256080$hY.152330@twister.nyroc.rr.com>:
>"Mel" <mel@atj.faq.com> wrote
>> On Sun, 27 Jun 2004 13:54:19 GMT, "Douglas D. Anderson"
>> >Most people in America today are so well informed
>> BWAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!!!
>You laugh because you are naive and provincial. Most of the information you
>now have comes from the Internet, which was invented and propagated by .
>Americans. If that is not a good thing, you should sell your equipment and buy
>some bongo drums from one of your black back-woods neighbors.

you're an idiot.

e.g. Nigerians are quick to adopt new technology.

even you are clueless about Africa. that's how well informed Americans are.

-- 
smash yer modem, reboot, kill yerself
Mel the Defiler
member, ATJ regs
webmaster of atjfaq.com
http://www.atjfaq.com/
0
Reply mel9844 (375) 6/28/2004 5:49:25 PM

"Xomicron" <xomicron@wp.pl> wrote
> "Douglas D. Anderson" <dda@rr.rochester.com> wrote in
> news:fkADc.397837$M3.349812@twister.nyroc.rr.com:
>
> > Most people in America today are so well informed
>
> That obviously isn't true since people still vote Democrat.

Not so. Humans aren't programmed machines, all arriving at the same
opinion on the basis of the same information. Some people want to be
sober, some people want to be drunk; some people want to build
empires, some people want to sit on a park bench and feed the pigeons.
There will always be people who want something better, who want
change...or larger denominations if they can get them.


0
Reply dda (206) 6/28/2004 10:38:39 PM

Xomicron (xomicron@wp.pl) wrote:
: �rchie <hard@it.allthetime> wrote in
: news:eo8sd0d035ua82mlmqeljuachg7eg4ntum@4ax.com: 

: > Twas brillig and  a slithy tove named Freeride  didst gyre and gimble in
: > the wabe while reciting:
: > 
: >> On Sun, 27 Jun 2004 08:30:32 +0800, �rchie wrote:
: >>
: >>> Don't ask for facts from a right-wing redneck.
: >>
: >> Maybe you should go ask Clinton for some facts then. :) 
: > 
: > /EVERYONE/ lies about sex. That doesn't count.

: So that makes it okay?

It makes it none of your business. A Cheney retort comes to mind. Except
when dealing with setting the energy policy of the nation, it seems
different than what one does with a consenting adult in private.

Eric
0
Reply echomko_at_ (43) 6/29/2004 6:11:41 PM

Xomicron (xomicron@wp.pl) wrote:
: �rchie <hard@it.allthetime> wrote in
: news:eo8sd0d035ua82mlmqeljuachg7eg4ntum@4ax.com: 

: > As soon as men decide that all means are permitted to fight an  evil,
: > then their good becomes indistinguishable from the evil that they set
: > out to destroy.

: Spoken like a true coward.

No, it is the basis of ethical behavior. Cowardice is hiding behind a
moniker like Xomicron when you post on USENET.

Eric
0
Reply echomko_at_ (43) 6/29/2004 6:14:16 PM

ShrikeBack (hewpiedawg@hotmail.com) wrote:
: �rchie <hard@it.allthetime> wrote in message news:<g0vsd0534dlinvu2nf9sal4ph6mo8micas@4ax.com>...
: > Twas brillig and  a slithy tove named Xomicron  didst gyre and gimble in
: > the wabe while reciting:
: > 
: > >�rchie <hard@it.allthetime> wrote in
: > >news:eo8sd0d035ua82mlmqeljuachg7eg4ntum@4ax.com: 
: > >
: > >> As soon as men decide that all means are permitted to fight an  evil,
: > >> then their good becomes indistinguishable from the evil that they set
: > >> out to destroy.

: The key phrase here is "all means".

: > >Spoken like a true coward.
: > 
: > Replied to like a true Republican/Nazi.

: Spoken like a true McCarthyist with a human face.

: > The Founding Fathers are ashamed of you.

: No they aren't.  They're dead.

Their spirit lives on in the hearts and minds of true Americans.
The fact that you miss the message says more about you than them!

Eric
0
Reply echomko_at_ (43) 6/29/2004 6:33:05 PM

Xomicron <xomicron@wp.pl> wrote in message news:<V5adnSLVnqv9S0DdRVn-hg@wavecable.com>...
> According to the very Liberal newspaper, The Boston Phoenix, Michael
> Moore's new movie "Fahrenheit 9/11 is far from being a good film, and lacks
> credibility." This is great to see. Even the libbies are turning on this
> fat bastard. 
> 
> http://www.bostonphoenix.com/boston/movies/documents/03931494.asp

JERRY
Your disingenuous post has already been shown up, but I just wanted to
also make the point that the "not so hot" movie was the number one
film in America in the past weekend, including every single one of the
battlefield states.

Bush's approval ratings dipped yet again.  He's now down to 42% and in
modern history no sitting President has won re-election when they were
less than 50% at this point in the campaign.  Of course, in the case
of your boy Georgie, he didn't win the election in the first place.

Wonder what kind of dirty tricks they are planning in Florida this
year?  Oh, that's RIGHT!  The Bushies want to cut another 42000
registered voters again, even though most of the 56000 they cut from
the voter rolls last time were illegally purged and still haven't
gotten back on the voter rolls.

Well, it worked for them once.  They just have to keep going back to
that well, don't they? ;-)
0
Reply rogue719 (93) 6/30/2004 3:17:22 AM

rogue719@hotmail.com (rogue) wrote in
news:6e14bcdc.0406291917.42ff8b4b@posting.google.com: 

> Xomicron <xomicron@wp.pl> wrote in message
> news:<V5adnSLVnqv9S0DdRVn-hg@wavecable.com>...
>
>> According to the very Liberal newspaper, The Boston Phoenix, Michael
>> Moore's new movie "Fahrenheit 9/11 is far from being a good film, and
>> lacks credibility." This is great to see. Even the libbies are turning
>> on this fat bastard. 
>> 
>> http://www.bostonphoenix.com/boston/movies/documents/03931494.asp
> 
> JERRY
> Your disingenuous post has already been shown up, but I just wanted to
> also make the point that the "not so hot" movie was the number one
> film in America in the past weekend, including every single one of the
> battlefield states.

Not surprising considering that it's a controversial movie going up
against several movies that have already been out for a while. The money
it has made so far is actually pretty modest compared to most movies that
are considered hits. It'll get raped by Spiderman 2 this weekend. In a 
month or two, most people will have forgotten about it.
 
> Bush's approval ratings dipped yet again.  He's now down to 42% and in
> modern history no sitting President has won re-election when they were
> less than 50% at this point in the campaign.  Of course, in the case
> of your boy Georgie, he didn't win the election in the first place.

Get over it. Bush won the election and there is nothing that proves
otherwise. 
 
> Wonder what kind of dirty tricks they are planning in Florida this
> year?  Oh, that's RIGHT!  The Bushies want to cut another 42000
> registered voters again, even though most of the 56000 they cut from
> the voter rolls last time were illegally purged and still haven't
> gotten back on the voter rolls.

This crap has already been proven to be false many times.
0
Reply xomicron (579) 6/30/2004 2:12:04 PM

Xomicron wrote:
> rogue719@hotmail.com (rogue) wrote in
> news:6e14bcdc.0406291917.42ff8b4b@posting.google.com: 
> 
>>Xomicron <xomicron@wp.pl> wrote in message
>>news:<V5adnSLVnqv9S0DdRVn-hg@wavecable.com>...
>>
>>>According to the very Liberal newspaper, The Boston Phoenix, Michael
>>>Moore's new movie "Fahrenheit 9/11 is far from being a good film, and
>>>lacks credibility." This is great to see. Even the libbies are turning
>>>on this fat bastard. 
>>>
>>>http://www.bostonphoenix.com/boston/movies/documents/03931494.asp
>>
>>JERRY
>>Your disingenuous post has already been shown up, but I just wanted to
>>also make the point that the "not so hot" movie was the number one
>>film in America in the past weekend, including every single one of the
>>battlefield states.
> 
> Not surprising considering that it's a controversial movie going up
> against several movies that have already been out for a while. The money
> it has made so far is actually pretty modest compared to most movies that
> are considered hits. It'll get raped by Spiderman 2 this weekend. In a 
> month or two, most people will have forgotten about it.

But most people will not have forgotten what it showed.  Have you
seen it yet?

>>Bush's approval ratings dipped yet again.  He's now down to 42% and in
>>modern history no sitting President has won re-election when they were
>>less than 50% at this point in the campaign.  Of course, in the case
>>of your boy Georgie, he didn't win the election in the first place.
> 
> Get over it. Bush won the election and there is nothing that proves
> otherwise. 

You've gotta admit that the result was pretty abnormal.  I had hoped that
Gore would have run.  I wanted one of those, "ReElect Gore" stickers.

>>Wonder what kind of dirty tricks they are planning in Florida this
>>year?  Oh, that's RIGHT!  The Bushies want to cut another 42000
>>registered voters again, even though most of the 56000 they cut from
>>the voter rolls last time were illegally purged and still haven't
>>gotten back on the voter rolls.
> 
> This crap has already been proven to be false many times.

Really, I am still seeing news stories on it.  Perhaps you should
stop watching Fox.

Joe

0
Reply joeblow8628 (8) 6/30/2004 3:08:08 PM

["Followup-To:" header set to comp.os.linux.advocacy.]
In comp.os.linux.advocacy, Mel
<mel@atj.faq.com>
 wrote
on Mon, 28 Jun 2004 19:49:25 +0200
<pmh0e0tbh5gugioot99jp710elign6vh4g@4ax.com>:
> On Mon, 28 Jun 2004 09:44:37 GMT, "Douglas D. Anderson"
> <dda@rr.rochester.com> wrote in message
> <9MRDc.256080$hY.152330@twister.nyroc.rr.com>:
>>"Mel" <mel@atj.faq.com> wrote
>>> On Sun, 27 Jun 2004 13:54:19 GMT, "Douglas D. Anderson"
>>> >Most people in America today are so well informed
>>> BWAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!!!
>>You laugh because you are naive and provincial. Most of the information
>>you now have comes from the Internet, which was invented and propagated
>>by Americans. If that is not a good thing, you should sell your equipment
>>and buy some bongo drums from one of your black back-woods neighbors.
>
> you're an idiot.
>
> e.g. Nigerians are quick to adopt new technology.
>
> even you are clueless about Africa. that's how well informed
> Americans are.
>

You mean 'Murkins', don't you? :-)  (Disclaimer: I'm from the US.
Of course, I've also been overseas -- as a youngster -- so there
might be some hope for me.)

As it is, "Africa Linux" in Google coughs up a number of
interesting links, some of them stale but it's clear that
Africa, which has no money (at least compared to the US)
and few resources (although diamonds is an interesting
exception!) would be very interested in technologyware
(to coin a term) that doesn't cost an arm, a leg, and
one's first-born program to run on older model computers.
(Since WinXP won't even *run* on older model computers --
say, early Pentium II era -- Linux clearly wins here.)

-- 
#191, ewill3@earthlink.net
It's still legal to go .sigless.
0
Reply ewill4 (1430) 6/30/2004 4:00:39 PM

On Wed, 30 Jun 2004 16:00:39 GMT, The Ghost In The Machine
<ewill@aurigae.athghost7038suus.net> wrote in message
<vb3br1-skg.ln1@lexi2.athghost7038suus.net>:
>>>You laugh because you are naive and provincial. Most of the information
>>>you now have comes from the Internet, which was invented and propagated
>>>by Americans. If that is not a good thing, you should sell your equipment
>>>and buy some bongo drums from one of your black back-woods neighbors.
>> you're an idiot.
>> e.g. Nigerians are quick to adopt new technology.
>> even you are clueless about Africa. that's how well informed
>> Americans are.
>You mean 'Murkins', don't you? :-)  (Disclaimer: I'm from the US.
>Of course, I've also been overseas -- as a youngster -- so there
>might be some hope for me.)
>As it is, "Africa Linux" in Google coughs up a number of
>interesting links, some of them stale but it's clear that
>Africa, which has no money (at least compared to the US)
>and few resources (although diamonds is an interesting
>exception!) would be very interested in technologyware
>(to coin a term) that doesn't cost an arm, a leg, and
>one's first-born program to run on older model computers.
>(Since WinXP won't even *run* on older model computers --
>say, early Pentium II era -- Linux clearly wins here.)

small businesses pirate software like crazy here.

-- 
smash yer modem, reboot, kill yerself
Mel the Defiler
member, ATJ regs
webmaster of atjfaq.com
http://www.atjfaq.com/
0
Reply mel9844 (375) 7/1/2004 11:36:42 AM

"Xomicron" <xomicron@wp.pl> wrote in message
news:2kalovF2o2oU1@uni-berlin.de...
> "Douglas D. Anderson" <dda@rr.rochester.com> wrote in
> news:fkADc.397837$M3.349812@twister.nyroc.rr.com:
>
> > Most people in America today are so well informed
>
> That obviously isn't true since people still vote Democrat.

