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Fox Skirts & The War Effort, Con’t

A few readers sent me this, from a blogsite purportedly written by a militaryman, seemingly in Kuwait:

Met with some of the locals again today.

They were excited. They are anticipating the end of Saddam’s evil regime even more than we are.

They were glued to their satellite TV set, switching between Al-Jazeera, FOX News, BBC, the local station, and Iraqi TV. They especially enjoyed the female anchor on FOX, with her short skirt.

“What city?” One asked, pointing at the woman on the TV.

“New York.”

“I must go there!” They all laughed.

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