Comments of the Week: International Affairs

Hoya must think they were protesting for the LULZ:

OWNED! Don’t mess with Egypt.

Steven sees the hero that Georgetown needs:

I’d be more than satisfied with Saferides’ departure if we can continue to rely on Batman’s defense.

Vox is as equally breathless as whoa:

Wow to the Voice for getting quoted on the Guardian!
http://www.guardian.co.uk/world/2011/nov/22/claims-us-students-arrested-tahrir-square

And our favorite Canadian music legend, Chad Kroeger, returns!:

I want to give a hearty congratulations to my good friend Jackson Perry on his new position as Blog Leader of Men. Jackson and I first met on the Dark Horse Tour when he was a roadie for Breaking Benjamin and I was the lead singer of an internationally-loved band with a strong following from middle-age high school PE teachers. It was a beautiful friendship full of pancakes covered in Canadian love juice (aka maple syrup). We were inseparable, composing stirring ballads and writing A+ reviews for my latest albums. Alas, the world needs Chad Kroeger too much to limit myself to Jackson, so I had to say goodbye and from time to time look at that photograph to stir those old feelings of camaraderie. I needed to bring myself to the world, to inspire Asian people to hold hands and sing platitudes about garbage and people not caring (to understand up-to-the-date Nickelback references, please view this stunning work of art: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Lj4NVYtzlQA). Good luck to you Jackson, this blog needs a hero to save it, and I know you won’t stand there and wait. Meanwhile, I will continue to save this world through my poetry. See you in Detroit!

-Chad

PS Nickelback’s latest album, Here and Now, is here and now. Go get it! Now! Nickelback Monday!

Rock on, Chad. Rock on.

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