Then you admit that most people voted for Gore?


0
Reply hairy411 (2) 7/1/2004 3:03:19 PM

Hairy wrote:

> 
> "Xomicron" <xomicron@wp.pl> wrote in message
> news:2kalovF2o2oU1@uni-berlin.de...
>> "Douglas D. Anderson" <dda@rr.rochester.com> wrote in
>> news:fkADc.397837$M3.349812@twister.nyroc.rr.com:
>>
>> > Most people in America today are so well informed
>>
>> That obviously isn't true since people still vote Democrat.
> 
> Then you admit that most people voted for Gore?

No, I think that the Democrats have been *ballot* *stuffing* for decades.  
Democratic districts are notorious for that ( remember when Daley used the
names on gravestones to get Kennedy elected in Illinios in 1960 ).   The
League of Women Voters -- a Democratically controlled organization --
oversees that the ballots of Republicans are not read in districts all over
the U.S.

Let me ask you: why has the U.S. been dragging its feet on electronic
voting?  Why, because then the Army of Democrats wouldn't have access to
manipulate all those paper ballots.   And what's more, if this country ever
got a fair reading of what people really think and want -- it would show
that about 75% percent think like, and favor, George Bush and the
Republican philosophy's.  The centralized controlling organs of the
Liberals are the only ones that make any kind of leftist thought remotely
viable.

-- 
w:4

0
Reply boa1 (16) 7/1/2004 3:09:49 PM

Hairy wrote:

> 
> "Xomicron" <xomicron@wp.pl> wrote in message
> news:2kalovF2o2oU1@uni-berlin.de...
>> "Douglas D. Anderson" <dda@rr.rochester.com> wrote in
>> news:fkADc.397837$M3.349812@twister.nyroc.rr.com:
>>
>> > Most people in America today are so well informed
>>
>> That obviously isn't true since people still vote Democrat.
> 
> Then you admit that most people voted for Gore?

Oh, and another thing.  If there was anybody who wasn't convinced that Al
Gore would have made the worst President in history, then Fahrenheit 9/11
should convince them.

Especially that scene where Gore is Presiding over his own defeat in
Congress -- and these people are trying to stick up for him -- but Gore is
smiling and using his gavel to send them off the floor.  It's like the guy
had no will to /fight/ -- here he is, within ( supposedly ) votes of being
President, and he just throws up his hands and quits -- no lawsuit.  All he
had to do was convince /one/ Senator to challenge the results and get a
full recount.  Did he?  NO!    Oh, and he said he did not want to /split/
the country or whatever.  Hey, this was in November 2000.  There was no
9/11 -- the only problem at that point was a vaguely lukewarm stock market. 
And the country /was/ split already if popular vote is any measure of that.

Why the hell did not /one/ Democratic senator challenge the Florida results?

Why did not Gore leave the election kicking and screaming 'foul' ?

Is that the kind of *LOSER* you people would want as President ?!?!?

-- 
w:4

0
Reply boa1 (16) 7/1/2004 3:15:14 PM

"Hairy" <hairy411@hotmail.com> wrote in news:2kindtF2hffaU1@uni-berlin.de:

> "Xomicron" <xomicron@wp.pl> wrote in message
> news:2kalovF2o2oU1@uni-berlin.de...
>
>> "Douglas D. Anderson" <dda@rr.rochester.com> wrote in
>> news:fkADc.397837$M3.349812@twister.nyroc.rr.com:
>>
>>> Most people in America today are so well informed
>>
>> That obviously isn't true since people still vote Democrat.
> 
> Then you admit that most people voted for Gore?

What does Gore have to do with the topic at hand?
0
Reply xomicron (579) 7/1/2004 6:25:53 PM

On 1 Jul 2004 18:25:53 GMT, Xomicron <xomicron@wp.pl> wrote:

>"Hairy" <hairy411@hotmail.com> wrote in news:2kindtF2hffaU1@uni-berlin.de:
>
>> "Xomicron" <xomicron@wp.pl> wrote in message
>> news:2kalovF2o2oU1@uni-berlin.de...
>>
>>> "Douglas D. Anderson" <dda@rr.rochester.com> wrote in
>>> news:fkADc.397837$M3.349812@twister.nyroc.rr.com:
>>>
>>>> Most people in America today are so well informed
>>>
>>> That obviously isn't true since people still vote Democrat.
>> 
>> Then you admit that most people voted for Gore?
>
>What does Gore have to do with the topic at hand?

Smoke and mirrors. It's all that's left in the Republofascist armoury.

Paul.

-- 
.. A .sig is all well and good, but it's no substitute for a personality
.. JMS: "SFX is a fairly useless publication on just about every imaginable front.
  Never have so many jumped-up fanboys done so little, with so much, for so long."
.. EMail: Unless invited to, don't. Your message is likely to be automatically deleted.
0
Reply paul3265 (24) 7/1/2004 6:58:05 PM

Joe Blow <joeblow@volcanomail.com> wrote in message news:<TaednYaVVu7ESn_dRVn-gw@comcast.com>...
> Xomicron wrote:
> > rogue719@hotmail.com (rogue) wrote in
> > news:6e14bcdc.0406291917.42ff8b4b@posting.google.com: 
> > 
> >>Xomicron <xomicron@wp.pl> wrote in message
> >>news:<V5adnSLVnqv9S0DdRVn-hg@wavecable.com>...
> >>
> >>>According to the very Liberal newspaper, The Boston Phoenix, Michael
> >>>Moore's new movie "Fahrenheit 9/11 is far from being a good film, and
> >>>lacks credibility." This is great to see. Even the libbies are turning
> >>>on this fat bastard. 
> >>>
> >>>http://www.bostonphoenix.com/boston/movies/documents/03931494.asp
> >>
> >>JERRY
> >>Your disingenuous post has already been shown up, but I just wanted to
> >>also make the point that the "not so hot" movie was the number one
> >>film in America in the past weekend, including every single one of the
> >>battlefield states.
> > 
> > Not surprising considering that it's a controversial movie going up
> > against several movies that have already been out for a while. The money
> > it has made so far is actually pretty modest compared to most movies that
> > are considered hits. It'll get raped by Spiderman 2 this weekend. In a 
> > month or two, most people will have forgotten about it.
> 
> But most people will not have forgotten what it showed.  Have you
> seen it yet?
> 
> >>Bush's approval ratings dipped yet again.  He's now down to 42% and in
> >>modern history no sitting President has won re-election when they were
> >>less than 50% at this point in the campaign.  Of course, in the case
> >>of your boy Georgie, he didn't win the election in the first place.
> > 
> > Get over it. Bush won the election and there is nothing that proves
> > otherwise. 
> 
> You've gotta admit that the result was pretty abnormal.  I had hoped that
> Gore would have run.  I wanted one of those, "ReElect Gore" stickers.
> 
> >>Wonder what kind of dirty tricks they are planning in Florida this
> >>year?  Oh, that's RIGHT!  The Bushies want to cut another 42000
> >>registered voters again, even though most of the 56000 they cut from
> >>the voter rolls last time were illegally purged and still haven't
> >>gotten back on the voter rolls.
> > 
> > This crap has already been proven to be false many times.
> 
> Really, I am still seeing news stories on it.  

The purges were ordered by the Democratic legislature.

> Perhaps you should
> stop watching Fox.

As if Moore is better than Fox, with his John Bircheresque
conspiracy theories, and his claim that all the recounts
of the Florida vote placed Gore as the winner, when exactly
the opposite is true.
0
Reply hewpiedawg (48) 7/2/2004 7:32:15 PM

ShreekBack wrote:

> Joe Blow <joeblow@volcanomail.com> wrote in message news:<TaednYaVVu7ESn_dRVn-gw@comcast.com>...
> 
>>Xomicron wrote:
>>
>>>rogue719@hotmail.com (rogue) wrote in
>>>news:6e14bcdc.0406291917.42ff8b4b@posting.google.com: 
>>>
>>>
>>>>Xomicron <xomicron@wp.pl> wrote in message
>>>>news:<V5adnSLVnqv9S0DdRVn-hg@wavecable.com>...
>>>>
>>>>
>>>>>According to the very Liberal newspaper, The Boston Phoenix, Michael
>>>>>Moore's new movie "Fahrenheit 9/11 is far from being a good film, and
>>>>>lacks credibility." This is great to see. Even the libbies are turning
>>>>>on this fat bastard. 
>>>>>
>>>>>http://www.bostonphoenix.com/boston/movies/documents/03931494.asp
>>>>
>>>>JERRY
>>>>Your disingenuous post has already been shown up, but I just wanted to
>>>>also make the point that the "not so hot" movie was the number one
>>>>film in America in the past weekend, including every single one of the
>>>>battlefield states.
>>>
>>>Not surprising considering that it's a controversial movie going up
>>>against several movies that have already been out for a while. The money
>>>it has made so far is actually pretty modest compared to most movies that
>>>are considered hits. It'll get raped by Spiderman 2 this weekend. In a 
>>>month or two, most people will have forgotten about it.
>>
>>But most people will not have forgotten what it showed.  Have you
>>seen it yet?
>>
>>
>>>>Bush's approval ratings dipped yet again.  He's now down to 42% and in
>>>>modern history no sitting President has won re-election when they were
>>>>less than 50% at this point in the campaign.  Of course, in the case
>>>>of your boy Georgie, he didn't win the election in the first place.
>>>
>>>Get over it. Bush won the election and there is nothing that proves
>>>otherwise. 
>>
>>You've gotta admit that the result was pretty abnormal.  I had hoped that
>>Gore would have run.  I wanted one of those, "ReElect Gore" stickers.
>>
>>
>>>>Wonder what kind of dirty tricks they are planning in Florida this
>>>>year?  Oh, that's RIGHT!  The Bushies want to cut another 42000
>>>>registered voters again, even though most of the 56000 they cut from
>>>>the voter rolls last time were illegally purged and still haven't
>>>>gotten back on the voter rolls.
>>>
>>>This crap has already been proven to be false many times.
>>
>>Really, I am still seeing news stories on it.  
> 
> The purges were ordered by the Democratic legislature.

I'd bet that the legislature did not order that legal voters be
stricken from the rolls.  I'd bet that result came from the
implementation of the Bush branch of government.

>>Perhaps you should
>>stop watching Fox.
> 
> As if Moore is better than Fox, with his John Bircheresque
> conspiracy theories, and his claim that all the recounts
> of the Florida vote placed Gore as the winner, when exactly
> the opposite is true.

Except for the total recount which the Supreme Court would not
allow.  The numbers are available for you to add up if you are
willing.  BTW, John Birch is more on your wing of politics.
Michael Moore builds his story around some very interesting facts
which you don't seem able to discuss.

Joe

Joe

0
Reply joeblow8628 (8) 7/2/2004 7:55:59 PM

In article <aPVd4wqXEHA.1732@prospero.stardock.local>,
 Xomicron <xomicron@wp.pl> wrote:

> Get over it. Bush won the election and there is nothing that proves
> otherwise. 

Except, y'know, Jeb Bush and Kathryn Harris deliberately striking 57,000 
potential Democrat voters from the rolls in Florida. Which is a fact, 
not rumor or innnuendo.
0
Reply forge10 (1697) 7/3/2004 5:58:07 AM

In article <aPVd4wqXEHA.1732@prospero.stardock.local>,
 Xomicron <xomicron@wp.pl> wrote:

> > Wonder what kind of dirty tricks they are planning in Florida this
> > year?  Oh, that's RIGHT!  The Bushies want to cut another 42000
> > registered voters again, even though most of the 56000 they cut from
> > the voter rolls last time were illegally purged and still haven't
> > gotten back on the voter rolls.
> 
> This crap has already been proven to be false many times.

Cite, please. The news I heard today says you don't know what you're 
talking about.
0
Reply forge10 (1697) 7/3/2004 5:59:08 AM

In article <59b8bc96.0407021132.5692e2d@posting.google.com>,
 hewpiedawg@hotmail.com (ShrikeBack) wrote:

> The purges were ordered by the Democratic legislature.

Sorry, uh-uh - they were ordered by Jeb Bush and his Secretary of State, 
Kathryn Harris.
0
Reply forge10 (1697) 7/3/2004 6:00:23 AM

In article <2kj39gF30kllU2@uni-berlin.de>, Xomicron <xomicron@wp.pl> 
wrote:

> >>> Most people in America today are so well informed
> >>
> >> That obviously isn't true since people still vote Democrat.
> > 
> > Then you admit that most people voted for Gore?
> 
> What does Gore have to do with the topic at hand?

