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Lets boycott And far away!

Guys, it has been almost two months since the last JP meeting, the coordinator isn't doing a good job, I'm suggesting to boycott her and burn her shoes!


[tags] rOba, AndFarAway, boycott, burn, shoes, jp, jordanplanet, meeting [/tags]

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  1. Hehe, yeee.. What are you talking about! Next meet-up is on the the 11th, I announced that on the 27th!

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  2. bs balash! you just posted and altered the date back to 27th!

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  3. lah wallah! check the JP forums, people have been discussing it for a while!

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  4. let's give her a chance to defend her case.....!!!

    if you don't like it..... we can allways use the arabic method to protest.......!!!
    burn and slice every thing except Roba.....!!!

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  5. yes roba posted long time ago jad....
    Allah Yer7am when Roba's And Far Away was the 1st 2.0 version of Jordanian Blogs and everyone got jelous later!

    Btw, my n@simjo 1.9.84 will be out soon!

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  6. [...] Should I launch a campaign about not boycotting And Far Away? [...]

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