· November, 2007

Stories about Humor from November, 2007

Trinidad & Tobago: Hearing Voices

  8 November 2007

“Vox populi, vox dei. The voice of the people is the voice of god”: Jeremy Taylor fears that the Prime Minister of Trinidad and Tobago has taken the phrase literally.

Guyana: Look-See

  8 November 2007

“Oh, the wonderful things you can see when you look, look, look”: Guyana-Gyal‘s eyes are opened after a visit to the courthouse.

Bulgaria: Halloween

  5 November 2007

KGrady of What's Going Down? regrets they don't celebrate Halloween in Bulgaria – but dresses up anyway, as a 10-Leva bill. His wife, Petya of BigHead, dresses up as a “Bulgarian school-teacher on strike” – and posts some pictures.

Trinidad and Tobago: Election Picong

  2 November 2007

With general elections looming on 5 November, bloggers in Trinidad and Tobago respond to the three main parties' campaigns with frustration, anger — and satire.

Guyana: Wicked Dessert

  2 November 2007

Guyana-Gyal invites you to take a taste of a dessert with “a name that connote ruckshan-ness…that is, bad-girl-ness”…

China: Illegal Content Check

  2 November 2007

There is a website for checking illegal content of your website (Chinese only). Hegelchong has a checkup and finds a list of illegal words such as CCP, repression, independent, strike, protest, demonstration, sex, etc. (zh) The check-up website is a mockery of the Great Fire Wall.

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