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Link to article: http://www.nytimes.com/2011/05/26/world/middleeast/26egypt.html?_r=1&scp=1&sq=&st=nyt Tweet

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Link to article: http://www.nytimes.com/2011/05/06/world/middleeast/06egypt.html?scp=1&sq=&st=nyt Tweet

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During the five hours or so it took me to cut the words out of this half page, I was listening to an interview with political theorist Benjamin Barber. A straight shooter, Barber, basically said that with a millitary and vice President appointed by Mubarak in power in Egypt, the meaningful change desired by protesters […]

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This is an article from Feb. 6. Trying to get my head around all that the action of cutting the words out implies. Article by David Kirkpatrick Photo by Ed Ou for the New York Times Tweet

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Continued progress on a second article. Article by David Kirkpatrick Photo by Ed Ou for the New York Times Tweet

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I scanned the newspaper first thing this morning, looking for the headlines, and especially news about Egypt. Saw the headline “Mubarak Stays…” so I didn’t rush to turn on the radio or read further. Instead l checked my email and then my facebook page. The top post on my wall was “Go Egypt” with a […]

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Continued work on an article on the on-going political struggle in Egypt. Attempting to match my stamina with that of the protesting Egyptian people. As I cut out these words I am glad to know that there are lots of copies of these words all around the world. I am encouraged as I read and […]

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Continuing with the cut outs this is the first section of an article from the sunday Times. I plan to continue on the rest of the large article. Article by David Kirkpatrick Tweet

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The first page of an article in which I am cutting out all the wording. I also feel at a loss when trying to comprehend all that is going on in this part of the world, not to mention the broader implications for what it all means in regards to international relationships. My small protest […]

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I’m taking a few liberties with my post today. The photo of the Mubarak supporter on a camel first appeared in Thursday’s newspaper. It’s taken me two days to digest the oddity enough to be able to make a clear enough statement to have anything worth posting. As I read today’s paper, “Obama urges Mubarak […]

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