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Taliban chat client

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keaghkatan
10-01-2006
05:38 AM ET (US)
why haven't we asked the infidels what they want. It seems to me that our govs thought is to say we won't speak to you unless you stop killing anyone have a thought
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john howard
04-29-2006
08:11 AM ET (US)
wen will you bomb us
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mmmmm
04-14-2002
04:59 AM ET (US)
i did not manage to dl the script .... could you send it to me at myspamail@yahoo.com please ?
thanks
later
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Joey AccordionGuy deVilla
04-12-2002
03:17 PM ET (US)
Been running it for a couple of hours now. For the most part, it's good old mIRC with a coupel of add-ons: the five-times-daily prayer reminder which plays a call-to-prayer, and cute little factoids that you can cut-and-paste into heated arguments with infidel dogs.

The picture of John Walker Lindh, captioned "The Taliban" in the upper right-hand corner of every text window is amusing. Has there ever been a picture of him where he doesn't look as rag-tag as Tom Hanks in Castaway? Shouldn't there be someone who's been with the Taliban longer instead -- say Mullah Omar or Osama? Even more important, aren't the Taliban against the depiction of people in photos and paintings anyway?

The two things I like most about the app are in the "About..." windows:

1. This little slogan: "The Taliban, the most friendly people in the world, possibly the universe"

2. This tech support notice: "If you have any problem with this program, any Suggestion, any thing you want to Share Just email me and I will answer to you as soon as I can (InshaAllah) [meaning 'God willing']". If only all tech support messages were that truthful.

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