Note that the top phrase, that you replied to, says "most."
0
Reply forge10 (1697) 7/3/2004 6:03:09 AM

ShrikeBack opined thusly on Jul 2:
> Joe Blow <joeblow@volcanomail.com> wrote in message news:<TaednYaVVu7ESn_dRVn-gw@comcast.com>...
>> Xomicron wrote:
>>> rogue719@hotmail.com (rogue) wrote in
>>> news:6e14bcdc.0406291917.42ff8b4b@posting.google.com: 
>>> 
>>>>Xomicron <xomicron@wp.pl> wrote in message
>>>>news:<V5adnSLVnqv9S0DdRVn-hg@wavecable.com>...
>>>>
>>>>>According to the very Liberal newspaper, The Boston Phoenix, Michael
>>>>>Moore's new movie "Fahrenheit 9/11 is far from being a good film, and
>>>>>lacks credibility." This is great to see. Even the libbies are turning
>>>>>on this fat bastard. 
>>>>>
>>>>>http://www.bostonphoenix.com/boston/movies/documents/03931494.asp
>>>>
>>>>JERRY
>>>>Your disingenuous post has already been shown up, but I just wanted to
>>>>also make the point that the "not so hot" movie was the number one
>>>>film in America in the past weekend, including every single one of the
>>>>battlefield states.
>>> 
>>> Not surprising considering that it's a controversial movie going up
>>> against several movies that have already been out for a while. The money
>>> it has made so far is actually pretty modest compared to most movies that
>>> are considered hits. It'll get raped by Spiderman 2 this weekend. In a 
>>> month or two, most people will have forgotten about it.
>> 
>> But most people will not have forgotten what it showed.  Have you
>> seen it yet?
>> 
>>>>Bush's approval ratings dipped yet again.  He's now down to 42% and in
>>>>modern history no sitting President has won re-election when they were
>>>>less than 50% at this point in the campaign.  Of course, in the case
>>>>of your boy Georgie, he didn't win the election in the first place.
>>> 
>>> Get over it. Bush won the election and there is nothing that proves
>>> otherwise. 
>> 
>> You've gotta admit that the result was pretty abnormal.  I had hoped that
>> Gore would have run.  I wanted one of those, "ReElect Gore" stickers.
>> 
>>>>Wonder what kind of dirty tricks they are planning in Florida this
>>>>year?  Oh, that's RIGHT!  The Bushies want to cut another 42000
>>>>registered voters again, even though most of the 56000 they cut from
>>>>the voter rolls last time were illegally purged and still haven't
>>>>gotten back on the voter rolls.
>>> 
>>> This crap has already been proven to be false many times.
>> 
>> Really, I am still seeing news stories on it.  
> 
> The purges were ordered by the Democratic legislature.
> 
>> Perhaps you should
>> stop watching Fox.
> 
> As if Moore is better than Fox, with his John Bircheresque
> conspiracy theories, and his claim that all the recounts
> of the Florida vote placed Gore as the winner, when exactly
> the opposite is true.

Actually, Moore covered his ass very carefully. Review what he actually
said.

Also, here's a great site.  http://snipurl.com/61do
Notice, though, that the NYT wasn't pleased to see the definitive, unbiased
study leave things so conclusively inconclusive. As they say:

	The media consortium that examined the rejected ballots did not include 
	the vast majority of the overvotes in its final counts because there could 
	be no clear determination of a voter's intent. However, The New York Times 
	performed a further analysis on ballots where voters made marks for George 
	W. Bush and another candidate or those with marks for Al Gore and another 
	candidate.

Notice? The NYT "performed a further analysis" on ballots for which "there
could be no clear determination of a voter's intent." Talk about voodoo.
;-)

But anyway,  Moore is an almost preternaturally brilliant deceiver. He
generally leaves an escape margin in case he's accused of lying (he's been
caught without one from time to time). He skirts the periphery of
accountability.

When I was in the Navy tasked with tracking Russian subs, we spoke of the
Atlantic gulf stream as "The Wall." Owing to the peculiarities of sound
propagation in parts of the ocean with a lot of thermal variation, we'd
lose 'em whenever they were on the "other side" of The Wall (the edge of
the current, not the whole thing). But of course, they'd lose us as well,
then.   ;-)   So they'd skirt the very edge of The Wall -- ducking out to
get a bearing on us, then ducking in again -- patiently playing the game.

That's what Moore does with the line of honesty.

I finally saw 9/11, and he's genuinely honed his craft. I nearly fell out
of my seat when I realized how granular and cynical his manipulations (not
just of his information, but rather dramatically of the audience) can be --
always with an escape route, an excuse for his demagoguery. More on that
later. 

-- 

Scott
0
Reply wasREMOVEket5 (27) 7/3/2004 6:45:02 AM

> I finally saw 9/11, and he's genuinely honed his craft. I nearly fell out
> of my seat when I realized how granular and cynical his manipulations (not
> just of his information, but rather dramatically of the audience) can
be --
> always with an escape route, an excuse for his demagoguery. More on that
> later.
>
> -- 
>
> Scott



A wonderful piece of agitprop, at best...

-- 
The generation that used acid to escape reality
Is now using antacid to deal with reality
http://www.dwacon.com



0
Reply hee.haw (3) 7/3/2004 1:50:21 PM

Joe Blow <joeblow@volcanomail.com> wrote in
news:TaednYaVVu7ESn_dRVn-gw@comcast.com: 

>>> Wonder what kind of dirty tricks they are planning in Florida this
>>> year?  Oh, that's RIGHT!  The Bushies want to cut another 42000
>>> registered voters again, even though most of the 56000 they cut from
>>> the voter rolls last time were illegally purged and still haven't
>>> gotten back on the voter rolls.
>> 
>> This crap has already been proven to be false many times.
> 
> Really, I am still seeing news stories on it.

Proof please.
0
Reply xomicron (579) 7/3/2004 3:12:26 PM

Joe Blow <joeblow@volcanomail.com> wrote in message news:<0aWdnXDqtsdPIHjdRVn-sQ@comcast.com>...
> ShreekBack wrote:
> 
> > Joe Blow <joeblow@volcanomail.com> wrote in message news:<TaednYaVVu7ESn_dRVn-gw@comcast.com>...
> > 
> >>Xomicron wrote:
> >>
> >>>rogue719@hotmail.com (rogue) wrote in
> >>>news:6e14bcdc.0406291917.42ff8b4b@posting.google.com: 
> >>>
> >>>
> >>>>Xomicron <xomicron@wp.pl> wrote in message
> >>>>news:<V5adnSLVnqv9S0DdRVn-hg@wavecable.com>...
> >>>>
> >>>>
> >>>>>According to the very Liberal newspaper, The Boston Phoenix, Michael
> >>>>>Moore's new movie "Fahrenheit 9/11 is far from being a good film, and
> >>>>>lacks credibility." This is great to see. Even the libbies are turning
> >>>>>on this fat bastard. 
> >>>>>
> >>>>>http://www.bostonphoenix.com/boston/movies/documents/03931494.asp
> >>>>
> >>>>JERRY
> >>>>Your disingenuous post has already been shown up, but I just wanted to
> >>>>also make the point that the "not so hot" movie was the number one
> >>>>film in America in the past weekend, including every single one of the
> >>>>battlefield states.
> >>>
> >>>Not surprising considering that it's a controversial movie going up
> >>>against several movies that have already been out for a while. The money
> >>>it has made so far is actually pretty modest compared to most movies that
> >>>are considered hits. It'll get raped by Spiderman 2 this weekend. In a 
> >>>month or two, most people will have forgotten about it.
> >>
> >>But most people will not have forgotten what it showed.  Have you
> >>seen it yet?
> >>
> >>
> >>>>Bush's approval ratings dipped yet again.  He's now down to 42% and in
> >>>>modern history no sitting President has won re-election when they were
> >>>>less than 50% at this point in the campaign.  Of course, in the case
> >>>>of your boy Georgie, he didn't win the election in the first place.
> >>>
> >>>Get over it. Bush won the election and there is nothing that proves
> >>>otherwise. 
> >>
> >>You've gotta admit that the result was pretty abnormal.  I had hoped that
> >>Gore would have run.  I wanted one of those, "ReElect Gore" stickers.
> >>
> >>
> >>>>Wonder what kind of dirty tricks they are planning in Florida this
> >>>>year?  Oh, that's RIGHT!  The Bushies want to cut another 42000
> >>>>registered voters again, even though most of the 56000 they cut from
> >>>>the voter rolls last time were illegally purged and still haven't
> >>>>gotten back on the voter rolls.
> >>>
> >>>This crap has already been proven to be false many times.
> >>
> >>Really, I am still seeing news stories on it.  
> > 
> > The purges were ordered by the Democratic legislature.
> 
> I'd bet that the legislature did not order that legal voters be
> stricken from the rolls.  I'd bet that result came from the
> implementation of the Bush branch of government.

Three of the four counties singled out as having the most voting
"irregularities" � Miami-Dade, Palm Beach and Broward �
have election boards dominated by Democrats. The election 
boards were ultimately responsible for maintaining the voter
rolls.

Gee, if I were as prone to appeal to paranoia as Michael 
Moore I might wonder if the Democrats wanted it this way, 
just so they could claim some sort of conspiracy and 
demogogue about it.

Oh yeah, and when Michael Moore referred to Harris as the
"vote count lady" did you feel patronized at all?  Moore
does say Americans are the dumbest people on the planet.

> >>Perhaps you should
> >>stop watching Fox.
> > 
> > As if Moore is better than Fox, with his John Bircheresque
> > conspiracy theories, and his claim that all the recounts
> > of the Florida vote placed Gore as the winner, when exactly
> > the opposite is true.
> 
> Except for the total recount which the Supreme Court would not
> allow.  

Yes, the Supreme Court finally brought an end to the election
that wouldn't end --an election the delay of whose outcome
only worsened the stock market crash and the economy of the 
US.

If I were as conspiratorial as Michael Moore I might wonder
if that was on purpose.  But I'm not.

> The numbers are available for you to add up if you are
> willing.  BTW, John Birch is more on your wing of politics.

I don't have any wings.  Horns, maybe.  Nevertheless, the
JBS doesn't have a monopoly on conspiranoia, obviously.

> Michael Moore builds his story around some very interesting facts
> which you don't seem able to discuss.

What facts do you think I am not willing to discuss?
0
Reply hewpiedawg (48) 7/3/2004 9:27:01 PM

forge <forge@diespammers.youneedageek.com> wrote in message news:<forge-8E6E1D.02002303072004@comcast.dca.giganews.com>...
> In article <59b8bc96.0407021132.5692e2d@posting.google.com>,
>  hewpiedawg@hotmail.com (ShrikeBack) wrote:
> 
> > The purges were ordered by the Democratic legislature.
> 
> Sorry, uh-uh - they were ordered by Jeb Bush and his Secretary of State, 
> Kathryn Harris.

The legislature ordered it, the exectutive branch executed it.  Look
it up, pal.  I know the Democrats don't want you to think too deeply
about it, but be rebellious, take a chance.
0
Reply hewpiedawg (48) 7/3/2004 9:28:32 PM

ShrikeBack wrote:

