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Islamic State (ISIS) Pamphlet On Female Slaves

3 enero, 2016

Islamic State (ISIS) Pamphlet On Female Slaves
Henry Whitney
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Pamphlet issued by Isis on the treatment of women (and young girls) captured by Isis.

Henry Whitney
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Islamic State (ISIS) Releases Pamphlet On Female Slaves
December 4, 2014
The Research and Fatwa Department of the Islamic State (ISIS) has released a pamphlet on the topic of female captives and slaves. The pamphlet, which is dated Muharram 1436 (October/November 2014) and was printed by ISIS’s publishing house, Al-Himma Library, is titled Su’al wa-Jawab fi al-Sabi wa-Riqab(“Questions and Answers on Taking Captives and Slaves”). It was presumably released in response to the uproar caused by the many reports this summer that ISIS had taken Yazidi girls and women as sex slaves. Written in the form of questions and answers, it clarifies the position of Islamic law (as ISIS interprets it) on various relevant issues, and states, among other things, that it is permissible to have sexual intercourse with non-Muslim slaves, including young girls, and that it is also permitted to beat them and trade in them.
The following report is a complimentary offering from MEMRI’s Jihad and Terrorism Threat Monitor (JTTM). For JTTM subscription information, click here.
The following are excerpts from the pamphlet, which was posted on a pro-ISIS Twitter account.[1]

“Question 1: What is al-sabi?
“Al-Sabi is a woman from among ahl al-harb [the people of war] who has been captured by Muslims.
“Question 2: What makes al-sabi permissible?
“What makes al-sabi permissible [i.e., what makes it permissible to take such a woman captive] is [her] unbelief. Unbelieving [women] who were captured and brought into the abode of Islam are permissible to us, after the imam distributes them [among us].”
“Question 3: Can all unbelieving women be taken captive?
“There is no dispute among the scholars that it is permissible to capture unbelieving women [who are characterized by] original unbelief [kufr asli], such as thekitabiyat [women from among the People of the Book, i.e. Jews and Christians] and polytheists. However, [the scholars] are disputed over [the issue of] capturing apostate women. The consensus leans towards forbidding it, though some people of knowledge think it permissible. We [ISIS] lean towards accepting the consensus…”
“Question 4: Is it permissible to have intercourse with a female captive?
“It is permissible to have sexual intercourse with the female captive. Allah the almighty said: ‘[Successful are the believers] who guard their chastity, except from their wives or (the captives and slaves) that their right hands possess, for then they are free from blame [Koran 23:5-6]’…”

