Bag’s Take-Away:

1. America’s had as much anxiety as it can handle, thank you very much?

2. U.S. exceeds its protest quota. Media “Occupied out”?

3. GOP Isolationism is catching?

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Bag’s Take-Away:

1. America’s had as much anxiety as it can handle, thank you very much?

2. U.S. exceeds its protest quota. Media “Occupied out”?

3. GOP Isolationism is catching?

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Bag’s Take-Away:
This certainly isn’t p.c. to talk about when rocks are flying and the regime is bashing heads, but the current festival atmosphere in Tahrir Square — beautifully captured here by Getty’s John Moore — illustrates how much the drama in Cairo (highlighted by the snack of choice at the cinema) is truly that.
(photo: John Moore/Getty Images caption: Popcorn: The protesters, many of whom have been on the square for almost two weeks, were joined by women and children over the weekend. This photo was taken on Sunday, February 6. via: Settling In on Tahrir Square - Photo Essays - TIME)
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Bag’s Take-Away:

This certainly isn’t p.c. to talk about when rocks are flying and the regime is bashing heads, but the current festival atmosphere in Tahrir Square — beautifully captured here by Getty’s John Moore — illustrates how much the drama in Cairo (highlighted by the snack of choice at the cinema) is truly that.

(photo: John Moore/Getty Images captionPopcorn: The protesters, many of whom have been on the square for almost two weeks, were joined by women and children over the weekend. This photo was taken on Sunday, February 6. via: Settling In on Tahrir Square - Photo Essays - TIME)

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