> Joe Blow <joeblow@volcanomail.com> wrote in message news:<0aWdnXDqtsdPIHjdRVn-sQ@comcast.com>...
> 
>>ShreekBack wrote:
>>
>>
>>>Joe Blow <joeblow@volcanomail.com> wrote in message news:<TaednYaVVu7ESn_dRVn-gw@comcast.com>...
>>>
>>>
>>>>Xomicron wrote:
>>>>
>>>>
>>>>>rogue719@hotmail.com (rogue) wrote in
>>>>>news:6e14bcdc.0406291917.42ff8b4b@posting.google.com: 
>>>>>
>>>>>
>>>>>
>>>>>>Xomicron <xomicron@wp.pl> wrote in message
>>>>>>news:<V5adnSLVnqv9S0DdRVn-hg@wavecable.com>...
>>>>>>
>>>>>>
>>>>>>
>>>>>>>According to the very Liberal newspaper, The Boston Phoenix, Michael
>>>>>>>Moore's new movie "Fahrenheit 9/11 is far from being a good film, and
>>>>>>>lacks credibility." This is great to see. Even the libbies are turning
>>>>>>>on this fat bastard. 
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>http://www.bostonphoenix.com/boston/movies/documents/03931494.asp
>>>>>>
>>>>>>JERRY
>>>>>>Your disingenuous post has already been shown up, but I just wanted to
>>>>>>also make the point that the "not so hot" movie was the number one
>>>>>>film in America in the past weekend, including every single one of the
>>>>>>battlefield states.
>>>>>
>>>>>Not surprising considering that it's a controversial movie going up
>>>>>against several movies that have already been out for a while. The money
>>>>>it has made so far is actually pretty modest compared to most movies that
>>>>>are considered hits. It'll get raped by Spiderman 2 this weekend. In a 
>>>>>month or two, most people will have forgotten about it.
>>>>
>>>>But most people will not have forgotten what it showed.  Have you
>>>>seen it yet?
>>>>
>>>>
>>>>
>>>>>>Bush's approval ratings dipped yet again.  He's now down to 42% and in
>>>>>>modern history no sitting President has won re-election when they were
>>>>>>less than 50% at this point in the campaign.  Of course, in the case
>>>>>>of your boy Georgie, he didn't win the election in the first place.
>>>>>
>>>>>Get over it. Bush won the election and there is nothing that proves
>>>>>otherwise. 
>>>>
>>>>You've gotta admit that the result was pretty abnormal.  I had hoped that
>>>>Gore would have run.  I wanted one of those, "ReElect Gore" stickers.
>>>>
>>>>
>>>>
>>>>>>Wonder what kind of dirty tricks they are planning in Florida this
>>>>>>year?  Oh, that's RIGHT!  The Bushies want to cut another 42000
>>>>>>registered voters again, even though most of the 56000 they cut from
>>>>>>the voter rolls last time were illegally purged and still haven't
>>>>>>gotten back on the voter rolls.
>>>>>
>>>>>This crap has already been proven to be false many times.
>>>>
>>>>Really, I am still seeing news stories on it.  
>>>
>>>The purges were ordered by the Democratic legislature.
>>
>>I'd bet that the legislature did not order that legal voters be
>>stricken from the rolls.  I'd bet that result came from the
>>implementation of the Bush branch of government.
> 
> 
> Three of the four counties singled out as having the most voting
> "irregularities" � Miami-Dade, Palm Beach and Broward �
> have election boards dominated by Democrats. The election 
> boards were ultimately responsible for maintaining the voter
> rolls.
> 
> Gee, if I were as prone to appeal to paranoia as Michael 
> Moore I might wonder if the Democrats wanted it this way, 
> just so they could claim some sort of conspiracy and 
> demogogue about it.
> 
> Oh yeah, and when Michael Moore referred to Harris as the
> "vote count lady" did you feel patronized at all?  Moore
> does say Americans are the dumbest people on the planet.

Not at all.  It is she who certified the vote count.

>>>>Perhaps you should
>>>>stop watching Fox.
>>>
>>>As if Moore is better than Fox, with his John Bircheresque
>>>conspiracy theories, and his claim that all the recounts
>>>of the Florida vote placed Gore as the winner, when exactly
>>>the opposite is true.
>>
>>Except for the total recount which the Supreme Court would not
>>allow.  
> 
> Yes, the Supreme Court finally brought an end to the election
> that wouldn't end --an election the delay of whose outcome
> only worsened the stock market crash and the economy of the 
> US.
> 
> If I were as conspiratorial as Michael Moore I might wonder
> if that was on purpose.  But I'm not.

He merely raised the question.  It clearly was not a typical
situtation.

>>The numbers are available for you to add up if you are
>>willing.  BTW, John Birch is more on your wing of politics.
> 
> I don't have any wings.  Horns, maybe.  Nevertheless, the
> JBS doesn't have a monopoly on conspiranoia, obviously.
> 
>>Michael Moore builds his story around some very interesting facts
>>which you don't seem able to discuss.
>  
> What facts do you think I am not willing to discuss?

You seem to take the role of the RNC is smearing this movie like
the inuendo that Harris has nothing to do the vote count without
mentioning the reason she was on TV constantly and has a very
specific governmental role in the vote count.

You seemed to want to blame the Democratic legislature for the
botched purge when the act occured by the executive branch.

These are the kinds of examples that indicate to me that facts
are not important to you.  Your role seems to be to distort and
spin.

Joe

0
Reply joeblow8628 (8) 7/4/2004 2:57:07 PM

Like pornographer Ken Starr and CNN, who thrived on the opportunity to
introduce the words "oral sex" into everyday usage the way the
initials, H.B. (Horny Bastard) are currently being magnified, the
media is having another salacious field day. I think the real initials
that merit widespread circulation are S.M. (Stupid Morons) because
they apply to the media and to all the authorities who still think
that this is all about sex. This is about the murder of Laci Peterson
and about all the unindicted whores (feel free to be vulgar now that
the media has lowered expectations) who blame an innocent man to cover
up their own incompetence or involvement. At the very least, these
S.M.'s are obstructing justice by distorting the truth about the
murder of Laci
Peterson. If it wasn't for the investigative reports of David Sween,
who has been one step ahead of the effort to frame an innocent man,
Scott Peterson would have been dead and buried by now, just like
Richard Albert Ricci was. The fact that David Sween is responsible for
saving Scott Peterson became graphically plain recently, when the
disgraced prosecution tried to save the
reputation of the incompetent, Detective Allen Brocchini. The
detective had gotten a call about how Scott dumped Laci in the ocean
on April 19, 2003, a day after Scott Peterson was arrested, but
Detective Allen Brocchini did not follow up because, in his words,

"I just couldn't corroborate it, and I just didn't put a lot of stock
in it."

In retrospect, such a call is consistent with the persistent effort to
frame Scott Peterson, and investigator, David Sween, had virually made
that crystal clear when he wrote the following report:

http://www.geocities.com/botenth/scott.htm 

So you see, if David Sween did not methodically and systematically
expose
every absurd plot to frame Scott Peterson, the prosecution might have
fraudulently  "cemented" the case against Scott early on, and he may
have died in prison, just like Richard Albert Ricci did. The April 19
telephone call tip that Brochini dismissed is the very same one that
the prosecution has currently embraced, and that is a clear indication
of the fact that earlier efforts to frame Scott Peterson were
discarded because David Sween exposed every fraudulent effort to
"cement" the case against Scott Peterson.

If Scott has a guardian angel looking over his shoulder, his name is
David Sween, and I seriously believe that in the absence of his
brilliant reporting, Scott Peterson would be dead.

How long is the prison torture of innocent people going to be
tolerated? Why are we not charging Ken Starr for torture? With Susan
McDougal and her husband, did Starr not use cruel and unusual
punishment, did Starr not obstruct justice, did Starr not tamper with
witnesses, did Starr not violate the racketeering statutes with the
far right wing, did Star not...??? If Starr's look-a-like, Distaso,
manages to turn Scott Peterson into another Jim McDougall, are we
going to applaud this license to murder an innocent man? Jim McDougal
was convicted on May 28, 1996 of 18 charges against him. Facing up to
84 years in prison and $4.5 million in fines, McDougal agreed to
cooperate with Starr's office. His cooperation netted a reduced
sentence, and in April 1997 he
was sentenced to three years in prison and a year of house arrest,
three years of probation and a $10,000 fine. Jim McDougal conveniently
died in jail in March 1998. His cooperation produced the allegation
that Susan McDougal and Bill Clinton had been lovers. Was that
statement, (true or not), worth 81 years in jail and almost 4.5
million dollars? Pornographer, Ken Starr evidently
thought so. McDougall's death denied the opportunity to prove that his
original indictment was a consequence of his refusal to lie. Perhaps,
if somebody paid a hefty price for the torture of Jim McDougal, the
murders of Chandra Levy and Laci Peterson would have at least been
investigated in a competent manner, because as long as justice is
about harrassing innocent people, it doesn't
exist. 

http://www.geocities.com/botenth/scott.htm
0
Reply rstacey (6) 7/4/2004 7:45:58 PM

On 4 Jul 2004 12:45:58 -0700, rstacey@runbox.com (Madelin McKinnon)
wrote in alt.tasteless.jokes in message
<8916096a.0407041145.3ce7b26f@posting.google.com>:

>Like pornographer Ken Starr and CNN,

Fuck off, spammer.
--
V.G.

Change pobox dot alaska to gci.
"I wanted a car I could run down pedestrians with.  But one with a comfy ride, like a sofa on wheels." - Father Haskell

"No doubt about it, 9-11 was orchestrated by Lockheed." - *lexa 'connects the dots' (cg5t80pl73d7r1s8113tqd19qse0ji0nrq@4ax.com)
(This sig file contains not less than 80% recycled SPAM)

Sarcasm is my sword, Apathy is my shield.
0
Reply vgorilla (185) 7/6/2004 1:21:08 AM

hewpiedawg@hotmail.com (ShrikeBack) wrote in message news:<59b8bc96.0407031328.7fc6f733@posting.google.com>...
> forge <forge@diespammers.youneedageek.com> wrote in message news:<forge-8E6E1D.02002303072004@comcast.dca.giganews.com>...
> > In article <59b8bc96.0407021132.5692e2d@posting.google.com>,
> >  hewpiedawg@hotmail.com (ShrikeBack) wrote:
> > 
> > > The purges were ordered by the Democratic legislature.
> > 
> > Sorry, uh-uh - they were ordered by Jeb Bush and his Secretary of State, 
> > Kathryn Harris.
> 
> The legislature ordered it, the exectutive branch executed it.  Look
> it up, pal.  I know the Democrats don't want you to think too deeply
> about it, but be rebellious, take a chance.

JERRY
Yes and no.

The legislature ordered that convicted felons be removed from the
voter rolls in accordance with law.  That is true.  However, the
decision of how many names to take and the criteria used to remove
them was left up to the executive branch (Harris and Bush) who were
the ones to decide to remove over 57000 names from the list, over
55,000 of whom should not have been removed.
0
Reply rogue719 (93) 7/6/2004 7:39:13 PM

rogue719@hotmail.com (rogue) wrote in message news:<6e14bcdc.0407061139.1fe6fe99@posting.google.com>...
> hewpiedawg@hotmail.com (ShrikeBack) wrote in message news:<59b8bc96.0407031328.7fc6f733@posting.google.com>...
> > forge <forge@diespammers.youneedageek.com> wrote in message news:<forge-8E6E1D.02002303072004@comcast.dca.giganews.com>...
> > > In article <59b8bc96.0407021132.5692e2d@posting.google.com>,
> > >  hewpiedawg@hotmail.com (ShrikeBack) wrote:
> > > 
> > > > The purges were ordered by the Democratic legislature.
> > > 
> > > Sorry, uh-uh - they were ordered by Jeb Bush and his Secretary of State, 
> > > Kathryn Harris.
> > 
> > The legislature ordered it, the exectutive branch executed it.  Look
> > it up, pal.  I know the Democrats don't want you to think too deeply
> > about it, but be rebellious, take a chance.
> 
> JERRY
> Yes and no.
> 
> The legislature ordered that convicted felons be removed from the
> voter rolls in accordance with law.  That is true.  However, the
> decision of how many names to take and the criteria used to remove
> them was left up to the executive branch (Harris and Bush) who were
> the ones to decide to remove over 57000 names from the list, over
> 55,000 of whom should not have been removed.

Those numbers.  Where do they come from?
0
Reply hewpiedawg (48) 7/7/2004 4:14:07 AM

hewpiedawg@hotmail.com (ShrikeBack) wrote in
news:59b8bc96.0407062014.78e0a10@posting.google.com: 

> rogue719@hotmail.com (rogue) wrote in message
> news:<6e14bcdc.0407061139.1fe6fe99@posting.google.com>... 
>
>> hewpiedawg@hotmail.com (ShrikeBack) wrote in message
>> news:<59b8bc96.0407031328.7fc6f733@posting.google.com>... 
>>
>>> forge <forge@diespammers.youneedageek.com> wrote in message
>>> news:<forge-8E6E1D.02002303072004@comcast.dca.giganews.com>... 
>>>
>>>> In article <59b8bc96.0407021132.5692e2d@posting.google.com>,
>>>>  hewpiedawg@hotmail.com (ShrikeBack) wrote:
>>>> 
>>>>> The purges were ordered by the Democratic legislature.
>>>> 
>>>> Sorry, uh-uh - they were ordered by Jeb Bush and his Secretary of
>>>> State, Kathryn Harris.
>>> 
>>> The legislature ordered it, the exectutive branch executed it.  Look
>>> it up, pal.  I know the Democrats don't want you to think too deeply
>>> about it, but be rebellious, take a chance.
>> 
>> JERRY
>> Yes and no.
>> 
>> The legislature ordered that convicted felons be removed from the
>> voter rolls in accordance with law.  That is true.  However, the
>> decision of how many names to take and the criteria used to remove
>> them was left up to the executive branch (Harris and Bush) who were
>> the ones to decide to remove over 57000 names from the list, over
>> 55,000 of whom should not have been removed.
> 
> Those numbers.  Where do they come from?