“Question 5: Is it permissible to have intercourse with a female captive immediately after taking possession [of her]?
“If she is a virgin, he [her master] can have intercourse with her immediately after taking possession of her. However, is she isn’t, her uterus must be purified [first]…”
“Question 6: Is it permissible to sell a female captive?
“It is permissible to buy, sell, or give as a gift female captives and slaves, for they are merely property, which can be disposed of [as long as that doesn’t cause [the Muslim ummah] any harm or damage.”
“Question 7: Is it permissible to separate a mother from her children through [the act of] buying and selling?
“It is not permissible to separate a mother from her prepubescent children through buying, selling or giving away [a captive or slave]. [But] it is permissible to separate them if the children are grown and mature.”
“Question 8: If two or more [men] buy a female captive together, does she then become [sexually] permissible to each of them?
“It is forbidden to have intercourse with a female captive if [the master] does not own her exclusively. One who owns [a captive] in partnership [with others] may not have sexual intercourse with her until the other [owners] sell or give him [their share].”
“Question 9: If the female captive was impregnated by her owner, can he then sell her?
“He can’t sell her if she becomes the mother of a child…”
“Question 10: If a man dies, what is the law regarding the female captive he owned?
“Female captives are distributed as part of his estate, just as all [other parts] of his estate [are distributed]. However, they may only provide services, not intercourse, if a father or [one of the] sons has already had intercourse with them, or if several [people] inherit them in partnership.”
“Question 11: May a man have intercourse with the female slave of his wife?
“A man may not have intercourse with the female slave of his wife, because [the slave] is owned by someone else.”
“Question 12: May a man kiss the female slave of another, with the owner’s permission?
“A man may not kiss the female slave of another, for kissing [involves] pleasure, and pleasure is prohibited unless [the man] owns [the slave] exclusively.”
“Question 13: Is it permissible to have intercourse with a female slave who has not reached puberty?
“It is permissible to have intercourse with the female slave who hasn’t reached puberty if she is fit for intercourse; however if she is not fit for intercourse, then it is enough to enjoy her without intercourse.”
“Question 14: What private parts of the female slave’s body must be concealed during prayer?
“Her private body parts [that must be concealed] during prayer are the same as those [that must be concealed] outside [prayer], and they [include] everything besides the head, neck, hands and feet.”
“Question 15: May a female slave meet foreign men without wearing a hijab?
“A female slave is allowed to expose her head, neck, hands, and feet in front of foreign men if fitna [enticement] can be avoided. However, if fitna is present, or of there is fear that it will occur, then it [i.e. exposing these body parts becomes] forbidden.”
“Question 16: Can two sisters be taken together while taking slaves?
“It is permissible to have two sisters, a female slave and her aunt [her father’s sister], or a female slave and her aunt [from her mother’s side]. But they cannot be together during intercourse, [and] whoever has intercourse with one of them cannot have intercourse with the other, due to the general [consensus] over the prohibition of this.”
“Question 17: What is al-‘azl?
“Al-‘azl is refraining from ejaculating on a woman’s pudendum [i.e. coitus interruptus].”
“Question 18: May a man use the al-‘azl [technique] with his female slave?
“A man is allowed [to use] al-‘azl during intercourse with his female slave with or without her consent.”
“Question 19: Is it permissible to beat a female slave?
“It is permissible to beat the female slave as a [form of] darb ta’deeb [disciplinary beating], [but] it is forbidden to [use] darb al-takseer [literally, breaking beating], [darb] al-tashaffi [beating for the purpose of achieving gratification], or [darb] al-ta’dheeb [torture beating]. Further, it is forbidden to hit the face.”
Question 20: What is the ruling regarding a female slave who runs away from her master?
“A male or female slave’s running away [from their master] is among the gravest of sins…”
“Question 21: What is the earthly punishment of a female slave who runs away from her master?
“She [i.e. the female slave who runs away from her master] has no punishment according to the shari’a of Allah; however, she is [to be] reprimanded [in such a way that] deters others like her from escaping.”
“Question 22: Is it permissible to marry a Muslim [slave] or a kitabiyya [i.e. Jewish or Christian] female slave?
“It is impermissible for a free [man] to marry Muslim or kitabiyat female slaves, except for those [men] who feared to [commit] a sin, that is, the sin of fornication…”
“Question 24: If a man marries a female slave who is owned by someone else, who is allowed to have intercourse with her?
“A master is prohibited from having intercourse with his female slave who is married to someone else; instead, the master receives her service, [while] the husband [gets to] enjoy her [sexually].”
“Question 25: Are the huddoud [Koranic punishments] applied to female slaves?
“If a female slave committed what necessitated the enforcement of a hadd [on her], a hadd [is then] enforced on her – however, the hadd is reduced by half within the hudud that accepts reduction by half…”
“Question 27: What is the reward for freeing a slave girl?
“Allah the exalted said [in the Koran]: ‘And what can make you know what is [breaking through] the difficult pass [hell]? It is the freeing of a slave.’ And [the prophet Muhammad] said: ‘Whoever frees a believer Allah frees every organ of his body from hellfire.'”

[1], December 3, 2014.

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Letters in the Buenos Aires Herald

16 noviembre, 2015

Henry Whitney
Para Olo Hoy a las 11:17 A.M.
Some friends don’t receive the B.A. Herald. At their request, I´m going to send you my, and other, letters that might interest you….if I remember. Here is the letter printed 14 nov. I’d love some feedback.


Last week Noticia magazine made public a book by Dr. Nelson Castro on what up to now was only whispered: Cristina Kirchner is bipolar depressive and, for good measure, shows symptoms of narcissism and hubris. All this brings up some questions:

Should candidates for public office be pre-vetted the way companies evaluate candidates for employment?

In companies, all candidates for employment, even for the lowest levels, are given psychological, medical and IQ tests. They are checked for criminal backgrounds, financial responsibility, applicable skills. Compare that with the way authorities, worldwide, from presidents down to small town board members are elected. Nowhere in are politicians running for office vetted. Mrs. Kirchner is just one example of a person who would probably fail entrance exams for even a menial job in any decent company. Could Venezuela’s Maduro or the US’s Trump pass basic corporate employment examinations? Wouldn’t it make sense to require candidates for elected office everywhere to pass basic selection processes any company uses?

