Not quite what I would expect from the book, but I guess all main themes and plots appear to be intact.
Wikileaks has released a bundle of diplomatic cables regarding the situation in Egypt. Some of these are quite shocking, like the hanging of dissidents by their arms for weeks to trafficking children for organ harvesting. No wonder they are shutting off the internet… New cable on Egyption police brutality http://wikileaks.ch/cable/2009/01/09CAIRO79.html Mubarak private briefing for senator [...]
This is a nice little quiz. Takes less than five minutes.
A friend asked me this just a bit ago, and my response was lengthy and straight baller, so I had to make it its own post. There are two main problems of government spending. The first is that you don’t get your moneys worth. When you spend your own money on yourself you care what [...]
Just as governments abroad provide many “free” goods and services such as police protection, healthcare, and roads, so too will the student government by providing students with free Los Trojes food. Come one, come all, as student money will be used to pay for food from the local on-campus restaurant to provide food and drinks [...]
I’m sorry for a somewhat unrelated post, but this is getting ridiculous. The ASUN is expecting clubs to update their profiles via Orgsync by next month or they will lose recognition, but Orgsync is hindering clubs from being able to do so. I know myself, and many other club leaders, hate this program. I am [...]
Keegan’s last e-mail: Your entire argument is, “What I say can happen and anything that doesn’t make sense I don’t have to explain because I don’t have to know every detail. A man doesn’t have to set up gas stations before making an automobile.” This is it entirely. And you feel that I should be [...]