The weather in Tehran is arguably pleasant, and all I hear about is how the heck students and families are going to get their UK visas with the embassy being closed in the foreseeable future …
Meanwhile, it’s nice to see that our fellow countrymen are wasting no time in promoting war with Iran, in the event that IsraelEUS decide to forgo one. Well obviously, bombs on our heads are always a lovely, lovely prospect! So thank you! Your voice is a truly valuable addition
to the Cain campaign.
And if you haven’t noticed the little left sidebar, I’m now on Twitter!
It’s mighty hard to use it in Iran, even with the VPN network my sister has set intact. So I don’t know if I can keep it going for long! :-S
Ray the Hermit brought me there. Even though I still have strong reservations about Twitter “leading” the protests in Tehran, and would gladly arm wrestle any idiot who claims this, it is beautiful and haunting how I, an average pedestrian roaming Tehran, and Ray, a self-described Hermit roaming New York, could be so close, almost as if we were on one of our city excursions together.
Hope he is keeping safe … I shall try to do the same.