The Journal Of An Armenian In Exile.
That is SOOOOO funny. I have a few more - one of an Armenian woman's face a donkey (I call it Armenia Donkeyan) and one of an Armenian child on a dog (shun shanorti).Those Armenian-animals are so funny!!!!Glad I could contribute to this mature and helpful discussion in a time of national crisis.
reflective,I can guarantee you that calling the opposition a "cult" and "insane" isn't contributing to anything, most of all not to a mature and helpful discussion.
I think now we need a depiction of the Mook to partially complete the profiling of the criminal pyramid.
Mr. nazarian. How would we get in touch with you? We feel strongly about what you do, and consider your contributions in these difficult days a god-send. Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
don't forget also "Gragem Hratch" ...he is one of the earlier heroes of the new era...1998-2008
typical, typical, typical! :))) excellen pic!
This is so funny! And yet another sign of the Indian cinema’s influence on our political culture.
To people who dont know.Kocharian's nickname is cobra because of his character of attacking but dodging any attacks on him attacks. He has be called so from his days in Karabakh.
Self-styled reflective," you are obviously a racist Turk, judging by your comments about putting Armenian children's heads on dogs, and Armenian women's heads on donkeys, as if Kocharian is the same as all Armenian children. You are a sick, sick person.I wonder why nazarian doesn't just delete your repulsive comments.
What is your point? That I am racist, but you call me a Turk (as a racist insult)?Or that I think Kocharian "is the same" as a woman or child? I think he is an Armenian man just like you. Show a little brotherly love.Cool off - I am just trying to fit in with really really funny cartoon animal-art which shows how neato this topic can be. (nice goat picture, BTW!)
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