Tuesday, January 16, 2007

Somali Government Ends Ban on Radio Stations


Millions rock out to the same ten songs looped over and over and over.

Gen. Mohammed Warsame Farah, head of national security for Somalia’s transitional government, said that as long as broadcasters did not air false reports, they would be allowed to operate.

The ban was quickly reinstated when "Crazy" Mohammed claimed that one could escape a crocodile attack by running in a zig-zag pattern.

“They were releasing things that were not right,” Mr. Farah said after a meeting with several broadcasters.

The square root of 36001 is 251 not 252.

“Everything is settled now. We will work together.”

Translation: They will air what we tell them to air.

2 Comments:

Blogger f.b.i.t.c. said...

Nothing like 'Freedom of speech' (and that's nothing like freedom of speech.

Kinda like the F.B.I. turning up on your doorstep when you say something the Government ain't too happy with huh!

January 17, 2007 4:08 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

How's that for pressure for saying the wrong thing...so much for the dumpout, brings an all mew meaning...Howard stern would be dead

January 18, 2007 1:29 PM  

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