Stuff Out of Turkey

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    Canavar should find this interesting. As noted, there has been very little reported in the American press. Lots of links:

    http://www.windsofchange.net/archives/007888.php

     
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    Interesting, but my eyes are very bleery I thought this post was captioned "Staff out of Turkey" I know I know :poke:
     
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    That happens to me all the time. Gotta clean the lenses. :laugh:
     
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    What lenses :laugh: I go commando, my reading glasses have been worn by me exactly once but they made me dizzy :puke: So that was that.
     
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    That worked for me for about 2 years, had to hold the book WWWwwwaaaayyyy far away and my arms are short! :laugh:
     
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    LMAO…I thought this was a food question, maybe.
    Stuffing in the Turkey, or out?

    Must be bed time. :laugh: :laugh: :laugh:
     
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    Nope, I'm just trying to keep myself amused. :laugh: Or I could say, "You fell into the trap I set and just sprung it!" But no, I just was playing with words. Bad me.
     
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    Well, I could say, "WITCH"! :spank3:
     
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    I can live with that! :lalala:
     
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    Israeli Army Chief has talks in Ankara

    Friday, December 23, 2005

    Israeli Army Chief Lt. Gen. Dan Halutz arrived in Ankara yesterday for talks that Israeli officials said were part of ongoing dialogue between the two regional allies, Turkey and Israel.

    Halutz, who was welcomed with full military honors, met with Chief of General Staff Gen. Hilmi Özkök and then with President Ahmet Necdet Sezer later in the day.

    Turkish newspapers reported that the talks would center on Iran, a sworn enemy to Israel. Israeli embassy officials said Iran would be discussed along with bilateral and regional issues but elaborated no further.

    Iranian President Ahmadinejad recently called for Israel to be "wiped off the map." Israel, like the United States, is accusing Iran of working to build nuclear weapons although Tehran denies such plans.

    Turkey, a NATO memeber that borders Iran, said it regarded the presence of nuclear weapons and their proliferation as a serious security threat.

    Halutz's visit came after Turkish Air Forces Commander Gen. Faruk Cömert reportedly paid a visit to Israel earlier this week.

    "Cömert went to Israel for a three-day visit and returned to Turkey on Wednesday evening," NTV reported yesterday. However, the Israeli Embassy officials declined to comment on such a visit.

    www.turkishdailynews.com.tr/article.php?enewsid=31447


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