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Driving in Jordan in the eye of an expat

You got to read her post about driving in Jordan and if you had a similar experience you will feel excusing SELECT * FROM THE_PAST WHERE BEING_STONED=TRUE

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  1. I've never been stoned. But then again, I am usually the one doing the stoning.

    You should understand that to those children, they know "us" and "them".

    Them of course being the foreigners who could only be American or Israeli. The enemy basically! So be happy you were only stoned and not shot.

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  2. Saro Al-Hiari,
    I'm not sure about being shot and I hope it's just exaggeration but getting became so common while cycling :-)

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