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Pakistan Bans YouTube

The government of Pakistan has blocked access to YouTube over anti-Islamic clips posted on the video-sharing site. What do you think?
  • "It's a shame that now the only place for Pakistan's amateur filmmakers to post their work is CNN."

    Chris Ricciardi Documentation Clerk
  • "Hopefully there will be a day in which little Pakistani boys and girls can come together with their Western counterparts and watch a video of a horny donkey trying to hump a guy taking a leak in its pasture."

    Janelle Ashland Purification Assistant
  • "I'd expect this kind of fear-mongering behavior from Russia, China, America, France, England, Iran, Japan, Spain, Germany, Venezuela, and Israel. But not Pakistan."

    Blake Barrie Asbestos Abatement Worker

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