Sunday, April 05, 2009

Increased Training Realisim!


Anonymous Hwa Rang said...

Hi Atta,
beleave me one time we'll creat cards that we can put in Arab soldiers beside Yellow Stone, and the Statue of Liberty :P
just kidden, these cards fullfil the arrogance of coward soldier.

4/06/2009 2:47 AM  
Blogger David said...

This seems like a good idea to me. Most American soldiers know nothing about the ancient history of Iraq and Afghanistan. Anything that can give those young soldiers a greater appreciation of the culture and people of the countries they serve in could be positive for both the soldiers and the people they interact with.

Interesting, I see that this news came from the Baghdad Museum. About two years ago, I attended a lecture given by a man who served in Iraq right after the U.S. invasion. Back here, he works as a prosecutor in New York City. In Iraq, he served with the Marines as a high ranking officer. After the Baghdad Museum was looted, he worked with the Iraqi museum staff for more than a year to help recover thousands of the stolen artifacts. His talk was fascinating, and I learned a great deal about the antiquities the museum had in its collection. I was pleased to hear that the museum recently opened its doors to the public once again. :)

One last word from me about your secret. I was just having some fun with my "wild" guesses. I hoped that would entertain you. Actually, I think I know what the secret really is, but I would not say that. It is up to you to tell it when you are ready. Ok, I will say no more about that.

4/06/2009 9:54 AM  
Blogger attawie said...

Hwa Rang, you seem fed up!

Actually it's not that good for conservative people in our area. because playing cards is not that respectful thing and gambling is considered a sin.

The idea of printing cards to educate is good but as Playing cards, not really. It's a cultural thing.

4/08/2009 11:24 PM  
Blogger attawie said...

oh and David,
about the secret, now I want to know what do you think it is. lol :D

4/08/2009 11:25 PM  
Anonymous Hwa Rang said...

yes, i am :|

4/09/2009 8:06 PM  

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