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November 9, 2007

This is a test. I am not really writing anything here.

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September 23, 2007

hola senorita

┬┐what are you up to?

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September 23, 2007

The general opinion about the visit of Iranin president Mahmoud Ahmadinejad to Columbia University seems to be one of consent. A couple of undergrad Columbia students go as far as to use the word jerk when describing the president, but, those same critics believe strongly in freedom of speech. Therefore, even if the majority of the Columbia campus disagrees with Ahmadinjad and his beliefs, they feel strongly that he shouldnt be denied of his natural rights. The question arises whether this kind of controversial reaction would occur in any other place. The fact that Columbia University better yet, New York City is so diverse, allows for this kind of a response. Imagine the reaction Ahmadinejad would get if he was to give a speech at the University of Austin, in Texas.

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September 23, 2007

The general opinion about the visit of Iranin president Mahmoud Ahmadinejad to Columbia University seems to be one of consent. A couple of undergrad Columbia students go as far as to use the word jerk when describing the president, but, those same critics believe strongly in freedom of speech. Therefore, even if the majority of the Columbia campus disagrees with Ahmadinjad and his beliefs, they feel strongly that he shouldnt be denied of his natural rights. The question arises whether this kind of controversial reaction would occur in any other place. The fact that Columbia University better yet, New York City is so diverse, allows for this kind of a response. Imagine the reaction Ahmadinejad would get if he was to give a speech at the University of Austin, in Texas.

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September 23, 2007

The general opinion about the visit of Iranin president Mahmoud Ahmadinejad to Columbia University seems to be one of consent. A couple of undergrad Columbia students go as far as to use the word jerk when describing the president, but, those same critics believe strongly in freedom of speech. Therefore, even if the majority of the Columbia campus disagrees with Ahmadinjad and his beliefs, they feel strongly that he shouldnt be denied of his natural rights. The question arises whether this kind of controversial reaction would occur in any other place. The fact that Columbia University better yet, New York City is so diverse, allows for this kind of a response. Imagine the reaction Ahmadinejad would get if he was to give a speech at the University of Austin, in Texas.

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September 23, 2007

The general opinion about the visit of Iranin president Mahmoud Ahmadinejad to Columbia University seems to be one of consent. A couple of undergrad Columbia students go as far as to use the word jerk when describing the president, but, those same critics believe strongly in freedom of speech. Therefore, even if the majority of the Columbia campus disagrees with Ahmadinjad and his beliefs, they feel strongly that he shouldnt be denied of his natural rights. The question arises whether this kind of controversial reaction would occur in any other place. The fact that Columbia University better yet, New York City is so diverse, allows for this kind of a response. Imagine the reaction Ahmadinejad would get if he was to give a speech at the University of Austin, in Texas.

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September 23, 2007

The general opinion about the visit of Iranin president Mahmoud Ahmadinejad to Columbia University seems to be one of consent. A couple of undergrad Columbia students go as far as to use the word jerk when describing the president, but, those same critics believe strongly in freedom of speech. Therefore, even if the majority of the Columbia campus disagrees with Ahmadinjad and his beliefs, they feel strongly that he shouldnt be denied of his natural rights. The question arises whether this kind of controversial reaction would occur in any other place. The fact that Columbia University better yet, New York City is so diverse, allows for this kind of a response. Imagine the reaction Ahmadinejad would get if he was to give a speech at the University of Austin, in Texas.

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September 23, 2007

The general opinion about the visit of Iranin president Mahmoud Ahmadinejad to Columbia University seems to be one of consent. A couple of undergrad Columbia students go as far as to use the word jerk when describing the president, but, those same critics believe strongly in freedom of speech. Therefore, even if the majority of the Columbia campus disagrees with Ahmadinjad and his beliefs, they feel strongly that he shouldnt be denied of his natural rights. The question arises whether this kind of controversial reaction would occur in any other place. The fact that Columbia University better yet, New York City is so diverse, allows for this kind of a response. Imagine the reaction Ahmadinejad would get if he was to give a speech at the University of Austin, in Texas.

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September 23, 2007

The general opinion about the visit of Iranin president Mahmoud Ahmadinejad to Columbia University seems to be one of consent. A couple of undergrad Columbia students go as far as to use the word jerk when describing the president, but, those same critics believe strongly in freedom of speech. Therefore, even if the majority of the Columbia campus disagrees with Ahmadinjad and his beliefs, they feel strongly that he shouldnt be denied of his natural rights. The question arises whether this kind of controversial reaction would occur in any other place. The fact that Columbia University better yet, New York City is so diverse, allows for this kind of a response. Imagine the reaction Ahmadinejad would get if he was to give a speech at the University of Austin, in Texas.

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September 23, 2007

The general opinion about the visit of Iranin president Mahmoud Ahmadinejad to Columbia University seems to be one of consent. A couple of undergrad Columbia students go as far as to use the word jerk when describing the president, but, those same critics believe strongly in freedom of speech. Therefore, even if the majority of the Columbia campus disagrees with Ahmadinjad and his beliefs, they feel strongly that he shouldnt be denied of his natural rights. The question arises whether this kind of controversial reaction would occur in any other place. The fact that Columbia University better yet, New York City is so diverse, allows for this kind of a response. Imagine the reaction Ahmadinejad would get if he was to give a speech at the University of Austin, in Texas.

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