keeping_it_a_mystery3 karma2012-02-23 06:45:07 UTC
This is a beautiful French story "L'homme qui plantait des arbres" ( or "the man who planted trees". This post reminded me of this story. you should read it.
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keeping_it_a_mystery2 karma2018-12-12 21:53:10 UTC
Im an American living abroad, I cannot access the website. It says the server won't allow it. Anyway I can get around this?
keeping_it_a_mystery2 karma2018-12-12 22:29:34 UTC
You don't have permission to access "http://nystateofhealth.ny.gov/" on this server.
keeping_it_a_mystery1 karma2013-06-13 18:43:55 UTC
I'm moving to Istanbul next Tuesday from the US to be with my boyfriend. I am very excited by all this commotion. I feel more strongly about this than our own Occupy movement. I am very proud of what I've seen even though I'm not a Turkish citizen. I'm very excited and honored to be able to become a part of this. I've been keeping up with this since the peaceful protest in Gezi Park. It's taken a tool on me emotionally, a mixture of excitement and worry. I've been told that as a "tourist" I won't be targeted. Do you feel that is true, even if I am clearly a part of the demonstration? Also, I read that the police violence that happened Tuesday at Gezi Park looked staged. That there were "civilian officers" in the crowd "giving cause" to the police to be violent. Has that been confirmed?
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