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They Protested The Amount Of Trash In Their City, And Now They're Even Angrier

OCTOBER 30, 2015  —  By Tim Unkenholz  
Tim Unkenholz

Tim Unkenholz

Writer and stand up comedian in NY. Check out my monthly comedy show Roomie Raiders at the Creek and The Cave! @timunken

The city of Beirut currently looks like something out of a Greenpeace documentary, with rivers of trash flowing freely through the streets. It all began when people started protesting that their streets were filled with garbage, which eventually led to them protesting the government in general.

Then, presumably, some Beirutian rhetorically said, "Well, at least it isn't raining!" And so it did.

شو Ù...نقول لولادنا بكرا؟ ايه نحنا الجيل اللي شاف اول طوفان زبالة؟ ايه نحنا الجيل اللي اجت الكوليرا عاياÙ...ه؟ولÙ...ن يسألونا ليه صار هيك؟ شو Ù...نقلهÙ...؟ Ù...ا تواخذونا كنا Ù...لتهيين بÙ...شاكل السياسيين بين بعضهÙ... وقنعونا أنها Ù...شاكلنا وÙ...ا خلونا نتوحد؟ شو Ù...نقلهÙ...؟ نزل كÙ... شاب وصبية آدÙ...ي بس Ù...ا خلينا عصاية غير Ù...ا حطيناها بدولايبهÙ...؟ #Ù...ستÙ...رون #طلعت_ريحتكÙ...

Posted by ‎طلعت ريحتكÙ...‎ on Sunday, October 25, 2015

It will be pretty hard for their government to make a case against them now that their whole city looks like a puddle in Jersey City. Maybe some good will come out of this putrid heap of a situation.

 

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