Tuesday, March 1, 2011

Walk Like an Egyptian


Walk Like an Egyptian

20 comments:

PippaD AKA Mummy said...

I'll make sure I thank one today!

Meri said...

Hurrah for freedom of expression!

Sarah said...

And walk like an Egyptian honors a teacher...how? I'm a little lost. :)

NYCSingleMom said...

Good for you.
Happy WW

http://www.nycsinglemom.com/2011/03/02/justin-bieber-first-love-wordless-wednesday/

Joyful said...

Wonderful and so true on many levels. Thank you :-)

CK Ng said...

Thanks to all my teachers. Happy WW! :)

Melissa + Tiffany @ Home Grown Families said...

Sorry. I'm lost, too!! :)
Thanks for the linky, though. We're following you now!
Tiffany

Cafe au lait said...

Wonderful shots! I will not forget to thank them. Happy WW.

I played too. Mine are here and here.

Betty Manousos@ CUT AND DRY said...

Thanks for posting this.

Krystal said...

very nice.

Susie said...

I am so proud of us because the protests have been peaceful!

BK said...

Great photo. Happy WW. Following.

BK

http://bkwalkerscafe.com

Melissa B. said...

For those who don't "get" the photo: Wisconsin Guv Scott (I'm an idiot) Walker is trying to balance his state's budget on the backs of teachers and other public servants. Tens of thousands of people - including my two daughters - have been demonstrating at the state capitol building for the last two weeks. The "Egyptian" sign carried by the young man- who was no doubt out of school because his mom the teacher was demonstrating - alludes to the recent demonstrations, and ultimate overthrow of a dictator, in Egypt. An apt comparison, correctamundo?

blueviolet said...

Love how the kids are getting into it!

Karen @ Scobberlotch said...

Just wonderful!

Nance said...

Ohio fell today. Our "Wisconsin" measure passed, with plenty of backdoor dealing by the republicans. My heart is broken. I can't escape fast enough. When did I become The Enemy? I am a teacher.

Tara R. said...

Should have had another sign reading 'if you can spell Egyptian... thank a teacher.'

cat said...

Nice one. I am a bit lost on the Egyptian one but...

Sarah said...

Now I got it! Thanks!!

miss jo said...

Fabulous ! People power for real, not just in a school textbook. Sweet !

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