I was at the Toronto-islanders game yesterday :) and there was a small intermission for ice repairs and a thing called "Luke's troops" was announced. Luke shene had gotten a injured Canadian soldier and his friends tickets for the game :) and when the soldier's story was being announced he got a standing O. The game had to be delayed because nobody would sit/stop cheering for about 3-4 minutes. Though there was a woman with a burka on who was not standing or clapping (I assumed she was muslim).
I guess there is grass root muslim support for the Taliban.
Posted: Thu Mar 12, 2009 8:28 am Post subject: The age of nepotism
I think that Difference is what makes this world so colorful, and finding similarities between the people of different nationality, religion and culture is a way to make connections to the rest of the world. In addition to this, I found an exciting reading called The Age of Nepotism that talks about different cultures and the ways to connect with others. You should check it out, as well as the site www.theageofnepotism.com
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