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Wednesday, September 19, 2007

Talk Like a Pirate Day: Everything I Know about Pirates by Tom Lichtenheld

It's Talk Like a Pirate Day, and if you need to extend your piratese beyond "Yaarrrrr!", take a look at Everything I Know about Pirates, which features an Official Pirate Glossary and a guide to pirate haberdashery.

If any of ye lubbers can't get beyond "Yo ho ho!," here's a site that'll give ye a quick fix fer yer pirate lingo!

Avast ye! Get yer dungbies off the poop deck and talk like a pirate today!

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  • Spanish authorities
    accuse 14-year-old of terrorism:

    !!Documentary Campaign!!!

    Spanish authorities have prosecuted a child for terrorism! Incredible but true!

    14-year-old Èric Bertran e-mailed companies requesting labeling in
    Catalan language, using the "Phoenix" monicker from the Harry Potter
    books. The Spanish police accused him of organizing an Al Qaeda cell.
    The authorities took him all the way to the Spanish High Court.

    From August 27 to September 2, we're getting the word out, through
    blogs, press releases, and other media. Here's the idea: We want this
    film about the Èric Bertran case to be seen as many times as possible
    from September 3rd to 9th, so that it ends up ranking in the "most
    watched" circuit.

    Through this coordinated effort, with the help of new communications
    and information technologies, we hope to get some international
    coverage of this case, and the true deficit of democracy in the
    Spanish State, as well as the fact that the Catalan people are now
    demanding their right to define themselves as a sovereign nation.

    The documentary has been uploaded to YouTube in five parts. Here's the
    link to the first part of the video, for the purposes of the mass
    viewing:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aIiRFSCgGu4

    Read more about the bogus terrorism charge at: www.victoralexandre.cat

    Juvenile Èric Bertran was prosecuted for demanding labelling in Catalan language, a right given to him by the Spanish Constitution. This is a democratic state within modern Europe?

    Watch the video: http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=3666585673568780060&hl=en

    Or, see the film in 5 parts on YouTube, go to: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aIiRFSCgGu4

    There's even a play! http://www.ericielfenix.cat/

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 7:17 AM  

  • There's an article about modern-day Malaysian pirates, with photos, on the National Geographic website: http://magma.nationalgeographic.com/ngm/2007-10/malacca-strait-pirates/pirates-text.html

    By Anonymous Marilyn Terrell, at 5:26 AM  

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