Brickbat: Egyptian Edict

khalid almasoud / photo on flickrkhalid almasoud / photo on flickrA court in Cairo, Egypt, has ordered the government to block access to YouTube for 30 days. The court says it was acting on a complaint filed several months ago against YouTube for hosting "Innocence of Muslims," a film some Muslims believe insults the founder of Islam.

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  • ||

    I guess cats aren't good luck over there anymore.

  • Fist of Etiquette||

    You know who else was on youtube insulting people?

  • Generic Stranger||

    Triumph the Insult Comic Dog?

  • Whiterun Guard||

    The random youtube insult generator?

  • Fist of Etiquette||

  • Whiterun Guard||

    Honestly, in their defense, you know how hard it is to keep sand out of your vagina in freaking Egypt?

  • Professional Target||

    I can imagine. Sex on the beach = grit everywhere = the woman was pissed of for 3 days.

  • RenkBooo||

    OK wow, I really like the sound of that. Makes a lot of sene dude.

  • ||

    Well, at least you aren't a Pedo-Bot. I thought REASON would never kill off waamin.

    I do like the sound of "RenkBooo". HM, if you are around, is there any linguistic equivalent to "RenkBooo"?

  • Heroic Mulatto||

    Well "renk" is Turkish for "color".

  • Bardas Phocas||

    At least they're not so backward and tyrannical as to throw man in jail for posting a video insulting the prophet.

  • Rich||

    So, YouTube's gone for 30 days, eh? Talk about your holey month!

  • Adam.||



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