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Adebayour, Johan Djorou, Robin van Persie and Thierry Henry was also a Muslim, converted by his English wife. I believe there to be many more Muslim Arsenal players.

Bin Laden supported Arsenal when he studied at Oxford University and has commented that he believes that the camaraderie at a football match between fans and the passion involved is something to behold in itself. He must have been to a derby game.
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That's so silly. :fairy:
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Lets get back to films, shall we...
I think Spike Lee supports Arsenal as well. He always walks around on set, wearing their shirt.
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It's not very exciting supporting a team that good is it?
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Redundant user";p="898333 wrote:It's not very exciting supporting a team that good is it?
It is. Its like having sex with the hottest girl in high school. Every saturday at 15:00...
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Thunder";p="898380 wrote:
Redundant user";p="898333 wrote:It's not very exciting supporting a team that good is it?
It is. Its like having sex with the hottest girl in high school. Every saturday at 15:00...
I have nothing to say.
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Well I do... Who edited my Spike Lee post?


Isnt there such a thing called freedom of speech?
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Edited? Free speech? I simply corrected your spelling, son.
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Fine... But Im not happy.
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Bums don't deserve happiness.

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*writes a sign, asking for some of that cash*
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I read shampoo bottles.
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wow

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This agression won't stand man!
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Global Ecology by Colin Tudge.
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Harry Potter.
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Don Delillo - Cosmopolis.

Once again, his style intrigues me, but I'm totally unsure whether this was any good at all.
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Have you read Underworld?
I'm reading Libra right now.
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Underworld was the first I read, and is the epitome of "im not sure if this was great, or a wank". Cosmopolis is the third. White Noise I really liked.

Speaking of wank, check out (while its still up) the review of his newest on Radio National.

http://www.abc.net.au/rn/bookshow/stori ... 043714.htm

Whilst being interesting, the guy spends more time playing "I can make 1001 literary references" than talking about the book. Now, though I have not read Falling Man, what else I've read about it seems (and I could be wrong) to suggest some significance in the suitcase. In comparison, it would be like reviewing Underworld and not mentioning the baseball.
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