His ass.
0
Reply xomicron (579) 7/7/2004 11:59:24 AM

begin  <59b8bc96.0407062014.78e0a10@posting.google.com>,
	hewpiedawg@hotmail.com (ShrikeBack) writes:
> rogue719@hotmail.com (rogue) wrote in message news:<6e14bcdc.0407061139.1fe6fe99@posting.google.com>...
> 
>> The legislature ordered that convicted felons be removed from the
>> voter rolls in accordance with law.  That is true.  However, the
>> decision of how many names to take and the criteria used to remove
>> them was left up to the executive branch (Harris and Bush) who were
>> the ones to decide to remove over 57000 names from the list, over
>> 55,000 of whom should not have been removed.
> 
> Those numbers.  Where do they come from?

Here's one link:

http://www.gregpalast.com/detail.cfm?artid=217&row=2

'Five months before the election, Florida Secretary of State Katherine
 Harris ordered the removal of 57,700 names from Florida's voter
 rolls on grounds that they were felons. Voter rolls contain the names
 of all eligible, registered voters. If you're not on the list,
 you don't get to vote.

 If you commit a felony in Florida, you lose your right to vote there,
 and you\u2018re "scrubbed" from the rolls. You become a
 non-citizen, like in the old Soviet Union. This is not the case in
 most other states; it's an uncivilized vestige of the Deep South.

 My office carefully went through the scrub list and discovered that
 at minimum, 90.2 percent of the people were completely innocent of any
 crime - except for being African American. We didn't have to guess
 about that, because next to each voter's name was their race.

 When I questioned Harris' office about the high percentage of
 African Americans on the scrub list, they responded, "Well, you
 know how many black people commit crimes"'
0
Reply rgc4 (3200) 7/7/2004 2:51:17 PM

rgc@nodomain.none (Roy Culley) wrote in
news:58ftr1-e5k.ln1@nw8000.swissptt.ch: 

> begin  <59b8bc96.0407062014.78e0a10@posting.google.com>,
>      hewpiedawg@hotmail.com (ShrikeBack) writes:
>> rogue719@hotmail.com (rogue) wrote in message
>> news:<6e14bcdc.0407061139.1fe6fe99@posting.google.com>... 
>> 
>>> The legislature ordered that convicted felons be removed from the
>>> voter rolls in accordance with law.  That is true.  However, the
>>> decision of how many names to take and the criteria used to remove
>>> them was left up to the executive branch (Harris and Bush) who were
>>> the ones to decide to remove over 57000 names from the list, over
>>> 55,000 of whom should not have been removed.
>> 
>> Those numbers.  Where do they come from?
> 
> Here's one link:
> 
> http://www.gregpalast.com/detail.cfm?artid=217&row=2
> 
> 'Five months before the election, Florida Secretary of State Katherine
>  Harris ordered the removal of 57,700 names from Florida's voter
>  rolls on grounds that they were felons. Voter rolls contain the names
>  of all eligible, registered voters. If you're not on the list,
>  you don't get to vote.
> 
>  If you commit a felony in Florida, you lose your right to vote there,
>  and you\u2018re "scrubbed" from the rolls. You become a
>  non-citizen, like in the old Soviet Union.

I bet the United States also did a lot of other things similar to the 
Soviet Union. Like provided public education for instance.

>  This is not the case in most other states; it's an uncivilized vestige
>  of the Deep South. 

Wrong again. Forty-six states plus the District of Columbia restrict the 
voting rights of felons in some manner.

>  My office carefully went through the scrub list and discovered that
>  at minimum, 90.2 percent of the people were completely innocent of any
>  crime - except for being African American. We didn't have to guess
>  about that, because next to each voter's name was their race.

Considering your sloppiness on your other "facts", we can safely conclude 
that this is bullshit as well.

>  When I questioned Harris' office about the high percentage of
>  African Americans on the scrub list, they responded, "Well, you
>  know how many black people commit crimes"

This is bullshit. There is no credible source for this quote.

Next time at least try to find an honest source for your claptrap.
0
Reply xomicron (579) 7/7/2004 4:05:58 PM

On 6 Jul 2004 21:14:07 -0700, hewpiedawg@hotmail.com (ShrikeBack)
wrote in alt.tasteless.jokes in message
<59b8bc96.0407062014.78e0a10@posting.google.com>:

>rogue719@hotmail.com (rogue) wrote in message news:<6e14bcdc.0407061139.1fe6fe99@posting.google.com>...
>> hewpiedawg@hotmail.com (ShrikeBack) wrote in message news:<59b8bc96.0407031328.7fc6f733@posting.google.com>...
>> > forge <forge@diespammers.youneedageek.com> wrote in message news:<forge-8E6E1D.02002303072004@comcast.dca.giganews.com>...
>> > > In article <59b8bc96.0407021132.5692e2d@posting.google.com>,
>> > >  hewpiedawg@hotmail.com (ShrikeBack) wrote:
>> > > 
>> > > > The purges were ordered by the Democratic legislature.
>> > > 
>> > > Sorry, uh-uh - they were ordered by Jeb Bush and his Secretary of State, 
>> > > Kathryn Harris.
>> > 
>> > The legislature ordered it, the exectutive branch executed it.  Look
>> > it up, pal.  I know the Democrats don't want you to think too deeply
>> > about it, but be rebellious, take a chance.
>> 
>> JERRY
>> Yes and no.
>> 
>> The legislature ordered that convicted felons be removed from the
>> voter rolls in accordance with law.  That is true.  However, the
>> decision of how many names to take and the criteria used to remove
>> them was left up to the executive branch (Harris and Bush) who were
>> the ones to decide to remove over 57000 names from the list, over
>> 55,000 of whom should not have been removed.
>
>Those numbers.  Where do they come from?

Numbers are everywhere.  I find one I like in the newspaper, cut it
out with scissors, and glue it onto a large piece of poster board.
I'm still not sure how that picture of Cameron Diaz got on there,
though.  I think my poster board may have been 'hacked'.  I tried
cutting numbers out of the TV, with disastrous results.
--
V.G.

Change pobox dot alaska to gci.
"I wanted a car I could run down pedestrians with.  But one with a comfy ride, like a sofa on wheels." - Father Haskell

"No doubt about it, 9-11 was orchestrated by Lockheed." - *lexa 'connects the dots' (cg5t80pl73d7r1s8113tqd19qse0ji0nrq@4ax.com)
(This sig file contains not less than 80% recycled SPAM)

Sarcasm is my sword, Apathy is my shield.
0
Reply vgorilla (185) 7/7/2004 7:52:58 PM

Xomicron <xomicron@wp.pl> wrote in message news:<y#vYKxDZEHA.1732@prospero.stardock.local>...
> rgc@nodomain.none (Roy Culley) wrote in
> news:58ftr1-e5k.ln1@nw8000.swissptt.ch: 
> 
> > begin  <59b8bc96.0407062014.78e0a10@posting.google.com>,
> >      hewpiedawg@hotmail.com (ShrikeBack) writes:
> >> rogue719@hotmail.com (rogue) wrote in message
> >> news:<6e14bcdc.0407061139.1fe6fe99@posting.google.com>... 
> >> 
> >>> The legislature ordered that convicted felons be removed from the
> >>> voter rolls in accordance with law.  That is true.  However, the
> >>> decision of how many names to take and the criteria used to remove
> >>> them was left up to the executive branch (Harris and Bush) who were
> >>> the ones to decide to remove over 57000 names from the list, over
> >>> 55,000 of whom should not have been removed.
> >> 
> >> Those numbers.  Where do they come from?
> > 
> > Here's one link:
> > 
> > http://www.gregpalast.com/detail.cfm?artid=217&row=2
> > 
> > 'Five months before the election, Florida Secretary of State Katherine
> >  Harris ordered the removal of 57,700 names from Florida's voter
> >  rolls on grounds that they were felons. Voter rolls contain the names
> >  of all eligible, registered voters. If you're not on the list,
> >  you don't get to vote.
> > 
> >  If you commit a felony in Florida, you lose your right to vote there,
> >  and you\u2018re "scrubbed" from the rolls. You become a
> >  non-citizen, like in the old Soviet Union.

> SNUBIS 
> I bet the United States also did a lot of other things similar to the 
> Soviet Union. Like provided public education for instance.

JERRY
Certainly these days:

1.  The US has a secret shadow government now, just like the old
Soviets.
2.  The Patriot Act gives the government nearly unlimited power to spy
on it's own citizens, just like the old Soviet Union.
3.  The US detains people they wish to call "enemy combatants" for
unlimited periods of time without access to legal counsel, and have
even moved prisoners around to prevent the International Red Cross
from interviewing them, just like the Soviet Union.
4.  The US now invades other countries pre-emptively, murders their
civilian populace in the name of "liberating" them, arrests them
without evidence and then tortures them in local prisons, just like
the old Soviet Union.
5.  The government routinely fabricates reasons for these actions in
order to justify them to their citizens and the rest of the world,
just like the old Soviet Union.
6.  In other countries where we "liberate" the populace, if they dare
to disagree with our actions in their newly "liberated" fourth estate,
we shut down their news services, just like the old Soviet Union
would.



> 
> >  This is not the case in most other states; it's an uncivilized vestige
> >  of the Deep South. 

>SNUBIS 
> Wrong again. Forty-six states plus the District of Columbia restrict the 
> voting rights of felons in some manner.

JERRY
Cite?


> > (quoting Greg Palast)
> >  My office carefully went through the scrub list and discovered that
> >  at minimum, 90.2 percent of the people were completely innocent of any
> >  crime - except for being African American. We didn't have to guess
> >  about that, because next to each voter's name was their race.

>SNUBIS 
> Considering your sloppiness on your other "facts", we can safely conclude 
> that this is bullshit as well.

JERRY
These numbers aren't new.  I think I posted something on it a month or
so ago and at that time listed the Palast site as well as at least two
others that all had almost identical numbers.  In your case, bullshit
is what you shovel cause you got nothing else to offer.

> 
> >  When I questioned Harris' office about the high percentage of
> >  African Americans on the scrub list, they responded, "Well, you
> >  know how many black people commit crimes"

>SNUBIS 
> This is bullshit. There is no credible source for this quote.
> Next time at least try to find an honest source for your claptrap.

JERRY
You really need to get out and find some other news sources than
conservative ones.

http://www.americanassembler.com/issues/media/index.html

The only one here not being honest is you.  If you are being honest
and you seriously believe this, you are one of the most ignorant
motherfuckers on the face of the globe.
0
Reply rogue719 (93) 7/9/2004 1:22:41 AM

hewpiedawg@hotmail.com (ShrikeBack) wrote in message news:<59b8bc96.0407062014.78e0a10@posting.google.com>...
> rogue719@hotmail.com (rogue) wrote in message news:<6e14bcdc.0407061139.1fe6fe99@posting.google.com>...
> > hewpiedawg@hotmail.com (ShrikeBack) wrote in message news:<59b8bc96.0407031328.7fc6f733@posting.google.com>...
> > > forge <forge@diespammers.youneedageek.com> wrote in message news:<forge-8E6E1D.02002303072004@comcast.dca.giganews.com>...
> > > > In article <59b8bc96.0407021132.5692e2d@posting.google.com>,
> > > >  hewpiedawg@hotmail.com (ShrikeBack) wrote:
> > > > 
> > > > > The purges were ordered by the Democratic legislature.
> > > > 
> > > > Sorry, uh-uh - they were ordered by Jeb Bush and his Secretary of State, 
> > > > Kathryn Harris.
> > > 
> > > The legislature ordered it, the exectutive branch executed it.  Look
> > > it up, pal.  I know the Democrats don't want you to think too deeply
> > > about it, but be rebellious, take a chance.
> > 
> > JERRY
> > Yes and no.
> > 
> > The legislature ordered that convicted felons be removed from the
> > voter rolls in accordance with law.  That is true.  However, the
> > decision of how many names to take and the criteria used to remove
> > them was left up to the executive branch (Harris and Bush) who were
> > the ones to decide to remove over 57000 names from the list, over
> > 55,000 of whom should not have been removed.
> 
> Those numbers.  Where do they come from?

JERRY
I actually did some Googling of the topic about a month or so ago.  I
posted the findings and the sources for the conservative mook Snubis
at that time.
0
Reply rogue719 (93) 7/9/2004 1:23:49 AM

hewpiedawg@hotmail.com (ShrikeBack) wrote in message news:<59b8bc96.0407062014.78e0a10@posting.google.com>...
> rogue719@hotmail.com (rogue) wrote in message news:<6e14bcdc.0407061139.1fe6fe99@posting.google.com>...
> > hewpiedawg@hotmail.com (ShrikeBack) wrote in message news:<59b8bc96.0407031328.7fc6f733@posting.google.com>...
> > > forge <forge@diespammers.youneedageek.com> wrote in message news:<forge-8E6E1D.02002303072004@comcast.dca.giganews.com>...
> > > > In article <59b8bc96.0407021132.5692e2d@posting.google.com>,
> > > >  hewpiedawg@hotmail.com (ShrikeBack) wrote:
> > > > 
> > > > > The purges were ordered by the Democratic legislature.
> > > > 
> > > > Sorry, uh-uh - they were ordered by Jeb Bush and his Secretary of State, 
> > > > Kathryn Harris.
> > > 
> > > The legislature ordered it, the exectutive branch executed it.  Look
> > > it up, pal.  I know the Democrats don't want you to think too deeply
> > > about it, but be rebellious, take a chance.
> > 
> > JERRY
> > Yes and no.
> > 
> > The legislature ordered that convicted felons be removed from the
> > voter rolls in accordance with law.  That is true.  However, the
> > decision of how many names to take and the criteria used to remove
> > them was left up to the executive branch (Harris and Bush) who were
> > the ones to decide to remove over 57000 names from the list, over
> > 55,000 of whom should not have been removed.
> 
> Those numbers.  Where do they come from?

