What It's Like Living in a Foreign Country

— May 24, 2014 (5 comments)
OCTOBER 2011 TO JANUARY 2012: 85% of the country is declared a disaster zone due to severe flooding.

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NOVEMBER 2013: Anti-government protesters seize government offices.

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JANUARY 2014: Elections fail due to protesters not allowing people to the polls. A leading pro-government figure is shot. The government declares a national state of emergency.

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MAY 2014: The military steps in to restore order.

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ME THE WHOLE TIME:

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5 comments:

  1. I hear you. I've been living overseas since 1993, and I'm beginning to wonder if I should stay overseas permanently.

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  2. Do you actually watch Torchwood, or did you just Google "Indifference GIFs?"

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  3. It's the words coup d'etat that get our attention. We think it's the same as soup du'jour.

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  4. CNN got pretty excited about "martial law" too.

    @Matt: Just Googled. Sadly.

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  5. Don't worry, there's been predictions about a US Civil War II for some years now.

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