Don't come a-knockin if Iran's a-rockin

by Anonymous on Apr. 19th, 2010

Ruins in Iran: How could this happen? Well...
Ruins in Iran: How could this happen? Well...Courtesy indigoprime
I heard this on the radio, but I have to credit my cousin (via email) for the headline and link to the story. The fact that Tehran is built on a whole bunch of fault lines could be a better reason than this irrational thought process.

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