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    Monday, May 2, 2011

    NBA Players React on Osama Bin Laden 's Death In Iraq: Reggie Evans





    10 minutes before midnight in the United States, the historical president Obama mightily announce that Osama Bin Laden was trapped in his big mansion and was eventually killed by US troops who conducted a raid on the said mansion. People from all the United States have moved out to the streets for some jubilation. Many of them felt that justice has been served and they are one in believing that Osama is already dead. Famous celebrities stayed in their houses and used instead their social network accounts to extend their thoughts on the issue. Reggie Evans of the Philadelphia 76ers for example said in his Twitter account that he's not convinced that Osama is dead. He's one of those Rawlsian person who loves to give an opposite idea. He is still part of the organic whole. Well, it's better to speak out what you feel than to keep it and be sorry in the end. He has the freedom to speak what he wants especially if its relevant to the issue.

    1 comment:

    Anonymous said...

    Osama Bin Laden was ALREADY DEAD http://srggos.tk/h

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