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    In order to capture the 4,000 prisoners who have escaped from a detention centre in earthquake-devastated Haiti, the United Nations is arranging for hundred more correctional officers.

    “Since some of the prisoners are very dangerous people, we are requesting of having at least 100 more correctional officers to try to establish some more detention facilities,” Alain Le Roy, chief of Peacekeeping Operations told reporters here.

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    The UN needs CO's to keep their own in line...:eek:
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    Quote Originally Posted by Apache View Post
    The UN needs CO's to keep their own in line...:eek:
    The head of the 7,000 UN task-force from Brazil along with the French are pissed because the Americans have taken control of the airport and have filed a complaint against us. The Frogs can not keep law and order in their own country plus the UN dunces have been lax in their control of tons of food in warehouses. Probably sold the food on the black market prior to the earthquake.

    If the Frogs and the UN do not like us taking over, we should leave this shit-hole country. France and the UN are a bunch of jealous bastards. We fund 20% of the UN, and these assholes are playing politics.
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    Quote Originally Posted by lacarnut View Post
    The head of the 7,000 UN task-force from Brazil along with the French are pissed because the Americans have taken control of the airport and have filed a complaint against us. The Frogs can not keep law and order in their own country plus the UN dunces have been lax in their control of tons of food in warehouses. Probably sold the food on the black market prior to the earthquake.

    If the Frogs and the UN do not like us taking over, we should leave this shit-hole country. France and the UN are a bunch of jealous bastards. We fund 20% of the UN, and these assholes are playing politics.
    As usual...[UN call line] ...if this is a real emegency please hang up and dial USA...[/un call line]
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    Perhaps the French should use their crack troops to nab these guys.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ironhorsedriver View Post
    Perhaps the French should use their crack troops to nab these guys.
    They could go on Poodle patrol.:D

    Time to tell the French to go F. themselves and keep their bardoux.
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    I speak and read French, but I am not familiar with the word "bardoux". Neither is the French dictionary. What do you mean to say?
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    Quote Originally Posted by linda22003 View Post
    I speak and read French, but I am not familiar with the word "bardoux". Neither is the French dictionary. What do you mean to say?
    I am surprised you have not heard of Pascal Bardoux's French wine.
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    Quote Originally Posted by lacarnut View Post
    I am surprised you have not heard of Pascal Bardoux's French wine.
    Like you, it's the first thing that came up when I googled, and like you, that's how I've heard of it. :p What did you intend to say in the previous post?
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