JERRY
One more thing that SNUBIS keeps running away from is that regarding
absentee ballots.  First, the state of Florida sent out duplicate
absentee ballots, which typically go to military members who nearly
always vote Republican.  There are some stories on it (at the time
that I read it, it was carried by Yahoo News after being picked up by
one of the major news services, either AP or Reuters, don't remember
which now).

However, most of the information on absentee ballots and Florida 2000
you will find has more to do with voter fraud done by Republicans
where they took thousands of ballots that were mismarked, and would
have been tossed aside and in four counties, "interpreted" what the
voters meant and filled out new absentee ballot forms for George Bush,
giving him over 10,000 votes he wouldn't have had.  There are tons of
articles on this one.

Not only was it blatant voter fraud, but then the GOP had the nerve
when Gore was trying to get hand recounts to argue to the Supreme
Court that no one else had the right to attempt to "interpret" a
voter's intent.  Something they had just done to give Bush 10,000+
additional votes that would have not counted previously.

When all the ballots were counted eventually, Bush most likely would
have still lost the election, and it was so close even with
disenfranchising over 55,00 voters, even with falsifying over 10,000
ballots, even with Bush losing the popular vote by over half a million
votes, that they still had to get the Supreme Court to stop the
balloting and give the election to Bush.

Now, they want to remove over 42,000 more people from the voter rolls
for this year's election, not give any notice so that valid,
registered voters can contest the vote and try to disenfranchise
thousands more.

It's not about who can win the election with these kinds of people,
but how best to steal it.
0
Reply rogue719 (93) 7/9/2004 1:33:07 AM

rogue719@hotmail.com (rogue) wrote in
news:6e14bcdc.0407081722.1f8ca760@posting.google.com: 

> Xomicron <xomicron@wp.pl> wrote in message
> news:<y#vYKxDZEHA.1732@prospero.stardock.local>... 
>
>> rgc@nodomain.none (Roy Culley) wrote in
>> news:58ftr1-e5k.ln1@nw8000.swissptt.ch: 
>> 
>>> begin  <59b8bc96.0407062014.78e0a10@posting.google.com>,
>>>      hewpiedawg@hotmail.com (ShrikeBack) writes:
>>>> rogue719@hotmail.com (rogue) wrote in message
>>>> news:<6e14bcdc.0407061139.1fe6fe99@posting.google.com>... 
>>>> 
>>>>> The legislature ordered that convicted felons be removed from the
>>>>> voter rolls in accordance with law.  That is true.  However, the
>>>>> decision of how many names to take and the criteria used to remove
>>>>> them was left up to the executive branch (Harris and Bush) who were
>>>>> the ones to decide to remove over 57000 names from the list, over
>>>>> 55,000 of whom should not have been removed.
>>>> 
>>>> Those numbers.  Where do they come from?
>>> 
>>> Here's one link:
>>> 
>>> http://www.gregpalast.com/detail.cfm?artid=217&row=2
>>> 
>>> 'Five months before the election, Florida Secretary of State
>>> Katherine 
>>>  Harris ordered the removal of 57,700 names from Florida's voter
>>>  rolls on grounds that they were felons. Voter rolls contain the
>>>  names of all eligible, registered voters. If you're not on the list,
>>>  you don't get to vote.
>>> 
>>>  If you commit a felony in Florida, you lose your right to vote
>>>  there, and you\u2018re "scrubbed" from the rolls. You become a
>>>  non-citizen, like in the old Soviet Union.
>>
>> SNUBIS 
>> I bet the United States also did a lot of other things similar to the 
>> Soviet Union. Like provided public education for instance.
> 
> JERRY
> Certainly these days:
> 
> 1.  The US has a secret shadow government now, just like the old
> Soviets.

The United States has had a so-called "shadow government" years before Bush 
ever took office.

> 2.  The Patriot Act gives the government nearly unlimited power to spy
> on it's own citizens, just like the old Soviet Union.

No it doesn't.

> 3.  The US detains people they wish to call "enemy combatants" for
> unlimited periods of time without access to legal counsel, and have
> even moved prisoners around to prevent the International Red Cross
> from interviewing them, just like the Soviet Union.

Prisoners of war don't get legal counsel.

> 4.  The US now invades other countries pre-emptively, murders their
> civilian populace in the name of "liberating" them, arrests them
> without evidence and then tortures them in local prisons, just like
> the old Soviet Union.

Except that the United States doesn't do that. Amazing what lies liberals 
will believe.

> 5.  The government routinely fabricates reasons for these actions in
> order to justify them to their citizens and the rest of the world,
> just like the old Soviet Union.

Another kook brainwashed by DNC talking points.

> 6.  In other countries where we "liberate" the populace, if they dare
> to disagree with our actions in their newly "liberated" fourth estate,
> we shut down their news services, just like the old Soviet Union
> would.

*Yawn* Are you quite finished?

>>>  This is not the case in most other states; it's an uncivilized
>>>  vestige of the Deep South. 
>>
>> SNUBIS 
>> Wrong again. Forty-six states plus the District of Columbia restrict
>> the voting rights of felons in some manner.
> 
> JERRY
> Cite?

http://www.detnews.com/2000/politics/0011/26/a20-153631.htm

>>> (quoting Greg Palast)
>>>  My office carefully went through the scrub list and discovered that
>>>  at minimum, 90.2 percent of the people were completely innocent of
>>>  any crime - except for being African American. We didn't have to
>>>  guess about that, because next to each voter's name was their race.
> 
>> SNUBIS 
>> Considering your sloppiness on your other "facts", we can safely
>> conclude that this is bullshit as well.
> 
> JERRY
> These numbers aren't new.

Yet they can't be backed up by a legitimite source.

>>>  When I questioned Harris' office about the high percentage of
>>>  African Americans on the scrub list, they responded, "Well, you
>>>  know how many black people commit crimes"
>>
>> SNUBIS 
>> This is bullshit. There is no credible source for this quote.
>> Next time at least try to find an honest source for your claptrap.
> 
> JERRY
> You really need to get out and find some other news sources than
> conservative ones.
> 
> http://www.americanassembler.com/issues/media/index.html

Your website has nothing to do with that quote.
0
Reply xomicron (579) 7/9/2004 1:34:07 AM

Xomicron <xomicron@wp.pl> wrote in message news:<d59dcd6063e1331036bfbc199c0e7720@news.bubbanews.com>...
> >>> 
> >>>  If you commit a felony in Florida, you lose your right to vote
> >>>  there, and you\u2018re "scrubbed" from the rolls. You become a
> >>>  non-citizen, like in the old Soviet Union.
> >>
> >> SNUBIS 
> >> I bet the United States also did a lot of other things similar to the 
> >> Soviet Union. Like provided public education for instance.
> > 
> > JERRY
> > Certainly these days:
> > 
> > 1.  The US has a secret shadow government now, just like the old
> > Soviets.

>SNUBIS 
> The United States has had a so-called "shadow government" years before Bush 
> ever took office.

JERRY
No, they had a plan, drawn up during the Eisenhower Administration. 
There's a difference in putting together a contingency plan and acting
upon it.
> 
> > 2.  The Patriot Act gives the government nearly unlimited power to spy
> > on it's own citizens, just like the old Soviet Union.

> SNUBIS
> No it doesn't.

JERRY
The Patriot Act gives the government the power to obtain wiretaps,
listen to conversations, snoop your email, and in some cases to do
illegal search and seizures without first obtaining a warrant and
showing probably cause.  It's a violation of the 4th Amendment of the
Constitution.

> 
> > 3.  The US detains people they wish to call "enemy combatants" for
> > unlimited periods of time without access to legal counsel, and have
> > even moved prisoners around to prevent the International Red Cross
> > from interviewing them, just like the Soviet Union.

> SNUBIS 
> Prisoners of war don't get legal counsel.

JERRY
They are normally kept until the end of the war, but Bush has declared
war on a noun and it's an unwinnable war.  How do you "destroy"
terrorism?  All it takes is one or two people who disagree with you
and are willing to take extreme action.  On top of that, you failed to
address that the US also attempted to prevent visits by the
International Red Cross for some of their prisoners.


> 
> > 4.  The US now invades other countries pre-emptively, murders their
> > civilian populace in the name of "liberating" them, arrests them
> > without evidence and then tortures them in local prisons, just like
> > the old Soviet Union.
> 
> Except that the United States doesn't do that. Amazing what lies liberals 
> will believe.

JERRY
Oh, are you saying that the government of Iraq invited us in?  That's
what the Soviets tried to claim of the Afghani's in the 1980's.  Who
invited us to Iraq?  Oh, I KNOW, the person who invited us was
Chalabi, the Iranian spy whom the Bush Administration believed more
than they believed their own intelligence (demonstrating a distinct
lack of intelligence themselves)


> 
> > 5.  The government routinely fabricates reasons for these actions in
> > order to justify them to their citizens and the rest of the world,
> > just like the old Soviet Union.

> SNUBIS
> Another kook brainwashed by DNC talking points.

JERRY
Got WMD's?  Sounds like you are the one brainwashed by the lies of the
Fox News Network.
> 
> > 6.  In other countries where we "liberate" the populace, if they dare
> > to disagree with our actions in their newly "liberated" fourth estate,
> > we shut down their news services, just like the old Soviet Union
> > would.

>SNUBIS 
> *Yawn* Are you quite finished?

JERRY
Apparently you are.  Your rebuttal consists almost entirely of "no it
isn't!" statements.  You debate like a five year old. ;-)
> 
> >>>  This is not the case in most other states; it's an uncivilized
> >>>  vestige of the Deep South. 
> >>
> >> SNUBIS 
> >> Wrong again. Forty-six states plus the District of Columbia restrict
> >> the voting rights of felons in some manner.
> > 
> > JERRY
> > Cite?
> 
> http://www.detnews.com/2000/politics/0011/26/a20-153631.htm

JERRY
Yes but they are only disenfranchising the convicted felons.  In
Florida, Bush and Harris disenfranchised over 55,000 non-felons.
> 
> >>> (quoting Greg Palast)
> >>>  My office carefully went through the scrub list and discovered that
> >>>  at minimum, 90.2 percent of the people were completely innocent of
> >>>  any crime - except for being African American. We didn't have to
> >>>  guess about that, because next to each voter's name was their race.
>  
> >> SNUBIS 
> >> Considering your sloppiness on your other "facts", we can safely
> >> conclude that this is bullshit as well.
> > 
> > JERRY
> > These numbers aren't new.

> SNUBIS 
> Yet they can't be backed up by a legitimite source.

JERRY
What do you consider a "legitimate source?"  Fox News?  LOL.  If you
can show more legitimate numbers from more legitimate sources, have
at.  Your argument so far is, "I don't trust your source."  We've
provided numbers and sources.  Do your own research.


> 
> >>>  When I questioned Harris' office about the high percentage of
> >>>  African Americans on the scrub list, they responded, "Well, you
> >>>  know how many black people commit crimes"
> >>
> >> SNUBIS 
> >> This is bullshit. There is no credible source for this quote.
> >> Next time at least try to find an honest source for your claptrap.

JERRY
See if you can find a better one.

> > 
> > JERRY
> > You really need to get out and find some other news sources than
> > conservative ones.
> > 
> > http://www.americanassembler.com/issues/media/index.html

> SNUBIS 
> Your website has nothing to do with that quote.

