March 24, 2011
Article first published as Egyptians Vote on Technorati.
Basically the first real referendum in Egyptian history has past. There was also an amazing turnout of voters that didn’t seem to be bought off by the government or some political group. “This is the first real referendum in Egypt’s history,” said Mohamed Ahmed Attia, the chairman of the supreme judicial committee which supervised the elections, in announcing the results. “We had an unprecedented turnout because after Jan. 25 people started to feel that their vote would matter.” The vote came a month after President Hosni Mubarak was kicked out of the country after three days of riots and demonstrations by the people. At that time the military took control and attempted to calm the people. Read the rest of this entry »
February 17, 2011
Funny, the new motto for most people now a days is peace and love. Show me the peace and love. Don’t confront me because you should have peace and love. We all just want peace and love. Don’t take that from me because I am all about the peace and love. Peace and Love everywhere.
So why is it that everyone wants to smash my bubble and call ME the one with the problem when all I am doing is pointing out flaw Read the rest of this entry »