do u think that Mubaraks’ regime ssi will shake in their shoes because of “blogger strivers” with barely couple of hundred visitors each month hiding behind their laptops while eating the big mac and holding (diet) pepsi cans?! loooool
don’t give urself so much credit and try to live in the real world and realize ur extent. oh i almost forgot u don’t live in Egypt, don’t get squeezed like salmon in public transportations everyday, stand in long queues waiting for the 5 pt. bread, still not married at age of 40!!
Hi Peter, what a nice compliment, I’ll be sure and tell old Sall you said so! (That said, the video was actually the effort of Equality in Egypt… 🙂 And thanks about the LOL defense, it’s mentalities like that that will keep Egypt at the bottom of the list of human rights, happiness, and freedom. Rabena yeshfeehom!
Just a late comment Sara. I believe these are dark moments for Egypt. The last thing I was proud of was virtual freedom of expression. I never imagined that the government will arrest someone because of what he writes in his blog! to make things worse, a majority of bloggers or commentors are displaying apathy or even support for his imprisonment!