JERRY
Didn't claim it did, and you apparently missed the point.  Now,
there's a big surprise. ;-)
0
Reply rogue719 (93) 7/9/2004 5:08:49 PM

rogue719@hotmail.com (rogue) wrote in
news:6e14bcdc.0407090908.13d985e4@posting.google.com: 

> Xomicron <xomicron@wp.pl> wrote in message
> news:<d59dcd6063e1331036bfbc199c0e7720@news.bubbanews.com>... 
>> >>> 
>> >>>  If you commit a felony in Florida, you lose your right to vote
>> >>>  there, and you\u2018re "scrubbed" from the rolls. You become a
>> >>>  non-citizen, like in the old Soviet Union.
>> >>
>> >> SNUBIS 
>> >> I bet the United States also did a lot of other things similar to
>> >> the Soviet Union. Like provided public education for instance.
>> > 
>> > JERRY
>> > Certainly these days:
>> > 
>> > 1.  The US has a secret shadow government now, just like the old
>> > Soviets.
> 
>>SNUBIS 
>> The United States has had a so-called "shadow government" years before
>> Bush ever took office.
> 
> JERRY
> No, they had a plan, drawn up during the Eisenhower Administration. 
> There's a difference in putting together a contingency plan and acting
> upon it.
>> 
>> > 2.  The Patriot Act gives the government nearly unlimited power to
>> > spy on it's own citizens, just like the old Soviet Union.
> 
>> SNUBIS
>> No it doesn't.
> 
> JERRY
> The Patriot Act gives the government the power to obtain wiretaps,
> listen to conversations, snoop your email, and in some cases to do
> illegal search and seizures without first obtaining a warrant and
> showing probably cause.  It's a violation of the 4th Amendment of the
> Constitution.
> 
>> 
>> > 3.  The US detains people they wish to call "enemy combatants" for
>> > unlimited periods of time without access to legal counsel, and have
>> > even moved prisoners around to prevent the International Red Cross
>> > from interviewing them, just like the Soviet Union.
> 
>> SNUBIS 
>> Prisoners of war don't get legal counsel.
> 
> JERRY
> They are normally kept until the end of the war, but Bush has declared
> war on a noun and it's an unwinnable war.  How do you "destroy"
> terrorism?  All it takes is one or two people who disagree with you
> and are willing to take extreme action.  On top of that, you failed to
> address that the US also attempted to prevent visits by the
> International Red Cross for some of their prisoners.
> 
> 
>> 
>> > 4.  The US now invades other countries pre-emptively, murders their
>> > civilian populace in the name of "liberating" them, arrests them
>> > without evidence and then tortures them in local prisons, just like
>> > the old Soviet Union.
>> 
>> Except that the United States doesn't do that. Amazing what lies
>> liberals will believe.
> 
> JERRY
> Oh, are you saying that the government of Iraq invited us in?  That's
> what the Soviets tried to claim of the Afghani's in the 1980's.  Who
> invited us to Iraq?  Oh, I KNOW, the person who invited us was
> Chalabi, the Iranian spy whom the Bush Administration believed more
> than they believed their own intelligence (demonstrating a distinct
> lack of intelligence themselves)
> 
> 
>> 
>> > 5.  The government routinely fabricates reasons for these actions in
>> > order to justify them to their citizens and the rest of the world,
>> > just like the old Soviet Union.
> 
>> SNUBIS
>> Another kook brainwashed by DNC talking points.
> 
> JERRY
> Got WMD's?  Sounds like you are the one brainwashed by the lies of the
> Fox News Network.
>> 
>> > 6.  In other countries where we "liberate" the populace, if they dare
>> > to disagree with our actions in their newly "liberated" fourth
>> > estate, we shut down their news services, just like the old Soviet
>> > Union would.
> 
>>SNUBIS 
>> *Yawn* Are you quite finished?
> 
> JERRY
> Apparently you are.  Your rebuttal consists almost entirely of "no it
> isn't!" statements.

Nothing else needs to be said when you post non-truths.
 
>> >>>  This is not the case in most other states; it's an uncivilized
>> >>>  vestige of the Deep South. 
>> >>
>> >> SNUBIS 
>> >> Wrong again. Forty-six states plus the District of Columbia restrict
>> >> the voting rights of felons in some manner.
>> > 
>> > JERRY
>> > Cite?
>> 
>> http://www.detnews.com/2000/politics/0011/26/a20-153631.htm
> 
> JERRY
> Yes but they are only disenfranchising the convicted felons.  In
> Florida, Bush and Harris disenfranchised over 55,000 non-felons.

Your lack of proof is noted.

>> >>> (quoting Greg Palast)
>> >>>  My office carefully went through the scrub list and discovered
>> >>>  that at minimum, 90.2 percent of the people were completely
>> >>>  innocent of any crime - except for being African American. We
>> >>>  didn't have to guess about that, because next to each voter's name
>> >>>  was their race. 
>>  
>> >> SNUBIS 
>> >> Considering your sloppiness on your other "facts", we can safely
>> >> conclude that this is bullshit as well.
>> > 
>> > JERRY
>> > These numbers aren't new.
> 
>> SNUBIS 
>> Yet they can't be backed up by a legitimite source.
> 
> JERRY
> What do you consider a "legitimate source?"  Fox News?  LOL.  If you
> can show more legitimate numbers from more legitimate sources, have
> at.  Your argument so far is, "I don't trust your source."  We've
> provided numbers and sources.  Do your own research.

Your lack of proof is noted.

>> >>>  When I questioned Harris' office about the high percentage of
>> >>>  African Americans on the scrub list, they responded, "Well, you
>> >>>  know how many black people commit crimes"
>> >>
>> >> SNUBIS 
>> >> This is bullshit. There is no credible source for this quote.
>> >> Next time at least try to find an honest source for your claptrap.
> 
> JERRY
> See if you can find a better one.

Do your own homework.

>> > JERRY
>> > You really need to get out and find some other news sources than
>> > conservative ones.
>> > 
>> > http://www.americanassembler.com/issues/media/index.html
> 
>> SNUBIS 
>> Your website has nothing to do with that quote.
> 
> JERRY
> Didn't claim it did, and you apparently missed the point.  Now,
> there's a big surprise. ;-)

Your point had nothing to do with the conversation.
0
Reply xomicron (579) 7/9/2004 8:35:56 PM

Xomicron <xomicron@wp.pl> wrote in message news:<2l8dtcFa0hmeU1@uni-berlin.de>...
> >>SNUBIS 
> >> *Yawn* Are you quite finished?
> > 
> > JERRY
> > Apparently you are.  Your rebuttal consists almost entirely of "no it
> > isn't!" statements.

>SNUBIS 
> Nothing else needs to be said when you post non-truths.

JERRY
What have I posted that wasn't true?  The numbers in Florida are
posted and it's already known and admitted historical fact.  I turned
it up in five minutes using Google.

The patriot act's erosion of American's privacy is fact.  
The invasion of Iraq is fact, as well as the shutting down of it's
newly "liberated" press for printing stories that the American
occupation didn't like.

The arrest on trumped up charges of Iraqi citizens and their
subsequent torture in Abu Ghreib prison is fact and well documented.

What's the matter, don't like that you make a stupid statement about
the US and the Soviets and someone is pointing out to you that your
boy Bush is making us more like the Soviet Union than you would like?

> > JERRY
> > Yes but they are only disenfranchising the convicted felons.  In
> > Florida, Bush and Harris disenfranchised over 55,000 non-felons.

>SNUBIS 
> Your lack of proof is noted.

JERRY
You have the quote from Greg Palast. It's been posted here by someone
else, but I posted it and several others some time ago, again in
response to you, but you failed to respond.  I guess you got nothing
to respond to factual information with, do you?

> 
> >> >>> (quoting Greg Palast)
> >> >>>  My office carefully went through the scrub list and discovered
> >> >>>  that at minimum, 90.2 percent of the people were completely
> >> >>>  innocent of any crime - except for being African American. We
> >> >>>  didn't have to guess about that, because next to each voter's name
> >> >>>  was their race. 
>  
> >> >> SNUBIS 
> >> >> Considering your sloppiness on your other "facts", we can safely
> >> >> conclude that this is bullshit as well.
> >> > 
> >> > JERRY
> >> > These numbers aren't new.
>  
> >> SNUBIS 
> >> Yet they can't be backed up by a legitimite source.
> > 
> > JERRY
> > What do you consider a "legitimate source?"  Fox News?  LOL.  If you
> > can show more legitimate numbers from more legitimate sources, have
> > at.  Your argument so far is, "I don't trust your source."  We've
> > provided numbers and sources.  Do your own research.

>SNUBIS 
> Your lack of proof is noted.

JERRY
You have the quote from Greg Palast. It's been posted here by someone
else, but I posted it and several others some time ago, again in
response to you, but you failed to respond.  I guess you got nothing
to respond to factual information with, do you?
> 
> >> >>>  When I questioned Harris' office about the high percentage of
> >> >>>  African Americans on the scrub list, they responded, "Well, you
> >> >>>  know how many black people commit crimes"
> >> >>
> >> >> SNUBIS 
> >> >> This is bullshit. There is no credible source for this quote.
> >> >> Next time at least try to find an honest source for your claptrap.
> > 
> > JERRY
> > See if you can find a better one.

>SNUBIS 
> Do your own homework.

JERRY
I did and so have others, and these are the numbers that we keep
coming up with.  If you can provide more reliable numbers, find and
post them or admit that these are the numbers.  Any other response is
just more lies on your part.
> 
> >> > JERRY
> >> > You really need to get out and find some other news sources than
> >> > conservative ones.
> >> > 
> >> > http://www.americanassembler.com/issues/media/index.html
>  
> >> SNUBIS 
> >> Your website has nothing to do with that quote.
> > 
> > JERRY
> > Didn't claim it did, and you apparently missed the point.  Now,
> > there's a big surprise. ;-)

>SNUBIS 
> Your point had nothing to do with the conversation.

JERRY
Wrong again.  It had everything to do with it.  The point was that you
support Bush based on misperceptions you have based upon the
conservative news sources you frequent rather than real news.

That's why you should watch Fahrenheit 9/11.  ;-)  Open your eyes,
Snubis.  there is a big world out there and Fox is only giving you
what the Bushies want you to see.
0
Reply rogue719 (93) 7/10/2004 3:51:57 AM

rogue wrote:

 That's why you should watch Fahrenheit 9/11.  ;-)  Open your eyes,
> Snubis.  there is a big world out there and Fox is only giving you
> what the Bushies want you to see.

F/911 degrease is the best advertisement for Bush that ever was made.

TY, MM... (!)
0
Reply fdm1 (9) 7/10/2004 3:57:30 AM

Boston is a very racist city, so I don't think they should complain
about anyone else.

  The film has gotten rave reviews from all sides.  It is changing
hearts and minds, and that pisses off the real propagandists--the
pukes who want our world to be blown up by the madman from Crawford
Texas.
0
Reply toggle2 (1) 7/25/2004 6:55:27 PM

On Sun, 25 Jul 2004 11:55:27 -0700, Frank Church wrote:

> Boston is a very racist city, so I don't think they should complain
> about anyone else.
> 
>   The film has gotten rave reviews from all sides.  It is changing
> hearts and minds, and that pisses off the real propagandists--the
> pukes who want our world to be blown up by the madman from Crawford
> Texas.

If only it was based 100 percent on fact instead of conjecture and
creative editing.
There is no doubt that Moore is a creative genious, but that doesn't mean
everything he says is true.



-- 
Patricia Fitzhenry
Remove DEL to reply
Registered Linux user #358464


0
Reply patty_fitz_del_henry (265) 7/25/2004 7:02:22 PM
comp.os.linux.advocacy 118146 articles. 12 followers. Post

92 Replies
5555 Views

Similar Articles

[PageSpeed] 56


  • Permalink
  • submit to reddit
  • Email
  • Follow


Reply:

Similar Artilces:

What you missed out from Fahrenheit 9/11
Part 1. Saddam told Bush he can come in with his inspectors in August of 2002. Bush got incredibly angry for some reason when Saddam told him that. It was like a total surprize for Bush. So, why did Bush get so surprized? Guess what! Bush was already planning on taking over Iraq, based on a simple thingy: Saddam was not letting in inspectors, therefore Bush had a simple case to take over Iraq. It was all seemingly incredibly simple. Bush got so angry that his plans were spoiled, that he began bullying Saddam out of control. Literally, his response to Saddam was the following: that Sa...

OT: Fahrenheit 9/11
Fahrenheit 9/11 has a distributor and will be released at the end of June. It is being distributed by Lions Gate... a Canadian company. Moore had a hard time finding an American company that was willing to distribute this movie that there is an undeniable desire by the US population to see... Sure, it is political... but if the media were truly as left as many claim, you would think they would jump at the chance to have their name attached to this. Why do you think US companies were reluctant to show this film? In any case, the trailer is out: http://www.fahrenheit911.com/trailer/ To get ...

Fahrenheit 9/11 In Theaters Tomorrow
Don't forget that Fahrenheit 9/11 opens in theaters nationwide tomorrow. This excellent anti-Bush film has some very good laughs. It doesn't hurt that it was made by one of Americas greatest directors - Michael Moore either. In article <nospam-AB1198.14003324062004@news.supernews.com>, John <nospam@nospam.com> wrote: > Don't forget that Fahrenheit 9/11 opens in theaters nationwide tomorrow. > This excellent anti-Bush film has some very good laughs. It doesn't > hurt that it was made by one of Americas greatest directors - Michael > Moore e...

