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The racist rant shocked Heidi, 30, an office worker of Chinese descent, so she and another passenger told the man to get off the bus and started filming.
In one vile rant three years ago he says: "There are political forces in Oslo who want mass subsidised and low cost 'Islam-blocks' in Oslo West for 'better integration'.
com, commented in announcing MML Rants and Raves, "Many people are either intimidated by their health care providers or are too timid at the time of their treatment to ask questions about their care.
BROADCASTER Joan Bakewell is taking part in a Rebel Rant event organised by books festival Writing on the Wall.
Agora Publishing recently moved in that direction with its Internet Rant title.
The Michigan CU said it has already been receiving rant video returns from its kiosks in several college towns including those at the University of Arkansas at Fort Smith and at Lake Michigan College in Benton Harbor.
This is a rant--a rant against all those "Olde Towne" and "Courtyards" communities.
I AM sick of reading the rants of ex-Superintendent John Mellor.
Essentially laid out like a blog, Travel Rants covers a wide range of subjects, from New York bus fares to Malta's bid to increase tourism, and even visiting the remote Pitcairn Islands.
It's got some well thought out treatises on the state of skating, some political rants about GW, but also some ranting about local politics that droned for a bit and didn't mean much to me.
As for political blogs, these are the wallpaper of the blogosphere, and take the form of daily rants.
Second, he should serve up solidly reported tales that deftly combine "funny" with "alarming," because that's the way it is out there--99 percent of the time, kooks are harmless, even strangely likeable, but there's always the nerve-tweaking possibility that their silly or offensive rants will translate into serious, violent action.