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Gongol.com Archives: February 2005
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Socialism Doesn't Work (2.21.2005)
Cuban Government: "Social Workers Have a Responsibility to Help Prevent the Wasting of Lives"
They're having problems with "unmotivated youth". It might have something to do with that whole socialism thing and its built-in disincentives to work.

News (2.21.2005)
Timely Reminder: Distinguishing Radical Islam from the Regulars

The United States of America (2.21.2005)
How a Complete Buyout of the Confederate Slaves Would Have Been Cheaper than Civil War

The United States of America (2.21.2005)
White House Needs a New Cook
They want someone who can handle barbecue just as well as fancier food. Great potential for international diplomacy: See how foreign dignitaries handle a rib sandwich.

Science and Technology (2.21.2005)
Vegetarians, Vegans: Give Your Kids Meat
Says USDA ARS scientist Lindsay Allen: "[I]t's unethical for parents to bring up their children as strict vegans"
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