Thursday, February 22, 2007

"But Harry, who graduated last year from Royal Military Academy at Sandhurst, has insisted he does not want special treatment.";" "This is like President Bush sending a son to the frontline. The decision is both dangerous and courageous at the same time," said Evening Standard royal correspondent Robert Jobson."

"This is not like President Bush sending a son to the frontline, President Bush has no son and his own record with regards to frontlines has been cowardly and sheltered." said Maysaloon's creator and editor Wassim.

PS. I too have had private sit downs with all my University lecturers at the start of each semester and insisted that I want to be treated like all other students. I didn't want anybody to think I was special, not at all.

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