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Topic: Link Your Song Phrase
Posted: Sunday, February 13, 2011 4:13:03 PM
Way Out Here - Josh Thompson
Topic: correctness of a text
Posted: Sunday, February 13, 2011 4:07:44 PM
After following headlines of a few widely read online newspapers, it is impossible not to mention the resignation of Egyptian President Hosni Mubarack, from The Telegraph to The New York Times. It can be easily noticed the pressure put forth by USA on the ‘step down’ by Mr. Mubarack. Of course, the Egyptian nation is now celebrating a huge victory; no nation should be ruled by a single man for more than 4 or 8 years, let alone 3 decades. But it raises more questions: What next? Is Egypt ready to create a new order? Why is USA meddling? Is it because they are the most qualified to advice on what to do next? Egypt had better not think so. Is this going to happen to other countries in the Middle East where there’s dictatorship? Unlikely, otherwise, how are USA going to keep their imperialism if there’s no fanatic group to sell guns to?

You can change your numbers to their alphabetical counterparts, that is, change 4 to four and 8 to eight, but that's just a matter of preference.

"Unlikely, otherwise, how is the United States going to keep their..."
The use of "is" isn't negotiable, everything else is personal preference, however.