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spider said:

Really good stuff, guys. Keep up the good work. We are watching, reading, and listening.
February 16, 2010
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Kevin G. said:

This is what I appreciate seeing/hearing the most...the perspective of the local Afghan citizen! It's good to hear the hope of the youth in the country. I only hope that it can prevail and translate into action on their part.
February 14, 2010
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Nathan Gallahan said:

Hi Lynn!
The "Ask an Afghan" section is within the forum. Anyone who registers for the site has access to the forums, where they can ask us questions and continue the conversations we're having on Afghanistan.
February 13, 2010
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Maureen Hibbard said:

Thank you
All I can say is Thank You for your hard work and dedication to showing the world what Afghanistan is really like. I look forward to each day's Videos and blogs. Stay safe.
February 13, 2010
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Lynn said:

Nate and Ken, as an Afghanistan watcher I am interested to track how your project gets picked up and gets around. One question: you mention the "ask an Afghan" section but I cannot find it on the site. Maybe you can make it more prominent?
take care, body armor and no body armor.
February 12, 2010
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Sunshine said:

Senior Enrollment Counselor - University of Phoenix
Although I cannot wait until you get back here, I am very proud to see that you are bringing a light to an area that many of us do not see. I look forward to reading daily of your travels and gaining understanding of what they have to go through on a daily basis. Wow. We take so many things for granted every day. Be safe.....
February 12, 2010
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Denise T said:

The human touch is what people need to see to understand. I want to say thank you for bringing the faces/voices of those we're trying to help.

I wish you safe journey.

DeniseT smilies/smiley.gif
February 12, 2010
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Ken Raimondi said:

I too am amazed at what they have accomplished amidst war and terror. In my four months here, I have met dozens of young Afghans like Mohammad and Manizha who are educated and hoping to make a difference in their country. They are interested in a cultural exchange and if you go to the "Ask an Afghan" section you can start up a conversation. smilies/grin.gif

Thanks again for watching.

February 12, 2010
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Jonathan said:

I can't even imagine what it would be like to try and get an education in that kind of environment. As a college student in Oklahoma, I don't have many distractions. But living in Afghanistan under Taliban rule and then living through an invasion by Coalition forces and still getting an education and learning English is just damn impressive. These guys have my respect. I just hope that they become Afghanistan's future leaders.
February 12, 2010
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