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  • 2011= the year of revolution?

    WTF is going on over there in Egypt and Tunisia? Is Tunisia the land of Jasmine hence the Jasmine revolution? What would YOU do if your twitter feed was interrupted?

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    Re: 2011= the year of revolution?

    It was a long time coming in Tunisia. I've actually done a ton of research and a few published papers on the Maghreb region's politics, emphasizing on Tunisian government/politics/society. Lots o'useless info in my head, or so I thought. . .

    With Egypt, I think they were just spurred on by Tunisia, but I don't really know as much about Egypt except my son's former daycare lady was a really hot Egyptian lady who I (probably mistakenly) thought wanted to go into my bone zone early and often. She can really charm a snake, amirite?

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      Re: 2011= the year of revolution?

      Mubarak has been the president in Egypt for 30 years or so. People are kind of sick of him.

      Once Tunisia did their thing, Egypt was all "Hey, this revolution thing might be a good idea. LET'S DO IT."

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        Re: 2011= the year of revolution?

        Are these revolts going toward, or away from sharia/islamist law?

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          Re: 2011= the year of revolution?

          Protests in Jordan too

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            Re: 2011= the year of revolution?

            FUCK YOU ALL!!!! I'M REBELLING!!!!! :gun: :runaway:

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              Re: 2011= the year of revolution?

              If only Twitter would overthrow Iran or North Korea.

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                Re: 2011= the year of revolution?

                Revolution is one of the constants in this world. Governments certainly aren't.

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