Packed on the roofs of buses and
trucks, Muslims return from a three-day religious gathering in Raiwind -- a town
in the Punjab region of Pakistan, on Nov. 8, 2009.
Arif Ali/AFP/Getty Images
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August 27, 2010
Like everything, this war was born out of confusion and with confusion there will be miscommunication. One of the hardest part of translation, will be of course, getting the unsaid, said. The words that there are no literal translation for and the local customs that you just cannot put into words.
I was at gatwick airport parking my car one day went a little boy tried to ask me for direction. What happened, well lets say I mis-interpreted What he was saying and it ended terribly
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This is what happens when you have a society that just doesn't give a shit about themselves or each other and they? are only out for themselves.
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