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It's the verbal smack down between Friedman and GM, which here in Detroit has become the equivalent of the celebrity slapfest between "Apprentice" feuders: the Donald and Martha Stewart.
And no sooner do I post that, and the blood-feuders manage to hit new records in innocent-civilian killing with a multiple suicide-bomb attack in Sadr City, Baghdad.
The police will try to restrain the family of the victim, but they often come from the same areas as the feuders, and if they get directly involved they will make things worse. '
But rather like the way some Islamic terrorists justify violence through the Koran, modern-day blood feuders interpret the Kanun selectively, focusing only on the passages that serve their interests. '
Proving that the odd scandal has nothing on blind adoration, the recently scandal-tinged Miley Cyrus and Michael Phelps, not to mention the unwitting feuders Beyoncé and Twilight, have all nabbed nominations for the 22nd Annual Nickel ...