The other way around Fahrenheit 9/11
The other way around: Terrorists from Canada attack Bagdad. Saddam, the self-proclaimed leader of the world declares war on terrorism and attacks the US (as the US has a lot of dollars). In 20 days he overthrows Bush and never even bothers about Canada. Quite a fight against terrorism. American militants fight fiercely against the takeover. In no time Americans are dressed as Arabs. Heil Hitler! ...

[OT] Brownshirts Police Reactions To Fahrenheit 9/11
http://klastv.com/Global/story.asp?S=1970759&nav=168XODtA The Loonie Left at its usual. Cuss and discuss. -- Why settle for the lesser evil? Cthulhu for President 2004 In article <n5uud0luiknvj50pbbimq3m11lc230mcn3@4ax.com>, Mayor of R'lyeh <ev515o@hotmail.com> wrote: > http://klastv.com/Global/story.asp?S=1970759&nav=168XODtA > The Loonie Left at its usual. Nice balanced coverage by the so-called liberal media there. I like how they got only the "victim's" point of view. And I bet he was behaving perfectly nice and just expressing his poin...

OT: Rightwingers try to axe Fahrenheit 9/11 ads
http://film.guardian.co.uk/news/story/0,12589,1254278,00.html ----- Start Quotes ----- A rightwing US pressure group is calling for a ban on television advertising for Michael Moore's controversial film Fahrenheit 9/11, claiming it amounts to "electioneering". .... "I want to thank all the rightwing organisations out there who tried to stop the film, either from their harassment campaign that didn't work on the theatre owners, or going to the FEC to get our ads removed from television, to all the things that have been said on television," Moore said. "It&#...

'Fahrenheit 9/11' a No. 1 Hit Across America
http://www.reuters.com/newsArticle.jhtml?type=topNews&storyID=5523358 According to studio estimates issued on Sunday, "Fahrenheit 9/11," in which Moore takes aim at President Bush, and the war in Iraq, opened at No. 1 after selling about $21.8 million worth of tickets in the United States and Canada since June 25. All told, the movie's total stands at $21.96 million, because it got a head-start on Wednesday in two Manhattan theaters to help build more media buzz before expanding to a relatively modest 868 theaters two days later. (By contrast, most of the other movies in th...

Top Ten George W. Bush Complaints About "Fahrenheit 9/11"
Letterman�s Top Ten List: �Top Ten George W. Bush Complaints About "Fahrenheit 9/11": 10. That actor who played the President was totally unconvincing 9. It oversimplified the way I stole the election 8. Too many of them fancy college-boy words 7. If Michael Moore had waited a few months, he could have included the part where I get him deported 6. Didn't have one of them hilarious monkeys who smoke cigarettes and gives people the finger 5. Of all Michael Moore's accusations, only 97% are true 4. Not sure - - I passed out after a piece of popcorn lodged i...

9 11 on 9 11 [dem]
It's 9:11 on 9/11. Rudy must be in rapture. -- War will never cease until babies begin to come into the world with larger cerebrums and smaller adrenal glands. 2 H. L. Mencken On Thu, 11 Sep 2008 21:12:39 -0600, Ron Ford posted: > It's 9:11 on 9/11. Rudy must be in rapture. misposted in clc. sorry -- What men value in this world is not rights but privileges. 7 H. L. Mencken ...

Google the video "9/11 Missing Links". 9/11 was a Jew Job! #9
From: "Suzi Mrezutttii" <suzi.mrezutttii@1:261/38.remove-8mo-this> From: "Suzi Mrezutttii" <suzi.mrezutttii@1:261/38.remove-v8v-this> From: "Suzi Mrezutttii" <suzi.mrezutttii@1:261/38.remove-7rm-this> From: "Suzi Mrezutttii" <suzi.mrezutttii@1:261/38.remove-rj6-this> From: "Suzi Mrezutttii" <suzi.mrezutttii@1:261/38.remove-4g4-this> From: Suzi Mrezutttii <suziemrezitti@gmail.com> COPY THIS MESSAGE FAST BECAUSE JEWS AND TRAITORS DELETE IT FAST! After Jews created Israel illegally, Israel...

Google the video "9/11 Missing Links". 9/11 was a Jew Job!
COPY THIS MESSAGE FAST BECAUSE JEWS AND TRAITORS DELETE IT FAST! After Jews created Israel illegally, Israel became the main base of criminal operations for the most insane type of Jews called Zionists. Israeli Jews murdered JFK in 1963 because JFK did not allow them to have atomic bombs. Read the book "Final Judgment" by Michael Piper, available online in pdf, also google for video presentation by author. Since Americans let the Jews get away with JFK murder, just four years later in 1967, Israeli Jews murdered 34 servicemen of American Navy, and seriously wounded 174, whe...

Google the video "9/11 Missing Links". 9/11 was a Jew Job!
COPY THIS MESSAGE FAST BECAUSE JEWS AND TRAITORS DELETE IT FAST! After Jews created Israel illegally, Israel became the main base of criminal operations for the most insane type of Jews called Zionists. Israeli Jews murdered JFK in 1963 because JFK did not allow them to have atomic bombs. Read the book "Final Judgment" by Michael Piper, available online in pdf, also google for video presentation by author. Since Americans let the Jews get away with JFK murder, just four years later in 1967, Israeli Jews murdered 34 servicemen of American Navy, and seriously wounded 174, whe...

Google the video "9/11 Missing Links". 9/11 was a Jew Job!
COPY THIS MESSAGE FAST BECAUSE JEWS AND TRAITORS DELETE IT FAST! After Jews created Israel illegally, Israel became the main base of criminal operations for the most insane type of Jews called Zionists. Israeli Jews murdered JFK in 1963 because JFK did not allow them to have atomic bombs. Read the book "Final Judgment" by Michael Piper, available online in pdf, also google for video presentation by author. Since Americans let the Jews get away with JFK murder, just four years later in 1967, Israeli Jews murdered 34 servicemen of American Navy, and seriously wounded 174, whe...

Google the video "9/11 Missing Links". 9/11 was a Jew Job!
COPY THIS MESSAGE FAST BECAUSE JEWS AND TRAITORS DELETE IT FAST! After Jews created Israel illegally, Israel became the main base of crimina= l operations for the most insane type of Jews called Zionists. Israeli Jews= murdered JFK in 1963 because JFK did not allow them to have atomic bombs. = Read the book "Final Judgment" by Michael Piper, available online in pdf, a= lso google for video presentation by author. Since Americans let the Jews g= et away with JFK murder, just four years later in 1967, Israeli Jews murder= ed 34 servicemen of American Navy, and seriously wound...

Google the video "9/11 Missing Links". 9/11 was a Jew Job!
COPY THIS MESSAGE FAST BECAUSE JEWS AND TRAITORS DELETE IT FAST! After Jews created Israel illegally, Israel became the main base of criminal operations for the most insane type of Jews called Zionists. Israeli Jews murdered JFK in 1963 because JFK did not allow them to have atomic bombs. Read the book "Final Judgment" by Michael Piper, available online in pdf, also google for video presentation by author. Since Americans let the Jews get away with JFK murder, just four years later in 1967, Israeli Jews murdered 34 servicemen of American Navy, and seriously wounded 174, whe...

Google the video "9/11 Missing Links". 9/11 was a Jew Job!
COPY THIS MESSAGE FAST BECAUSE JEWS AND TRAITORS DELETE IT FAST! After Jews created Israel illegally, Israel became the main base of criminal operations for the most insane type of Jews called Zionists. Israeli Jews murdered JFK in 1963 because JFK did not allow them to have atomic bombs. Read the book "Final Judgment" by Michael Piper, available online in pdf, also google for video presentation by author. Since Americans let the Jews get away with JFK murder, just four years later in 1967, Israeli Jews murdered 34 servicemen of American Navy, and seriously wounded 174, w...

Version 11 on 9/11?
http://www.nulime.com/p161089 "Dave Harris" <dave.jan.harris@att.net> wrote in news:k01Lg.49982 $5i3.1877@bgtnsc04-news.ops.worldnet.att.net: > > > http://www.nulime.com/p161089 > The quote from the description: "Corel Paint Shop Pro Photo combines automatic photo fixes, precision editing controls and a built - in photo organizer, making it the easiest way to get professional - looking photos, fast!" That sounds like the biggest difference between XI and X will be the integration of Photo Album - or at least its database feature - into XI...

Google the video "9/11 Missing Links". 9/11 was a Jew Job!
COPY THIS MESSAGE FAST BECAUSE JEWS AND TRAITORS DELETE IT FAST! After Jews created Israel illegally, Israel became the main base of criminal operations for the most insane type of Jews called Zionists. Israeli Jews murdered JFK in 1963 because JFK did not allow them to have atomic bombs. Read the book "Final Judgment" by Michael Piper, available online in pdf, also google for video presentation by author. Since Americans let the Jews get away with JFK murder, just four years later in 1967, Israeli Jews murdered 34 servicemen of American Navy, and seriously wounded 174, w...

Version 11 on 9/11?
http://www.nulime.com/p161089 "Dave Harris" <dave.jan.harris@att.net> wrote in news:k01Lg.49982 $5i3.1877@bgtnsc04-news.ops.worldnet.att.net: > > > http://www.nulime.com/p161089 > The quote from the description: "Corel Paint Shop Pro Photo combines automatic photo fixes, precision editing controls and a built - in photo organizer, making it the easiest way to get professional - looking photos, fast!" That sounds like the biggest difference between XI and X will be the integration of Photo Album - or at least its database feature - into XI...

Google the video "9/11 Missing Links". 9/11 was a Jew Job! #6
From: "Suzi Mrezutttii" <suzi.mrezutttii@1:261/38.remove-rj6-this> From: "Suzi Mrezutttii" <suzi.mrezutttii@1:261/38.remove-4g4-this> From: Suzi Mrezutttii <suziemrezitti@gmail.com> COPY THIS MESSAGE FAST BECAUSE JEWS AND TRAITORS DELETE IT FAST! After Jews created Israel illegally, Israel became the main base of criminal operations for the most insane type of Jews called Zionists. Israeli Jews murdered JFK in 1963 because JFK did not allow them to have atomic bombs. Read the book "Final Judgment" by Michael Piper, available o...

Google the video "9/11 Missing Links". 9/11 was a Jew Job! #2
COPY THIS MESSAGE FAST BECAUSE JEWS AND TRAITORS DELETE IT FAST! After Jews created Israel illegally, Israel became the main base of criminal operations for the most insane type of Jews called Zionists. Israeli Jews murdered JFK in 1963 because JFK did not allow them to have atomic bombs. Read the book "Final Judgment" by Michael Piper, available online in pdf, also google for video presentation by author. Since Americans let the Jews get away with JFK murder, just four years later in 1967, Israeli Jews murdered 34 servicemen of American Navy, and seriously wounded 174, w...

Google the video "9/11 Missing Links". 9/11 was a Jew Job! #2
COPY THIS MESSAGE FAST BECAUSE JEWS AND TRAITORS DELETE IT FAST! After Jews created Israel illegally, Israel became the main base of criminal operations for the most insane type of Jews called Zionists. Israeli Jews murdered JFK in 1963 because JFK did not allow them to have atomic bombs. Read the book "Final Judgment" by Michael Piper, available online in pdf, also google for video presentation by author. Since Americans let the Jews get away with JFK murder, just four years later in 1967, Israeli Jews murdered 34 servicemen of American Navy, and seriously wounded 174, w...

Google the video "9/11 Missing Links". 9/11 was a Jew Job! #6
COPY THIS MESSAGE FAST BECAUSE JEWS AND TRAITORS DELETE IT FAST! After Jews created Israel illegally, Israel became the main base of criminal operations for the most insane type of Jews called Zionists. Israeli Jews murdered JFK in 1963 because JFK did not allow them to have atomic bombs. Read the book "Final Judgment" by Michael Piper, available online in pdf, also google for video presentation by author. Since Americans let the Jews get away with JFK murder, just four years later in 1967, Israeli Jews murdered 34 servicemen of American Navy, and seriously wounded 174, whe...

Google the video "9/11 Missing Links". 9/11 was a Jew Job! #2
COPY THIS MESSAGE FAST BECAUSE JEWS AND TRAITORS DELETE IT FAST! After Jews created Israel illegally, Israel became the main base of criminal operations for the most insane type of Jews called Zionists. Israeli Jews murdered JFK in 1963 because JFK did not allow them to have atomic bombs. Read the book "Final Judgment" by Michael Piper, available online in pdf, also google for video presentation by author. Since Americans let the Jews get away with JFK murder, just four years later in 1967, Israeli Jews murdered 34 servicemen of American Navy, and seriously wounded 174, w...