When you decide to order fruit for desert in a fine restaurant in Beirut, here's what you get, and here's the angst-ridden thinking of what happens to nature's good bounty when we've had our slim pickings...
So many fruits, so little time!
Lara Logan was doing her job. The CBS correspondent was in Cairo last Friday as Egyptians celebrated the end of Hosni Mubarak’s 30-year reign over the country when she was brutally attacked by a mob of some 200 people, a statement from the network said on Tuesday.
Reports say, her own no doubt at the very least and others corroborating this, she was beaten and sexually assaulted by the group of Egyptians.
An ominous voice from Jordan warns:
"If you're rooting for your oppressors to stay in power, citing biblical-like, god given right for them to rule you.
Then you're sadly oppressed and you don't know it."
This blogger delivers a pointed message to Jordanian people to not keep quiet if their government is not meeting their needs and potential "to achieve (the) greatness" the Jordanian people are good for.
Spicy sweet Eliwat brings us more questions of Jordanian oppression, paranoia, and credit where it's due to a good job done by the Moukhabarat where it counts. Like in protection of hotel bombings and threats to the Kingdom.
Come on Moukhabarat in Jordan don't bite! They might elsewhere (no names mentioned, Syria)
After all says Ola, we haven't had bloggers behind bars yet, unlike others, have we? (Famous last words?)
Middle East protests - live updates on Libya, Bahrain, Yemen
"The protests in Bahrain are so organised that they even have a media centre,"
"Libyan state television said that rallies were held in the early hours of Wednesday morning across the country in support of Gaddafi."