Angry Birds: Arab Spring Edition

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And a kind of mashup of various Dish themes over the last couple of months. Oddly, or perhaps not, I find myself playing more Angry Birds right now. It's a relief from the saturation in such bloody and chilling news stories - from Surt to Fukushima. And it's the one thing I can do while attaching myself to my daily asthma nebulizer.

Sadly, of course, the American Eagle has much more power to remove Qaddafi in an iPad game than in reality.

(Hat tip: Evgeny Morozov)

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