To celebrate the 50th anniversary of Burger King in Puetro Rico; Burger King was offering a hands-free whopper holder.
I showed this to my son – he wants one. I emailed my Sabra who is waiting patiently in Paris for his flight home. He told me to get one for him to hold shawarma. I emailed back Burger King does not sell shawarma…now he feels hard-done-by.
Life is Belief & Struggle - Ahmed Shawqi
Monday, June 3, 2013
Imagine: what the world needs most...
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I feel like I woke up on the planet Mars.
A senior Toronto Star journalist actually wrote a column demanding an immigration freeze.
I had to read it three times, and then, pinch myself.
For a long time, I have been looking for a compelling case for continuing to accept immigrants into this country, but with all the new realities brought on by globalization, outsourcing and high unemployment; the old boiler-plate positive gains immigrants traditionally brought to this country are no longer offset but the cost of their assimilation. Canada now is a very diverse place, and quite frankly, we need to tend and nurture our own garden.
And if we don’t, we are in real danger of ending with with Swedish Nights.
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