· December, 2007

Stories about Humor from December, 2007

Serbia: Dusan Saponja & Dusan Cavic

  11 December 2007

Belgrade 2.0 posts a wonderful selection of the wonderful video stories by Dusan Saponja and Dusan Cavic: “For short episodes such as these you just saw, it’s not really necessary to understand Serbian. However, most of the real masterpieces, award-winning shows, are subtitled. You see, besides humorous short clips, Dushan...

Kuwait: Dude, Where is my Winter ?

  10 December 2007

This week, a Kuwaiti blogger dishes out advice on how to behave this winter while others continue to give comedy act Axis of Evil raving reviews. Also from Kuwait is a visit to the Car Show and a price hike at Starbucks.

Malaysia: Minister of Antiquities

  9 December 2007

The Malaysian wants the nation's information minister to be handed the minister of Antiquities portfolio. This comes after the minister botched up an interview with a Global TV Channel and continues to make remarks that “go on ad nauseam without a care, not worrying about whether he makes sense or...

Poland: Fire Drill

  7 December 2007

The beatroot describes the “Fire Drill Day” at his office building in Warsaw: “All in all, a totally pathetic performance by all public services, and…well, a little dangerous that public buildings should be in the hands of a bunch of fools. Still, I haven’t laughed so much in ages.”

Kyrgyzstan: Santa's new home

  6 December 2007

CXW reports on a Swedish consulting company’s conclusion that Santa Claus should move to Kyrgyzstan in order to be able to – mathematically and practically – visit all kids on Earth overnight.

Haiti: Of Policies & Procedures

  5 December 2007

“I like to think that my time in Haiti has made me a kinder, more patient Tara. As it turns out maybe that is only true in certain situations”: Livesay Haiti Weblog has a new travel policy.

Russia: Duma Election Notes

  3 December 2007

According to the early official results, president Vladimir Putin's United Russia party has won a landslide victory in the Dec. 2 general elections. Below is a tiny fraction of the recent election posts by Russian bloggers, translated from Russian.

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