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hi wredling

I will definitely agree with that, like the Iraq war, some actions could have been made smoother, but the overall fact that "you" are helping someone in need just makes a lot more sense.

Back to my main question

What made you want to do this topic? Just cus it was easy? Or did it actually mean something to you?

Reason for main topic

I was using it for a research project but then became very interested in it. I am trying to get as much information on the topic as possible so I can see public intrest and opinions. --Wredling 12:16, 27 May 2009 (CDT)

Let's see what other topics there are

Hey, Wredling! Let's look around and see if there are any other good topics around and send stuff to them!--Bizzy 12:19, 27 May 2009 (CDT)

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