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2008-11-27 12:24:00
Looking at these pictures, I wonder if it’s the same woman in both pictures. Your face may change with age, but never the eyes.
2008-11-27 01:05:51
who can finish reading this asshat's puked up tirade?! anyway for those of us who actually care about the pictures, this precious Afghan girl was made famous back in the 1980s on a cover of National Geographic and Ntl Grphc went back recently a photographed her again, and the general comment was how hard life was on women during Taliban regime. enough. respect the woman, respect the photo anf shut the fuck up, morons (popolov and the incredible idiot who's name i can't even bother to repeat)
2008-11-27 00:09:05
You summed it up perfectly, Justin.
2008-11-27 00:05:03
"morons typing moronic messages" "The Net also allows users to hide behind asinine nicknames and, in some cases, anonymity. Let people wear masks and they become bigger assholes than even the Ku Klux Klan." Yep, you summed yourself up rather well in my opinion.
2008-11-26 19:32:55
Wow. Someone must have seriously ruined you. (in the voice of nelson muntz from the simsons "AH-HA.")
2008-11-26 18:59:23
My dear popolov I am so much thankfull for your comments, yes it is really sad , sad but true I agree with you 100%
2008-11-26 17:28:51
Thank you for the description Farhad. Without it few of us would have known. Its a very sad picture, illustrating the effects of the brutal chauvinist dominance of the bigoted religious regime of Afghanistan. After seventeen years, the spark of fire and rebellion of the young girl has gone, leaving a noble but brutalised form of her former self. That said, all religious fanatical extremism produces similar effects.