Michael Moynihan notes good news from Baghdad: As Islamist militants have retreated, it’s become safe to buy alcohol again. The story of one shopkeeper, who has defiantly re-opened across the street from where the Mahdi Army burned down his old store, prompts this exchange in the comments:
Conhugeco | December 7, 2007, 2:21pm | #
Paulus Ishaq, a Christian liquor salesman – I wonder what his life insurance rates are?
ed | December 7, 2007, 2:24pm | #
Doesn’t matter. He’s going to heaven.
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