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  1. More like rich gori, e.g Paris Hilton http://trend911.com/wp-content/4477.jpg Dont know how to post pics sorry
  2. eh its easy to get lost and whatnot, one wrong turn and you could end up where you shouldn't be. And the neighborhoods are all mixed together. I would avoid it if I was visiting with little knowledge of the city, but thats just me
  3. It's dangerous in general. Be careful if you wish to visit
  4. Where in NY? I have lived here for many years in upstate NY and nothing has ever happened. Sure you get the occasional dirty look but nothing else. If NYC, don't worry. People dress much stranger there and no one looks twice. Just use common sense Also, never be afraid to do anything because you are worried as how people will react. Wherever you go there will be people who don't like you. But don't let that stop you from living your life. Your peers are right. Think like that and you won't get anything done in life. As for the whole America and Sikhs deal, I have traveled all across the US, even to the South, and nothing has ever happened. America isn't the white racist nation the media tells you about
  5. Massacre of mice? That cat killing the mouse is nature. There is nothing bad about it, it's how the world works
  6. 2 meter keski and 5 meter outer one. Mal mal material
  7. You've clearly never had a pet...at least not one that you've loved
  8. Man just take the covers off and get out of bed
  9. Well, I don't know what the "Sikh" thing to do is, I would just do what feels right to you. I have done the same thing. If you're going to continue, 2 things - kill the animal all the way in one go, it's pretty bad if you leave it spasming. Just get a shovel and take its head off, or if you have branch trimmers (they look like giant scissors) you can use those. Yeah it sounds really bad but they get the job done, and they are much more preferable then slamming a pot on the mouse's head many times. 2nd thing is don't try to save the animal from the cat. That just makes it worse, and it's not for you to interfere with
  10. I guess everyone who has wanted to sign and email has done so, so this will be my final bump
  11. ^how much flour do you add? I hope this tastes like the kind you get at Panera; I love their soup but it's ridiculously expensive
  12. Hey guys we had quite a few signatures yesterday. Just remember that it is just as important to email the advocacy groups to press the issue as it is to sign, if not more, so of you have not done that, please do so. If your Gurdwara has an email list I would appreciate if you could send out the message. Just say something along the lines of, "somebody sent me this, please sign and pass it along" then copy and paste my original post. Thanks
  13. Only 8 signatures and so many views. I'm honestly sad guys. I really don't understand what reason those who view this thread have for not signing this...
  14. 73 views and only one more signature...seriously guys? It takes not even 5 minutes to do this, it's not like you don't have the time
  15. WJKK, WJKF We are all aware of the terrible tradgedy that happened last week in the Oak Creek, Wisconsin Gurdwara. However, as terrible as that was, I know that I am not alone when I say that I know some good can come out of it. Yesterday, we saw our first potential positive. The NYPD has long had a turban ban on its members, discouraging many Sikhs from joining the police force. Yesterday though, Sikh advocacy groups met with the Chief Financial Officer of NYC, Comptroller John C. Liu. He wrote a letter to the Mayor of NYC, Mr. Bloomberg, urging him to overturn the current ban. You can read the whole letter here http://unitedsikhs.o...tterToMayor.pdf In light of this, I have created a petition to gather support for this letter. https://www.change.o...eard-and-turban On this board we have talked a lot about making a difference. Now is the time, where we can step up and make that happen. Because in the end, we make the difference. Not some guy they bring onto CNN or BBC. Also, it would really really help, if after signing the petition, you would send an email to the following Sikh advocacy groups, asking them to support the petition and send it out to their email list. Because even if they just get 100 emails saying the same thing, I am sure it would really encourage them to support it. Sikh Coalition - http://sikhcoalition...t-us/contact-us SALDEF - http://org2.democrac...Up.jsp?key=2045 United Sikhs - unitedsikhs-usa@unitedsikhs.org I have even prepared a sample, all you have to do is copy and paste this into the subject field. Hello, In light of Comptroller Liu's recent letter to Mayor Bloomberg urging him to overturn the current beard and turban ban in the NYPD, I urge you to look at this petition supporting the letter, and send it out to your mailing list. It would greatly help in the cause. https://www.change.o...eard-and-turban Sincerely, (Your Name) The NYPD is one of the largest police forces in America, and here we have the oppurturnity to change the face of Sikhs all across North America. Please Brothers and Sisters, step up, and make a difference. It only takes 5 minutes, and it is the least we can do to honor the memory of those killed in Wisconsin
  16. These guys have been around forever every time a US service member dies they go to protest the funeral. There was a shooting last year as well in Tuscon, Arizona involving a Congresswoman. They protested a 9 year olds funeral there as well. But the Local community always turns out in support and what they usually do is stand infront of them and hang up sheets. Don't worry about these guys, they're old news
  17. This is not good at all. If the US media hears about this all the hard work that we have done in the last few days will be finished.
  18. Yeah I saw that too I think. It was a guy with a pink turban and trimmed beard. The first thing he did was get Guru Nanak Dev Ji's birthday wrong. That guy didn't know squat. Later in the evening they had someone from the Sikh Coalition on, and that guy did a really good job.
  19. This has nothing to do with the US government...they can't stop everyone. Also, no point protesting for banning gun sales in America. The government would be overthrown before that happens
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