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U.S., Pakistan Exchange Fire

Troops from the United States exchanged gunfire with our ally Pakistan on the Afghan-Pakistani border. What do you think?
  • "Brief cross-border firefights are just the Army's way of razzing its friends. It's the military equivalent of a noogie."

    Darrel Pearlman Systems Analyst
  • "We can relieve tensions with Pakistan by firing some missiles into Israel. Pakistan will like it and Israel will probably be too flummoxed to even respond."

    Syd Burrell Gallery Dealer
  • ''If we keep pulling this kind of stunt, pretty soon we might not be very well liked over there.''

    Damon Rawls Dog Breeder

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