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evariste in Discarded Lies:
King Sihanouk has a blog
It's very interesting, this blog by Cambodia's King Sihanouk. You can read all about it after the jump. I just wanted to highlight this part:
Sihanouk's Web site, which incorporates his blog in French, Khmer or English, attracts about 1,000 visitors daily from around the world.
Yeah, we're two or three times bigger than King Sihanouk. King Shnooky, (I can call you King Shnooky, right?) I'd like to take this opportunity to offer you the unprecedented, once-in-a-lifetime chance to triple your readership by joining us. Dump that dowdy old "Déclarations, Mises au point, Messages, Lettres de Sa Majesté Norodom Sihanouk". It's not even in English! We've been called "A Very Huge blog about international issues". You're just "A Very Tiny blog about what King Sihanouk thinks". I can see the synergies already. Let's merge! We have now blogrolled you. If you should refuse our generous offer, we will immediately delink you, you ungrateful upstart.

Update: We've extended the deadline.
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evariste in Discarded Lies:
That is a very bad dog! Do NOT go potty in parliament!
I wish Mbeki had stepped in it, that AIDS-denying, Mugabe-loving tyrant-in-waiting.
Inkatha Freedom Party leader Mangosuthu Buthelezi was "astounded" to find a turd on the floor in front of his bench in parliament.
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zorkmidden in Discarded Lies:
Eichmann's Guard
For years, the details of arch-Nazi Eichmann's hanging by the State of Israel was shrouded in secrecy -- from his being given his last glass of wine, to the noose being placed around his neck, to his lifeless body being incinerated in a specially-designed oven and his ashes spread over the sea outside Israel's territorial waters.

Most of those involved in Israel's first and only execution in 1962 are no longer living. But Nagar was "discovered" 12 years ago, when an Israeli radio station wanted to produce a 30th anniversary program of Eichmann's capture and hanging. After sifting through prison records and following tips from former prison employees, Nagar, "the short Yemenite guard" as he was remembered, was located and asked to reveal the memories he had stored away for so many years. At the time, Shalom Nagar, having retired from the Prisons Services, was living in Kiryat Arba and learning in kollel from dawn to midnight.
Read it all: The Executioner

(a thimbleful of cognac to semite5000)
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zorkmidden in Discarded Lies:
Being gay in Romania
It takes a lot of courage to hold a gay parade in a country where homosexuality was banned until recently, where thousands of people went to jail for being gay, and where most people believe that homosexuality is a sin and a disease. Five hundred gay Romanians marched through Bucharest, being booed and spit on, showing people they exist and are not afraid. Hats off to them.

Romanian gays booed as they march through capital
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zorkmidden in Discarded Lies:
Chia Spector
If Janette couldn't resist how could I...
Common Sense Runs Wild: My Obsession With Phil Spector's Head

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evariste in Discarded Lies:
Rat cornered
Chester says we may have Zarqawi surrounded. Kuwait's government news agency says US forces and Iraqi commandos know where he is to a high degree of specificity and are preparing to mount an operation to nab him. Now that would be a nice Memorial Day present to our troops. I know they'd like nothing better than to nab this rotten sonofabitch.
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zorkmidden in Discarded Lies:
Hello, American voter
According to a poll published in USA Today, the majority of people surveyed said they'd probably vote for Hillary Clinton if she ran for president. More than 70% also said they would be likely to vote for an unspecified woman for president in 2008 if she were running. Read Sean Gleeson's post for a good laugh.
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zorkmidden in Discarded Lies:
Everyone is a minority
Michael Totten, Resolving the Clash of Civilizations:
I recently returned home from Beirut, Lebanon, where I spent a month covering the democratic Cedar Revolution and Syria's withdrawal from the country after a 30 year-long occupation. Few places in the world beat Beirut as a foreign assignment. The city is packed from one end to the other with the classiest hotels, the hippest night clubs, the most stylish bars, the fanciest restaurants, the coziest cafes, and the best shopping districts this side of New York and Paris. But Lebanon's sophisticated and freewheeling culture isn't the only thing that makes a trip to that country both attractive and memorable. Nor is the nascent democracy movement the only encouraging news. One of the best stories out of Lebanon is the one that receives almost no coverage at all -- the end of the long-simmering sectarian hatefest and a genuine yearning for friendship between Christians and Muslims.

Lebanon is approximately 40 percent Christian and 60 percent Muslim. And from 1975 to 1990 a localized clash of civilizations ripped the country to pieces. Beirut was carved into eastern and western halves -- Christians on one side and Muslims on the other. Christians fought Muslims. Christians fought Christians. Muslims fought Christians, Israelis, Americans, and also each other. It was an apocalyptic war of all sects against all, a Yugoslavia of the Levant.
Read the rest and a thimbleful of cognac to jim russell
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