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These have to be the best cartoons of the war so far. And because we live in the West, we get to view them on some fancy hi-tech piece of hardware (the thing you're reading this on right now).

[Apologies to all readers from East and South]

Cartoons are all about style and this has bags of it. It consists of nothing more than a series of conversations between cartoon suit with phone number one, cartoon suit with phone number two and a cartoon PC.

If also has lots of swear words in it - which are, we enjoy reminding you - very funny when used correctly. For those offended by any criticism of the war that the West is currently inflicting on Afghanistan - have no fear - you will find no criticism here. Quite the opposite in fact.

Mindless, abusive, terrific. Check it here.

Oh - the Web site is called mnftiu which stands for "My new fighting technique is unstoppable". ®

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