The feast at the Pyramids

Upperclass egyptians and faux intellectiuals at parties always like to bring up the topic of the "revolution of the hungry egyptian masses". They always detail the ways it's inevtiable, all alongside anecdotes and stories they've heard from their maids and drivers about the lives and hardships of "za boor beoble", and spend time in speculation on when it will actually happen, while agreeing on one thing: It will be very soon!

I, on the other hand, know exactly when it will happen. December 12, 2008! Mark your calenders, people!

Why?

Cause if this shit doesn't make them revolt, I just don't know what will! 

Comments

  1. i luv egypt says:

    The egy beans will abraise the Pyramids stones!!
    Does any body here now any information about Iran pissed off at the Americans for the new movie “300″… i cant wait to see that movie and to see what really pissed off the persians!! SM please give us more info about it, you get good resources.

  2. “Eat the rich.”

  3. I wonder if they’ll roast a pig….:-)

    As for 300, they apparently painted the Persians as evil, unhuman, ruthless killers. See the review on Iranian TV.

  4. it’ a way to enjoy paying money that without this occasion they would have to give away to their own country taxes recollector ;

    anyway those billionaires are the same who rule mondialisation,

    I suggest Sam getting invited and then makes a revolutionnaire act in blowing up himself :D

  5. Nothing will make egyptians revolt. We do not believe in anything even in revolution.

  6. More garbage to dump on the only remaining Seven Wonders of The World. Oh and I like it that none of the money is going to Egypt (sarcasm) – even though they plan on using the Pyramids for their gaudy, sumptuous feast. From my understanding the Iranians are pissed about 300 because it shows them as brutal and Xerxes as “gay” (very campy). I want to see it too. My family originated from Sparta and lower Greece and I can only say, I find it hard to believe that the Persians were as brutal as the Spartans. But the writer and producer has a post 9-11 reactionary view of the Middle East (something I read in an article,) so take it from there.