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LOL! Loved that last one.
All the others were spot on when it comes to the way we take our liberties over here for granted. - G
the last ones a beauty :)
the last ones a beauty :)
nonamedufus said…
Georgina: I chuckle over how some cartoons portray how we use social networks compared to the social activism of the people in the streets of Egypt, Libya and so on.
nonamedufus said…
IWBY: I liked that last one, too.
nonamedufus said…
IWBY: You said that already. Ha, ha.
Donnie said…
Can't help but believe that Mubarak is laughing his ass off at the way things are going in Libya. Maybe not, but he's , Mubarak, still got his money.
Quirkyloon said…
I'm with Donnie. Mubarak can't be suffering too much with his billions. Yeesh.

Great funnies. The second to last one was my fave. Although all were verra verra good ones!

So what happens to the U.S. when the domino effect gets to us? hee hee. KIDDING! I don't want to oust Obama...but there are some congressmen I think we should get rid of!
nipplelicious said…
Funny, sad, and yet oh so truthful... half the time all these Tweets, status updates, and emails make me want to send everyone snail mail ;)
nonamedufus said…
Donnie: Do you think it's HIS money?
nonamedufus said…
Quirks: There's rumours Gadaffi's got billions banked in Britain. He's no dummy...just a despot.
nonamedufus said…
Nips: My bills come via snail mail and that's just fine by me. I'm in no hurry to get them.
meleah rebeccah said…
ahahahhahahah! Very funny. The last one is my favorite!
nonamedufus said…
meleah rebeccah: The last one seems to have gotten a chuckle out of most folks. I don't know why some people think they have to share their cell conversations with everyone around them.

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