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· May, 2011

Stories about Humor from May, 2011

Russia: OBEY Giant Poster Wonders ‘Who Set Up Strauss-Kahn?’

Trinidad & Tobago: Politricks?

Brazil: Photos from the “Different People's” Big Barbecue Protest

It is unclear whether the Higienópolis subway station will become a reality after Brazil's barbecue protest, but the issue has stimulated the creativity of web users. In this post, see...

Georgia: Tolkienesque Clashes on the Streets of Tbilisi

On 21 May, just days before the 20th anniversary of Georgia declaring its independence from the former Soviet Union, protests organized by the opposition People's Assembly accused President Saakashvili of...

Caribbean: Reflections on the Rapture

So the world was supposed to end this past Saturday - at least according to some religious sects. Caribbean bloggers write about how one man's delusion had an impact on...

Brazil: Barbeque as Protest in São Paulo

A new kind of protest has become a hit in Brazil: the barbeque. Those behind it are part of a "new" social class in Brazil: so-called "different people". To understand...

China: Shake the Country

Pakistan: If Your Mosque Had WiFi!

Trinidad & Tobago: The Firing of King

Brazil: “Different People” Mobilize Massive Street Barbecue in Higienopolis

Where the hell is Taiwan

Kuwait: In Love with Osama Bin Laden

Kuwaiti columnist Khulood Al-Khamis has declared her undying love to terror mastermind Osama Bin Laden, saying she looks forward to being united with him in heaven to live out her...

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