But, first, is Argentina a democracy?

In theory, the senators represent the province and the deputies represent the people. Right? Well, ask any Argentine who represents them in the chamber of deputies. Who selects the “diputado” candidates? Whom does the deputies political future depend on? The “diputados” are not beholden to the people they supposedly represent. They must be loyal to the party or they are through. Nobody can say “such and such is my deputy, the representative of the area in which I live.” So, who represents the people? Nobody!

Everybody is beholden to whoever pays their salary

Why are the salaries of members of congress paid by the national government? The salary of diplomats is not paid by the country they are in. It’s paid by their own country. By the same token, salesmen’s salaries are not paid by their clients. It’s done that way so that the first loyalty of diplomats and salesmen is to their employer, not to the people they are trying to influence. So wouldn’t it be reasonable for the salaries of senators and deputies be paid by the province or the people who sent them to hold public office?

Ballots that guarantee mediocrity

Have you studied any of those meter-long ballots used in the recent elections? I counted 182 names in one of them. How many of the names on any list does the average person even recognize, much less know? Where does one go for information on them? How can anybody make a truly sound vote if they don’t have a way to know, much less evaluate, the candidates? This takes us back to the beginning of this letter: there is no way to know if the people in these ballots meet minimum ethical, psychological or other criteria for selection.

Should lawyers be allowed to hold public office?

Lawyer Juan Ignacio Forlón, for two year president of the Banco Nación, will now take on the national audit office. There is nothing in his C.V. to suggest that he has any formal studies in management, finances or accounting. He got where he is only because he is a friend of Maximo Kirchner, the president’s son. Can he be expected to do more than follow instructions from the powers that be?

I have asked many lawyers what they studied in accounting, finances and economy when in law school. They all looked at me with surprise and answer “some”, “a little” “part of a semester.” One lawyer added, “Accountants are our natural enemy.”
They are proud of their knowledge of the law and their capability to design laws. But they make their living by twisting the law to get what their clients pay them for. One moment they use the law to get something for their client, they use the same law to stop somebody from taking something from their client. Their ethics and loyalty are bought by their client. No profession produces so many billionaires…by fudging the law.

Could it be that with their ethical standards and their limited knowledge of anything other than law would most of them could not pass the pre-employment exams mentioned at the beginning of this letter? Aren’t lawyers with political connections, such as Forlón, practically a guarantee of bad management, financial or accounting decisions? Going back to my initial comment, wouldn’t it be best to have lawyer tested before allowing them to hold public office? Should they be allowed to hold public office?


Maybe a couple of centuries ago, when things were simpler, anybody was as fit as the next person to hold public office. But, today, shouldn’t candidates meet minimum standards before being allowed to hold public office?

Henry Whitney
Tel 54-11-4795-4092
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New Dollar Restrictions For Airlines, Importers, Insurers… Everybody!

3 noviembre, 2015

Fw: New Dollar Restrictions For Airlines, Importers, Insurers… Everybody!

Henry Whitney
Tel 54-11-4795-4092

On Tuesday, November 3, 2015 9:31 AM, Gourmandizers 1912 wrote:


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From: Scott S.
Date: Tue, Nov 3, 2015 at 1:15 AM
Subject: New Dollar Restrictions For Airlines, Importers, Insurers… Everybody!
To: Gourmandizers 1912
New Dollar Restrictions For Airlines, Importers, Insurers… Everybody!
By Bianca Fernet –

Nov 2, 2015

Last week wasn’t easy for President-on-her-way-out Cristina Fernández de Kirchner. On the political front, she treated us with deafening silence following her candidate’s poor performances in the general election. But on the economic front, her government was not so quiet.

Remember how Argentina’s reserves, or how much foreign currency the Central Bank holds, has been creeping lower despite foreign currency controls? Last week the Central Bank (BCRA) and National Insurance Regulator jumped back in to keep the country from running out of money for just a little while longer.

First, the BCRA raised interest rates by 3 percent, the highest in 18 months, to try to make holding pesos more attractive. Shockingly, not many people rushed to buy peso notes. The government sold AR$11.3 billion, 5 percent less than the previous week, despite the higher rate.

