Here’s an upbeat little something to contemplate, brought to my attention by Stan Dubinsky.
This video introduces us to an Israeli graphic designer who, through the power of social media, started his own little Alice’s Restaurant Anti-Massacree Movement.
My favorite part is when he tells us that as a former paratrooper in the IDF, he’s not as naive as he may seem (he’s also not as young as he seems; he’s 41). I get the impression that he understands that none of this has made Ahmadinejad’s push to develop nuclear weapons go away or anything.
But he figures that getting some good vibes going between everyday folks in Israel and Iran couldn’t hurt.
The most impressive part of the story is when he says that, for a day, the top Google result for “Israel” showed images from his campaign…
Okay, it appears my e-mail address is being blocked from posting. If I add a 2, it at least shows up as awaiting moderation.
Not that I know of, Steven. Of course, I still don’t know what happened awhile back when you started having to add the “II” to your name…
I just checked, and neither you nor anyone else is “blacklisted” in the settings for the blog. When you comment with the “sdavis” address, it should be held for moderation.
you can’t beat karma