Monday, May 24, 2010


From Thomas Friedman's Op-ed:
"Winston Churchill famously observed that, “You can always trust the Americans. In the end, they will do the right thing, after they have eliminated all the other possibilities.” Is that still true for our generation? We’re going to find out. The time for bluffing ourselves is over. Are we going to do what it takes to fix our country, or are we going to be remembered as the generation that received more poker chips from their parents than any other and then had to turn around and toss a single chip to their kids and tell them to put it on “Lucky 21” — and hope for the best."

Want to see the countryside? Go to Paris!
[Farmers Bring the Country to Paris]

North Korea, if you ruin my stay in the ROK, I will take it personally.
[The Economist]

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