When Pakistanis fret over the violence of your society, maybe you have a problem
Pakistanis are fretting over our problem with violence in our schools. But generally I am avoiding the subject of the Newtown slaughter because it just enrages and saddens me. Of course, a score of people dead is just another day in Iraq. See what I mean about growing bitter?
See what I mean about growing bitter?
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