Monday, April 09, 2007

The Unexpected Republic of Iran IV: A Soldier's Rewards

Ok so last week disaster was averted, and the Iranian hostage crisis, part II, was settled peacefully (sidenote: does everyone remember that Ahmadinejad, then just a dreamy revolutionary youth, was part of the team that created the first hostage crisis in 1979?). So Iran didn't go to war. Well I know one soldier who will be disappointed (pictured below, being awarded by soon-to-be Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei for his hard work on the battlefield during the Iran-Iraq war):

Ok, so just to recap: being homosexual is against the law, unless you get a sex change, or you're wearing the long black clerical robe indicating that you're a descendent of the Prophet Mohammad, and you just feel like kissing a young, strong, brave soldier. Got it.

And now we can go back to our regular programming.


Blogger Det. Rhiannon Brock said...


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Blogger Paul Phelps said...

"Dear Playgirl - I know this sounds crazy but I swear every word of it is true..."

5:16 PM  

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