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Elampimp
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LK Information  14 Feb 2012 12:09:49 GMT  Report for Abuse  
This is what ponsakiens do

Pimp the country to USA while the world is heading towards worst turmoil in its history.
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Sri Lanka - India matche ended in a tie!
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Ado Damed nakeyo,

tho gay nakee pukay hila boor wala the tho ta LNP akay bada yan nay? asamodagem tikak beepan badayaamata.


Natamiya ada kewa bada kata pirenna

Hak hak hak

If rhe natamiya Damed has a head, he could be able to think Y when members come here take him as a JOKE!

LOL!
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LK Information  14 Feb 2012 13:26:09 GMT  Report for Abuse  
People seeing stars in broad daylight'


(Srilankamirror) - With the recent fuel price hike, fuel has become costliest in Sri Lanka among South Asian countries, says UNP MP Karu Jayasuriya.

It may be a miracle for the government, but it is a cause for seeing stars in broad daylight for the masses, he says in a statement.
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Well done Mr.Blake...

Sri Lankans are fools, so MR fools them as he wishes.

But he can not fool everybody.

Demalunta kalin maranna one demalunta pass dena mee Singhala Hu**geputhalawa.
MR ta virudda nam rata balata giyath kamak naha kiyala mun onaama ekekuta pass devi
Ballige puthala.
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Thousands of fishermen working on some 20,000 boats did not go out to sea yesterday in protest over the massive fuel price increase.

Some 5,000 fishermen in Chilaw marched to the town shouting slogans and blocked the Colombo-Puttalam Road by burning tyres.

They urged the government to reverse the price hike so that they could continue with their livelihood once again. Some fishermen were seen sleeping on the road in protest while some others burnt a boat in the town. Shops in the area were closed.

Similar scenes were witnessed in Negombo with fishermen marching towards the Negombo beach carrying placards. Protests were reported from Mahawewa, Kalpitiya, Wennapuwa and Modera in the Colombo District. Black flags were hung in Modera in protest.

Maxi Fernando who led the protest in Negombo said they were demanding a 50 per cent price cut on kerosene and insisted they were not agreeable to a rationing system which had failed in the past.

He said they would be compelled to continue with the protests if the authorities failed to give a reasonable concession to the fishermen.

National Fishermen Solidarity Movement Convener Herman Kumara said they had no option but to give up their livelihood as they were unable to bear the fuel price hike and added that what hit them most was the price hike in kerosene. The price of kerosene was increased by Rs.35 a litre and as such their daily fuel expenses had risen by Rs.1,500.

Mr. Kumara charged that the government was yet to come up with a detailed explanation on how the subsidy was to be given.
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Demalunta kalin maranna one demalunta pass dena mee Singhala Hu**geputhalawa.
MR ta virudda nam rata balata giyath kamak naha kiyala mun onaama ekekuta pass devi
Ballige puthala.


Duminda(pa)k wagay damalunta dakata namayna pakayon gay ata dakan al lala olu wata 500kg barak badina ona.


Edited By - Elampimp - 14 Feb 2012 13:56:47 GMT
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Well done Mr.Blake...

Sri Lankans are fools, so MR fools them as he wishes.

But he can not fool everybody.

Demalunta kalin maranna one demalunta pass dena mee Singhala Hu**geputhalawa.
MR ta virudda nam rata balata giyath kamak naha kiyala mun onaama ekekuta pass devi
Ballige puthala.



Duminda(pa)k wagay damalunta dakata namayna pakayon gay ata dakan al lala olu wata 500kg barak badina ona.


Srilanka has a national crisis and these two having communal crisis.

Sure these two must be still having the 32 inch TVs etc stole in 1982 riots and unable to figure out how to operate them:(
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Sure these two must be still having the 32 inch TVs etc stole in 1982 riots and unable to figure out how to operate them:(


They were 60' 3D TVs.

Bornyesterday ta National crisis??? Is that you told sudda to get your refugee status?

Edited By - Elampimp - 14 Feb 2012 16:16:29 GMT
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Crash may be due to shortage of fuel???


No, fuel prices are gone upp.
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