Atef Ayadi

FOX...NEW...An Affrican....American...Radiologist...On TV

Another low

law of attraction.....

a a racist variable dynamic racist environment..... for:
'' is not stable, f
air or
We bring to you
A balanced and fair....enough....fresh a glass of Wisconsin
fresh creamy milk..

As Sheik Murdock said:


I am amazed that CNN can't get its act together.
Rupert Murdoch

provoke, stir 'em up, be in touch.... details... catalyst for change. motivate people, give them rags and bags of hopes by example and that is synonymous with quality..... grounding in the basic sciences. Language would be helpful, although English is becoming increasingly international. And travel. You have to have a global attitude.

So Fox team, ...zebra-ladies.....FAGiz-news and ready...for global.....bee...itching....change and adaptability....we have 97% of the world population are low-self-esteem...we already tested out our vision and ideas in our beloved nation
now it is time for a a wash hear the noise and you think it is news from FOX....''

Submitted: Friday, November 05, 2010

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