Next, the Insurance Regulator passed a new law forbidding insurance companies from holding dollar assets in excess of their dollar contracts. English translation: Insurance companies whose clients are in Argentina and thus likely have peso-denominated policies cannot hold dollars even though the peso is likely to depreciate before these policies are paid. Not good news for the peso policy holder.

Importers received informal calls from their banks informing them that the automatically approved amount they are permitted to pay providers was cut in half, from US$150,000 to US$75,000. While that might seem like a reasonable number, please be advised that you can’t buy very many car parts, air conditioner blades or other industrial input with US$75,000. This adds to the US$9.5 billion (that’s right, billion) that the Central Bank is already in debt to importers. Commerce Ministry Sub-Secretary Paula Español reportedly told importers to:
Airlines received similar happy news via informal third-party channels that their permitted dollar purchases were cut in half, effective immediately. This cuts their access to dollars down to about one third of what it was at the end of July and forced airlines to restrict purchases of tickets in advance of 60 or 90 days. La Nación confirmed that American Airlines ended promotional fares in Argentina and will no longer sell tickets more than 90 days in advance. LAN also cut promotional fares on international flights.

These measures do more harm than good. Officially or nominally, Argentina’s reserves stand at US$27 billion, the lowest they’ve been since 2006. The actual usable number is estimated to be around the US$6.7 billion mark. By the end of the year, that number will be even lower at around US$3.5 billion.
This election season has been rife with accusations that any opposition to Kirchner’s brand of Peronism secretly wants to return to the neoliberalism of the accursed ’90s that left Argentina broken and her people poor. What people seem to be forgetting is that the crisis of 2001 didn’t appear out of thin air. And pointing the finger at “neoliberalism” and “markets” (which it appears many see as synonymous with “vultures” for some odd reason) neglects one big glaring economic error — and his name isn’t Menem. It’s pretending for a very long time that AR$1 equalled US$1. Pretending AR$10 equals US$1 is along the same lines of unsustainable and dangerous.

Argentina’s painful situation that laid the groundwork for Kirchner’s rise to power rose out of a situation wherein the government propagated an economic lie. And then they ran out of money. Running out of money doesn’t care if you’re a socialist or neoliberal.

Cristina Fernández de Kirchner claims to have put in place policies that have raised people out of poverty and improved living standards of previously marginalized populations. For the sake of argument, let’s agree she has. If there’s no money to pay for them, these policies are a ticking time bomb in the pockets the country’s most vulnerable citizens, who depend on ANSES, the universal child allowance, precios cuidados price controls on basic goods, utility subsidies, etc. to survive every day.

Kirchnerism has not left an economic “model” to continue — it has left a laundry list of expensive programs. The list above contains some that indeed improve the situation of the nation’s poor. Others, such as Futbol Para Todos, which broadcasts soccer matches alongside government propaganda for free, are a laughable waste of public funds and should insult anyone with a brain. Add to the list the undesirable consequences of high inflation, currency controls, no imports, fewer jobs in the private sector, electricity outages, etc. and the idea of calling Kirchnerism a model to continue deteriorates further.

The few days leading up to November 22nd’s runoff will be politically noisy, but also economically interesting. The upcoming debate on November 15th between Kirchner’s candidate Daniel Scioli and opposition candidate Mauricio Macri should force both men to directly address their plans for Argentina’s economy. In the background, the government will attempt to keep the problems at bay until they leave in December — and possibly grab what they can on their way out the door.

Members of the opposition PRO party have initiated criminal charges against Central Bank President Alejandro Vanoli for fraud in the administration of public funds. The BCRA has sold futures contracts worth US$15 billion dollars at the official rate of 10 ARS/USD that come due in December, all to large companies well-connected to the outgoing government. If the official rate is adjusted to a more realistic 15 ARS/USD before these contracts come due, the new government will have to pay a considerably higher amount. I’d draw parallels with the so-called “vulture” funds right about now.

The most disappointing element of the political debate is that when faced with information similar to that contained in this article, supporters of Cristina Fernández de Kirchner defend in one of three ways:

1. Macri is “market friendly” and will take us “back to the 90s” and crash the country

2. Macri is corrupt and steals too

3. Macri will erode the social gains (marriage equality, etc) that developed under this government

Note the absence of economic reasoning defending Kirchnerism as a whole as a sustainable model.

