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Linkfest: A Rare Recording of Gandhi in English

The Washington Post has released a recording of Mahatma Gandhi giving a speech in English. It was made a few months before the Indian activist was assassinated, in April 1947, and kept safe in the home of a Washington journalist for 60 years.

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Rare recording of Gandhi speaking English/ Celebrity chimp missing in San Bernardino Mountains/ Drunken Swede tries to row home from Denmark/ Holland bans tobacco smoking in coffee shops, but allows pure cannabis spliffs

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Yay it's my birthday and I can finally eat in restaurants without going home smelling like an ashtray.

The smoking ban in Holland was a long time coming. Restaurants and cafes here are very small and there is almost never a non-smoking section.

Sent by Nathan in Holland | 8:16 AM | 7-1-2008

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