“OBL Killed in Abbottabad”

I don’t intend in this blog to express my opinion about Osama Bin Laden’s murder..

To be honest, the first thing that ever came to my mind when i heard the news of Bin Laden’s operation other than the absolute and utter shock was “The daily show” and what Jon Stewart is going to say about it. So, the next day and as soon as i saw that the episode was uploaded to show’s website i watched it with high expectations that it’s going to be a real LOL sarcastic episode, and yep i was right, indeedy. It is absolutely, undoubtedly funny that i watched it twice. Although i don’t really agree with a lot of what he said, or the American ego which was like the theme of the episode yet, it is still hilarious. So here is a link to the episode in case you’ve missed it..

ENJOY..

http://www.thedailyshow.com/watch/mon-may-2-2011/big-deady

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2 responses to ““OBL Killed in Abbottabad”

  • Berkman Center for Internet & Society

    Dear Blogger,

    Hi! This is an invitation from the Berkman Center for Internet & Society at Harvard University and Global Voices Online to participate in a survey we’re carrying out jointly. We’re asking questions about online safety for bloggers in the Middle East and North Africa, and we need your help!

    We are particularly interested in learning about your experiences with social media, the steps you take to protect your privacy online, and your perceptions of online threats. We are sending surveys to approximately 600 influential bloggers throughout the region in the hopes of learning more about how bloggers view and approach the issue of online safety.

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