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¿TE ACORDÁS? por Henry Whitney

29 septiembre, 2015

Fw: Fwd: Te Acordás?
Henry Whitney
Para Alan McDonald Lough Tim Moeller Richard Martin Ariztegui Michael Lucy Fernandez Hoy a las 5:11 P.M.


TOMATE UN MEMOREX!!!!!!, y recordá algunas…….mentiras que nos hicieron tragar.


1) ¿Recuerdan, el sistema de celulares del Estado para competir con Movistar, Personal, Nextel y Claro? ¿Dónde podría conseguir este móvil?

2) ¿Recuerdan el gigantesco revuelo que se armó con el delirante proyecto de la Isla Demarchi, que sería el nuevo Polo Audiovisual de la Argentina?
¿Dónde está el aplaudidor K Pablo Echarri, que saltaba y gritaba en el acto encabezado por Cristina?

3) ¿Alguien se anima a desempolvar la mayor reforma judicial y policial de la historia, lanzada en el 2004, tras el “blumberazo”?
¿Dónde está el FBI o Agencia Federal de Investigaciones que prometió Néstor? ¿Dónde se hacen los juicios por jurados?
¿Dónde quedó el fin de la boleta sábana para mejorar la calidad institucional?
¿Dónde está escondido el ex ministro de Justicia Gustavo Béliz, autor de todas esas iniciativas?

4) ¿Alguno podría evocar el plan de inquilinos para que paguen una cuota equivalente a un alquiler y de esa forma adquieran una vivienda propia?

5) ¿Y los radares 3 D que el INVAP iba a poner en el norte del país para que no siguiera “lloviendo droga”, según denunció la Corte Suprema de Justicia?

6) ¿Y todas las obras que se iban a hacer para no incrementar el déficit energético?
¿Alguien sabe algo de las represas de Garabí, Chihuidos o Barrancosa Condor Cliff?

Se conoce el paradero del Gasoducto del NE para Corrientes, Misiones, Chaco y Formosa?
Si la Central Atómica ATUCHA 2 está lista, ¿por qué no genera ni un solo MW para el sistema interconectado?
¿ Es cierto que habría que desarmar ATUCHA 1, ya que están vencidos todos sus elementos, y podría ocurrir una hecatombe peor que la de Chernobyl?
¿Y los parques de vientos en la Patagonia?
¿Y la energía solar en la Puna?
¿Y ………………… etc. etc

7) ¿Dónde están los miles de km de autopistas que se iban a construir?
¿La 9 hasta Salta, la 7 hasta San Luis, la 22 y 23 en Río Negro, la 33 y 34 en Santa Fe, la 14 hasta Misiones, la 11 hasta Resistencia, la que uniría Córdoba con Río Cuarto, la 3 entre Comodoro y Caleta Olivia, el cuarto carril de la General Paz, la autopista sobre el eje Huergo-Madero, el tercer carril en la autovía a La Plata, la autovía sobre la 6 para circunvalar todo el conurbano, etc, etc?
8) ¿Dónde está el “tren bala” a Rosario, Córdoba, Mendoza y Mar del Plata?
¿Dónde están los trenes rápidos a Ezeiza, la electrificación del Roca y el San Martín?
¿Dónde está el tren a Chile, desde Mendoza?
¿y el tren a las nubes que iba a cruzar los Andes por la Puna hasta el país trasandino? ¿y el “tren de los pueblos” hasta Uruguay, el transpatagónico biocéanico de Santa Cruz, el cordón ferroviario de Rosario, el de Barranqueras en Chaco,
el subterráneo de Córdoba, el tren a Avellaneda desde Retiro, o las tres estaciones de subte desde Plaza de Mayo (línea E, cuyas obras nunca finalizan?
9) ¿Dónde están los Planes Federales de Viviendas I y II que nunca se terminaron?
Ahora, se les da plata en sorteos a la propia gente, luego de los escándalos con entrega de viviendas a cargo de Hebe de Bonafini, Sergio Shocklender, Luis D’Elia y Milagros Sala.
¡¡¡ Las villas duplicaron su extensión y altura durante la década ganada !!!.

10) ¿Qué pasó con el plan para urbanizar las mil villas de emergencia que tienen Capital y el conurbano? No hay error de tipeo, son un millar de asentamientos espantosos, con dos millones de personas hacinadas.

