If Arabs thought quitting smoking was hard, try Twitter!
"Tweeting or checking emails may be harder to resist than cigarettes and alcohol, according to researchers who tried to measure how well people could resist their desires.
They even claim that while sleep and sex may be stronger urges, people are more likely to give in to longings or cravings to use social and other media."
"My father had worked for IHOP some 12 years; he began as an assistant manager working tiring night-shifts, moving up along the ladder towards his final position as a district manager overseeing 4 stores in the Dallas-Fort Worth metroplex,"
And then he got canned, along with 4 other Middle Eastern men. This honest blog gives us insight into the still lingering fear of people who look Arab in the melting pot of America.
How can such a short poem so powerfully communicate its message?
This blogger laments the present state of surplus information and menas to convey those facts at the sacrifice of true, substantive communication and relationships.