Thursday, March 16, 2006

Quick Notes

Been pretty busy at work this week, let's see if I can make it up.

PETA Day


If you haven't already done so, its not too late to get to a drive through for late-night burger or something to continue the modern tradition of pissing off the PETA nuts on this very day. Hey look, I like animals just as much as the next guy, but I have trouble taking seriously a group whose members believe that we must "reason" rather than squash the mosquitos on our skin during the summer time.

I made sure to do my part with a 1/4lb burger for lunch, 12 oz sirloin steak for dinner, and 12 spicy buffalo wings at the pool hall an hour ago.

Calling all New England Freedom Lovers.

Should there be any reader of this blog living in the New England region, take note:

Here's your chance of showing the Iranian student movement your support. The Iran Freedom Concert Committee is holding a (what else?) concert Saturday at Harvard University to kick off they're solidarity campaign. The event is supported by numerous organizations as well as a bi-partisan effort by Republican and Democrat student groups. The main significance of this event? The Video Feed will be broadcasted directly to the student leaders in Iran to show they're honorable quest for Human Rights and Democratic reform under the repressive regime. And believe you me, nothing could be a bigger moral booster to these guys than to have the knowledge that they're struggle and determination is recognized and supported by the international community.

The event is scheduled to begin at 9 PM, at the Leverett House. The committee is planning on other events in the future on campuses across the U.S. For more information visit:

http://www.iranfreedomconcert.com/


And take note on whenever they come to campus near you.

Harper's visit to Afghanistan

What they said.

That's all.


My candidate for bravest journalist award.

This Guy.


Arabian Dissent censored!!....in China?

I knew this blog might make a few heads explode back in my ancestral region, but apparently I've done something to piss off the Chinese Government (why? I have no clue!). One reader e-mailed to inform me that Arabian Dissent was blocked from servers in China. Which is odd, because I don't remember ever blogging about China or its government. Anyone else received similar complaints?

Update: Mea Culpa! Apparently I did blog about China here. (Note to self: Never blog drunk again. )

4 Comments:

At Thursday, 16 March, 2006, Anonymous Anne (happier in Ontario) said...

Congratulations! You know you must be doing something right when you are pissing the chinese off.

Now, what was it you were blogging about regarding ports in the U.S. and Canada? Think that got noticed?

 
At Thursday, 16 March, 2006, Blogger The Arabian Knight said...

Oh yeah!!!!!! Thanks Anne.

 
At Thursday, 16 March, 2006, Blogger Winston said...

I doubt that Iran freedom Concert is coming to Canada

 
At Thursday, 15 July, 2010, Anonymous Anonymous said...

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