Good stuff guys. Sorry I didn't join in more.
Just for the hell of it, here's what's playing at the local art museum in Riverside, if you can believe it:
Director: Julia Bacha
Film Screening, May 27, 7:00 PM
Unrated | 78 minutes
Budrus, a documentary film from filmmaker Julia Bacha, follows a Palestinian leader who unites Fatah, Hamas, and Israelis in an unarmed movement to save their village from destruction from Israel's Separation Barrier.
Spirit of Freedom Prize, Bahamas, 2010
"If you want a real film about women changing history, try the documentary Budrus."
- Nigel Andrews
Well stated, CK. I was, of course, trying to be funny, but if I were to get serious about it, that would be my take as well.
Don't stop there, Frog. Generosity is the key to good diplomacy. Gandhi was willing to have a Muslim lead India. That's what got him killed, but dying the right way is also an act of generosity--and dying generously is a familiar concept to the region now in question.