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· July, 2009

Stories about Humor from July, 2009

Global: George W. Bush as Middle East Envoy?

An opinion piece written for Newsweek suggesting George W. Bush make an excellent complement to U.S. President Obama as Middle East envoy has made waves in the blogosphere.

Trinidad & Tobago: PM vs. the Media

Trinidad & Tobago: Thoughts on Alleged Plot

Czech Republic, Russia: “Putin Goes To Pikalyovo”

India: Best Interior Design Blogs

Bhutan: Expensive Chilies

Europe: “EU Terminology for Dummies”

Syria: Who eats fruit?

Japan: Cat mania

The spreading of communities of people with same interests and hobbies is not new in the internet society. Netizens often exchange news, suggestions and picture on things and activities they...

Bahrain: No to Eating Corn in Shop

India: Once a teacher, always a teacher

Trinidad & Tobago: We Have A Problem

Barbados: Man Power

Belarus: The Grünwald pillow battle

UAE: What does Google know about Dubai?

Azerbaijan: An Interview with Scary Azeri

Unashamedly acerbic, but alway humorous, Scary Azeri in Suburbs has fast become popular with many interested in the South Caucasus and posts have even been republished by the media in...

Russia: Why Medvedev was drowsy at G8 summit

Dominican Republic: The 2nd Happiest Country in the World?

Barbados: Travel Questions

Azerbaijan: Canine reflections

Scary Azeri in Suburbs features a special guest post from her Baku-born Rottweiler who compares life as a dog in the United Kingdom with that of Azerbaijan.

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