11) ¿Por qué no se avanzó nada más que cuatro por ciento en las obras de cloacales en el país?
Todavía la mitad de la población no tiene servicios sanitarios de ese tipo.

12) ¿Qué pasó con los grandes pasos y puentes del país?. Pircas Negras (La Rioja) y Aguas Negras (San Juan) son uniones físicas estratégicas hacia Chile.
El puente Reconquista-Goya, sobre el Paraná, sigue brillando por su ausencia.
Lo mismo ocurrió con el meneado Buenos Aires-Colonia.
13) ¿Qué pasó con los 20 mil millones de dólares que llegarían desde China?
Al final, terminaremos dándole nosotros miles de millones a cambio de los ferrocarriles que nos enviarán desde Asia.

14) Nunca se hicieron los 20 hospitales que se iban a construir con las retenciones a la soja.

15) ¿Hace falta decir que el submarino nuclear que anunció Nilda Garré fue otra “sanata”?

16) ¿Qué pasó con el traje a rayas para los evasores de impuestos, la siempre inminente normalización del INDEC y el nuevo índice de medición de costo de vida?.

17) ¿Alguien recuerda en qué quedó la reforma para gravar a renta financiera anunciada con bombos y platillos por el hoy diputado nacional Carlos Heller?

18) Hagamos memoria. ¿Y la tarjeta para hacer transparentes los planes sociales de modo de que se conociera toda la información sobre sus beneficiarios?

19) El vendido y entregador de docentes Hugo Yasky (quién no movió un dedo por sus compañeros maestros atropellados en Río Gallegos por Daniel Varizat), sabrá que alguna vez le prometieron el reconocimiento a la Central de Trabajadores Argentinos (CTA).

20) Para el final, un compilado de delirios K: las heladeras, los autos 0 Km, las bicicletas, los plasmas y los electrodomésticos “para todos”.
La carne porcina, milanesas y merluzas “para todos”. La ropa “para todos”.

21) ¿Dónde están los aviones hidrantes para combatir incendios que salieron millonadas de dólares?.

El kirchnerismo va a pasar a la historia como el más impresionante aparato de distracción pública que jamás haya existido en la Argentina.

Todo esto es gracias a un pueblo de tontos sin memoria y a una corrupción periodística como jamás existió en nuestro país.


Ah sí …. para el gobierno K, el vicepresidente Amado Boudou es inocente, y las más de 60 causas penales que tiene son invento de los medios y los periodistas !!!

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16 septiembre, 2015

Henry Whitney
Para olo Hoy a las 11:40 A.M.

> From: > Subject: Fwd: CONTESTADOR
> To:
> > Date: Wednesday, September 16, 2015, 11:04 AM

> *Gracias por llamar al Instituto de Salud Mental, la entidad
> más sana para sus
> momentos de mayor locura.

> *Si usted es obsesivo-compulsivo, pulse repetidamente el
> número 1.

> *Si usted es co-dependiente, pídale a alguien que pulse el
> número 2 por usted.

> *Si usted tiene múltiples personalidades, pulse el 3, 4, 5
> y 6.

> *Si usted es paranoico, nosotros ya sabemos quien es usted,
> sabemos lo que hace
> y sabemos lo que quiere, de modo que espere en línea
> mientras rastreamos su
> llamada.
> *Si usted sufre de alucinaciones, pulse el 7 en ese
> teléfono gigante de colores
> que ud. (y solo ud.) ve a su derecha.

> *Si usted es esquizofrénico, escuche cuidadosamente y una
> pequeña voz interior
> le indicara que número pulsar.

> *Si usted es depresivo, no importa que número marque. Nada
> puede sacarlo de su
> lamentable situación.
> *Si usted sufre de indecisión, deje su mensaje después
> de…escuchar el tono…
> o antes del tono…. o después del tono… o durante el
> tono…En todo caso
> espere el tono.

> *Si tiene la autoestima baja, por favor, cuelgue. Todos
> nuestros operadores
> están atendiendo a personas más importantes que usted.
> *Pero > si Ud esta > pensando en votar por el kirchnerismo en las próximas
> elecciones, por favor > cuelgue, aquí sólo atendemos a dementes, no a boludos que
> no escarmientan!!

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Economía para todos. Cachanosky

22 junio, 2015
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Henry Whitney

Hoy a las 2:29 P.M.


28 abril, 2015

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Henry Whitney


Piran German

Hoy a las 4:42 P.M.